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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

WA RBURTON. Tinier 3iille In conunon with other p1hCsS. we 'ro beginiiing to feel I lea clfect of tim war conditious. Siix of the 'oills .biive cliise4 down Ieinporilv, and mnost of tile ineit have ecatteredi in '1iicsi of work. iix cilici iiiills rne. hlc wever, still going strongly. end soiia of thIee ire iprepariig to p)it lIb a re.*rve ol' ti ober iin auticip:1 l.ion of big orders wicen things re \Uini thirj normal aspect. WXork tillh no doulbt lie found for Ilha inir iltd men on tihec road contracts in t.bLa riding no(w tIcinug Iit ijt)o oQiora I-iou wuider thu. Couunt.' Roaidi Jo~rd. Parijotic Effort T'hle lidieS are comiileting their tuenvas of thLi district on eiiieulf of ;tae isLrd ilavor's Fjid. and ote am iant raised liv tihi iirt pr to be about. £d0. Of couite, t his is ocy t Ita (Iwti le i the d i's pliiniary cci tribltit 'ii mi variouls orlain apione use plauning monthly or woaklv Ic 31il'1i tunecetr 1)1 iciurse the chif tolue iuf lhe wcik is tlla cuulonert so 1pleiidi...

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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

Prcscntation.-Thc pupils of tiu tree 1 Schiojl o&lus:c. L lydal·, pre iiailted to .i iss bCssic Oliver a pursc, ss a token of tikir esthex iand good will on the cre of hexr levitng tin' townshiip Jlst week. Whilst attend ig tshe scahool, 3liss Oliver gaiiied J;wo Certificates for Mnusic ut T'rmnity College, Loundon; lh iaso wou the Col1 11e045al (tII gift of D. I crrina;in, *Eeq., 1'.M) to ith l)nr of the bxlhool. .. latch, of' teCders is advertised in tihis issue liv thie Country ]Riids board, in conncetion with tie Jvc hii-Mloiiiulk load. * * * Yoniindieis fo: i thi ioairdunxao Inexucy in thlI East'.filting oI the lUlier Yirr-. bh1iire cie due xiii Wed uxslua. sepcitierer 23J clcation day bciiig on October BULh * * * ilessrs T. 11. Ii. .Mortoii and rous vdvcrtise for us:e liv tcndor a fasin of 191 :icres nt East WVarburton. * * w (I lf.-On Thursday efternioon next. starring :it 2 o'clock, a mnixed four scmiiie competition *will le iliyed on the Lilydale links. 3leinbois wh...

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ABSENT-MINDED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

ABSESIN'T'-dINDE'D. ''The most absent-minded man in world occupied my chair this morning," said a barber to a newcomer. "Ho came in and sat down near the door to wait his turn. I yelled W'est' at him two or three times when my chair was empty, but he was dreaming and didn't hear me. Finally, 1 touched him on the shoulder end tolo him 1 was ready for him. "What do you want me to do?" lie asked, 'Why get into the chair ii y'ou want anything,' 1 replied. 'T" is is a barber's shop." " 'Oh yes,' he said, and then he got into the -chair. Ho leaned back, se 1 let the chair down and shaved him. He didn't have a word to say. When 1 had finished he got out of toe chair and took the check over to the cash ier, paid, and started out. When hail y through the door he stopped. " 'Say,' le said, 'what did yoe' 'o to mo?" '' I shaved you,' I said. 'Just my luck,' he replied, 'I wanted a hair-cut.' She woighed close upon 2Q stone, but she ii'siated on caitering the crowded tramncar, and as she stood ...

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WHY THE FARMER SHOULD GROW HIS OWN FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

WHY THE FARMER SHOULD GROW HIS OWN FRUIT. Economists tell us that farming has came to be a speoalised business-that the fanner of to-day should live on the profits from the farm rather than on toe products of the farm. To put It another way, they point that the day of the self-sufficing farmer has passed and that to be successful the fairmer in this dsy and ago must con centrate lsis cnurgics on the produc tion of crops that still pay the largest profits regardless of swhother he or his samily can use or care to use them as food or clothing. We hlase no quarrel with the econo mist. We necl scientists and philoso phers to work out for ps broad eco nomic prinoiples. The difficulty lies not so much in their theories as in tue fact that we are apt to take them too lterally. We are likely to for get that the basic difference betsween the farm family and the city family lies in the fact that the femr and the farm Ihonme are ono and inseparable. sue city business man mayh live msilsc rcm h...

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

TURF TOPICS* (By "Flemington.") It is evidently intended to give Ber agoon another chance on the Turf. At one time it was thought that the three-year-old orack of last season inas dehnitely retired from the racecourse, but the fact that he is now in full training again would lead to the belief that the racing public will yet see a little more of ieragoon. In a time like the present, when high class performers are not so plentiful as could be wished, the return of flora goon to the fold is very welcome, and let us hope that the effort to tram the brilliant son of Multiform will prove, successful. Last week the cable sent news of the result of an important event on the English Turf. brom this it is gathered that racing is being proceed ed within the old country notwith standing the grave orisis it is pais:ng tnrougo. It says a great deal for the courage of the British people when in tile midst of their greatest trouble they can with as light a heart as may be turned for the moment to ...

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LIFE IN THE SUN. IS ITS ENERGY WANING? [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

LIFE IN THE SUN.. Id Lh ENaEIsX WVAitiNGy A ts-ic that must be continued for soural conttries beiore a ornimtre own elusion is reacoou nu uteenL coauonesi ced by siMr. U. (i. Abbott, director oO tue bmithsonian AstrUpoysIcs lOuser votory, Vaasnungton. 'Ih *present conclusion or sesentists is tOat the continual loss of heat from the sun is approxim ntely bialnced by reguratron, Oto to condensation ut the whole body, consequont upon the radiation or cas neat. Mr. Abbott baa Initrated a sys temn of observation by which he lspe5 it 'till be possible to determine wne tner the solar radiation is constant, increasing or dimrouishlng. Original researches ragarding solar radiation have occupied Mr. Aboort continuously for several years, and he is recognised as one of the leading au thoritits on the subjuect. "All the comfir rts of our life on earth are de perterint upon the radiation of the sun," said Mr. Abbott, prior to his tcuparturo for Sydney. "It would be eory iit-resting to know wheth...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

---THE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVII. The sudden reappearance of one or her own triends, aster being so long out off from all society, had raised in Ida's breast a vague see ing of unrest. Longings which had been lulled to rest in tlle apathy of despair, revived in all their old intensity, although there was no hope to teed them. And the mere sight of Captain Beresford's familiar lace brought back all the ghosts of the past in a formid able army. As she sat alone in her pretty home, to which her husband had given the name of the 'Lilacs," she imagined herself back in the old sweet life with its joys and its sorrows. The work dropped from her fingers on to her lap, and she was wandering once more about the beautiful gardens at Bolton, wit! the mellow tones of Cis Deverel's voice in her ear. The fancy was so vivid, that an actual blush rose to her cheeks, and her lips parted m a smile. A slight noise woke her from her day droam, and on looking round the sight of her husband standing ...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Special Correspond it.) Six years ego we were sicin--- with each other to do honor to the Aisricau paen-o'-weromen, who cante with the White Ieet. They wPerefeted and iul.ud over and given a good time generally in the usual acceptance of the toinr.- Eyory citizen felt it a duty and a pleasure to take charge of an American or two and do the hon orsa Can it be said ehat weae doing the same for the splendid fellows who are in trainiiig at Bresdneadews, pre poratory to going to fight for us in a war that dwarfs all other wars in history? The answer lies in the fact that apart ftom local "'ond-offs," the nien, when on leave, may be Seen at theatres and other places of public entertainment, not as the Americans were, guests of enthusiastic citizens, hut by themselves or in little parties manifestly made up of relatives cir per sonal friends. Probably t11ev prefr it that way. Certainly, iiien of the stamp who volusteer for the work that is before these do not wa...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

FIVE RtLES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur ideas Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however, eni. ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. People who handle things in every. day use are the, natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital. 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 palenteses. 2. If that workman or foremn , or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, says of lhe "Inventors Guide," "I am recem "mended 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 the '...

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applieations for grant of letters pa. ,nt, which have been lodged 'in the following names, have been accepted by the Commissioner. Messrs. G. (G. Turri and Co., patent attorneys, No. 1 of Australia, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, have pre pared this report from the offi ial re cords: Illuminating Bullet.-The point oi the bullet has a coating of flash blgit composition. Over this is a suin ot glue. When the bullet strkes the tin pact is sufficient to produce temporary illumination. (Wincuester Rep ating Arms Co., puronaser from T. O. John son, the inventor, U.S.A.) ire eo are several other patents being oe: trod by the same company for causing liu m;nation on impact, but different an to details; mor example, in some ( ·.ws, the flashlhght composition is in a re cess of the cap, and the point of I hI bullet is variously shaped and arrang ed. One of the bullets is specisaly proposed for pleasure shooting, out : main object is for the information the...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

LILYDALE POLICE COURT. I (o enry on the licetiji if thu Noir iitr xiii lix a thii riceniiiIv --The iiiiiissiiii riq itih xx wi gratited iiiiihol -~ liii it . xxii tslin \a ie 11 n li itIi alit (Iii.atitju (lianll I III aIasai.;. jal(( iii I.iI?·iIla~a. aiiat1 £aaitiil tt:a1 tai)1 'iilr, I' jiajalilug ·I·I iii~' liii (iai11il hut ia' .IL) liii haul . tI:I ijliC'l( ld ':~.ll(- Ii-Iciilai aa aa aaajatiiri.11111 \il lC ;\ liiic iir thu~ atatlia a jll tla i ar

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STATE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. MR MAXWELL AT LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 September 1914

STATE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. MR MAXWELL AT LILYDALE A good number of electors at tended oi Friday evening at- the Athenaeum Hail to hear the views of Mr George A. Maxwell, one of the liberal. candidates for the Evelyn electorate. Cr Hughes occupied the chair, and in introducing the candidate pointed out the high position to which Mr Maxwell had attained in the legal profession. Mr Maxwell on i-ising to speak, said he would have to acldrcss them as lady and gentlemen there being only o6d representa tiveof the fair sex present. He was speaking under conditions unusual to him. He was gener ally pleading for someone *not to be put where they did not want to go: to-night he was asking to be put where he did want to go. As the State Parliament was still sitting there was no announced liberal policy so far as State legisla~tion was concerned, con sequently no definite policy for him to discuss. He came before them with no cut and dried policy. In the State of Victoria there were two oppo...

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SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. W. F. TOWT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. W. F. TOWT. Tihe many friends of ?Ir W. F. ]owt, of D"])ev'n Park,'! Coklst:e:i?n, received a. great. shock whlien they learned of his death in M?elbourne oni 'ucsdav liast. Mr Towt was pre sent' at thle 31elbourne Slhow, aid after his brother hal boLen around the ring in (l, ofi tihe unting con petitionus, oin ,iouwdon, de eased re marked that ihe e'as feeling unwvAll. A. doctor, was procured, aild Mr Tuowt's inuiediatle ranoval to a pi atli hojspital was orderied, but lie raplidily iank, iand died at couple of hours aft-'erwards. T'he eause of his utenltahle deltaitih was lielirt f"ii:ir. Thle late ll T'owt. who was i ild 't:i voe rs itf age, was widely kim'wn .tul id hlv r "spected t' roughiout lth:e iistritct. 'le wanus of a quiet uiuassu lniinig disposition, anld was tihe p,os Tei'or ofi many est inmble qtualiti .l wais ia. memberi of the eomuimitec ol tht: Lilydale Agrieultural ?oiet.v, it' w hich- heI took a keoen interest. *tid was a. good supporter of ev...

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

WARBURTON. Patriotic Effort Succcss lhas a tLande'd Ille rt.orLs jf the women of WArburtout oin l;c hadf of the I.ord .uvilr's Fund for .1ho sustelni.oice of llie wives, chil Ireii, tind par'.ntLs. ofC lihs wvlho olulilt:r Ir i r ;.t iv r nvice in tir v;L'. .\t t'.iC li u-oi ling u.f fII' t coiluln it oC hIust 'Ilihurodai\ :i\ l,lii: r.!ideUce "liec trfahwur: · C:.i;j \\'i rd . ij~iluun~:cd iliutlut tW;e ieu. l(:(C~ Lr. tuv, this tii st ulustaluleut.iL ItsrIbiiiptu .111(lI tilt- Wa 'u I he list. .~i V'UL lai± 4 Cck it local.[soldjies uif c'iiupa Ihu cadlows We 1inst add \Il' -r. I tid ie,id 'aiiilur's iit Chill' it of I'4 i ':isitiri'uiers h Ii'l iii" is i t ii ric'd i~ujt~u, i1 Ciii u:1~l0 I c iI hid t ¶ hieit oveic it' iii thle sire's ol wiikiiig ;r riiigecuiits tit iiiriy" tii lilt strk of his I1itriutic assist hits lie waii' fiiil( timoe to utter liiiiiell' ,\lso Lilauc is .M r W. ~tokdal, c who is ,vli.lti the miedica op.\t - uklt pioiiiicoiitu.It meiii or 'if the \Varburtoun I...

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RAILWAY LANDS ACQUISITION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

RAILWAY LANDS ACQUISI TION. BILL. In the L.egislativo Council 'on Wednesday lst cweek, the Hlouse discussed the second reading of the Railway Lands AcquisitionJill, tlovedl by :Ir Drysdial: .Brown, who explalned that there ilSl onte matter of poliucy in the bill-the abolition of local rates. This was a step in the tight direction ; it had always bee a matter of eomzl.liiut. by dis tricts served by railways conasl rue ted it recent years. and which had i ad to contubut'" a double share utof taxation under tihe s?ystem. 'The uamount involved was only about £15,000 a, year.-Jt. w.s pointe I out by Mtr '1anifould, who was, never theless, in favor of the principles of the bill. tdiat the amount. including lines under euntruetion. woul I .e about twice that s1t:i. --\r 5el Ville aisked whether it was on. ac count of the cominjg election that ttie 'LUtiistry made this gijft of 4oi,0tOU .'year' i 1ciho ntuswered lont a word ; the rcmutark wasi lnoretd.-aumne fund, said M1r li,:ks, sltnuld b...

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WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

WONGA PARK. SFrom Our Own Cbrrespondent. Good Rainfall Thero was a. hp'endid fall of rail here at the cud of last. wc- ', :ic, will benefit the fruit and oathcr crops g reatly. OJT thie Track ! Satuirday nitht. was v ery dark one, and sevc:ra l 1 op!c wi;3 were wdalking aln ig th.' maiu Yarra Road got, otf the track ,anud falls 1c e lu Incrouns. It is lucky that.- ,othing' lhappened at a shtoL. on the mnaiu road where a jiecc of work was beiug done lby a .ct:cr, ald leftL in a, very dangerous IIaiinIer. A Good Job Coimpleted Thc ie Warrandyte Tad, lading. from WVonga Park, is just completed, by 'Contracturs llus?ey ad Knd , who have made a. good job of ?.ume. 'The road is a great, boon to t.ilis lice, and ha- lccn a longfelct w.nt. Wa rr~oiiiytc .liues S.\lining at \Varrandyt. is progres sing very vo ra.tbly. 'Jhe ,uutp it the Cai?douia miune is workinug pleu didly. The water is now douwu to 150 feet from the surface. It is the iutentiou of working in the 'OUft. level, where souumet...

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MEN AND LADS FOR FARM WORK. 210 TO ARRIVE SHORTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

MEN AND LADS FOR FAR1t WORK. 2i0 TO ARRlVE SHIORTLY. Th'e tcamie: ' Tihea.isto :log," which it expected to arrive at .Melbo.urune about, the begitniing of October, is bringing to \'Victoii.t a party of 70 men and 170 lads, whni it is de sired to place in employment in the country districts a's soon as possible ulftor their arrival. T.1u JImuigiatim?i Bureau. of 35. Flinders Street. Mlclbourne. is de.ui rous of receiving informatiou fro m iny farmers or other couitry em ployers who in.ty hre in need of lahor. OGing to t;1e dry condi ions whi :h aru being experienced in th: Nor thern parts of the State, it, is recog nised that .the demanrd for Larin 11 'bor is,' under present circumustauces not, nearly so great us would be the case under ordinary couditi(nsi, but it is hoped that all employers who may have any va.edncies, or who may have opportunitics of lita cing mten in any way, will lose no time in senuding in the necessary advice. .Withi the dairying season ii ope ': fation under ...

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A WANDIN PIONEER. DEATH OF MR. JOHN ROUGET. AN INTERESTING CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

A WANDIN PIONEER ------oOop . r ri ')EATJ[ . l Il. JUlUN ROUGET. ----- 1 J ij ,\AN INTElEST'I'iNU CAJIEEIR. l1r Juolin lioiigel, one of tlim ,)ci ets or li thIc Wudii district, pas otd ',way on Tihursday ioriiiug last, 17th igt, it' his residcoce, "\Vau li.i 1'rk,'. '\V;udin. l'ich e doccascl .ook sen nsit v ill aloit 12 muon lbs '.go. IbL \.uilr lthel skilful c;rc of )r 'Syvie, in1(1 ttir(iful aittention, he *o'ueccl. Albout 10 days ago, hlow "vir, he a;;in took i!L. and was con 'inted to Ii k rooms. iJledital nid wto 'allel illn. but tlece'ascd tr diiallly )t;atlue wecik(er. InId l d n.t.c w'iy n'r.(-fllly on T'litr..day tornitt'. 1o vi;i ncisillo t ( 1u to I lhise., dcath teit tltig Initroii hII.rt failure. T'ihc leccet;ti'd ctattl"itnn was hborn it the 2.tlt lMiy, 1021. al. "St. raei 0.i'," h IiOnrny. Veid was tole. ure 'JO you-rsi a~nd mioiuiilyl old nt, h.lie tiie of hiis dcIc;llt. At anrt early 'go Ie launclhicd out. into the world to earn hiis I:vina, and. ias itcd iti Catlh...

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A HORSE "WRINKLE." [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

A HORSE "WRINKLE." A correspondent has forwarded to an exchange for the benefit of brother far nmers a method for teaching a young horse to back into a loaded dray, which he ihas never known to fail. In backing a horse into the shafts of at loaded vehicle, it constantly happens that the horse strikes the points of one of the shafts, and, becnoming nervous, refuses to go into his place. Some horses in swringing from side to side, knock down the shafts or tip up the cart, with the result of breakages. A simple remedy is to make fast a rope or rein to the shaft on the near side by two half hit chies, run forward the rope on the in side of the shaft past the horse, and, holding it taut, back the animal along the rope. 1f he starts away from the rope at first, Ihe is clear of all obstruc Lions. When he finds that it is to a certain extent yielding, and does not hurt himn, he gains confidence. and, guided by the pressure of the rope, passes the point of the shalt without any encounter, th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

Slessrs T. I i. \l. orton and Suos advertise. for sale]c by teader a farm of 1834 acres at East- \\arburton. Clearing iiale (Oin \loud:iV next. 25t1. ijst., clearing sale of tLuck and i lule - uinuts \\ill be held at Y'cring,.under instructions from \lr ('. Price, wiho has sold Iik pirolprty. .Alssrs Jcn nings and tl'J nues and T. JIl. i. .otr c?On (d tout. are the auctioneers in conjunc:ion. P irliciulars o0 t' b .l are advertised in this issuie. * * * * Concert an,. Citfflee Sutpp I in the Croydon Hlall, on "Jiursd.y next, October Ist, ut, p.u., u. Brand concert and collee supper will lC held, is per adverlisemout. City? and local iingers amid imtrrunleital items wi1. pr)?id.e a lirtt-tlJa l:ra _ ertnueunc. lhe uditi-.eiti Will be: is ianlt 6d. with a choice suplier,: aild a 1.1:a.ai t t'evenig is .o.it0ititedcl' proceeds are i| aid. or. 1lit'J ]ia1tlt work. :.ilvda , -tato l hoi.jol t:: T.o raise funds to liquidltlite'ihe slutll amount owing in coittectioh witth tie lhelter ?sted...

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