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FOR THE BELGIANS. JUMBLE FAIR AND WOOD CHOP AT WARBURTON. £80 RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

FOR THE BELGIANS. JUMBLE FAI, AND WOOU CII1OP AT' WARBUIUH'ON. '£80 IAISEI,). (.From Our Own Correspondent.) Easter MIonday's Jumble Fair and Wood. chopping contest resulted in £80. being raiiscd for the iBelgiani Fund. Tile fair was well organisced and :passed off pleasantly. The I'roslbyterians, .who foregoes or fore ,;eo ?,- (witcoli"''is .'it?'.) their uniiiia. l Ikiaster -bazaar. and.- gave Lhcir .scr. vicds iiisteidi' to this ' ilorly ~iuero wel?to ':athe ic, r, thlicir pastor,. :M:i Aditiiun ' bcig' cspecisally iuctiv c: ,iid uni ttin'" *igI ; 'Ao.?ol\ rtiidr l la.tci y ,of c.hi?gs rw.s oIcired: r for sale, 'inclihd: inggt'gold 'rings dcalvs ,.-pummpkinsi silvO'.?;?? tspo .udiio{ck;, aa, iid':icse shicop etc ip?lJ e :I. - il.''? ci 015: for sphis Iti rkinrly? :'doitadc -,wroe e,\ll; contestaed i mny. city visitlors. 'being atriact lcd? Usially a liop is: a in a:ilciat failire, l:i bu ii this .inst4aeoic thlirto wa i' :pri ofilt, olfi;£, tit:e logs ea i"vng- be cu l:c h u iilc...

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£20 RAISED AT CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

£'O W1ATOD AT1' 001' U1cI sbilL. 'A 'ii taoo Arimstrong 's lclning sdl o-t ILhuosdly. last 'Muess'rs Om u bell' mnd i"Sons sold"i] %:Hlllol uand lito steor, donatedl .by Mlr .. Gq(. Armstrong to the; elgi"an .llclief Fuand;' two p: irs . of duocks doiiated by. Mhs GuiC oyi ; auid :onei ignify inc , glass, donated b, Mr Y'., Iill to thi sanme fund. ,' hliose'\vro o: forrcd '~Lud rc-otltcred, i ati de intido ~2 0 I? 1 hilo hbiboninon \ ill 1 0 rifatirrd S1 toilho fuol in du-cours.. The yellow tbd white steer sold to Ma.dame 'Melba for £2'; resold to G. Armstlrong, F. Towt, W. VWeir, W. La.wlor, II. Suplile, D. Fraser, C. Il, C. I.empriere, 'A. Holland, .1r. 'luw-L 1. Mitchell, IJ. Sclhnin, for £1 e.c;:lh; Ceo. Albert 10s; and sold right b ut, to T. Shalrp for £2 2s Gd. 'Iwvo pairs of ducks, sold to Gco. Armstrong for £J ; resold to J. Gil ber, s ( G. Hlill 7s, W. eia.de 5s, Ferguson 5s; alnd sold right out, to T. CGilborl, for 11s. Magnifying G;lass, sold to ?Madame Mcliiie , or £].; ...

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LILYDALE FUND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

SILY.DALE ] UND NOTS. J.. youtt l.a' p ot al' adty 6o't your fancy dress :ready'' fo i' t.he .prut'Us aio~'oit' tIhe J7TUh llurry up 1 Donuu' boe latu,! . ' ':t. I.tlhc. li ist insbi.lmuic t of 10h liaul bce scut to .'nd.' ackiiowluedged by tho Lord- .iJat.yor ilt .V.cihcnsday'ts ltpcrrs. .. . .. ... . ITf ips otr goodbi -tlji.rgitiii at t.he JunmbJo 'FitUir oii tlhe 71:tli. Iui't forigct. to .brinit your .purses .wiiih Cills atire rolling iii; tlicisll ,will bh well stockcd. SGiv n in yotir curics for lhe0 .pro i.essionl to Mlr Janson. .No eitry fees, ' buL ptirchitae your tadtmissioin ticket;- bororo- the procession. stl.rts, sbo.as indo to -del.vay sine ul;:it c l.rainco. gates.. Tickc;s. will le on11 saloe ai the cast.cnd ofl'tuii st'rcct whon- assemblipng..: SDo niot forgetd ;(lio CoiCeioi:'iin tho crcninii.- of Sports Day,. .".. Look out foir 'theL "iatlld .lauil'" rotm thele" Williaalit?sowtlic. ? N,\tii De pot-i ally very funny, 10 perfi'drmin ors, .'On. /17th.. :..>; -; ...

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YARRA JUNCTION. Easter Festivities. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

YARRA JUNCTION. (Froom Our Own "orrospondout.) Easlter .'cstiviits. On GoCod F'riday evening the Mcleth cdis? 'hurch ga\ve a a~acrcd concerlt in 1tho lIhiroe Hll. ll, Tie hall :wis ~'lL. Jilled anid a, .'r\i enjoabl, broning \\was provided. ' The 'ulndu.y school childr'diC cqOualribrui\ cd ilh first pirt ut theb: pogranuu. ic hllils, tLhe second, pi rt was la.rgcly supplied by'visitors. Thle little oic did reflarl khl, well, anid 'gl, Flhings aro expected tof loln in thie futurc, ER:· the iunter vAL MJ[t ]oFrl ,iatrib? tod tlh@e prizes to th!o. oehool. hii dren, amuongat ~lhpim wero several litlle toadldlers?.b ltWiiil the uges of til'o il!il four ,years, )whllo . bravely but sliylly maichled up, for their i, word: iSalvatiod Ar ny Piopiqad Con ciri. Oin Sa tuidi tihv ai.iicon khe: SaL?,i. Doniaii tdjicirr :Piew real goY tine. Quite ar large number of isi-s ,ois tiiurne'd up, mil all \verv o made wolcuniuc. hi the conunig the Amv ,q'i bhi:,?'-1 ? 1 b .., Sl~ir? [ , In '. \p)U1, gy( ...

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OBITUARY. MRS. H. D. ARTIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 April 1915

.... " 7 7, .- I..;- ·;'. ·.L.... -. : j - . ~:: . OBITUARY. - Io 9Vslruch tlicd iupon Alise cloist . ?/~ i ....... :...... -- ? .... ... ...... ..../ ) to elu 6~iooic the 'luIeentablo 41115 of Mrs I11 D Aitis, andki no£ n :Pui'pose givii a'"' :biief slketch ?01 iAnl liss .?li'albte diWasii v?:is born 78 yjears: ag 1 i ouit?, b M?y .iildi'e n ro:e Lid id" close to the 0 historic to'?i', o?.l that n'mc :'ild nol fo flronm the I'lunol0s Oiiiwrdh· , Whicllis , probably the lilesi, .:acbcoui.ie a'ncd "ricvioni grounld ifi [lie United Kiigdlom '?eIe 'peopl e woe,.gentlemen frmtiers, ,so i:?.c-ily life :sheh bI?idl some exper iotiCe oIL the:. liid. Ili. eC'rl0y gil. hood she, howyrC'I: . asisted an hunt iln.itsincess iii n icrrioni Squaic,- Dub tin; 4-hcre she .'laid the foundation of :. ljuslcss i IuCowledge tS.nhao l wis :to :e of a'igl .seovi'ec~ to heIr i. later. lifo. I. th" roari' ig liftics, when thol :: hole 'df the civilised woirld wia thrillel and stnired by. the stori ros 'Ot F...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

RINGWOOD - MARKET. --------. --- D. c G. 'L'Clellaud .caud uo repot: -\'o 'lihad 0 fRill jdirgllg' of till desciriplions .ul stllck, Jidding \vajs brisk ifor. ill classes, tbh -break ir; tho weather, restoriug coltlidece. ,to biuvers. \lilkers. noleo t o ilud ; springers,; £ to £8 2s id; fat 'cows, £7, 8 '17s Gd, to 1£9;'-.fuat licifcrs, £5 to £8; chopping sorts, :3 10s old and inferior, lower; .ctleris, to to ,J6; store coiws, £2 to di .,; C. 1.s'; smalller, lowr. 1Pigs--Dac bnors, to £2 12s tid ? kct ??35; to {vs; s}lils, 114 o ;' s;ickrs, 5s to ls. l'oulliry.-= okrols, to Gs aid; hel'is, Ls . d' to l-s l0d"; pul lets, ts to ': s;, chickcns, ls !: to isfactory prices. Out sideo-Adieio of Is 10od. The usual sundriesi tt" t?. Iht\es and lambs at.l 11: We go to school bo learn to read, We work to win a prize; We read to learn what others sail TuThn why not .dvertiseot7!

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RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

RINGWOOD. From Our Own Correspondenb. I.O.R. Anniversary.-Inf our ad vertisiniur columns will be found par. ticular/ of the anniversary celebra (ions 'if the lRingwood branch of th.le 1.O;1. Bro. Mcmbrcy, M.L.A., (>vho is to preside, will deliver ani :ddress. ;nd will afterwarids pre ;ienL the inmedls to members of the Order proceeding to the seat of war. Songs, instrumental items, and 'ecitationas will be given by ca.pp n.blo artists, .and .In enjoyable Cevn ing should result. No cliargo will beo made. for admission, but i, col lection will boe trkeni up in aid ot tihe" led Cross SociLey. Accident.--11. w s lhardly ncccs sairy to bI a, seer to prophesy dis .aster to vehicles negotiating thi pas sage of Mlullum 3Iullum Creek in its presCaII condition, its conisistCncy rescmblinu g that of a glue pot. On 'Tuesday afternoon last, misfortune overtook ?Ir W. . S Williams' trac tiolh engine at the spot, rwid -a lit-' t.l;,laltr on. the same da3y Mar. Stew-i ,n.t's~ Ilorry ~vts bogged ...

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LILYDALE CEMETERY. IMPROVEMENTS TO BE CARRIED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

LILYDALE CEMETERY. 1 rJ(OvEMEN'rTs TO iE CAlRtilED : ,tilli c'ominendablc,' t, oughtruilnoU:s theo trustces'.ol: :the uiy dal.c . Cteuc .or,. ha ve deoided to ultlise womC of the funids. hich. haive aLcCltuliu ,lated fronm tnime to time. in prop., vidiuig work to relieve the uninm ployment Which; unfortunately, Lil da-le, s well as. other places, is just noi sufoering. from.: It is in, tended to open lup about t 100 chainui 'of. new lfootpLaths, cutting the blocks u?i) so :that visitord ;will imuo nced to' walk througlr ~lhe 1lpng grlssi .widening. the malin drivcs ; graviel lii'g paths where sneded; cand b;.ra tif'ing' the approachos, toi the uec teiry with rookery work a?id .shrubs. The cemetery is so ssituatedi that, it lends itself: t6 bealutification, tuod shouldl, indeed, ubecome not only tt pluce. ,where dear friends ,ad 'comn "a.des reost itl peice, but the beau-. tiful sinur ioundigs could be imiproved from timuo to piimc us iumueh as (ihe trutisteeis poissibly cai. l he. h...

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

WARBURTON. .---------4 (From Our Own urrespondeont.). Silver Jubile.-Last. Sundayý :ie ibig the Silver Jubilee" of St. '1sary's Clihurch of England, Warburton, spec ial s:ermous wCere preached by the Voenerable 'Archdeacon llindleyB:;1) to good : congrole tions. In a clo r iant' discourse. on theu ainaloy' bie-. whw?c~ii- ,theu Saviour tild ,h:-tl.soldier, the A clirdacoio quoted ,Tuski t's say - ini t.hat' hi;lie businiss of 61t?.it:. trut soldier is' .ot. sla?ing, but' ta: be .ai; .lilthe soldier dares to die': that btlhers .nia li e. "e can.u i: e'u bo iepaid .liis s--crifice,: :said the preacher. "Jousions,: gratuiities, iare lut the smliall 'dividcnds.· jittid b y.,a bIinkiulpt, estate. toi a criedilor. Tlic soldier's" only roward'. is nluoritcd in the hlearilt 6of the nati tion t h'ii." sint him.' : 'he.collect ions 'foir the da, ainon?ti ilg to 1e?rly., f<2,'; ur:e. to be devoted tio the redilcl:ion 'ofi the XVica-rage'' d3uildingi . Funtld liability. ulfia-ion.-- ...

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MR BINNS EXPLAINS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

. ii,? in yo. r last issue peai.s i challeiigi :frol i e capt ai 0 o1 '11 .l'Evel ,i lug :or.? \Vpr tet.l{ ilt hlehr recent- Evel-.yn sports, -wherciii it, is: soliow in. caect .tlit. tl.?I .ic lii- cini .-won the tug againsbt the Ltam :ironl: Lilydale; whilc: in the Sumiminai'y of results it is s:tated t'liat ti .e Lilydale team wcel: victois. 'As ono of "he 'main pi romoters and wosrkcrs in: this matter, will you kilidly permit.- me" space',to. I.mike an explanati'on ofl. this apparent state "of confusioiio ? - "At a.n early oiniitt:oe meeting; :?Mr A. Stevens was selected, oi my. iiibitiative.-to judgo. the va.riou0s cvents; oil the groounid, hou\wve r, and prior to the tug of wnar being brought .on. it a-ls plainly .cvideit to myself and otl;hecs "of the committee, thiat ,tlie snbject mat.el wrys "entirely foreign to rl. Stevens, and as h1t i e.egulcd slgi. to grasp it; I volunteered to take cabsolute . control, of the tugs, including both't the starting aid the jdiluging of thl...

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DEEP CULTIVATION IN LUCERNE GROWING. REASONS SUPPORTING THE PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

DEEP CULTIVATION IN LUCERNE GROWING. REtASONS SUPPORTING THE PRAUGU'LE. (By F.W.L., in the "Australasian). One of the principal attributes to success in lucerne growing is the pro per preparation of the land before sow ing. A stand can be often made or marred by the observance or disregard of the methods which have been proved to lead to the best results. As the area under lucerne in Victoria is being steadily increased, a few remarks on this niportant subject will be oppor tune. In the northern districts of Victoria, where the bulk of the lucorne produced in the State is grown, the cultivated land has beeni used for grow ing cereal crops for probably from 30 to 40 years. The repeated sliding of the base of the plough at one depth, and the treading of the horses along the furrow, have formed a hard pan about 31 or 4 inches below the surface. If this is not broken up by subsoiling or deep working, the roots of the lucerne plants cannot penetrate it. They then run laterally, instead o...

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ARSENICAL SPRAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

ARSENICAL SPRAYS. Do arsenical sprays injure the soil, and thereby constitute a danger to the trees? Not as long as grass and other herbago continues to grow under the sprayed trees. L. 1H. Bailey, in "Prin ciples of Fruit Growing," says: "''With the action of the rains, and the falling of the leaves, most of the arsenic which is applied to trees finally reaches the soil. What then becomens of it? If li;eo has been used writh the spray, the arsenic will be insoluble when it falls upon the soil. It is pos sible that the organic acids in the soil, and also carbonic acid, will dissolve some of the arsenic, but it would be al most surely made inmmediately insoluble again by combination with lime or other soil constituents, if soluble arsenic is placed on the soil it probably almost immediately goes into insoluble combiniations, and remains where it was pllaced, unless slightly washed down by mere mechanical means. Now, •some plants appear to have the power to take up very minuto quantit...

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TUG OF WAR AT EVELYN SPORTS. A FEW FACTS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

TUG OF WAR AT EVELYN SPORTS. A FEW FACTS. (To the Editor.) Sir,--Plcase allow me to p!ace n f((hs facts beforo your readers re garding this pevent. In the first place, I wasis clected judge "for the day. Some 'little time before the Lug of war competition, I told lIr LIinns bth it I wsP. quite ignorant of the rules of such contests. iMr Binns the said, ".\ell, you leave it to incm." 3y. repl3y \tas, "Very good.'! And this is.where the t'rou bid (irosC; .- ir Bilntis,-believ'ing 1 had given himu. fulLiposerl to ad judicate, acted accordioigly, sl;ile 1 really c\xpectcdl:iinfim ti:'ocquaint me silh h is decision thliat I "bould aniiounce it... ?VW'; evidently .did not niildeistaid cach othic,' as .e should hlIso: done l.before b .tho the sta t.:-: The firstij;'c ?ntcs; Evclyi v . Waiidin was ich i 'one?sided iffair.; fd Ev S.n?'hathelu;jiidge:iswas ni:oti?rferrced to. l Ihjii?? canme thli d' ull lBetw-een Evclvn 'aid :Lilydalc.e tahle latt&.eitak? iti-he.noirt.h side (=donrs h...

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RIFLE SHOOTING "Teach them to shoot."— Kitchener. SOME HINTS FOR BEGINNERS PUT IN SIMPLE TERMS. A USEFUL GUIDE WORTH PRESERVING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

RIFLE SHOOTING ''Teach them to shoot.'--Kitchoner. SOME IIINTS FOR BEGINNERS PUT IN S1MI'LE TERMS. A USEFUL GUIDE WORTHI PRE SERVING. (13y an Export lifle Shot.) A few remarks on the use of thoe rifle may be of service to many new and in tending members at the present time. When on the rifle ranoge time will not permit of any very exhaustive explana tions, and the idea of these few remarks is to embody as far as possible hints Whinc i'ay be memoriscd and so be of service to the y:oung shot whoen, per haps, an instructor is not available; also, it is advisable for the young shot to.depend on himself as soon as he pos sibly can. It must be borne in mind that all through these remarks, to avoid any confusion, I am only .referring to one type of rifle, viz,, the :303 M.L.E. rifle, with rear aperture, sights, and wind. gauge, as used by all riflemen. CARE OF THE RIFLE. 'We will now. suppose that you have obtained your rifle, and the most im portant thing about a rifle is cleanli ness. ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. t B?URE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLS. 1D OVER 335 YEAR. MAG I R'S Pure French Grape * RA N Y Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 179. A STRAIGHT E TSI ky --*, , , . . .._..? . ? - \\ m u e mcr~cuc. \.ell ad 1r E ARMY COMBINATION KNIFE O lid, Si trin One, Cixet r ad Co,. n . b . ony; i uChh CL1fTor · clos dT. a rird 219, [ e,. Th UN .ON S)O.. 299 Elirb slh p EM1 ER & CO, d.... T11, I FURNA!TUR;TE aREMOVERS AND STORERS, 17 COIIN S STRAEET', MELBOURNE. 'Phons ..... 9278--9279 [ ARGE: NUMBER. VANS con stiintl y ti r'velliig Coulitry. \We 'ANT BACIK IOA])ING: Writelo us. Railing. ('nhsi,:g lt o i ?d Spencer, :"reft, and nadvis~. rSto.rC -. Brick, - hdivided in simll rooum ant Lowest C.tes. \'ANS RETURNING AT EARLY DATES FROM Ihodigno, Cnflenmaine, Ilenthcote, Maryborolgl,, IMaldon, Alexandra, Y\ni,- Eiron, Elhuca, Healesville, CGelong. BallI: ral. Colac, Cumper dowI n and Lung Aliang. VACK LOADING WAT TED.A INSU...

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VALEDICTORY. M.R. AND MRS LOVELL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

VALEDICTORY. (Fronm Oui Ottn aorrespondent.) A cvryt jircttly auni peasuitlt. gitli crin ý\tts eield iln thc nc 3,letho dist (",CAcl' i.t !t Lari J 'iicion un .1uesdt t. ci ocutip.b last- iii the; foJtt o:L; oial `ccning. C \ J'. :3 -e I i ,cntior cir oil:t stl -a1(,d hid ch ar'e o the cri ng's. poraunnc (aitd i;ct dless to say curricd out t?hie m du O?iescreditably). wrinch :con sisild dif 'dl cts, qudrteittcsf rccilta l.ion i, corolie nitt:ta l I- ]lytlns, -etc vlvu ., dih ,ti' V'iollet 3.lulouit ·.conll'ti " Iuled i; l )D on'ti.' :1Att t'o Play il" " liout .jar d . tl,', cli .oll'ctc t . great ii-editi oo( these ttny gtrls I11-0 S ilokin riendrl ed M"cek *d Lowly" l" it ; llcidetd aui er. i t'r ii. Lo iAll t liso b ddcd t'lo'si thplcusit' ro.l'i- the . -it, og o tg iist itoabl iut1d "ruidt? t.'s oic'? ;Vi aro soiro tilt. pio it v illri n.ut alloW us ito etnulirae '3;ill'tito& tli o .coiritibutl d 0to th16e .pro'ratnme. A:t.i r ithe .? r t tlieeii; i ni.i ,.liuLl l .boei ....

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By ''Rusticus.'") The departure of Mr Elwood Melad is certain this time. Hie has apparent 13' determined to get away from Vie toria. He has put a big work in train here, and one which has ilomentons bearing upon the futuro of a great section of the rural interests of the State. It is a matter for regret that lie would not be induced to stay and see it through. It was with the ob ject of having himi at hand with a feel ing of responsibility for the outcome of thoeirrigation policy lie initiated that induced the government to go out of its way to keep him when he wanted to go to California la It year. .l?w ever it is not possible to retaiii him, and we imust do the best we can ii the development of the schemes. Perhaps soino reassurance as to the results may be obtained from the portion of Mr Mead's letter to the Ministor of Water Supply in which lie says.:- "It is with regret that I contemplate severing my connection with the work of this com iisision. I believe th...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for something unew, which, however simple it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasure-reduce waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capitaliste of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countriee,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clover invention :ut him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, says of the "Inventors' Guide," "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I ,sve seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the "In ventors' Guide.'" 8. For yourself obtain this book, which tells what t...

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COLLECTIONS AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

The ionmcn' s com miticc; of tim' Lii v'dale ]31giain llief : uid.i ave receivedl te: h ollowling. inmonts to .dalmte in :dolnitioils anid nubscriptions s timhe result; of' the houise to hoiuse collectiois:-TIor o fort?ight' cndiing 3 29t,0h MIrcll £6I),s sG:d, "including £1 Gs from the : nmploys-s n t ilr I?lilck s quarries, Coldstrucm, and £1 tI 10d fronti tihe Cr.a .l.ill ?imiployes. 1. .1 subscriptions' for the fortnight cmdiiig J12th i\pmil amionnted to- L£3 S10s ld. ".o'lese included ,2 13s. from fit. ?c.iploy sa t ir hJlack's thar sic.s, Coldstre'im; £L3 s fronm C'.ve lill.;' f id 10s ifrom ]nfaint -IDpar: nmentt. Lily"dale State schioil.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

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Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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