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FORMERLY THE ORGANISING CHAPLAIN TO BISHOP OF GRAFTON & ARMIDALE WRITES THIS LETTER STATING THE GREAT GOOD RECEIVED FROM CLEMENTS TONIC. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

FORMERLY". THE ORGANIS ING CHAPLAIN TO BISHOP OF. GRA FTON & ARMIDALE \WT1JTES TIiE LEIL'T.ER STAILNG .TIE GRIlEAT UOOD) RECEIV'.'i .ED FROM CLE1.?NTS ;TONIO. Th'ic lev.: '.. \'." IIli'ris-W'afker. is one uo thei best known a 'orkers 'ill thie church, iiid. is at presenti as socialed witd 0"L o.;f 'the tleiding clhur?liies i n N... li' laboirs. in ;this licli xteLd' ve0\r G \:Caurs`. His ILeter, every= word .or writclh is worth, reading, e.crrics, conviction by rdet soli o its c:rncstlniess rid the de sire express'd i i iit that good .in ay resul fron its publication. The reverend gentleman writes fi'rom his Svdniey hIdc, Gii Corola Avenue, \1'avcrley, I/8/. CLE)IENT','S TONIC L ..) ' "I aving for years usedl (Clenict' L Tounic, .I bear testimony to.it:s value as a: hIonsehold Frll iend, "'A frinud induced mIe to try lem auts Tonic, and altlioughi sceptical i? to 'i s me1rit, I was so gratifilied witli the result of its use t1hat 1 have C never since beeon withouti " it. i i...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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SEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

(From : ourt own Correspondenlt. Bai z??r 1fo elgian PBalbies 'Fund: -Ia ist S tuiday ' afternoon a ci,'r . pleasdit arid ;sociible fulictioii took place.ait tli.e .rsideince 'of Mis : or R. i.r va, h~-ose yniapulhics for the .13elgia ns tooik a -.yeL-y suibsin ti ,l:J form: iii. tlhi p:irouitiol of .t: l ,iI iir to .asiisst in a, special f lund that is -?being raised.` and klinow. is the .ho 3 Belgian albices. iund. V'iit tlhe 'ssistani e of lady friend. i; most ellffctive display . was' made i.t -the (o ts?lls in itliole ous, :ald I.ild. a.lso soinc. of .the residenitli lof the tlistiil; , dcsired. I;o. lio?s. theiir approval of. the object. by sending ib,uty ( goods, fowlst i ' n.td dla:st; but? cortuianly npt. least,. "a. gallantl clhargcr,", gift .of \lr Kent, w.ilhoso disposal helped .fimt.crially to . ii croa;se' the fujtds. ' There N's" no lack of catcrtain niciut for the numeious- visitors in the grounds and gardenh sirounding the. honusc lioop-la was oery Fopu lir anmongt....

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

THE LILYDALE PROGRESS AS SOCIATION MEETINGS will be held as* follows;: 1915. APRIL.... . 10 MAY . ... ... 17 JUNE ...... . 21 JULY ... ... ... 19 'AUGUST ... ... ... 23 SEPTEMBER lt . ... 20 OCTOBER... :.. ... 18 NOVEMBER. .. ... 22 Keep these dates before you. Come along to to he meetings, and bring your friends. Suggestions fur the improvcment, and progress of the township and district welcomed Annual Subscription. 2s Gd. 1. FULLER, Prcsident. W. G. PETTIT, Secretary. Public Notices. TUESDAY, APRIL 27. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMIPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) will hold their .usual Bi-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding, of MILKERS, SP.RINGERS, TAT AND STORE COWS, and lines of DAIRY IIEIF7ERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by .AMIPBELI & SONS, EOUR.KE STRDET, MELBOURNE. Mf,CLELLAND &' CO. STOCK, STATION, LAND, A19D ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE ST...

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

SLATEY CREEK. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Accident.-A narrow escape from a serious accident, occurred to Mr and M~rs Wcgener on Good Friday. A party of Slatey Creek residents ?a-s driving to Beenak Creek Falls for a picnic. Whilst ascending a stoop cutting the horse commcnced to back, anmd before the occupants had limo to jump out the vehicle i'?s ovcrt:urned over the side of a steep embankment. The horse and art, turned completely over, and threw 1r and Mrs Wegcner quite au, chain down the hill. They, how ever, escaped -lith a fei bruises 'lud : svere shlaking. It. was mir uculous tlhat theuy did not receive further injury, and they are to be congratulated. sNew Namnc.-A mosivment is on foot to get the. name Sltey. Creek altered to (Gladysdsle... The post .of lice hlere is nalued' Gladysdale, :;nd iit .ispt G lead to confusiona by having t .o different ianamies: ...As there is athc i t lateyn Cireek ~post oedice i?i'n Victorial letets .iunless care f'ully: addrs?d ,'are liile to ...

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

SUFFERINsG AY 13 BE AVOIDED. -Constipa tion brings many ailments in its train. and is. the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bow ls reguhlar by taking Chlumberlain s Tablets,'anud .ou will escape many nilhmnos vwhich mnake life a, inis ery.. Colistipation is a. simple thing, lyMýli like many simple things; it maur 6 M.id[ to serious consequences. Nature offwti needs a, little assistance, aad when O'ambdhilin's TIablets ire. ta ken ant theo list symptom, oft ny 'ir regularity, much suflering mid- dhis tiecss maiy bi a1voided. Sold by J; HIutchinson, Lilydale; . I Iassen, Milligovo; Scott aind Allen, Yair-a Gleo; S. IT.* Bradshiw ',nd- tl , ,X I liarthi, .le1leTr illo. Colonial Bank of Australasia LIMITED. Authorised Capital £737,931 10 0 Uncalled Capital £193,195 0 0 Paid-up Capital £439,280 10 0 Reserve Fund, £230,000 '0. 0 A BRANCH of this BANK is OPEN DAILY at LILYDALE. And AGENCIES are OPENfor Gen eral Banking Business as follows: YARRA GLEN, Tuesdays, 10 to 1. WARBURTON,...

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

ubllio Notices 8. F. HUNT GENERAL PLUMBER. TANKS, BATIIS, SINKS, and all SHEET1 IRON WORK fIade to Order. H1OT WATER, SEPPIC TANK, SEW. ERAGE SYSTEM, and ELECTRIC BELLS and LIGHTS INSTALLED Estimates submitted for all bran ches of the trade. Address WIIITE HORSE ROAD, RINGWOOD (Next Bamford Bros. ) 'Phone. Ringwood 28. MISSES ANDERSON (late 'of Melbourno) DESIRE to notify the ladies of Lilydalo and District, that thcy havo openod a Dressmaking &Millinery Business three doors from the Post Office, and solicit theii~- patronage. Sdwing of tany description under. taken. Fitt and Stylo guaranteed. Private lessons arranged. ,Hats. RIe t'immed or -Made to Order. : :::'C LcHARGES MODERATE, £1000 IN PRIZES £1000 MELBOURNE EIGIIT HOURS ART. UNION. Acknowledged to. be one of the most genuinoeof all ArLt Unions ever held. 5utOh Year. 59th Year. -As Popular an Ever. ,TIIE GREAT EVENT OF TIHE YEAR 59th ANNIVERSARY OF EIGHT IHOURS 'DAY, GIRAND FETE, SBAZIAAR,- anid ART UNION In Sirdof -'h...

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HAZELDENE. SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

HAZELDENE. SUCCr SS:FU1L SCHOOL CONCLWT. (FYon fur ll n Cipg"respondcnt) T-' concert got ii, by at i lhobl Comunitllce oii Saturdat ovonln,, 3rd inst., w"ts a great success,. M3i '-. ¶U!,uhull ooccupied the chuir.-' The hall wNils erowddcI, and the follow-' ing progranimme as cru'ried out;: Opening, "God Save the Kin,"' Auid icunc (accompanied c by l rs 'uru bull on the orgail); Soin, ".'Pl Like to Live in Loveclnd.'"t Mr 8. "Wil son; Rllecitation,. "llow the Chesjtnut Iuirso .Canie Llodmgl,'th is Ilirons; 1ujica! Sctlec:i.n, i iea nand ?C'ollo, alisscs 31aclic; Recitation, .".l'CC .Gut to go to ihiool.': Muster lI. \ax-i well; Song, "\ hlu 1 Lost, Yon,' Mr TI Bast in ;lleclta tion "Our Colors,'' M.astOr IF. PIarsons; 8uug, "Austra. 11a Will Bo There,: 'Mrs' Turnbull; Imocitition;. 'Ilov the Bitby Grows," Miss 11f. Vines; Song, "Dame Cruntb,"' MAiss . Price; .Rleitaution '"lcssic's Opiuioni,' .ltis ?14. (h4revy; Song, "Loch Lumon?,'! l'iss 1). i\'ilsonm Rccita tion, '"Our OJd Foulks...

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A FIRE AT MOUNT DANDENONG. WHO LIT IT AND WHEN WAS IT LIT? SEQUEL IN THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

A FIRE AT MOUNT SDANDENONG. .S I J, ] i . I N' I h Cb rl i, pY.\y:? !" ' j*5':?!$i? atd .~i:?: 1 ;ho dhi,,iv .:;:.i: Poihc1joi t.'ii i i~ h~ ::I ?o8 tu9 O? hri9i1di 'i4, waJ o lis ppa rec " L iiit i.:i i?, , o C-"iid 'hit o 1 h a?. , a:6re, ? 8 !:t? :.·?f'?(:;t- , er: :. . :C::' i:::; :'ltiit o t"?' ,Iish 'dan'i& ctle. i?id?e l,'l i gi-?d u?t e, ri % di 4 3in rah..i. il . ivid r d-?i.' itddlJ ' bi i$' i ; it t .V ?(. :b 'Hr,?l(l,:.vo~iini ed ' - 7u t ailJair ?, ie .sf'f,1~le.aei ion.il~s ?: dhU:l, }iU.: :-allan ot~int st.it6id t li~ii ..8it l ltj th i>.ti in : ciyldCtiib , .ii.,'i~i ?, L ild t it ; i . is' Ob (i l t o gi: l' Ci i ' toI Ccviiniii i'e 1vo1 al heb isu tlloJi t\, ' lo i: i i tc tiI snicike , wit . saini. . to. i i jtni tcgi ti d ig.. alji:u -lir. ' v ,uo't llt c , le ano i o a.t 6 J mosapuL e ii o o ec?ui ,ltiow avli O'i H it ail ci. ateil n ?d . a oni,. iAto ii i viii o "i lifi d I. hit , r. , ., ,' , J6 ? i j' rlii rtclgt l a i t catl'?s -lollaic ;lit . cli...

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

LILYDALE: CARRYING BUSINESS A, J. POYNER LICENSED CAIlI.EIR. .ALT' TRAINS 1MET. Ordurs Promptly Attended To. CHA E 1J(,, MI)EIATLE. FUIRNITURI REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARIt NTER and LUILDERIt, CLARIKE STIREEI' , LILYDALE. I'RICES SiUdl ITTEI) FOR ALL KINDS OF. WORK. JOEInlNGl WTORlK A SPECIALITY. SALL ORDEDS PROMPTLY S ATTEND1)E 'iTO. BoWLING( RiEn TIA R9O.UIS iWISIES to convey his Tlhanks to tho Liljdale public for the gener ous support givcu himi during the past year, whichl has bcn verylib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very - 'Fiao ssortmont of 'NOVE]LTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECOTIONEY. CONFECTIONERY. CONF'ECTIONERY.Y. , well 'worthy. of insiectuon? '' The VEGETABLFS and, FORUIT. are Good this week and OHEAP;/ Wishing all Patrons the Coompli "o•nts of" the Season. " ' ' . Y BAKER & PASTRY - COOK - Wish.- : ;timatc to thle Resi dents of LILYDALE and surrouind ing Districts that hl:is '.now -a...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Friday.—Before Messrs T. E. Harrison and T. Simpson, J's.P. Railway Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 April 1915

LILYDALE POLICE COURT.   FIrilav.-Before Miessrs T. E. Har. rison and T. Simpson, J's.P. S Ra:lpy Ca~ss. M:r M Joseplh ]caU n appeared for the Rail?iay dclepartmeit, ins several pros ciuiisOfns its follows : JAlfred lEdaiards cbhiarged with tra. ellin Gfir class on s.a sccond class ticket from: liniders?stiectito Wiia as iti?:to;n 1st:TFebriri't.";:r?.' ined £;1, aniil?7s ;lid 00costs. I iii old Ie i ' n; g.ravellinig with ut?? a.' ticlketd?i.etaceii i?elbonrne and ifooisoolbair oin.: 20??:: Febrsuary. Fined.:J Cind 5s costs 12'.days' C :ltr.phi fti. av11iehg ithioaut n ticket beta ienii;Coldstrem hi adl arra Clet o:bn is :.ebruar ?i.: 3 li' T les ppea? edi':foi;s defendain in ..this cas.e. and eidence w?is: brottuglit .to. show th::at, thee 'ias i.o itenitiii :of dc fraitdiig: the delpittienf.: A: party. ?.s pl"ocetdiiif to pt rlifcnic ait H-ca ls 11},:ll ii d dloend tit?'ls brotel, oiwho teas ibuin t.lihe :.tickets.- ieglected to obtain o? c for defendani.. The tnsncl...

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YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

YARRA GLEN. (From Our Own Correspondent.) On Friday evening last a social was held in the Victoria Hall, Yarra Glen, in- aid of tho Belgian Relief EIrnd; i.uid ivas the means of add ing £(. to the'local fund. During the croening songs \i-ere pleasingly rendered by the Misses Morris and Ve Ellis, and Messrs Crait, Chal mers, anld llnyan. Gaiems, dancing iand a .coffee supper added much to the eveniig's-g enjoyment. TWe atc pleased to say that our long looked for new station is now neariag completion. A local papor wants all the loca: printing. One penny per week for the poaper is fair support, but your order for printing, either 5s or L5, is far better.

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KILSYTH. OPENING OF NEW SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

KILSYTH, OPENINU OF NEW SCHOOL. (From Our Own .oarrcspondcnt.) Theu up-to-dato ncw building re cezlntI ciructod by the Uovernmcu t it Kils. tli nasi lotnually opened on Thlursday 15t Au pril. The juveniles hd a 11oli0a1,( but .pupils, parents and friends assemblcd in the ifter noon in goodly numi ri, and in spectcie the buildin'' which lias so credittibly beun recctd by MIr 11. 31itcelltl, the contractor. .3Jr 1. it . Tomkins, the clinirmnn o1 ihe iSchool Counuittec, briefly apologisud for the ibsence of .the Ministur inud'irectlot of Education. and of Mir Tas. liru'ot, MI'L.A., whicse prior 'nigaaemont9 preyeated thuir mtetonitico, 1i e I the intro ducod Mi J. I. Jone, X1.L.L., who if un 1n)ble tnd suitable address re ferred to the stiides lIken Iy-the dutio'it Ln t'ilep, rtmnent ntl rocent yores ill proaidcling suutablu buildingi for the cbhi tou nd to uchers. l1e Lnu plutsiedo tine in d of co-oporation on thn..e part of parents .with. the conunitte-' tnd techeru in, beauti Tfiih;...

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ALTERCATION BETWEEN NEIGHBORS. LEADS TO ACTION FOR LIBEL. WONGA PARK RESIDENTS AT VARIANCE. £499 DAMAGES CLAIMED. INTERESTING EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

ALTERCATION BETWEEN NEIGHBORS. LEADS TO ACTION' FOR LII3EL. WONGA PARK· 1ESIDENTS AT.: VAiRIA NCE. £I9J DAMAGES CLAIMED. INTERESTING EVIDENCE: -·i-~ In tIhe Mclbourno Couxity Court on 'eAl 4x04ay, 21st April, ibcforc [H'is 1onor Judoge Iould and , specp ial jury of four, Petir otonii Rload orchrardist of 'A onga P rlk sued Preder ick Topping, orchardist aind carpenter, for vilful and rontlicious libel: The plaintiffl? cliacd dainrn acgos for that. tior defendant mrll iliously wrote pxublislniod and c ured to h o prilitcd the folloiin" lettetri -'A1 cdi.At i and )brutaP ladc k Ma macto ohi in i-olderl3 lady here list, 'igli by as rinitgioluer named II.f lea.d T[ho lid3 ais o] rionind 1.3 visct, and the par tics, wcre con Vorsin" on local Tinattcis \then a bintalattiackt a madit e Bcfore the ltdx keen aiiersc $\ae wi'iI-hIid her by theo thii1o'at actua]I) bumip ing his knee iniito the loweor part of hor bod, with the rrc'9illt, Ihit sei is n in 's of bruiseC iThi? is niot thoty fitit ...

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BOWLS. LILYDALE v. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

BOWLS, LILlA )\L1' . JiEAu E.VliJ.. . The f ilnl matlnch f''or~ the sen~sbnl I).iWcCnO theL ubloe clnubs wia play o it lie Ilesvillo on 'Aednesduly, wo-boIn* alturr an c joViLil' ghmei. {.he Lilydnloitcs "cre victoirious with 10 hloinull sipO . 'hun Vihoi'; · worn I I I, . l. QILJV ]W - I?U I,?? I .,; U, 'I IIV ' I - t., it; , ,illo. ladi3es providiig .exCelleil, re T;'eshments.. T'lie ]le lic'svilleit.s ire 'or(luiuft6"i i n g the, liirty cu ope;ir.:ion olt' ;hd Inldie. i the eln tlrt.iiiinit of -visitors; , i li o lCinl ;t.y, iud choice: ial(.ur ot i'th re froslimelds pllwnivs D1inig. n- f'iire 11.i tiho .licuies\lliue reen.i tir A. 3'Si:wrthli (vice-prcsidlcelX) express ed his club'. thiianks. 'or (lihe' Wiirni w?lcoine and lr'ealtieuit of 'the Lily dalei(es, wNhou hi s Ai\ 0joyt1 moetL iii'? tf i,r rivils. r I l iC uiitide (pre sideit) 'eoigrauitxl d t l'i ilydale lCtit o n hlieir'. \v;11 t desorved \1it .andL: eCllthusiaLIn i uchors , L Cere givey Iby ,.achli i.(tit .fo1 hceir ...

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YARRA GLEN AND LILYDALE HUNT CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. PROPOSED ABANDONMENT OF POINT TO POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

YARRA GLEN AND LILY· DALE HUNT CLUB. ANNJAT MFEDTINGf. PROPOSED AM3ANDION31.ENT OF I'OINT TO 'OLNT'. T¶fhero was a large attendanco at the anuuall mceting of tho above club, jihld at' tie Lilydclio Hotel on Weducsdex cening. T[he 1'residcet (Mr 0. Do Pury) occupied. the chair After. thoe balanco sheot, which *as of a very satisfactory Inature. Inad been received, the election of oflicc-hearcrs for the Onsuing sea len itook place, and resulted are foilldew : .resitdent, tir C.i E o iPry ; ice presidcut's, lMessrs C. J. Mitchell, Jos. Dunn, and Dr Cross; Hlon. Se Secretary, Mr Hal. Supple; Hon. Trcaisurer, Mr T. E. Harrigoni ofli.' Auditor, Mr F. ]H Boreaford; Corn ifitteo (1ine nominations)-M-Mesrs T.. 'I'nt, yr, C. B l, '.:M . To¶ii . ;.. . \. A rimstrong.. Jos;- Bucll;, arid Tos. Poyner. ..' . 3feeSh U. Dunne .id W hIiu ton that aias'o mecting be hold this r u usia.d 'flie I oint-to roini. Mioisrs J e Poynor uiid C, Ikit i noveI:tiat tEhe r 'iutd to-Point; incet ingl boheld ak usua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

FORMERLY THE ORGANIS ING CHAPLAIN TO BISHOP OF GRAFTON & ARMIDALE WRlITES TH'Ihil LI"TTER STA'fTING THEII CREAT VI OOD JRlGEIVED iLROM C'LEMIENTS TONIO. Tue lic. V. W. Harris-Wujlkcr is oine oA the blest' kneoi workeri in thi clhrich, and isi *t preseiit is sociaxted w ithi one of the le olin' chiurchies in N.$.W. I his labors in this ficlid extend over "o yver. His lettri, icory wnord of ixliichi is~ ortb rcading, carrics coxln ition by rcel sonl of its eariiestcess ani thy de( site dpressed ill ti tiat ttgood inuy iesull frons ij pulblication. T1w revercud gcutleman writes from his Sydniey hoic, G9 Corona. Asenuc, Wsaverhely 'i/S/il CL'FNTS TIONIC LU)TD. "iltvin' for yexrs used COlments 'I illo, I bear bstiluony to its dtlue as a HIouschold hriwnd, "'A fiende ind nced me to try Clewu hitst Tonic,' adi ththoiiu'l scgptictil as to it imcrit, I sas so igtatsfied witlh the result of its usc that 1 lhive iicver since been nihioiout it. I lounid it a splendid. medicinc to regnla...

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LIFE IS WHAT WE MAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

LIFE IS WHAT WE MAKE IT. Let's oftenor talk of nobler deeds, And rare of the bhad ones, And sing about our happy days, And not about the sad ones. We were not made to fret and sigh, And whosn grief sleeps to wake it, Bright happiness is standing by Tlhis life is what we make it. Let's find the sunny side of men, Or be believers in it; A light there is in every soul That takes the pains to win it. Ohl thsere's a slumbering good in all, And we perchance may. wake it; Our hands contain the magic wand- Our life is what we make it. Then here's io those whose loving hearts Shed light and joy about theml Thanks be to them for countless gemns We no'er had known without then,. Oh! this should be a happy world To all who msay partake it; The fault's our own if it is not This lif( is what we make it. For chronic night cough, try. taking a teaspoonful of whisky and pure glycerine ini equal parts. This can be kcpt iii a bottle by the bed in case of need, and will be found invaluable.

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CROYDON. For the Belgians. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

(From Our Own Coireponrp u - Fur tho Belgcllis. ' On1 Saturday (to-morrow) aiiliU-'v comnbinod prognruinm, .rpreseu ag Crvudon, K ij1sth, 1ontiose; iMoor opiirk, and' city VildIVA ~is to bc Kil~ tilc l t d tho' pro nods Lto go toto tho loI gn Thliie ftput'L'Mr W Vor t. .e Wilt ilso ineo:iii cf his cliInmlatotOt'rlpl) 0so linh thoro is upile i. ust;ihcatmOii ntlo t o\])ecltatioi of I buintmer house. Literur3 ojild JLiblicaIT C iill( 'At the Literary -and lIiblhc i3 Guild, on OtLh inst.. .ov.e 11 31 Burns gavdo d cxcullelnt, pepL or0 Dickens. headinigs from that. ievll kztUa n Lutlhor's woiks made Il) ha intervesting evening. Croydon 'Train Service. Skilway iiuttlers have been the absorbing topicu during the paLSt week, and after the Progress Leigue hlnd dealt with the mnat(ter of tIhe pIrol)osch altcraitio oi thi1e 109.5 l.ini. (loldvII. (mJiII to an nlterinato sdiwe.'v 01 '.1.. ~Lld IU.2ii p)1m. trajin., a ]pub he icounct ng iyaea clld fur the I 9thi iti.t.. Quite. a large moetilig ...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

BOWLED OUT. \Wrhoj1U Mr. Jenjkins wont to his bod room at,ha!f-past one, it was with the dctermination of going to sleep, aud with another ` determiination that he would not be intervieived by Mrs. Jen kins. So, as soon us he eiiteted the door and deposited his lamp. upon thie dres sing-table, heconminenced his speech: ''I locked the front door. I put the chain on. I pulled the key out a little bit. The dog is inside. I put the kit ten out. I emptied the drip-pan of the refrigerator The cook took the silver to bed- with her. I put a- cane ubder the knob of the back hall door. I put the cake-box back in the cupboard. 1 did not drink all the milk. It is not going to. rain. Nobody gae me any message for you. I posted your letters as soon as 1 got down town. Nobody died that weo are interested in. Did not hear of a marriage or ao- engagement. I wia$ vcry busy. at the oflice niaking out bills. I have hung my clothes over the chair-backs. I want' a new, egg for broakfast. I think that is ...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL FOREST DESTRUCTION. A RECONCILIATION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

LOCAL FOREST )ESTRUC. TION. SItiCOQNC'ILIATION. To the 1Editor. 8ir,-"Our Own Correspondont's E good humored reply tu lay letter on thet nove suhject cosisbits of three divisi ones--'irst, he usildly rebukes mne for taking too seriously wVhat he iiys; second, he interprets ehlat he did say and ;what I regarded nIs the handwriting on the wnll; thlird, ha givcs a 1ieateise on For oetry, quoting his own experience, that of exper1.s, rInd figures in a Mwa.y that perhaps few sawrnill-rs coulld do. andI one is cormuerlledr to think thit, whIatever hliis sLate of mind when he wrote the objection able (text), he was certainly wide bkwako when he wrote the hlater, and will ruei nm rik of cannoning bff anyone while he writes thus. First: I think -"Our Own Corres noudcit hardly does. himself -jus tiC when, after quoting the objec ;lionable claise, hle puts in brac ktus. "Whiphl 1 penfeb s I lialf hoped nmigt, in these dull times *be pu'o. vocative of a .much. needed .discus sion of theo neu-ds...

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