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"YE OLDEN DAYS." [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

"YE OLDEN DAYS." Thirty years ago Bruce people were a -frank andi truthful set. Strangers could come there and trade horses with their eyes shlit, and breach of proniise case were unknown. Folks meant what they stid, and when thoy gave their word they stuck to .it. Exactly thirty years ago a widower froni Glongarry County appeared in Kineardine on business. The same biusi ness carried him over' to Bervie, eight mtiles away. While on his road he stohppd at a log fariihouse to wcarnm his cold fingers. Ho was warmly welcomed. by the pio noer and his wife, both of whom wero well along in years. After some general talk, the woman queried: "'Am I right in thinking you are a widower?'' ''Yes." "'Did you come here to findia wife " ''Partly."' "Dlidl anybody tell you of Susie '' ''No." ''Well, L've got as. bouncing it girl of twesnty-two as you ever set eyes on. She's good-looking, healthy and good tempered, and I think she'll like your looks." ''Where ;is bhe? ''Ov-er il -the woods there, c...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

RINGWOOD MARKET. -4-t- D.I . 0 'Cldllaud aud Cu. report: --larklat 'cll sup;)lied with cabtlia Qtc. .1nd1 'nYhthuing fleshy sold wcll,. 3'ilkers, to. £9 7s Gd;· spriigcrq , £6 gs to L8 11s; fat cows, £6 &e to £9; *boocy cows, £4i5 l to ~1; choPiers, 8" 10O to £ )15y; bulls, &.J 10s to Lb 1sb;,v ue lers, T Gu tio 410s; storo cowis, dos to. Os. Pigs. -'orker, 3'2s Gd to LO8 sli~ps, 10; G( to 10s; suckrs. 4s t') hs. Poul. Iry.--Cckcrcl¶, 4's tid to Gs 9d pr. I fat hucO , (i d t) >Is h1; duckk, to ts palr. lHoreC.- Po1 Oul to £6 Os; nodimun draughts,' to £l 5s. huuudrilos USIUIl-)pri)e#* W\a rburton molulsl'. sale to-moor. rowl (Saturday), 21th inst. Iling. wood weekly <al1 nq lonJdimy n~ext tj~~~. uuuui.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER -4-- irom our Speoial Correspondent.) T'ho revelations as to Ithle conditions at UIroadniead ows owing to lack of win ter equipmiunt or the troops in train ing are disgusting. There have been during the past week some unmietak- I able indications that the season is at hand when warm clothlng and adequate protection froimi damp are necessary il the health of' the men who are fitting them,,selves to light bor the Enipire is to be preserved. 'ITle indignation that is righteous has found expression in upbraidhigs of the authorities, but they appear to hiase done thei1 best. The strailn timposed in equipplung the large numbers of men who have been pro pared for the Expeditionary forces duu'ing the past few months has been too great for the facilities available. Therefore, while the anxious parents of the young suldiers in thle miaking, who itre writing to the papers in con domnation -of those who are handling the situation are perfectly justified in their claims that the...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

- RING WOOD. From Our Oin Correspondent. L1O.... Annivcrsury.-Thle aunnivir sary of thOe ling'vood- branch I.O.R. *.aws held cni Tuesday eveniing last.. 'lYliero iwi s large attendai ce of. membeir, nud Bro. "the: lon. 3. G. '4binbre\ , 3I. L ., occupaid the chaiir. Aii ejoyable c'.enuing Wiii spot an accept~able prograinnie oif v occi l instrumenitil numbers be. ilg ni droiide . Durnng an. interi al in th1e proceedin"'i is st inrr0ig ad. dries wia deidchred by lro lem- 'ci b)Iu( at t~he ternainlition~ ci whiclh h tl s ie prtscntcd edlstafoi uri nietn dirsor f the'l.ent proceeding ioi the fIionit. 'Bro. LougIt aelso spoke.: A oCllhiectiuinas waketk up durinn the) oonting" uii tie sium of La l11) iias kidde ti the lied Cross lund Ai ilk.ilcd progratinic of the pru coodiit is u as followd: Opeo Ovreit~ure, Mrs t.0 V. brCofwood Seii" l "olling /Dowin to lic," Mir A& ii~dun; Boata i~oig "Drittin", Rhingwood Choral Soiciety; 'lecitat, ':Prinzc" 'r. S. L .o cin; tondg, Miss Cribbe...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By."Rusticus.") Now that here is sonse reason to ex pect a normal seasoii, wheat grower will have heart to sow the largest areas possible with view to getting the benefit of the high prices that must rule for the results of next harvest. There is always something to be learn ed about everything, and even the old est farmer will probaibly find hints worth adopting in the opiiiions recently expressed by Mir A. A . Itichardeon, the Covornmnent Agricultural expert, who is an authority. the amount of seed that should be used varies within wide linits. 'iThe principal factors which govern it are climiate,time of sowing, character ol sced-bed, and the variety of wheat. Mr iRiciardson attaches the greatest pos sible iimportance to early sowing on clean land 'the actual date on which to commence will vary ivith the dis frict aiid the character ol the season. This autiiiii the soil is sufliciently dry to allow of the seed lying in the ground ungerminated* Thore \is, for tha...

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

LLYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS M1ET. Orders Promjtlly Attcndcd To. CHARGES MODERATE. FURiNITURE R2ELMOVED At. horlcet Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and lUILE , CLARKE . STREFT LLYDLE 1'RICES SUMITi '[TED FOR ALL * - INDS OF WO0RK. DJOBBING WORK A SPECIALITY. ALL OHDitEIIS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. SB(IWLING GRIEEN TEIAi ROO9BS ,*.IS1I.IES to convey his Thanks Lo the Lilyd;le public fur thlie gencr oiis support, given him during t'ie past yenr, which Iiuas hecn very lib cral iideed. Also to intimate that le hais puichased a very Fino A sortmont .of NOVETIEHIS. NO YELTIES. NOV1 JTiES. NOVELTIES. ,NOVELTIES.. NOVELTIES. COiNFECTIONERY.. CONFECTIONERY.' CONFECTIONERY. well .osrhli of iis;cetion. Thl VEC'ETdAILES and ERUIT are Good this week 'and CHEAP. .' Wishing all. Patrons the Compli usents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK SWisha* Ltiluate to the .Resi dents of L1i DALE anuc surroUniid ing Districts that le is now carry ing c.n Business in...

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

&ATHERTON Central Cash. Store YARRA GLIEN, A GREETING To Our Customers and Friends. We ar here to stay. We are hore to mek' a success. We like the country and the * 16plb &:like Our ..Busi. ness, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. THE BEST GOODS and THE LOWET PRICES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. First-class Yalut In DRAPERY OLOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROOKERY GROOERIES Orders Delivered all over the District, Don't forget the Addre s: E. A. ATHERTON '/ARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The Nationau Cattle Food, of all kinds. . London and Lancashire Fiile Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale-.Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. HELP YOUR NEP\YS APEI. The gwatest aid jbit 1fl'-~ your newspaper-ja-ynnr JO1: 1 1SN! 1NG. If you dt f~-eI tile to run adlertisements, you can give tho newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, aud all busi ness printing to eocuto. The news paper muau wants it;, and it hclps him to pay hi...

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

FOR WOMEN (B, "Ambreoeine.") So many differcut ideas are being put forth on the questioss of niodes that we are becoming quite dazod as to what really is, or is siot, highest fashion. So it were wiser to go abroad for a solution of our fashiofi difliculty, and flud what those in the hub of fashion making have to say about it. Ono well known writer says:-'"This season the most contradictory elements prevail in the world of fashion. On the one hand, there is the gown with the close-fitting bodice and full skirt. Both Silhouettes are hero now, and it is from their do volopmoont that the prevailing mode will evolve. At first it was thought that the tight bodice and full skirt would sweep the mode. They certainly will be worn, but there is a question as to their con tinued dominance "Different. esitirely to every other type now being shown," continues this writer, ' is the loose, flaring Eton coat. Such mhodels ase usually close only at the throat, and swing out from there in a graceful,...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

Local Informnation PENNY POSTAGI. Thc ncwv.postal attcs, including le iou'y postago on letters, cvame into iorce. on Mlond iy, .1ay 1st, 19l11 The reduced rates aro as fiol low: 'BiHRiJG~ai~viOUT T1LtUB. COMMBON \ Jntiljeplllpu : d o Al.iU icttisiid pc 0/ nch tt i ao issihgle Id chie Do. repl, li c'Itih nilf. Dsi o srplyril e ic in A if r-iiiitedi~'~ fipeis 'cl'is:id per p .0 Iipolis80iitcOuside Austsalia Qt pee 4ols, in Aust'l~tD:iTia,·lcii, Od ci per '407" Commere 1a pcis, pi ferns, sun picLs d nmectindiso It per 2oz OVFRSIEA DO3EtNONSI to t n01tited lKugdort, Coverseedo midionus riish colonies and pro 'ticos'atis ofep the aNcwltcbridcs, ·10id ,l per. o;· :: Ir hrinfcr of' Nonr thiii I iji 'iDirif ili' uoloimonii sluinls o: Leffeik Il per 4.o Post Cniets,; 'sifidle Id ])ogrcpty Id eicph hal Letter Gards, sinle, Id. Do; reply, Id earnii l tIl. Mag'rzines, ill pcr Soi. eccci ad ditionalt doi.,d flocks, Id per 4oz. Conmaicisaitil apers, Ild petoz Pristedt Papers, 1l pe" Bx Patternis ...

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NOTES. A list of donations received will be published in our next issue. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

NOTES. A list of donations received will be published in our next issue. It has been decided to diraw the ~.lles that are still outstanding on the niight of the next Piot~ure Show in aid of t~hn funds, which iiwill h on .Wednesdjty, 5th JMais, when the film of the Precession and of enCots on the ground will ho show. Ioe there. ani see yoursef and your friends on the screen. as well na somo splendid w.r pict.urs. A: mnuch larger tnachino will be in oper. ation on this occasion. It; culd u rtadinl3 h4ve C:eon dilfl; cult ti have 'i more oriCinul chir acter thin M.r IT. Fisher us a Iul. lock Driner in thie procession. Iu looked itind ictd, aid in flict 'aton th et cli~tctcr to perfection. fri 0 A. A-iuncan's- moteir c ci wiichgi g 0ino1 first priie, w~s decor nioddia anianner most c;vditdble to tili th~n41ies who did thlio aorkwho sti8cd &onsideiable istsphad skin ll in airanging .the decoritlion. %e ch'alleng a u" of 'art b)et~woeil the Lildidle and Evelyn t6nms csta tedei- dC...

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THE CONCERT. A BIG ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

¶LIIE:-· ~Tl·csciJ'rr. 'A I31 C.TTENDANOE. A fuitlier oppoitudnit wais givcn to. ~shl sy mlii:) tlif wtih the Ikl1 gians in a practical wiay iii thc eveni ng wlici a *i and concert wa g"icil in the l-the'ddeimi Idall Lily d iii ' ?i aid of the fuinds. lie liil wats packcd t* the doddi aI an yealy houir, in n mcrl enjoy able pro1r0iniC 01iiof i musical iid tlo. cut ioona .items~ was pros idfd, 0he inijorit.t ol c the perfornuinci 51oi)0 1 local artitst .'hiss L.~ OcI openiod OtetiiAs lpdrt of t lie prograinnto wit llpinno torte solo Ond tihd e. folidc in' er tist9 conjtribluted to the inusla ica cr? t~ioii: .-1M Antoonic (song) Mies cones (in mliii), Me I. Lowv (inilog, 'Wheu thie Ebb Tbide Floms ), and tlhe Coiupciwell Quyartetto Pa~rty ci instiriiientIlistm, Dressed as .i "fetclini'o yoini lad', d i id intr diiced to the aiidieicme is Miii itliki T]~irtwii 2Master A. 1Bunyan Suin' "J'crcv's Eithter,' 'd 'liter "Sistei Susioe Sewing Slhirts fm: Soldiens," to flic j d 6e hl of is hea...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

Sbloi Iol convenience ol Ibcrponri altcncfltin" Mado linc \Ic1bals JDue+an Rllicf J' anid Coacci~icr Mci f olliou nn sUi ootL i ill be inr i on to. Lil t dlu oiL' .~Lucsdiy flC t, ,21tdLii a 0~ re tt to tuouIIG Llc ea Al of'3Mrs 1' ash. 'tsw ife, of 2ls .Pau s\k V.Y qlshis or IailydcLue \ho ducie in. Melbpturin out VA uhueada ix 90 'dIfr ua '1suing nig 1ilness:. '!Lhc d ecused lucWd~vas *or1 years of ago. (A clearing~ sille, ons bonuni of Isir' )?vuis' :o ill hi counduced h'y i'lessits I) Cs '1 Clollisd uiul Co. oun Statssirdy i s .hl' on tiuopo n iscg,. "sultuin re osi ingwsood. I r ticsilais.'s i C ouidsv tu ci flulse'oi sacusid A. Ieiber firon 0 (Jtudiin.gi te r XYlurr JillcLonll \oiWcT suippl)1, is held over, to'cthcr: with otheit IiXLLtI, till inxt .issuc. '.'AX JIRudge of Mci bou~rne Shafts': writes il. ~in 10l0% [c s me rgardin" the 'aiid1ineg liiion. (101lctio wil ith i i the pice don0Ilic ot Ithe uoiitliiw not1 ( l1 l11edd I b letr caCilol i be h publilicil.t At ia meeting ...

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

Public Notices. TUESDAY, APRIL 27. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMPBELL S SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) will hold their Sususl 3i-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when they will havo forward the usual yarding of MILLERS, SPRINGERS, EAT AND STORE COWS, and lines of DAIRY IIRIFERS, STEERS, AND XOUNG CATTLE. Entrics now being received for tiis Sale by CAlIPBELL & SONS, DOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. RIE1%TG-WAOOD iWGLELLAND '. CO: STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND; ESTATE ACENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, ·RING;WOOD -Jq1 AMIissrs We* ad 1. C. M Clland Auotioncers. AUcTION SALES CONDUCTilD EVERY MONDAY m, 1t 130 pmni ...Of... CATTLE, i HORSES, PIGS, 1 OULTRLY, 1UIINITURE, Etc. Splendid Accomrnodation Paddock provided .for catt le, adjoining yards. Capacius Storage Room for Fur niture. 2rontlly sales of Cattlc, ttc., hemld at, our yards, ppposite Leith's l1b tel, Warbumrton. 3Y. OLARK} Lotml: Agent:. ENTRIES INVIT2YD , Mlun~icipal NJotices;· Shire of Lillydleo I'ENDUES, addr...

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FOR THE BELGIANS. SPORTS CARNIVAL AND JUMBLE FAIR AT LILYDALE. BELGIAN CONSUL PRESENT. A BIG SUCCESS. £250 REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

FOR THE BELGIANS. SPO]RTS CARINIVAL- AND JUMI 1L]E FAiR A'D LILYDALE. flELC1, d PRuY E ii'st £250 IR.ExLISED. After weeks of cnergetic work in proparationi, the 1iports and Jurx ble F-ir in aid of the Belgxin lie Jief Fruid took place ou the Olinda OQal Lil dale, on Sa.turdd3 last. The iiholo atfair .na. x. huge .suc coie aund shloffed iln a unmistak nble mauncer tha. the. Lilycdale tlid dishrict: people are? not. 0on1 .hist beliinid in then cir otsoi to ssil. id the ichlef of thie -Lelgians ini their dire dxstiscs. sec11tckionfsoff tho comrhifitnithflrow Pl~hI'i2sele har til; Iii~b t ihoiccjiuilt a heo dT Ut ho pud: ~.soco rthc :iTiOUu:bi uou mulllttot w orked ninocithy lhild well; ait the rosuili wws that olinli tie ig p;iedf of iLl ou i eitich Jlo.l menl' iotion- uiC: inusuche di Uideu ]oc ili iovouiniill w dli so imanu wororlrit nocessaiir .VOUid O ýI I s. iO-U iC. I OlI uilo , ,ln ie einernl. secreturil'hip, cnt. iling very respoisible iidl'.1onerous duttlies,:va itu t.he ., ea...

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

WARBURTON. (From Our Own 0orresponileti.) MTccl ni~ics' ]nstitutc. The YPrsi clot, in 1 Sw u cretury ]viIgg .prosuilt ed th1e0 amuan l ba lance slcet.. duly attestcd to lihi (C ief 'ocrctair's delpa Uncutt, a; fiant of £3Q- Ains lIecii mxild towerds thc. piliidin inil. uni \ liberal grant. is i pao to be nidde fo r .the purchiase of booik oir t1he libirry u hitch now con taiiso.1000 vsoluines. TIie coimittct expects to expend 51.-b is books th!it', 0o1· anid suibscCiibci Srste in viidtc t6 sclud in the titles ot miny books they dedist. I Pie Iosc iuad thc Ik]ol.-To c ml oilt dc i bt on te Vin e tic )ri'lade's apmliancu 0- the Vt 'rbuitoii DrImattic Club are rehesruirsi tihe coineds "1'hu .Cherflul riiL si (clidentix adllipted frion the (crunon). Ihis piice .xhuolol preseilt no difi1cult nes to tlie conipaui, mid w\ill pirobably be itged lin Julie ifthe ti. Ltst. I. 3iusie ml. lieal.- uo the lid1 'itcu I uiid, thic Tuona ouohrchestua, reinfoucecidby some city. friends, is guin'ig our...

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A WEEPING BRIDEGROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

A WEEPING BRIDb3ROOM. The following description or an amus jug bit of experience is given in "Re miniscences of a Soldier." A dinner party was given to Colonel Stuart, just before his marriage, by some bachelor friends. In the hotel where the young men assembled, a- number of elergy non of the Presbytory of Aberdeen, then in session in the city, were stay. ing. Bent upon having a good time, the young fellows irroverently played what was termed the "cayonne trick" upon some of the worthy ministers. Colonel Stuart had sent to London for a new suit of clothes in which to be married. 11o wore the suit on this evening that he mcight do honour to his friends. We let him tell the rest of the story: "'After the dinner I left Aberdeen and vent to England to be married. My father-in-law was so well known in the town in whinh he lived that the Sroads to-the church-were crowded on the day of the ceremony, and the church itself was crammed. I took my place with my intended bride at tho altar, an...

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FIRST-CLASS CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

FIRST-CLASS CREAM. There will be no denying that the average quality of our cream has risen imumensely in the last few years. So has the average quality of our butters, due largely to the improvement in the creams, and yet a good deal to the im provemoent in factory equipment. This notwithstanding, there is room for more care in the handling of cream on the farm. The way the cream is handled on the farm after it leaves the separator, affects to a considerable ex tent, the success of the factory. There is ~a wrong way and a right way. Sep arating the cream into the factory can without any further attention is a sure way to spoil the product, and if this is repeated morning and night, there will be layers of cream in the can that will be encrusted, and ohemically and bacteriologically opposed to eachl other on the arrival of the supply at the factory. The correct way may be a little more trouble, but the results com pensate for the effort. The first requisite is a clean, airy se parat...

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THE TOP SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

THE TOP SOIL. The top soil of an acre of arabl land to tho depth of eight inches is estimated to weigh about 1,030 tons, so that a dressing of ii :wt. of fertiliser to tho are is really the application of only hboot ) oz. ot fertiliser to a ton of soil, and the juasliticifs actual plant food, oitropes. phosphate anod potash, oeetn iinitilci 'mall, snoi 3dt says a con temiorcro , these mtinit' quantitieo of available plast food exert a wonderful tit ncore o thy growth of tho crop. Whco we apply a top ircssinig of 2 cwt. nitrate of soda ipr acre, we are putting in the ooil otly alout ½ oz. of actual nitrogen to every 35,8410 oz. of soil, and still tie elfect is great. It sceents ar vollous, says tho "Journal of Horti rututtre."

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A TRIP IN A SUBMARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

A TRIP IN A SUB-1 MARINE. Of all the many sorts and conditions of oraft embraced in the navy of a tirst-class Power the submarine is the smallest and least aggressive looking. There are many people who urge that submarine craft should not be a fight ing unit at all, not because of any fear ful power she possesses of involving an enemy in frightful catastrophe, but that life in her, leaving war entirely out of the question, is unnatural and pregnant with an ever-present sense of dread and foreboding. This feeling is in the marrow of every submarinist, though there is no braver body of men in the wide world. However, these amphibious creations of man's genius exist, and wo have to make the best of them, singularly enough against our better judgment as a nation, foi the Lords of Admiralty for a time would not hear of their adoption till they were virtually forced to toe the line by the submarine acti-ity of Germany, France and America. These craft might be all that was claimed for them...

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DEATH-BED REPENTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915

"s ) . - DllT-1BEDI1 & REPENTANC . BY P ASTOR IUiSSLLj. xt-e"'Verily, I say unto thee, thou ihalLh be wi itlh ine in Paradise." Tiuike xi~iiI, -.). Fcv of cIthe Misler's iords havce bce so mioeundŽrstood as this text, mnd feo miiun di rstandinI"g hive produced so tcrrible o Iruitage of cii. Tie inlluence of this tCxt cc greailh iIn ic'anied by tie uieuriptural thoumghl .tlih the dyi g siii ler panscs to evdri'sititie or urle. Thlose 0 htoec -lopec bfor their dead are boijig held oupby t hiyi 0rror ig'g at the sireative of the thicf 011( lople tate thli deatel lcd onle expcrieiiced ii. flioirpen epenl tosce-aidl Jesus, Lfoiii gii ien, 'iiid sotiigiihtiwy wiias c(arricd to Paradise' liii' abciiidity' of the proposition.* io c on dcd olut h the ionglisi' of' hopevith lottoe for th e I. cci cd e ra cl do Ic rheicm betiiintedri pt 'tumm;eb Whail O . ile Jijiron'. I.. -ic 1.iji1ilaU, i l; by an aiiaslin' bullct in ;a'dlistlaiiniin'ing regioi, liad.died?i a mceilm r oi'-ino. l?r ci...

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