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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

A. O'Shea. no ltifies in this issue that, ho .las comlmecnced bIusiness in Xsil3ydale us , generp cim 'icr. S;::' meeticig Ifoc: tlie rpurlpose of? formnnign , lootbill club: uL M.\\ar builton. ii ill: ba held" as per cd?er tiseinciti, iii the W\V?i. luoirt 1ccli niiics'. Ilistiitto on'· aatu rda~ eveni ii?' nex.f 10th Apl'il a 8 :ti 8 in .A: ;ittihtioLn -is dircted to the ce iusifincss notice 1jn t:is issue, of nairufits, the -'well kilioun salddlers,, etc.- . 38o . 1'0 . i ]Jo W 3le Jio6irne. : l~ io stock of.S ervice iblo s?ddlIes hiehss, collar, :tc.,t l1?:.' ys oi. hand at batigriti .ates, See adttertisemlentmIo.oif 1ull partica-: Wh (Ilio Lydd 10 blo ? illoei . ,i. inot adm successrit it the ouniit?r.Clubs Tlo, ailici?nits in ?1lboirn'o this .l?ts li Is. lastll year . "The.ii kkink 3cZis SLeall;orlthy, Scott Morftodn; anidT \ ilt soii (cupt.)--was beatoen in th? li'irst nine against Bll allrat'../:In the sin glesf the .-est ' pei rornmances s.?.are ptii up b'y M3essrs Stalllvo...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

i 0o E os A SONS?oHFO IS1I. Mllck Fi.sih.--1.'i.o 1st Septemrlo, t'o 15thL ])cccmbcre in each ycar (botli dates inclusive.) , Eliglish Roach. Froii 15th Septcmber to -15th No S-mbeci (both da3ys inclisivce) in. the 1oiver Yarra" from the Johnston st. Bridge to the place known as Dight's Falls. ?Lroubt of all kiids not. in digelious to Victoria -rom the 1st May to the 31sG August i~i each year (both dates inclusivo). ' Gippsland 'orch.-~rom 1st August to 30th Novemlber in each year'(both dates inclusiv). MurrTy 'Perch, including so-called Murray 3reaanm and. lur ray Cod.-From 1st October to 30th Kovomber in each year" (both dates inclusive).

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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CLOSE SEASONS, Etc., FOR GAME AND FISH AND MINIMUM LEGAL LENGTHS AND WEIGHTS OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

CLOSE SEASONS, .-Etc., FOR GAME AND FISH ---'-- AND MINIM1JUM I.EGAL LENGT1HS AND .WEIGHiTS OF. 1,'SII. List. of Native Game 1'rotect'd in Victoria under tli Second and 'Third Schedules to the CG;.un Act 1890. The Whole Year. All Australian Fauna, (with tlhe exception of Snakes) in tlhe Nation nl Parks and Public Gardens; Ac alnathasan ..or Tits; A.nteaters. 'or cupine or Echidnas; Ba.blders; :iBee Eatoers ; Bears ; Bitterns ; IBlack Coe katoos; Black Swans; Black-tailed or Rock-Pebbler Parrots; .ower - Birds, Satin; ]lronze-winged and othier Wild Pigeons; Bustard or Wild Turkey; Californian. Quail; Ca.tcrpil lar Catchers; Chats; Coach Whip Birds; Crnes--all birds known as Craneos, such as Herons, Egrets, &c (sxccpt the sNative Companion or Australian Crane); Cuckoos; Cue - koo-shrikcs; Curlews; Deer; Doves: Ducks, wild, and Teal; Echliunas or Porcupiuo A.uteaters; 'Lmus; l'Fan. - tails; 1ly-catchers; 1Frogmuouti or 'Podergus and HTopokes; ( rauctlus 'Famrily, all members of...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

RINGWOOD MARKET. D. G. 3i'Clclland and Co. report: -We hcld our markct as usual, 1usd ,'rdid about 60 hi ad of mixed cab 1h0, sclling the lct w ih (he exc )p I.ion of six. Milkers. to £l2 s Gd; spingcrs, £- .js, £6 5s, to £8 lOs; ibulls, £2 O0s to i 8 7L b id; fiLt 'cows, £7 s, £8 Ts Gd, to £.I) s; light-weights. £5 10s to £6 17i Gd; heifetrs L, t f £7; fleshy cows, £t to Lt 15s; chopl'erso £2 s to '£3 5s; rld and inferCior cows, to 21s; yeal ors, from is to 4IJs. F'igs.--Porklers 28s to u.Is; slips, 13s to 19s; sun kcrs, 5s to 9s. "o.wol, cockerCIls Is 9d lo Gs paira; ihens, s 3d tc Is Gd; ducks, :is 9d to ,is 10d. lat hleep. to i7s; a, 1;c of lalmbs. at l6s 5d. Outside-A line of fal shccp at 21s; also a line of cows aot £10 10s.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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MINIMUM LENGTHS & WEIGHTS OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

MINIMU, f LENGTHS & WEiGo?TS OE?' IFISIr. Bacrracoua, 4I oz.; .'liacklishl (cx. copt in st.reanms flowiing north from tlho: Great, Dividihg Hanige), :1 or.; lream; 8 j i,; Brea.i, SElver, 5 oz. Buttor, Fish, 1 oz.; Cat, Tish, It.oz.; FlLathead . 1 oz.; F'lounder, 6 oz.; CGarish, 9 iin.; .G iJ'yling or Yarrai Jterriii, 2 oz.; Ling. 5 oz.; Lud crick, ii oz.; lackierl,' 5 ..or.; M\ul 16, 8? .in.; .MurrL3 ..C3od, 1., lbs.; Mlurrs Poirch, 8 o.; ]'erch, 5 oa.; Englisih Porch; :i or.-; Pike, oz. ; Red :."'illet 4-oI.: lRock .odd,' I oz.; Rouglh: or Roughy, 2 o.i. Saliuoin Trout . o;.; C.adi~ornia' ,ulhnoin, 8 oz.; ]nglish Salmoioi; 8 ozr Sand Thfillet or Poddies, (3 os ,; Schna.pper. 10 hin; Silvor 1"ish oi SilVer PeIrch 4 oz.;, Skipjaickl i o.; Snaok. ", o0zi. Solo, 5 oz.; Stranger, 2 oz.; Tira mlo. 6 or.; Trout of all kinds?, nolt iedigenobs to:?Victoria 11 inu. ; Trum peter, U or.; 'Whiiting 11 in.;' Saud Whitiug. oz.; Ylow T'il, '3 lb. :. Logth istscertlaiied by masaur >ng o...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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ASHES AS A SORT OF POTASH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

ASHES AS A SORT OF POTASH. Potash is one of the chief manures required in the garden, and it is also one of the most expensive to purchase. The present European war has also had an effect upon potash supplies, as we chiclly depended upon Germany for our supply. It has been found, how e\er, that tho ashes of hedge trinumings and other vegetable refuse, which usu ally collects very freely in a garden, is a valuable source of potash, and usu ally contains from S to 12 per cent. of thi elenmeont. The potash contained in ashes is very soluble, being in the form of carbon ato; tho consequence is that the ashes to have full value, msust be kept dry. ]t has been found that a light rhower is sufficient to wash out one-half of the pIotash, and reduce the percentage from eight to ten, to four or five. The best method is, of course, to store the ashes <lry until they are re quired. If this is not possible, they should be used as a top-dressing on a growiug crop. Crops that are greatl...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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GOVERNMENT COOL STORES, VICTORIA DOCK, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

GOVERNMENT COOL STORES, VICTORIA DOCK, MELBOURNE. (By R. Crowe, Exports Superintendent, in "Journal of Agriculture.") The new Government Cool Stores, Victoria Dock, Melbourne, are in many respects unique, as they differ materi ally from all other freezing works. Most places of this kind are built to suit the requirements of some special class of business, and nearly all.the freezing works in Australasia have been planned to cater for the wants of the meat ex port trade, whilst these stores have been constructed to meet the particular needs .of the trade conducted by the Victorian Department of Agriculture. The handling and freeing of butter for export form a leading feature of the business. Meat comes next in point of importance; then follow poultry, rab bits and hares; and fruit is also provid ed for. On the 14th November, 1914, there were stored in the new works 116,397 packages of perishable produce, repre senting a value of about £150,000. ALREADY FULLY JUSTIFIED. Had the stores...

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THE VALUE OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

THE VALUE CF LIME. Lime, as a help- in maintaining fer tility of the soil, has now conie to be regarded as an ii'iortant factor in !gri cilture. Sonic soila would be benefited more by tihe application of linie than by the applicationl of conImiercial fer tilisers. To miost of our cultivatedl treeoos and plints a sour o soil is distiasteful. Some of th morei cosmmon agricultural plants which arc injured by an acid condition of tihe soil, are spiinach, lettuce, beets, celery, onion, parsnip, cauliflower, cuiuibier, egg plant, cantaloupe, pumip kin, asparagus, cabbage, piepper, pea, tobacco, lucerne, clover, barley, wheat, oats, timiothly, and Kentucky blue grass. Clover and tiinotlhy-two miost import ant crops-are quite seusitive to acidity in the soil. There are countless ex periences where clover "'did not stand well" or "'failed to catch" or was "winter killed," until the land was limed. In imany sections, clover is re gardedl as the key-plant to the lmain tenancc of fertility. Tha...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

COURTS OE PETTY SESSIONS. HIecalesville.-IEvery Thiursday, at 10 a.m.. Lilydlale.-Every ,?riday, at 9.30 a.m. Warburton.-?every Saturday, at .80O a.m. Olerk of Courts-.Mr T. B. WYade. Policeo MIagist.rates.-Dr. 11R. H. Cole and MIr H. Mlorrison. District Justices.-- . 3. Lithgow, Coldstrean"; R. IiH Henty, \ronga Park L. and Dr. A. E. Syrne, Lilydalo; J. Ilugot, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; I. C. Bridgor, Croydon; C. IBath, YarLr'L Clen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Crcck.; W\. Iivesctand W. Jolliffffe, Hleadcsville; 11. Ewa-rt;, Hoddlo's Creek; J. Lithgow aud E. A. Story, Warburtond; J. 1. Thomp son, MI.A., Silaun; A. GC. Buller, WYest Warburton:; Jas. Hunter, Bee nak* T. W. Simpson, 3\. A. Whar ington: A'. E. T. Payne Lilydale; Richard B. Kelly3 O.oydon. David Bla~ir, lazeldene.

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SHIRE COUNCILS MEET: [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

SHLRE COUNCILS 1DiZT: JLilydale.-1"ourth Monday in c?ach nonth. Secnretary and Engineer, Mr Eamilton Sinolair, O.E. Upper Yarrra.-First MIonday in each month. Secretary, Mr B, MIor eyg Engineer, Mr A. K. T. Sambell. Elt.am.-.-First Monday in each month? Secretary and Engineer, MIr A. G. Thomas, O.E.

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WARBURTON MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

.WARBURTON MAILS. MIails .-lose for Melbourne at, 3.1 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale, 3.15 p.m. daily. Received from MeIclbourno and Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. daily. lMaili close for f'Mfalhon's Creek and WValsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Mondays, 3ednesdays and Fridays.

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"MILITARISED" COMMERCE. GERMANY'S INSIDIOUS METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

"MiILTARISED" COMMERCE. G ERMAN Y'S iNSIDIOUS METHODS -Though it may sceet soBmewhat- pre tuatuire to deal wvith the imeasures that should be-taken after the present war to:counteract the influence of German trade competition, a French writer, M. Pierire Baudin, attempts to do so in the Paris ."Figaro." Ilo asserts that for thec last thirty to forty years German, tisldoi'sd finance:havveleft nothing;un doile to" secure .comnplete economic.,vic 'it oy over all other Europoan countries,; anud hd takes the picturesquh view that Geimoany has 'militarised' commoiree very mluch iitiheo' salme wiay as Prussia has militarised the whole of the German Einiire- Kiln the ceonomic oiar which e?.inaiy hasl:oiin been ivaging on the rest of. Europd'there are to be found th methods so characteristic' of Ger hlau ni ilitary wiarfare.. First of all; a pe'fectly equippled and splendidly orgiissedil commercial spy system, of :ohich the army of German consuls and consular agents thrloughout the @oald aro...

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CLEARING BRACKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

CLEARING BRACKEN. I low to get rid of bracken fern is a lCquestionl that a correspondent replies to by saying:--"Cutting the bracken is of little use. Cuttiig seems to be sinply pruning them to promote their p.owth. The same with burning, the more they are burnt the quicker and thicker they grow. We find that bruis ing is the effective systemn with a har'd roller made by the local blacksmith, encircled- spirally with angle iron. The process is simply to keep passing this roller, loaded to suflicint weight, ovci the bracekens as 'often as they show lew growth, and oventually this kills them righ:t out." "NoIt c?tting theiinyl tei heigh!t of the spriig, anid onbl; onc, in tlie :year, ' Ianothier corresp'on ict inrites;, ' lmay be ,,seloss; bt L cuLt theou t;weiitt timehes a? oear if they ?need titting. tht often,; iii fct, cut thenm tYs oftenas oipu can get :" hit at thoie; ivith? the fern hook, 9o that the sisi can shine fair on the .grass to suiectoin it dli;a the cattl:e mill hclpi...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

MELBOURNWE LIETTkE. Wrom our Spioai Courrespondent.) 'Sweet are the uses of adversity we are told, and plenty of the poople in the metropolis are just iow in per fooet agreement with the writer who said so--provided always that the ad versity is suffered by thile other fellow. The adversity through which Belgium's millions are passing is sweet to a lot of good people who find in it all in ducement to busy themselves in some of the many ways doevised fo hel the sufferers. But it is particularly sweet in that it permits of tile breach or laws that are irksome. F'or instance, the rulers of this countly a few years ago decided in their wisdom that it was noef good for thile colnmuniity to indulge in raffles. This restraillnt of tile gamnbling spirit that is rife among.t us--no more so probably than in other parts of the globe-has never beeln relished. People w-ill have their little gamble, and thile provision' maide by which permission could be gained to carry on what thile legislaturo ...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST . k"S "',?U5?.UUvDz'J ..__.__ The ligures compil.d by te \'ic~ur,,.... Govornmept tibtua.st reolative to ile ol crop for' tho season 1I.1-15 esipha,:. tile falling off an production whicll lu State has suffereo. 'Theld oat harve.t for the season was only 1,608,419 bus?h els, which is the smallest aggreg.l, since the season 1857-8; and, as lar as can be guaged, the poorest retu.'n pl• acre in the agricultural history of tie State. For the season of the last great drought in 1902-3, tlhe oat clue, from an almost identical acreage a, that of the season just completed, gaieo a yield of 4,41029,982 bushels, avesraging 10.16 bushels to the acre, as comparou with 3.7 for 1914-16, The season ot 1903-4 produced the record harvest oa oats yet garneerd in toe state, namely 13,434,952 bushels, from a sown area of 483,638 acres, or 1,177 acies lees than that sown last season. The beet growers of Gippsland who responded to appeals to give the Slaftra Sugar Factory a chance by gu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

LILYDALE0 CARRYING BUSINESS; A, J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. SALL TRAINS MJET. Ordcrs Pl'romptly AttCended To. CHARGES MODERATE. URINITURE REMOVED :At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and L BUILDER, CLARKIIE STRLEET, LILYDALE. PRICES SU.IUI[TTED FOR ALLZ KINDS OF.0 WORK. JO1rING WOR f( A srPECIALITY. ALL ORIDERS I'IIOMPI'TLY ATTENDED TO. BOWMlN GR[EN TEA ROOMS ,WIdllES ,. convlyv his Thanks to Iho Lilydale public for the gcncr ous support given him during the past ycar, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimaltc that he has purchased a very Fine Assortmont of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. ,OVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONEIRY. CION'ECTIONEIR Y. well worthy of insiuction. ThI.c VEGETABLES and F'RUI1T are Good this wcck and CIIEAP. Wishing all Patrons the Compli •ment.s of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK ,Wishit ^, .imate to the Resi dcnts of LILYI)ALE and surround ing DIistricts that he is now carry ing n ijusiness in MIAIN ST., ...

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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES. EXPERIMENTS IN CEREALS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES. ]XI'ERMiMENTS IN: CRE ALIS. 5 :. ·--.;!Z :.;. Council bfS A?'gric-ultiuiald:.incation lio n:ion t1he l31st -?lrci, ?.a .relport dcaling,' with : ibhe Agricult:ural Col lego reserves. in t.. hi north-ceast;ern parbt of tl;hc Stat6 containixig an area. of iapprioxinately, 2500 -acres) ,ias submnitted..by the committee which rocently visited the locality. . One of these' areis, whoc: bbtained' by the Council some 20 yea's ago, was Ibadly infested. with ,briarsI and the land t?su lte..i at: nominal rental . il;th iimprovmenil conditiois., with .tim ieslt tIhamt;- wha.Lt, aLs- practic. ,lly iuslcess count-rjy has imow- been covrceited into produti?ci vel id worth at, leistl £6 per acre.. The Coun cil has now dcciddl to take action in .egaird to th .: nimprovement ot one or Btao of-the otiher tireas un der ,i its : colil;rol., : t.'lle princili.l of. time Dookie 'Ag ricultl:ra.l Collego iin his reporb states bIhat thi experimluc tal areas 'are be ilig i'reparedi for...

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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

LILYDALE POST OF:IICE?. Mails close as below: Melbourne, 7.20 a~.mn., 11.15 a,.m., 8 p.m. daily. Money orders-9 till 4. Mooroolbark, Ringwood,- 7.20.a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.m. daily. HIealesvillo, Y ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.i- daily. Warburton, Y: rra Junction, Launi ching Place, WV ri Yallock, WYan din Yalloek, Wandin North, -Sovil!le, 8.30 a.m. daily. - The box at the llailway Stati6nr is cleared daily previous to traiins leaving for Melbourne. Late, fcc charged. Clearances for local delivery made: at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Office closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mails and olegistered Mails close at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

Looal Information' PENNY POSTAGE. The new postal rates, including the penny postage on letters, came into force on Monday, Miay 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: THRIOUGHOUT, THE COMIMON WEALTH AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per {oz. Letter Cards, single, ld each. Do. reply, ld each half. Post Cards, single, ld each. Do. reply, Id each half. Printed Papers, Old per 20oz. Books, printed-Outside Australia, 0O per 4oz.i in Australia, Old per 8oz. SMagazines-Printed in Aus?ialia, Old per 80z.:; outside Australia, Od per 4oz. "Hansard,' Od per 12oz. Commercial papers, pattorns, sam ples and merchandise, Id per 20oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, overse, do minions, British colonies and pIro teetorJates, except the New Hebrides, ld per joz. NE\W. ZEALAND AND THEI ISLANDS. The rates or New Zealand, Fiji, and British Solomon Islands are: Letters, Id per . oz. Post Cards, single, Id. Do. reply, Id each half. Letter Cards, single, Id. Do. reply, Id...

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EUCHRE PARTY AT YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

BUOI lE .VPARTY AT -YA Rlli J-UNO iTIOhN -(From our o"Wn Correspondcnit. ., mostt suocessful cucehro party and dance'a"is, held a? the Shire Hall, Y~arra Junction. oa Eaister Mon 'clday night~. The hili was very taste fully decoratcd with boughls ~ad fdos toons and streamers in ':Belginm':s national colors; also flags of. our llies. Or Macklcy, in :k-few wcell chlosen ??words, ideclared, the ct.er taiinmcil; ,open. A ft,'r ?he National Atlicnt ]tdd beei soilg, ailuit 80 peoplo sa d(owr to e \tli ous / It1L blcs;:, nrd, judgiig b!l y thei :scrious cxprcssion onr most;fuce6 echt .wt s dolcrmitucd to win,t it pt '.tbl-l, the vci' handsole prcrstls.t- ol' ercd to tb.a poisons Wtiingi" tilme gre?,lcsl urmber of games. 'The ladies' prize, a haidsiome silver ..s'pciicno .glass, prescnted by Mrs 21 .: Watson, of Ynara JTunction, was ,on Lby a lady visitor, liss :?'PGec. lThe- gcutle :mocns prit/; 'a scrviccuablc: pocketc book- alnd u cai cas.' c olonlittdl, prc oent& bI .31iss Arlti...

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