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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

OF RURAL INTERiEST (By "Rusticus.") The declaration of the head of the Victorian Government tlhat the 1Min istry hlas developed "a water consci once," is interesting. Accompanied by a numerous retinue, including the Consuls-General for Nethelandcs and Belgium, the Consul for the United States, the Consul for China, Sir Alexander Peacockl made a tour of a section of the Wimmera district re. cently. The party comprised some ladies, who, though doubtless contribut uing to the pleasure of the trip, canll hardly be said to have been necessary to the avowed object; also some gentle men who hold exaoted positions, aind are the able raconteurs who make the best gloom dispellers, but cannot be connected in aniy practical wsay with the development of the aforesaid "water conscience." Perhaps it mlay be said without being ungeneorus that their acquaintance with water is mostly in the form as an adjunct-not a prt mary. But taking the serious side of the trip as being serious, the Pro mnier's st...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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THE SIKH'S DISC. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

THE SIKH'S DISC. The steel arrow used by Germalt mili tary aviators is .n interestinig rever sioln to mediaeval miiiethIods. Bult the mtost remrllul able of hIln|-thro'wn steel missiles is the dise of Ihe Siklhs. For mrtI this was tihe moot terrible wea pon of that warlike people, tha wrhep letkough vari ous llihli racaes h:ave ]known it for crntlries. Vishnu hiiiisll is somsethille relr?senled holding al dise iu each hond. The diset weighs eight ounces, it is a sixth of' an inch thick, and its diamneter is eight inches. The edgi is as keeIi as a "razor. It is thrown as o1ne throws tlat pebbles to maike ducks iand drlakCes. Its tra.jectory is llat, alnd its rotation during the Ilight enuses a terrible woundl. Sir Ralph P'ayne (iallwey has exerlimentelll with it. lIe lhas thrown it twro hullllredl yardl'll.s, alllnd it can sever tan ii.h-t lhick Iratielh without losing lo" alppreiinbh' velocity. Jo ohl days the Sikh soldier carried a lozen,

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

MELBOURNE LETTEIR (From our Special Correspoo:dct.) Bean's Bomb has been productive of a state of mind tlhat it may be con jectured thIle ostrich feels when he is compelled to pull his foolish head out of the sand and face upleasant facts that he sought to eliminate by the simple mieans of refusing to look at them. DOf course we kinow that we shipped a lot of wasters with the first contingent. We also know that the shipment in question did not exhaust the supply of undesirables who have been weakly allowed to get into uni form, undergo somo training, and get a free sea voyage, lots of fun of the kind they regard as such, and be brouglht -back to their old haunts none the worse. The man in the street thought that all that had to be done was to get these wasters away. Once they were in the hands of the British Sergeant MaRjor, and under the disci pline of the British army, it was fondly imagined that it would be all right. They would be straightened up and dressed down and perhaps a f...

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GERMAN UNDESIRABLES. HOW THEY SURRENDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

GERIFfAN UNDESIRABLES. HOW THEY SURRENDERED. Among recent prisoners made by the French troops is Captain von Radowitz. son of the aforetime German Amnbas sadlor at Madrid. There was nothing \very heroic - rather the opposite ablout the circumstances of his surren der. His squadron having during a reconnatissante approached rather too closely for comfort to the French lines was severely cut up, and Captain yon lRadowitz, with his surviving soldiers, took reftuge in a wood, where they hid for forty-eight hours without food or drink. A brigadier of the French Cuir assiers with a couple of men was fol lowing the fringe of this wood when to his surplise appeared a captain, two lieutenants, and ten men, holding up their hands in sign of surrender. Both otlbers and menc were mounted. The brigadier, who like most French sol ,iers. had reason to fear the Boches, even when holding up their hands, call ed out to them to fling down their wea pons. This they did with eager expe dition. But even ...

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COURT MANNERS IN THE COW BARN. A LITTLE SARCASM FROM THE "CHICAGO HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

COURT MANNERS IN THE COW BARN. A LITTLE SARCASM F'ROM ITHE "CHICAGO HERALD." Speak kindly to the gentle cow, and never, never tense her; Take off your hat, politely bow, do all you can to please her. Be sure your hands have been washed clean; be sure your nails are cur ried; More milk is drawn fromn cow serene, than from the cow that's worried. -Motlher Gosse's -Modern Maxims for Milkers. "Kickingll thile cow has not been good form for some time in even moderately advanced dairy circles," says thle "Chi cago Herald," though the ban upon it probably originated more in practical thaln in humaune considerations. Pain ful experience warranted the conclu- sion that tile cow thus approachled wans far more likely to kick the milker through the side of the barn. "DOf late years, the cow barn code of cmanners and morals has developed rapidly from the negative to the posi tive style--from 'thou shalt nots' to 'thou shaltls.' It has been discovered that tile cow, long the poet's live stock emb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A1 J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MET. -Orders Promtly Attended To.. CHARGES MODERATE. *FURNITURE RIMOVED At Shortcst Nohice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILTYDALE. PRICES SUBMITTED -FOR ALL FINDS OF. }ORK. JOBBING WORK A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TEAL ROOIS ,WISIIES lo convey his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fie Asserotment -of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. KOVELT1ES. NOVELTIES.; CONFECTIONERY. CON?'ECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. vwell worthy of insaection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT •are Good this week and CHEAP. . Yishinig all Patrons the Compli aents • of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK 5VisLb- - Latimate to the Resi dents of LILTDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing :cn Business in MAIN ST., and ex-Z-r'., by courte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

E. A. ATHERTON Central Cash Store YARRA. -GLEN, A G?REETING To Our Customers and Friends. Wear here to stay. We are here to mrk- a success. We like the country and the people. We like Our Busi ness, and strive to increase it by all honoureble means. THE BEST GOODS and THE LOWh PRICES Sare what count. One Order Will Convince You. First-class Vaiut In DRAPERY CLOTHIEG . BOOTS & SHOES. IRONMONGERY CROCKERY GROOERIES Orders Dehlivered all over the District, Don't forgot the Addrees: E. A. ATHERTON Y'IARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The National Onttle Food of all kinds. ' . London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. IIHELP YOUR NE\VSPAPER. T":h' : i greatcest aid -you can give your newspaper is your JOB IRliiT ING. If you do not feel-ablo to run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps him to pay...

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Lilydale and Warburton Railway Construction Trust. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

Lilydale and Warburton Railway Construction Trust, 0.DINA IY MEET IN(. The ordiinary meeting of the hbovb I,rs!t. w'. held n't Mrs Hlin I;cr's residence. North \Wandin. on \Wednesday, 20th inst. Presenti The chlnirman (Coin. Wallace). and Conis Erwarlt. I'urgi, nud a touget. CO1,?IESPONDENONC11. A letteir was received f.ronl the Minister of hailways, in repIly to u. commiuniicantion orwardedt by tho 1'inust taskinig' hini to iidke it pos sible in t;he Ameniding Act to Clevy radtes oii ill occupiers in the saiiie way as is provided for in the Local ivcerninleit Act, stating that thle lIailway Lands Acquisition Amend ing Act. was .passed on 21st ,Sep tnclber, and enclosing a, copy there of 'for thie informiitioi of the T'rust. ---llResolved, onil the motion of Coom Ewart. and the ehairmauni that thi ucstioin as to whether or not Messrs Unlling. SiSmith anid Co. were liable iider thie Aincidiiig .Act for the layni.cllt of tihe Trust rate be sulb iiuttedl to thie Trust's solicituor aud ...

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RINGWOOD AND CROYDON ELECTRIC SCHEME. A TEMPORARY BREAKDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

RINGWOOD AND CROYDON ELECTRIC SCHEME. A '.TEMPORAlAY BRIIEARKDOWN, At Moiidry's meeting ot die Lily. ,thdle Shir .Council, thre following Sreport' was recivcdt from lMessi's Liia colc. 31'l)ouga.ll iand entine:ai - \\e have to report Italt, "owin?g Ia hrealkdown ii i he hrinii,.t'ood system; current was cut off in Box Ijill. [lackburn...and lltchain. on the afterinoi ttf T''cuesday, IlthI inst. 'he '[ingiwood supply was discun e1('ted, and11 tIhe suptly contiinued on our own liirs until ridav. when we instructed 3lr lrigiht to switch oil again, on receipt of word front Lil\'dae's oumsniting engineer t~ha~t thte fiult i iihad been remo\edi. T'his a.s done, bu t ;intolher fault oc cuored. blowing fuses and damag ing und of our transformers. \ie have theretore instructed i i "Mr Wright; to dtiscontiinuei . supply to ting woodi tllltil thleir t('l puient is ii rder. 'Ihe rlirst , tlault blcw the lsec oni the ibourlldatr. opened tihe oil switcheis at l;ux ?ill tIICI ..rLrneIC larde i .ll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

F~or Bvoucldal C~oulghs, take0 ~~'oodla' (Jrcat 1eap1)orfluLi Curaa 1/* L;a La Saddlery & ilarness Depol VWARBIURTON. NOTICE. I beg to intimate to the residents of Warburton and district that I have taken c ver the above business from Mr WV. N. Thom, hand trust that by strict attention to the require meonts of customers. Good Workman ship and Reasonable Charges, to merit a fair share of patronage. A. G. Cookson, SADDLE AND ITARNESS MAKiER. .? N SYRM '' THE BEST IN THE WORLD 1 -'o 51b0 Carbon Pdrcel INSDST ON LABELLED PAG A ES 1 5 1 Your wife2! won't know your old.. , clothes if I do them up! Or c'ourse, yoo can order uew rig outs from 'un Tail or Instead: ut rill It tlte saue, I ca-l, at a toeth of the ost, ooat.e your old tlothcs"-jut as good as Iew. No matter how soiled they are twhen thcrv'v gole through mly new ruotrs i k tl hm go h-td. to not p-esseted, , l cu i o1 Ths . pic. and spn s. tth e day or bought thew. Sto is Ooeoots, Ove cots, IIata--I cleon oll thcsc--oo it ...

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GROW BEEF, DON'T MAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

GROW BEEF, DON'T MAKE IT. Good herdsmen agree that a calf should never be allowed to lose any of its first flesh, and that loam due to a halt or retrograde step is difficult to regain. Many stock raisers,; however, think the calf not worth bothering about, and postpone the specihl care and attention it should receive while young to a later date, but a time when it will not be transformed into as maiy pounds of flesh as during the first six months of the calf's life. However, a good root acreage, a high silo well filled, lots of clover hay and chop, and a liking for stock will combine to grow beef that will be very acceptable to the hungry multitudes. Autumn calves are niot as comnlmon as they should be where tihe herd is maintained for dual purposes, but any that come along at this season of the year should re ceive particular care, for they will be worth a fair price for beef in the next few years. Any normal calf coisulnes a large quantity of milk when obtained natur ally from the...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

OBITUARY. O(ui Wooi'i Yaillock corrcspondenlt writes : '3y the death of Mr J. Ferguson on the 19thl inst., this district.has lOst; one of \ts oldest and mosut highly esteemed residents. 'Thle de cc:scdl, who suddenly passed aila~y sIm this life after a very short illniess, came to the locality some 15 ysc:llsago, and was well Iknown and respected in all the surround ingl dlistricts. '1To the las. hle was always t> t he fore \dhen any gath ering was held, :n11d took a keen inlitiecsl in alythinlg tlhat would bol t rr .hle distlrict. ''he ]:lrge cort.wgo which ',llowed the renaiis to thiir last resting place at Lilydnle shlow cdI tlie high i eselci ii which he was held by all who knew him. hhlcl sylpathyl is felt for the be eaived widne and family of the lconstd.

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A SPARTAN MONARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

A SPARTAN MONARCH. Thlie speil c orr'splondlent of "The iStandard," att Geevai, says: The f ing of tihe Helgials, who was climbing in the Swiss Alps until the middle of .luly while the Queen wars nlleIl'?Oing her :tlll " rei undeI r I)r. W\idiner at Territet, has sent a ust-enrd tronm Antwerp, to his Sw?-s uide at Zermatt, stating that ti! is in tile best of helth tlld ill splenpid conl dition. Kingf Albert, before oitiially lisit ing the Horne Exhibition, made s05'ial :iscents of 10.0001 to 12,000 feeitabove Zermaltt ialhey and the Va1s1C ii Alps, with ithis Swiss guide, spending the nights like ain ordinary climber in the Alin,, huts, atid o0 one Ol''.siOln sleep ing in the 0o11, :niir intler a lllanket iesil' his guile. This mnotntaii train il. lo hi bIei Oif the greatest ust' to the NiJ'g during the waiK It is stated that lie can live onl 11 'fe biscuits aled a glass of wine a day. If you haven't got what you w111t. try to make ytturself thinki that I u wtntt \\hat yoit've gldt....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

r" olPotoids' For ConStipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, b Headache, IndigeStion. A Delightful Family Medicine C. H. YARDLEY., Successor to P. C. HILL & CO. GEIJ ERAb STOREKEEJER WEST WARBURTON FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery Boots and Shoes. GIVE MVIE A CALL I All my Goods are of the Best Quality, and my PRICES are MODERATE. Agent for Melbourne Daily and Weekly Papers. Also Upper Yarra Advocate. Oumln a8mith and Oo.'s Manures. North British anrd Mercantile Insurance O Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO S EOLESALB 'AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, SMAhIN STREET, LILYDALE. -:-ri?nmesE Beef, Mlutt;on, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. D?AVE HILL BACON and CHIEESE always on hand. .Customers waited upon daily and orders promptly attended.to. Accommodation Houses Specially Catered Tor. an..Up-t`o-date .COOLING CHAMIBER is attached to the premises to cope with the hot weather. ..-. I' ...

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FATAL AMBITION—NOBLE AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

rATAL A. IIIlTION- -?DL. *A+.\111 |TIO)N. S 13Y PArSTrOii USSELI, I'e.\t: "Who. he'oe in the foi'nitof (,id, lid not midliate iia iltlplltioi o Itc Ie l Iln qualit y with God. ItL, L [eltlll rari'r'el Uhntl' ltgstelt of no replatioi, and tooli .poi liln the l'o)rl of a selvnlllt " \Vloevetr hllas no almbition iha.s n.,it po rerly begun to live Aibtionui h a oreciation of tie vahi e of i Ifc--a i ii.i ' le tertitation of wi ill iIn lavoi r of the -oal it 'dild upon. Parris t. l an e tlgaiher iihou il im to lift nob ,le i lals h irefor t i :t1' .i'iont of tie yo iilg, i llli to a;l'st t.r . i elermininog whioch goal thei y lni t buid Ile' energll esl ' to 'eacilh. To i l(u h p)ll,: Itid teacheri s Ilanlly of thoi'e oiitit-ftl i f0 refer il termn s of nitleatrn ntt. dO'Ias iup ho l' iih ii ey owci i to th,-e h'io this TsSiSted t trtmt to an nobta' nltbiion ii As we learn Ii obti-rive other pctile wie orrerce1 I fit lial ill'e wh lly Wilithi.t a.in, biltolAn; or tiat the Iti a hiti,.rs ...

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MANICURED TOMMY. UP-TO-DATE MILITARY HOSPITAL METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

MANICURED TOMMY. I'P-TO-DATE MIL1TARY HOSPITAL METHODS. "Did you get hugt in the -hands too?" a man asked an English soldier just out of the war hospital. "No," he said, and then breathing on the back of his fingers rubbed his nails upon the knhki sleeve of his other arm. "What's the matter with them,. then " his questioner wont on; "they look funny to nme, somehow." The wounded man spread out his two hands palmn down, with the fingers spread wide apart. His finger-nails glowed like pink opals. "There's nothing the matter with them," he saidl, "only they've been manicured. The nurse does it. 'Shock ing fingers,' she says, 'for a young man to go about with.' So she fetches a bowl of soapy water and a box of tools and this is what she done to them-not half bad, I don't think. It's some pol ishing paste she put on that makes them so shiny. You can take it from me, it's the most wonderwul up-to-date hospital in the world. They don't half ,make a good job of you. It's worth getting a plu...

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THE KAISER AND THE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

THE KAISER AND THE NAVY. The Kaiser 's allusions to Trafalgar mnake strange reading to-day. On Octo ber 30th, 25 years ago, he inspected as; a British Admiral the British ships at the l'iracus, and, in responding to the toast of his health oil board the flag ship, said, "Nelson's famous signal is no longer necessary. You all do your uluty, an, we, as a young naval station, go to England to learn something from the British Navy-." On .January 22nd, 1893, at a lunciLeon in honour of the Buke of Edinburgh in Berlin, the Kai sere, having referred to Nelson and other British naval heroes, as "the guiding stars of German nava.l officers and crews," added "And should it ever happen that the British and cGer a:an navies have to fight side by side against a colllnion foe, then the falolss signal, 'England exspects that every ian wiill do his duty,' which Englandl man will do his duty," which Eng land's greatest naval hero gave out before the Battle of Tra:falgar, will find an echo in the pat...

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HOSTAGE CITIES. M. MAETERLINCK'S SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

HOSTAGE CITIES. M. MAETERLINCK'S SUGGESTLON. Ia the 'Paris "Figaro'" Maurico hMae terlinck, the distinguished Belgian writer, n'atkcs the interesting sugges tionl that, in view of the Geriman armny's vandalism, the principle of hostages should be extended from individuals to cities. Here are his words: "To my certain personal knowledge thei, Grand Place, the IIotel de Villo, andl the cathedral of Brussels are min ed, and only a spark would be required to reduce these marvels-the work of centuries of potiuent labor and love to nameless ruins. We have sacrificed all without a murmur, but this would surpass everything. What is to be done, How can we stay their hand? They seem no longer to be amenable to reasolln, or to any of the sentilueunt s which men hold in honor. They only seem sensible to blows. We shall soon haoe the power, and they muist realise it, to strike them hard.'' "'Why should not the Allies, from this day forward, while there is yet time, nominate certain hostage citie...

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THE TABLES TURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

THE TABLES TURNED. A dlay or two ago (writes a Paris correspondent), a section of a French infantry regiment which had been sent out to reconnoitre lost its way in the thick fog, and came pilumtp upon a com pany of thle enemy, which took it pris oner. The German company, finding its movemients hlampered by the ever thickening fog, formed a hollow square, in the centre of whieh it placed the disarmed Frenchmen. The Germans then stacked rifles anti waited for the fog to lift. They beguiled the tediumn of the waiting by insulting their pris oners. This was too much for the chart ered wag of the French regiment, who wras a Parisian of Molltemarte, and as sharp as they) are made. He !saw his opl*ortunmity. "Get their rifies,' boys," rhe shouted. And with a concerted rush the prisoners broke tile sqnuare and seiz ed the stacked rifles. The Gernman cap tnin and a dozen of his men who tried to rc~ist fell before their own bayonets anl the whole company surrendered to its prrioners of five m...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

FiXVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Uultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for srmething new, which, however simple it may bo, will save labor, or expense, or do thlings better. Let it he more convenient. or promote pleasure--reduco asito. People who bandle things in every. day use are the natural inventors of betoter things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn !he procedure as to pa tenting in the chief counntries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention ;put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. T'rownend, an editor, says of the "Inventors' Guide," "I am -re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I ,ave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him wheore hlie can obtain the "in ventors' Guide." 3. For yourself obtain this book, which te...

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