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ALLEGED SUNDAY TRADING CONVICTION SET ASIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

ALLEGED SUNDAY TRZADING .Xlri .Jastiecq Iioodl·~i~ IIItlO lrfl'l;: eeC Ui.·L on V :cldncit~l: ulndo i'sointl e an 01 delr· to i~evi~w a dcczisicllon (Ii t Lil\ da~li j~lislcLs \ia loii Lv1 2-I lmniL'',,lci I d liiim · m~a le'iC'eI.C Of theC 'stbl~nCi. I~iec ceii\iv·i·,l lii ((s s-t asidle. switli eastj th'le fijel'CIsee~r ti' e fl~i-~ ii\iii l e LIi-r ijljt th~clse 1(1(11! I(ci i hiiiil~j-jIII' tin-l hers. 'lulCy i iijuscidP( (IC hucailijijiiiii hueiif L2 v.. \jtii I ha Udl C~st. - lie

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. Julic Il:girt ate - January 2 und 0, Yebiruary 2, Malrch i 27, April 21, May 22, June 10, ,tly 17, Aeg ust 11, Seplumlbr Ir OcI, tober 9, Nove 'mbCer , Dec ember 4. Dr ,yne, and IC.-rs 1IF. .. Lith gaw and W\. A. Wl:rinigton.--Jan uIcy 1;, ICbI'II'y G a( 20, 1t'Aeal 1., April anet 17, May 8 and 29, ber 18. V. Jibps ,, and .. \alL '.-J n u Ary L andl 2, J,.bruary /, Jarclmh (; and 20, April 1O, ilay . ald il, Jluric 5 and 26, July 10 and 31, Au grad, 21, September 4 and 25, Oct ober 1( and 30, November 20, Dc cember 11.

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Yarra Glen and Lilydale Hunt Club Races. MY ANGLE WINS THE HUNT CLUB CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

Yarr'a Glen and Lilydale Hunt Club Races. -4-~-- M1Y ANULE WINS N IIC IlliNTi CTJI CUP. :li.ui te tihe flaI tih t, jin "e 1 if .\i(,iiit 'tii:ii ml II t iirll e ti t i.t(l ItI( l'l . and of her enotinhi. e0 i.,.? "\h hch ke;,t I, ILulm ber?I a1\'I,\. " ihere \"i : is .Mt, , s-;.,, Valhev rai(,m r.ns, i1 ih', ofl['ornoon(?. \\heln th?' Ma ul'I:I r',ce IIIal?inI?. ofI ihe, Yarra (.len? and L.ilyvlale Ihunt ','lah w\as hehl. TIher?, \wa' : lar.g, at.tLend.hance oIf di.t ri?,t 1 liIe. \\hi(ch would] halve ee I}u(;I etted piIn. tha h Into night, tr;?in? t,, .ilyv oleh been, continued* ,n ito Hlh le.?vilIe =a' ",v.,I is i ll'l' n .' iOn.ll T'li liehI fi)r Ili' uie ingii \\'len lie l (L < l l .I lul .t..' l,' O r. ie l l . .1n 'v nli ulded ( I' o Ioc?1 ha'l I(, Ai url'i (.i \. tFi lher) ml c1 lr ilhtel l l.i t-li l (.\ 1I. Supjll. ). l"The 'ril 'ir .s irltcl ri s aiId(l. l v rti(lei ;ait a i J. ;ii(l riln ai (ligappintinii r; ", whil: ;Auri ail Ill. .lithe .nv rile. (i i lli ( t...

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

TURF TOPICS (By "Flemington.") Taking his "book" form as a guide, it seems difficult to bclluvo in Naxbery as a probable winner on anything tie colt has thrown in public heo must make immense improvement if he is to reach the Derby standard. The task beoloro him may, however, be accomplished. Young horses have made the necessary headway before to-day. Poseidon, who like Naxbery-a son of Posendon-was for instance, of little account as a two year old, but such rapid strides di he, make that when it came to the sp'ing of his next season, hoe was easily the best of his ago. Naxbery may go on in similar lashion. There was certainly distinct promise in the way in which lie shaped at l'leminigton las, month when heo was only narrowly beat en in a seven furlong eng:igment. -Hunting men have had an unsatis factory season. The dry spell lha:s naturally been a good deal aga inil them. Still, the different clubs have in the circumstances, managed to provide a fair amount of sport for their mem ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

Our E:volyvn corre.-plondent writes:: - I havx'q |bete, .?htwn ;I ]let.+. r oIltm one(. of' oulr b.o\'. :It t h:! Ih'omdin,, l ,ys c.:?iip. ie c:lieas vcri highlv o1' the allice?rs 2081 the p r-rl~n~' tlr;?;l l en( l :il . | h m p : I. 'l? - w r \Vql'k (11 lir..' a:p1 lid. hard IC j onzc+ r',vh hwl nii t doni much iiai l-illhg. ItI i it \\ia aill iniiei'tikn \ii th it harty icht , cher ful.n l· Ss,? .\ A Iln lhte 'J ] .p ar loi,)k [i,? fo(rward', to lplrotce+d tin the' fr'oli. Ilid. hi pe tl(1 rI lt.) . is itli oC rne t tiiatL'they are to Ie detililed lfor :ti. ri.?,,n duty in (;reat lh'itain. "\\il \ltiiiuteer light, ir i the Il;ig.' sitd tie wtitcnr." 1mu ire will bc dis.ii ,in t ,d if w u dc l ,h n oi t 1 t:h i c' t h e c a in . t, .ia litghtill , ri "lThe ' s ano l ynct leg n, i that .10 sawinill near the U.l~lltt ('retek \va. iilled hiint buried near th stiriam. It. \w·as r'nulrl11lqd t.hte other. day that tiii hiiei 'v niiins hacl ?\rah:; llthe iarthi awa; f u'Iiii tI,, body. ...

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THE DEMON CROW. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

THE DEMON CROW. All the family of crows areo birds at demoniaco ingenuity and malicious hu mour. loerimps thie small black crow of Coylon is quite thie most cunning. There aro mallnllly tales of its cloverl.sss? and audacity, anlld Ilamong tmhem per hlaps the most clharacteristio is the talo of its habitual manuor of robbing a dog. The dog sits, wb will say, by his kennel enjoying a bone-a bone which attracts the affectionato regard of a chels. ' The crow decmIds to the ground a foot'or two fronl tih dog's nose, and begins to dlance aitl attitudiniso, with the view of induc ing hii to drop the bone, as he wat ches. The dlog, however, is thoullgh perhaps I!zily interested, is not quite such a fool as tlhaLt, but holds tight to his prize. So, after much twisting ml .lohiwn Ing and skippling, the crow flies oilff. nlld takes anlllothelr crow into parit.1r,' ship. The articles of confedrne; y having boon duly agrecd oni, bll com1s crew llllnumber one, anlld recoim mo ciso his comedy wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

S-IN'SURE AT ONCE . WITHI THE OYAL INSURANCE CO LTD 'UNDS, £19'031,200. 'ANNUAl, INCOME, £7,542 i08. FIRE (including Crops and Stacks) ItAILSTOSE, LIVE STUCK, FER SOSNAL ACCIDENT. WOIRKEIS' COMPI'INASTION. MARJNE and I'ROI'ITS. -Local Agent at Lilydule.- . A. J. HOPKINS. WAN TED STORE PIGS, any quantity, GOOD BUYERS waiting. On Receipt of Advice CALVES and PIGS forwarded in Crates will be MET at Ringwood Railway Station. D. G. M'CLELLAND & CO. TUESDAY, SEPT. 8. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba vaar, Melbor..). will hold their \usual Ei-monthly Sale in their -ards at 'arza Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRI'NGERS, FAT AND STOii COWS, and lines of DAIRY IIEIFE?IS, STEEliS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by CAMiPBELL & SONS, BOU1RKE STREET, MELBOURNE. ItG-WOOD M'CLELLAND ' CO., STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, S RINGWOOD -Mr Alick Mi'Clellan...

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HOW CHEDDAR CHEESE IS MADE IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

fHOW CHEDDAR CHEESE IS MADE IN ENGLAND. Ini the miaking of Cheddarl c.lcsc, elrhaps the lir.lt essential is plure, .twect mtilk of good qualitiy; t Idl ti, be purio and sweet, io ont ?ly luist thli' dtliry and its strroundings be scrupu lously clean, nld no part of it used, as is .?o often heo eisec, as Iniltc' ori store for vegelables, piarallin, etc., bit ihi, ei ihoities tiulslt bh well elclt (d and i'entilated. Ab:ove all, the ud diers ::lnd teats of' the co'ows, nd the tinds of the milkers, mustl he thor oghly walsied befol'e mililog, and thi great.t c.:re t:aken to I,ir;cent a:t stpuri, es getthig into the milk. Thi 'mlii h:o intistel l tijonOi too ,i'onigye as i:er:'e 's iit the slightest do i.ti Iu Ih+ lhrg., quantiSit.' €,f milk atr, d,.ai. :,triev b'y ruiner] for th . m.,k ig f' iine clhecse Iefore comintig t to ithe datry, atndi it is reily Iy tl. i:o srict andl conistL.it silupevi'ion tlih.t tih:s :n be ipreventted. As stun is drawn, the milk is : .: to a receiver, aboui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

LILYDALE CARRYING:fBUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL .TRAINS IN'T. Orders Promptly Attcndicd To. CHlArGES 3IODEHATE. S "FUUINT'ULR1, I:']MOV\ED AI Shourte t Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARIPENTEt. and ]3UILD)]R, CLARKE LSilILT, LILYDALE. I 1'RICES SU.IMIT'IhIED FORl ALL KINDIS OF WORKi. JOjI3.IING OIORT'- SI'.ECL-ALITY ALL OIRDRIS I'ROMI'PTLY " ATTENI)ED TO. BOWYLING GRBEEN TE~ R(OOS1 VWISIIES to cov, y hisi Thanks to tloe Lilydale plublic for the gener ous support given him dulril:ng the past y'cal, whilch has been very lib eral"~indeed. Also to intimatc that he has purchased a very Finc Assortment ol$ NOVEI,'EuS. NOVELTI ES. OVLIlIES]. NOVEILTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONEII Y. - CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of inspection. The VEGEITABLE]S andt FRUIT aro Good this week and CHEAP. .Wishing all Patrons the Compli m-nts of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK Wisim- "- rhtimate to the Resi dents of LILYD)ALE and surround ing Districts tlhat ihe is now carr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

E. A. ATBERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, ' T O'-*':.'.'^''1'o sni ' Ctastotrsiir nrid Friends. We ar' hiere to stay. ' We aro here to naisk a success. We like tho country' and the people. Wo like Our. Busi ness, and strive to increase it by all honourble mc:ano. THE BEST GOODS and THE LOWI' PRICES are what coont, One Odeor Will Convince Yon. Firbt-class .Yaluc i? DRAPERY ULOTHING BOOTS & SHOESi IRONMONGERY CROCKERY SGROOERIES . Orders Dehri.rcd all over the District .. .. . :, Don't forgeot the Address : . Ei;. ATHERTON 'IARRA GLEN AGENT FOK The National Outtlo Food of all kinds. London and Laucashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, ArguO, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ABYTTIILNG. r-.: -_._ __.. . . _-• ,--- __ .," - 11E?L[' 10I_: NE.W\VA51 R.\;I, Thi gr edhIt aid you .an give youLr Lnews-lape is your ,l 1I'NT ING. 1f yuci do niot fcel able to run advertisements, you call give the uewospaier couir cards~, dodgers, billheads, cnvlupl', and all busi ness pri...

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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

LI.YID.AI I'OST OFFICE. Mails cise as 1Ilcov:-- " Melbourii. 7.20 Ia).. i 11 0 am., S p.m. daily. \tone"r ,rler.--- till '. \loorioll rli, Rlingwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Crnoydn, 8 p.' . daily. llcalesvile, I r, Glen, Cold streanm. 8.30 a.lr daily. 'Warburtin, Yt ra Junctiun, Laun ching P'lace, W ri Yillocik, W\an din l'tlock, Wa lin North, Seville, 8.;:0 a.m. daily. 'I]hle box 1. the Iohilway Station is cleared daily previius to trains cl ving for Melbourne. Iato fee chargled. (Cl'iarances 'or local delclivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Ullice closes at 12 no?n on Satuirdiras. Ev\er' othnlicday open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ]Parcels Post Mail; a:d Itegistered Mails close at 11 n.m. and 6 p.m. \WAlIIUII'[rON SALLtS. JMails -:lose for Melbournie at :.1.5 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale. 3.13 p.mn. daily. Received froii Meltauie and lily da: ;?t 11.a 1 . a.m. and 8.1 p.m. dlaily. Nlaits close for 1't.1ihoii's (.Creck and \Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.iti7 on Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fr...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

Local Inforliation PENNY I'OSTAGE. The now' postal Irates. includinr g the letuny postage on ltaers, cain. into force on 21onday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced ratesr ar as fol low: THRlOUGH[OUT THEl' ?'€ \:?ION WEALTHI AND I'AL'UA. .LetLu'rs, 1d per ,z. I.ctter.Curds, Lilegh:, ld C:llh. I~ clici C. i io'l c:: Id cii. Do. reply, Id cach hil. IPost Ca'd s, single, id e'ch. 0o. reply, n cach hUi. Sinitld. Piupers, Old per ilwz. ];oks. pr'inted--On')side Australia. O)} per .ta).; in Australia, 0'd pe) Soz. .lagazines--Priined in Australia. Od pler 8oz.; outside Australia, 0..d per 'loz. "/l m.n'a:'d," O.Jd p?'r .12nz. Co?iit ''ciii p.m',' patt:'ns, sam 1 i's a ii, ' mewfidise, Id per 2oz. OVE:~iR \ DOrTINIONS. Letters frni the Comionia wealth tothe M dlod Kiingdlr,.ovcrsea do minions, -PritiShi coldnics and pro tcctorates, except t~he New Hlebrides. id per ioz. NEW ZBALANI) ANX) TTIE ISLAND'J. '['le rales of New\ Zoalad, EI and [ritu ist olumon .IslaE.?s iin:. Letlers, ld pcr Aoz. "Post '...

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HEAVENLY MANSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

f T1 ~VENLY MANSION~ BY V ~S'1OR RUSjSELL. I ' tI~cl'n my Fotliejor Ilonlse Olrc toan y tnalsol~on. ~ . I go to vtIrc 0nr II tic tor 3.1' to . . I w\ill cttttto oginei ott~d taCo t\I tooI titto0 toyoVdf2'; (.1 oltitiiv~ II 'Ihe h.'jilker IalIIded ro tile teIndc ucm-s of thle text. TIhere i- a iHLlea\enly aLthcr. lh: has a great house. "f'lle dwcllcthl not inl ,temple s imadle with Ihanids." In the largest sese t he h mhole Creation is I is lmoiuse, IIIuch of it .\: kminhabited. I \\:e khow not holw i many dilferent ordlers lof angels there QIre. T:he Scriptures inti IP\K0RRUSS~L~ ot11 aL le ' st li\e di-.tilts l .la'scs --t an l0 , , Ilihlcipalitir . ?, l)\\'elr.s, 01I·Tt)thitn, t( ahri nt@111. Iaih order i I p OleCt oll it', oa pilnn,. lndeld, thl scriptures- declare tliat "a'll jod's work i, pirlcclt." I;..:!T11 A 1;11;1s:I.LIOUS" .eIio\v'NCI'. Wl\'n (o ( dealtd illdaml, il provided' lim Il il1nsci n, a lid litiliou, ;uil etai00- *rlopl, the gsalden would hI'v(e been tex lndcd to ...

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IMPROVING THE HERD. POTENTIALITIES OF TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

IMPROVING THE HERD. POTENTIALIIES ~ OF TESTING. 'Teo profits hom cow-lkeeping de pend upon three main laturs---viz., cost of production, the yield of milk or butter fat, and the pr.ce at which the milk or butter-fat i. sold. The first of these thlee iactors works against the other two, and over all three the, cow-owner has a larger or smaller degree of control. I'the 'cost of keeping a cow, when all the out lays and incomes are considored, var ies under different circumstanccs, but it is generally recognized that it costs at least £7/10/ to feed and milk the average cow, or, in other words, a cow is required to produce 150lb. of butter fat betoro she returns any pro fit to her owner. On a butter fat basis, therefore, a cow which pro duces 1511b. of butter fat earns 1/ profit. A cow which produces 1521b. Is niot considered much better than the first cow, but it is apparent that she is 100 per cent, better on a profit earning basis. Wuat dairy farmers have to con sider is this---No co...

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A LESSON IN THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

A LESSON iN THI1FT. \With all his industry, tile elder Du mas \never succteeded ill amassillng wealth. The largo sums brought in by his countless novels never remained long in his hands, and ho died in por erty. One day in 1870 ho appeared at Pa?s, where hIis son wa\s·: then residing, and greeted him with "31y boy, I have come to lay my boiies ilI your house."' .A roonm was quickly miiade ready for him; he undressed and lay down, never to rise again. IHe hung his \lwaistcoat o\ver the back of a chair by his bed sdtle, and as scon as he was alone with his son he said to him S'Alcxandre, imy son, look alid see how much money there is in my waist coat." "F:ather," said the son, fumblinig in thea pockets. 'there are only twenity francs loft.'" "Look y'ou, my boy," said the fatlher, "everybody says I am a spend thrift, and you yourself have even written a play about my spending p'oers. Now you canl see it wasn't true. You haveo road in my mcm oirs tha:t I came to Paris with only a twenct...

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Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

Warburton Mutual Improvement antd Debating Society. The usual weekly meeting of the above Society was leld on the 2i.l inst in the committiee room of tihe local Mechanics hall. There was a large attendance of members and visitors, about 35 present. After lhe general bus iness of the evenlng had been transactedl, and one new member !hlad been elected, the president c:alled on Mliss Ada Jones to open the debate, the subject being 'l"qugal Pay for Equal W'ork " During a lifteen minutes speech Xliss Jones made some very telling points in favor of equal pay, and generally showed that she had studied the subject thorougllly, Mrs Legg, who responded did ex ceptionally well in her speech, and seeing that it was the first time that she has taken the lead ing part, she received well-merit ed applause, The subject being opened to tile members for dis cussion, sonle \,ery pointed speeches were madle, about twenty of the members taking part, miany of them finding the time limit all too short. Th...

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THE HUMANE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

'TlE H.UMANE MAN. O!d t'iooter caIlll1 holllo o0 010 \ellIlng with a dejected looking fox-terrier Imp, w\'ilth he had brought from ::n hooe.t ,'uflian in tliohe strots. le g:'e it to his gardenlloler with tle ret.04 1 0 thl t he would cut the little a1lim 1's tail to the correct liength as ordained byI society, 1whiic1h -ometilmes conllc' i\l., cluriIous Ilotiolls of bneauty. ILit doI it kilyll, GrnIes. 1 d1n1t want1 thle poor beast to suffer." Next morning, "and for .three morn ings after that, old Piaotor w'as dis turbed by dismal howls frolm the Ipu. At la~st, rnable to stand it any longer, hie ..ont 'o,. Gries IAre youll ill-te ting thai puppy1111. (Gh',n11 s . It 0c011s to be \ clryV ulnhalpply." "lll-trat a do.rg, sir. 1 colu!dl't do it, si,." Then. I hat's it hovl like 1h.'f1, hor c\0l'y llOlnlllng? It's that1 tail business, si. You11 1told 11e to cIIut it as klndly as I c,old, so Pvc been tlling iff a littio ht every mornin,?. But it doll't .-ecom to hellp the 1111p. 111, mu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

Forl Children'lls hac~king: Cough1 nil Nigt oo~ds' (iroal 1 'ej'jswrniiL Publio &Totcesl. Dancing and Physical Culture CIasses. OIOYIDON \IECIIANICS' INSTI TlUTJI. Children, from '1 to G p.m. Six Iellce ler los?oll . Adults-]-lincing Class 7.,5 to 1).15 p.m. 12s Gd per term of 12 lesson. 'Terms: InI advance. 51188 LAWI,'ENCECE and MISS Kil.lK will opeln classes as above L CG- EO. SVIITI-IS SPE CIA-A~E SEI~EDS Giant; Asters, Stocks, Panies and all FHlwer atnd 'cgcltable Seeds. Mly hardy cold climate Fruit tres Ro-e plants, Shrubs. cl;etc., grow vig orously whluc truanslpltcated to milder districts. SIITIP'S SEI':EI8 AN1) 1.IANT8 are 80 ID .)on ONO). T Y 'T 'll1.)1. Cash Orders delivered Freighlt Paid to any Railway Station. Calulog ucs free onil application. GEO. SMITI. SIEEDI) & P'LTANT IERCIIHANT, hBALLARAT. Est. 1864 FEDERAL CASH STORIE. H. LEACH.. rProprictor. SNo inecessity to go to MC:'Lourne ro mlake purclu;l.es to save rloney. Ylou can.I do so riflht hera an:l...

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THE BOY'S SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

TIlE 1BOY'S SAC.IIIFICE. l_0 was a good little boy and very tlhoughtil. It \\ais dlurinig a 0ong s oell of dry 01eather, and he had heard o1 the grl:at scarcity of \\lter t.i iollgh 0t0 tile coulntr'y.. S11 came to his mother and slillppedl his l.und into hers. " itll a," hle said, "is it true that in some plaices the little byvs and girls , sm carcely enough water to drink." Siut is what the papers say, llmy ", i he presentl'y said, 'd I k ' ' g 1i 1 e u ' s< metlin' for th, e p15)1 litih boss and girls." Hli, mother gave him a fond look. 'Yes, dear. .Alnd whaL \'tulod you like to give til?"' ". '?lal nlon ," he said in his enr nest \\a, ";as loiig s1 tiohe \\water is so \el·y, \elry scarce 1 tliliik I ought to give il1) being \\'ashed I"

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

CAURCII SERVICES lloman Calholic--sL Sunday in the month--31ass at Lilydale, 9, Mlit chain 11; 2ad iSunda.y, Ringwood 9, Lilydale 11; 3rd Sunday, itchara 9, Lilydale 11; ith ,Sutnd y, Croy doa, 9 Lilydale 11. Chlurch of EnugladLi-Lilydgca 11 & 7 p.in.; Yering 3 p.m. 31cthlodist CIhurch-ilfydl , 11 and 7; 'nidin, 3 inc 7; Scrille, 11; GCruycre 3; Eveclyr 3; Ycring, 2.30. PIreshyterian Chlurch--Lilydale 11 and 7, Croydon 3; Ringwood 7 p,.r. ELptist Clhurch--Lildale 11 and 7; Tienic Hlill 7.,0: iro doi I I. Chlurch of Christ-Croydon 11 end 7 p.m. ?ilvation imry--Lilydule 11 amm.i. kYarra Junction 3 p.m.

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