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THE BUTTER INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

THE BUTTER INDUSTRY. Analytical investigations, following tile discovery that of late margarine, resembling butter in color, has been placed on the retail market in Me! bourne, led to tile Health department instituting one or two prosecutions against loa1 manufacturers of this edible fat under the provisions of the Margaiine Act. Several other prose cutions are pending. The act. ex pressly prohibits the addition of color ing matter to margarine manufactured here, the object being to protect the butter industry-which is of much im portance to 'the State-from compe tition. Despite this prohibiion, mar garine manufacturers in the past have been adding coloring matter to mar garine for export, a practice which the Federal Government, by proclamation last month, ordered to be discontinued as "harmnful to the Conlmonwealth." IRumors are now current that margar ine is being mixed with butter in Mel bourne and sold as butter, and, the matter having been brought under the notice of the Healt...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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BARLEY EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

BARLEY EXPERIMENTS. During recent years, experiments were carried t out in connection wIhI thle Agricultural Institute of Giessen UniVerslty \\with tile object of ascer tailnilg Il iW ald lunder rwhtat coil{i tions potash andt phosphates atfect tu quality of italting barley. 'he 11 lowing results were obtained: TheI sof. rcsponded in every casec to aplplications o a phosphliatic imanure; tle use of tils llanllure led also to an increased utilisation of potash and nt trogen. Where medium and lheavy plsta?lations of phosplhat:s were tllade there wras a real need bor .-??sh. almanuring witilh po and pilhos phlates lu e\ery-s produced an in creased gross yield. Trle prptein content was diminislihci by mimnuring withl potash and plhos lphates. Independently of the yield, the dry mtiustter contained in the grain increasel almtost regiularly with increased alpphl cations ot potish antmd phosphates. \Vhiethler this was dlue to a hglher de gree of inaturity of the better nour ishled barley o...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Speoinal Oorrespondent.) It is ot eansy to detliIne exaily thi attitude of the cloulds who lined the streets when thile volunteers 1for1 tlhe txpeditionary force ma:rehed ilOt to Camlhp. TJh'lert was nOt tile noisy elI tlusiasnll dtlegenortting inlto 0som1thilng akin to licence tihat 1markedl thle dI pl.rtuno of the contingents for Soutih Africa a dozen or so years ago. 'IT' the casual observer it seemed that thero was a feeling of aIloo'lne.ls. and indifference. But that was only the surfaco show. The comparative sil onca was significant of feelings of tile deeper order tlhat are imt readily ex pressed. There was a strong feeling of genuine admiration for thile thllous ands of young Australians \wiho m10rch ed through tihe streets on the lway to fit tohemselves for service that in all likelihood wi!l call for ability to "quit thllemsolves like mlen" in every stense. The dominant feature of these splendtlid follows was their youth1. ¶l'hen they were typic...

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WHO ARE SCIENTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

WHO ARE SCIENTISTS. "His work is valuable, and generally correct as far as it goes, but until he has broadengd his viewpoint, wise dairymcen will regard his efforts out side of his particular laboratory du ties as pot?ntially dangerous," thus says I).S. Burch in the larm and Firo side in writing of the "dairy scientist." His chariacterisation of tihe "dairy scientiist" is both grotosque and crude. Ho commiits the error hlie condemns in otiers and writes as one with authirei,, ie niisleads his audience by calling laboratory assistants and analysts scl eutists. As a matter of fact, these imenc, julst from college, working for dairy companies, health boards, eto., are 1lo iloro to be classed as scien tists than are bookkeepers and accounlt ants illn our biankts "rnd oflices to be called financiers. Brick layers and carpliotors miight as well be classed as architects. Bookkeepers may becomo limmnalciers, carpenters may become arch itects, and laboratory assistants may bocomo scientists,...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOMIE SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur ideas Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however, silm ple it imay be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be Inmore convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. People who handle things iii every day use are the natdral inventors of better things, and the natural canital ists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patenteses. 2. If that workman or forerun , or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention put hin on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, says of the "'Inventors Guide," "I am recom msended it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I have seen. It should do a lot of good. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive to about by telling him where he can obtain ...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

OF RURAL INTERENT (By "I.usticus.") Thero is grim irony in the fate that brings: the effoots of the long-threat ened war upon us simultaneously, witlh the prospect of the worst season ex lIericencedl fur many years. The con tinued drought has assumed a serious aspect over a great portion of the State. Reports indicate poolr yields if not absolute failure of crops. And this unider conditions that call for the maximum of production to meet de mands rendered abnormal by the Euro pean outbreak. The pig is commanding a lot of at tention of late. Since the advent of the Co-operative Bacon Curing Com panies, prices hlave gone up to hither to iunhleardl of prices. A lot more attention is consequently given to this class of farm animal, aud information concerning the various breeds is wel comed. Mr James Long has much that is interesting to say about the large white pig. in the last issue of the Victl i:n "Journal of Agricul ture." iHe states that itf is difficult to believe tlint the now fa...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Amnbrosine.") Some useful dress hints will per lhaps be acceptable to renders. Make up your mind first of all to choose one prevailing color for the season, -a.d buy your hats and gowns to corresoponl. MJy own experience is that for a smart and all-round use fuli color, there is notling to equal lnavy blue. Go to a good tailor, anti lave a perfectly plain, but prefeetly out, navy sergo coat and snirt. Never iiind it you have to pay rather a Iligh price, as you will find It pays you best In the end. Witch th:s, a apotted blue and winte foulard shirt would look nice, imade wuth collar ann ciffs to turn back over thie coat. 'lohen invest in a couple of really good white blouses-Flench lingerie or Jap alloso si:k are t?ile best value-and Keep these for best occasions. A smart navy straw hat, with either a phecasant's tall, or, if you prefer it, a navy feather mount, is not a very expensive item, and writh good shoes and gloves, you are turned out ready for any oc...

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ADMINISTERING JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

ADM)JINIsTl"lllNGr' JUSTIICES. 10o 0110 oe Will co lie.s to hav ing made, this caricature oin the black hoard ? Very well. 'heien every one of you shall be whipped." After giving a lew blows with the cane to e?ach of tihe other scholar:,, thle Ilmaster stoppled before the last i~ the clas1s. 'iow, \VilSon," said he, "if you tell me who Imade that picturo I won't whip you." 'You von1t?' "No, I promise you faithfully." "I didl itl" replied Wilson. Doct:ir:: "Just1, placo this tlhermomo torl under -"our toonguo, Mrs. HIenpeck, and keepl your lips closed tightly.'" Henpock (after a few minutes of speeoliess delight): "What will you takle for that Instrtlumont, doctor?"

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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

Lilydarle Court Rostcr f~or 1911~. .,IIO i:I~ , J iliiiii 27. Mnh 1 2, prill iut "II ScpIul,(iviic I 11,d Uctob2 9, I1) i1. e nd Messr F..) J~\III I.· i t0 1Li

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SHIRE COUNCILS MEET: [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

ItI COUNCILS hEET: Siiydale.--,Fourth ,Monday itl cac:h ou1ih.t ~cretary and Etigincer, Mr lhiatilton Sinclair, C.E. ?:iter Yarra.--'.irst Moinday ill Scalt, month. Secrclarv, Mr I. Mlor ey.?{; ]Enginee?r, .tir A\. I. T. Saubcll. Elth; ti.--nri t 31l0ittdayt itt each ?:ionth.- SecrJeary andr. EntginJ?.er, ,\r A. L. Thomas, G.E. '.OURTS OF' PETTY SE$SI()0NS : Ilcalcesvile.--Every Thursday, at 10 ,tno. a.m. Warburton.-Fvery Saturday, a~ e 30 &.m. :lcrk of Ctourts.--31r T'. I. Wt\:tde. PIolie ...tfisgis.tratcs.~-I'r . I. 1. Cole and Mr II. Morrison. Dittrict Justices.- -V. 1.I. itl hgow Coldstrctat; I. 11. l1ctty, \\Wotuga ]'ark and Dr. A. E. Sn'mt, Lilydtle; .J. ]lottget, Wandin; I. Wallaceu, Seville; 31. C. lridgor, Croydott; C. nl Ih, Ytrra. Glen; N. Illis, I)ix'nt' Creck:; \~. lriyciL?to and \ . .I ollifflt', lical a ille; J1. E art, Iloddlc's Cr . k; .. Lithgj w attd ". A ". St(.oly. War.bIurlI'OI; Jl. 11. Thomp son, A1. ., Silvat: A. (. lItllee, West \\tarbtuton ; ,Jus. h...

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TIME AND MONEY SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

TIME AlND MONEY SAVEI). Goldslki (dictiting a letter): !'.ly Deaor Mr. Schanlkoelhaluscnhleimer- '" Miss Keytap: "How do you spell thaet namoP?" Goldski: "S-c-hl Oh, py do vay, I di k you potter pegmi dor lottor 'My Dear Sir,' undt save do l vear and tear on do maohine."

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flomington.") S?Whal t may b erm trea t , .dvance guard or tle \'VItorlI.n conlitiLagtL io' llie -A.J.to. Sprilng mlftel.ng ,,ili Isaic C tiloe 5Cen0e of actlun hoSt Iic?i. Is will consis t 01 tlle otautitialiiL LLIU.iu wInner, LajILtestalllL, nt 110 llt'ci year-oli lNaxuerJ. Capiito-,i, is, 0, Cur'SO, SUOe?ing IraS1 llIr'alU o',e' v lIar dtIes, Willie iX.lxbry'. s 1 lllUIlabslull -. t1o A.J.U. Iuroy. ocllue 11molUl such a pronlising sho\ciig atl 1n' ing toll r?cnly, naxuoolry lils Ueen in most peoplo's nIon'sl as ia Lerby '? Os bi.iity, anld t?llo is certainllly lOsanD to belieove that t o Postlanllo colt ?1h1 before the bpring ineotngs artlllrougln have done soelllotlllllg to upLoltl til good opinlon now hleld of him. When the noews fll'st ;lnouncing that Britalin was really about to taau up arms in support ot lier allos there was nlaturally a fear tllalt siort oven in this far awaiy counLtry wouild have to be given up bor tho presoent. L' the moment amusement of...

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Cricket Presentations [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

Criclket Prosentations The Cameran Trophy Cricket Coin petition held a euchre party on Fri day night last in the Victoria- Hall, 'arra Glen, when the trophies won in the last County match were presented by Cr C. H, Bath, who was the donor, Cr Bath said that it gave him much pleasure in presenting the trophies, and he hoped that in future there would be more interest in these miatches than there had been last ycar. lie was very sorry to say that the Healesville Cricket Club, who were winners ol dhe Cameron Trophy, were not rep resented, but, he said, something must have happened to prevent them froam being present that evening. Mir McLeod, president of the Asso ciation, who is at South Alebhourne. was al-o not present, but the secre tary received a wire for his absence. His trophy was won by Mr J, Mur phy (Niiglake). Mr !Hubbard re ceived a gold medal, Mr L. Bassett a cruet, and Mr E. Cary a gold brooch, all given by Cr C. Hi-I, Bath. The players received their trophies with cheers, ...

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HEALESVILLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

HEALESVILLE NEWS. Members of the British Party for the Advancement of Science visited the Marysyille district on Saturday last. On arrival at Healesville they were entertained by the Shire Presl dent at Daly's Hlotel. Cr Crooke was unable to be present personally, so Cr Sheehan welconled the visitors 7n his behalf. Appreciation was ex pressed by the visiting Members at the hospitality extended to them, which was an acceptable break in heir journey from the city to Marys ville. From Healesville they jour neyed over the Spur in drags, and ar rived safely at their destination in the afternoon. They visited many beauty spots in the locality, and ex pressed themselves delighted with the picturesque scenery. Rev Tregear delivered an interest ing lecture on Friday night on his travels abroad in connection with the series of Free Winter Lectures, The hall was well filled, and the audience was charmed with the speaker's pleasing personality and the interest ing manner in which he related his...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

Local Informration .ENNY l' ,os','ACi ::. The new postal ratd sflriijiiO' the penny postagie on lettcers; camc into force on Mond l-, Mahy i listi 1911. Tlihe reduced ratesars.aso low : T FOUUILHOUTl) TI ILL CO,.I ) WEALfTH ANI) IA ItU Letcllers, Id per .ox. ,i .Letter Cards, sin-?lC, i' c!d?;ei '. ]o. reply, 1 cacl Ihlf. "':" : ]Ptl. Cards. single, 11 each Do. reply, ld ecli hIlf. Printed l'aplers, Old 0per: 2Zi(?.". ]o,,ks., lriutcd--Outsiide. istliiia: 0. per toz.; in Australia?i, 0 ? ?r Soc. Alagazines-lrtd et i in' Au ri Od per Suoz. outside Xudti-l d0. per .oz. "l-H ea:'d," 0Od per 126z" Conunercial ialrs, p:iattrnl,· s?m plcs ald merchandise, ld per ::20: OVERSEA DO[lNIO.NS. Letters from lthe CommonciealtIi to thie United Kingdonm, oversea do minions, Dritish colonies and pro tectorates, except thie New licbridcs, td per noz. ?NEW ZEA].L.\ND AND TI11? ISLANDL. The r: les of New Zealand, Fiji, and J'ritisli Slohmon Islands are: Lclttlc.rs, Id per .o3z. I'ost Cards, si?tgl,, ld...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS NET. Orders Promptly Attended To. 1CILAIiAHES MODERATE. FUb IlNITUIE il"'dOVED At ShorLtest Noticc. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and IBUILDER, CLARIKE STREET, LILYDALE. 'PRICES SUIIMITT'IEL) FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. JOBBIJNG WORK A Sl'ECIIALITY. ALL ORI].IIS l]ROtML'TLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN 'TEL I-OO.IS *WISh.ES to coriv y his Thanks to the Lil leinc Ipblic for the gener ous supportL given him during tho past year, which has been very lib eral iadlced. Also to intimate that he has pIurchIased a very Fine Assortment of NOVEL't'IJJS. NOVELTIES. * NOVEI.TIES'. NOVELTIES. ŽNOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONSFIYECTION]ERY. CONFECTI'.ONER{Y. wcll worthy of insjcetion. iThe VEG;ETAIBLES and FIRUI1T are Good this week and- CIIHEAP. ,Wishing all Patrons the Compli Tents of the Season. B'KER; & PASTRYCOOK "WIist,- ui dtinate to the Resi dents of LILY])ALE and surround ing D]istricts that he is now carry ' ing c ...

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WARBURTON MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

.WARIDJIIETO1uAV ALS. ii Eds c'i Mclbounrn at di.15 piiin ) n d.; d .i);i in aily,. Lilydalc, '.iRecei ;ed .'iui- Mielbourno and Lily dale ~'t li'14l.5:a.m. a and 8.15 p.m. *,i\lIil c:lose; .for Ar'mIahon's'Creek 1;id l\',Wlsli's'Crcek at 11.15 a.im. on odliaiajsi: :.cdhnesdays and l'ridays

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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 28 August 1914

LILYit I)IJ PST 0O0'lCE. Mails eliiie is elow:- Alelb,.urne. T.?ln ;.m.. I l.'20 a nl., 8 p.m. daily. MoneyJ? tr, er. -- ,i till ,]. Mlooroolbarl:, Jiiiig\rood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Crovdtii, 8 p.-. daily. lealcesville, 1 ra; Glen, Cold streami. S.IO a.l daily. W\ rul'lllrl tlln Y: ';I . llJu ctio() n, 2?'Lat - clhing l'lace, \V ri Yallock, \\'an dia Xallock, We lin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. IThe box at, tie liailway Station is cleared daily previous to 'lrains leaving for Melboulrne. Late fee charged. Clearances for locbl delivery made at, 7.20 a.m. daily. Money (Order OUlhice ilses at 12 noon on Saturdalays. E\vervl'y otile day open fritm 9 ai.m. iio 5 p.n1. I'?er'.s 1lose , Mails and I,, n.torod Mailu close ?J.I 11 It.ml. "mllid 6p.ml.

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FOOTBALL. YARRA VALLEY ASSOCIATION. FINAL MATCH TO BE REPLAYED ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

FOOTBALL. YARRA VALLEY ASSOCIATION. IN:1 NA M ATCII '1(t) BE 1 E PLAY.D) ON SATUL)RDAY. mA acetinii of the Yarra Valley Association was held at the lily dale ih?tel oail Thursday night. 20th 111.. whelin tlhere was a. full nat Lcndance of delcgates. with the l'Prc sifldent. (Mr I. Mortof) in the chair. 31illgrove protested against tlhe grand linal match at Lilydile o thime rtvioilis Saturday being awarded to lle;hlcsville ca the f:-l'oving groiulllis 1. 'lThat. a behind kicked by Mill ,'vrve aI t hie close of the 2nd titaurltr mmtlthiugh register"ed by the gal unt ire dues nt appear. on the sCori?g ' . ' 2. 'Thal, in thle last. qluarter the gal Uinmlirc ti I awarrded· i hellitid to .\lil'gr. whint t it w Cl! t ;. s kIl ickc I i. That the toring ed3ds are. in valid (a) bhecause of irr,',g l:hriti,-s in the sc3 rs:" (b) that. the scoring (C;1 s art n1t;L S.igt . l by l he h goils The ortCC?t wias upheld by I votes t?, ii. the 1, lu lesc'ille ( le-s. 's I Iudc l'cd I'cttit ) and 3 Cold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

X~iic iin ] iite huns I() · in ~~~~~\ ~'r Iii iiiit. I e efiilr~i I'~ it er il il.,rii Iii> d '"'Fr thi pasl twcnLy years," wri. tecs Muir l.. llHrrisuon, groc:r, Parra maltta ld. and Catheriune s., Lcich lardt, N.S.W. "1 have bcen a suf fcror from dioidrhuca, and although 1 have tried various prescriptions hao found notlhing relieve moo like Clhan bcrlaiu's Colic and Diorriuca L Itcu dy. Now I would not )e Wi.hotL a bottle for any lunomIy,'' Sold ,l ,. utchiusou, Lilydale) U. l1inson, Millgroye&; Scott aud Al len, Y'rra Glen; B.1I. Bradshaw and Y. J, Pawborn HIiea!sviltl. AlTJTR OTIJERS F'AUILID. "1 n1o (1;1±bef~ai 1 l'n 1.n ;1 allu fur soPo throats nidl find our nib bing r liciv's iii' writce Mr T.,Dcen nis, llilitalj, NZ, "It w or ked wl on ders whon I sprainLed mny ankleŽ, pir lug 11nc iniiediatc relief froin painl miler oither lincniciits had failed. (liamberla iis Pain Palin ha s also relieved. mc ulanny limes iro! un 'lteu. matisin-, For Bronclhia Coughs, lake F9oo...

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