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THE IRISH GERM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

THE IRISH- GERMI "Faith, it's curious," said a travel led Irishman, "how these little disease insects do he called in different places l In Germany they call them germs, and in Paris , parasites, and in Ireland we call 'em mike-robes."

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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THE SAME, ONLY DIFFERENT [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

THE SAiME, ONLY DIFFERENT A man ivent into a southern restaur cot not long ago and asked for a pieco of old fashioned Washington pie. The waiter, not understanding, and yet un willing to concede his lack of know ledge, brought the customer a piece of chocolate cake. "No, no, my friend," said the smil ing man. "I meant "George" Wash ington, not "Booker" Washington"

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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SHELLING THE CROWN PRINCE. WONDERFUL 75mm. GUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

SHELLING THE CROWN PRINCE. WONDEI'FUL 75 rmtl. GUNS. Lieutenant I'iard, of the 30th. Iegi tiunt of Artillery, attached to the "?td F'rench Army Corps, writiug under. date October 1Sth to Mr. George A. -Mower, managing director of the Sturt wart Engineering Company, Limited, Londol, gives :;ome highly int,,resting lparticulars of the lplendiid Freilch geUkS:- We hia\e hadl agaiist us the army or' the Kronprinz, very superior in num brls, and very well equipped as regards heavy artillery andu aviation. This will explain to you why, having met this: army on the north of Louguyonu, We. ihad to retrea down to Vavineourt, a little to the north of Bar-lu-Due. Dur ing this retreat, which was \ ry well conducted, we inllicted on tlhe cne'my enornious losses. Our 75Tmuin. (3ia.) gun has gecn quite a -llrve'l, and hats worked wondertfully, chliefly on the pas sage of the lRiver Chiers, passage of the Mlouse near Dun, at Varenues,:at Clerimonit-en-Argonne, and also ut \ran becouirt, where one o...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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BEWILDERING RECOMPENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

BEWILDERING RItECOM!PENSE Lunt Mart ha laid down her weekly newspaper, and assuming a pensive at titude, addressed her husband: "Josh," said slhe, "I dont see how it is omenc folks get paid a lot of money for not liftin' a hand. As an example, this paper tells how a certain celebrated tenor was paid 1,000 dollars just for appearin' at a concert in Chi cagO.) " I 'Ve road such things afore, an they keep mi' scratchin' my head too." rojoined Uncle Josh, with a sigh. Why, only a couple of weeks ago 1 read where a well-known prize fighter w\ s offered 1 0,00 dollars simply to nm t another fighter in his own town I"

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REPULSE OF THE PRUSSIAN GUARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

REPULSE OF THE PRUSSIAN GUARDS. A French correspfondent, deocribing the British 'repiilSoe :f" the IPrlihtiau. Guard at:Zonnebeke,. near Ypres; last.' mouth; says: The Englishstitabl wore dining' when ;.a desiatch bearer: an nounced the approach of stronig"olumin? of the enemy with cavalry acting as -i scrcen and suopported by) ten, batteries of. artillery and two heavy guns. The Eliglish: general succeeded in seizing a stirategic point on the railway before the enemy and opened fire with his bat teries.' The Prussians continued to ad-. vance, the first rank firing lying down, the second kneeling, and the remainder 'staliding.' Suddenly their ranks opened and imachine-guns appeared: The situa tiof' looked critical, .but the English general ordered a Iayonct 'charge. One. coloiiel headed his regiment. shouting,. "For Honour. and Englandil.' The op posing, ranks met With aT terrible shock. The ba?yonets oftheAllios and the en emy frequently w'ent hoine at the same imoment. The ground ...

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HOW KHAKI WAS DISCOVERED. FORTUNE FOR A LIEUTENANT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

HOW .KHAKI WAS DISCOVERED. FORTUNE FOR. A LTEUTENANi'. Khfaki;, the color which .1will -render our troops so difficult to see,; was'dis covered by a happy 'accident.:l The British troops in India wore a cotton uniform which,: when it was new, was. khaki in. color, but afters a vsiit to the laundry .was indescribable. A Man chester business man, discussing" this defect; remairked. casually that a' for tunie awaited the man" who could find aa khaki dye that neither sun, soap, nor soda would fade-. A young offi cer heard the remark, hired a skilful native dyer ,and began the search. Years passed in fruitless experiments' till, one day, turning over a heap of rags, relics of their failures, they chan ced upon one piece which was still khaki though the laundry had worked its-will. But it had received no spe cial treatment, so' far as they know, ex cept 'that it hid fallen into a metal dish.: That was the secret. The metal of the dish and the chemicals in the dyehad combined-,to produce t...

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MOVING PICTURES AND THE WAR. ENTERPRISING OPERATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

MOVING PICTURES AND THE WAR. ENTi"iPRISING OPERATORS. In this present war journalists and kineiiatograph operators have been specially banned by the military au thorities of all the conflicting forces neither. one nor the other is ollfficially. permitted within miles of the front. Nevertheless, some vivid battle stdries have reached London front some of the numerous English and American war correspondents in France and Belgium, and many London "picture houses" are showing excellent battle films which aroe obviously the genuine thing, takeon On the spot, with no suspicion of 'fake." The seeret of how these feats" are accomplished in spite of the military bani was revealed to the London eor respodlont of the Melbourne.."'Age. by Mr.. S. Hill, a Londonor, who has been acting as special courier for .a number of the London papers since the war began, going backwards and for wards between Belgium and France and London, bringing '"war copy" to Fleet street from the war correspondents at th...

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NOT YET—BUT [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

NOT YET-]- UT One, of the regular hunters of the season was surprised upon arriving at the village hotel to find one of the, C:1 guides loitering around idle. "Don't you guide hunting partie+; any more?" asked the. visitor. "Nope," was the slow rejoinder; got tired of bein' mistook for a deer.' "Is that so? Well how do you earn your living now?" ."-(nide fishing' parties So fer, no buor, nin't mistook me fer a fish."

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

CUI?CUII bERIVICES Roman Catholic-1st Sunday in the month--lass at Lilydule, 9, Nit clhmn 11; 2nd Sunday, Ringwood 9, Lilydale 11; 3rd Sunday, Mlitoham 9, Lilydale 11; lth Sunday, C'roy don 9 Lilydalo 11. Churh li of England-Lilydaale ll& 7 p.n. ; Yor ng, i p.m. -311tul tvc, l~t1 , 1i a.n ' Methodist Church-Lilydale, 11' and 7,; Wiandin, 3 and 7; Soville, 11; Gruyere 3,; Evelym 3; Yoring, 2;30. Prosbyterian Church-Lilydale 11 and 7,- Croydon 3; Ringwood 7 p.m. Baptist. Chuich-Lilydale 11 and 7; l'aton Ilill 3 p.m; Croydon 11. Church of Christ-Croydon 11 and 7 p.m. Salvation Army-Lilydale 11 a.m. Yarra Junction 3 p.m.

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SLATEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

SLATEY CREEK. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Mrs Hf, Johnston, one of the old est residents of Slaty Creek, left here last week to take up her resi donce at Camberwell, her property having been purchased by 'Ir Breadyl . Mrs Johnston was a iresi dent whom we can ill spare,' being of a quiet, unassunming disposition one of those who made many friends and no enemies. However, having pioncered through 20 years of the rough and good timecs of this 'dis trict, she is entitled to her well earned rest. 'To show their appro ciation, residents from all parts of the' district, abollt h0 in nlumtnbr, maet on Monday weeok last to bid her farewell, and also to preseut her' iith ai keeper ring nas , small! token of tlhe esteem in which site was held. lIr G. P'ctitt made .tho presentation in a feow. iaell-chosen words. A' very sociable evoning wks concluded by the siinggin of m'God be with you,' I am isure. all resi lents will joitn me in wishing Mrs Johnston health and happiness in hor • nwc home....

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XL. BELGRAVE AT BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

. - THE - MASTE_ PAASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XL. IELGIIAVE AT BAY. "There's Drve:el," said the Prince. "I want to have a word with him," and with a low bow he stepped down from the dais, and mingled amongst the crowd which parted before him like two waves. Ida was watchling the colloquy witli tile. deepest intrrest, as if it were a State secret which were lunder discus cass:on, instead of racehorse, wenll a duke came up a :d ca.r:ed her off. Hte was not a parthcularly intere.:ting manu, and her attention wandered from his dull platitudes to the absorbing quest.ion whcllether Cis Deercl woulil ever colnc, up to hecr again and hold out his hlnld in fr:endly greeting. Perhaps he might lhen lie saw her pl.ced on 11 level of apparent intilmacy with some of the statliest and mo4t re.pectable leaders of s.ciety. Lady Granidower.s, wIho waged war to the knife with the fast and the Ilighty gave ler ;n1 eIicoluriag ng lIod a1s r.le passed by, and Lord Hldford, who ranked amongst ...

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WONGA PARK STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

WONGA PARK STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 'iŽlihcusual monthly meeting of h.lle a?!jc was held on T''hursdy even ing of list week., \Vhen the now locl. s hool wai. built some three jCis ' ogo to;: J;hi average attendanco vil."something like ' 17i scholars. ''il~ere;:i;e now ,over 40 children at tenidhiio.: 'thdi.school, Whiich speaks ell' for:,: the:.distaiiu.t A word of pr:i i;ise*:?is?:?d.i tathe head teacher. d?ai~g t '', sh'has noii assistance. At :this.,meting Mi r H. N. Read was iiiin.iiininouisly: elected correspondent pido .dteni,: theb coirrespondent being gra?nited two?i;months' leave of nhb sedce?i?.fft1c' th: business of the commiittie, i ?saisclecided to call ai pubilic :miieti~lg: t. be held in the 'Mecdhiiams'.: Institute on' Friday, to ai.ange . rfo ?a",a suitable -send ol tEo Mlessis 'Samuiiel, Platt, Frank St:eveniisoin anfdArthui Wlitton, whoi i~re leaving:? theodistrict for the front. 'Vid' :'Ellen Terry informs the Ainelicans that Melbourne was named after Melba.- It r...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

RINGWOOD MARKET. 1). Cr M Cicihaiu 'mni Co 1l0op t -o c. '7 lai?d ;. l u?l?, yrdii- .g QL . 081vs, ::El : 5i ? ?£ i de r ,iisc ti ?(':mo i ,ti e ci c ilkers di'naifri e gic . lis ,:o 'kei. l o'ul I,rys,---oa s i,: co ,lro s.s s:- o -- 5 429 ova s 1 lovq'' I igil; i l - ar s Gd. h. s. 2 ?. : b s ., id; du!cks. s to :Is ai.:.; ehicks. A-d t- 2s.

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

WARBURTON. : (From Our Own Correspondent.) . .War Coiicli lions. ~-Though tie tiln Ier industry ids titnljdrarily contract. edl. l:here' re ha irdly anysigis, of iislress locally.: The :shops- main i.iun their cheerful .appearance, undi a.ppear: to. be doing fain buIsines.. :iThere .ro more childrcn in itli township lthi ati a..any previous Itime in iti history. e Several h dnterlain' mcnts. inl the hi ll lhal'.bee?ii-linaun ciil1 failures of late, bhit ithat niay oiily indicate that people arc pru-n dentlly lioldifng their coins for-.the stern nocessities. A Croveinmeunt ofli cer seeking: timber-fallcrs liast w.ok at 12s- per day could find only two who were Villing to go to IIanil ton. A couple of mills still: pour in good supplies of timber. Mean while wa arce a waiting,i with not a great deal. of expectation. t.he Forest depnartinent's scheme, for the revival of thle saw-milling industry. Town I:ilprovements.--Soon the long projected roa d on the south side of -tlie railway stal...

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WANDIN v. WOORI YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

WANDITN v?. OOI. YALLOCIK, This match was commenced on the WV0oori Yallock groulid on Sat urday last. Scoros.:? Ws andin. T. . F issellc lEwvart b .Ylland 3 W. :Russell,. c Ewait, b .Alls.~p 0 A. QOvertoun,.e C. Stalff, b A. Teeso: 6 G. Riussell, c EwaiL, b 'A. T1see ( C. Cornell, c Rlead, b :A. Tese . 'Haddy, 'stpd, .b. A. Tecso - ... 0 J. Tha.y, bl A. Tese ... .. 1 J.. Mitchell, c:.Alsop, b A. Tcsc:, 1 E. Overton, b ioella.nd ...... 3:i Lord, b. Douthie . . ... ... 6 R. Parry, not :.out, . .. ' 2. Sunidries... .. . .. .. 9 Total. . .. 111 Bowling.--Allsopi, '1 .for 10; Read. 0 fo !.4i; El alrt, 0 'foi" 8 ;'."Tocdse, G for 20; W. Staff, 0 for 8; 0. Stal, 0 Tor, 1; Douthici, 1 for 20; .YeL land, 2 for 18: - Woori:. Yallock. 'I3. Ewart, bG, . :Russell'o :... 0 E1. 'tees, no it out..- .... ... 8 C. Yelland, - not. out ... .. 11 Sundries:.. : Total 'for 1 Wmicket ... 24 Bowling. -CG . Russell, :1 for 1 7; Ia;y, 0 for 12. The n.l tols Seville. v; Wiori Ya.l lock, commenced, on Ja'niuar ...

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association LILYDALE ROVERS v. SEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

: CRICKET: Lilydale and District Association LILYDALE i OVEi?S v. SEVILLE: :Te ab)vJei match was cGoenldencidd: ant . lydale on. Saturdey h las t? :.-.Fo= lowieg ca xre, ,ho scores :.;,;;.:: L dLilyle Roveirs. Hlolter, c 1'ead, b :Lc :age :. 1 Sbcl,It, li'. Le Pag? ( Sebire, b allace.: . 2. Martin b 1Wallce .,. ... (0 Ste]tens, h?W, liW . Tl- hic ? . 0 Hertry,; c, W:'illace- lb Le Pager 0 -odges . WI a i .-- .';. .: 7 Ariuol,'t: ::Read b iW al'ce ... Alclu',::iiot out; :?.: .18 Leavis,, ?e rPge . . 12 I efach, run Out . Suidries. . . I T'otal.t 0.. - Bohi ihg. -\W'allace, 5 o for -2 39 e I'xge; ,: for 57. Se ille L. Mehad,. c ancd. b Sebi._ ..:. u 1 Lo Pa,-; :ioth ut ...:: .. 23 .- lcad. 1b Sebirc . ..-' N .Wiillace, c Aiiion b Hlolter I:.l.. E. :]ead; b l-iolter . ... 5 I)D ck, not ' :.o . . ..i S dries... . .. 1 T'otal for I vi els .t 51c Bowling. -Holtcr, 2 for 18 ; bi e, . 2 i for 23 ;::Alarti? . 0 for 9.

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LICENCES REDUCTION BOARD. GOOD WORK ACCOMPLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

LICENCES REDUCTION BOARD. c cgh. I eneia 1 ri :ept. ta; it.e~tn >' n of cco e iats; i ocpImeII The; .. . :.·h,-:'l:,the polit sl I ;i :_ convictions o I "l0e ; iicve, r1 s o|'ls poleica nc awvhiclelead consccictles br·iteng thleen' wtl'cn tie 'l n it s c aicon (it) oct 90158 'v Dli 'cad of 'ttect, year! it dopepreed 1) 6 hotlds fL their; ?' Iicences. The total , oiotcls'elcsed -p 'I the eniid o .ilL'. his. 'unow reil:edl 803, of : wiich. 93 ?e re .ideprived oif .iccucesd? lring' :the past: year.': " 'the &tit'of VitoL ik is dividld intoi 217 Licensing 1ai.trindtes l.e. nuneili ;of hotels to whici easchi; '? - trictis entitlet b biti lased on h:ic number of `imle id.tcpa3eis inl the rite-oihook ,for s:uchl distoict .., ?hi:n the Blii id LIbe io itas d or;l, the hot'is in some of thl e . istricts "weredgriearst l in excess of the sla utory iiiuml;or The Beard , has ow. held sit.itpins in ' eveory overstockel? distlict. 'o Ir. 16 districts; it has ccltose the whole of the ex...

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COUNCIL'S STONE CRUSHER OFFER TO PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 February 1915

COUNCIL'S STONE CRUSHER -4--- OFFEiR TO PURCHASE. Some months ago the stone' crusher belonging to the Lilydale Shire Council was leased to the 'Trrailgom counc.il, and it has been doing such good Wiork that ,the lat ter body are desirous of purchasing it. With that object in view, COr Clark, of the Trnralgon shire, waite:l upon tho Lilyda.le councils at its mneting on Mondy, and said lihe Ilhd been deputed by his council to make an olfer to purchase the crusher.s They were of tlhe opin. ion that if the machine was bought i, permanent qtiarry could, be pro cured, tand they would purchase n t i rcasonable price. lie -was auth ised to oiler £150 cashl for the crusher. The oecretary, (A~r HIfamiltbon Siru clair) slid, tliat.: the agreemont; with the I'rrarilgoit shire-allowed for, lense ing ?t £75 for twelvo modiths, withi thie option of purchase within tihlat period for ."£220..O2 ni roplyi to Cr Hughes, Cr Clark said they had had the .machine for. about three or tour nmouths. The £1.5...

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

CllUlllCI SERVICES Roman Catholic-ist Sunday in the month-Mase at Lilydale, 9, Mit chanm 11:; 2nd Sunday, Ringwood 9, Lilydale 11.; 3rd Sunday, Mitcham 9, Lilydale 11; 4th Sunday, Croy don 9 Lilydale 11. Church of England-Lilydale 11 & 7 p.m.; Yering, 3 p.m. Mount Eve lyn, 11 a.m. Methodist Church-Lilydale, 11 and 7; Wandin, 3 and 7: Seville, 11; Gruyere 3; Evelyn 3; Yering, 2.30. Presbyterian Church-Lilydale 11 and 7, Croydon 3; Ringwood 7 p.m. Baptist Churcol-Lilydale 11 and 7; Panton Hill 3 p.m; Croydon 11. Church of Chris--Croydon 11 and 7 p.m. Salvation Army-Lilydale 11 a.m.5 Yarra Junction 3 p.m.

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WANDIN v. WOORI YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915

W~ANDIN vWOORL X ALLOOiK. Thiss mattchel as concludecd on S Ltuidai last,, iaid resulted iu a win for: WaidiidbsI G 1by46 ruls on the first, inming's Scoies Wandin. T. Russell, c Ew·arti b'ellnuid 33 Vi. Russell, o Enwr~stJ b lls p .0. A. Oi-ertonu c C. Stsaff, bl A. Teeso 1 G. Russell, c Ewiart; b 4. Teese 0 . Cornell, c Bead, b . Tleese $ lHaddly sEpd, b A. Teese ... 0 J. BHiy ti A. Teese . ... J. Mitcehl, c Asllsop, b Teese 1 E. Overt~on, ·b Yellandil ~...:.. Sti Lord, b Duuthic .. ... .. 6 1, Pirry, not out . ... ... o Su idries... ... .. .. ... 9 Total... ........, ... 11l Bowling.--Allsop, 1 for 10,; 'Read 0 for 14; Ewarti/0 for- 8; A. Tees~e, 6 foir 20; :. Si'fflO for 8 C. Staff, O Tor 1; Doutliisie11 for 20; Yel land, 2 forlS18. Secoiid hIunings. CG. ]Iusell, C Tees; :b E't... bLt .. 0 erlon, Ycllandi 1. Russell,; b\ Tuese. 1 I. Pqvp; b IA Teese.c. . 7 : Cornell, c Teese, b Douthie 6 E. Overton, runl out- .:. . 11 .r. 1{d.a, Teise ..A .1..c 2 H'sddy; c Tees, lb D~u his. 1 1s...

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