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

,WARBURTON. (Front Oir ,Uivn Courroqti.d:tL.) - Alelba (Concert S" A ""ni he i Ihas en fori I etlltl. - e? isistitg iof t ". ( (ih lder(ehair - lman), lesss (Collings.. F?lrs..(s n. \\It?n ,tanl'y. Kid.. ?torey. and bleak :Joy rcrCeSllting the t-irc b .iaeiit ii g i t stit. .tionts- it' . i ia Ly's iAngli catn ('hurt h. lechantics' Instituto, r d P'roglress Ats-aciatio l. lThe so 'retarial tduties arc in tie CelIpuble lianuis , .of t-ss Ci lings iald \Via stailev, A& e:" an elncouraging ullnbtlr of guinea seats hats been disluost:d it. and it strong demand - has set it f,,r i l 0Is I d til chairi . A ing at 6.5 and returning frint Wir - burton at 10.I1 p.m.. vwill en. thl:" vantage of this mneuorabl.: oFportu nity. '1111E \A l. At the Front There- i a.i evident ly sil met ii lng Srophetit oboutl tile elthusi tsn ol la.stt ir ie night. tLhough a su._,t e - .Lion that a ,wr ilulliss ht:,r mi,_,ht Jind our Itins oin a Europcan altl ' Jiehl would then ihavl Lr-ovoked nl. Ssmlile...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

CROYDON. S':'8. , .._--.. oo---- Fromn Our Own Correspondent. T'lho ,War. .ot the grolt, election, is all tlhe talk. I. iberal and -Labor il ike seOILI pverless in raisinlg ? i thusia?t ; but perhaps ou.r electors will remtnblu t.han- Sal,turday. the ,th inust., is polling day, andt will tdo their duty at the ailiot, bi,x. Thel local elec(iin is over, andii 3ltr iridger. J.I'.. is duly installel president, of the lrogrcss l.eague. lMrs (rant atind Air S. la.rdidge aret vice-presidlcnt.s. and Alrs Anst a s 'J'To help on the local lied Cross branchl. twou gaiinea:e from the 1'to grlss League s funtlds \l.r dtulated for the Itiurchase of munterial to b1 tmade into garitttits. MArs Austin. president : Al irs Yde. sicretary; inid aMrs lrildger, treasurer; w\tih qlI-ite at hive of workers. a.re ntcouilig regularly, and promise to .dto tgoodt useful. work. '.I'le Progress I.caguo", itn citltjtutlc tion with the l'ontedy Clul)..are ar ranging for Ot lat .i.tic et',rli.t Ielnt oln Sattutrdty...

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

SEVILLE i--O-- =· (FIum Uu Our Oxx'n (Correspuondit.) A ' iri o lit estdeiit of I Iii, dis trijt. .Mi.-i 1 'Ii:Iiid iil, e 1I,;it. week - at the Mii(Viii(Ci age iif 8(1 iis 1)coI;isci hadl reici;dt (ieree Ifr lue;ir Ix :io ye s 'flue Jlecr~llaic·' Hall La~s been inl ii~c l tliii Iiimcil( (ill th aIst i eek nli 'ii ýti l ll riii lI/ICi LcI(lid 1. OiLet tt' -(tii . 2. ic t t i., ic r L. L i adl-ii trs d th llit o ilets lcrn riding ol" the Shire: on 27t11ii niiiir Iit.l ' xxx tiir\iiie il. a biii i et - idig i tll the i iiiii ijteli r us, Iand liri Ciiliaiibor hlty lisipoki, thell

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M.U.I.O.O.F. QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE YARRA YARRA DISTRICT. AT LILYDALE. FINE PATRIOTIC SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

- M.U.IO.O.F. )'AII; I!JIIG' ?Ij1I'iNO OF 'j'i.I; YA\II.\ YARIIA ]),'Iii.(T.'I. - AT 1LVLY I..1 FINE l'ATRIOTIC Si E1;C;:E'. At the Shire climbcr.i o111 Ti;,.s day the Yarr:t. Yasrr,, dil.rict. ' t the above Order held its quajirirly ict-. .ing, -'hnlii delegates frhoin evier" lodge were prcseit. ingetlhcr witlhi visitors fronm other dlisl.riats. Theic repo)rt: of IthK )istrict Ollic-ri was oxl;tiniely brighli. anl grdptil fy ing. Besides sliowing a, stIealdy in (c'c;ils of Ili.tlds. tlie rclOiort stlated that the pasl riquarter had been the niuost sti:cce'ssln ill tlit hlitonryv ol the DIistrictl. fron the iaclt tha.. the 'l.iibcirslhip showoed an increase ofi - J. IThe llecltsville lodge was c., ;c.'ia lly ctigraituliated on ie liluLe work that had bIeen auccomiplihed in ti'hat t.onwi. ail the hloipe was ex preissid thnit it would c niitiiinic. T'ilt Funira.l 'ltims were very hea'tvy. Deatli. lithe gre.t leveller .hid been Ill tlls i-irectioLn.' Also. i I CSo iSe Lo aI atppealI to...

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SHIRE COUNCILS MEET: [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

SIIIIIE COUNCLILS EE'L': Lilldalc.-Tvurtl l n loday in eacln aioutli. 13ccrctury mid id uuniu er, MIr ilaunitton Sinclairi C.E. Upper Yutrr.-1' ii.' \lon~t ine each mount. mCCrctarv, \Ii L'. Maor cy; Engineer, 1lr A\. K'.. SKambll. ESlllthm.-!imi t Js l nda. in cacl) mozilJm. Secretary and Engiaeer; 1111" A. U. Thomas, C.1;. COURTS 01' PETTY SESSIONS. .Hcalesvillc.--Every T:hersday, at 10 a.m. Lilydalc.- vcry Friday, at 9.SC Warburton.-Fvery Saturday, at 9 .g a.m. Clerk of Courts.--?1r T. B1. Wade. Police lla gisrat.cl--D.Ir. I. 11. Cole and Mr II. 2lorrison. District Juslices.-I. if. Lithgow, Coldstream; 1. 11. ] lfety, \Vngai Park t and 1)r. A. E. Symen, Lilydalc; .1. Il?ugot, \Wandin; J. Wallacr, Seville; M. C. Bridger, Croy'don; C. ]ath. Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; \V. Privett and \'. Jolliflffle, Hcalesville; I. Ewarlt, Ioddlc's Creek; J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, \Varburton; J. 11. Thomp son, Al. A., Silvan; A. (;. Buller, 'est W\\arburton; Jas. Hunter, Lcee nak; T. W....

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MELBA'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

MELBA'S CONCERT. Mliss Ellell Tcriry has gac:ncously coinseinted to help at Ilie concert for the Lilvdale District P'atriotic Fund. 31isy Terry is the greatest English actress, and her talent js world-famned. I .Mr Stalliworth reports that the plan of :ea ts is biju?g rapidly filled upi with boull.ngs. aqiid anniounces that. owing to hlii being engagcd at the pol?in, booth all day on Satur la.' itli jIsb . 3Ml Geor \liqie las the box plan. itd.\ wsll bolok sealts on that day. The programine will be' ;trailable In a fIC" days. nottee.--Pamgrnlnphs as avert(ise me?.s cannotib'iaserlted 4aaless toid for in the haal 5y4)r, 4s- AM

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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. Polieo Alagslrate--Jaununry 2 and S:0, 'cflbruary 27, 1;ir(chi 27, April 21, May 22, June 19, July 17, Aug ust 11, September 11, Octuber '9, Nov\c'mbcr 6, Decccllmbcr 4. Dr Symuc, and M1cssrs 1. Ii. Lith gow and W. A. \VWlitrington.-Jain uary 1(i, February 6 and 20, March 13, April 3 and 17, May 8 and 21), June 12, July 3 and 21, August, 7 and 28, September 18, October 2 and 23, November 13"and 27, Decnm ber 18. lMessrs 1I. T''. Kings, J. Ruuget., T. \V. Simps.-on, and J. Wallace.-.Jan inuar ) and 2:. Ftlljrumary 13, uMarcl ( and 20, April 10, Ma:y I and 15m June 5 and 23, July 10 and 31, A.u gust 21, September 4 and 25, Oct ober 16 and 30, November 20, De cember 11. . . . .. . . .. .. ...._____ - "lver ,ilnce ly little Liiv DaLvid was three I have dit't.n hile Clhan lterlaitn's Cough Slcinld,." lsys -Mrs .G. A. J'axtoi. Little ('CILh er Street, New Fanll. (. "l hav:Ivte 1d?u I'tL p r ll my chlildrcn Iiil have never known it to Ta il. all"y nights 1oi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

J:ruin Mllessrs 1". H.' Irull.ming ty. Ltd. we have received a. copy ol their 1911 List o0" pure-breed S eed ,lhaize. This seanson the lirm hus cut out several varieties. which l:ef Lor repeated tests were founld inot _ood enough for inclusiin. Thiis, ser" the lirii is offering siome spe e.inlh"- seleciei seed maize. fromi hland pickedt cilia. whicii are topped and a., il, tli rey retltslrillg al C ev-ll slm ple of seed throughout. ;A.s only the best maize is in this aspecially selcetied sced.' thc gernmiiation is practictally 100 per cent., and a_less lquantity of seed per acre- nceed be s5own. .t copy of this list 1ma1y be obtained po."t free oln applicatioun at the store.: 1 Elizabetlh Atreetf Melbouttrne. In ilour ohiluns this i1sne the oldt established firm! of lieo. Smith. Seed :id :i Plant M1erchalnt and lieu eial Nurseryni. of .Ttlllarat. is adivertsinig pirticulars of fodder seeds. Ness /ealbllnd firllers lla'et long reccg,iisedl the fact that oily a millioti re ea afford a...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

-TURF TOPICS. (By "Flomi?gton.") If the present dry spell continues much longer, we may expect to hear of several horses' having either broken down or developed soreness. Tho trouble is not with the training tracks about the metropolis, as they areo well served by water mains. But on the racecourses whero this boon is not ein joyed, the ground has become very hard and dusty. Thus, unless a good soaking rain falls soon, weak legged horses, which are racedl regularly about the suburban courses, are likely to suffer. Another difliculty owners have to face just now is the price of liorse feed, which is rapidly mounting up. To the man with only a slender purse -and thero are many such racing in Australia-every rise in the feed mar ket naturally causes anxiety. Alarm ists predict that oats, bran, etc., wilt go to prices in this crisis that have not been reached for years. Let us ,hopoe.it will not turn out so badly as I! that, though with the drought, as well as the war to be taketn into ...

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THE WAY TO TALK TO THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

THE WAY TO TALK TO THEM. A dirty farmer, writing to 'lloard's Dairyman," wants to be told what to put into milk to make it stay sweet for three or lour days-and how to mix it. And this is how "'Hoard's"' answers himn: "No, we will not, and for this reat son: It is against the laws of the Fed oral Government and practically every State and city governmelnt to put anlly thing into milk to make it stay sweet. It is a crimllil act to dtlop milk with preservatives. So muchl has been said and written on this subject that we are at a loss to understand why anyone should not know about it. There is a way to keep mille sweet. Keep it clean and cold. Keep the dirt out. Take the heat out at once after milking. A clean, healthy cow milked by a clean, healthy milker in a clean, sanitary barn and handled in clean utensils will produce an article that will not need to be doped. It it will not keep when imnmuediately cooled it is not fit for human food." A, fire broke out in the houso of Mr John Sa...

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POTATOES AND BUTTERMILK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

POTATOES AND BUTTERMILK. An Irishwoman well expressed the other day, says the London "baily Chronicle," the value of the national diet of potatoes and buttermilk. "When I was young," she said, "we never heard of consumption. The peo ple were content with potatces and buttermilk. Now they must have meat and tea. They are healthy enough as children, but few grow up strong. They become consumptive as they grow. They cannot afford good meat, or enough of it, and they will not eat the potatoes and milk that are more nourishing if boiled or baked in their skins. The Irish know this; and, passing the open doors of cot tages to-day, one may still sometimes see the brown, smoking balls turned out of the big pot on to a clothless table round which the family is sit ting. The largest mass of pure rock salt in the world lies under the province of Galicia, Hungary. It is known to be 550 miles long, 20 broad, and 20 feet in thickness. A day's work for a gelding is often a dlay and a half for the ...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. a (By "Ambrosine.") Of all the preparations which delight the gourimet none is more popular than a well-made salad. But it is not only the connoisseur who is devoted to the delightful dish. For many years the public have shown an increasing appre ciation of the salad. Ever since Sy'd ney Smith, the witty Canon of St. Paul's, wrote his famous rhyming re cipe thle people have taken an interest in that "great and glorious herbaceous treatl" which would "tempt the dlying anchorite to eat." In the words of the genial cleric some of the principles of salad-making are happily described, but it would be too much to expect a com plete and practical lesson in the art to be expressed in eighteen lines of verse. Successfully to prepare a salad is not so simple as one is apt to suppose (writes a correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph"). On the contrary, a considerable amount of knowledge of the subject, experience, and skill are necessary. Volumes might easily be writte ...

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

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS 1IET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CI1AU;,? MUDEIAATE. -'UlNITUIZ'R; I10VAIO\'ED At Shortcet Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARTIEN'I'ER and BUILDER, CLARIKE STIREET, LILYDALE. 1'RICES SULV I1TTIE;) F OR ALL KINDS U' \\WUUIK. JOBBING \oHIUJ A S1'ECIALTY. ALL ORIIERS PROMPTLY -,, ATT°CN])E1) TO. BOWLING GREEN TE,~ i?oO.S WI'SIIES to eoiiv?y his 'T'anuls toL the Lilydale public for the gener ous support, given him during the past year. which has been very lib oral indeed. Also to3 intimate that he has purchased a very Fino Assortmoat of NOV?OVLTIES. NOVEL''IES. NOY T, I' I ES. NOVELTIES. 0VE'l.lIES., - NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONEIR Y. CON.FECTIONERIY. CONFECTIONERIY. well wortlly of insiction. " The VEGETAB]LES andl IFRtilT are Good this week and CHEAP. W.ishing all Patrons the Compli "nent.s of the Season. BAKER]& PASTRYCOOK Wish.-- 'aimate to the Resi dents of L,ILYI.DALE an surround ing Distr:icts that he is now carry i...

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

A'ITIERTOI Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, :.A G ET.ITh .. i To Ourfud r Cutnera and Fri,.l. htirt Lu .,'te' a Ruati..cc.:. W like the cour!rV and the peophle .V lilk, Ol;r rUli nac, mdi strit.' to it creose it by ,il hIon?,u?or le ImUOantR. TIl E IESTI' GOODS and TIlE LOW1 PRICES aro what count. : 0.1 Ol.,r Will Convince Yo'. First-class Yainu In DRBAPER OLOTHING BOOTS & ShIOES C:UIlOCKERY ORPOCEihl E" Orib'ra I',.i.,,*. . i! vor , thi - l )iirict ,Don't for?,t tI.Hn Aiddr,:; E: A. ATHERTON /AI{R[{A GLEN AGENT FOLR Trhe N.ttional 0altic Food of all kinds. Lond,, aid Laincashire Fire Insur ance Con. Age, Argus, Lilydale Expres armil all weekly papera. CAN SUPPIIY AN.YTiIINO. yore'- tiw -pai-ar is y," .101 i'lI NT NM. If 'rini ant fol lc Luo ruln adv[\er~i<th /:m nt. ), )l yn olt ga\ve tIh ewVpapefr viair t iids, doudgari lil.iint qU i· le '. am all'. busi inelis prilnting to executti. 1 i Iieews paper man .wants it, naot it helps -2hin1 to pay his 1irintert for lie...

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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

LIL'11i.LE POST OFFICE. Mails close as l-low: Melbourne. 7.20 a.m., 11.20 a.mn., S p.m. daily. Money orccr,--9 lilt 41. lMoorooibark, lingw vood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p. -. dlily. 11calesville: c ra Glen, Cold stream, 8..0 a.rr daily. Warburton. Y: i'a Junction, Laun ching Place, \W ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, We lin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railway 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 Ollicc closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. I'arcels Post Mails aLd lRegistered Mails close at 11 a.m. and 13 p.m. WAIIBUITON MAILS. Mails :Iusc for Mclbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale. 3.15 p.m. daily. lecccived from ?lcll?ourie and Lily. dale at 11.15 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. 'daily. ' IMails close for Ml'1ahorn's Creel and Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. The now postal rates, includirn' ihe penny postage on letters, cam into force on Monday, May 1st. 1911. The reduced rates are as fol. low: 'l'l-IIIOO I l I'1 Till ('NIA\lMoN VWEALTLI AND I'APUJA. Letters. id per Ioz. I.ctt.er Cards, single, id each. Do. reply, id each half. Post Cards, single, id each. )o. reply, id each half. Printed. Papers,. O.d per 2oz. BLooks, lprinted-Outside Australia 0O per dtoe.; in Australia, 04d pe Alnagazines--l'riutcd in Australia 01d per Soz.; outside Australia, 0, per 'lox. "llin:isa'd," 0I'.d per I2oz. Wmin r"*ial p1lin?r-, pia: ern,s am pie.s aid Inerichanldi e. 1' per 2o: OVER-E \ I)rMIN'ONS. Letters fr,,-. lhe .:,Unniiniinwealtl to the lnuiled Kiiinlngii, oversea do minions, Blritish col,uhlis and pro tectorates, c,:etpt the New lhlejrides 1d per loz. NEW ZEA\LAN1) AND THlE S ISLAN S. The ratelcs of New Zealand. I"' and lrih ish trolomon Islands ar Letters. ld per o10z. Post CardIs. singl.,, I,1. Do. reply, Id each...

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

T ELY ,I JI'R? --. Practical Boot and Shoe Maker' YARRA JUNCTION. 11epairs executed with neilat.ness and dei'atch. All work d ue on prem. ises at lowest.prices coLpaible i with good material and. wuorl:manusip. Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends fo; 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 W UtNDER LICS A Tp-NT EILINTO & 00FINiG 0o. Ltd 163 Cucen Streen, Melblote. SFor Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, '- Headache, Indigestion. A Delghafl Famiy Medicine LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO "VHOLESALE AND RETAIL BU'TCHERS, . , - IMAIN STREET, LILYDALE. I'rimeslt e, alutlo:, C.,rned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bledcuck Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE 111J.L LACON and CilEE..E alwr avs on hand. Customers waited upon dail y aud ordcrs promptly ...

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SUCKERS. DURING THEIR FIRST EIGHT WEEKS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

SUCKERS. DURING THEIR FIRST EIGHT WEEKS. in the lecture on pig-feeding, the South Australian Government expert said that wheaten straw was the,best to use for bedding. The little pigs until about three weeks old did little else but sleep and drink. They should not be allowed to roam at large with the mother. When it was noticed that they had a disposition to do so it was time to give them a little drink on their own, for much depended on get ting them to drink early. Milk that had had the chill taken off should be supplied in a shallow, clean tin trough, where the sow could not gain access to it. Care should be taken to see that the suckers did not gorge themselves, or bowel trouble would occur. If. anything were mixed with the silk, say, at four weeks, a little bar ley meal, but not bran, was recom mended. As they grew the pigs might have a little scalded pollard added. This prepared them for the critical period of weaning, which should take place at about eight weeks old. Young pi...

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THE PA[?]NS OF [?]EL[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 September 1914

]3"Y' PA~STOR: RUSISELL~. me. uid tlml c mimem~~ otT ditell got Itoh tttitd. gir nidl ;L tuis~eIion Itil ·l·' Il i d s It;1 ;I Oil, l l~l l i~i )1I) till-ir I~l i~iilt' s c PASTOK RUS ii aldr-aitd a t Io ltand in the way of ilati noble hl'i rts, lie cIlained, are [anti-hie: i tr lak of Lth, ltwf'rel. ent of t d-:u1 i b\y r. l-, O , of Io,--ili-edl errota that Iabk thh way. 'I ire is great need that ite "purtL,'" of ora' l IcLiI should be deepleuld and widened by ithe blowing up of the failt doctrine. whlicih fr -. ao long have hindered ut from rectei'ing. the riches of ;od'.s grace whichi we de-ire, and whichl i1e des'ires \\e should enijoy. The ceripltures foretell coiiliions exactly as they are to-day. They declare thait there shall be "a famine in tile land--not :a lamine of bread, not a thirst for water, bt; of heeaing the words of the Lord" (Amios viii. 2). Agaii Lthe Scriptures delah'e. '\My icole are i .-toyed foiir lacii oo Il no:ll'tligl' there aile a' S many hlone-t-h e;a'...

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

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our S,'ecial Correspondent). tile L?amp at ;Broadmeadows is the centre of interest. And it is worthily so. It is a model of effectiveness, all the more creditable for having been brought into .heing in the little time that intervened between the acceptance of Australia's Expeditionary Force,and the commoncement of the training. But the soldiers themselves are more re nmarkable than the quickly-prepared ca'mp they occupy. There is infinite variety among them, but the dominant note is efficiency. Many have seen ser vice. One officer who questioned some 800 men in the course of a morning parade, found almost almost all had had military training. and not a few had been in the thick of some fight. Quite a number of the volunteers are Blritishers who recently arrived as im migrantsll. iand ,lwho are anxious to get back to respond to the "rcall of the blood' that is becoming in-stent in the old land Admiration is com pelled iy the splend:d material. the force 'colipr...

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