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THE SEA TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

THE SEA TRADE. How far it is possible for Germany to affect our oversea trade is to many a debatable point. There is, hoseover, little cause to fear that any serious damage will-bo done. It is vory siotice able that where a ship happens to be protected or armed with a few guns it .is generally loft soverely alone by the enemy's submai'inos. The East Coast. of England is peculiarly liable to attack by reasdon of its open shores, and here, for the most part, the (laulage is being done. lIt is only necessary for the British Fleet to blockade the Straits of Dover, and screen the North of Scotland, and there would be no chance; but an occasional one for any enemy craft to get out. Up to this, this has not been done, and the open route is being utilised by the Germian boats of destruction. The pinch of hunger is being severely felt in Germany, and there will be maoro hunger within the next few months. The desperate at tempts being made to deprive England of the advantage of oversea trade ...

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

MELBOURNE LETTER Vhom our Spocul onrespondent.) Some suburban branches of the Aus tralian Women's National League are arranging public meetings to stimulate recruiting, but it would seem to be wasted offort. They are very 'much in. earnest about it. They get good speakers to deliver rousing addresses; they arrange . nice programmes of. patriotic music, and 'they get together attendances that fill the balls But the people who compose these atteudances are not the right sort. They are omin ently respectable ladies and gentlemen, but in the first place they do not need imnpassioned eloquence to convince thuem of the need for muuore men for the front, and in the second they are abso lutely ineligible for active service. Some of the ladies bring their knitting and are stirred to dropping a few stitches, perhaps, by the thrilling ap peals to patriotism. Everybody waxes enthusiastic, applauds to the echo and sings the National Anthem with fer vor. But at the end of it all, to use a homely ...

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

LILYDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as below: Melbourne '7.20 a m., 11.15 c.m., $ p.m. daily. Money orders-9 till 4. Mlooroolbark, Ringwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.D. daily. Healcsville, Y ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.3l0 a.x daily. Warburton1 Y: ra Junction, Laun ching I'lace, Y ri Yallock, WVan diii Yallock, Wa:A.~ in Nortir, Scvillc, S.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railway Station is clcared daily previous to trains leaving for Melbourne. Late fee oharged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order 01ice closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mails and .Rcgistered Mails close at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.

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OUR SOLDIERS. FAREWELL GATHERING AT EAST WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

OUR SOLDIERS. FAREWELL GATHERING 'AT EAST WARBURTON( On Saturday evening, 13th inst., some 50 persons gathered at."Beech ton"' East Warburton, in response to a general invita'ion thoughtfully issued by Mrs H. T. Burgess. The object of the gcathering was to bid good-bye to Mr Angus M'Leod, n very respected resident of the dis trict, who has joined the exped;tion anry forc,'s, and is at present camped at Broadmeadows. Advantage was taken of the occasion to help swell the funds for the relief of our brave dllies, the Belgians. The weather }ms pleasant, and a very enjoyable e cuning w-as spant, music and danc ing being indulged in by most of the guests. whilst suitable speeches, in honor of the occasion, were made. Mr M'Intyre, the schoolmaster, spoke of the sterling qualities of the princil al guest, Mr P'Leod, andall present felt sure that he would bring nothing but credit to himself a-cd the districut he hli's Fred in for* so long, in his manly efforts to do his duty to our King andw...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

Looal Information PENNY POSTAGE. The new postal rates, including the penny postage on letters, came into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: TIIBOUGHJ-IOUT TIHE COMIMION WEALTH AND PAP UA. Lettvrs, Id per {oz. Letter Cards, single, 1.d each. Do. reply, 1lt each half. Post Cards, single, Id each. Do. reply, Id each half. Printed Papers, O(ld per 2oz. Books, printed-Outside Australia, O0 per 4oz.; in Australia, Od per Soz. 7'lagazines-Prinlted in Australia, Old per Szo.; outside Australia, Od per 4oe. "JIansard," 0hd per 12os. Commercial tapers, patterns, sam ples and merchandise, Id per 20z. OVERSEA DOJINIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, Id per (oz. 'JE1\r ZSEALANI) ANI) TIlE ISLAN Di. The rates of New Zealand, 1Piji, and liritisih Solomon Islands are: Letters, id per gos. Post Cards, single, Id. Do. reply, 1d each half. Letter Cards, single, Id. Do...

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YARRA GLEN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

AI RR GLEN SHOW. T lie"nia Olen Show on Wced nesdayj' proved ihighly.successful, the alttendance being- good and the. one-: i: &rics numerons and of good qul' Iit-u . Tbe Sho i 'vwas,-openid .by Mr Jas. RIdorret, II L .A, inemberi foir thc dis *rig icTh1 be follow-mr ein.C tli. rPiio winners in- lho borsse sctions thlie judges being Messrs 0 and P. Draught stallion, (J. Tinnms' TCici ,ilal Goodon draught geldin", I. J: Iaitli re, diaught more with foiu it foot; A HollmlesT draugrhit fo l . Iolcn, is oUgloroigbied inulie and odr 11 'I l.aiirispn's Fairy Qucen lid oi·1 b3lrlakpan, foel progeiiy of jloiinio; K'linney, T. Mulcintyro; -spr?·ing cart mare *or gelding, C, -TinZ Evenits.-L-rnt hopse overi fenc1 2ldis: Iirisli's nominalt ion . '1.1 Li t-hgcw's Odoejit 2; Iuggrr moe or rreldinrr~ C~Vliite;' gnir-.nan' bar P. Liiow s Cuolari1; lady's bnIkC a. 1 H. iainsai .J; ltvli ridei. Mi nww CLuoitt 1; I lade ri'd. 18r and miiii . 3I 3 O lli, .ii;li Tui .iinu list Ii lI I iiili. T....

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") It is impossible to take too grave a view of the parlous condition to which the country has been reduced by the depletion of the supplies of fodder. The threatened action of the New South Wales Government to forbid the export of- fodder over the bordwr of that State las tilled the stockoewer with apprehension, for there is .pite insufficient Victorian chaff or lucorne loft to carry on the whole of the do -mnand. The position of foddor supplies is a very serious one, and without hop ing to. inflate the prices already fabu lous it should be faced squarely. In the first place the supply of Victorian oats is as nearly exhausted as it has been for many years past, and Tas mania has sold the most of its crop to Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia, having little surplus left for sale. The next source of supply is Now Zealand, which, with a crop estimated at 10 million bushels as comptred with the 14 millions of last season, has sold a fairly la...

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LIGHT IN ATHENAEUM HALL. EXPLANATIONS TENDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

LIGHT IN ATHENAEUM HALL. EXPLANATIONS TENDERED. At; 3Monday's mcetling of the Lily dole Shire Council the poor con dition of the light in the Athenaeum Hall on the crening of 1st Febru .a7ry was again mentioned, ahen the following report was received from the hlalkeeper (Mr F. 13 na-an) - Tn compliane wiith your request for an cxplanotiois of au report rc ceived from the mainagcr of the lbilylale Gas Co., I wish to state * at I lwas painfully surprised at the unjust statements contained therein; also at the action of the directors in dealing with this mnat ter in such an expeditious manner before receiving a complaint from the council or ma-self. I have no desire to be vindictive, but in fair ness to myself and family, I wish to point out a. few inaccuracies. MIr Slectli says lie was in no way to blame for thme had lighting of time hall on 1st February. TIn m report I kiid not refer to the light ing of the body of the haIll, which was not of the best at. the begin ning of the concer...

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

RINGWOOD MARKET. D). . 31:Utollanid aud. Co. ioporiL 1e\ hcldc our usual. wpcklv Elido on Moiudajy, id had a full y'ard umng of iAll classcs.\ Milkcrs mmfl 1dtm quality .'in£6 ins: to.4i- os; £7p10 geis £7 ()A £8<10s, £9;,c api gilmg hamifoito £G6m TGfdh Iaril do to £7. Pt 7 a bilocks to £9 I7s lid fith oo~s, 1ighl-wem'dm £7 3s t . £8 j1s lot hamolfu. limh Sroight, -i 85s5 f10lo' coise $ £ lc tost 1 )lO .d; chopers, s .to £3 ol5 01(1 mimimfwiot rc cws JOks tm Ojs ulls 7, Gd to lS Df to: lGlIs to £3 smiiplly. owe I Wa orlo rs .' 13mms tII.t s Gd, suc c8s8soI I is"d. I owl, cock ciim intl Gs Gd; Ien , 2s So en1;pullets, Is to i s md: ducks, to o5 chickens. Gd to is 30. I:umnhm. tol0s? shecep. to 2Is 1 ( UnI idhc - X fi10 of*at lii hep *l y 11(1jiim a't bitid oto\ liucl hre. *Ic-mnnprro. ( 1mm mli) ne li] mmii 1I~nin .,cmjm at WSrbufmmn him ur mlox mmads, ofsposmimŽ lrith'm 11tel \Ye m' i ym I m 1(i) 1lmnc ml iis a Cittle.

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WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

WEONGA PARK. :Fiom hO i 'Own igietsonde nit ~iT-i iutd Tiuks' oiv~in~: -Onl Sun hl div cvngi Ti.iIlait a stTh Ihanks ciivinga oradjwas held in tht.i lcli al institut. 4.. xciive tn d fliie ol fruit veeilb:es,Eflowvers cis d pie scrves laOSi mlale ini factn , ndfstl' yeyrythiiiing*' t:1lt, ould. be producec frome the soil was on vien ann rectectod oieditisia tlios' whoif hio ght the poodsi forward. Many were dis* appoint'd in not bcini able to add somethii' to i the exhii : I.itrongi thein hivost b'inig , ain hue cil-ac countilof.e the 6 . a on This niovi idca 'w. as solely de ito oir Wiebb li~e locil peirchler, to 1i: Churck of Chiist ; wllho gise n copd dHad of timne to the underta king.1 'ni it *s plea~sing to sa~y that ho expiessed his athanks. and was surprisel ait wvhat cowii be done inft so iiioit i lime. Pheic wos 1, Iir ac ttend mitce it tlhe eivicc. and M1i Webb its listenej to ittcnbtdii cl whil he. expluniec the obiject oif his. ef Ioi le. ' stated t luit the exhibit wei ...

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COUNCIL'S GIFTS TO SOLDIERS. LETTER OF APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

- COUNCIL'S GIFTS TOI SOLDIERS; JE2R OF APPRECIATION. A't Moliday s meeting of the Lily dal Sihie. Council, the president in nmiat.ed that he Bad received a let mm r bunfcini oeo thea members of he Eipeditiona ry Force, -ho 'had 'iaceitdi e 1 awllet? and autographl let l;c friin tihe council, showing howy hlicse gifte were appieciated by the mci. 'the letter was os followus Ph iesident Lilydale Shice Ceou Sic,--Ivin~Lg oeceik e 301 y mos appreciable souvnenir at Coloiibbo, I amc 'rui tin to exlpress my thanks foc same -mcI hIiavt no doubljt that every tineI I look t oi think ef it lie hue e wiords accompanying it 'u-ill help mile gicatly tod my luty. : As -cetalin? restrictions. ure puit on: ourm coirespondoice,. I tim unabli to s-my wheie we are or give you the dale bulfit to dat' we have ·alletd at :albans3 Colombo, and Aldenl. We liavo hind a very line nrip, as wiei have not had one rough day tnad verjy little wind or rain. Conditions aboard haue been pretty goo d, -and on the wh...

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DANGEROUS DIP ON THE SETTLEMENT ROAD TO BE ATTENDED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

DANGEROUS DIP ON THE SETTLEMENT ROADI 'T.O IlE ATTENDED To. AL Monday s mcoting of the Lil y ablc Shire Counicil, Mr Fcrgcs Scott., ntrodioecd by Cr Blair, interviewed the council re a bad place on the, Jettlemcnt-road. M r Scott said ho ivould like first of all to thank the tauncil for the splendid work they Jad done on the road, which was flgA in very good condition. The nily il]y bad part was the (lip aceSr Mi rli chlll s wood yard, and nam shed, which was in a h:.rrible bondiion. -nad in winter would be almos4 ni nsssablc. lie understood laV Mir Mitchell ba'l been prom sed an overhead bridge across this dip, but i mlioiirlj J pipe culvert could ab pub thliiiough and built over, which Would be teas costly. The work "as worth doieg, for it would be s great, benefit to a large amount af trillic shicli went oser this road. Tihcr bad bcen a lirge increase of ortepalers it Mouint Ivelyn, tLnd it. (ois expected there wouldc be caannvaore in the ncar future. They aelie ruxupios fort Lil...

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£ S. D. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

OU'R AOCOUNTIS foi- the quartci ending dOli D]ccmlbei 1911, lia:e been rendered, and a proimit. set tlcinent, cspcoiilly of thoso conside erably . o craud, is aeqested.; FRI)AY, MARitGC 26, 1915.

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

* CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association SEVILLE v. LILYDALE. The above match- (the ist for this senson's competition) Was doni mencld a' Lilydale on S~aturday last Lilydalo batted first anid reiinaned at hlie wicke1s iuntil time wdns called. Scores: · II. Morton, not out;: ;.. .. S4 q Deschimupy; runi out ...; .. 28 S. Goode. cb fluDie1k~ ,.. . FII Rnuisayb N. Wallace R. tleng b ?. V~alnce.. I Feinton, b O. h C V aiae 19 IL- Irutton ruin outib . 0.. I. hoden, e, b O.C Wllace 8 8 1kThhAike c 1) C. Wallaco 0 J. Kin ,ac and b Duok .. Sundries.. . . Totld £or 9 'violiots ilk16

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

CROYDON. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Mr i)abb's practical Jilk on .Iker at .the Gutilk ,roetin' on 3Itoiidat night last was .listenetl to with Itrou itLtrest, a Sd the *Irargo t4sortutltct of it itorestin' ohectttS, techiinti -thie hE.sllftory of the dillai 'nt eo telpc la to nt-ko the .subjcct quite a live onc. 'The -ittendance s'hts very goot tlso. Rev. H. 31 :irtlno presidin". Ih tic lnis cour1 .should ,provc a lince cotiot on Sticth nexl. lrug. panrt' fi rotgh city (ony o: witomn wisli prov cdc h ne ttintnnt al the 1 selt titior oncert. in the esenivg) sl tr h .cl0 1jtl the loa cmtpton aot -the pcourt tn c thelxaggna por.y htolong Qit- iso oco ho ar io'~ta theOtttea ccc wh thirt Ot ia 't to Cati at licuao cln etn Moctg'tic - wi tltir bigt shpuits and-o plt pisomtet a itf whe or rvvr o dw'o itg ulcouid piove- a doItl -to lsowi . cit -olsase.: h i elt :·:i' around~ onte' as~iihr *usicteeispnttal ~r·~ gras···. '~-·~T--:·S~;'

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COLDSTREAM TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

COLD$TREAM TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. PATRIOTIC RACE MEETING ARRANGED. There was only a small attencl* ulce at the annual niceting of the ahove on Thursda~y night hlst at the Olinda Hotel. Lilydale, Mr W. La\wlor occupying the chair. The financial statement- d1slosci . highly satisfactory position, the orofit on lost race meeting heiug £414 8o. The receipts t tolled £219 18s 10d, and the expenditure £139 Is 3d. The cl)b has now a hal anco of £80 ls 7d to its credit iu the bouk. At the 191 ra1ce incoins g the amounts recois ed fior admnission and bcolanoikers' fees respectively were £53 lis lid and P" Is. while the ls-st meeting show ed a i incrcase to £87 18s rorc admission and £31 10s for boookmaoeke' fes. The balance sheet asd fiasncial statement was i cad. andfi idA tpted, on the motion of lcosrs o. Block and G. Murphy. The same oflice loarers is lost yeasr were apppointed, wiih the ex ception of lIr Athertou, who was elected as w eighlc. On the motion of Messrs C. Ifur phy and I...

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

SRINGWOOD. ·From Our Ow i Coreispondenl.) A mctin" to discuss the pro posaI to. loin ai Itifle Club at Riue. 16Sod uas held in the :MLecl-iscs' fastitute on £lihuisid of I ist weck. )lih · sci anis , dittonidace.oti about 10 psople. Pir 1' ccalier cedrltaiitun.lil he Defence depan tmein ,atttbnded, intd Outlised the conditionls undse vwhichi the CGovernimeit would gi'snt issistasice towinds foisnui t-h club. . cosix clvsatioinal discussion took place 'sand it xps decided tihd the lub· .hould t bc formed. Aio A uhecinass i expies ci liiioilh lingness 1o . xsw i rainge to be estaoblished n Atsny auitable site. to sbanfoid in1 his piropertyi Abouxt, 310 namiies of insostncdiing mnembes s weire Is-inded ni., ncrd the: meoting closed. with e 'etc of tb inks to the cth'insr.i ' inal 'rrng.e-u mentsuir sit bc iide it mutis e meethin A mectiss o of the Senisoir'enit 10T 'wss held in the lodg r oom iii iueiisda c Cy i & ivhitg. 16i lws (ic le sdc to holdthelio ainuil gtlihei ins, hin...

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THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

THE LOCAL NEWSPAPEH. The local newspaper is tho best friend that a, retailer can hope to have. It is the means by which he is enabled to carry hist business messages right into the heart of the homes, where they will be read and listened to by ovory member of the household. 'he loc1al. newspaper stands by the l''cal merchant through thick and thin. Like the trade paper, it works when it gets paid and ohlien it doesis. Thlie mirchant who dnein I use Ihis local paper liber illy is iayin' fmr it j]ist the same. lie inn vio think si, hat hle is. The loca'l paper is the backbone of "ood go;ciriimient. It is the most potlet iorce inii mouldingi publuic opin ion, and to credit of its Ianage mcii, 1) it said, that as a class the local icnapiper is the most incirruptible institutiome of the rpcs Cemt da y. It therm is a single ret-iler any x huer iin the countiry lho does not uiiee lis local an;; spalper liberally antd intlligelntly, he is mnakiig the gie etest isnitake of hiss business car ...

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SEVILLE v. MACCLESFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 26 March 1915

SEVILLE v 1AOCOLESFIELD.* On Saturdaa 13thi March, Seville journeyed to Macclesfield to~ play the local iteam, and hla. a vecry cnjoyable afternoon. Seville had the best of tlhe game, and won easily by tan inniuigs and 38 runs. C. Wallace bowled w elI, Weuxtrlng .) wic k6cts for 15 r:uns, including thse hat trick. La.Page was also success· ful; takuling ( for 9: Scorcs:- Seoville W; Paynoe b Wa tson ... .33 N. Wallace, c, .b Nobelius 62 X.X- iDock, b Wdtso .. 12 0. W-alhce, b 2'obelius 7 C. Hand, c, b Nobhlius... 0 O 'A Oreshaw ,nob oub 10 XV. Orenshaw, b NobeliUs S E Rcad, inot out . Sundrie. .,,,.., . 1 Total for 6 wickets o...156 1tuacclesfield W atson, b C Wallacc . . 7 lEcdford, c N. WXallace h C Wallace 11 &. 2obelius, bi Pau ... 0 0 . Hunb P hyne ..u b, anO JO W Smethurstb b Payne 2 7 Grcixterox, b Tayne . . ... 4 t Borland, b XXldlace. 3.. 8 R i Nobelius, e b Waullace C Czirnn, c, h Wa llacE ... .o A. loirhaud, b Wallkce... c .. 6 Clark, not out1 Sundries... 3. . Lot...

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

LILYDALE: CARRVIMG BUSINESS· A. J5 POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MIET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CHARGES MODERATE. * IURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. I'RICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF. WORK. JOBBING 3VOBK A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TEA ROOMIS WYIS1HES to co'vry his Thanks to tho Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, which has bccn very lib cral indecd. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Asortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NO VELTIEc. NOVELTIES. ,OVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of inspection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. WVishing all Patrons the Compli 'oents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK JiYish" it aimate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing on Business in MAIN ST., and exiasi:, by courtesy and s...

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