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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A, J, POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CHARGES MODERATE FURNITURE]' REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES' SU3BMITTEI) FOR ALL KINDS OF. WORK. JOBBING .WORK A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY. ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GIE'EN TEA PQOOMS WVISIIES to convt y his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, wlich has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. - NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. ,OVELT1ES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of ins·ection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. LWishing 'all Patrons the Compli nrents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK NWish?x h atimate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing on Business in MAIN ST., and ezxr;::, by courtesy a...
WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
WARBURTON. (From Our Own C. r.espon:!let.) The Ileat Wave.-Local ru'deu r1' had II; i It Il iin iuiuiotI ext[?rience on Meonidatt. \ihen the intense heat hi lilc lt- fruit on the trees. The to? ati anid marrow plantts sufferer severel . The .splendid rlilli o1 'luesdai , however. tuo.de" amends fol all d:at ao,. Anilin g l.-The Fly Fisher.' So cici:1 will. no doubt. rejoice to find thati its etiort.s to stp lioachling are Iiaring fruit. "Every ye:arling ftiOul Co ou0r society niilteiimeee,.' relia'rked the president oil thll: oc eI-sion oit a week-end stan at the Alpin Retrlleat. "and we expect the m to be treated iii sl)orslnman like fashion.": Anglers will do well to note tt.lirt ta mleasurement test has Ien substituted for the wveigiht test. Strange. that the pless notice of thIi appointment of additional insCl:.?tofs was aoct mlore widely-.io- ga.rdel _ . Fire l'rigade.-'l he newx station will hI;i. opnced on the morinmi of iht i etruart. by the Chief Ollicer. lun eetor Mtarshat...
CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WANDIN v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WANDIN v. LILYDALE. The above match was concluded .on Saturday last, Wandin winning hv 105 runs on the first innings. Several of the Lilydale players were absent: Scores: Lilydale. A. Deschamp. b A. Overton ... 8 Fenton, c, b A. Overton ... 11 Morton, lbw. b A. Overton ... 2 Bell, c, b T. Russell.... ... 16 Moden, b G. Russell ... ... . 6 S. Goode. b. b T. Russell ... 28 G. Milne, c, b T. Russell ... 15 Hutton, c, b T. Russell ... 1 F1 Deschamp, c, b T. Russell 9 Eales, not out ... .. ... 20 Jern.ms. b W. Russell... ... 1 Sundries.. :... ... :... 1 Total *... .... *... 121 Baowling.-G. Russell, I for 26; A. Overton, 3 for 35; T. Russell, 5 for 29.; W. Russell, 1 for 1. Second Innings. Six wickets for 137 runs. Prin cipal scorers-M-orton 48, Goode 26. Hutton 22, A. Deschlamp 16. F. Des champ 12. Wandin. T. Russell, lbw, b Bell... ..; 28 E. Overton, b Noden ... 95 G. Russell, c, b HIutton... 5 A. Overton, not out . ... 5 \V. Russell. H-lutton...
YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
YARRA JUNCTION.1 --------- - (From Our'Own Correspondent.) On Tuesday, l2th inst., His Ex cellency the State Governor, Sir Ar thur Stanley, an.d party pa~id a fly ing visit to Yarra. Junction as they passed through en route foi W-oods' Point. Word went. round in the morning that the Governor was ex pected about 3 o'clock, antd long before the aippointed hour arrived the place looked ga.y with bunting -Union Jacks, .Australian flags, and the flags of the Allies all combined. with the aid of the breeze. to wave their welcome to the visitors. At 3 .p.m. tle shops were closed, all business being suspended for an hour or so. and by the time the Gover hnor's party i arrived a la:ge num her had assembled at the Shire I-all, where an informal ibut. hearty re ception was accorded the visitors. As His Excellency's motor drove up the school children, waving flags, sang the National Anthem; then ?ll joined in three hearty cheers. Cr Mackley, vice-president of the shire, welcomed the GoveCi'or, ...
WATER SCARE AT LILYDALE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
WATER S?I'AiEi AT L1LYI)ALE. (To the Editor.) Sir.-I am wondering for what reason tile w:later scare has bpen raised. It will go out to Victoria generally that our lovely watered tos\it has rni out of wa ter., I was told bh one of the \Water Trust Conmiissionrs lthat there were only three iihclies of waler going into thie pipe at thlie pipe head. IDeing rather sceptical about it, aftar look. inlg atl the amnount of water run ning iln tile creeks through the town slhipl, I walked out to the head of 't;lhoe race. startinlg at Yollrk rolad, So-day, and I eannot make out why there should be all tho "wrorry" over s.omse supposed irrigator. The pipe at thle hlicd was runninlg brimfull: in fact, tile ater ill the ninall basin covered the pipe so that it. could lnot be seen: Thie earthllware ,pwipe ait. York roald was running three. lquartors full. It seems to uie that thie scare may .hIave been raised to sidetrack thle eletrie lighlt sheiei . by creating thile impression thaiit ,here is ni...
UPPER YARRA ROADS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
UPPERI,.L YtA.RB?A 1RLJA.kL. (To the Editor.) 8ir.-For some time Iabst the roads in this district have been in a very badl state forl all traflic. Now the Rioads Board is, I am glid to( sir. improving Ithem, but unfort mately tlhe local touicil. iwho have the Ictling of the different. contracr for sections of the main ron.d from Melbourne. seem to I)e content to let, the contractor Ltake his tinme, and the wvcrk is being carried out is a ver Sl OU mannlTler- • dozen men vworking where 50 to 100 mightL he employeld. The ex cuse given is that stone callnnot be got. There is no sliortage or stone in this distlrict. and oti necessity for road material to Ibe brought her,i. eiieii Ihy ,pening' quarries which' are close alollgsidi t.ll road suita.ile stone, etc.. iin Ie obtain ed. 'Thle tourisL seon on is f:st j'pas sing, and we ari not having the visitors we should Ihave. IThse in motors complain bitterly about the state of tle roads. Wte kInow thev are bad, but why ntl. \hln letting a'1...
ORCHARD AND GARDEN NOTES. THE ORCHARD. Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
ORCHARD AND. GARDEN NOTES. (By EE.. l'Pcott, F.L.S., in "'Jour .na.l of Agriculture.") 'I HE ORICIHAlID. ('unit ivatiou. T'he accessity for constant. silr face cultivation is appa-rentl every sn11ntnr. bllt imore so in dry scas nls. Not only in non-irrigable districts is this a, necessity, but. also i;l :hose districts wh?lre the trees c'un Swatvi.ered: anud morm'e st in the. :,Lter CasOc. II irrigated oricianits ,he teendenev of the soil. s ai re, suit of n.rtilicial wateriings, is to seti and harden. Consequentily, stir riing the surfalce must Ibe resorted r. i orderiIC to keepi up n, good mechanical tondition of the soil, 11(1 also to preventi loss of irrig:i. Lioin walter by cvaporation. in non-irrigwaed orehards, t.he cil lisltioln work is .ccessalrv to coli sciservo wholt water Jlas entered the subsoil is ai result of the winter and n spriiing rains. Soil crnusts should iot, ie alloecd to form. Summer i5wolerss are siot alone the cause of Ihese formations; dryv weather c',indi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
Wiu'Iu1'1\t;I CdO~l. -"I little boyv had tvwoi no~n c ou'h ycrv` Iadl It,:says M ro :1. 1 b dci uii.t '['he I'col Ic's hdo01". 4Li ]ol 10o idl, \1 o ilgtoal, aZ. "I Itriial sI'V(III n1gb inn luin iiy ;;oath thhi I tried Ile "ot 1.lllt, rc liii'. Since 1110cn lIa ; o alwas kept a 1101110 i1f Ilii Ni onlderfl ltd Iicdi' 111 Iv hoe.bt ', te ii II l ii 8. II}.ry BiiI`d CI. I la\\ I I) lillI. Ive:; `colile. : Uunl (:i~ricat~i L'oppiuiu~ Cu.rko STARC THE BEST IN THE WORLD 1Ib Car un 5lb --L Porcel INSIST ON. LABELLED PACKAGES Dancing and Physical Culture Classes. CROYDON 31ECUIIANICS' INSTI TUTE. Children, from 4 to 6 p.m. Six pence per lesson Adults-Dancing Class 7.45 to 0.45 p.m. 12s Gd per term of 12 lessons. Terms: In advance. 1MISS LAWR'ENCE and MISS LIRK will open classes as above • The English, Scottish and' Australian Bank LIMITED. A BRANCH of this BANK is now OPEN DAILY at RINGWOOD with an AGENCY at CROY DON, Open TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, 10 till 12. When EVERY KIND of BANK ING BUSI...
FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
FLOWE\\ R GAIRDEN. T'he lawns. flower bed:, and shrub bories will ined frequ.ent iwa.terings. -uch ploAi s as c.ilna, delphiniums, pcrellnial phloxes, and pentstemons will require . good water supply. 'hesec and similar plants will benll fit by n, good mulching. Much hand work will be of great Ionelit (in the flower gardea and borders at this season of the year. Regular hoeiings do mu' hL to imnprove the texture of the soil and to con. serve the soil mioisture. In shal low iand Ilundrained soils cons:tnllt wat.crings w\ill be necessar if the planidts are to be kept nli'e: at the same time. here is always the dCan fcr of excessive wateriing in un ra inied soils. llllcliing will lie ai- itipor'ltnt rck this inantlmh. ThIis work will g'rcatly J:ssis t11h rttet lntion of soi-I moist irc: iat the same lime. it will greatlhy redice the tetillerattre of althna'clh b1, inenrp ra' Il wi'h t':e roil in lihe form if hnuil s is useful for utl"hiu!-i n l;'i pos 1 i, l.iiul- l at d chrtslntit mui...
VEGETABLE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
!';i ii~ 1: )1 ,: Ii i' sIi ot) I t ( I t; II`!::: \e sc ·rill i r: ittl c th 1'111114I~ ihri, at iW tit J itI telid ho hllrhu( ill., Soil liar 11'111 l 1111 11 :1'611 1:01 ill ri I TiLh lisi wil t k11) soil is t_4 Tln 2 ;I ti It'n. W t1t0 1 ii rut I ii ii ioid e tt"I e I lt liiops 'diie )ii t)I iti I tlI b. iiiii't i tiiitl : id over. If iny pest, sucl nas aphis or caterpillars, has been prevalent. it would be advisable to burn all crop refuse, to destroy any insects that mny remain. Seedlings of such crops as caih age,, celery, lettuce. cauliflower, etc. a;y he transplanled; n d seeds of peas. French beans. turnip, cauli. Ilbo er, cle., ma. b plaiintd. Kelep the I tomaueCs well watered iair fed, pinching out surplus and s lrong-growing laterals. In early Districts the onion crop will be ripening. In late districts, rr with la' c cropls, the ripening may be lhas iened by breaking doUwn the top. All aulumn (1rop of potatoes may be planted.
AUSTRALIAN-GROWN SEEDS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
A:USTR'ALIAN-GROWN SEEDS. (To the Editor.) Bii'--At? a time like this, pro sably few Au~tsdlia.ns rcalise, or even 'tinhk, when they are enjoy ing c luscious cabbage or ., sweet, teiler carrot, that thsy are usn debted to Gearmaany for these plcas sues. And when the enjoymlents of S glorious and many lhued gasr den 'constitute aL feaest to the eye ad :to the aesthetic sense, it will bIe hard for the oblserver to realise thlt hIe owes tihe burst qf beauty 'tio Germany or to France. And yet these are facts. The great bulk of seeds used in Australia are pro diuced in CGerinany or France. What anre fariners and others going ¶to do for seeds now the war lhas dis tocated trade? This is the time for the harvesting of seeds oni the Continent. Thousands of tons must be left uinharvested, for the males twoe nearly all a t the wasr or at tciding 'to war business. Tl'hcre must be a, dearth of seeds and cor aqsponding high prices next sea. ion. Ernst Ie:nary is an enter prising seed grower acnd ...
WATER SCARE AT LILYDALE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
W\ATER SCBARIE AT L1LYDALE. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Your correspondent, Mlr 11. \\. Clements, need nlot, hive woll dtred about the above matter lhad ho come to the men who knoiew Tllo facts wcre as follow s:-The riservoir stauted to fidll on Thurs cday, 11th Janu'ry. TIhe carctaker, Mr Wilkins, thinking he could man age, did not report until Saturday. 1 dirova out at once with thle en ginccr (Mlr I. Sinclair), and found the reservoir dowl 3ft. (;in., and a poor supply coming in. BlI; Sun day evemning a, further fal of a foot wa5s registered. TIhree men were started (n Monday to assist in stopping every leak tha.t could 1Jo traced, mand tuc inspector Mla sent up beyond our off-take to lind out why our pipe wao bha.rely cov rod iat the offl-take, instead of a ift. head to the top of the weir. T'hle caiuse w sc soon discovered, and irrigal.ion was inunmediately stopped, with thlie result that our weir again rose to the top and slightly over flowed. Onl Monday, 2ilth inst., w, had only 3f...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
OUR LETTER BOX -oo Without nccessa?ily indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may bo intelligent ly and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on c'ndition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication,' biht as a guarantee of good faith.
Lilydale Progress Association ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
Lilydale Progress Association AtNNUAL MIEETINC?. The following vp-re pre senlt at tho anual meeting of the above Pn Monday evening iast:--l31essrs I. Fuller (president, in the chair), Jaugon, Hill (2), Cook, Mloioney, ?uncan, Foster. D3cnyan, Palliser, had Plttit (hlon. secretary). A communication was received from the secretary of the Newport Signal Shops picnic, to be held on 13thl February, asking for informa 'tion oil v-arious matters, and the secretary was directed to reply and give tYle picnic a hearty welcome. and assurances of assistance. Mr H. Stevens, of tihe Olinda, Hotel, has promised to donate the wood, and Ipiiingements are being made for the supply of milk, etc. On ;the suggestion of the presi dlent ad l.Mr Fdster, it ,was do cided ito write to the council and nisk that notices be erected at the corners of vmaious streets warning persons nagainst damaging trees and seats. It was also agreed thatl tlhe digrging up of portions of the pic. nic rreserv e be referred to, a...
RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
RINGWOOD. Two Sulnday schools have com mncced the new yea-r Avithl tIleit totnual picnics, uand for both the seuside was chosen. On lThursday week the Church of England chil drea visited ]3righton l?cach, anud although the day was not an ideal one for the beach, tihe picnickers got als much. enjoyment as l1ossi Ace. On the following Saturday thel Mlethodists held their picnic, their dcstination being the other side of the bany, n.t Willimistown. They a'lso enjoyedl themselves to the full. returning to their homes tired but lhappy withl memories of a xjlell .pent ddy. At the end of last week' the dis irict, was visited with a cool change mnd a healvy faull of hail. Somo damage waiLs done to the fruit. Tie cool change was followed by aL spell of het, the temperature bering well over tlh?e hundred. The building of the new Angli can Chunch is proceeding satisfac torily. The framework is up, malld time Ibuilding promises to be an or nanmelnt to the town.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
Miss Ousey, of the lrwell 8chldol of Music, Lilydale. itdvertises-~i nio :tice in this issue '~d6icerning .?le London 'ri itN i ?'College examina tions. ! ~:special .featuce of the Conly Company Concert ~t1; Lilydale on Wednesday .next will be Mr Walter Barker, who .will play liup accom Ianimlents to several of Madame Conly's items. Thie death took pla.ce a.t Iilydale on Wednesday lasts of Mir Richard Black, an old and respected rcsi dent, at, the age of 81 yesrs. 'lThe late B:e Black leaves a. grownll-up faimily of five sons and live dai.ugh tcrs. witllh :whom sympat.ly is felt isI |heir hierea.velent. In this issue, Messrs Burlon Bros., undertakers, annmounce tlmhat they iu tend to station a. hearse at West Warburton to supply the needs of the district more efficiently and cc ncm'cally. Their ror-'asentatives arc Mcssrs EI. A. Story, Warbiuton, and C. HI. Yardley, West W~arburtbon. We regret to chronicle the death, at Yarra Glenl on Wednesday last, of Mars Bell, relict of the late...
"OUR SOLDIERS." FAREWELL GATHERING AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
"OUR SOLDIERS." JAtIIEWELL ;UAT'IIEIING AT YAR IIA GLEN. (1'rmIa Our Own ICorrespondent.) '[there was ia large and represln talive gatlhering in the Victoria iala" oilt I'ridiey evening last. 23rd inst.. to say good-bye to Mr Charlie Touge, whlo leaves foIr [tle theatre of w.r with lthe nixt contiiingent. Musical itein. i, iintersl;ersecd \ith dicing, lforned piart of l-he evenilg's pIro granune. The items 'ere as fo lox\e l:--cOvert ure. 3liss 1. lHerbert; IRccitation. "Thel Crewx of th e A.E. 1," 31axtei 1'. Bull; Step Daucingl (in clharacler costume), Miss ieneie 'lemini g: ong. ''[The Death of N el soit.': lMiss Ililiughes (encored); a re citation. "Thle Telegram.': I b 31liss 'lltld larve wxas very i\;ell re tocied: a I'atirotic Song (composed hy himselll') was sung by Mir Harmry Cirai. ianid encored; Violinii Solo, "O\isic.'t 31r narold Iiriit: Soni" "Ti?ipear." i liss [. Ellis: Rcita Ion, "Tlhe load to Liege .': liss D. Suiedlx- Sonw' "A L-ittle .Ine Called 'Ills" : .liss llu...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
* IEATIr. BELL.-Oin the 27th Janluary, 1915, Ct her lute residlence, GCulf St.a Ition, Yar'r Glen, Mlary Ann, rŽ lict of the late William Bell, Esq., pged i80 years. A colonist of 73 yetars. FUNERAL NOTICE. ELL.---'Thl e fr'iends of the late MRS. IMARY ANN RELL anre respeclt fully invited to follow her remains to the Yarra Glen Cemetery. The funerlm will leave her lat.o residence TO-MIORROW (Friday) n.t 3 o'clock. RI;URTON BRlOS., UndertakLers, Lilydale. BEREAVEMENT' NOTICE. MRS ],'ERIGUSON and Family de sir'e to l;tlha.nk their umany friends for expressions of symp:atlhy, let ters, telcegrams, cards, and lorol tribuntes ireceived during their ic crnt sad berea·velent. Woori Yallock. ,Iit)tAY, JANUARY 29, 1915i;
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
SFOR WOMEN (By "Ambroslne.") Blouse wear was never quite so beau tiful. Even the simplest styles are a bit of a revelation. One such developed in batiste or silk has a shield-like yoke with arched front divided by plain graduated collar. The arch is studded with buttons, and the shield lies fliat. The iest of the blouse is gathered to this, falling loosely, and the long sleeve lhas a cuff with a half turn, and three buttons. Another plain blouse is of crepe or lawn. It has a front just that of man's dress shirt with "V" neck and rolling collar. The rest of the blouse is baggy, under sleeve line from waist, and the front is outlined with a seam, and stitched to conform at closing, six buttons. A short shirt cuff, has two buttons. Blouses, front view, simulate the lines of thle letter "X'" or '"V" or '"A" (bar omitted) with the. sides bending out. This last is the most fashionable fancy, being express ed with bands both narrow adil broad, anti sometimes so very broad as to compass the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915
Publio Notices. TUESDAY, FEB. 9. YARRA. GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMIPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Meolbourne) will hold their *usual Bi-monthlvy Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRINGERS, R.AT AND STORE COWS, and lines of DAIRY IIEIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries BnowL being received for this Saleo by DAM1PB.ELL & SONS, BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. MI'GLELLAND ' CO STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTd, OPPOSITE STATION, RINGWOOD Mr Ahlick I'Clellan, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY MIONDAY. ...Of... CATTLE, IIORSES, PIGS, . POULTRY, .URNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for Eur niture. ENTEIES INVITLD. Camberwell .Grammar School DAY AND OAIRDINiG SCHOOL, BURKE ROAD5 CAMI-BER\-WELL (Within a few minutes' walk of Camberwell Railway Station). NEW -CLASS ROOM1S PROVID)E BEST ACCO31MODATION for 250 SCHOLARS. BOYS PR...