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FOR THE BELGIANS. LILYDALE RESIDENTS TAKE ACTION. SPORTS AND SYSTEMATIC COLLECTIONS ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

FOR THE BELGIANS. LILYDALE RESIDENTS TAKE ACTION. SPORTS AND SYSTEMATIC COL LECTIONS ARlRANGED. in rcsponose to the public meet ing called by the Shire President, es the result of, a requisition ad vertised in last week's "Express,' thero was a largo and enthusiastic attelndance of ladies and gentlemen at tile Shize Chambers, Lilydale, on Thursday evening last. P'ending tho arrival of the Shire PI'resident, Cr Hughes was voted to tho chair, and explained lucidly the object of the meeting and the de serving cause they had met to pon sider. There was dire distress in Belgium, and help was urgently rce qluircd. It, was resolved, on the motion of Messrs 31'Uhee nd Jalnsuon, that Mr A. Stallworthy be appointed sec retary to tho movement. Cr Wallace, shire president, ar rived, and expressed his'pleasure at having received thle requisition to call a public meeting to consider the best means of helping the Bei gian Fund. I-IHe trusted that some thing would be done worthy of tlhe line distri...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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SCIENCE IN ANIMAL BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

SCIENCE IN ANIMAL BREEDING. (By Frank A. Hayes, ill "Hoard's Dairyman.") In thi days of our forefathers, stock breeding was not a scelnco, but was carried on without any knowledge of thie great sicientiic prilciples that un derlio this gieat lield of activity. 'Tho success of the early breeders, cannot but bo regarded as remarkable when we consider the great halndicap under which they worked. Animal breeldiig is not only a sc:cnco but an art as well. In other words, in order to be successful, a breeder IllUht possess cor tain natural gifts thalt not all lman kind possess, and le must be a student. It is only during the preseont century that mankind has begun to acquire accurato knowletdgo of the operationl of some of the laws of animal breeding. Since the discovery of 1900 of Mendel's work in crossig plants, the science of genetics has lirdo rapl)id .trides, and evidences of the true bohaviour of ani inal chlaracters ire beginning to accu mulate. Any facts bearing 111upon011 this im...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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BOWLS. LILYDALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

BOWLS. LILYDALE CLUB. (By "Jack-HIigh.'l Great intorest has been tak'Ln this last week (quite a large audience at times) in the play of the semi finals and finals in the Lilydale dale club's tournaments. In the semi-finals for Dr Short's trophy, for first and second place players, A. II. Wilson beat G'uthrie, and Gil. soun beat Lowe, which leaves Wil son and Gilson to play off for the final. All the other finals have been played. A. E. Wilson b''at J. Mcnzios for the Championship of the club, and wins the trophy presented by the club. Stallworthy and Middlcton beat Duncan and I'cttit. and therefore win the 'Pairs Hlandicap T,'ophy given by t!ioe Pre sident. C. J. Mlitchell, Esq. .Morton beat NMatthews in thle final for the Wilson-Watt IIandicap Trophy. The Rink Tournamcnt Trophy given by Mlrs C. J. Mitchcll was won by Phillips, Morton, Morey, aind Clem cuts; six rinks competed, three be ing from IIcalesvillc. It. is very s:tisfactory that all the competi tions have been completed tt...

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

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

In the Rechabito HIall, Lilydalo, on 20th March, a ltntern lecture, ''ictures of l'alestmne,'L wal be given in aid of the P'resbytcrian Sabbath school. A euchre party will be held amongst members of the Lilydals Literary and Social Club on Sat urday evening next, elch member being entitled to bring two ladies. A meeting of the Lilydalc Pro gress Association ,will be held at the Library, Athenaeum Hall, on Monday evening next, as per ad vertisement, when important busi ness is to be transacted. New Insolvent.-James March bank, of lHealesville, saw miller. Causes of insolvency: Trade losses, pressure of creditors, bush fires, ana losses due to bad weatler. Liabil ities, £1970 12s; assets, £2250; surplus, £270 8s. Mlr .Clevela.nd, as signee. The Country Roads Board has accepted the tender of T'. I'Don aild, at £2841 13s 6d, for metal ling M'Killop's, Cottinglhamn's, Stor Cr's, and Henderson's deviations 6n the ?Ionbulk road, and also. por tions of existing road, It is notified -in this...

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

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for something now, which, however simpie ~ may hbe, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. Lot it be more conven tnt. or promote pleasu--r-redce wa-to. People, who handle things in every day use are the na'ilral inventors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrOw. ietad the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as ato pa tenting in the :,hief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that worlrkman or foreman, or your ingenious Irend has produced a clever invention;, ut him on the tmrack of famous and wearlthy invensors. Mr. F. Ti'ownend, an editor, says of the "Inventors: Glide," "I am re commennleiding it 0trongly to friends. Best of the kind I .ave eeon. It should do a lot of good. It is an incontive telling hium where he can obtain the "In vcnturs' Guide." i. For yoursoell obtain this bool, whic...

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

Public Noticos. TUESDAY, MARCH 23.: SYARRA GLEN CATTLE S.. ALE AiIPBELL .& SONS (Kirk's.Bn zaar, Melbourne) Will hbld their .usiual Bi-monthly Sale .in their yads at. Yarra Glen on the above date, when they .ill, have. forward the iisual yarding of.. MIILKERS, SPRINGERS, FAT AND STOIRE COWYS, pid. Jies .of DAIRY tIEIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG. CATTLE. Entries npw being received for this Sale by : OAMPBELL & SONS, gOURKE ,,STREET, MELBOURNE. JS EMAT?,. O!€)X ,I,CLELLAND o GO. STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE: AGUENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, liIN GW U D Messrs W. and D. . l'Clellanad, S Auctioneers. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY MIONDAY, ,L 1.0 p.. ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, PO U LTRY, JLURNITURE, Eto. . Splendid Accominmodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Rooni for Eur piture. Mionthly sales of Cattle. etc., held at our yards,- opposite Leith's HTo tel, Warburtoh. W. CLARKI, Local A. geot. HNTRIES INVITIU-) Camberwell. Gramiar School DA...

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OUR LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

OUR LETTER BOX Without necessarily indorsing the dpinions of our oorrespondents, we shall be glad to insert coinmuni cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may be intelligent ly and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on c-ndition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but asa guarantee of good faith.

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THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. The local newspaper is the best friend that a retailer can holpe to havo. It is the means by which he is cnabled to carry his business messages righb into the heart of the homnes, where: they will be read and listonied .t0 by every membe. of th6 ,household. The local newspaper - stands by the local' merchant through! thick and thin.- Like the trade p'nper, it works when it gets paid and when it doesn't. The merchant who doesn't uso his' local paperi liber ally is paying for it just the same. He may not think so, but }he-is. The local paper is the backbone of good government. It is tlihe most potent force in moulding public opin iou, ahd to credit. of its manage ment, be it said, that as a class tho local newspaper is thei most incorruptible institution of thepres ent: day. If there is a single retailer any whero in the country who does not uso his local newspaper liberally and intelligently, he is making tlhe greatest mistake of his business car eer, for the loc...

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AN OMISSION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

AN OMISSION. . (To the Editor.) Sir,--ln fairness fto the gentlc mma. who was responsible for t;he success of the function lately held at. Wonga Park, for the purpose of'farewelling the three young men W'ho have been patriotic enough to .offer l;their services for their coun try, I would like to draw your nottclition to tlhe fact that your cor respondent omitted to mlention the name of MIr H1. N. R?ead in the report of the proceedings. This geuntleman was untiring in his ef forts, and there is no doubt that. theo. success of the evening was Iart ly. due to.his unceasing energy ir .carrying out tihe secretariat duties. -. Yours, etc., CREDIT WHERE CREDIT JS DUE.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XLIII. FRIENDS! [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

-- - THE MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XLII. FRIENDS! Thes blinds were drawn down in No. ,Jermnyn street, but golden rays ?P tared through etery chink, and played here on a glass vase, there on the jewel studded handle of a Turkish pipe, as if eager to announce its presence to Cap taii Val Beresford, whenever he chose to take the trouble to open his eyes. With a sigh he awoke, and looked round the room, stating longest at : fair head which appeared over thile baci, of an armchair, as if he could not imagine whose it was. The hair was just the same color as Deverel's, the man whoml he had quar relled with; but it was not likely that he would be in the same roomll with hilm, when they had not spoken to each other-was it for weeks or years' How long had he ibeen lyilng there? It was not his own room,, for there were lots of things lyinllg ibout whillch had never belonged to hilntl. lie was inl Lon don, of that he felt quite certain, for there was no freshness inl the a...

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

ATHERTON Centrai Cash Store YARRA GLEN, ,A GREETIING .To Our COstom.ers.ani Friend, We ar here to stay. We are here to mrsk. a succ·ase. We like the country and the people. We like Our Busi. Sness, and strive to increase it by all honoureble means. THE BEST GOODS and THE'LOWIa PRIOEH are whet count. SOne Order Will ConvUince Yo SFirst-class Vahlt in. DRAPERY OLOTHINO : BOOTS & S0OES IRONMON IKEY CROOKERY GROCE I RT-. . Orders Dehlivered all ',,ir tti.. District D:. ' ' )on't forget the Address: E. A. ATH-ERTON VARRA GLri'N A(;ENT FOR -The National ?attle i'od ?i ;: kinds. " .*.. London and Lsancashire. ~ir .Ie,,'d:, ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilyrldal Expre.s s , all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. "-HELP YOUR NEWSPAPER,. rl -. - The greatest aild o' vi":?rf give your newspaper is your JOB PRINT ING. If you do not fe?l able ':to run advertisements, you can gi{ve ' the nIIewspaper your cards, dodgers,' S billhcads, envelopes, and all busli ness printing to executo. The news pa...

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VALUE OF CHEESE AS A FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

VALUE OF CHEESE AS A FOOD. the fact that lwhen it comes to the furnishing of genuine, mnuscle building, waste repairing food, cheese is iu a class almost by itself, and haa butter l)eaten over and over again, is not as widely known as it should be. The truth is that cheese is one of the great es:;t known protein foods that it is irate. ticabllo to nlanufacture or produce in intmens~e quantities, bIeing much richer, pound for pound, in Inusele-formiing material, than meat. On the other hand, butter, being aloost all fat. is a good heat antd energy producer, but laeks altmost entirely the mnuscle-fornm inlg elemellts of fool. Fronl a general dietetic standpoint, it mtay be said that batt?,r falls largely intlo thle luxury class, being aIn expensive but very eas. ily digestedl fat, but cheese is a strong. economnical foodl, suited to those who hIave hard work. \While we are not ad viasing farmters to chlange butter fac tories into cheese factories, we have no hesitancy in saying tha' c...

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. --t The war is hitting tile nitrate of soda industry so hare that the Chluliu (overnuinent is said to be giving pe cunlliary assistalnc to 106 nitrate lirnms in order to provent stoppage of work. It is estunited that tile number or hugs lost throughl swine fever last year in Aimerica would have been sutlfic:enut to supply vc\'ery family (average 4. per sonls) in tile States with about lulb ol bacon lBacteria are tile lowest formls of plant lile, anld are not of tile animal lng do11 as is coniUIoniy slllpposed. l'lhey art= ellen tevrmed "li.?sion futclli. un aceoun ll t oeir letliUod o0 pIruOiucUln. liclterli0 o ailliy cle e?leeus lai, ai ! ill sllhapo alin sizo to sollie Xtellt ilc cordilg to the conditions under tih?ih the gerlln eXist. \\'hey, sour milk, buLLtter milk, etc., alire sollotilles used as starter, lhese stal'?rters, ill sollle lnsmulnces, re pllre culture startelrs, but they are very un reliable. It is safest to obtsuin a pure culture starter from a...

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A WISE ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

A WISE ANSWER. "The latie Bishop Bowmau," said a New York Methodist, "dined one ev ening at a fashionable millionaire's in Fifth Aveonue. "Beside the bishop sat one of those dyecd, decoletto, elderly women who are alwhays trying to be brilliant. "This woman rattled off a lot of sal ly opigrams about Buddha and Ma homoet and so forth--then she turned to the bishop ;nd said: "What do you really think, bishop, of God?" Thle bishop answered with his aonlmn smile: z S'I think, madamn, that ad} that matters in what God thinks of mnt' "

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TWO POINTS OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

TWO POINTS OF VIEW. A German allegory tells of two little girl They had been playing toge. ther in a strange garden, and soon one ran i?h to her mother full of disappoint. ment "The garden is a sad place, motherr' "Why, my childP" "Ire been all round, and every rose: tree l as cruel long thorns upon it !" Tl.hen the second child came is breatlhless. "Oh, mother, the garden's a beauti mul place!" "How so, my child?" '"Why, I've been all round, and every thorn-bush has 19vely roses growipr, or it V. Apd that is just what is happening every day. Very often whether we are happy or miserable depends on the way we look at a thing. "Marriage is so often a failure," saic Mtiss Caustique, "that I don't blame ,omen a bit for being old maids." "Blame them?" said the crust] sachelor. "of course not. It iqis their launll.'

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BREEDING GOOD CART HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

BREEDING GOOD CART HORSES. Those farmers who want to brood a good selling horse for town purposes would be well advised to go in for a pedigree miare or two, says the "'Aus tralian Farns and Home," as they are as useful for farm work as the usual non-pedigree , type of farm horse, whereas their progeny fromi a stallion of their own breed is a mnuch more sale able article, as it is usually more mass ive, stronger, and more stylish than when the mother is not well bred. If one cannot afford to buy a pedigree maro at a breeding age, however, the next best thing to do is to go in for a lilly foal or two and rear them till thiey are old enough for stud purposes. ThIe Clydesdale is the most useful breed and as roomy and big a type of mare as possible should be bought, as the heavier a mare is the more valuable she will be for breeding from. The average type of farm mare of no par ticular breeding is not. big enough to give good selling stock for town work, even if she be served by a first...

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A Martyred Man. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

A Martyred Man. Br K~r Txoas. When the family has company kt inner, the man of the house is expect l to make. a martyr of hinmself, anud arve the turkey. Now, if some one who has a geniur ,r invention would manage to con. rive a way of putting a turkey together o that it could be unscrewed, as you vould unscrew the cork in a bottle, ehat an immense relief it would be to he man who has to carve. A turkey's joints are built upon loner. They are made to endure. fhey are tougher and more lasting hen the historical "hide that was ound in the pit when the tanner died.' The carving-knife of the average sousehold is in a state of perpetual lullness, Nobody has, so far as we -now, ever seen a sharp carving-knife ,nd the people who have to wait for a .urkey to be disjointed are generally in - very impatient frame of mind, and, Jeing impatient, they are extremely watchful, and if there is anything Ihat sxasperates the man who is earving it is to be watched. It requires as much nerve to carve a...

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THE COST OF MILK PRODUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

THE COST OF MILK PRODUCTION In the course of a comprehensive re port just issued by the South-eastern Agricultural College, Wye, England, the results of extensive inquiries into the cost of food in relation to the pro duction of milk are given. Mr G. I-. Garrod is responsible for the report from swhich it is gathered that one ben efit derived from this careful inquiry has been a commnendable desire to save money on the food bill without im lairing thie effliciency of the dietary. At one time, excessive sulpplies of turnips and mangolds were given during the winter months, but in thIe past year, the quantity was reduced to an average of 52lbs daily. Of the fodder crops, hay is the most valuable, over 70 per cent of Ihay being furnished in the bulkier portion of the dietary. Wet grains are a popular food in milk die tary, but these have been used in moderate quantities. Of the concen trated foods, maize gluten feed is highly spoken of amongst those foods t hat are rich in protein. Cot...

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HINTS FOR POULTRY BREEDERS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

HINTS FOR POULTRY BREEDERS Cold is the best means of preventing th, growth of bacteria in eggs. r.he decay of eggs, as of all food material, is due almost entirely to micro-orgaluiams, especially bacteria and mioulds. These may infect the eggs before and after they are laid. Fowls imust have green food if nuIchl is explOcted of them, and it is not dtlili cult in our climate to provide for it the year round. TIhe vital factors in determining how far culling is prolitable are: First, the number of birds whose pro duction is actually below the cost of retoention in the flock; second, the ra tio of accuracy with which one e:u judge the ranking of the individual produceors.

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