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TOO GREAT A RISK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

TOO GREAT A IISK.-It is 'oo g~reat a risk to depend upon neigh Ibors or sending fov mediciine it cases of enddon attack of bowel com plaint. Tl'hink of the suffering that1 mus(. Ihe endured until medicine can h obt:aineld. T'he sdff way is to keep C(llnherlain's COlic and LDi:a~ hIca R]emedy ab ',avs n hland. It has never iailed, to Irlievo (iarr lhona, ldyscticl'v, anltl pains ii the stoltach, and. haLs Lsaved 1moe puin and suffering tlian .ny otllhr iCedi cine lIjown, sold by J. lIutchinson, Lilydale; C. Hansen, Mlillgrove; Scott and Allen, Yarra Glen; S . I Bradsdhaw • nd W. J. 1)wbourn, 1I?,:1qij l ' • 3 . c, i..

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

LILYDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as below: Melbourne. 7.20 a,.n. 11.15 a.m.,'8 p.m. daily. Money orders-9 till 4. Mooroolliark, Ringwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.". daily. I.IHealesville, 7 ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.rr daily. Warburton, Ya. ta Junction, Laun ching Place, WW ri Yallock, WTan din Yalloek, Wa in North; Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railway Station is'cleared daily previous to trains leaving for Melbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. IMoney Order Office closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 n.m. to 5 p.m. _Parcels Post Maails and Registered Mails close at 11. a.m. and 6 p.m. WAIIBURTON MIIAILS. Mails :lose for Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale, 3.15 p.m. daily. Received from Melbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. daily. Mails close for ?M'ahon's Creek mud Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Hondays, Wednesdays and Fridays SHIRE COUNCILS MEET: Lilydale.-Fourth ...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

Looal Information PENNY POSTAGE. The new' postal rates, including the penny postage onl letters, came into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: THROUGHOUT THE COMIMON WEALTH AND PAPUjA. Letters, Id per -oz. Letter Cards, single, id each. Do. reply, ld each half. Post Cards, single, Id each. Do. reply, id each half. Printed P'apers, Od per 2oz. Books, printed-Outside Australia, 01- per 4oz.; in Australia, 0~d per Magazines-Printed in Australia, Old per 8oz.; outside Australia, Old per 'oz. "Hansard," Od per 12oz. Commercial papers, patterns, sam pres and merchandise, Id per 20oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, Id per 4oz. NEWY ZEALAND AND TIHE ISLANDS. The rates of New Zealand, Fiji, and British Solomon Islands are: Letters, Id per loz. Post Cards, single, ld. Do. reply, Id each half. Letter Cards, single, Id. Do. reply, ld each half....

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

LILYDALE: CARRYING BUSINESS: A. .J. POYNER ICENSED ARfRRIER. ALL TR'AINS MET. Orders.Promptly Attcndted To. CHARGES' MODERATE. FURNITURE R~IOVED SAt Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and bUILDER, CLARKE STREET, IILYDALE. I'RICES SUBM\IITTEID FOR ALL KINDS OE WORK. JOBBING WOKi( A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TEA it4J.t:S J~ubei4om .WISHES to convty his' Thanks to tihe Lilydale public for tihe gener ous support given him during the pasf year, which has beei very lib eral indeed. Also to idthiiate that hie has purchased a very 'Fine Aosortment of NOVELTIES. t NOVELTIES. OVELTIESOVETIE. OVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTION\ERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONEIRY. well worthy of insIection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP.. .Wishing all Patrons the Compli .ants of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK ,Vish?- : atimate to the Resi Sdents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now cairry .ing pmn Business in MAI1N S...

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Upper Yarra Races. ST. PATRICK'S DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

Upper Yarra R.ces. ST. PATRICK'S DAY MEETING. There was a large attenda;noe 5t the Upper Yarr~ma Racing Club's meat ing on Wednesday last, all parts of the district being well represen ted. A good day's racing eventua ted, and the officials carried out their duties efficiekntly. Tho rcsult6 were as follows: FLYING HANDICAP, 5 furlongs. AT. F. Clarke's Gallantry, 7.12 1 R, Oliver's . Clard, . 7.6 ... ... 2 W. J. h1arley's Rivulus... ... 3 1ictting.--3 to 1 on Rivulus, 2 fo I agst (Gallantry, 5 to 1 Clara OPEN PONY RACE, 14.2 n.u. R. Oliver's Claro, 9.0... ... 1 A. Williamson's Sunlet, 6.12 ... 2 D. Elliott's Deisht Lady, 7.7... 3 Betting.-4 to 1 on Claro. OPEN HANDICAP, one mile. - W. J. Harley's Rivulus, 9.0 ... 1 V. Duffy's Langiel, 7.3 ... ... 2 Bectting.-4 to 1 on Rivulue. DISTRICT NOVELTY PONY RACE, 4 furlongs. Golden Queena... ... ... ... 1 DISTRICT HACK RACE, 5 furlongs. Akhar Kahn's Lucy Locket (A. Poyner)............ ... 1 Bcbting.-Even money Lucy Lc ket. DISTRICT TROT. Traf...

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SLATEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

SLATEY CREEK. (From Our Own Correspoudent.) A v rv s'ccerssul harvcs! o' no rl was held, in Mr Tharratt,'s 'barn onl Tuesda.y evening, 9th March. There were about 100 present, including a. nmlber of visitors from Yarlra ,unctin. 'iThe barn was nicely dl corated, and reflected grcat credit on the ladies and gentlemen who undertook the task. The following programme was gone through:-Or gan and violin musical selection. Mr L. and Miss Spicer; Solo, "In Jesus," Miss Wegener; Recitation, "The Signal Box," Mr Pettitt; Duet, "In Galilee,' MIisses Elsie and May Witnish; Solo, "The Wreck," Mr Lovell; Hlymn. "Sowing the Seed,"' S1lty Creek Choir; Solo, "It is Well," Mls Wcgenlor; Recitation, 'A Boy's Troubles," Mrs Saxton; Solco "W\\hat Would You do with Josess?" Mliss Lut; ]Hymn. "\Ve I'lngh the Fields," Slaty Creek Chair; Duet, "Life and 'the Stream," 31i Lovell and Mrs Pettitt: Solo, "Hallolujah! What a Sa~iour I Mr Wegener; lte citation, "Whistling in Heaven,'i Mrs Lloyd; Solo, "Lead Me, ...

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

~Blssbe~Jaiz~r ~Z1~U Tobktl bll~rl ·Ic~OUlw·Ol. J-~hLLI_·l~f -~Fp Y ·TP V L~- U ~BC·r-m ublo Ntice Colonial Bank of Australasis LIZMITED. Authorised Capital £737,931 10 0 Uncalledl Capital £193,195 0 0 Paid-up Capital £439,280 10 0 Reserve Fund, £230,0000 0 A BRANCH of this BANK is OPEN DAILY at LILYDALE. And AGENCIES are OPEN for Gen eral B.nking Business as follows: YARRA GLEN, Tuesdays, 10 to 1. WVARBURTON, Wednesdays, 12 to 8. HEALESVILLE, Tuiesdays, 2.30-4.80 Thur.days, 10.30 to 3. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXED DEPOSITS a;s follows: 3 months, 2) per cent. par annum. 6 months, 3 per cent, per annum. 12 months, 33 per cent per annum. 24 months, 4 per cent .per annum. By order of the Board, SELBY PAXTON, General MoaSagr. A local paper wants all the local printing. One penny per week for the paper is fair support, but your order for printing, either 5s or LS, is far better. ?B.. B, Y[ORTON & SON AUCTIONEERS, Estate, Stock and Insurance Agent Queen's .Walk, 72'. Swanston Btree% ...

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LILYDALE JUNIORS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

IJLYDAXLE JUNIORS CLUB. A l-care and- entInisiastic ittend anco was p. ccut ia t ic Public-dib rnary oln Sat;rd:y -'vening last, Wlhiecn n, mccting i-was held -to form this ycanrs playing tiam. M? G0o. So r I 1 was appoilitel hon secret:y, to work in conjunction aitli iMr 8. Goode,'hon. ccrdtary of thho scn iors. A letter was read -from l~i H'ollowa, of Wbl a 4ndii, ,ugesig the io fornatioii of an associaion, and"i was "decided that if tIhe clubs mcq tioncd in ?Ir ]Iolldway's lettcr werp agreeable to an ~ngo limit for pllaty ors, tlhe team wouid cnmppoe; o~lhel? wuio gamts yill be 4rrainged with mctropolitan julnior teamns, {ill sult ches being playned at, Lilydale.

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FOOTBALL. WANDIN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

. FOOTBALL. . ...WA-NDIN CLUB. . ; The annual meeting of t heo :ibJv ciub :was: held. on . 41th- *March ait t;hou residence.. or Mr J:, ITary. F'::In the.i absence of . the. president. the chair .as 'occupied by Mr. J. Mlit chcll, sen. T'he balance sheit was adopted. and .showed-: tlha.t' t.the 'ssets were f-3 ?.'s is9d ..' 'w .as resolved thit members' 'tickets' bo 2s 6d ecacli for the ensuingi .yeari:';'lih. 'rmembers 1 each; anud that the, secrietary:, writf to the "Lilydale ..'Express "-asking for. quotations: for same. The followinig were duly elected as oflice-beareis for 1915:-President .Mr -W.. T. Sebiro,; \:ice-ipresidenti Mir . J. MitIchll;', sen; Treasurer,' 'Mi A. Bhlanksby; Se.i'elary, H. M I H ,ol lowayn; General Committee, Mlessrs J. Dorgan, 3 J. Haly, 'II.' Lord, -II Matsobn, sn.," jiand'.' . Parry; S4elc tioni Committee, 'Mlessrs H. fa.t'son. D: Lyall, H. Holloway, A. IHen'der son; and J. ILay, Captain. Mi" i.' Hay; Vice-captain, 'Mr J. Dorgan.: Dolegats, 'Messrs. 1...

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FRUIT FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. UNIFORM SYSTEM OF BRANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

'RUIT FOR: NEW SOUTH WALES, \ UNJFO.HM S"Vy'1'E0L OF . BR '.1ND1N Owfng to e (;lc 'illiclcti os which ia I6 bcen oxperlenceld in conniec tioni. wiuli tI1he 1ta'isport l;of Ji'rit for viirded fromin Victorital 'staFioins; to Syciydncy, :aid iii.; coiuplianiico \ithl ccrtain represent itihous hicli. IaTo bcon riadu by: thli' ri'uiL Section of he Sydincy 'Uinlibcr cof Commncirce it hits been decided by ith Viclior ni0 tahilway Ooinimissioilers to in iroduc a . iuniform systlem in con ncction wit li oe bhiailiiig of casos, ,\ilti t view to faciliutting the tran-i :liiipmcnit ia, .Albury and delivery tit D;irliiig nilrboi 'uud'telid following islrnection. in 'regard (hcreto lias utcordinigly beeu a issued to tuho:sta tions concerned: "WliOa tIruck lIcEad coCsignmnOt aire forwarded by ononseiidur to one cons'gnco. the ocse ghould b3 stcnf cillcd at ut c cli d witi aitln ovor-riil nag lrand, inclepoidently of any. braniud or addresses Wlhich lhmy be shtmon f'o' thle iiil'orniation of the c...

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OBITUARY. MRS BELL, SEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

OBITUARY. . .MRS hElL,-SEN. - . On thlie 27th of list month (says the "Mlessenger '), a'fltr. : protiact c,. illness, borne Wxith Christian. for ititude, Mrss Bell passed.away at hor residenice,: Gulf SAt:ibno Yarra Glen. TIhe deceased lady, who as w .a native of .Scotlauid.C was tjibor ii) 1831, and camne t;o Victoria in the slhip ' Int-riusic in 18,11r when only seven ycars' of ago. She wia;s mhxa ri ed on 19thl August, 1860, at.the residence of her Ipasen~ts, the late lMr and T3Ms (Wsilliam Litule. of .Broug bim streeL, Richmond to Mr WiT Bell, of -Yusrra Glen, b who- prede ceased helior by 37 ye'irs. - .: i ' r.The latea 31r1 Bell arriive in: \ic toria, in t;he 'David Clark:' tireo yieuars e'uhlid" thuslA "rs. Bell, uid :for :ir: sheort time lived .withl his p rslrt' t Dimnuotid. Credek. hand .iater at, hangal:oo Crouund .[-le iftirwa~rdl purichsed u- est'tet: :it ¥Yrr\ Calan., where he cirirrie4 on famling mand g'tziug until he dnAied in V.he ear 1878.. ll's. Bell rsctained the...

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SALE OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

SALE OF FlItUI'i. ¶Ihe wrcehouse of "I. II. BLrun niln'Py. Ltd., Elizabeth street, Ml-, jdiurlc, was crowded utmost to thei pmilit of sullfoction onL Mond:a.Y morning, wlicn an Iucltion su.'C of ruiI': a.nd vegetables grown by .li aine" Melba, at Chonmbo Cott::g'.g eTns held in atid of the Bclgian RI.e iiedf Fund. Owing to indisposition. Madonme Melba was unable to act s?? uctioicer, and the sale was ,mn d.ucted by Mr B3arry Lupino, the 'ipular comedia.n. assisted by \1 iss sbis bll: D"Armnalid .nd Miss. Ver:; :tIPcice;,? of thl e '"F!'ollics"' Company. 'lie .first artiole submitted was a i'ncky '3been .'. which :was knocked do.n to Ma·; LlmeI MIelba?.for £1. end Ithen resrld., -A ltrge sized carrot ~~s nciit:: offbred. Mr Lupino ex to;liled the irl;ues: of this particular veg'etb,,cle, hich lie persisted in elli g u c o''tr-'ieirt,': and ,after keen biddulg it ; \ aSa soCli foi' £2. Much eiiimeriinnt ims c;aus'Ud )by the spir iied co?aii .itfiilo.indulged in by Mr T..-J. Corbstt ac...

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MADAME MELBA'S HELP: CONCERTS IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

MADAME MELBA'S HELPI CONCOERT; b IN (REAT BRITAIN. It is aOlinnounced in Eiigland (ihe "Argsl.'" I.olldlli correspondelit ca Ibks) thai;t .lindarme Alelba, will re tilili fromii Ausiitrailia on April 24. mind give a series of Rocd Cross con certs thlrollughout _ire~t Britain. [T'he ? dio noolti:,lned in the rbove iilcssago is incorrect. Mailamse Melbca Iorginally arra nllged Io lolve on 14th April, }ut. her liprsOt iitcnltion is to sail from Alustralia in IMay.]

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BALL AT WEST WARBURTON. BELGIAN FUND BENEFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 March 1915

BALL AT WEST WARBUR-. J3ELG IAN FUND BERElITh. A "griaund ball was held in the \Ves A Marburton Hall cn 5th "11arch 6n, asid of the Belgian Relief Fund. Oveir100 people were prcsent, many coming front a distance to help make the function a success. All thoroughly enjoyel themselves till the woo slml houllrs. As a,. result of the ha:lI. West Warhburtonites will hand over a cah balance of '?l3 l.d to the "Argus' fund for 'tho telgians. l,:speciay in tihese bhad times, iwhenii there is sueh a iconi s? uit lldtllanlll lll o l o's pocket l. the result is highly satisfactory. 'The coninittcc wish to th:ulk oie alnd all for sliulporrt given for this do serving fumi.

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

WARBURTON. "(From Our Own Cer'espondent.) cEas Moer nd?y' Attraction.-Fuir the bestL of causes, tho.relief of thle staryisg Belgians,' Warurvia is .ar Ianging an. E;',ster aIltraiction. A. committee of lahdies' .with. Mliss lIodge as hon. : secretair, is engagced ini busy prieparatlions for . Jumble Fa.ir e. it .side shows, wlile, the axeiiieis of the dsisrict are arrang:ng a lbig a ood cholipping contest.: Only on~ thlfing is niodel--a oobd trophy. ti "it tl'ac aixcmen froin a distance. The hien will cut mad hnaul he logs, andl piy all* prelimimnary exptenses. \\Who will <tflcri . trxphy? l Fire Bilgade.--Our tLeamn arrived honmel; witholut: prizes cerdinly,, bet Withi tihe :,satisfactioi of Rnoing tlht inti spite of: being only a. fort nigliht in operation. they hald put ip int competiition t perforimaiice ,h;-aippoints tod victory in' thle Inoxt ouninamnent·. Thliough :handicappe:d' Ib using bprrowed c apparat;us, the 7m11put11 up excellenti timet in thei sprints; Fred...

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THE MORNING DAWNS, THE SHADOWS FLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

311 I. I : l ie ilcSS I- 'lit i TIii i: la-i. x-y. I : "Thr " e iii Lnt ou a iiill rc 3 ic :nI'e i '-ofo 'M Ih e L t iooi.' 1ii'itt ii's tlhiiit'tls iihe iiitud th e i t,'dii n iihs o thie g iopu o t ,1oi sf tutu'ill flood chio~lllln T ogyloves that~ we havec beenl livingb thiryeiwold wtieii tte'itt''~i o modir -sticoneied-icie (tc aeio "tiiibiitale niti'5 terrCc:ific "tonii titisill·_tl~ `.Icofin ;Iintcf~p tiretest' oniet Citiiin'-soeiot tin iii I, jittiit c iti otigoiie t hat l idoss any~)'~ etiio'fl~~· tiiitt act-I' ·li tea -it.' I isiice :it I ice 's h 'sil (~lieu~. J tui o t~c t:'io tiii t gI~:Ml.ji'e~ r!iit Isw.Eimi ~Itcji~l 31 ilt: ~j 'i~m 0In li t - of. t1i ii t: c i llnin tic itib lo, j~~oi~:l ttii ci~iilrl bcs.- ieo10rte'iitiii Ci lilt a tiiv t coaleC q O tis 1zCItc 1 of' ithitc ;cii;ci'slr. to-i c~nii o o~t ,, ,iife- itio of'Di ii .1 gi - of i i Oz - iil 110 h t' ii lo eyer oti i n itiniinci I -o tliio b-icwiutli tie ii-" ''ti it; oflrcOl i if i ii k if-tdoei -ill'iete RI...

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FOOTBALL. WANDIN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

FOOBLL. 'A tNDI[ GLUTD inmcoting of tha dtioxe club was hcld on ]riidav eovniug last, Mr J. 2ditchcll (vicO-piesidcont o being in tho chair,. A good del :of coricspoild onco bias dealt with;ann intei:of grcat intercst to pthlic chibbiitlihc icecqipt of iG Ictter fronin lr Thors. -chibue who dya.ted lOs. lid to The funds and oulrt.c'd to spply a now oothib fi thtibhist match ot the soasoni iThe scbretaiy wa s inssruct ad to \riilo and thusk Mr Sdbire for his liberal Iftofer . iw 'ee ison fooit o prtsent fthlito sec retinar CMr i ibdion, 1 ithl a medlA lotl serveces fenderead rho citib is holichg i graind 'soc$1 itn the Thche abi'to .ahl on Jtridiy, 91h Lpril, and after oxpunses lre id. the bliaanCe wil'be. lihtebdd to the Belgian ie80 lief Funid ednussion, gents 14 Sd 1 dideosu e itioi 1d T .o ecieeary was iniitn d to ocdke 100 member, tiee kcts foiona the 'E1i' <'' oi'le 'the :l :;,*ticig~ good lrproreCss, aInd ntiticipates n prosperous season, We go to school to ikiarn t...

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"KEEP THE FLAG FLYING." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

"KEEP TIHE 1LG rLXTNG:t' (To teEdi .)t - Sin -B"avo iesidents o Yarra Gleint You xTere not frightened by the 1bogcy co roulghlit ;\ax, aind Pestilence. but, possessing stout hears incl thinkin" of your town and. cistrict. you hcld yonr show. ready to pjit your hIands in yoiu pockets if it should inot py, and not ittin' down wondering if it Swould pay; h:but oing ahead, hop ing it would do so, and if not "Well, 'e've kept the hlag flying, the district in the puhlic mindj and cncourageid thlose wlie have struggled to k.eep prnoduc stock, etc., in the eset conditioni possible undiei the circunistauces of the very dry stason. Altogethcr yon have bne:i an objcot lesson to towns.iri the Shire of Tily3dale-espcc:ully Lilydile w hich, with its larger pop ulalion, should leicl· the way in this. quasrter of the land; but wiohich alas! through all. the causec that go for degeneoac3, cither in indivi dual or commu. nity. i slipping mere anct mooc out of smght, andh, if it. iieoo hnot feo the ra...

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"SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

'SUPPF6 LOCAL INDUSTRY."' CTo the Editor) Sir "Contractor" should bie thanked by all right lminidlc resi-l debts of this towan who have the mhisfortiiune (aritten diiedly) to be in business. A town is going to prosper according ·to how i is treat· od by ist own- people. W T hsee markets growing up aty Ringwood, ianra G(lebn and: everywhere: but Lilydale Why ? Simply for the sanie reason aJs Cantnictor callsot. tetion to rso prioting. Nothing in Lilydale is good enough for Lily dalc. The people h heen woolng the stoinger -id the outsider foi ycars unltil pritically ll.industry is gettiig acripp led. The printer. giceri diaper cordial maker, etc.. a11 suffer.; iN loycity, ino cohesion; jealousy inmpant "It's a good idea1 ibit £I did n U think of it, so must vote 7 i nst ith t: smoke hight tariff a the ire party a concert' tnd ac lbowlinig ev ening, a baths sports aimd "gop to town"; a, d so on it goes-never of one mind, never, pul ling togethe.I. There are just. a few -and veryrfew--k...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

(To thc Editor.) Sir,-My friend Heimessy is kind ness itself. ..Just noew hles intensc lv jteorosted in the war. Ho very ncaxly draggeoit me ever the rnilwxy Sttillon to a. bIuxom little lady who peias la)clled, "'The Belgium Wid ows' Fund." Shle wvas.ra·ttl a little money box, end jnst draggmin the coins out of ithe hard-ups.l "F-si," sivYs I, 'Is she thc ,widder 1" <You'd novel have thought it I lookrd igai n, and sire n:iiough it iais, as plain as could' bhc "Bol gi-ne \Wides;'s und" ,'just 'the onci singular. possessiv" v- idow. 'A r ih ther' s hop" for mie yet. I'l1 get 'noether room tomy:1 old shanty and Itlhdre'It sooen be no nieed fos the money box . ocus etc. M I ONELY.

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