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THE MAN WHO WAITED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

'THE LAN WHO WAITED. T'he late "Ian McLaren" (Dr John Watson) once told this story on hinmself to sonime friends: I was coming ove ron the stceamer to America, when one day I went into the library to do some literary work. I was busy, an dlooked so, I suppose. I had no sooner strted to write than a diflident looking man plumpcd into the chair in front of me, began twirling his cap and stared at me. I lot himn sit there. An hour or more passtedl, and he was still there, returning my occasional and discouraging glances at hiim with a foolish ingratiating smile. I was inclined to be annoyed. I had a suspicion that hie was a reader of my books, perhaps all admirei-or an auto graph hunter. He could wait. But at last he rose, and still twirling his capl, ihe spoke: "Excuse nmec, Doctor \Watson; I am getting deathly sick in hero, and I'm really sorry to disturb you, but J thlought you'd like to know that just. ts soonl as you loft hir, Mrs Watson fell dlown the conmpa:nionway stairs, and I...

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BOWLS. LILYDALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

·~;BOWLSS :,; Iari'e chrabu ~ iat reuisi' iuiid : : th30:e "liddle I 1 w ,entlermel. 1rom1 that clhb to Lil3daled whert Smiatdch had. been, ari:a.ngedl against theli loc?'.l otub. I-.'lie d'ai ias berau cifully. lilLe, aMd tih visitors thor oiighly enjoyed3 tthe trip. to ind from Lil? dale· whilst the match was st priductiive of much pleasurec. The visit;ors .'plYed two ladies in each of tlheir rinks, a~gd they provedl tlhem selves~ e?xpert bodnlers .exhibit-ing a eoinness mid accuracy Whiclf quits upset s6me of the Lilydclaleiles. " The matcli, was 'played in two sections. so that as ndtnly s possible of thi visitingi ladies ucld gentlemen coulo take p.rjt. The resullt:was.?w t severe beating for the Lilydaleites, onli one of the six rinks being "lup.' Thel scores sre not avsailable, so thal;'I the; visitors .aRe to be deprivec of thle saitisfaction. of hIring thieii ict;ory :ecol:ded in detail:, while the loCals, re savced the humilc tion o" haviing disclosed in the 'light of publ...

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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MIONTHILY ATEE'I-NG. The monthly mncting of abovoe council was held 'u 'sTued:l.y, 2rnd inst. l'rc~ent: CrIs Gray (president), Batllh, lilch, lcaly, iAlonris, Smed 1ey, White, ThIylor, and the newly clected member, Cr Wnl. lllba.rdc. who mado the necess:lry dccl'srtion before taking his seat. CORRESPONDENCE. Recreation Reserve Grants. From James Rouget, 31.L.A., in timating that the Minister of lIand had made available the uindermen tionedi grants towards improvements of recreation'reserves, conditionllly thlat £1 for £1 be given locally nadt thle amounts to be expeonded before 30thl June next:--Greoasbor ough, £15; Elth:am, £10; Yarra, GlClm £10; lknton Hill, £10; Toolaugi £10, and Kinglakc. £10. The secretary said only two of the reserve, Elthlam- and YaTn G'en. weie nunder tihe control of t;e coun cil, and hIe I-dl forwarded.the foIrms of the othelrs on to 1lie respectivo secretaries.-iAction appirosed of.. Dispos-al oL Road From Geoe. de ot y, Golddeis otat...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate anrd perfect your ideai Experiment. The world is eager fos srcmething new, which, however simpk it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasure-redu?e waste. People who hanidle things in every day use are the natural inventors ol better things, and the natural capitalist? of to-marrow. Read the splensid advice that Edison gives. Learn !he procedure as to pa tenting in the ,liof countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious riend has produced a clever invention ;,it him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townuend, an editor, says of the "lnventors' 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 where le can obtain the "In renters' Guide." 3. For yourself obtain this book, which tells what t...

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THE DIFFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

THE DFI'FFERENCE When the young Prince Tsai-'T'oo was at a fsP"hionable luncheon in New York he sat baeside a lady prominent in a rich and rather fast set. "Prince," said this lady, "I 'think it's dreadful that in China a bride never sees her husband before the weddinZ day." "Well," said the Prince with a grin, "I hear that in America you sonme times never see him after it."

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MR BEECHER AND THE LOWER ANIMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

MR BEECHER AND THE LOWER ANIMAL. Henry Ward Beecher was upon one occasion in the midst of an cloquent political speech when some wag in the audience crowed like a cock. It was done to perfection and the audienco was in a gale of laughter. Even the great orator's freinds felt uneasy at his reception of tho interruption. But Mr Beccher stood perfectly calm. Ho stopped speaking till the crowing ceased, and while the audience was still aInughing, hlie pulled out his watch. T'imn hie said "That's strange, My watch says it i, only 10 o'clock. But there can't he any mistnake about it. It must be morning, for the instincth of th0 lower animals are absolutoly in fallible.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXIX. THE DUCHESS'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

- - TRE~ MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). OHAPTER XXXIX. THE DUCHESS'S BALL. Ida was putting the white rose into water, when Duval 'oame linto the studio. "Who gave you that?" he asked in mediately. "Poor Mary Graham. Oh, Ray mond, it is so shocking to see her." "Where did it come from?" hlie inter-. rupted rudely, fancying she meant to divert his attention fromn the flower. "It didn't grow in an alley." "It was one of those that Lord Bel grave gave her," a blush which she would have given anything to stop, dyeing liher cheeks. "Isn't it somethinig new for you to accept flowers from himP" "It is not from him," she said in dignantly, "or else nothing would have induced me to take it, atlhough to-day he has done me a great service." "May I ask what it was?" leaning his back against the niantlepiece with his hands in his pockets. "I never was so frightened in my life. A lot of people came round me, and began to laughl ,and a navvy was rude to me-desperately rude-h-but Lord Belgra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN lURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAGI E .R'S . II I'~ Pure French Grpape ,* BRAN N DsY Cognac,:'::ii eW art STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. " DRINK STEWARTS ! " NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grant of letters pa tent, which have been lodged in the following names, have been accepted by the Commissioners: Messrs G. G. Turri and Co., Patent Attorneys No 1, of Australia, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, have prepared this report from the official reords:- ., Distance O)pera'-d Field Gate.-At eachl side of the lhnge 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 gate is closed, tle catch of the ga2. C. W. Marshall, Victoria. Cross Flow Windmill.-Has radial spindles supporting horizontal hollowed vanos.-J. H. Schroeder, N.S.W. ...

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A BUSY PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

A BUSY PLACE. Eugene Field's fame as a wit had not reached England when he went across on his first visit, and when he got to London, his friends sought to introduce him into society. On evry occasion he was told to tell something about his ntaive land, and the tales he told would have put Mun chausen to shame. At one of the gatherings, the subject of lynching in America was being discussed. "I suppose it is not unusual to see one or more lynchings every day," re marked an Englishman. "Not at all uncommon," replied Field "In fact we are so accustomed to see ing people lynched that we pay little attention to hanging of ??hat charac ter." "And you have seen people lynched," inquired a horrified lady sitting beside the American poet. "Many of them," Field answered in a tone so reassuring that it would have done credit to a liar of twice his age and experience. "The last lynching I witnessed," he continued, "was just before I sailed. I was with some friends at dinner in a Cafe in New Yo...

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THE ALPINE DAIRY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

THE ALPINE DAIRY BUSINESS. (By George Cecil in the "'Jersey Bulletin.'') Cleanuliness being a virtue in Swit zerland the dairying business in the Alps is carried on under hygenic con ditions. Not only are the milkers scrupulously clean in their persons, but the cowsheds, the milk pails, the sepa rators, the churns and so forth, are kept in apple-pie .order, while ,the health of the cows is specially looked after by duly qualified veotorinary sur geons. Indeed, should any dairyman or dairy farmer neglect to report a case of sickness amongst the cows, he is liable to severe pains and penalties, the repetition of an offence perhaps landing him in gaol. Under the nir cumstances, it will not surprise the reader to learn that in the Alps it is the rarest thing for ilnes?s to be traced to the dairy products. CHILDREN AS MARKIETERS. Mauch of the milk is sent in to the mnorning market, which opens soon after sunrise, being attended by the representatives of the various dairy establlishments,...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

FOR WOMEN =-" By "Ambrosine.") In London they are describing Miss Violet Markham's views as "Spartan advice from a woman." She thinks the Londoners show too many outward signs of fear of invasion, and she ex presses her opinions on things in gen eial in a letter to aLondon journal: London is. left in Cimmerian dark ness owing to somne anticipation of a Zeppelin raid (she writes). Personally I delprecate this darkening of our capi lal in view of possible bombs from pro blematical airships. When our brave mobi in the field %e taking chances two to one; wheln Paris shrugs her shoulders daily over the advent of Taubos, it, seems to me over-comnplimentary to Berlin to create casualties in our streets on the off-chance of a visit from lher airmen. I feel sure there is not the smallest reluctance on the part of any one of us to offer our humble roofs in the general darkness for bombs de stined for Whitehall. What hurts our pride is the thought of Berlin, capital of a country unprotected by...

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Lilydale Progress Association MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

Lilydale Pi'dgreSs Association MONTHLY L MEETING. .'ie following were presant at:. meeting. off the aboeo aI the Athen elim Haill on Monday evening last : -Messrs 1. Fuller (president)), C. W. and Y. T. Hill, T. W. Simpson. C. Coon, J. Moroney, J. T. .Phil lips, . A. Duncan. E. A. J'nson, H. - G-:- KE h,;- ].1Tliyig-~ W.- : Pallis'er. A. l eschamp," and W. 'ettit c(sc.) ", ew Tre'surer. " Mr IF Fc..Fster ha.'ing left, the town ship,` his .position as trea'surer I)e came ~a-cant, nnd: on .the motion ol lMessrs W. T. ]ill anud E. A. Jan son, Mr lI G. C;Kay wi appointed Ito the vacancy. 1 iohlbais spke iko. eulogistic tlrins- of MIr loster, re ferriiig to his good work and inter cst t'aken in the Assoiat'tion duritg hisi residence ,it Lilydale, and ex piresusng regret at his departur-. T'ie station. "A lotte' w?as received froim M3 Js. ]oiget, 3M .LA., in reipl stathiig thLat in reslsonse to his representa. tioni -to the.: ailwday commissioner's, 'is reqluested. by the a'ssoeittion, it...

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WARBURTON v. YARRA JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

VtARBURT1QŽOv YATRA JTUNOCTjON Oil Satuiday labbst Warbutoiain p!iLy d alriri Julnction at Yarr'i J uinc. tion ,: the' mniitcli,-risulting iil a win fi.tlle' h inb eamnylity 4" riuns. Buiggs pe:formalne foi .the Juinction wa. oxccptiioinlly good, ;taing .s'x wic kets, *.J6bsidcs .rat.ling up 60" iisx . Yarburton.. Pi.rbury, c: I'Lecash, b H1'Ibour C Slaterco oYelland bl Bigg .... :2 dainum i" b li:Bugg .. I.l--ckwood, ' ? Ashton, bi ovell . 1 Moltimorei.. Tchomas, -i Bugg 1i I.. Le:icch, c Loutitt,: b Thomha. 11 21httiigley if a. itlzpatrickb, l Bugg 24 Ada:'si ;.h. ?gg . "32 \:. Lici, c HaIIbour; b B-]ugg .0( J. Smniris;: run out "... .... 1 A. I.. Sumimers, :iot . out..;. ... 9. f 8undiries.. . . . 16 Total.. . . . 14] Yarr Junction. I' ip .ttrick,.c anild b -Adams ':...; 52 tigg-.c 'Blitckwood, :l bidain.;. m 60 Loutiitt o )ibnnanil I. Adadms I Sparhk's, I 81Satei .:L:.:. i:... /:,. 1'1 Asthl on, b Leaich... lT Ihloinas, c. )am~nia? , b Leach- 0 l'aiweivll, not out ;. 6 1 ri·e, h...

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. AGAINST HEALESVILLE RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

A SERIOUS CHARGE. AGAINST lIEAL':SV IiLEf RIXESIDENT. ,At thle IHe:l-sville Police Court on Thursday, before Messrs Jolliffe (chlairman)n, Privett, Bol'ngbroke, and D)a.wborn, J,.'sP., \William Nichols, livery stables keeper, was chraged with unlawfully and indecently us saulting a child, ageol 9 years, at Henls ville. cr Scrgeant 'Parkin prosecuted for the Crown, and Mr Magennis (in structed by 21r R. Kelly), appeared for the defence. All witnesses and the public woro ordered outl of court. Win. Henry Shs rrard, surveyrr, re siding at lBrighton, said he knew Nichcol' st. blrs, and t o' a p'an ol the place (produced.) on the 9th inst. He noticed the chaff house, which w-s near the front door, close to 'Greon-street-28ft. x 10ft with a, wooden paril-ion b twi(on tvihe stable. Thle door was about four foee from.llce entrance to tle stable. In coneuction with the same sta bles. and oni the other side, was a mioter shed, some 20 feet away from the chalrff house. There were no wiidows in...

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YARRA GLEN AND DISTRICT COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

YARRA GLEN AND DISTRICT COURSINQ CLUB. A general meeting of the above club: nas held at the Yalna Flats Hotel oni Tuesdayv last. There was a lirge number prelseit. .'As a result of Lithe report of tihoe sub-committee i)pgiintcl1 at; Ithe preo viouo meetinh, .it wacs decided to arrango wlith Mr' . -lMills to lease the Y .a Y ltile:n racecourse for six' veurs, the lilrsti,three ye ars. at l pe'.year, and thlie secondl three :ears d-t 5per. cenlt. of the gate umoney;. .hr ITom \\'hite, who .went home. mwith Oscar .Asche, is oniiung up in the coei'r~ e'-t . ,e s In advise the club as t he tist waV to Ilay oiit tthe gii nhd Lori coursing purposes. SSeveral mbie : ubsci iptlions Lhave counio Lorwari d since the 4 ust· meet. 'l'hie club lhasiitilihmed with the ! N atiomni 'Coursilng Club. ,lates \\:re fixedl for the coming scac:tol, wh hiil will be senllt for ac ceptinceto 10 le general meeting of tih.Allli?led OLub. held in Geclong. 'A; s fai.'l1g"totm e~endcr wis i~ceivedl an? c nceltled...

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LILYDALE SWIMMING CARNIVAL AND CONCERT. WIND-UP MEETING. £20 DONATED TO RED CROSS FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

LILYDALE SWIMMING CAR " NIVAL AND CONCERT. • WIND-UP MEET'IN. :' £20 DONATED TO 'IC)TDO"CROSS FUNDS. There was a good atltendancO at the Libray on Friday evening, at tho wind-up niceeling hold in con nection wil;th .the rcccnt .wzipping Carniviil aind Conicelt the president (Mri E. A. :.Dunican). occupyingL i tie chair. . 3AL-ANCE .SHEEI. T he s crct iry (Mr 1": heni an) read a Iinncinoil stt incict', showiig a credi, ba'uce of £-0 5s lid. St isfaection iy s expressed .at the. reo: 3ult of thIe c? ?ul'nivi and coincrt. a'lrt it. ?is decided t:o vote £20. to hed iilv dale. branchl of tle .Red C:ros Socicety. .lle linaiicial slatemenot wal; as flollows: Rcci;pts.--I,·lemhEr.' 'ficket- .£ 2£i Gd; ]. Ilack, idotudat, i ;1 1; Is, ;r Swic.. donation. los (id ;- "ScoLott cldonatioi, Is 3d:- . J. Jone's, col lections;. J3s id; \V, G. Pettit, Clon. tiion, 10s 6id; gaL. i:eceipts, cairni. val,~;D9 8s' Gd; Le loy, sale of icec crcam, lus ',Id,; ?iss 1'hillips, is frcshments, 10s .ccashl and ti...

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AT THE PYRAMIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

Al 'I- IE3 7PYR~tABIDF'r y a. l i i: n i..i Afr T Downeuy i is icoivci 'i let to. from his" sO::"oin tor::ni ow;:iil' tiho Aiustrlidiis il- Egypt; frEiji ivbi whicli tho followig.a r ti6dexbr:ths :-' 0 -. omimp is 12 l'miiles fi::om Cl' , ii" we. go in uuid ib Ut by: electrii? tdni, the .ire behing 1l: piastre :(iboiit2,d of oir nmoney); Otir- :tellts are'pit?ci ed right oi tloffhe.border 'of t t?alhl:li Deserl.t, Lookilng dcseutr??citds, ii.l one can .sce:is saiid :,likot;hldi sea? . tibeah, tiul theo otir l w?ay: ? l;. ir, COiini is very diffrhit.cit "hlere ,re big: ir imiationci woriks, mind thcy g-row !terythiing you c:COltd .ivish.Ib Yoir conn got 60 good oniges for 1 shili lipg. I.' send a~s photo of ofir camip Ia.keri Li from tlihe t:op of the .biggest Pinunid.V! e gW; det? a night's l]eave blJout onlice a .;week to go, to Cairno It?. is . fin, cincy,.t iveythling, beiing ptp-to-da td. : Motor: cars :' are very chedl? tfor hiie. Yo0 clan .gel .a goood car for ls. id. n: headi...

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WOORL YALLOCK v. LILYDALE. W. STAFF HITS FOUR SIXES IN SUCCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WOOR1I YALLOCK v. ]LLYDALE. ~, sl~ . I;T'F LH ,..5 8I ;,vi.~ ~ ~ ~~~ s'-w,' m ·s?:,· otsits SUGCESS;-). i c:' a.:bove inaaolve i cwis concliuded o :S. tirda.: l sIf, an:aidd id eulted in: i vint fo:; Lilydatlaby 82 r?oins on tbho hir., i-ninne'gs . ,ScoreS ;"" :-,~.",: ,'-;.. -. . ? " i .-, :? . .' ' . . Lulyd'ile .A les:ici inp ,11 ou G .1. uollit, cb . 'loo ?jI, : o %'"::.>- -'. ::> !- Lyd e ;S- 4+>:: :'.' ?. ):...:.; ,.'r r . booci:n. , ,i-n" no...ut', b;: .,4':: ,.;' , ') JE::?l iln ": e ::.f i · a b:21i::",' ¢? i-r (?: .11 Mort:oittio 1 .Fwart, if .[Allew, 3d , - 2-litin b..- a ,: , ,E K A.l n b E.;'- To\; ?4f ;.t 3e')J, :.- . . ; . .' . '. .G Io'bahi,:?in 1s Not tio "'r: 1 0 .' KiIngi, Allandop. bwr 1wlSt~'-i W bo"iod Yl, .. :.4 A'. R.tae: b .iNd en :. ... ". 38 .r:eso p 3 r"li tl. s ....... ei .7 : ske Do n le l a.y"...2 Ow . 1 b e. Ewt"la , d o'd - .. ?... 1 D o '. c b Nod i .' .. , B A\·i~lsop a Bal~l~: 28~27 :il A Bocllk ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

PAINS IN THIIE STOMAOIH. Whilo this n.illnenl, is not :danger oes, it is not at all pleasaaln?, ??d .anono wh l,1 sunbjeot to ittdkcl of it will ho pleased to learn how lquick relief may be hIAd.. A dose of Chamberlain's Colio aaid Diarr. ihoea Relminedy in a. littlle vater is all thata is necess',ay, I. is an ideal Remedy for 'tthis complaint, for it alwayss olh'ct imnemdliate re. lieC and is pleaslant to tlake.: Sold by 'J. l[utchingon, Ljldh[e; C. lansen, allilgcove; Sco.L and Allon, Y'ara Gtlhe S. II. Bradshmw and W'. J. Dawborn, H"ealpsyille. N. 7ublio Notices Colonial Bank of Australasia LIMITED. Authorised Capital £737,931 10 0 Uncalled Capital £193,195 0 0 Paid-up Capital £439,280 10 0 Reserve Fund, £230,000 0 0 A BRANCII of this BANK is OPEN DAILY at LILYDALE. And AGENCIES are OPEN for Gen eral Banking Business as follows: YARRA GLEN, Tuesdays, 10 to 1. WARBURTON, Wednesdays, 12 to 3. HEALESYILLE, Tuesdays, 2.30-4.30 Thursdays, 10.30 to 3. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXED DEPOSITS...

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SEVILLE v. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915

.8EVILLE 1v' OOL1)STREAMI hin nitch1 pllt) e on the Sewllc grotund, was concluded,:oi. Salttr daliy fasti, and- rstilt :iii ~ wi~i for thl locals by 111 .riuns on thel ::first iinings. Scores:--• Seville. Io'Pige, c WilliamS. b W iM'addn 20( N t Wallic'o0 c MatcduV b Fir·tl 6 1l.4 eac~ ,' .C ladden b.i r'lost. (d9 A .lihakbe, not oub"'.. :o u3 \\. ,toad, b \V. laddR "..e 20 0. Hand,b . : adde .. 16 1 lcad, o Town, F bros ... 8 \. 1)ack,. C Dloherby,b Ohill : '. 0, ' \?. iact , li "W 2 adde - .. . 0 , ." n.ayno'?b 1\\,? 3lidade?' . . ':-.. ''.. Sundio i. ho 1 " uwing -?rtc ,3 -r, 6o D C -id do 1-Ta . G, W'.238ie to .0, deR. il'fori 31,.1 . tdlen.- , ot 26, 11. C(ail!"2d fo2 2; ' ' n " '' Coldstream. 1R. ahill, std. L. Read, b LPage g W. 'lowsl, b Lclage ... 0 N. Willians, c I,. Read. b) Payne 17 C. lXadden, ac 1qaker. b C. Wallace 3 I W. Ma~ddcen, b 'ayne ... ... (J D. LaddIen, b1) C. \Wallace ... 20 ,I. Morris, b O. \Wallace ... - R. Bowio, b . Wallace... ... 5 N. ]Frsj.;, a tald b ...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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