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BOWLS. MENTONE v. LILYADLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 April 1915

BOWLS A tiiiu fiow. the 2leixtone clubl visiil Le Lilydtie iion t:?tur1day. last, ;, uid spen t the hliclhdiya celkind, 'th1 wiitch aganust the local club prov' ng a virctory for.Lilydalye ,'l? .isi torss hid ?most en?o?ble otiu 'nid .We o, lotud l-nhiif,:' seC s ir tis: . the hiospituble mnnmer in sbc they nero t;rcat ,bdy I)3' e , ho?u:h club. OJ. Sniuday': thle u\Montonelitese accomlpan. i?dl b y sevcrli of thli lbcalbn 19?!a.!s, , susicd theh? O'Sha~oiss re??eeofivia, 'md iii th 'lfterunooin nter. eutkj tinehd by3 ~lce proside~t (Mr- 0, ,. Mlitchell) pn 'u triip to 'lenleo'l r! 31r l1i;tehell's beaut ifufl) ' itiuated. pro. per'y- ,on tflo Y.a'iri,:. .lio. ,visitor, &"i!Sregain 'takeii.u t O il.n lu by the Lilydale president on Monday morn- ing, anixd Coomb6e CotLtge was vis. ite'he re bolothe boiwe-leys wero muado very wcidomec by .Madamle 3uellb;. i rjiu t', bIo'i{, wtere ph'l1suycd ' of Opi. diy3 tifieioouu, and the.' uikjonty or the vi.sitio's lefi;i on Mondiiy uveuu...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

RIN.WOOD :IMARKET. D. ". ?O'lelluni anud Go, rupor: -We had ua good yardiig of- all cdasses of , shook agai-n this w ?ek. includiig..our usual 'supply o .fats, for which c6mipetitioi was keeno a inipioved rates. Milkcrs; £6' 7s Gd, :£8, to :L£9 17s Gd, w\itli buyersstill unisupplied; springers,: £5 L1u s, ,; 1Os; to £L7 1s; fat cows, good,-£J 10s, 41,0 17s d; to:1 £2 5Gs,; liglid r sorts, 'L£6 7s Gd;. "£ l6 s 1 G o, ;o£7 12s :Gd; fat ha ifrs, £1 10 ,? 1,s; t-o :G£6 2s;- chopper, £2 10s to L-.?; store cows, £2 10s 'to;' , si, for goo0d sorts;, licifoss 2 us to ;£1; old :nd inferior -co, ývs? .15s to 30s; voulers, 8s to kl 1 s.;'.imiller lower: Pigs.= .Bioners,9 'lit'gh to :2 10 s Oi; porkers; 30s to 4Q; suckei s ??ad slip, ;s to "12s. s" owls,: cockerols, good, s :Gd, 6s 3d;, o 'is ld lxir; lighter; 3'Is Gd to' s .pair; hins, 2s Gd to dIs 3d pair; pullets, to .Is 7d pair; duks, o 4s Gd pair; chiilins. to 2s pair. SAndres pt: .tsiiao prices, and outside a line of -.leep at a satisfact...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

CROYDON. (rntom urOwm Oorrespondent.) Thiligs go on apace iii ouiir little metropolis,. The coaches, minotor cars aitd w'aggons, vuiis, et., rattle aloiig ias thouglh no great Wucir was iii -pio grcss: A's .a, result of the drought toad the iwar, tiies" are not too bright- for manu, ibt it is a.ionider-ci ifal hoal- well off we are.. A. .little Imore ?ria is required to help the sa(wers. .ihe earl" frosbs hane bit° teot thie maize crops in the flats. . cry .fea ad'vertisdinent's ai;c ap pearing just now concerning poultry farning, and sinme :aiheat reached 9s' per bushel. the cock's shrill clar ion is little heard in the early 13ohn. The concert on Saturday last, ar ranged by Mlrs Lilley and -\liss Clap poerton, was a pronounced succes~. the hall, being well lilled tilnd. the audience most., appreei:ative. Miss Florrie Gordon just carried' olf " her, audience, and Signor 1a.nizoni witb his ?aticlolin was a great favorite. The other entertainers-Signorina Qoy, Miss Lalla( tClark, Mlr...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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ANOTHER NEW IDEA FOR HELPING THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

KNOIlIEh ?ý\I 11T 1.lOJl lE IU P INC H P10 CEL1A.Ni, Thre hLave . C n imal)fy schemCOs f6or raising funids to? feed the starv ingjBelgians-some good; some doubt ful; but a : novel and pr?seiw ortlhv tittle suggestion hailit :ought to'i.re suit in the raising of a. colinsider goblc sum appears i-in "Everiladi's Jourinal' 'for May. Mliss Marny Card. authoir of one of the best, known. llooks on Crodhet' -li?orikl ,.uct pe mhaps the most expert' Crochett Work designer in A.uspralia, has designed a, d'oyley : ii:semi-liish ; oiet ht. worke Wiith ?"Austiraliaa: moti .Al0age pfhotograplh o£ ho" design' appears in "Evry'lady's ,Joiursaa = and Hligsi Card -.offers to scud a photograapl, of , the d'oley; arind printed direc Liodns foi its working,. to' any reider hlio' will' post ?her' 7d in stamps. Oie penny of this pays the postiage, atndt the balance of' the money goes to the lBelgiani 'Fund. 'Any reader of ?this paper may .: Ltake- advmantago of th ol r,?flteNad should post 7d in stamps o...

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"ABSOLUTELY UNBEARABLE." [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

"Ab8JLUTfELY UjKDE&JMIALE.'t 1 .h'e? councillors of the .llealcsvillo Shire established, ,,record sitting on Tu~esdav of last :,i ceki Cona mencing at 1. , in bthe afternoon. ihe busihes, dragged monotonously till teg Ltiun, wheon it. was not half -ompleted. After- the adjournmenit tlhings became worse,- and, from a Presslihitis' point of vies.t at any rate, absolutely unbeharable, unid it was close on 1 o'clock in the morn ing beforo the ieeteing atdjourned 12 .wery hours. M[otions were be in" contiinually moved at random, secoiided perhips halt in hour af teri ards, and then . withdawn; ainondments alike shiiringi the tame cite iuntil matteis, weLre in. a ter. ribly" mixed slate. [ho sinil)lest question, received its unnarraited fori and ngainst vheopposltioii pur ties being in line -rguing form. A #uggestilon, n.hichi seems to be a good one, is j.hat a debating society should be imauguriaed -in thc tonii to whiili shire councillors s iould hlvio a~l special itiiit ition.-...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

lit this issue T.J b13 Cathcart of the Oliuda Storc and ;Ia.kers; Lily dal, his it :iiinportailt business ii iouniccmnt u? nder, the. heading.: "Careful;I Housewives Shop at Cathl eart's.'': Several liies dreo special ised uid drcteired to? including Olitin da self-raising flour, Cave lHill soap and Cave 11ill cheese. The advi t iscment is well, worth cu'cful peru sal. lr Ca'thcart believes that the present is the time, not for curtail ing -advertisements, but for letting the puiblic know?' ho- they 'cian .to the best advantacre spend their mo ney, on the necessaries of life." \ circular -issued as'' - suppleinet re fers to the cash bonus system intro duced by,21r Catheart;into his busi ness. ts an enterprising young business-man, 31r Cathcart adsks cun hidently for a tial:' assured that' lioe anl satisfactorily catei for tthe re. ,uliremcnts of the public. 'In his ad v'ertisemucnt' ,he has some common. eilso ?nd logical: refereuces to Ilo 'ally-made airticles stocked; and his hesir...

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DANCE AT HODDLES' CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

D (AN:I:C UliHODDL)O'.-' OQt.J11 l. O" r Iuddles'h: Creekcorresp-ndent lrites -Ui dcs lio auspices of tlico Sighi l; :formied ..Social Commiittee ,n iei y' ]eanaut `evenin"D'Wd9 'penit; at ihe (Creek onu': hatrd iv ' lust. £T Ii 'local ;ideg oLees;, of t ilLe ait of daine. iiimusteu red. i force a-nd the str ains of M? i J i?.'ows' violint. and Mr . Woricy' mielodeon set,, the- pa?o for the' feet.:of ti e dancers. .At interval0nsongs:and ' recitia.tions were rendered ::by M[essrs Ernest Smith.I 'f "E,'it "E. Kiddie, a?nd Mhater lirro(ivs. IThe duties of `1.C. we.re discha rged by'. Mr :1~ Tlwart in. hiis utsual able 'i mainner.. It hLas been de finitely3 decided to. hold socials muonthly. a'dl. as our." ?t-te scho6l1 buildin'. is :to, be ani .compli hed fact` in .the near future, theri, ccill be no 'lack .of: accomiulod tioni.

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POSERS FOR PA. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

POSERS FOR PA. "Papa, how can guns kick when they have no legs " asked Willie. • Don't ask absurd questiohs."' "Ouus haven't any logs, have they, papa "' - - "Certainly not!"' " Well, then, what's the use of their haviug breeches?"

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NEW RINGWOOD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

NEWV RING\\'OOD IElbIDENT'. ,ron t hl "\Varragul Guurdian" .vi nobo t.hat Count, \ on Horn waiI eniertained at. the IRil'liay Hiotel on Fridav evening last, oni tlho oc vision or his leaving Wa?rgul fort Ringkwood. There wav a. ver" rep. rescuitative gathering in a ttledanct. though the Lt of the function be iug held on the bussni eveniung of the week interfered somoewhait wvii h the mimber. Mlr I. J. Dunn, Mr.A., LL. , occupied tihe chair. Speeches in eulogistic terms were made by the leading residont-., who refeired to thoe keen interest their guest Jlid i"tkcn in all pullic mIat tasspoi?, tc, and the liil r-, ' aind iudi.esUjcm in wliih he w:as

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THE BEGGAR'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

TIIE BEGGAR'S REPLY. Kiud Lady: "Poor inahi, and arc you married t" Beggar: "Pardon me, madam Do you think I'd be relyin' on total strangers for oppport if I had a wirer,?

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A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

A CORRECTION. In thu prize, list of Sti. Johuns. Lilydalo, Autumn Show, publishedi in our last issue, Mrs Cross was iuadvertently crediteld with winning the first prizes for Single Clhrvsao themum and Perennial P'hlox. Tl'heso prizes wero wron by Mrs Cox.

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WHY HE CRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

W1Y I1E l011ED. Mr. Kuiiuus: " Why is your littlo Inrther oryaing? Toumumy: 'Cause he doesan't liko any now suit.". Mr. Kurious: But- what d'iforeueo ldoes it make to him?" Tommy: "Lots. lie kaows he's got to wear it when l've finished with it."

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PROPOSED COMMON FOR UPPER YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

1'1(Ol'OSEl)."CO'tlI\!.TON £0 .1'1 UIP) '.A~llRA At londiay': mcetin of the Upper YarrI'iShire Conuicil, :' deputationi colnsisting of ; ilessrs Jorda ih 1od getts, and d)i, waitcdt on: the coup tit with "referenice: to the ni otiod recently paised thaLt the forest areas i.t the liroe;b hi vested in the?? cou' cil us "~ C oommion, .Ir Jordan" said thAti a public; meeting hadt been held to consider t?he proposl? audl..while it wYas bupportedthe meeting de sired more inforimai?itioi. ::o thought it would be a good thiig for the iraiepayer-, but did not quite kno' what was ciitemplated?- Cr ]:wart said that, il thoe council' antetd cts a resolution from at public meet ing approving of tihe proposal, which lihad been aisked for by the depart ment. 'I l'he council wanted control' of all the grazing areas in the shire, and if this was secured they would charge so imuch per head to per sons using the Conmmuon. lie moved that thIe departliment le infornmed of the result of the public meetin...

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TOMKINS'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

'1TO'MKINS'S REVENGE. The railway carriago was not at all full, and Tomkins had left a few inches between himself and tlim window. Soon an overpowering lady dressed in whito got in, and squeezed herself .down in tho feow inches, by hecor bulk, forcing Tominkius away. S]it, remarked sweetly to no one in particular, "1 am so glad a window seat was left; I do so pre for itl" Tomkins said nothing till he got out at the next station. Then he raised his hat, saying pulitely, "Excuse tio madamn, hub I believe you are sitting on imy strawberriesi"

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SCHOOL DECORATIONS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

SC1OOlt EDLORATIION \ WANITiJ. 's a. 'ood. usa Inod to ,d ltil d Nose, (.iitLes' our' Kils'th driesJiofliteit). tAt -he school curin mittei?ncetiig" on3-drd ahty. it , as ;p'ited' tliat :donations from. col p itt i? e if. teaceu s, parents, .ind s aolt S1ereA beiig received for. the school decoration lfund.'i tI , wek ,(? .? it6 is -.lioped:tot makc i solec lion ;:. nealya , dozic pictuos , to ni.l0ii:?i'h:?walIls' of tlic: n?. build all 6 'ti l?Mc- `spatAious w'aills :ill b9 hblc to a$:Uci'otihel dozen. {

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOL8 "ti PURE AND VERY WH.$LE5MF . ay;ý EY ESTA??I OVER. 335 YEARS. Pure French Grape *B RA N DY ,Cognac WThe original House of ___ ST~WART Edinburgh -otAE Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP ii .? "=DRINK STEWARTS!"1 ?? : SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. -n Cure TUBIIERCULAIR JOINT''S, SPOISONED SORES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARIBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SP1AIlNS, BURNS, and ,BAD LEGS. All Chlicmists-1/6 and 3/6. Cumberland Road, Pascoe Vale. (Near Coburg). (Established 1782) FIRE, ACCIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPENSATION INSURANCE ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED Where Not Represented, S , FULL PARTICULARS FROM` Da!g?&o. Ltd ME? IL6otJRNe C o WATER A NECESSITY I 1 O,000 GALLONS FOR ONE PENNY This is the Cost of Pumping a 010,000 Gallons of Water with a ý Bruce & M'Clure Motor Engine. STARTS ON BENZINE. %l" RUNS ON, KEROSENE. / The Mlost Economical Running Engine on Earth (or a .y where else). S- Two Sizes 4-h.p. & 8 h.p. TIME...

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THE MASTER PASSION CHAPTER L. A LITTLE OLD MAID. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

--- THE MASTER PASSION (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER L. A LITTLE OLD MAID. There was mourning in the gipsy's camp, where Bluebell cried her eyes out on a heal) of straw, .lourning in Belgravia, where a girl with a white lace, and grief-stricken eyes, shut up her sorrow in her heart, like the Spar tan with his fox in his breast, and drooped like a flower shut out from the sun. When she died, they said it was consumption, and Lady Hilda had al ways been delicate; ibut under her pil low there was a note, so worn that it fell to pieces--written in pencil-only a few hasty words, and signed, "Your 'riend, Raynmond Dural." It told its own tale, only there was no one who understood The duchess wherever she went, said the dulness was past endurance, and her friends were nothing but bores. The friends, if asked their opinion,, said they put up with her for old friendship's sake, but she hadn't a word to say for her sell, and ofttn sat in at droeauu as if slhe had taken too much chloral. Perh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

E, A. ATHERTON Central. Cash Store YARRA GLEN, A GREETING To Our Customers and Friends. We ar here to stay. We are here to rusak a success. We like the country and the people. We like Our Busi. ness, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. TBE BEST GOODS and THE LOWI PRICES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. Flrst-class Yaiu in DRAPERY OLOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROCKERY SGROCERIES Orders Delivered all over the District. Don't forget the Address E. A. ATHERTON '/ARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The National Cattle Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur anco Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING.. _ ELI' YOUR NEiWSPAPE" - ,. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB 'PRINT ING. If you do not feel able to rinm advertisements, you can give the ngwspaper 5four cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it,. and it helps him to pay his priit...

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PROGRESS WITH TURBINES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

PROGRESSWITH TURBINES. As regards developments in Connec tion with machinery, the features have been the number of vessels being fitted with geared turbince of the Parso:s type. It is pointed out that there are twanty-three vessels being built to Lloyd's class with such machinery. in addition, there are six vessels under construction in which direct-coupled turbines are to be used, and six in which triple expansion engines are associated with turbines for thle use of the cx haust steam from these engines. The economy of the geared turbine is clear ly recognised in the report, and refer ence is made to the accuracy with which it is now posible to cut helical gearing by a special machine in'o duced by the Parsons Company. As regards the combination of recipr:.--ting and turbine engines, it is pointed out that the machinery can by such an ar rangement be worked at reduced I owcr, with practically the same efficiency ao at full power. The speed of the to ciprocating engines is reduced b...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 May 1915

FOR WOMEN (By "Atmbr?.in~e.") NOw that; there can be no longer any doubt as to the coming popularity 01 the wider dress skirt, petticoats will most certainly return to favor, and. we shall see the welcome revival of those dainty creations in lace trimmed lawn and cambric, and in solt, silks and satins,, fully flounced and frilled, fascin atingly feminine things to which we have been strangers too long. Under skirts designed on very simple ltines wiltl be made for wearing with the serge and tailor-made toilettes, carried out in dark, useful shades of thick substantial satin, also seit mioire and brocade. One or two narrow Ilounces of the same miii terial as the rest of the potticoat, cut out in a series of curves, and bound at the edge with satin ribbon, will be all that is needed uin the way of trimniing Petticoats for day use should be chosen to match exactly the color of the gowns with which they will be worn. Occasionally, however, a shade is per mitted which finds an echo in the...

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