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Mooroolbark Poisoning Sensation. ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. PUT STRYCHNINE IN SUGAR AS A "JOKE." PARNELL COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. INTERESTING EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

Mooroolbark Poisoning Sensation. ACCUSED BnFORIE ' lIE COURT. ]'UT' ST'l't(YC.ININE IN SUtAIl AS A "JOKE.' PALINELL COMMIT'TED FOR TRIAL. I NTE? s'riNCI EVID)ENCE. At the ILilydale 'Police Court on Friday lust, before Messrs J. 'Wal lace, Y'. hi. Lit hgnw. and T. E. Harrison. J.'sV., WVilliam George Jar' nell was charged witli hiaviji_, ad ministered poison with altteult to lmurder Ernest E. [Hladlield at 31o0.o roolba'ik oni 3rd Ja nuary lust. In sp:ct'r Costellbe prosecuted, a.nd Mr r'. Ealcs appeared lfor accused. ErLnecst E. IIdlicld, orchlardist, re siding a't Alooroolburk. deposed tlhat hle c:mie to Mooroolb rk oil 27thl De co.nb'r, and had'a large trulnk (pro' duced) in his posssession. Left the box tI; the irailw.y' station, a.ind it nwas broughIt to his place on Xiiiis Eve by .11 Jos. Crossmaln, and fla. ced 'in tihe lfront bedrioomI of ithe house. On 3rld Ja,nuary hle had visit.s from t.he cityl, aild some of them iii d iil ea, aioiitl six o'clock. lDurilg tom hie got a su...

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

CROYDON. l(From Our Ow;n onrrespoandeit,) J'ienics havo beeLC the order of tlhe day recently. Tlhe usual gun nual excursion in connection with the Anglican Sunday schools along tile liue took place last; .Thlursday, and ;wa.s well attended. flh1o ren dezvous 0 was Brighton Beach, and - a ppccial train was chartered. Un fortunately, tllhat was the day of .thundcrstorms, and this 0to some extent interfered - with Wlho enjoy. mcnt lof thile piciickers. The local iNethodist; schoolstruck more faivora.ble weather on Satur day, and im tlhe park belonging to Mr Fred. Morris, who had piovided swings in variety and had laid out a cricket pitch, there was quite ti ha~ppy gathering from 9.30 a.m. till 8 p.m. The usual races .wero very keenly contested. a'le P'rogress Leagnue had quilt a ;sheaf of complaints at their last meeting, not concerning the lack of witeCr, butL of the troublo the storm w1aters are causing to the footpaths and drains in particular, Tiibeso have been sent on to thei colu...

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

WARBURTON. (rrom Our Owvn .CO.urrespondent,). Band Rotunda Opening.-So that the .whole building, Band teland top floor haud rel house in basemcnt, may 'come into use at the earliest momcnt, it has been decided not to delay the formal opening, which will tako place on ?aturday (to morrow) evening, .whenr members of the Lilydlalo band will visit Wa~r burton and play in the rotunda. It js not expected. tlhalt the band will give a programme that even ing, as the Presbyterians are Ilas ing a, concert, given by the Y.MI.C.A., in the halil; but on the following cday the strains of the band will pervade the township, and the ro tuada will be (the centre of p.· traction. Inspection of Brigade.--Chief Offi cdr Marshall has notified the Pi-o Brigado to be ready for inspection at 8.20 p.m. on 5th Febrar-y. lThel brigade hls not ecn estgblished, long enough to be eligible to com peto at the annual demonstration in CMlrch, but {hose practice .will begin at once. It is proposed to psk the shire co...

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STANDPIPE AT CROYDON. SITE AGREED ON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

STANDPIPE AT CROYDON. SIT'E AtREIDl) ON. Aib the meeting of the ]Lilvd.le Shire Council on Monday, tile S.\V. riding councillors, who were reo qumsted at last meeting to insprct various sites for thile erectibn of :a - staindpipe at Croydoln, to be c?:l nected with the ma.ins of the 31. and M1. Board of \Worbs, reported np follows:--"After carefully conl eidering the qluestion, wo are of opunion that a spot on the west aide of the large pine tree ne a.r the Croydon. Wine Hall would. he the most suitable. The site is cena tr;l, and would meet the conven ience of the great majority of the people of the district, anlnd of 1all the 'traffic to and from the' raihylw station. It is also sheltered and out o.f the way of general t rafic.' It .Was resolved that the report be adopted.

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BOWLS. LILYDALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 29 January 1915

BOWLS. LILYDALE CLUR. Threo rinks from 3onx 11111 wiU play a friendly gamne with the local club on Monday afternoon next. ?Rlsults of the second round of the Wilson-Wantt T'ophics (singles handicap) up to date are as fol lows:--Morton beat Mlitchell, Matt. hows beat liddleton, Eales beat. Catheart, Stallworthy beoat Guthlrie, This round must. be finished this week or forfeited. The following have to play:--Scot, v. Clemelnts, -Iliowoo v. ileuznes, Milne v. Rob crteon. ·?irst and second placo players handicap (Dr. Short's trophy), draw and handicaps:--Mitchell rec. 2 v. Middleton scr., Gilson 10 v. Cath cart 8, Board Y v. iGuthrie scr., Holyoak 2 v. Pettit 2, Wilson, Jun., 2 v. Poyner 2, D)uncan 1 bhd scr. v. Steveons ser., Lowe 2 y. Hill 7. Milno 2 v. Clemcnts 1 bhd. ser. This itlound to Ie linished )by 6th February or forfeited. flesult of idraw for t.hle second round of the championship:--lovey v. Phillips, Mortipn v. Wilson. sen., Short v. Scbott, Menzies v. Ea.les. This round al...

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

YARRA JUNCTION. (From Our Own C.oncrpoudeat.) Sunday School Picnics.-The Church of England Sunday schools of 1this diocese united in holding their panual picnic, at. Yarra Doon on Saturday last. Somewhere about 200 children were present, and a large number of adults also availed .themselves of tho opportunity of visiting this beauty spot and other ,wiso having a very enjoyable out,. Snug .Numerous ainuscinents ,were ari.nged for the children, who a.p piarced to enjoy pvery minu:te of T. da y, wlile the Doon, usually fo ca.lm and quiet, simply vibrated :with the mcerriincut of young voices. IIt i~ rumored that the Metho dist and Presbyterian schools aro 'to hlavo a combined picnic nexti Xlonday (A.N.A. Day), but as yet potliing definite hlas been tdcided 6ol belweeln lho Sundazy schoo'l1. The rfethodists will hold their picnic it any case;

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

RINGWOOD MARKET. D. G. MPClelland and Co. report: -Market heavily sepplied with all olalsses of stock, fat cows being a special feature of the sale, and competition for them was very keen. Fat, cows, to £10; milkers, to Li Gpringers, to £6 15s; store cows, to £4 5s; bulls, to £6 11; heifers, to £3 G8; vtihers lower, according to size and quality; vealers, from 6s Gd to £1 Gs. tiimeep.-Fat lambs, to 12s Gd; a lino (if mixed ewes and (famhs up to lis. Pigs.-Bac bners, to £2 10s; porkers, to 35s; slips, to Is; suckers, to 12. Poul Sry.-lFowls, cockerels, to 5s Gd; hlius, from 2s to 3s Gd pair; chick ens, froanc d to is Id pair; ducks, to 3s 9d. Outside we sold several large lines of fat sheep and lanmbs at full market rates; also soene mixed lots of store cattle. Horses. -Draughts, to £26; ponies, to £14. Solo on Monday next as usual.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

oto, t,.,f - .F.or -onk .ipation, . . 1{eadache, a i , snon. A - | IIgE I F, u1cce.sisor to E°. C.. L''; l & CCo. GEjN\ERALD STOREKEEJER WEST WARBU RTON FIRST CLASS STOCK( OF Dra-pery, Grocery, Iro.nmongery Booa' aŽnd! "S es GIVE ME A CALL ! All my Goods are of the Best Quality, and my PRICES are M/iODERATE. , i(J Agenl for IVielbouri:e Daily and Weakly Papers. o~2c Also Upper Yarra A.dvocate. Cumin. Smith ia!d Co.'s Macticii . No..l!h ]3ri;'ili iia. *L'c;.ile Isn"ra.Qs_Cj Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron LILYDALE BUTOHRING 00 LWHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Mlutton, Corned Beef, Pork a nd Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and. CHEESE always - oinhand. Customers waited upon daily and. orders promptly attended to. Accommodation Houses. Specially. Catered. For. An Up-to-date COOLING CHAMBER is attached to the premises to cope with the hot weather. J. GILSON, Manager. :: 2 :i-gh ...

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WOORI YALLOCK v. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

WOORII YALLOCOK V. COLD STfREAM. : 'l:he abole Imatclih was concluded .t Woori? Yallock.:b on Saturday last. cdil resulted: in a _.win Tfor Woori .alloclk.by . ..wickets .nId 4 runs. [Lhe local tea'rcm aioe mourning out o' c cslaect for. their: deceased friend. Mi Ferguson. .he li-Voori Yalloc?k ldecs provid1ed efternoon- tca for lie. visitors, and i[r: Town :i 'c fc" well .choseln wdorlds thanked Lhcin for their hospita1diety. Scores:- W'0oo0i Yallock. C Yelland, lii Wkt, b W1)3Mad clden... : ... .:.:: .. .... 6 A. Te-se, c Fros1t b Douthie ... 32. b; . Allsop, b C'ahill.. W. Stiff, b Cahill ... ... 6 F'. IUehd, c Dbouthie, b -Town...: 3 Ir Ockwell, c,. b Cahil -..... 36 -I. EWmart, b Dout;hie e'. .. 3 '. Doutfhio, c Maidden, b Cahill 3 E. Teese; lb-;a:, h ahill ... C. M-aes, not out. . Cooper, b C hill '.. .. - SundS ies..: - . .... ... . Totael.:. ... . ... 101 .Iowling.--'W. ,Madden; :l for 12: Doi, hie..e' for 16; l'Town, 1 foi 5i; CQaill 6; for 21; -oDn!leavy, C Cer 13; Frost....

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THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

TIIE LOCAL NE\WSPAPER. Tho local ie'wspaper is the best friend Iha, it. retailer can hope to havo. I. is the muouans by which he is.. ciibled to carry his business .me.ssag'ces riglit .into the heartL of the Ihomnes,:where they will be read :nd listened to by very Iucmber of the houschold. 'th. i.local .l newspalper sltiands by t.ho local merchant. through., thick Iand thuin. ,ike the trade paper, it workslk when it. gets paid and whui it; doesn't, The merclhant who docsn'i use his locail papcr liber ally is paying for it justl the same. 1eo may not think so, but he is. The local paper is lthe backbone of good governmnent. It; is the most potent force in mioulding publio opin ion, and to ciedit; of its: mianagc ment, be it snid, that. s a class thi .local icwspaper is. tho most. inc orruptibic initsittrition at t'hc pros: ent (I4y bn.I; tlq,, . . , " ... 1i thero is a single retailer n~uy whlcre iii the country iwiho doe nopt u"Fo 'his locil niws'pp)er lijbe'ldly uid idnteltigcl.hil...

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FIRE STATION AND BAND ROTUNDA AT WARBURTON. OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

FIRE STATION' AND BAND ROTUNDA AT WARBURTON. •OPEN.: C EEMONY. :.l'h'. band jotui·otnl. it a \\Eblirton was :.opened ol-n :Satnutday evening. unidiei nuiso . liappy ciicumnistances-. a glol:ious mnoonlight night: a fine I~alud of insltrumentalists, and s nn applreciative' crowd of res:dents and tourists. 1. the eabseice of the Shire l'resident, .r 1hir,. who was nimble to aLtend, but who -sent a chifcf,'"r 1" J. :b. 1rcomani, presi dent of thle Progress "League, in a neat speech declaried the rotunda open, and introduced to the atIld ience the Lilydale- Brass Band, whi. had: with true neighbourlv spirit accepted the invittion to spend a week-end at VWarburtou. The band rendered splendidly ., progiunmme ol pieces. On SouCLday -ternoon ano t;her fine programme of' a varied character was given, and a collc tion -was taken up in aid of the building fund. -Mr Freeman in his. speechl said he much regretted to have to a.n iounce that Cr Blair was uins.bl to be present that di: and the hono...

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THE CONCERT. A SPLENDID SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

A PSi.tF -N DID SUC. ES', The pail.trliotic. coocrtc -ir the Ath. onaeum 11all in lthe :evening, was a fitting conclusion; tio:a splendid day's cultraiiainienti and,' desp", 1. thei op pi es ivnei s '".t ho 'weatI.er.. thc lal] \ws , pa ckeil .to.. its: utmost. capacity *with i, very 'enthuisiastic aidieiice. who .showel llheir bppreciition of thie first-class- programme presented by freiqunent ind unstinted applause. Grea.'t credit -is due to Misses: K. a,id. V. Phlilips for the excellence of,: thle progrhmunme, which was of a, high class order. 'The hall was festooned with flags of the Allies. whlilst the p'eenery ornamenting the sta-.' was 'also :.interwovei, with pat riotic .colors ' Cr i";ls. Rouget. M.L.A., occupied tihe chair, 'and .iid iai few initroduc toryv remarks said' lie .was pleased toý'soa such. -, large Eudlience pres ent -that eveing, and. also at t.he carnival in thie aftlernoon, and .the Patriotic 'Fund would benelit by a substantial amount, as le 'under stood' t...

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LILYDALE SWIMMING CLUB SUCCESSFUL PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

;LILYDALE SWIMMING CLUB sUCC0il8 1j XCi ul t10 Cl?o-TiCi@ NIWAI AND CON E11 I~ .. ".,th.e ..,jim i 'o- carmuv-:ai ': .the; I,?ly 1 d'ile l a :iths on' 'lo:iida'y .lasti hlcl icdin.. ti. 'nispices of thiblydilc wimnin 0ni1is Cub'c:Mhre wvistarg teidnc?, lile n. wits::tandig ci i l~.c t iatlaactons in at bowlinrg .itchl, .in nics? etis. iThe n?c':; ourjalcgi fiii -eio healtl~i i"il nd•Usef idr .rni:o iiil of ?-5i tiiliin;. is - ? riininnldubll oh ot':. nntd;in. it' is nc' ilO gllfratising " to dale T in:11ae holhs ilter baths 'ii. ".·' .1 Zul 12]1 ie ? 'll uii bot"i , 'ofi' -: :6;O il· .illg "." inirl .,'i g:enti Assct to i ,"lb 0 towniship;, ri ld the youii ing ipolidI i?' ouInate: in li'vingmsuch favoral!1i: opporinituiig .si close d llt; halid+ l., ,indllging ~iu of swinnnan. 'lIe' luci 1 club "dr "~:- t;LheY- .p·bbula,,; , :!.c IId-.;:tl bi n if C OiM-•:Pa gith ": o[ .+vi nd·~l Iil i?; i.? 'bp~tl3-lf ],i·u. ?I? hi' e:-:n serves coiniiiiieintdl.tio lio.. irl angyi Stho;e gniii~di a...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

:CI olURCII :SERfVICES I'tomnin Cathllolic--lst Sunday jn bthe omonth-~Mass at' Lilydalo, 9; MSiIt chamn: 11i; 2nd Sunday, .'Ringwooc 9, Lilydale 11,; 3rd Sunday, Mitcham 9, .Liyd~Le 11; 4th Suniday, Croy do-nl 9, ilydale 11. iCh li'urch of Englknd-Lilydalo 11 & 7 p.mn';Yorilng, 8 p.m. Mount Eve lyn, 11i ,..i; ' Mefdtliodist OhurohiLl4ydaLe, 11 and 7; .Voridi, 8 andl 7; Sovillo, 11; Grnyero 8; Evelyn 3; Yoring, 2.30. : Presbyterian Church-Lilydale 11. and 7, Croydon 3; lingwood 7 p.m. Blaptist Church-Lilydale 11 and 7; l'anton Hill 3 p.m; Croydon 11. Church of Christ--Croydon 11 and 7 p.m. Salvation Army-Lilydale 11 aim. Yarra Junction 3 p.m. A local papor wants all the local printing. Ono penny per week for tho paper is fair n sui l, lnrt, nut your order Toi plrintiilg, either 5s or ~i, is far better,. :

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas Experiment. The world is eager foi semething new, which, however simpli it may be, will save. labor, or expenlse, or do things better. Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasuro--reduce waste. People who handlo thlings in every day use ale the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Read the splenlid advice that Edison gives. Learn !he procedure as to pa tenting in the A.iief countries,-then ecllure your own legal monopoly for rour rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or von.r ingenioulls riend has produced a clever invention ;.lt him on the .track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. 'own;enid, an editor, says of thile '"Inventor' Guide," 'I am re commenlding it strongly to friends. Best of th.e kind I ,ave seen. .It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive tdlling him wihere Ihe can obtain the "In yvntors' Guido." .3...For yourself obtain this book, w...

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WHAT EVERY BEEKEEPER SHOULD KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

WHAT EVERY BEEKEEPER SHOULD KNOW. The following condensed statements of whaLt all beekeepers should know and practice are to be found in a pub lication of the Indiana Experiment Station, U.S.A.:-. : : Pure honey does, granulate. Honeycombs are not manifactured. "Any old thing" does not makea suitable hive in which to keep bees.:" Queens are mated but once in their lives, and then out in the open air. Bees do not bite holes in.ripe fruit, bat they do suck the juices after the openings have bedn made. Bees may have seiome wisdom, but ig mlorant people give then credit for. more knowledge than they possess. It does not pay to "jump head over heels" into the boee business unless there is plenty of experienceetb back it up. It is not just a proposition of putting on some supers in -the spring, and tak ing off a crop of honey in the autumn. Beating a dlishpan or ringing the din ner bell never settled a swarmn--they just naturally cluster after leaving the hive. Bees havc-no: more to 'do' ...

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LILYDALE CARNIVAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

LILYDALE CARNIVAL NoTES ihe ;;_ul: :iost s?cssful :local,: swii·m' mci was the vctcrsu 1' J.IPurvis, .vho :birca:ed off, thie Openi. Haildicai:p: af. dO0ya rds, and -n. seco0iu?ini "bolh loth:.Cl1ub Halidicap aiid -Dis.:i tic·ti adiit dcp startifiagfom-sn' cia't-.? hlo in i ,e ovont Piturvis is . l'?eiei cnthusiast in swsminling ma tt s, and no 'one woiked lv d0c tinhel lin i?lpf iininary wok in. consicLti0ne witfh the.li caniVal. Such n'idiliins"-. istic "b'iftler' in the intifrests 6f~ the' hlealthy ancl, useful lpastiim'e of: s\wilimiig: dcesevics the succs ?li-;ihe ,attlains. A dr-i :horse in S?Sm Drjbtuighi. came t:o liglit inf the Distic"ct a;n '-a dicap, 60. yacds. With 3sccs. ::han dicap, thce winnel: rcached thei tape: first comfortably, tlhe. scriatch; man, Puriis, being . j;ard :or.:sd: eloiibde . The winnr has.: not shown aiiy foi-mn locally :previously, t hough : the bhia dicappers tbbook 'no risks;i: ilh himi' Thiswaasthe best race of :the d'ay, ' ttractiiing, eight .:...

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SLIPCOTE CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

SLIPCOTE CHEESE. ::On of thio sipl)iCest Of soft ehdsOs to ,mako is tho old-fashion slipcoto cheiese, which is produced in Rutland 'shiro':(England) and .occasiounlly also :iii the sirioun diigi distrie. i.It - ':litas only qgiito' local importance. The m.o thod of its -litanufacturo is briefly as follo'is:-A small qiimitity of milk :-is coagulatod b)ly adding a little-. ronct; the curd thcn being diained eithor in a stiaiiinror-0 choosecloth until suflici: ntlyt dy; to be unouldod. The niouldiiug may,: be done .:in a dessbort-pllate, or altornatoly in a smiall square' woQodoi form, about.4 in, by O(in.,. ind 2 in.; dodl.o Hoero theo rest, of tho \vhcy draiims off;.: Whcn of fiini cousist6-iey, tho chedoos aro takeni out and removed to a cool place, being placedI on a shelf Euid left to ripen for from three dtl iys to a cweek-according to the weoa ther. Thle warmer it is, the more quickly do they ripen and become ready for consumption. Formnerly it was customary to put them between ...

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

RECIPES. To Bottle Green Peas.---hell andl wash the peas, and then boil them for three minutes is slightly-salted water. Then rinse in cold watoi, and put them immediately into jars with screw-tops. Put a teaspoonful of sugar into each jar, and then fill them nearly to Lho top with cold water, to which a small quan tity of salt has been added. Seal down the jars, and put them in a large sauce pan, packing them 'round with hay or straw to keep them from bumping td gother. Pour in sufficient cold water to cover the jars; heat the water quickly, and then lot it Ioil fast for 1:'? hour. If the peas absorb some .of the water in the jars it does not mat ter. Lift the jars out of the watbr. and let them cool gradually in a place free froee draughts. The jars must be kept closed until the peas are required for use. Stuffed Potatoes and Fish.-Seleot good large potatoes, pare thein, cut a small piece off one oendiso that they can stand erect. COut a larger piece off -the. other end and scoup ...

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HODDLE'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

HODDLE'S CREEK. (From Our Own Cororspoldlet,) Tlxi~hi.a ihci.Cii ofE st'Lk chinich,; 1locl<oi cokil was; lbad onrWciihiosd'/i3 2itl Jasnni! ry~,pri siddcZoibi'·c by·4~i d 17& b·i-1 ildei:vichik sidcdo etb.iflc Cill r,'vicii 91Wi e otr ot Vi;=·~ 11)111~ tOi A V013 saii~at b11'ul~o c h el. -wa p'iesentadeW A coivedol th goodtt ing of te uc 1 iiiwith i -i;:.~J Itog :~·is as~scr thisctrivilcgl: ill nogk doubt b hi km lulli idbv5 inki c ol . Ciodpr~vss1' l:--eiiitI~· ma.:ct ·in

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