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RESCUED FROM THE CURSE OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

RCUED FT".ni T E CURSE OF GOD, . BY P-'ST'O'. ~USSSLL;:.I" . ..L mire of dehision. J'hi. sianbk'e i's ;I. tl:ou rc b-eildini.frhni curEi n L; i oreilrhers, under .tlii tlieit t 'Ji' -d tu d.ii , e crecd.' wa,, to bc"daminici{, :foeri to ,hink for tlhemsnelv~es. Satain liciEfed .:iiot )fly to mnalke out reedil but' to reaiie 0i 0 :0 thein bydiwreful threut? X?. r. ,i '1 ay':e'; .rauise (Rod 'forttlie d laniin oi tat new daM, . wii s. li ?ib'rining? is : iliit ulkhss. 1; even 'as it -is -howvrinvoepn h n iio teaiporal addvahinags i.iih a teie c?;'rd 2vef r'bdfo,'rel ii~ vn. "o -.. . ;*-. -.; ': * .. " l. lreedom; to :t ink triisi"tnds a'il;hyisieial ibei tie. t i'rly, "be liberty whelireeritl' Clhrist niak?,s free. i'.si .l great bnono E[ Iod to man:: n'.lin?io p tion as it lihas beea: receivedi tlhertiJb-joy; otlheirise, liife l.-i d.'sconiti'kt, gr'daning- painu. - -'; SCod'S curse, 'u set l-o\thli y thle.crc?ie;: consigns tlhe 'iwhold woi:ll: to: eteknail: Lor ture;, xcept as any ....

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WHAT I SAW IN AMERICA. LECTURE BY FATHER BAKKER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

WHAT I SAW IN AMERICA. LECTURUE BY FATHER BAKKER. An', illustrated, lecture wis givien by tlhe']ev. I;. F. Bakker ori Wed ncscday; 3rd-. inst;. ill t.he Warbur ton Mechanics' Institute. Tl;e pio g?l'umme' opiened with -a piano and violiq solo by Nellie and -Armhulm Jensen, and the song, "The Death less Armv,'" bly -lMr Lovell. :'. 'llio clhairman, Mr Ei.-'.- Story, in iniiroducingil aLlhr JBakker, isaidc lthat thouglh t;he. reverend gentiileman hlad t;ravelled s o miuclh iaid liiid. s?id so' mainy inignificent scelie, I:'h e would acdmitf fiht. Ibhe scenery which is to be foiund romuid. Warburton is equal .in bea uty to any:in thlb orld. athller Bakkcr 'handled his . sub ject, ": \h?? I SaW" in Amierica," iin a manner:-which wasi noft, only instirlctive, but inltensely interesting. Tlhe 'limeliglhit operator, 'ir, Collings, is to ble coingatlula.ted onil the man ner ii whicl l?he' Worked: tli .:l lan tore . 'i . " ' ', " ' ' ' ' 'During' aii interval,. .liss Stevens' song 'lli' T ee...

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UPPER YARRA SHIRE ENGINEER. QUESTIONS OF ATTENDANCE IN SHIRE. PREVIOUS MOTION RESCINDED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

UPPER YARRA SH:IRE . ENGINEER . QUESTION OF ATTENDANC]. IN SIIIRE.-. I'/EV IOUS "OTIlON iHESC INI)ED. At tihe mcctingu-of Itle Upper Yarra Shireo Council on Monday, Cr. E~wart moved that the resolution passed previously, requesting the on gineer to devote two days a W\1¢elk to the shi'e, be rescinded. It was not a u t.ir thing to ask this of eir Sambnell. They wero right in th.le middle of large works for the Coun try leoads board. which Mr Sam bell wias supervising, and it would be o, mistake to jeopardise this work. Thlhv were getting the work of t;wo men for £200 per yeai, .and wero recerivnug good value for their money. M1r" Sambell had leported on a largo numbee of .schemes for which no charge +lhi + been , made, ,nd had at a:ll tiinmes 'dole h::is best for tfihe couieil. . He was sare Mr Sambell would aot consent:,0 tlthe request, ivhiclh hei contended wias unreasoa a:bl;:&..?i- H .W1fiilld be prepkrod to . cLisider 'ihe appointmen of-a. resi-. dc~-elit'engiiter ;ifte?...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

At the WYaburton police court on Saturday last, Edward Adams was lined li :17s Gd, with .2s 6d costs, ,or tamng to.have:his child vacci nated. 'Ir .. A . IWilson has bci- appoin ted lay represenntative' of .the .Lily dald circuit ti the M? ehodistCoonfe sence~ , which obpens' :in esley .Cliurci on, t;lle o25th i?b . ::"ust :: On S-- turdy, ' Febr i ry 20, ?fessg, tncwart anxd Wolod vll offer by aiiction ati ? 'a,: Junction a pro. pet?y co6ntaiinhg .about two a~cres, with a biokc cottage, etc;, crecten thereiCon. larticulars: are fully sot forth by advertistumeit in this issuic. .At thle Lilydale o-police court on 'riday :last -(before M"essrs T. .E. Hlasrison and ', W,.Simpson, J.'aP) J. B: OCathdartc secur'ed an, order for,'l 9d.13s A'd with ;lns cob?tsagainst Ei 1T Coriwall foi goods sold: end dehivered::. . Di o ionel B. Da?y,; of ila'sdnldo icad, :Hlatheorn, giandsoi of Ci. rD. B.:: Daly, d.f .Croydon, hais secured an appointmeit ien the BnritishbArmy Mediacal Coipls, and leaves...

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WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

WONGA PARK. (From Our Own Corroespondent,) 'f:ilngs in general are a. bIit qu iet in tails district at the Ipresen tiiae. ..here lais bhoon ;a v?rcy good crop of Lcc:irs. hut ott amcount, of h lie late whnds fa.ll. have bae: numcrout colsequlntlyt lpriccs have not ruled high. It ihas lIcen decided. on account of thle -scarcit c of Ituit, tnot, t0 hold the usual s'how this vear, but other provisions are to ha ande to keep apace with the usual It.istcr uifonday galhering. Ieccruits.--'tw'\o lolor' youn)lg mnlll fronm Wongg:i huark have joined the ral.lks of thie .cxl"pedit ionllry "lc ,i'tr viz,, Arthur fin tion itid Frauk S.ut phcu.oun, ' ocgeht icr with Ihe ot her two (.ht, dlirph andt Frank Sla tor) this district. is represented by four, andt it is ihoped mnoue wjl fol [,uw tIhlir eXamplel,

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UNDERWEIGHT FISH. OFFENDERS BEFORE THE COURT FINES TOTAL £26. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

UNDERWEIGHT FISH. OFFENDERS BEFORE THIIE C.OURT FINES TOTAL £26. At tlhe Warburton Police Court on Saturday, before Messrs S. J. Goldsmith, I:.M., and Jas. SteLvens, J:P., a numbler of persons were pros ecuted for having lish under the minimum weight in their possession. Chlrles M. Cliff, a. Government In spector of Fisheries, and Constable Kidd were the informants. Mr Jones, of the Crown Law department, pros. ccuted. Thile cnscs were as fol lows:- SFlaincis J. Danaher, having in hid possession three black fish under weight (from 2 to 2Aoz.). Fined .£2, with £1 ls coqts. John Fisher, five black lish ln derweight (from lI to 3 oz.). Fined £2, wi;th £I is costs, Jhinmes Murdochl, live black fTish underweight (from 1 to 2- oz.). Fined £2, with £1 Is costs. -Hecnry E. Robertson,. thlirce black lish 'nd ono English trout under weight (trout 41 oz., -ad black fish 2 to 2. oz.). Fined £2,: with -£1 l costs. SThomas Kiker, seven bli?tck ish nnlderweight (1 to 2 oz.). Fined £2, with £1 Is co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

)O S\WIETEN TilE IItHE.ATI!. - To s\weeten thie breath take acourrse of ('hainlierlain's 'rahlets. They a ec nvaluable forc o thie relief undl pirc\cntion of disorders of the stom t Iih and liver, which enuse ioi d hi eil:h. 'hey stimulatoe \he bowe'l to p'I ol n iiii. \hit i k t.hut c leji ns il " the \sy' t'm. I By nl kiing' oci e if Chamherbain's 'lablets fat regular ju tt'r\aly Yogl \\ill hl~cer. bt tlroubled with bad3 breath. Sold by 1. "Tiitihinsco. Lilydale; ('. |lii . e 1iligrovee ,eott and A.llen, Y'rit (ildi: S, 11. 1I'adshiw und W. J. )twhborn. H1alesville. N·urse Ffreeman 's Private Hospital BELLE VUE STREEV, LILYIYDALE. Specially Equipped Wards for MIDWIFERlY, MEDICALAND SURGICAL CASES Midwifery Cases-under the Special Supervision of Nurse Freeman. ITo Infectious Diseases Taken.. !flRMS MODERATE, ON ABPPLI - CATION. - I.a La S;adlery ,& Harness Depot WARDLURTON. NOTICE. I beg to intimate to the residents of Warburton and district that I have taken c ver: the abo...

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UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

UPPER YARRA SHIRE S COUNCIL. MONTHLY 31EETING. lThe ordinary monithlv nicetin" of tbo abovo council wats held in the Shire H-all; Yarrn Jucitini, on Mon day last. I'resent;: Crs Blair (pro sident), Ewart, Lithgow. ~dacklcy. Buller, M'Owau, M'ilroy, Spiers, and Aiken. CORRESPONDENCiE. From I'ostal department, re lalte delivery of telegram, stating thc:lt, whilst regretting the occulrrence, the depa.rtmen does not undertake to provide for the prompt. delivery of telegrnnis at small ollices such as Yrl.lrlra . Iun.ction,, wher'e nO miesse a ger is employed.--leceivld. :From sname, sltating tlhLt a in slclti::r will shortly vicit Yarra 1Jun-c tion in connelction with the re quest for further postal facilities. RIecccived. I'rom Lands department, stating tlt thIle tsumn of £10 has becen \t:locr for fencing or improving the r-cr:atii 'snerv t it Var'bu)r1toj oiu icntliioni thant a like amount is con criliibutedil locally; n!so tlhat £10 ha. bIn vot'ed ou the river reserv\es it Waiburton i...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

TURF TOPICS; -4-- (By "Flemington."') At one time it was hoped that the inter-State competition at the approach ing Autumn racing campaign would be well up to the average, but it is how plain that the invading army will be a comparatively small one this time. As however, it will include such talent as Mountain Knight, Woorak and Carlita "class" will not be lacking in the visiting team even if it is below the miark in mere numbers. It is diflicult to say why so many owners from other States have declined the Victorian trip this season. So far as the Sydney-siders are concerned the proximity of their own Autumn carni val miay have something to do with it. Some very valuable prize-money is offered the April programme at Randwick, and this it seems has proved sufficient to keep nearly all the New South Wales owners and trainers at home this Autumn. Up to this writing, Woorak had not reached Flemnington, but by the time these lines are converted into type, the chestnut is likely to be sa...

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TURKEY AND THE WAR THE INVASION OF EGYPT. SOME INTERESTING SIDE-LIGHTS ON THE TURKISH ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

TURKEY AND THE WAR THE INVASION OF EGYPT. SOME INTERESTING SIDE-LIGHTS ON THE TURKISH ARMY. Mr. J. M. Pawaz, B.A., of 1040 Drum mond satout, Carlton, who writes from a firut-hand knowledge of his subject, contributes some interesting details re specting the foe which menace the Suez Canal, and who are possibly to be the first to feel the quality of the Austra lian Forces. He writes: Now that Turkey has actually begun her mad attempt to invade Egypt, it is interesting to know something of the nature and quality of her resources. It is estimated that the whole of her strength in Syria is 100,000 soldiers. Part of this force (about 20,000) is to occupy Mt. Lebanon, and ward off any attempt by the Allies to occupy the Syrian Coast; and the other part (about 80,000) is to invade Egypt. That, how ever, is not a fixed division, because, realising the stupendous task she has entered upon, she is now withdrawing the Lebanon army, and is constantly adding to her invading strength which, howev...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

FOR WOMEN Duriing tihe past few months (says the '"Daily Chroniclo") women in in creasing numbers have been practising rifle shooting. There have always been a few enthusiasts who have been among the most faithful members at both the outside ranges ill summer, and the inside ones in winter, but various causes have conspired to ren der the sex in general apathetic ill tihe matter. One of these has undoubtedly been thie difficulty of learning. MIost of tie covered ranges are in towns, and as they have been got up by men for their own inrstrnction anrd amusement, women mnclmbers are not included. For instance, in London, only two or three clubs admit women, and then they are only allowed to shoot on special days. In consequence they have not been giveln many opportunities to compete in mnatches, as tIhe opposing team in all probability could not provide competi tion of their own sex to shoot against them. Thus their proweass has riot been encouraged by anmbition, and tilhe desire to ex...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "?lu t'us. ") The wheat mnlarket nowadays is in a5 condition that provides plenty of mnn tal exercise for those who attempt to follow its vagarics. Owing to an al most complete abslence of supplies, ope rations in wheat during last week re presented .n insiggificant total quan tity, andiil the miarkelt was without ani mation throughout. DIirect in the coun try there were transactions covering several hundreds of bags, on the basis of the rates quoted in the city, the lat ter receoivinig confirmation in the sales, which were effrccted at public auction. The announcement, that the Go\vernment had miade arrangements for the im portation of onlly 1,000,00U bushels of grain, welcoime as it was, especially to .flour inillers, affordedil no imlmediate re lief to the local situation, and the dilli culty of buyers was niot diminished in the least. So keen has been the de mnand for lots suitable for seed that holders have been able to exact almost any ternls, and evenll ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

COURTS O PETTY SESSIONS. . Healesville.-Every Thursday, at 10 a.m. Lilydale.-Every Eriday, at 9.30 i.m. Warburton.-?Fvery Saturday, at 4 0 a.m. Clerk of Courts.--Mr T. B3. Wade. Police Magistrates.-Dr . . H. Cole. and Mr H. Morrison. District Justices.--F. B. Lithgow, Coldstream.; R. HII. HIenty, Wonga Par-k h and Dr. A. E. Syme, Lilydale; J. Rouget, TWandin; J. 1Wallace, Seville; I. O. Bridger, Croydon; C. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; WV. Privett and W. Jolliffifte, Hlalesville; H. Ewart, Hoddle's Crcek;l J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, Warburton; J. IH. Thomp son, M.A., Silvan; A. G. Buller, West Warburton; Jas. Hunter, Bee nak.; T. W. Simpson, W. A. Whar ington; A. E. 'T. Payne Lilydale; Richard 1. Kelly, CroSydon; David Blair, Hazeldeneo.

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THE TACTFUL GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

THE TACTFUL GIRL. The tactful girl is welcomed every where. She is usually successful in the home, in society and business, besides binga comforter in trouble and one who can enter heartily into another's heartiness. hToin be stactful one must be utterly free from self-consciousness and try to tlhink only of the requiremtents of others. A readly listener is always Welcomed in all grades of society, and the tactful girl will patiently listen to the woes and ills of other people without letting them see how uninter esting they are to her, or, in returin, repeating her own troubles. What good can it do any one to di vulge a family secret or failing? A tactful girl will find no interest in this kind of' conversation, anL will intro duce a more pleasant topic. She can always,.keep a quiet tonugue in her head wheli necessary, and will hesitate to spread unkind gossip. When il company of the oppoit sex, a girl will show her tacttulness by the interest which she takes in the lilies and disl...

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THE SERENE PIG. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

THE SERENE PIG. It is with distinct pleasure that we pen a tribute to the meek and lowly pig, author of our breakfast bacon (says the ''National Provisioner"). We have felt for some time that this philosopher-for .the pig must be a philosopher to endure the slings and slurs of thoughtless man-was not re ceiving his due in the public press. Poets have sung the praises of the meditative cow. The horse, noblest of steeds, has been portrayed upon a millioni canvasses, and found a place in epic and in psalm. The lien has been recomnmended to take tile place of the eagle upon our "far-flung ban ners," but until this time, no one has come forward with a truly worthy en conium upon the pig. Well. here it is-a tribute to an un complaining fellow that seeks "no fav ors save the privilege of plodding with his face fastened upon the ground. Consider for a moment the pig. The pig is Nature's sedative. He.m the antithises of eccitement and the antidote of worry ?hen frayed nerves cy out in protes...

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THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

THE DAY. You boasted the Day, and you toasted the Day, And now the Day has come, Blasphemer, braggart, anti toward all, Little you reek of the numbing ball, - The blasting Shell or the "white arm 'a'" fall, As they speed poor humans home. Yoe spied for the Day, and you lied for the Day, Andti woke the Day's red spleex, Monster who asked God's aid Divine, Then strewed His seas with the ghastly mine; Not all the waters of the Rhine - Can wash thy font hands clean. You dreamed for the Day, and you schemned for the Day Watch how the Day will go, (Slayer of age, and youth and prime. (Defenseless slain for never a crime), Thou are steeped in blood as a hog in slime, False friend and cowardly foe. You have sown for the Day, you have grown for the Day, Yours is the harvest red, Can you hear the groans and the awful cries, Can you see the heap of the slain that lies? And sightless turned to the flame-split skies The glassy eyes of the dead. You have wronged for the Day, you have longed for t...

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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

NEWS SUMMARY At the Spoewa punt crossing over the Murray there is a fair body of water, but the river is falling appreci ably daily. A boy named William Siddall, six Leen, whose parents reside at Cameron. street, Mount Pleasant, died suddenly with other lads, whlu he was seized on Friday. Hie was playing cricket with a fit, in which lie died before the arrival of Dr. DI)ane. It is supposed that the death of the boy was mainly due to sunstroke. IReports having been received that a number of women usually employed in dlomestic occupations are out of work at the present timie, the women's branch of the IHotol and Caterer's Female Enm ployes' Union is inviting all such per sons to attend at the Trades Hall on Monday evening next, and register their names, so that the extent of unemploy nient among the woman workers may be ascertained. The deadl body of a man namedl Tho mas lIyett, 40, a resident of Coburg, was found in a vacant allotment on Harding's-road early on Friday morn ing. There...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

Looal Information PENNY POSTAGE. Theo new postal rates, including t~he penny postagex on letters, came into force on Monday, MIay 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: THROUGHIIOUT THE COMIMON WEALTH AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per loz. Letter Cards, single, ld each. Do. reply, id each half. Post Cards, single, Id each. Do. reply, ld each half. Printed Papers, 0,d per 2oz. Books, printed-O?utside Australia, 0l per 4loz.; in Australia, 0Od per 8oz. Mlagazines-Printed in Australia, Old per 8ozs.; outside Australia, O-d per 40oz. "Hausard,'! Old per 120z. Commercial papers, patterns, sam ples and merchandise, id per 2oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do miniaons, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, Id per toz. NEW ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS. The rates of New Zealand, Fiji, and British Solomon Islands are: Letters, ld per foz. Post Cards, single, ld. Do. reply, id each half. Letter Cards, single, Id. Do. reply, I...

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A DEAR HORSE-FEED. ON PREMISES WITHOUT LAWFUL EXCUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

A DEAR HORSE-FEED. -4---- ON PRlEMISES 3WITiOUT LAW1: FUL EXCUSE. At; tihe Lilydtle Police Court; on Fricday last, before 3ICssrs T. W. Simpson and 'I". E. Harrison, J's.P.. James Moore was clharged wilth hav lug becu found without lawful ex cuse. on the premises of i'. Hl. 8Starr -the stables at, the Lilydale rcser voir works-on 15th January last. Accused, who pleaded guilty, was undefended, .mid Scuior Constable Robinson prosecuted. P. -I. Starr gave evidncce to the effect that in consequelnce of hay iug M'issed horse feed, tools, etc., fron. his place at the O'Sbannassy reservoir, hlie instructed his groom caretaker to keep a look-out to try to discover the pilferers. As a re sult. ccusted \\Lwas found in the sta. bles onl the nigliht, inl question, hav ing gone there to get some chalt from the manger. Accused pllea.ded with witness after hlie was cldiscov ored, and said he was hard up and had no feed. for his .horse, lwhich was strurving. Accused also said he was sorry for what ...

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SHIRE COUNCILS MEET: [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915

SHIR· E COUNCILS MEET: Lilydale.--Fourth Monday in each nonth. Secretary and Engineer, 1Mr lamilton Sinclair, C.E. Upper Yarra.-First Monday in each month. Secretary, MIr B. MIor cy; Engineer, Mr A. K. T. Sambell. Eltham.-First Monday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, MiI A. G. Thomas, C.E.

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