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

JLO.:II · IL PIOCF'SlONr' ¶1 ho 1 ickl Mairshall (Mi lll atritits IlTo. -poccislon 1 will',lformn up in tho. Mi\ u.ii road; hic,'cdpen t theV \\it burto~iantatiway bridgo and Mil lb:c's hiti ki ird1 on the II it. opposilte hI, lIaaior ,i:ous' oi~chid For. order o! proccssloln, c` pOs- 1 to Boards slhowin g; thei po'iitsion' o the: iiv ioll, scctioiif Nyil1- lb"= witiled to. th 'ic Ie iice Jheio3 'eill,, sIiiit `ai, =13.'.o eclc '-hitrp r IJ Iiosa' iul~iiia part m iill pklascu bon liii "bruid- not1 ,lte iti Lit i-Ii J li

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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SPORTS AT WANDIN. I.O.R. ANNUAL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

SPORTS AT WANDIN:. ,. . . . O .0 . ANN U . , U A( HERING." (From Our Ow u Correspoindent.) TIh hllope ,fi W ainlloiu 'Int- of `the 1...1 . I elcbr;ited its . i3th aa niversacry oil Easter Mondayi "b.? a. sports incetiIg,: t?. 'and public 'i tertaitient.. Tlic. Aport:.j wrce held in 1 r Riouge 's, i. l.A., pa)'k. "nd pasod t suo es futlly 1s- us. a'; dwithll tlh. exception of the \\c.,od chops which with muchl ielgrlct hla. t be clrossed ofl owing' to insulliciint en tries. JFollowing ar tLho results:-" I o"ing the C(ber.'ro. I,' HuI.n or 1 S. RIobiso . Tln i Isil c" l Bhc C X. " 1'T, 1 h1urdle JRace.o"'ro. "o \V..[ad 1, -- :Ransay '2. I iEnvelope :ce.- . 1 . 31itchell 1. .ro. 11. lhlauksbv 2.0 l: icking l ouotb ll.-. :a d 1. J. C'l:u kie and ]iro: Vioe lIord 2.' ;li ,'.c..i IC tuce:- - i o. ' N. X\V tillici 1. Pl.ros- \Y. .luntei and ilL. Blankls 'I o rll'ing aIt \\'ickct (four iL lzeis). .-\V.: rJie , `I .1 . ' ." I\itch( o l:2. i v. ii. oird oh --. Dolherty ? Bike 'ILe" ( :low).-J...

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

, -h (hollcdJIanudicip-C; W ir~dc1fl b: *S.. Lb., l'' BC.lemcnts, Vlil 3 Siii .3 L hipswoinhc _10.: yds. ;.'.Pcrks: 11ll us: 41.. '_ Shell,'1 )O:;'` u1ý' L oden, nC J:-1li:1:':]us' ; eier X.:: 3db., L.C.3. J.Logan ."II yds. ] h. cliv, 1 ::.RbLrIa, L lieiý;,i J; ilung (LilZ dilc0) I, yd :; * il*C\coir tio hbe 1laidi'nliidn.aed F+. ke.1Ccralhke; 1. 1ds:; J:,:Clilsoii, \C'. ihn his, 1.3 yis.; -lha',ndicap IA aed Chop, 16ibm isug' --,Korslal, iO ýc.:c. bad. ser.;: Isiaacs;m "D:). N' Ionald se-r. F.1}'. 1'Jlm iteon r.h; ":,ec * 1 et;.3 ; s~ec.. C Schuultz.: A3. .CJ . 1rc0u. -C . scm. J Ste'vumrl Msa~s 111iacs .10 li sec.. ; ' J. Isaacs, J.' Kil-l~n~csj~J:·~i p liticik,. -.'7A I 4uc. mm cl ee seeO s..; 2. . Lo l0n 1 1 n -.s-;:· r H~ 01 IV- H~f~ n lIra~indmmc.mp m:i

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THE MORNING DAWNS, THE SHADOWS FLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

nr 1 1I-LK .:, N 'ma I Tjll SIIADO\WS 1LEI. , BY 1PASTOR JiUSSELL,. : Tecxt: Tea. xxxv. 1: "The desert shall re* joice, and blodoiui as thie rose." li.e.1tle imdsthe "rather startling decliratioil -that the -.Milleiniium is.ahciady here;,'that clhrontlog~lb y i'o'c that we have been- living miidtci'= siuc -of its" blC?iilgs t'otr the part lthulir'@tyeighiht:ai,:e iirid - that .our .,moderni convenui u ensand. progrisa;are -att ribuIable to tlie,-lqeiiiig ot the rolling owa ohl the cureni; ::iiud'athsnbsaitntioii of tlieL)ivtiuC years will not( bily blinud Sitati aid 'hiid dci 'thie further deceptioli of mnankiild, but also hbring ..light, knowledge illuminatiodi to cv~ry' corneitr oif the ciarti.l i. ioifiteit oiut the: beginning i of these blesings :is' an lhready witlh Is: but they are :only: thi-faiit .ihitwn 'ilgs of :the greatur' iglit which fnill - llod' the. world, Theo. thiie ireiat .Stui of .luigl ltousnciie, "minlanoel's: .K ingdoin sslillt be. liiianifeaiedl above :the ho...

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

For Conmipation, • ?:Biliolsness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigeslion. A . . .. " - Delghtful Fa i Ii M1ed c i Scce,'ssor to 4 C. . HI:L , : C" 9. GEJ\ ER AL STOREKEEPER WEST VARB? . RTON FIRST CLASS STICCK O, Drap ery, 2 .Grocery, o' ne<n' geryt Boots anid 5'soe . GIVE ME A CALL ! All my Goods are of the Best '. Quality, and my PRICES are MODERATE. %_,v Agent for Melhbourne Daily and Weekly Papers. Also Upper Yaira Aldvocate. Chumi Ruith Bran, Co.'s lard, :t i is n berd rc.n:il I andc u c C Ir Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron °LILY'DALID BUTCHRNGC ~WIOLES XLI AXM,) PPT tIL LU UOCIIIAIS,'. MAIN `SIREET LIL VDALL. 1'iiiucil I'c, -'1 .1 iii tii , (ouro o1.Ief,_ lIn oiL, ti . 'l' ni 1 always, :obtauai : abl at .odiuek .P rice.'i ýS dl u iT''Goos aIpeilil- l - * C _VII :II:I I , L ~r7IJ ON aidlllL :iI,;ISa' mm 'luw-i 9 c ii ui (ostoinorI wie itcus il 1 1 l * II·uI 0 dcr, iutil Lly. -tttc l o ..iA ornriod- tionl lious ti cval1y.Calaccd· F!or Au Up toi~dat&OOOCLI...

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

ADVANCED PRICES. _'ood continues to advance in price, and the purchasing power of the sovy eroigu correspondingly diminishes. Na ture is an inconsistent jade, and just when an individual wishes to expend his sovereign to the best possible ad vantage, she interposes, and the value of the nc?esary articles is raised. Bread mellt, >gar, and various lines of gro ceries have become dearer since the outbreak of wvar, and stmdry articles are advancing in value from day to day. However, it is botter to live in a country where commlodities are dear *than reside where money cannot buy them.

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THE MASTER PASSION CHAPTER XLVII. HUSBAND AND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

-- THE - MASTER PASSION (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XLVII. HUSBAND AND WIFE. Ida'e arm was not broken, but only badly sprained, but for several days she suffered from the shock to hel nerves, and was glad to lie on the sota and rest from all exertion. Dr Smith came to see her two or three times, as he considered that the consequences to her nervous system might be serious. Struck by her exceedmg beauty, he wondered if she were .the Ida whose name his late patient, Captain Bores ford ,had calledi on so constantly with his fevered lips. She was a woman about whom any man might rave, but her husband did not seem to regard her as his one pre cious treasure on earth, though he was tolerably affectionate in his ways. Still there was a happy smile on Ida's lips, a calm look of content in her eyes, which puzzled the doctor much. He did not know the comfort that it was to her aching heart to feel that Cis Deveral no longer thought her worth les. They would never meet again to that she mus...

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

A'tiERTO N Central Cash Store ' YARRA GLEN, A {,IMI%~eýMý. ..lo Our Uea oru:,ru; Mitt Frril·!ldd. We air hicr to etay. XVu are here to niot it succIee. VVe hlke tho countrtty au.d tho people. 14 lioke Our Iueli. itess, nod strive to iocrease it by nll honourtible tnsane. THIE EIEST 0 )OODS and '11T LOWh 1'RICES are what count. Otc Ordir ,Will Goovin o u'.'u'1 Fir Ciliiau i OLO "h1 C}' rIPON t ON( ER"Y *Ordcra Deli uredl Ill ,over the w "" tlietrict. iUon't · forget. the tddirc;:-. ;or · Af;ENlT FORr- .rr~ rise 3NtoLa O Citcie Pond ofi al ; London a 'd L int·!i tir Afitr "In ur Since Co. ;. Age, Ar 'ott -Lil otiat E xpret '-aed nil weekily cyp'e-ri.. a` F 1 ýi ",' CAY. srmP-.A.i 'ArYT1INC1. SITu, pr'atipLt.,;.'a yoUu CIi I? l'v your niw\pVlker 11is ii JOBPUit t'l IN(;. if you ido not ftol illo ;to ruln advereisaneuits, youi can'. give the iuopiiiitT "yoi, r eIrds, doudgcrs Iillhecad:.:, envclu?ct ,ai? f. l busi unes priiuLiutg ti u execlit ..'J'lho news p 1per lii :. .watus .ilt; wil...

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EASTERN THEATRE OF WAR RUSSIA'S ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

EASTERN THEATRE OF WAR RUSSIA'S ADVANTAGES. Mr J. M. Fawaz, B.A., 1040 Drum mond Street, North Carlton, writes: "On the road to Austria Hungary, East Prussia, West Prussia, Posen, Bilesia, and Galicia, which form the eastern theatre of the war, have be come household words. The opposing armies of Russia on the one side, and Germany and Austria Hungary on the other, who are in death grips contesting evtry foot of 'their soil, 'have re deemed them from the world of obhi vion, brought them to the limelight and made them at the present juncture, of particular interest. The war maps published almost daily have made us acquainted with their relative positions, but there are other question.s of more vital importance which persist in pre senting themselves to the thoughtful readers urging for some satisfaction. Who, and how many are those people, whose land has become the battle ground for millions of soldiers? Where do their interests lie ? How do they materially affect the fortunes of war...

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FEED MOULTING HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

FEED MOULTING HENS. When hens begin to cast their lea thers and droop around in lazy fashion, or shuffle in some shady nook, then is the time that the egg basket returns with bottom hardly covered, for it is the season of rest and transitiou, com monly called "the moult." But despite the falling away, liberal feeding must not be discontinued. This is the hen's rightful vacation. She will repay her owner later on for the feed given her now. A generous supply of food is neces sary throughout the moulting period, Of course a variety of food is profer a1Ue, where possible to obtain. If the grass is dry and woody, a little green lucerno or other green for age plant as a supplement to the usual fresh "pickings" is recommended, in addition to liberal grain rations. Cab bage and fresh chopped vegetables and table scraps are also valuable. .?theol: "Jlc k .ioxleigh is good look ing ecribp, but I don't care for his ways " Mavis: "Never mind about his ways, my dear, think pf bls means."

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THE FOOD VALUE OF CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

THE FOOD VALUE OF CHEESE. The great imupetus in the demand for cheese given by the war in the first place for its keeping and portable quali ties, is now being based quite as much upon its recognised food value. A com parison" of the food value of cheese with that of the other highly nitrogen ous materials, goes to prove this. No kind of meat, excepting dried beef, car ries such a large percentage of protein as cheese. Fresh beef as purchased has, weight for weight, a little more than half the food value of cheese in either protein or fat, and the same is true of practically all other meats. Bacon or fat pork are exceptions, but their food value is mostly in the fat, which can be, and is, replaced to a great extent by the carbohydrate of vegetables at a less cost, and sometimes, perhaps, with benefit tor the health of the consumeor Or, to put the matter another way, one pound of cheese has nearly the same food value as two pounds of fresh beeoof, or any other fresh meat, as food; it...

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FOR THE BELGIANS. SPORTS AND JUMBLE FAIR. OLINDA OVAL LILYDALE SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915. BELGIAN CONSUL TO BE PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

FOR THE BELGIANS. SPOlITS 'AND JU31,E I"AIBR. OLINDA OVAL. LILYDALE SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915. BELGIAN CONSUL TO BE . PRESENT. Vory good entries have been re ccivcd for the iWood Chop und Shef field Handicap. Intending Coma:etLi 'tors in.. 'the other events inre re-, quoslcd t.o give. in their cntries to -Lhe hon. secretaries of the sub-coin. mittees .tas .soon as possible after thelir arrival "on the ground, so us to enable all the events to be .got off in tlicir'order on the programme, and. save- the long intervals betacecn events, : as ofietinim's happens ;t; local sports.. : . All p(rraungemennts" for the day arc - p to: date. An3yone, havinig, n hour or two to spare to-daNiy will' be .wel bomned on0 'tlhe.'. groUiid;,d,;to give;' h little hlcll in ,the w?ork to-o, b ,dole lThe- Belgiai-an Coonsuiil;Il. ., Va.~lidr - kelci;, will .be prescient and wvill nid dress . the -people :iduring:- tlhe; nftei It is sputidnl' requested that 1 ill persons itakig part-i. .the plroces-o .. sid...

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

FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrsine.") The width of skirt controversy still rages, everybody predictS that wide skirts are coming-but none appear. Is it, after all, that we are going to make a compromise with Dame Fashion on this question. Acocrding to an over seas fashion journal it seems very like it, for the writer says:-'"Unquestion ably, the tight skirt is gone, but may. we not look to Cheruit and Callot for something loss obvious than the full round skirt? Tlhe round skirt has an unpleasant way of looking like 1895, and more frequently than not it lacks chic. Skirts will be wider, we'know, but they will not all flare at the ankles. no more than all blouses will button: to the throat. Indeed, it is whether women, who have just succeeded in re ducing their figures to slim, graceful lines, will wish to hide them under the voluminous skirt. 'Will there not rather be a compromise that will allow us a skirt wide enough to walk in with. comfort that is part of an ensomblo which keeps to the more...

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

CROYDON. (Front .Our. Own COirorispoi0det.) - inlln ia at' Last.-ýor- 'sdonic time nt Leas ? n.' ishaltl noit ii ed t' frae lbeoasc 'our.t.andiil-pil C.-has ioti tip-. 'peacucd. " Or ,i Ilanks. ilt t asills ha'.u bei:cit'splendidly- re-filled with :.thIt liquor-. \ hidli- thougli :ilot so 'strolp as liatinvhllich is cauising sUclh iorld wide couccri , is far L ore. iidispcn -sabl.: v ,:, " S L'lgeian ind" Concert0i . " ' Ailaii \. peopl0e io.:io thlinkoii o??f'l traipsinig out ona- " rki'k night' aii'" rsfUi a liony. :theo eutitrttiu?etiitG: wpiýSa t'ol. ,fijy tin , l 1 end? theic s more nimny v0hio scemed to ioip Lively enjoey the c'erience; tiiid it wi vry .g'elihtif yii tl th: ncommiti too Lo so. the: splendid udicil?co isiseimbled oun sueh a nlighlt. h11o juveniles, ai ndei 'the direction t Alis anid MAlis E. Deain, Lbly renii drcied their actioi .sodg' s ind dit? logues '-I he chalirnan ? rt .., Iitdger, J .1.;-ge o: bi; ail "dstir ring: alldre 3ssioita on lgi tlium: e:'li itcl...

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

MELBOURNE LETTER 'prom our Special Correspondent.) "Teaching the Teachers" might well be a heading given to an address by the .Minister of Public Works to the confer ence of the Union of State School Teachers. The Conference was the means of widening the outlook of those who are entrusted with the task of moulding the young idea by reason of its affording opportunity for the ex change of views and the development of theolies which comes of healthy de bate. But among the most valuable of the lessons learned by the teachers in conference assembled are those con tained in Mr. HIigelthorn's address. These are entitled to the greater respect because they come from a self-made man. The principles contained in what Mr. Hagelthorn told the teachers have been tested in that self-making process. He said that at least one of the objects of education was to increase the material welfare of those who secured its benefits. If' the people of a nation were fell'fed and well clad, well housed, and w...

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

LIGHT HORSES. The question of horse-breeding is at tracting great attention in the United Kingdom since the outbreak of the war, and the "Live Stock Almanac" con tains.some interesting conjeatures as to the position of the industry after the war. Horse-breeders hero are concern ed, as it is certain that the English position will be reflected here. The following remarks by Major J. C. Nickisson are not without local appli cation: "'cew people can have any doubt that on the conclusion of the present great European war there will be for sonme considerablo number of years a great shortage of what are called light horses, and that a. great stimulus will thereby be given to light-horse breed ing all over the United Kingdom. Those, therefore, with the accommoda tion and facilities for this class of live stock will be wise to secure any mares available for the purpose, provided that they are liot too old, and are free from any of the hereditary diseases; it mat ters not how much they may be...

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RED CROSS SOCIETY. LILYDALE BRANCH. APPRECIATIVE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

RED CROSS .. SOCIETY. the Qtia.rtcErmo ter-i reant. 1st liat t lio 1st Infantrv Brigade... Coni minnwealth Expeditionary '..Force.s, Egypt., by one of thc Lilydale ltady worke i, thidu.ilg hei' for her kind y-:- thoughtit in. enclosifig notes in art icles of clothing sent firom Lily dile: .Scrgeaint 1-- ,.writes ' tht the demand for .hanid knitted sox ij great. lie lihiaing insullicint. f-or L : the men. , they -agreel to dri?l lots', ..i the. 'lucky' po.sessors of sirniit footwi.r. wcere :nmuh' ..envied by: th, mnfirtminito.s '?i;o I'lrss the blacksm . It is .cry 'gramtifying .to ihe. hldies. .wihd" hlae: Worked -so as" sidtiously 'sinCed tho' beginning of the t t, thalt ; t their. efforts are'o npprec ated': S eiug imee iictings' ,are held ini the Shiiie hlll hi eery Tuesday a'flornooni, and workers are cordially irvited.: Io\'ol is supplitd to nilt tars for .'kiin~ sox.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

T he a'm ouiit coltLecthd by thc ily dable ha jel'li of the \\ N 1- lu wadlrd tbh iuotor 'unhulauce' to be giv'en bi ,bii'C'e llCc' Lxc utivc: toLt alled .C t. 7sr Attei,tlon is, diiccI. d Lo the ud~ eri ise ruct..id inanother c~ohumn cal hug .f or, tcindes for the' ceadication of . bL' ackhomrics; _fi.o'l tho' pJ'cddCcl of ithj bib ci dilo Cs CosGo ;i iopkccoicra of L1lsiIohdae piWd Ciidu bland . cgrecd 'to los ItLL 11 1o cloct's on:a. i'arda, y -morning,-:to aUll :cm i)1 ccS rsiit l crinhilOl S .to ..iticipat Iiii thieYtcLlgiin isports celobr'itione' S::h' etrt'poelitol -pie.s efe very: fai oribkl to thi lforlmishoiwn by. 0. "?3tdd ,aids ,a u'Jaon of Cold stlreal i'- al p()ractice m.tchG :with the 1 endtreii?l (l·ague) -ootbiall tc:un 'The '"Ar4gýa = . inp i o~ 1 Mdden with the "ilhistrious ' Mick: Mladden." of Lcague li. ai ':lAssciatioi ? farm. ituind also -:speaks: .::el 'o: Jamecs: ;:I-n this' issue` -he ;lr'ia G len and Lily lil Jhlo Cluii Olt iiiiti-o tonders fo0.: the. c1tt...

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ADVANCE WARBURTON! A REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

ADVANCE WARBURTO'N A REPLY. (By Our Warburton Corre pondent.) Under the 'above heading (of my -;wnl choosing), I would like to rei ]ly to the caustic comments in the last issue of this journal by 11r F. J. Yciland. President(-of the Sa,? millers' Association, under the head ing' of "Forest Destruction,'" Luld bascel rightly or wrongly,- on thre videws expressed in my humbl ef r,.?.A ., ,,."nd?,e. n, roeadahlie necollut of ott''t arbi~.iLon' Products LxhiUi tion, it~t signiihc'nnc o n l ibS atrnllS bomb vatcrsiru nit;L temonibm tini' L I gmuvo ai optimist~ic thloughl hobtcj TacI~i of· t·he imllncdia1~e uidC1 momo'U memlo 'fotoulrO 01 outr vaIley, comph i: Ssising 'thec pros ~ccl suitabilits: of outr tt mll'h1 I muduiSt~imeS; c'cltmug :-iP? tI.tlO urighter; prosupctU1;. 501 - i;>le·p ,-turi .iduiusfi' ~'made possible- by ..tlhe:niear ii?.coinll.eti?iid o:. .the splei'did~ ?ilye iandivi icad and suggestmiing thlit ;t;h hilnriiig priiflinig' indiusF'ry ;est&blis]h ed -ii our....

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

YARRA GLEN. ·i: ,--t---+----- . l st. ":0itzc synlia, is. flJ. . oL foor theo'bcreaved husiiband, .who as been soriously ill ' for",n'. niy. miioni.ths.,: _.13Belgin. . und: At,. thle Yra, lei CO.tliu ic Carnivdl o pn Easter:. toni clay. shlclp, donated by M 1cHal. Supple, ivws rairled by thIe i'lisses K. -Petty and1. 1 iy'.t for Ehe `el gi it :telicf- Y idn, aniid realised i1' 17s, Mrs . : Fletcher, of Yarra GClen, being .the :winner. COampbell- nd Sons, at. their forti niglitly ;-sale, .on 'ln Tesdaay i t T i::: ait Glen. solld two pumptiuns itu id of Ithe lelgitin ,relief Fund.' Iopupi ii k'iis, which were, donated , Ily :- M Ir N, ]lis, realised £1i' i ,ic.,: etro Sold t.o Mr l%.. L. 1acintyro' for 5as; re-offired a?nd ibolighlt..JI : h3tI-r W'. Weoir 'lfor I.s; re-olfeied.u and bought by 'ir P. Bell for 5s; ie -offared and bought by l1r N. Ellis for 5s; rp offered and finally sold to lles'rs ' , ell and iW. WVcir for 3.i each.

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