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SEAWEED AS A MANURE FOR POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

SEAWEED AS A MANURE FOR POTATOES. Fresh seaweed contains about the same quantity of nitrogen as well rotted farmyard manure, and consider ably more potash, while, on the other hand, its contents in phosphate are less. According to a leaflet issued by the Irish Department of Agriculture, it can be used with advantage for every cerop on the farm or garden to which farmyard manure is applied, and, ow ing to the large quantity of available potash it contains, is especially suit able for growing potatoes--although it has been observed that when potatoes that have been grown with large quan tities of seaweed are dug up in the green state, the tubers are inclined to be more waxy than those grown with farmyard manure. This drawback is not quito so apparent when the tubers are loft on the ground until fully ma tured, or when superphosphato has been used, together with the seaweed, or when it has been ploughed into the land during the previous autumn or winter. Therefore, an effort should be ...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

Public Notices. TUESDAY, FEB. 9. YARRA GLEN CATTLE_ SALE CA~IFPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, MIelbourne) will hold their \usual Bi-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the abovo date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRJINGERS, F''AT'AND STORE COWS, and lines of DAIRY HtEIIERIS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by CAMPBELL & SONS, DOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. M'GLELLAND &' GO. STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, -- OPPOSITE STATION, {I NGW00DU iah D. GC. 31'Clellld, Auct;ioinee. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED? EVERY 3MONDAY, ?t 1.30 pm. ...Of... . CATTLE, . HORSES, : PIGS, POULTRY, - RURNITURE, Eto. Splendid Accommodation Paddick: prpvided for cettle, adjoining yards.: Capacious Storage Room for ':~l niture. Owing to the grea;t expanse of business, we purpose in the oomse?? of a mont h or so having Itvo Auc iponeaers on baoe Day. ENTRIES INVIT.D Camberwell Grammar School SDAY AND BOARDING SCHIIOOL,...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

NEW INVENTIONS. COMMON WEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grant of letters pa tent, which have been lodged in the following names, have been accepted by the Commissioners: Messrs GC G. Turri and Co., Patent Attorneys No 1, of Australia, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, have prepared this report fromn the official reords: Distance iOperated Field Gate.-At each side of the hinge post is an arm with a catch to hold the gate open when required, and the usual holding back posts are omitted. The operat ing chains are caused to work the catches on the arms, and also when the gato is closed, the catch of the gate. C. W. Marshall, Victoria. Cross Flow Windmill.--Has radial spindles supporting horizontal hollowed vanes.-J. H. Schroeder, N.S.W. Disinfectant Feeder.-This has parts of simple make for use with sinks and closets, and includes a vessel of dis inf:ectant liquid. The user has merely to depress a projecting button or handle, and the result is that a charge of liquid is punm...

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LIME. ITS USES AND VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

LIME. 1TS USES AND VALUE. It is one of the advantages of liming the soil that the lime has a chemical action, disintegrating the mineral con stituenls in thle soil, and thus rendering available for plant nourishment the soil potash and phosphates which would otherwise remain inert. For this reason its application this season is especially appropriate, be cause its action will release soil potash, and thus help to make up for the lack of the ordinary conmmercial potash. Liming the soil was a general prac tice half ;a century ago, but its use has become less general. There is, how ever, evidence in many parts of the coultlry, that, alpart front tile above consideration, applications of lime are becoming essential, and although it many not be necessary to revert to the ol0 practice of such heavy dressings as 6 or 8 tons to the acre, it is probable that smaller dressings of about a ton to the stere, applied once in the course of each rotation, would be attended with good results, especi...

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BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. Thle Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Hutchlinson, received a deputation from the Ohamber of Agriculture, which dis cussed the question of the inquiry into tlhe bulk handling of wheat. The lRev. Wood and Mir BMoRobin of Bondigo ad dressed the Minister. They-'said they had been waiting for. some announce ment of the intentions of the Govern ment, and wohen the Cnnadian export would arrive in Victoria. 'hey woere anxious because nothing had been heard about the matter for somen time. They uirged thie Government to proceed with tihe enquiry without delay. Otlher umembers of tho deputation spoke in .a similar strain.. In reply tho Miniister read a letter from Mr J. P. Jones, the Oanadian expert, who had been engaged, in which he sai hle had boeen engaged in Can ada on urgent business connected with his department, and also in collecting and grading seed wheat for the drooghlt areas of Western Canada, and also in selecting seed wheat for Now Zea land This work would ...

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

. WARBURTON. (From Our Own O.r-a'pon 'en(.}" 'l. o l'iiist SCeuir:I-.Contrilii" to( xpis in'i i ions; ~ thAe it1ou1i;i b0'io sni?, le.?lf:~ii,2+ "Lll?. ;3yaaw~'~~tli-l d.;k~l~i."dr{llg If,i 'isit r1 .- j I ol: : i iri?'i E .'I fi-c saw Warblifiidl -i ts biast a -11 itsby followi au-- slli m?;- I idi rii'd-. stormuV 1a'loas of- mano~dindd cei Fi'ed i heut tty atf d rivi. e 6.late *ley summlito 5f oth F louni;F ilaliolsidlc d Flic £ 10 of LUs po hic-;dw-iiit?-: nlOi? 1rat " It :will" bc samoaciompelnsulltiii - - oi tic hock oia. t- iiihri ei'ic il,:.iist siiiil.t ot titasle ?fdlliillo in n .imtlie. si w olc spend i, Iiolidan cii tnel Can- toicoh canot -cnt ttiemselvcs til ls 3e -with bettei-: sello iy -ii{ '-mo r111 tliortig-, resF ino'irSV wcr e t1 c-liii' cailrllc s;o ~l;a lioT:(b o·lerto ~~n. "ilhe -.-,imbd . la, . ifin', ib?- t ia h;t i1-clace£0 -.ii;. 'idi -n . IF rached b: ? -s stl l 1 i r-ovei I;W iltk,. only 0:,il- milt? ho]in)h U:th towis ipiou iis lien forFir tI " y t s it f...

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THE HAWTHORN HEDGE AS A FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

THE HAWTHORN HEDGE AS A FENCE. Taking into account how valuable a hawthorn hedge is for stock shelter mn districts where the climatic conditions are not too dry to prevent its proper development, the "Live Stock Journal" (England) has received a commnunica tion from a generally recognised prac tical authority on the subject, who says: "There seems, however, to be a lack of general information on the subject, and consequently customs are followed which in many cases are absoluetly wrong, both in theory and practice. This is not so marked in pastoral dis tricts, but where mixed farming is pur sued, the fences are often so badly grown, or so seriously ruined by cut ting that when the land is in pasture, they are practically useless. In for mer days, before the draining of land became a general practice, hedges were in many parts planted on banks made by the soil dug out to form ditches, but today, it is a common practice in localities where mixed farming is pur sued to plant on the fla...

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A NOTE FOR SECRETARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

Y\ ill .s, ,:cr 1,:le o lt'-lc,:oL d o, i.. t1rict?L 'rienldlyv Scilties," ". Ass:ocin( tiols,:.Sports Club, unl :.olliel :cnon, poli icelR oa r unselarci:ul1 institulionis plejisoe nloto tlaIt coliumhns nro a,\" llablo ? l tiheir; oo ,til.. 'hi no s',hll-b opl?'med tpu-?hlish. Al 'on hiii lie'1i mSti .hii lil hi' li? i.'isi'd t .h ,io jliceo, AC',,thel. ?l - L?i?st:.t , Trilt-" .ix1o~ ?;

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RED CROSS SOCIETY. SUM OF £10,000 DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

RED CROSS SOCIETY. SUM OF £10,000 DESPATCHEID. At the last meeting of the central council of the Australian Branch of the British cRed Cross Society, held at Federal Government House, it' was un animously decided that £10,000 should be cabled home t tilho Britishl..led Cross Society. Included in the total were the following amounts from New South Wales:.-£500 to the Frqnch Red Gross Society, £1000 for thie purchase of two motor ambulances, for Colonel Newimark's field ambulance, and £;3000 sent to the -British Red Cross Society for general purposes. Included in the sum was £1,116 collected by the resi dents of Toorak for the1 purchase of two motor ambulances for the Aus tralian military hospitals. It was re ported that 2,500 cases of goods had been sent to the High Commissioner's Office, London, whrer a special officer had been appointed to dleal with this branch of the work. ()n Molday the aeonihers of the Par nlliamcntary Stan liag Colininittee on IPublie Works, left Melbourno for...

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

,PA iNSl s N r?T I.il STO. AOH.- oit*' is iRq tlot .4l 11 pleaa$ nti, 0 inyonie wiho l i t s tlit o (tiack of 1it, ill libe plca'ed to, eat' how jqulck irollet' anY bec hinil." \ doso ci COlainli rlain's Colic and 1)irr. l'It:ollemenedy in. a: litt;lle ater is ill-i.. 'i" is necessar. I is " n iil P, lietnedy for. tifS complaint. forLii aihl\ais cilc·i's immtc!in'ite ,?* liec ntl is .pileasntii lo it?o.. Sold .liy .1. Hii l?lhi?s n, Til'ydhlo; C. 1f:lh.on c Ii i illgiovnh; ScoH,, and Allen, Y rra. ? Tlen; 8. I'. .I bradshw wiid., T. 'Da ihio " Itaoo 11 sill? "d

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

RINGWOOD MARKET. TI. G. 1'Clllanld aOld Oo. reLporl,: -Wo yardlcd 150 head of cattle. CompcLition for medium stutl was. 'ot quite so keon, but prime stulI sold well. lilkers, from £4 to £7 7s 6d; springers, to £8 15s; faLt cows, i£7 to £9 9s; fat .heifers, £5 to 1£6( Ts Gd; bulls, to £5 I5s; backward cows, £4 to £4 10s; storeo coos. £3 5s to £4 2s Gd; 18 months hlcif'ors, 40s to 50s;a lilhc of Jecr sey hbeifers it; 32s; vecalcl.s from 13s Gd t~ 51s; smajlor vealders lpaer. Lis.-:--l'orkCers tIo,4l~.; .IukekCrs 'Uld slii o Ironi JIqs to 'I2s Ud. l'oultry. -t'owl, cockerels, I''om ,l4s to S; len,, Lroii "s (id to 4s Gd; pul. '1los, to Is-S (d d!oklings, to ,s 3dl; ghikens, fonom 1.s. o %s, Out. side,-lA lile o1 0"ios 5at 10(1 Jd; a liuv 'of lambs, .'t 7s (d.

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GRAND BERLIN CONCERT. PROGRAMME OF SING-SONG ON THE SPREE. TURNS BY ALL THE BEST KNOWN ARTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

GRAND : BERLIN. CONCERT. ,ItROc(irlt o1111': s ?CI-S0SG 02. •' T.HE SPJREE]?.": ""''! [URNS bY [IX,- T111 LiE7H>S . .KNOWN. ART'I'STS. : .\ t jile whiclh mnused, our gpl lunt soldiers iu tlhei'treneles n. few' da-ss ago- the .lrifShl public willi lau"gh to-day.i It is a Soldier's sug I gested l:rcgrammue for a, cncecrt, hiu :Ie Allies rea.ch I ]rlin.. It; hlas Ibeen se.r5nt, home by Privuate 'heo lbald; of' the York a??id Lancast r Regiment: OR.lAND CONC ['-T' P rogrua.i'ic. Song--"You. mudid ine love ydu". Will you ,go, 3Ir IKa,i\esr DuetL--' ke me in your aLrms lnudi say that. you love in'ue Keir HIardie aild lRamsisy 'Macdonald ,ong-"Now, are ve all -here? Yes" Mr. T'iommy Atkin's Song--""T'he he he11 havre to get, out 'and geb under' ... Mlr Kitchceer Gleu-"'Tll-tak' the high road .and you tak' the low" 'The lligihlanders Part- Song-'Stop yoir lickling. Jcck . The bRoya.l Potlsdamiers SPngi--"'1ll make you want. me" . MCr Jlohn French Scug--'" little bit off the top for mic M...

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

RINGWOOD. *\ccideit.- A Itle giril uiiiid P hlylis Schmidl, wxxilst p!axing in?i'V-ge-r'iild o , n i hilii of Cc I"Ia irs oni 3 .ndiav, behmic onLinglecd iii I li' ii:1.ll p I:er ;. - Shl received aI i,'cdd 'ab.ikinig. u,7d a "se3vere blow :i- .tife leia',d.l 1 irst :idl remedies c:: at, once. lipp: Pl;ed; anid the child ittcrwnardsx recci?.-. medical a.lten tici. Slhie has iiow alnost coin ill y ?f ecov;ered J iocri Light Onds; dciable do h'iy s?-i?,hben causedt in thl iiistaL latioi' of th.l;le e·ledc?riic ~:i liti lat ing wit;od :?".' rlc"e the, ai a CGermniay was lie l arge l."inaiifciinfite li.ie Sf . olec tricalF iphiifiaces;. T: e ". thi6 (tin~ig off of foreigii..sijp p {lics rcsullt d iu a tcs .baibily ri .,le of i:ailicles manu fa. tiued it Riiigo1lood Somis of fili?riedl--t Rii ox a iiodc; some. nds I;!icsz71i; ~nvcz., Iplog;? :''sulcSs-i,- il,- ald t~he-.r¢iill. iii b' a. "new indissbry in tic ,dit?'1ict l?i oelctlsicians. live .Ippairetl'c:. eid?outce all dilli .dmli kes...

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ONLY TEMPORARY AT FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

ONLY ''TEMPOIA itY .\T FIIST'. b-.Gustlipatiol. is due to we ikniuss of lthe bowe ls; probibly auised by indigesl;ion, and in thu begiuning is only t'nmporur y.l)rlsltic pliysiXi caiuso it to bccoPle clu'onic. fur thlvy so weaken I;tho lIjowels tha1it they wil natt io t thot, assiSttace. No ca s ofi hronic constlipatiol haILs cver resultell from tlhe ue of Chha.m bIerlamn's 'Trablots. Cl hamberlaii's T',blets ido not do the womrk of tlhe bowels, but guently stinmula.te thiorn to perfrom their own miumotions nat uralli and vohmnkrilm. Sold by ,. iItmchiinson, Lilydulo; O. HI-Ignson, 3Milgov ; Scot; mnmd Al4len, Yarra, CGliu; S, i. ..radslhaw and, W. ,,. Dowborlti. ieulesville. Some ])cople Owoider \\'hv there ha-s lately been i. sli lht. iiucriise in ;the price of prinlting. : dozen tendosOS coull be 'givcn. '" hlt hre is just oncue-li 1911 thl Customs cdutits o imortlcd p~?p~r and oight lother classos of intterial used b, printcrs anmouniCd to I.54L.186l Thle duty to- lay- O. thee s...

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

YARRA JUNCTION   (From our own correspondent)         Fatality - A remarkably sad accident occurred here on Monday, resulting     in the death of Mr J. Scott an old and well respected resident     of this district. The old gentleman had been up the Gilderoy road   attending to his horses, and was returning home when the 3 o'clock   Powell train overtook him. The engine gave the usual warning whistle but the poor old man, being   deaf, heedit it not. The brakes were applied and the engine   reversed, but all to no purpose, as the train was coming down an incline   at the time. Much sympathy   is felt for Mrs Scott and her little daughter in their sudden sad   bereavement. For ?tle) Soldie-s..?Sister Susie" is i,0r lbfusy sewiug; and knit;ting ior the soldiers. Ladiees: ~ieryivwhe...

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

OUR LETTER BOX O0 Without necessarily indorsing the opinions of our correspondentsu, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public Intcrcst, which may be intelligent iy and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on cindition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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District Coursing Club Formed. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

Distri'ct Coursing Club Formed. .ENTIUISIASTIC MEETING A.T . . .YAlAk GLESN. In response to .the advertisement illn.our last; issue, there was a Inrge ind representative attendance as the meeting convened by MIr Jos. T'imms at th iGirand Hotel, Yarri Clen, on Tuesday evening last, for the purpose of considering the ad visabl:lity of forming a distridt conr sing club.-. - ?? . --.,. -. . Mlr A. lHolmes (vas voted to thd clhir, ;:bnd Mr J. T. Timms appoin ted hron. secretary. pro tem. After ona informal discussion as to. grounds 'ivailableh for coursing: terms, cost of inimprovements, etc.. it was. unanimously resolvedd, oci the. motion of Messrs C. ~amsay andi E. A. Duincan, that a, club'be formle', to be called the Yar. a Glen ani Lil3ydale District Coursing Club: lThe following: oflce-bealr'ers were elected :--l'resident, Mr A. H-lm-i s; Vice-presidents, Messrs C. Ramsn., J. 1: Towt, nid E.. A. Duncan; hlon. secretary, Mr" J. T. Timms hlon.' treasurer, Mr- R. J. Lithgow conmmittee,...

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SEVILLE v. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

SEVILLE . COLDS[lfl'1431. This mhatch wsas commenced at Spiille ion rSd.6thdad last. Scoies: SSeville. I.oP'ige', ,? c illiams b- "lX Iaddei i2 N. WXallace, c O. iadden,: b Fricst ,L 6 .;. leadl c. c :lMaddefl n b Frrost 69 A. :ak ern'hot out, . : :::.: 3 W. 1Read, \.6 3X Maiddei :: :...' 20 0. Hand, b C, Maddeni ... 16 li. Relad, c Tow'n, b6.Fost ... 8 XX. Duck, . Doherty, bC Ohi.l l0 C. Wallace, bi W Madden .. 0 )\Y. _P'ynC, b- V ~IMaddcen: . 0.. O S. undries. 26?? -ov1 n~ .-rresi 3 for 60, O. .fad dcen 1l for 36, T. -Biaidden: 1 foi 26, l. cahlill 2 for 2.'. .Coldsi ,?m.: I. Cahill, std. L. Read, b LePage . \\. Town, b LePage ... 0 N."1W.illiams, not out " ...- 5 C.:B lMaddcn, not; out ... *:2 Total for 2 wickecs ... 9 _

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WOORI YALLOCK v. LILYDALE. BELL SHOWS HITTING FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

CRICKEIT. Lilydalc and District Association WOOJI YALLOCIK'! v. LILYDALE. BEII SHOWS HITTING .FO181." Tilce above match wa} s comllnellco d 0on Halirtl rda hist. W\oori IYalloc:k batted Iiist, alld Ltotalled 1i3i:. ,ilv diale, haviig 2. mililltes to bati (penCcd with IHe llinnl Doeclanmp, anlti 1ell gaiv, the sJictat lrs a glimnpse of ilis old form., knIockingi up 5 ill about. 13 milnultes of aLctual b:iL ting. IHis driving and cutting was hard and clean, and in olne over ho scored 20 runa, annd. in the nex 16. Scores: Woori Yallock. A: Tease, b ~den ou ... '38 B. Allsop, c, b l.l .. '.:... . 28 A. Ockwell, c, b: bll ... I1. .Eiwa-t, b b dils "de:. ? 1":,,' : C,?:¢ -,<:.-i,, :?ain~y: .,-,"77:g-~ i?!??.ia DoaBthiu c bs odc 0i latd; 1) u ray ..' W taf. , .. i o?0nd':0. 're ese.: , .:.'; ,? i~ii67?;q?,::i{:L ?g 7 lecstc, 0 1) Llamsay * Cn. t?,f 1 e,6 b.:]amsa~y.,;/{ ;-.. ;?,7t3 11 Ale so not 'out ''8 Sundries. 11 B.ow a .'" - ias efo r'; .-h'il 2 Cur .,17.:}.,+ofd'e, a- 5:fo...

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WANDERING CATTLE. THE RANGER'S ACTIONS. DUTIES TO BE DEFINED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

WANDERING CATTLE. -4---e-- :.IIE RANGER S ACTIONS. .DUTrES TO .:3E1 DEFINE?D. ..iThe questio;t of whelthler or nob catltle shliould be illowled lto graze on the -tl-roids surrounding the town ship. of Y.?ai, Junctioit hs. been ec:reisag t;lie minds of residents of that locality foi. somc tinie past, and: at thc Januaiy meeting of the Upper !Yaiwrt Shire Council a ran ger was appointed to deal with stray cattle. Hlis actions, however; -have not; nict withl general aipirovl, and Cr Ewart gave- notice of motion to have the plrevious r?esolutioni rescind e1. ', T'is notice was brought on at M'onday's meeting of the council, when Ci. EwIartl said theie were about. 600,000 acres of Crowni lands inl the shire, and it was absurd to give the. rightl; to impound crittle on places such as these. It was nbl;,in the interests of ratepavers to impouifd cattle grazing ol-the r?ads, .providing they were kept out. of the township. Cr fackley, in seconding the Inob. Lion, .said thle ranger .was a gre...

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