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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

JOUR LETTER BOX Without necessaaily indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may be intelligent iy and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on candition of receiv:ing the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guaranteo of good faith.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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AFFORESTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

AFFORESTATION. The poronnial subjoect of forestry is over with us, and demands our atten tion. Several of our prominent and vigorous societies aro pushing tho mat ter with somo show of carnestncss, and tho occasion warrants the push. Yet it sCeems strange that such an important industry as timber growing should have beell so long neglected. True, thcre is not a quick return for the lubor cx pendcd in planting timber trees; but he is only a one-eyed man, who, having the land exactly suitable, and probably fit for little else, has no ambition to provide a first-rate harvest for those who are to conmc after him. Conluner dially, as we have already pointed out, we are losing many thousands of pounds annually Isy not growing our own wattle bark. Africa bids fair to outdo Australia, and is already suse ceoding ini this respect. Wattles grow in a very few years to a stage wheu they can be stripped, and a succession of planting will ensure a continuous harvest and a profitable one. Encour a...

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LOAD EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

LOAD EVEN. Jo loading a waggon place the load evenly over the iront and hind wheOls. If any diflerecije is mnade it should be on the lind wheels. T'hey are larger and hence do mot sink in as deep as the soaller front wheels. 'The fact that. the load is farther from the teas does lot increase the draft on the wag gon. Wlihin the teair is hitched to something dragging on the grosud then the nearer the team is to the load the lighter the pull. This is lue to the fact that the nearer the tean is the moro the pull cill ho upwn ri, thus helping to reduce tIhe friction between the load anid the ground.

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GRUYERE, [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

GRUYERE, (From Oar Own Corrosponideinl.f) Efforts ore beigr. mice: bliy &1l local School Committee to. induce the Government, to build? n'ent. school, as the presentC ogRc is Qyier crdwcled. Last Friday Miss Slixde, hai in structor in swimming for the Edu cation department, ottrdcd. th0 grive ccrtizicates for proficienoy hi twim miug to the local sicholars. Mfr 3tall s two sons were succoessfl, Oiu teacher has been very ootjiusiastlc in this matter, and the childreon look forward to her woekly lessons in the local miniature lake. Miss Slade gave some very interesting demonstrations in life saving, re Ikaoving clothes while Ireading agej etc. An unrehearsed .performance took place while the demonstrator was In thc water. A ram, evidently not: appreciating his drinking Water being disturbed, charged t'gie Spec} tators, who tliercupon gave a Uife sav·ing clemonstration on their own account by putting n fenpc libeween. The~ trouble then was to rescue kiss. Sltac, and the boys an...

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INTENSE CULTURE A LA BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

INTENSE CULTURE A LA BEL GIUM. It is very interesting to learn of the magniflcent spirit of the Belgian re fugees in Epgland who have decided, out of gratitude to England, to reveal the system and methods adopted in Bel gium to grow as many as five crops a year. The idea has been suggested by the Queen of Belgium, and experts are being permitted to show the Britishers how to do the work. The experiment is not a costly one, and it will provide the wonderful little Belgian people with employment until they can return to their own country. Naturally enough, the Belgian authorities are not anxious to establish their people, or in such a way, as to prevent their return. This then gives them the opportunity for a successful enterprpise that will not rob England, or prevent a return at any time when the war is over. The Bel gian Government has approved of the scheme, and soene of the most influen tial people of England are acting as a committee, or what is termed a non profit society. That...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS OIN lURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILlERY ESTADLISHED OVER S33 TEAMS. MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape ? BRAN DY cognae J The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh stewart'Founded 1779. AS DRINK STEWARTS I" W hisky I ---- II - - -- FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasure-reduce raste. People who handle things in every day use are the na'ural inventors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn Ihe procedure as to pa tenting in the chief oountries,-the,& seoure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention ;'ut him on the track of famous and wealthy inveniors. Mr. F. Town en...

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

(To theiEditor.) Sir,-&S.oiug` Us-st the li 'i dle l3nl gian Ftund. Sporbts committee, com bined iitli the ladlies committee, considcr .it so hi'hly importaut to hav e b liquor bfoothal t the sports to be ,held on , ApLril 17lli next iri order to attract tie people of this district to it;: seeing after -ill thai has been said of how \ne can tabsor lutely trust the pejople not to over indulge; seain tinhta the .public will lie Iso cgers- to spenia theri mony provided they can get their jbt of beer or ghstrs of nhisky as a stimu lant-I prcsume aot; for their b-dice but 'to make, them open thein peo: kets to 'help the poor stdtrving Bel gino's, who harie sacrificeci thesir l ves, their homles their dcirs ones, and their country, for the s-ike of upholdsin honor;-sceing that ;he publicans of this town Sre ftumb· ling over eclh otlier in thuir edger aees to donale large nmounts .to the fund .and een going so f-u as to offeir to provide beer at cost price; aind seeingr thab t port...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

FOR WOMEN VIy "Ambresine.") Ere the cold soeason has begun, we have already tired of the all-black vel vet hat that descended on our new sea son's dress show in countless thous ands. The woman who aims at distinc tion in dress, will not wear the black velvet- hat, and the smart milliners are busy imparting touches of colour to their headgear for her choice. Suc cossfully achieved was this aim by a hat artist, who lately showed a delight ful hat of kingfisher blue brocade shot with silver, the brim bordered with skunk, and black velvet cods caught down by exquisite roses in faded tints. Smart clashos of colour are introduced on to velvet toques by means of long pointedl wings, covered with iridescent enamel varnish in bright tones of green, purple, or gold. Twe- wings crossed in front of the hat crown is one mode of trimming, but jauntier far, is the single wing set rakishly on one side. Charming are little hats of col oured velvet with jolly-bag crownt and narrow brim, banded round ...

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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. 2iONTIJLY M1EETI.NU . 'Thec ordinary mnonithly nceding of .hlC liovu couuicil was held oit lion doly last. Present: Ci's Waltace (prcsidcn t). liurgi, llaugc, Hughes, Than. ht'tllic, .Plai', IDalv, ll1'AI CORITESPONDENC'tf From hrunicip:n1 Alssociation, rc questing that: the council sup ply tiiy motions which it. desires considered at the annual conferenco.-eceivecd From Shire of Trare.lgon, cnclos ing cheques for £1.S 15s and £170, for ront anid purchase of the stone cruslher.-iiccivedi. * From Croydon Progrrss Lcague. requesting council to provide four nde' seats in lieu of refund dcue (to th. Ileagu.-The president suid this nppeiare 'o be a fuir request. -Or h1'Alpin moved thalt the re questb be eccedccl to, on condition that the couicil has not hlreacdy iptaic its.shire .-S condd bdy hCr D'ly anid carried. Froiii Lil3 d ule Progiress ssocii tion; statmin that tlirouh an vCir siglht peisission was not sought to Orto'it a' ent: iee'r the bowlimng green, ian...

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COUNCIL APPROVES OF BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

COUNCIL APPROVES O BOOTH. The applbcation for permission to Via-va a booth at the sports was dis cussed at the Lilydale council meet ing on Monday last. Cr P'Ci-h:e moved that permission be granted.-Seconded by Cr Het~hcs. The president (Cr Wallace) said he did not think it was right for the council to hlave to decide this matter, and hoped it Would not be long before it would be decided only in the Licensing Court. It only made Lad feeling at the coun oil table. Cr Hughes said it was nonsense to say that because there was a booth men would get drunk, and thought. the question should be look ed at from a broadminded stand point. Cr M'Ghee said that as the pro ceeds were to ha devoted to a good cause there should be no hesitation in granting the aiplication. Cr Rouget referred to the fact that nll the great leaders, in the old land-Mr Asquith, Lloyd Georgo, IKitchener, and others-were doing their test ta ceutail the consumptiofi of liquor, while Russial had volunn tarily surrendered ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

rubic Notices. Colonial Bank of. Alstiralasia (JJMITIID. Authoriscil Capital £737,931 10 0 Unucllcd Cupitail £193,195 0. 0 Paid-up Capial £139 280 10 0 Reserve 1' und, £230,000 9 0 SBRANCH of this BANK is OPEN UDAILY at LILYDALE. ind AlGENCiES iro OPE)N for Gen eril 1Baukizn 1usiucss as follows: YARRA GLEN, Tuesdi3is, 10 to 1. WARBURTON, Wiednesdays, 12 to 3. HEALESVILLE, Tuesdays, 2.30-4.30 Thursdays, 10.30 to 3. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXED DEPOSITS as follows: 3 months, S2 per cent. per annum. 0 months, 3 per cent, per annum. 12 montlŽs, 3h per cont per annum. 24 months, 4 per cent per anmum. By order of the Board, SELBY PAXTON, General Managor UNDERTAKERS. BURTON BROS. UNDERTAKERS DESIRE to thank tlehe many clients thlrough the Wurburton district for t-heir past support, and wish to stato that tlicy nrc making arrango. inelns to sitaion i Ioiarse in West \wirburton, so thiat they unay: ho tablo to supply the needs ef the district more elpicntly and econl orniCailly. Prices and punr...

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BOOTH OR NO BOOTH. FOR BELGIAN FUND CARNIVAL. PUBLIC MEETING IN FAVOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

BOOTH OR NO BOOTH. FOR BELGIAN FUND. CARNIVAL. PUBLIC MEETING IN FAVOUR. Thcra was a large attendance at the Shiroe Chambers, Lilydale, on Thursday evening last, to consider the question of the advisability or otheriwise of having a publican's booth at the forthcoming sports meeting at Lilydalo in aid of the Belgian Fund. Cr H. Hughcs was voted to the chair, and explained the object of the meeting. Mr O. Wright moved that there be uo puiblican's booth atl the sports. and in a fairly lengthy speech point ed out his reasons for opposing the suggestion. From a financial point of view, if they ha~d to hold out a glass of beer or whisky as an en courageienrt ta rise funds for such a deserving cause, it- would be bet ter th ,drop the movement from the start. Hle understood that one of the local publicans would offer a good sum if there is no booth. Taking everything into considera tion, he thought there would be more money raised if they had no booth. School children would be present; and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

IIl For Contripation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Jncdigeniion. A eRg 6 CY0, C . 8 . H~LE Y . inccessaor to P. 4C.I ILL &cO. GEJERAL STOREKEE'ER WEST WARBURTON FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Drapery, Grocey, Irkonmongery Boots and Shoes. GIVE ME A CALL ! All my Goods are of the Best Quality, and my PRICES~are MODERATE. E Agent for MVlelbouirne Daily anriWcekly Papers. Also Upper Yarra Advocate. Cumior s:eith and Co.'s Manucc. Noorth Bri ishi a d Mhrean ii I sunra: c0 C > Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron LILYDALE BUTOUERING CO 1.. .. . . 3YItOLESALE AND I'ETAIL BUTOIIElRS, ^'TLMAUIN STREET ILILYDAL Primest;Bcuf, Mut ton ,.Corncd T'af IPork naid Tou always obtain able aLt ldrock 1ric'es SmaW1oods- aheis CAVE IliILL BACON and CHEESE ya~aysonairind .Customers waited uponad i y aild ordbre 'pron'ptly attendee t Accommoodation houss Splv Gtedrah hT'or An hp-to-date' COOLINC'r CMIBLERis ittachedto the premi3es to3 cope aith the hot weath r J. GILSON\ Manaiger. :~ Burton ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

K Public Notices. TUESDAY, APRIL 13. YARRA GLEN CATTLESALE CAMIPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) will hold their Nusual 3i-monthiv Salc in their yards at Yarra CGlcn on the above date, whcn they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRINGERS, FAT AND STORE COWS,. pud lihes of DAIRY I!EIIERS, STEEliS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entrics now being received for this Sale by CAMPBELL & SONS, DOURKE STIRLEE1, M1ELLLOU RNL IR1CTGW-IOOD MVIAIK.T. IW,GLELLAND 8' GO. STOCJ?, STATLION, AD, JAND ESTATE AGLNTS, OPPOSITI E STATION, * 1Tsers W.adD. ? l'COlIlsand, Auuclincurs. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY MLON])AY, at I0 pmn. ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, lIGS8, rO ULTIIY, 1URNITURE. Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoisinua yards. Capacious Storage Room for Fur niture. Monthly sales of Cattltc etc., hold at our yards, opposite Leith's li tel, Warburton. W. CLIRK ,Local Atent ENTRIES INVIThD* [Camberwell Grammar School DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL, BURKE RO...

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BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

:jBELGIAN RELIEF FUND. TDhe first. of a series of cntertain maits in nid of the Belgian Fund vas gvivii to a fairly large aud-. ieicace oniaturday evening last. in the eo:eluide' 'Hall,. Croydon. MIr T. C' Boyce, of the Tourist Bureau. gave a most jnjoyable Iceture, en titled Picturesque Victoria,"' illus Iattred by a largo number of photo. graphiic lant'Aah slides; shocing cove ra 'lof thlidinobsb charming holida·y sosbitsn aill parts of the St1ate, from 3ececxiortlh and the Buffalo Range Sto i rtlaiid, Peterborough, and ,loreb ;l\nd spoits of interest and aehtiuty to be found at various parts of tthe Dividing Range. The lec - t ure x ias' punctunteci. with humorous aniccdotes, 'as' well as descriptions "i t t1ias s and. means of travel 'The -lfon. J P. Jones, M.L.C., pre i ided nid urged at length the tiiong l1aims of the Belgians to - . tlheJi ympathy uand help of Britons me eyiuccli The entire receipts of the' ecituic x xill be devoted to the LoId .iayor· anund. ['smceeting is c...

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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

NEWS SUKMARY Mr. Justice Hodges has been nomin ated Ftr appointment as president of the Court of Industrial Appeal under the amended Factories Act. This course has been taken after a confer once that was held by the Attorney General (Mr. Mackinuon) with the judges of the Supreme Court. Hitherto it has been the practice for the Chief Justice to determine which of the SuprOme Court judlges should hear in dustrial appeals. In deciding that the work should be undertaken by the same judge in all cases, Parliament consid ered that more satisfaction would be girds through the closer study of in dustrial laws and conditions that would necessarily follow. A further amond ment in the Factories Act provides for an assessor from each side to sit with the presidhut of the Court. Judgment will rest with the president alone. A net profit of £4,775 is shown by the Co-operative Film Exchange Ltd., Mel bouirne, for the 12 months to February 28, and the balance available is £4,988. From this suite the...

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POULTRY NOTES. INTRODUCTION OF PURE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

POULTRY NOTES. INTRODUCTION OF PURE BLOOD. It is a. mistake to put newly-pur chased birds immediately on their ar rival with other stock. Keep the newly-purchased birds by themselves for a day or so to see if any contagious disease breaks out. Birds displaying unnatural breathing may be considered s affected with some ailment. Examine carefully the inside of the bird's mcouth, also eyes and nostrils for signs of roup. The mouth of a healthy bird should be clean and wholesome: The breath of a healthy bird should not smell in the least degree. The excreta of all purchased birds should be noticed. If oxceedingly whitu suspect kidney disease; if greenish or yellowish then liver disease-minor and advanced. re spectively. - The comb, too, denotes the health of a bird. When it is white or clark some thing is up. Though there must be some care taken in introducing fresh blood, yet it has to be done to keen up 'the vigor of the stock; but the flowi of now blood for that purpose must be intro...

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OUR INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

OUR INDUSTRIES. By the Commonwealth \inist'er of Customs' returns for the last financial year, the tidy sun, of £51,810/8/- was paid out in the shape of bounties to manufacturers in Australia. The idea is of course to encourage Australian in dustries. The bulk of this amount has been secured by G. and C. Hoskins, Ltd., of Lithgow, N.S.W., who receiv 0(1 £40,120/18/7 for the mansufacture of pig iron mado from Australian ore. £7,131/13/2 was paid to the sammie en torprising firm for smaking steel from the pig-iron. Lysaght Bros. and Co. Ltd., Sydney, received the remaining £4,853/16/3 for the manufacture of wire-netting froum British wire. I.n con junction with the idea of encourage mont, but under a different heading, the sum of £13,975/4/7 was divided among 88 participants, among whommi were: F. W. Hughes, Ltd., of Botany, who were paid £9,083/17/3 for wool tops, and Whidden Bros., Ltd., Botany, £3,622 -/11 for the same. Sixteen persons re ceived £143/17/3 on tobacco leaf, suit able...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XLIV. RUINED AND DESPERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

STHE MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). OHAPTER XLIV. RUINED AND DESPERATE. The roar of thousands of voices car ried the name of the winner far over Goodwood Heath, and the Marquis of Belgrave knew that he was ruined. He niuttered a curse, drew his hat down over his eyes, and made for his luck less jokey. The bystanders could not hear what he said, but no one wished ti stand in the boy's shoes. Then link oig Ilis arm in Waverley's, he strolled up to the ducal carriage, and received the condolences of the ladies. "Never mind, Lord Belgrave," said one, whose beauty had become a by word; "bad luck on the turf, good luck in love. I pity the woman who tries to resist you." A gleam shot from his eyes, but he bowed gravely, and hoped that Lady -- Gladys would give the prize in the con solation stakes. "Askc me to-night w hon they are playing 'mon Amour,' " she answered with a fascinating smile. And as he turned away, he know that if he lis tened to love that night, it would nei ther be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

E A. ATHERTON ( Central Cash Store YARRA G-LEN, A GREETING To Our Customers and Friends. *W6 ar here to stay. We are here to uii a.a success. We liko the country and the people. Wa like Our Busi. ness, cand atrive to increase it by all bonoursblo means. TEiE BEST GOODS and TLHE LOWE 'RICES are what count Qua Order Will Coevince You. First-class 'alct in DRAPERY OLOTH-IIEG BOOTS & SHOES IPRONMONGERY CIOOKERY GROC EREIE Ordr&' et)lveraed adl over th, Ditrist Don''t forget the Address. E. . ATHERTON '/ARRA GLEh'N AC liNT FOR rho Nationl Cattle Food of a!l kinds. Londno and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Areu1, [Ailydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTI11NG. l1l1E It UURt NE\' W \PA1E1 The graeeoi6 aiCL-( cou cp ift'nv your newspiaper is your JO IiRIIT lING if you do nobi feelt tb1o to rui aidvortisements, you -can .give the newspaiper your cards, dodgers, billlihds,:ad cnclops, add all bust ne6s pirinting to ccxcute. The news pnlpr in in wa nts it, a...

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