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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
For ConStipation, Biliousness, Bad Bre~ath, Headache, Indigention. Delightful Family Medicine ~ C. He. Y9ARDLY.9 Successor to P. C. HILL & 00. GEJERAI STOREKEEJER WEST WARBURTON FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery, Ironmnongery Boots and Shoes. GIVE ME A CALL I All my Goods are of the Best Quality, and my PRICES are MODERATE. Agent for Melbourne Daily and Weekly Papiers. Also Upper Yarra Advocate. Oamine Smith and Co.'s Manures. North British a:.d Mercantile lourarce Co Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO SHOXLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, MAIN. STREET, LILYDAJLE. rinmest Beef, Mutton, Corned Bcof, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bcdrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality.. nAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always on haanid. Customers waited upon daily and orders pr'omptly altended to. 'Accommodation Houses Specially Catered Eor. rKn .Up-to-date .COOLING CHRAIBER is attached to the premises to cope iwith the hot 3.eather. J. GILSON, Manager. * - Hig...
THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
t1 oc~8 i2~ NEWTSPAPER. _ Th~o. local~ ~1iewsppflp'i is thle bcst* Eriond that a rtouioer can GOipiv vU hav'o. 16 is the means by which he is ienabled tq carry his business mea4agos .righb into tho hoart of tho homesc whlero they will bL road anld listelucd to by ovory, member of the. household, The local Yrowapapoe stands by thý. local' merchant through thick and tlhii. ilio thle tradeo iapr, ib works when it gets paid and lhoio it doesn't. Tho morchanlt who Aoesn'ts uso his loca pawpor liber allU is paying fol it just the same:. llo nIav jot, think so, but lil is. Tlio local paper is the backbone of good government. It-is the most potolnt force in moulding publio opin ion, and to credit of its. nmanngo mont, bo it said, tlhai as n, class the , local, inespapcr is the most inooiruptiblo institution of th oprcme ?t a ,' . .
"I LIKE MOUNT EVELYN." ITS BEAUTIES DESCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
"I LIKE MOUNT EVELYN;' ---oo-- I S IEAUTIES DE)LSCRfIED -00 Out ilounit Lvtlyn coricsioiOdcnt Wi iter :-I Ai voing girl who frequently v a ts this locility entered ' comnpetitiot on thue subjeo ."What Part of Aus tidili do y ou Like Bast, tid Vihy~7 ]Ice contribution isos ti follows: "Not 'fitr fiomn M1lounrn is a pr ottay little spl linotikilno Siount Evelyn" s icl l ike hotter thaI -any, oth rtpleio in Austiali. IHos care-f rot oat feels it. leaiviug the dreiry 'old i city vnd its 'work·idah ii d? I ehlin thornif and Piunioluni trit tu. deair oldihuslluh? h lovel it hia :to Svako 'witli the laikr i li' lisiten ing 'to thok world ~wkn iug, whio t gebtlo rustle of lt leiaos oid twitteringi oflittle bnldaI nowu loudit .iud loador, till grid *uolly . 91 Ai the silo wokos, tin] Itie old ma antiu lhint crept, ftoau hobliudatlic. hills like a boll of gold. lioitm, a happy jmnt liove Itakdii aong olil bush ptths, surronidul o' al tid es hW the majettit 3dt· gains whiltt tccin sto icoinior...
MINIMUM LENGTHS & WEIGHTS OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
AllcslS l UJ1 IJ.EN(ITHSl & WE35C;ITS iar auon o',; .Il oz dIloIIIlI (cx coptin shir cbi us1 flowing i.norih from tim 'treda if iding Ivuiw), o) oz. Ilircam, b ~iw.;, Jlreuin Sbuer, o; IFl lcaIwd, I o . ' IUluner;i s: Chutishu in. Uuirayling or Yaur 1rwt Got. b .in 5 oz.; lul 1. .Ifl 11r*ckerel, . o&, ?i101 fek, h.13rut C:y 9 1) lbq.;i Murray 1'do, S on.; 'cjh, ' oz.; th'lishl ]'orcli; 4 oz.; Pike, ( oz.; Red 3Iu1IeL, L ioz..; Wck Cod, 4 oz.; Rl~l·no v Ji*rwhv. 3 on.: Sahnon Trout, '1 o.; Cifilorniai Halmon, 8 oz;; hnglish Salmon, B oz.; Saud AMulloLo.r P1'Qddics;.G o.'; 'Schbupper, I1O in.; -ilvor Fitli or Silvor 1'crcl 4 oz.; Skipjack. 4. oz.; Snook, :i oz.j Solo. 5 oz;; Stra'nger, 3 on.; Trot inidiceuous to : ioloria, 11Lin in caTrutu polor, G oL.; Wh iLing, 11 in.; Saud WVhitiog, ' oB1; 'clow 1 iil, J ]h. I aLgth iii ,,corit;iiacd by inesur ing overill , ccop1 in- the ci b of thari fshi which are mcnsiurd fr on tho nrd of the iippcr jin to the end oh tIwe type'r ...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
OLOSI' sFSNS i',Ol rjAil. Bl ck :IiSI .-I rjU 14 SCjofpIUOm to 15tli I)e uder in ecihi yeir (both datesR inclCusive.). Englishl Ran~:Ch. 1 tdol 1d h Septcmiibce to 1lth No ouLhr (liotlh d'y9s ii'lusive) iii the Liver C ratI, hitoiitie th lohishon st. Bridi to (ho e I. c ;I liu u .Vii' s Disighf's I'utll, . Truit iof ill ldinds mot in di'onous toi \ictoria -Jrum the li4 iMIay to the 3b1t Xigu"t in ench ycte' (both olhitCe inlusivi). (Cippsl oud IrcihCli.-1ro 10111 st August. to 30Jtl Socmtber iu Lcih yctr (both 4l tes inclusivo). hiurrva Plrch ,including uO-ctILo d c llel I.y.h e Icand 31ur ray Cod.- Fruo Ist Octobhr to UGIth November in each 'car (both d iates inclusive).
CRICKET. LILYDALE C.C. AVERAGES. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
CRICKET. LILYDALEL C.C. AV~ERfLCES. Tutnn. ~N.O. ;Rus Av II.. Morltoa ... 1 3 62-i IS .J. ]e1 ... S 01... '1J.42 1b. Noden -...lb 1 I S 18.93 Ti. Allan... .:.13 0 b21 18;84 S. Ooode . . S 0 111 IT.63 A., Dchamp ..: 16 3 1 31. 16.23 M. TInttoni i . 0 3 152 13 II. ilusby. 01 G0 1 13.80 - Fenton .13 1 1i' 11.8:3 L. Jerries D .. 11 o OS 11.33 -- E;led :... 0 0 35 .8.J 5 (. Mine ..10 0 81 8.40 r. K]ing . . 3 0 I14 .GG 1?. Dcschamp ... 11 1 26 3.60 bo" 1lig. · O; X\kst, nus· av. n?. Hutton ... 80 "s 83( 13.17 11. N~~ocg~fn.··.,~~ ·~ .... 94 4 6 1.34 J. -BUll . 76 13 216 18 II. Jamsay' ... 13 8 100 18 75 CG. M1ihto ...17 8 3 8 18 .33 112 Allan .. b 1 24 2 R. Nrorton ... 11 1 10 '10 S. Gioodl ... 8 O 54 64 -- Funton ... 3 0 "3 23
SPORT AND THE WAR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
SPORT AND THE WAR. (To the Editor.) Sir,--Discussionc 'widely divereifie6 iui opinion has a iSon retlting &lt;t port dtLurig the 'wu. Though dis. i',lou, the otie aitl perliajs pleas it raeli the oither, they both hllOa to Lc-war that the national licie nuay be prcservcd, sport that limit thy rccrc'tion may ha piovided ao I temapor ry relaxation of busincs: 'carrie-i s ad the multifarious care f 'life. Sport is advocated by th( mnilitary authorities; tot the trai tug camups, and. Qeit at the front. -ificration and sport goes en naut is encouiirged. And how mrany sport tag events haeve been held in aid of descei ing pabliotic causes-the Rod Gioes, the Bclgiaans, etc.-in thi total oistisig a tiemetadous suat fo: the tcluef oa tim distirssod :anl the omfo rt or tin5 iroit ncd. Sporli. phy, isork and fsghf, tlhereV is at prtsoat rooma for all to advantage; oththere isino room andilnlo.reasoni for mnopimg atd goomly forebodings, Wull theosnothuers tad the fathers the sisters and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
Chamberlain's gas TabtetP ~- ~a~ nr**S*·'W~ltfW Publio Notices,~ tolonial Bank of Atistralasia LIMITED. Lutlhoriscd Capital £737,931 10 0 Uncalled Capital £193,195 0 0 Paid-up Capital £139,280 10 0 Reserve Fund, £230,000 9 0 A BRANCH of this BANK is OPEN DAILY at LILYDALE. tnd AGENCIES are OPEN for Gen eral Banking Business as follows: (AlRRA GLEN, Tuesdays, 10 to 1. WARBURITON, Wednesdays, 12 to 3. tIEALESVILLE, Tuesdays, 2.30-4.30 Thursdays, 10.30 to 3. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXED DEPOSITS as follows: 3 mouths, 2g per cent. per tnnuim. 6 months, 3 per cont, per annum. L2 months, 3S per cent per annum. 24 months, 4 per cent per annum. By order 'of the Board, SELB.Y PAXTON, General Manager. La La Saddlery & iLarness Depot WARBURTON. NOTICE. I beg to intimate to the resident. of Warburton and district that I have taken c ver the above businees from.Mr W. N. Thom, and trust thai by strict attention to the require mients of customers. Good Workman ship and Reasonable Charges, te ...
"TO OUR CRITIC." [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
"TO OUR .CRITIC." lihsWofIllowing verses from corespi lmmt ith mmm. mmenu rk 1.! ci in editormi l comncmnt is mn edLi: mit b on "ot no blmiiky . iny Ii avre you "ot no bett'r iis0, T li ti llinn Wack home ybr inkv 1igglucdit o1 ver elin 9s l s Do y\mum tliiilk mmove ili gone dippy mi m e laiidecl over hIre? 'Is a sildiLr Iess 1 soldici' 'Catise he sucks m puit of. bccr? Ilove you gAt ,11o lovijig i motheir Wai'tiing foi yur over 'omo" Do y on owi mio s uiling sistom Over thore acrosi the feani Do ver think time' like ycr better Fo'r y'r tiles of drink and 9shIame? 1)o ytr tbiiik iliey'vl praise ver no titl' Jo. defanin' our Fair ifmdun One sw'alo\v mIakLs no sumluml 'I'htoo· sh~icker~s notb 0: force;l \WhIero theo Low mnkos it, a w Jtor Y*ou oounletuns itc lot, of course. Do or y think e'r Gaw;i Ablmiglity . 'Cob yor Wears si capta.in's Wor Think us blok~e is dirt bcneath yer, ten of low drocs;re anid La.Ys? Say, 'sI caLnnLlfot IJe A-ustia Uo u; Lo us SL\. inl our defouce, Yer' cian...
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1.. Cultit te and perfect your idaos Experiment. The world is eager fot senething new, ivhich, however simple t may be, will save labor, or espenac, i- do things better. Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasurc-reduice vaste. People who landle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things. and the natoral capitalists of to-morrow. lResd the splenrid advice that Ediison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the rIdef countries.--then .coure your oin legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious Triend has produced a clever invention put him on the track jf famous and wealthy inmvniors. Mr. F. Townrend, an editor, enya of the "Inventors' Guide," "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Beat of the kind I .ave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him oherd he can obtain the "In ventors' Guide." - 3. For yourself obtain. this book, which tells w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
(si. st- os I hadn mock-turtle stiop. 1y the inSy, where do the3 casch mock-. turtles" Waiter-" 1ear .the sham-rock, 1 think, sir. jCoroner: "'ou secni*to bo certain that he oman acidentall ftell into the water. How do youi know that thiis .is not a case of suicide - Witness: "'H was a brither Scot, and he had a wee bottle of whlnsky on him, ii' ne'er a nip taken oot." Wm. Morgan & io. 250-6 SWANSTON STRlEET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1006. Established 40 Years. ANUFACTURERS of Tents, Tarpaulins, Rick Covers, Flags, etc. Also all of the above can be hiad on Hire. ,\Vcrandah and .Win down Blinds. Importers of Canvas, Duck,. Twine, Bunting, etc.. Reaper aRid Binder Sheets. COUNTRY ORDERS HAVE SPECIAL ATTENTION. C, E9 MILLER & CO0 --- THE FURNITURE REMPOVERS AND STORERS, :317 COLLINS STREET, M EL30 URNE. 'Phones.. . ... 9278-9279 TJARGE NUMBER. VANS con stantly travelling Country. We AVANT BACK I.OADINO. Write 'us. If Bailing. consign to us, Spencer Street, and adviure. Stor...
CLOSE SEASONS, Etc., FOR GAME AND FISH AND MINIMUM LEGAL LENGTHS AND WEIGHTS OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
CLOSE SEASONS, Etc., FOR GAME AND FISH AND MI\IUalM LIi0AL LENGTHS AD) WEICIJHTS OEi~ US1&lt;i. Lost of. Naeit' COmio TPotectedrin ' iictorie uIinder the ScpondA aiid Shiud Schdedules to tbeio kiiine Act 1800. S Ihe Wholo Yicir All Aus rl likulIFau~li (ith -ib eoxception of ciS.a'es) .ii the N -io ni. Ptrki anld 1Pitbic U irdeiifs ,iblnthize or litis tnttater.4, B CIIilO or L~chidn'ss; 'Bkdlbl14, la Etrs earv3 I; ittprne. IllickCoc kaoos, I labk Swa ns; Bl~or-ki,i ie' or H~ock obbler Pitirots A:1ovr Birds, Ehite Bronie whizid auld otheru I\ild P'igdci, ]lostiud r Wild Tusrkey CsifforiinktQ [!iI Cil crpill ml Catclicrs~ k Fjhu s ch i l iii , Bid .rdti ens di birds klown iwdb Ct-nies iuc '1 Herons, JEgret', Ic: (except tlih Njtiio CoimpaeLniOni or Anistnid.iari CIItnt); CuCkolb; 0e. krool lfrikus Curillows; Door; Dovuc; 1liicki iwild, soid [i -Il ~hidn ifs oi I'orcupiiie A eutcaers; us;1 Lain aiils 1' iy-catiiierr..I trogioutli or Piodaigus and .tlfopoks ;, bianuc.luls I mnil ...
OUR SOLDIERS. ENTHUSIASTIC PRESENTATION GATHERING. AT COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
OUR SOLDIERS BENS1HUSIJASTIC PRESENTATION GATIIFRI NO Li AT, COOLDSTREA13. About- 8O re .idots of Golditr am. llydale, and . urrouuding districsL asnembled at the Coldetream THili on Wecdnucaidy eveninig, 1 fh binst., ~when a- smoke night and- present; tion wey tendered to- sosuina aol; ntoers for active service- from the CGlistream distriet. The ,guestsi ot the crvning viereo-$rgemt C ay ij-wlur, Prihater Ia. Lornirlord, 'fl O. lhlck, L. U pton us, id 3 Reid (who w·rs pre.rentied thituigh illness from 'eing preucnt). .Dheo refresh> mentu sefris "eneroustl'y donat'd ha DIr F. A. Duncan. ol the Lilydalk Hotel. The Shirn Prisident (Or . Wl lace) presided i, ud expreseed ..hrli pleasure at Ihavinii bsueen afforded She opportunitu y of buin, presui to jois ii douing honor to those bose fellwan a-lid hlad decided- to serve their counitiLy.; T hey 'sanre stronxi mntuly fellowi,,; and the privations thry - would ipschral :hWise to--gp trhfAigh wquld prove a severe test After the loftlo ...
INTENSIVE FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
I INTENSIVE FARMING. After the conclusion oz the lar· it h quite probable -that England wn.l ob tain a much larger proportion of Ihr food supplies fromi the outlying parts io the Rinpire. TIis -means that the various British clonies and Domainions nisy feel assured of a prosperous mar ket for their products, and, as a con sequence, need experience no d.li deuco in growing ihliat iasy bh required for consumption in the Unitod King dom. iven at the present time, and liroinous to the outbreak of war, thieie was a greater demand in Englanid for certain products than Amumtralin coultl supply, and while such conditions pir vail, people on the land in this part of the world can complain of no lack of opportunity. So keen las beheis the demand for meat ior some years past that herds and flocks in Australasia have been afforded nlo opportunity of appreciably increasing, inasmuch as a great deal of the stock that ought to have been reserved feo briceding lpsu hoses has been slaughtered for ex...
THE MASTER PASSION CHAPTER XLVIII. THE GIPSY'S WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
MASTER PASSION (By Lillian Ellerton). CIHAPTER XLVIIl. THIE GIPSY'S WAiLNING. 'A' don't know how it is," grunlbicti Mr. Salomons, down the long expanse of glittering glass and fragrant IlowOrs which decorated his dinner-table, 'our parties are not what they used to be. 1'II not talking of the food, that's pretty niuch the same every season, and there's no variety in the length of the bills which crop up afterwardls; but the conversation gets so deadly-lively without Beresford to set it going. l)uval's here, to be sure, but ho's not up to the miark, and half the timne sits as if he were almost inclined to have a siap." "le's talking enough now,," said Mrs. l)owney, the larger, if not the bet ter, hsalfof a wool merchant, looking at the artists vith affectionate, middle aged interest. "'I always say if I had met hiiii when I was a girl. JDownoy wouldn't have had a chance." *You mean if Duval had winked at you over the odlge of his cradle " and Mir. Salonions chuckled. HIis neighbour d...
TURNIPS FOR CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
TURNIPS FOR CATTLE. In using those roots for cattle, it is a practice in many ports of the country to gire them uncut in sheds, yards iird fields. The plnii is to he strbngly condemnned for the following reasons (1) Because thoro is a danger ui caus ing' choking; (2) tho plan is-wastJ'u ; (3) the roots are not used to best ad vantage, as they should - swooten other dict, such as strew and inferior hay. It is a connuon belief that roots given tin cut are not liablo to citoke, but lucy cannsot bo really saeloly served, tunkss properly pulped or cut.. When cat'le are ted on titollo roots, it is thle last piece that is .liable to do tite mischief, especially if it be the stack of the ro -t. liten Iun sshtolesalo feeding, titers Is al stays great waste froth trasslphing thu roots and othuordite mnaking thtem dis tastetul Thoy sire cold fool, con tainisug its thtoy do, mutuchs water. Loonce pulhpinsg and mixinsg with chaff until tlte Iteap ferments is the best sndh msost economuical. wayi...
BONE MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 April 1915
BONE MANURES. Thter e has been a disposition on th' Sirtt ol ig eieiltdri1 maalhytt antid vro Sfessois to dcprcinto the fertilising volue of dissoleld bone iniorures, and to express the opinion that mixiktures of suiperphosphito of limo wvith a little .iiiphasto qf imionia ori otliot Iiitrogei ous inaterial could 1.10 detipeitad on tol ptrodiieo elualiy goodl results at iL loss cost. Grd:iter ezeperience, howe icr, ha is showit n tht the olt- fshioned . proiei ence ef o any fanitiers, prietical nid in telligcit iiicn, for a boiie iiinoiure is not ii ithout its justilisti ion. A . greater nlsowiledge ot the iclion of bacteria teaiches us that these usotuil origaisnis flout ishs best w)ilon there is a siippll of or'auie silbst~linees in thie soil, iud it is Ithils orgauile eihrauctor ot bone iiiailuros Whil hunhkiisies ttn0in Inorvaloabli than tsin le mi iteral cooiiiniiids. A pnurie dis solved bone fertiljse, in which the boic. in iteri ii has oly bosn purtly dissolv ed b1) itaitl, o...
YARRA JUNCTION WATER SUPPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 April 1915
;YAntRA J1IJNcYT!ON WAI;TIj SUPPLY. (Ia faa Ld-toi -,I'I b vb-e br' 1 pql : u-:id~1 b3~ .; 9tUC~O sli 1mrkb~l in \(~~~o~:~tk ·;th~~~ti'w !~pl ' Ur 3ji :;i ,hopp c'th;h?l';;io.cal ,?-t6hiicilloris .will opnsidlir wALt1betoire6 rIing the .flatepa.vyrst, mrnic ne- , o tins 's an; tletii -lfh:;t:: 'ic ·:l.:]j6)plo:;?i):...,iu' ; .ilnt:i' et-herd- tet. o5iiikv 1 choi ?. liedo isitel' coinliecteuwi:titlhc "wt iier his ly ; at"i| the ; i rtfirst csaueitti ;l 'is the-s i:tll:f:.it ? o he '. i'tI'rI siipp' e [;tr int i'lau," amwiiic;.tis -]is fist bhen takei i -ifitia e s.: -'r tio, i ltthoi 'ii iin"ieJ g cfhe Itin-.hir iset aiu.ia ?rdest"i espth?e.':-;wii s-'-sp froidn ; tlo'" £ tp.-': hi'ck Wi i ' l H i- hiti.h ' tilts w-ati ijtauitt unsact-l.s [or a: dlomes-tic- v4te:; supply. irs it is lTkll of aioil ery i lih' bi'id;i tuir wbeillonc, whli is is ig,1 i tlit- iL: .oird' ho .:.iac-I i.- -ti - mils- V ey ; i'ut ip lliiil- pi ibrywt.s ti tip sytc t ['i n aon l--jig- tor a-disirihutie inS;ae:...