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KILSYTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
KIL~SYTII (Fom ir Own GCordspioide*i3 ) This S ihotd P, 6th. 31rcii;&lt;ist& bie agriea one it lxilsytli I 1forticiluc it and i ii ntrowis' So ciet3O an. cairstly endeavoring t provide a ~lpige show. the lion Vli tllutclnnson, 'fisot; /of 2gi'n uenlture. his pboimised to :op01C he shopv aud f'ivor ed qvI iil 'ood wet thaiiicrd w,~ the eal1lebkc~xlinbition avsll bei st ited will doutilless 'prove as usu'iti too small11 Shortls th1e nee school ist M(l sy thii e bil eo ollici3lly opened, bu is iti is still uis the coutr~ietor'L hands, the di dto of opeiniig Ieas not et:lcn liben ed
OUR BRITISH FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
OUR BRITISH FLAG.' Cernianvy hs made the sot dangci to the world, Ourn Navy now miust sweepl it leati SAnnd I seedom's flgn nfs ul 0 oreie Cv Ci spS)rklinn' w'iv - Benoliealt Times eternal- Iiu And foi trine him-onity tIils gieaW deed; miut h6 don. Wohem delos the Briti, florg, Onniuprsinptr emon the se's, ft shields ~thin hi ke uisd time eak, - Sideslve it mal es ev Li-sei:i ltheBristisis fl-mn on Brimtshl heat, On1 evesy waelling tide, \Vhmo shelters :theme is Lice as air, Xgainst al the world defied; \ ln o nlso fell lie smiledi bjpomi 11lieosiddless min in 'P teit lie nes againi nchasi t ise upstart '-fees Who dare' oni Lime defile, Or spssrn- di Ifritisli fl'mg - 1mW gursec flaigise WieckvoL o Listin p \iW -Ad b andusatlerhavs-&lt; If isclw a tie esmalioes Whod) e~om -t- linis dg Tin "S ad -did [leded Iht-won-t m lien' siorime~a In sweep our patiia cylea ITo our lieinel'oid-oiiee naiii Top rinht t1e As'ns -of-ian 'Ce Iiild wom' 's worth In gloif'th.pa 1h4mae le sea f~re...
ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR LILYDALE. REPORT ON THE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR LILYDALE. TIJEPORT'U ON T'tiE SCILl'E. Mldnida1ys tincng cit'the Ll)9 d6 1 bin. Council, ?tim followiyngi rcpito am culectric lighitma solicimc orIlcicl was submitted! h£' lIe: io'i .t;he ngineer ViATER POWFR>~ j'n es- itc l'iestn ifl"Ii bein- divei'tcd ··:~'·' ino heci oo, u i~ud e fet p~r'cifb;iY one thu tre'ii 'te e. e 'i:-n C~I OSS~~iir'l - the- is dcli- iosii'i me sne te0 i i s% the pointe i t 0icr pp 'linerors:~ itnd~iiithiirthe limit of.i aemueohl me ithod ilikpcd' itn o sibiso i iossil to detectthe dif aec'. [ tissi oieasstedltc flow till cl hi e i wheriei crlbihtoc ofteo ln xls e.Gmeiitu 1nrii 1as i0iI cI ithi cs'me footpsi ec -wi'sfonnd' tlo hM fit ) Ce sinkke of thu wasunaning'ti o it s Lit tic reservoirr th i: o h .ahose outtcet is th'i (tier is (I cubis.fe i pcirs coiini nte cinch fnir 24 linurs' pcri As :mi. ouit of tb-iitltikeris oldsy 00; 3cib ic test; bilucec of i '107 chlIiidfeet' i eji oc onci. fos.lr pei p 3j~S - o'this is tlh s 1ituaion bel...
RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
RINGWOOD MARKET. --'lere was a full yariiig ol iii dcscri itionis of stock. Comiict itiui fur mi lkcrs. fiits. ii d hlefeiu w..0 of s ii. We sold :--.1ilkeni. inmdiiiii quality, £5 lOs, £6 10s ti £:7 Is; spr!in gcrs, iT £7 12s lid; fat cows. £7 10.s, £8, to 9) 1Os: lightn-eiils from £5 to £6 I7s Gd, I at hIoih.i LI1 10s to £7; a lire ol light-welgti loiciers nvtragcd £5 as; Gin])!ers and fleshy cows, £2 10s to L4 10; jitorae cows, to £3; bulls, £1 Is to £6 17s; old mnd iufefior cow. to 25a; vea.lers, from 1i 0s to 410i smnillci, lower. l'igrs1-- lconeo rs, to E£ 1Is; porkers, from l0s to 17s: lweit-weights,. to 3os;.s uckers anod slips, is (d to 1is. I at lambs, to 11s. Fowls. l-emand dull. Cock eiels, to 5s puir liens, is 8d to Is 3d panii; duckliogs, to Ss Gd pr.; :hickleos, 6Gd. to is Gd piani re Usual Simtsinde- liA e of lambs at6 14s I16t of sundirics at satisfactory prices. icr head.
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. ROMERO—LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
ORANGE BLOSSOMS.. RO1Erz O-LARGE. A, very prettly and popular wed ding took place at the Seventh Day Adventist. Church, Warburton, on I Sinda yfternoon, 11th February, the occasioil being the mafriage of Ms Leslie, oldest son of Mr L. A. Rom cro, of Warburton, add artist; to the Signs Publishing Co. Ltd., and Miss Jcssic, youngest daughter of Mir John Large, of Ilobhrt. ':ls .Iaman, the. oflic:ating clergynmu bhe iing Pastor A W. .Anderson, of War buritoi. IThe church, wvhicii was ar tistically decorated with grcoa and dark ied dadlias, looked yern cool alid inviting afler the glare of the afterlioon suni, as guests aiid spec tators scated themselves nuder the grcen trilcrs looioped from wall to will, to await the arrival of the bridal pariyi '.I'ho bride, wiho was given awJy by lre brother-lu-law, Mr l". ti. Hlowso, looked charming iin a. girl ish i'rock ot cream embossed voie, the uisblvol il and orange blossom Ibcing wvorn,.and shc 'carricd a, tIomnu tiful showcr bouquet of white...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
rRIDAY, MARCH 5, 19)15. Eintrics fur the Yarra Glenwi show un 21Lth March close on 17th inst. Roaders' attieitioin is d rected to the ahvertisemin t in this issue- fos : uri bhOr' parllticuilars. dii V/ Steplhens02tesaI theo Colouial. BnkLdac-hs ucan transifeirred totehel-oic hvliec · a-Llvat'canc 2~~ Sr ii "edesre nsrhh i''2h~n ror-tIhe' ereetiun ot - aiiiUpas iau L seiftic diius@ orwhich' nri oes~inspee~:l;t~~~s6led it~: MrCq-iansie --'- nw -lplarr I nit seia ti s Ld ;eitic lo ae n hu 5u 'ri but Rnel b iefg w t icdiofe -ro ie inie purchse L ro l rs w -s --:~iiii·itso : :tu'- go to thie bs o-ffei~ 'll Ai mil ar~fii aidio thef i e ethodst ihed ilhl~~~~~~~ belek idn nit·ii~i Geiikligof ideviations onilthe donbulk ciro. liens an specidi latios tmaa - e eseen itthe blre ail lsdTidal auclen cess close vithC the secrtn'yof theli Roads oOcird, titles OlliecMe; lbourne, on 'loa2dayf 15t1h Macoh Al public ineeitiug to conside the est m s ofm s raismng li tfudsto ,xs isiitlto Belgianl Rlied ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
Iueblic Notices. TUESDAY, MARCH 9. YARRA GLE1N CATTLESALE CAMPtFELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) will hold their Nusual Iii-monthiv Sale in their yards at Yarra GOln on the above date, when they will have forward tho usual yarding of MILKETRS, SPRINGERS, IS'A''T AND STORE COWS, and lines of DAIRY 1IEIFEIRS, ST1EERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by CAMPBELL & SONS, IJOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. JW,CGLELLAND 6' CO. SIOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE ARNT~S, OPPOSITE STATION, id\NUWUUJ) Mr I. G. M'Clnlland, Auctioneer AUCTION SALES COMDUCTED EVERY MONIDAY, at. 1.30 p in ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, If URNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for Eur niture. Ow ing to the grout expuiese ol business, we purpose in thin course lof t month or so having tsvo Amuc tioncers on Sal DBay. ENTRIES INVI'I w Camberwell Grammarnrnai Scol o PAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL, BURKE ROAD, ...
WANDERING CATTLE. BOUNDARIES DEFINED. DIVIDED OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
WANDERING CATTLE. BO(UNDAtR.IES DEFITNED. D1 IDElD OI'TNIONS. Sthe tiic noetiii of. luis: UJip 0 I lir Shuirc C~ouiicil 5il IMon~dit, the ([uestian olah hlouFRdjifid to Je 0h)s1.rved in ado i p ynlrii cal li nyay o imponodec was e'~ain iuidcr distussion ' hoscctcry c-li . sul mittcd i 1ep0r11. of tlim bncliciids as follows: XrinIrtoil On iot read Li 01 1 Hircotoits to ;ud o 'il strcsts folin ti '1 0 113 or ill stic ts fioiu main nord to boa ('1s' tI:. Clnks . idigi] 1010 .O mainni road fromu cok s to A. Itil inouci t t the ; i t Ifmlias .Ia r ll thi I'Co bridg. TWcst- X'ir lrt oii On lie iunin road from I: J bullers to Wi 1111 mudl [ronai% uii i:ord j ,i lion; ii tEll:9Rfic 111c0 near ies 1,1ull(r 5 hn ushit Yijar Joifictiomi. i ite tilnul ·old froonm intrsectioli ul Dooii. 1 Odd t:o CouiniiSi illlt ';s sidini; OI ilic LitlIu arra id to, joirdon s o'i ~lli tets ionv mami. 101(1 to s' do a hi Hi 1at6ioil'i 1iroporbl 15 >sitiia~t ii: fi teo Ilodcilei - r L ie i lli, i e ini groundc...
WINNING CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
i ii - I X\7 INN NG" Of i ST Yei, doubtled, I count all things bul lo.ss fur thie exceelcnoy of the knowledge at Chrict erus rmy Lord . that oy wnl Chrijst' (Phil. iii., 8). 1Even eaintlv Chiilt. anso seed but imoper. fcutly to itgrasp th.e plaiin teachini'gs of the New 1Tetaioenit re Sipecting the imemiber chip iin tehe body of Clhiit.. Some assume thaL it is to ILe hod o0 'i bauis uf I ivorit is1, and Itust that tbey will be of the elect. Otlhns think die Apostle iis usiing iguro· of spiieeci, and VaIIgckly lIoiei thInt PASTOKRSE1 shey belong to the i'ighlt chucli, aiid wil ittlini.' hatvcert othi'irs gel, 5s in thli su5i :'sc of. i .palsr ini whcl h all the victor. dtlire the spoils. :D oubtleis, the errous of the D)'rk Agel ibsoihed inchlildhnooii Isoe bccii respon lible fol tliese ingai'iries. 'nai for oin' genera *leglect ot 1)101)t0 Ililile std.iil it seelnui ciii ftll God.5. peolle to redlie that the sidoiiu friom 01 isihse i'i the unhleast Scince iinid the bes' ilisti utlio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
*.O old For Conftipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, r Headache, Indigeniion. A Dde ighfu Family Medicine ~ C. , YARDLEY.,EH. Successor to P. O. IEDILL & 40. GEJ\JERAL STOREKEEJ ER WEST WARBURTON FIRST CLASS STOCK OF -Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery Boots and SThoes. GIVE MIE A CALL! All my Goods are of the Best Quality, and my PRICES are MODERATE. Agent for IVielbourne Daily and Weekly Papers. Also Upper Yarra Advocate. cuiomrinF Snit, and Co.'s Munurc. Nott Dri: ish a:.d Morcantile Iznsnrarnet C, Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron LILYDALE BUTOHERING CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Mutton, Cornedi Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able. at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always on hand 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, Manag...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Corroepondent.) The respected cleric known as "Fighting Larry" is back from "the fushin" in Now Zealand with renewed vigor and undiminished belligerence. He has a splendid opportunity for the combat in which his soul dclighlts in connection with the alleged 'camp of evil," that he says is located close to the Broadmeadows training camp. His assertions are denied by the police. whose version is supported by the Chief Secretary. But Professor Ben tone sticks to his guns-a back-down on his part would be an unheard of de parture, and would be a shock to the whole community. As is generally the case, there is somc'thing to be said for both versions. Tho evil referred to by the venerable apostle of the church nmilitant is rife and has done a con siderable amount of harm to the in discreet, of whom it is only to be expec ted there should be a certain percent age in a large body of young men. But it ha-s been so since the beginning of things, and is an evi...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
OF RURAL INTEREST (By '' Rusticus.'') It seems just a bit farenial to have the boast of the Railway Commission ers that the dopartment is in a position to carry any amount of produce, and at the same time to read the losses sus tained by Gippaland producers through lack of trucks to move potatoes and onions that are perishing at the rall way stations. Thu Premier, anticipating as he does for this year a largely increased acre age of wheat, as well as a substantial average return, informed the railway commissioners a few days ago that enough rolling stock must be ready to carry a record yield. Sir Alexander Peacock pointed out that it would be a calamity, and the Government would be a laughing stock, if the advantages of a substantial crop srere nullified by tile failure of the authorities to carry the exportablo surplus to the seaboard. In reply, the chairman of Ctommis sioners, Mr Fitzpatrick, has furnished a memorandunii in which the Commiis sioners report that the largest wheat t...
WOUND IN THE BACK. HOW IT WAS SUSTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
WOUND IN THE BACK. HOW IT WAS SUSTAINED. A few British soldiers have recently been invalided back from the fighting line. They are victims of the severe November weather. The overcoats of these men were plastered with mud. They had fought io trenches sodden with rain.. Their boots had sunk ankle deep in the mud; they had stood nearly &lt;waist deep in water. Rheumatism had developed. They are but a few. Generally speaking, the health of our troops at the front is excellent, notwithstanding the cold. and the rain. For this much credit is due to the fine work of the Army Service Corps in the field. This orgiinisation is won derfully complete. Their convoys of motor lorries anr continuously at work between the railhead and the tronhees. Our troops in the trenches have abundance of food, tobacco, cigarettes, With such comforts, life is suportable. in the most trying corcumstances. As one man put it to me, 'This 'cre war's like a blooming picnic. Why in South Africa, we had to us...
THE KAISER'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
TFIE KAISER'S PRAYER The K aielr has sent the following prayer to the pastor of the German Ltuthera:n ('lnFie of Atlanta. (Ca.: "Almighty. mterciftul God. Lord of Hosts, we hittnblv beseech Thitni' Al nights help for our Germnoa la:her land. Blass thte entit a Germtnn annn miont. lead ts to siCttory. and give us grace that tee nay sholtt ourselves as htristians ailo torards our onenties. Lot us soon ottain peace, safeguarding lastingly the honor and independcnco of Germany.
HOW AND WHERE TO KEEP HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
HOW AND WHERE TO KEEP HONEY. Honey needs to be dry, warm and in the dark. Moisture injures either the colub or extracted kinds, by reason of honey's peculiar affinity for moisture. Cold ausces both to granulate or candy, and so does light to a certain extent. So never Iceep honey in the cellar or ice box. i'ut it in the warm store root, or any place where the tempera ture is comfortableand the air is dry. It will stand as much as 100 dog. Fah. It extracted honey has granulated, as it somnetinmes will despite the best care, it meas be restored to liquid condition by setting the eon or pail in water shoot as hot as the hand can bear-l6i0 leg. F,,h. Better have the water not ,juite so hot and let it stand longer, for too touch heat itmpairs the delicate "Airs l" exclaimed the proud mother, and shook her hend rigorously. 'My Elsie, for all her learning, has not ony more airs, so to speak, .than her poor old dad." *'"Thtet she woon't turn up her nose at Iher old frionds?" queried thte s-...
THINGS THAT HAPPEN. STRANGE ASPECTS OF WAR [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
THINGS THAT HAPPEN. STRANGE ASPECTS OF WAR An inspection of the account books of many old firms shows that during the Napoleonic wars the books were kept by women. All the mnle clerks were engaged at the war. In France the commercial work is now being almost wholly performed by women. In many cases ladies have volunteered to take charge of the counting houses of friends who are ot the war. It is said that they are doing their work re markably well.
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
TURF TOPICs. (By "Flemington.") We may congratulate ourselves that the stayer anioiig thoroughbreds can still find opportunities even in those days when the sprinter is so highly. prized. It would be a good thing if more money was devoted to the encourl agemtent of stamina, but in this re spect we should be thankful for small mercies. The craze for short flutters has in late years become so great that it is somewhat surprising that an at tempt has not been snide to reduce dis tances in our eiidurance tests. In Syd ney, the Metropolitan, once a two-miles event, has been reduced to twelve fur longs, and the saone thing has happened in colinetion with the Tattursalls Cup. Thanks to Carlita, who went out and set the pace, we saw a true race for the St. Leger on Saturday. There was never much doubt about the result; Mountais, Knight just bobbed along be hindi Carlita until it was time to make a move forwarl, and the moment he was called upon he silenced the filly. In the last furlong, Ma...
TURKEY AND THE WAR THE INVASION OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
TURKEY AND THE WAR THlE INVASJON 01' EGYPT. Mir. J. M. F'awaz, of 10U tlrum rtmont d street, North Carlton, writes: The Ottoman Emrpiro enjoys the tiis tillction of being rotmposed of more widely dift'erenit elemenlts than te LI other Emipire in the Vorild. As loan as 13 dlifiereut nationalities, -lpeaintkn as many difgerent languages l, aii idopt ing dilferent religions, ireeds ailn habits are reluctautly bound togethiei uc'er its sway. These, however, can e rce duced to two mnain ilivisions, niamely, 'urks and Arabs. Unti lt the oserthiros, of the lsnsdiaiin Regime, the Turks were, through the weakness and-disconrd( of the other elements, the toasters of the situation. All government posi tions were reserved eolely for them, anid no Turk was trained for soy other pno fljsio0, colsetenutly, as nasty ine cessary positious were ircitfl as there were suirptlus Turns to provide fot, anti the other races known as Banyahs or tlopendants, hald to pay the piper. Since the introduction of r...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
COURTS OR PETTY SESSIONS. Healesville.---Every Thursday, at 10 a.m. Lilydale.-Evcry FUriday, ·at 9.30 s~m. Warburton.-Fvery Saturday, at ()30 a.m>. Clerk of Courts.-Mr T. B. Wade. Police Magistrates.-Dr. R. H. Cole and Mr I. Morrison. ,District Justices.- . B. Lithgow, Coldstream; R. II.. Ienty3 Wonga Park I he and Dr. A. E. Syme, Lilydale, J. Rouget, Wandin; J., Wallace, Seville;. .. CBridger, Croydoni; C. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Crcek; '.X Privett and W. Jollifllfe, IIealesville; H. Ewart, Hoddle's. Creek; J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, Warburton; J. II. Thomp son, MA.A., Silvan; A. G Buller, West \Yarbirton; Jas.Hunter, Bee nak; T. :W. Simpson, WY. A. Whar ington; A. E. T. Payne Lilydale; Richard B. Kelly, Oroydon; David Blair, Hazeldene.
MR. JONES'S COFFEE. PICTURE OF THE TRENCHES [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 March 1915
MR. JONES'S COFFEE. PICTURE OF THE TRENCHES Cheerfulness under difficulties is the surest sign of a stout heart, and that Tommy and his officers have it is proved by many a story from the front. No better story of the kind has, however, been told than the following from the pemn of Mr Harold Ashton, in the Lon don "Daily Telegraph." "Hark at it," said the soldier jerking his bandaged thumb towards the battle field now enshlrouded in fog. "At it again I Sheer waste of good stuff. fightin' in London smoke. 'Ell and 'amnmer. .. . but it ain't oll 'ell and 'amamor across there. I've lied eight days in the trenches, and they've been not so had, considerin'. Our little dug out was so close to the German trenches that you could chuck a paper dart into 'em dead ea.sy. We were so snug and so well found that we came to get known as the Hotel Cecil. Not marble 'alls exactly; bhut I've been in worse trenhes. Our officer-a sub he was, and not long out of Sanudhurs to judge from his goin' on-was ...