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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambrosine.") The reasons we do not walk well are S ny. Here are a few. We, those .I us who live in towns, spend a far greater part of our days in trainsland trams than on our own two legs. We do not know how to sit or stand. We seloom realise we cannot walk becau.' I,,s of the people round us can . walk either. Most of our men folk seem to imagine it is our clothes that are wrong, not ourselves, -and we are quite ri dy to fall in with this beliht and go to all. sorts of trouble to e form our clothes rather than ourselves We think walking is so simple, we ne.J not take any trouble with it. A doctor once said to me, " There are only three medicines in the world; air, water and exercise." Funnily enough, most of us would rather spend much money on patent medicines and beauty doctors than use the medicines we can get for nothing. Of course, air and exercise are first cousins and water is fast becoming known as their best accompani Wnnt. -To .Avalk well you must f...
FEAR OF DEATH STILL HAUNTS ABUL HAMID. "SOUVENIRS" SHOW RED SULTAN REMARKABLY INTELLIGENT BUT ALWAYS FANATICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
FEARf OF DEATH STILL HAUNTS ABUL HAMID. "SOUVENIRS" SHOW RED SUL TAN REMARKABLY INTELLI GENT BUT ALWAYS FANATICAL. (Paris Correspondent New York 'Sun') In the mysterious recesses of his palace prison at Constatinople Abdul Hamid, the IRed Sultan, once the most feared man in the Turkish Empire, is as one dead. Not a word, not a sound from him has come to .the out side world, and quaint old Stamboul so busy nowadays in modernising It self, hardly knows of his existence. Europe heard a report some months ago of Abdul's death, but ,it turned out to be only unfounded rumor Abdul Haqmhas;,bcenr-in--Coinstii tinople since the outbreak of the Bal kan war, when he was .transferred there from Salonica. In Salonica he had lived as a prisoner since the day in 1909, when he was dethroned ia the result of the Young Turk revolu tion. No one is allowed to see the former Sultan except those in his im mediate entourage, which means, bf course, the personnel attached to his service. A curious journal ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
Municifpal ,Vofices. Shire of Lilly5dle. 'iNN UAL ELECTION OE, COUN - CILLOIS. SNOTICE is hereby given that an Election of Councillors for the North -western. ount1-western. and Etstern Ridings of the Shire of Lillydale 'rill be held on Thursday, 'tie T'wen tv-seventh da.y of August, 191.1, to fill the vacancies caused by the re tirement through effluxion of thimc of Councillor Riclhirtd Tmplin Kings (deceased) i for the North .western IRiding; Councillor James Bell MIcAlpiu, for the South-western Biding ; and Councillor Edmund Burgi, for tlhe Eastern Riding. Candidates' nomirna.tion pal;crs must be in accordailice with the Ipro visions of the "Local Government Act 1903,'" and be delivered at the Shire Hall, Lillydale, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on or before Wednesdacy. t:he 12th day of August, 191.1. Nomination .,lay. JOHN McGIIEE, hleturnin," Officer for t: cNorth - l western. hiding. ' teturning Officer .for' thc Sutslh westcr?n Riding. JAEI S IIOUGCiET, hleturning O...
"CANCER HOUSE" HAS NO TERROR FOR HIM. RESEARCH FUND'S DIRECTOR DESCRIBES RESULTS OF EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
"CANGCER HOUSE" HAS NO TERROR FOR. HIM. ItESEARCH FUND'S DIRECTOR DESCRIBES RESULTS OF EX PERIIMENTS. Dr E. F. hashford, director'Pof the Imperial uancer tcesearclh i''utin has delivered a lecture on tho '-ealring or Uoliiparative and Iixperimental Inver tlgaltons on the Assoclas:o0n of Can c'r' with Chronic irritation." 1I am nreqeuently aticed -whether a ancient almily mansion shllf not be burned because ti tihe ocurcuce-.or can cer ill successtive nellbers or ltie Iam 1ly. J am frequently conisuleu ru garding the anxieties of per.ous who wish to ucupy, a house in wiichl a person has oled? of cancer. I ilvarl ably reply that I should have Ino ob jection to occupy a so-called cancer s house myself, and give my rca.wons." Cancer, he said, is so frerouomtlty .a cause of death that ultimately one woman out ot seven and one man out of ten above the age of tlurty die of it. Aggregations of cases or cancer are bound .to occur frequently in the same area, whether it Is a large or merely a...
RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
RINGWOOD MARKET. Jfc~"s 1). G,. .M'C'lllaldll anll Co. re'''pu -larlcl Vll suppled and competit JIi on gindi. 'Illi p (1 imt., of :pigsZF anl Low ls tVi'rc %"eCIV l4:(i and( t(II~idiug(4 ((cVI' $1irit144l eV'o' - jut, Icint soli al 4 ttisf ('orý Arica:.. l'; In ;, tI t ltI;: fat Co's to ,WdI 11'.'141 54)e'1 11 sto I.U) 114sly ]uci(tJ'4 1 C;I 1J, Aijl~l "o(1tii s to 2i s: calve:.: 1.-arluc~rs anlrl slip,~ 20s tc, YHq I i" wls 31nnl Turks Iv Gs;: rorkc'rcl. 1, to u, 10) V 44(ýi(4'is'Iti 1; slp 1) I '4tis tw'4, IIs liens1 3s11 :l' t~o Is. 00144nrs UL]. (4 n},
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
j :,EJY, J5TNR,. Practical Boot and Shoe Maker' YARRA JUNCTION. Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. All work done on prem ises at lowest prices compatible with good material and workmanship. W.VIDBEIiC METAL CZILUNIS Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends for them throughout the Commonwealth. They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor ative charm, and inexpensive, can be washed down and do not collect dust and vermin. Catalogs and lesigns ... .. ·. free. . .'. 'The WUNDZBLIOa 'AT3~T ocZILING I ROOFINO Co. Lti --- ^ 1,.. 81 .. Qee . S•tr o 3bor rP to6ids Fpr Constipation, Biliousness, SBad Breath, AHeadache, Indigetion. Delightful Family Medicine * LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO S..-' " JVWHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, R i M' .MAIN STREET, LILYDAE. Primest Beef, Mlutton, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL' BACON and CHEESE always on hand. .Customers waited ...
Mr E. Haughton writes: [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
1tr I I iughtoi wcilM :-sir.- Vane clecti I:iaxtc bcen good cii utgh I&lt; saiv tinat. it' I would noin umtt I~ i F clii, ti y wtiiili siipl:uiI. tnc. iimi trae1ii c" lir.uali Llie e' amen ato I mi"e teemi I ldi 1v so inimn I fiiendsI htl;a~ the}" expected. nee tlo -l Iml that I thin iim it. amili sailil tl i s iiiiiiimnii . tihe itA tlat. A 'mýiltint m Iilie ai candid ni ii: frtrmem-. iirt 1 mutt iii t,; biililijt thiC cI mdi dmmtmic ujl 1.ir eua.. \lm 'cdili. --" Attention is directed to two iu lort1nt. sales a!ldvcrised in this issuc by Coghill and Ilaulhton. Tile date of both is August 121I. one b. ing :v ,mortgagees .sale of lard. w.ith or cliard. dwelling, etc.., at. Croydon, and the othlier. a valJuile fairm of 100 acres. also tit (Croydon. 'The fllw?,i resolution was iis sed hy the "eville ('lhiitian ],ndonta v(:ur ,ociet, at its l'"st, meeting: 1"That in view ofI recent anlnounle lenits in the press ol a 1 robabl e cilr' l1 atnentdiicit of f1le Licenlsing 1.tiw. def...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
TUESDAY, AUU. Ii. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMPBEILL & SONS (Kirk 's La zaar, lMelbourne) will hold their .usual lii-muonthly Sale in their yards at Ya'rr Glen on the above date, whcn they will have forward the usual yarding of MIILLKERS, SPRINGERS, FAT AND STOIRE COWS, .and lines of DAIRY Il1EIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by CAMPBELL & SONS, ilOURKE STREET, M1ELBOURNE. Rl1TTrG-WOOD M.A.RKE1~ET. 4f'GLELLAND 6' CO., STOCK, STATION I. LAN), AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, RINGWOOD 3Mr Alick l'Clcllnn, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY MONDAY. ...Of... CA'1'TTLE, 110 ISES, PIG S, I'OULT IY, 1FURN1TU1RE. 'U l tc. Splenlid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Calacious Storage Room for Fur niture. \'e hold Sales evert Fiurtlt ''l hur'sda: T it- \Vatson's Hotel Yards, llitham. in conjunction w\ith Joseph Holnmes. ENTRIES INVI'..U . SUIISCIlflllS are reminded that I.heir playmen. s are now\ due, a...
CROYDON ARBOR DAY A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
[CROYDON ARBOR DAY A GIREAT SUCCESS? 'The celebration of Arbor Day at Croydon on Saturday, last was car ried out under perfect weather con diitions. In this green valley, 1lah ked on the cast by the blue Dande uonigs. on a bright, day, and under a cloUdless sky. a large assemblage gathered to witness the elfoi'ts of the local.childicna to capture prizes for excelling in various field sports. With the object of beautifyingi tie Mechanics' I-l:.Il site. trees were pla.n ted 'with a show of' ceremony. The combined efforts of the Pro gress League and the State School committee to Imake this Arbor Dl)ay a success net withli such appreci:L iliol that the s'mce course of umal gamtation will Ie adhered to in the future. 'Thle president of the 1ro cress T.eague (Mr II1. Grcness). his lieutienant (r W\V. M'Givern), with Mrs Grant. and a host of ladies in support, together with the offlicers of the School Ctomitttee-Messrs \\. Ta ylor, W. Iihock. anmid b.. lar-. didge--desierve crei,:i for the...
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
POULTRY NOTES. There are very just reasons for tak ing seriously the tollowing remarks on up-to-date poultry literature and pre sent day methods. You must set youy mind at ease on the very potent fact that the knowyledge gained by experi ence in the past decade, and which is now so easily obtained, is the one .h.ng more than all else that has set poultry pursuits on a correct basis. This knowledge is detailed month after month in good poultry papprs. And be it known to you I can assure you our Australian poultry papers are to be congratulated on the abundance of superfine and exceedingly practical ar ticles which now aNypear in their pages. I am a constant, student of all that is new in poultry literature. ' I pick and choose from England's best pap ors, and from those from the United States. But when, it comes to the Australian made poultry paper, I do not hesitate to say we hold our own, and do something more, when the question is, "Where can I get the most suitable hints oni hous...
TRINITY HOUSE. BRITISH INSTITUTION THAT CARES FOR THE SEAFARING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
TRINITY HOUSE. BRITISH INSTITUTION THAT CARES FOR THE SEAFARING MAN. Trinity House, which recently; cele brated the four hundredth anniver sary of the grant of its charter on May 20, 1514, by Henry VII,, traces back its history of the days of. Alfrou the Great, since which. time it has al ways been associated with the name of the Trinity House. tVEREINUGED BY SKIPPERS. There is no seafaring man in the world who is not familiar with the name of Trinity House, and who does not regard this venerable institution wish a certain degree of reverence. For not only does it provide for sup erannuated skippers and often the clos ing stages of their voyage down the river of life, but it has also for hun dreds of years been responsible for the lighting and buoylig of British wators in various portions of the Globe. GIVEN GREAT PDWERS. Bluff King Hal, when he granted die charter of incorporation to what sas then the Trinity Guild of Pilots, Seamen and Mariners at Deptford Stroud, in the County of...
GARDENING. FLOWER. MONTHLY CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
GARDENING. FLOWER. MLONTIILY. CALENDAR FOR -AUGUST. Aquilegia, antirrhinuni, calliopsis, candytuirtt, carnation, chrysanthemulli, clarkin, convolvilus; cornllower, dian t:hus, diaisy, delphiniumn gaillardia, ga detia, hollyock, scabious, schyaituIs, valluower, larkspur, lobelia, lupin, miniulus, snignonette, hysolis, pansy, poppy, potunia, pyrectrin, phlox, peris ;clle:in, stock, sweet pieas, suntlower, sweet William, verbena. The ablove list of seeds may .be sown this month. Care should be taken to protect theni from frost when they are Just showing through the ground, as the. hardiest of plants are liable to get froslitiitte.l when just germ'inating. A simple method ot protecting them is to arrange a hessian or .canvas blind over the seed becd, leaving it on each night and takiing it away tetweon day breakl and sunrise each morning. Annuals that were planted in early antultihn or late winter and spring blooml, such as stocks, pansies, phlox, seetlllling carnations, etc., are mostl...
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
LILYDALE ?UST OFFICE. lNails close as elow: iMolbourne, 7.20 a.m., 11.20 a m., 8 p.m. daily. Money orders-0 till 1. M?ooroolbark, Ringwood, 7.20 "a.m. daily. Croydon, S p. '. daily. Icealesvillc, . ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.310 a..ir _daily. W'arburton, Y: . ca J unction, Laun ching Place, \V- ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, Wa\\a .i Northi, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the 1Railway Station is cleared daily previous to trains leaving for Melbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Ullice closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. ]vcrv ~,ther da.y open from 9 a.m. to 5. li'x. Parcels lost Mails and \ 'distered *Mails close a.t 11 a.m. a~ 6 p.m.
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
Local ,Information P?'NNY 1'OSTAGE. Thle new postal rates, including the pelnny postage on letters, came into force on Monday, \lay 1st, 1911. Thc \reduccd rates are as fol low: TIIRO UC lOUT 'T'11Fl CO31MON WEALTII AND 1'A['U.A. Lctters, Id per ,oz.. Letl.er Cards, single, ld deach. Do. reply, id each hall. Post Cards, single, id each. Do. reply, ld each halt. Printed Papers, 0Od per 2uz. Looks, printed-Outside Australia, 0. per *loz.; in Australia, O;d per Soz. - laugazines-l'rinled in Australina. Old pet r Soz.; outside Aulslralia, 0~(d per loz. "Hansard," 0'd per 12nz. Conlnercial p:pcrs, patterns, s;im ples and merchandise, ld per 2oz. OVERSE A DOMINIONS Letters from the Conmnnonwealta to the United .Kingdom, oversee do minions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, 1d per ;oz. .NE\F ZEALAND AND) TIlE ISLANDS. The rates of New Zealand, Fiji, and tBritislih oloumon Islands are: Letters, id per '.oz. l'ost Cards, single, ld. Do. reply, ld each half. Letter...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
.OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") At brecsnt, . wuen their position is aboutu aus acute. and listressing as it possibly can be, conmments and advice on the growing of fodder for dairy cows is not likely to appeal to the owners of stock in the dry. northern areas. No matter how clover and resourceful they may be, they cannot produce with out the necessary moisture. ' That fact is obvious to everybody. There are many parts of the State, however, where an assured rainfall is experi enced, and there dafrylpen should cer tainly make adequate provision each year for the maintenance of their ani mals in the most effective condition. Those who hitherto have not done all that they might and ought to have ae coimplished in that respect should, with advantage, study and digest the ob servations recently miade by Mr. A. F. Furniss at a meeting of the Longwood branch of the S.A. Agricultural Bureau. Speaking with rrfer'nce, of course, particularly to the hills districts, he said from the begin...
Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. 1'uli:c 11ag istrate-January 2 and 30,. February 27, Marchl 27, April '2J, \lay 22' June 19, July 17, Aug ust 11, September 11, October 9, No\vember G, December 4. SDr Syinc, and 31cssrs F. 1. Lith gouw and \\. A. Whiarington.-Jan unary 1, February i 6 and 20, March 13, April 3 and 17, May a and 29, Jmue 12, July 3 and 24 A-ugust 7 and 28,l Septembler 18, (ctober 2 -aud 2tov ue lbcr 13'aud 27, ])ecmu ber .J. . [lMssrs 11. T. Kings, J. Jiugct, 1T. 'm. iimuosun, and J. W'?alla?.-Jami uar?9 and 2:. Flebruary 1, [larmch Jand 20, April 10, mla)y 1 and 1l, Junlo a.alnd 26. July 10 and 31, Au gust. 21, September 4 and 23, Oct ober 16 mind 30, November 20, De ccmber 11.