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Severance and Amalgamation [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

Severance and Amalgamation The following letter appeared in a recent issue of the "Reporter" : Dear Sir,-Anv scheme of amalga mation or severance arising within the Nunawading shire should take into consideration the position of the ad joining municipalities. There can be little doubt that if the local govern ment act amending bill, introduced by Mr Lawson, minister of lands. which is now before parliament, be comes law, there will be a good deal of amalgamation of mumnicipalities throughout the state. The bill gives power to the governor-in council, sub ject to certain provisions, but without the heretofore necessary petition, to unite any borough, which on a i/ rate cannot raise f3oo per annum, ir any shire which on a i/ rate cannot raise (1500oo per annum, to any other mu nieipaliiy, which would with the ad ded portion form one continuous area; or similarly to sever any such borough or shire and annex the parts to other rnntino' n : ? um nicnalitios_ "'h'lre were last year in Vic...

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PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS—A REPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS-A -.T E PLY. (Tu the Editor.) Sir,-31r Greenwoud in your last issue made a great att.mpt i > L rove tiat because Mr ilMaxwell's opposi ion to the p)ringiple of l'refcreuce to Uti.ironist sc1ned iuconlsistent aiti his profe:sion as a bLrrister i is fair. li mniigiit as well try .o prove th'lt two bhicks make a. white. lie goes on to say that ',hlie 400,000 tade uniouists paid the :ost of securing the improved con iiti,)ns which the 700,00 non-unioli ists work under. Now, Sir, I hauve never yet lcard of a trade union woiking for the good of the non ;niionist, but, raither, do they cou "ider 'him a "scab,"' or somethiiug worse ; at oanyrate, they are work iitug to their utmost to stop him oh haiinigx the means of c:irning a liv ing. 3Mr (reenwood's own figures j'r',ve that the Unionists' hide is only surrassed by that, of the Kaiser iy putting on the statute book that 'Heir onle-third of sthe workers of Australia should have precerence ov. ar the remaining tw...

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THE ATTITUDE OF TURKEY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

.'TIJE ATrTITUDE OF TUiRKEY. (To l.se Editor.) bir,-Aithough the war is making rapid progress, and the once ugress .ive German armies are being driven back upon their own trritory and jerlin, the attituda of Turkey pre vents a further phase of the gre.Lt Europeaun Question. Turkey has now abrogated her capitulations, or, ill other words, the special privileges which she had formerly grauted to foreign powers. Turkey no doubt, I .hifagines that this is an opportune moment for thie throwing offtt of her conceded uobligations. .Dusing the present momentous criois, wihen the destinies 'of empires are involved, sun the balance of international power is on the move, the Porte has ;piftended at least to hold a neutral ipoition iun the proceediags of the na glions. The Turk ,however, has been uestless; his troops have beca mo bolised ; the Dardanelles has bern auined ; and other p.earatines have bee'sc made which 1plainly indicate thnt- the Asiatic is ji a r(tlleos mnoo 'Tie two Gcrnuan men...

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YARRA VIEW GUERNSEYS. SUCCESS AT THE ROYAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

YARRA VIEW GUERNSEYS. SUCC(',SY A.T T'J'E I UAL 1.lU\V. An iddecd iltecrest wia oir 1 to Ii.e sctliuii for (uiruiscy t'ittt'.e *,io Iloya;l hiow tllks v\ca·i by the presence oUf;i t:auI fromu New Souuth \W al'l . iCit bt"y A.\ iith nyV Ih),d<l rn. lie id .lA. J'. . I';ayne, ol.' "Yrru View." I.ilydali, who hals usuiiilly icoo l e tihe puo:l. I rovided llihe , 11t u.titiu. 'J ihe judge. 31c II. i. Keys.: '.)altldllnog, w;as oil ueverll o? Cil. ious c' llUed uponu tlo uii:ake ltiie p'i "iugs il clas.ses i hi ie i o??v a 'iLrrioi\V onuyi . of 'ioiltsi sea'j.rateud .Ihe lir st. aiin ucond esxhibits. In .lie bulls, tlihrce yirs oil i"r over, \. E. 'J. l'aye' 'J'mreigwainiio Ac )it (itj.). a splendid ts >idiniii of * d(tliv y bul , prevaiiled o?v,' .. Ilur .e!rn's tiouldnu I)rea:lt (iup.) T'lIhe witiner, whicjh w-as shown\v in the ,iuk oi' ronlditiou, ulso tio,,0k hiM 5thi ch'liiuions]iuip ;at the ,hlew. A. iL T. Pal';ync Jillud the lirst a?nd. sou :ond places in the two-y'c...

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WARNING TO FUITGROWERS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

WARNING- . TO FUITUiROWL RSV,. ({To the'Editor.) bir,--'The thrip is making great de rastations in orctards at the present timec, and unless checked at once vill destroy the apple antl pear crop. To t outnteract tihe post, all orchardists should at once spray with tobacco and soft soap, using 2ibs. of soft soap and the "liquor frontm u, kerousene til full of tubab - co stems which Jias been boiled for otver att ilour, to 50 gallons of wrater. Sprat all trees that hve. i nisllhed blossoming, and all that are a;tbout to buast inLto bloom. but dto n, .t slra. with this slray whilst in bloom. If ,the thrip is extra bad:, and the Ire.; tru out in bloom, spra? with 2bs. of salt petre in 50 gallons of water. ite reason why orchardistsihould spray tihe trees that, have finished dlossomitng is to check it sp:eading. t. eats tile pollea of the ilower, -and tuerefore l.rtvents poliuatimt;on somnetiu?es only lartiail polination has taken place through the tlhrip atiig ttno pollen ; tihe fruit t...

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THE WOMAN WITH THE COLORLESS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

THE WOMAN WITH THE COLORLESS LIFE. From my window I could look down upon her home-, plain, unpretentious place supplied with the' "'necessities, but void of all luxuries. She dres sed plainly, almost to the verge of shabbiness. he town was small, so shabbinness. The town was small, so without the slightest effort on my part, I found that Mrs Platte had no social life; she was never seen at any public affair, nor did I ever know of her making formal calls. One dull afternoon I stood at the window with a friend looking at the Platte house. "What a colorless, uneventful lire Mrs Platte leads," I said. "I'm sure I should go distracted if I were she." Stella smiled. "Do you think so?" she said. "Perhaps you have the wrong perspectinve. You know life, after all, i5 very much like a painting it all depends upon the angle that we vies it from----" She broke off suddenly. "Come and get a chinge of perspective I" she cried. In the sleet and rain we set forth. "I want to see Mrs Harris,"' said...

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END OF A ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

END OF A ROMANCE. The recent death, in his modest lodg in. in New York. after a lingering ill tin-., of Rudolph Ferdinand August 31a i i von Klenner Dombrowski, member ot the Austrian nobility, soldier, diplo iatist. and master of 25 languages, ire calls ian international romance for which he >iccitietd .ll titled positions, and lived in exile as a student and teach Fromu the day in 1851 when he landed in Ameriea, he took the name of Rud olp Ferdinand von K!enner. He was umarrled to Miss Katherine Wales Evans, granddaughter of General Rochester, of Rochester, New Hamp shire, whom he met in Europe. He willingly settled in the country of her choice, abandoning his position as dir ector general to the estates of the Duke , (I'iburg Mrs von Klenner is now living in the apartments which she for vo long occupied with her husband. ce : re no children. During the loag illhess of Mr. Vou Klonner she ws-s cons,-tantly at his bedside. lI'dolph von K'enner was the eldest son i the lIte Franr...

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ABOUT LILIES. THEIR NATIVE HAUNTS AND GARDEN REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

ABOUT LILIES. Tii EIIR NATIVE HAUNTS AND GARDEN REQUIREMENTS. Ain in.tructive address on the his tory and culture of the lilium family was given recently by a well known l:ly s?ecialist. LiLec-or rather that genus of beau til:.! ulbous plants called "Lilumn' said the lecturer "are admired by air, biu, are not by any moans, easy to t?or. I expect that we have all tried to grow irom 12 to 20 different lnrrus, and have succeeded only with about a halt a dozen; yet their at tractions are such that we repeatedly purchase a.d plant as many as can be procured at a reasonable price, and try different methods of treatment, each tunime hoping to find our trouble appreciated uy tihe bulb, and when lail ire results, we naturally wonder why. In my 9lnaion 90 per cent of these failures a.e due to the bulbs being groan (or at least being planted) under couitions quite unnatural to them, tle remaining 10 per cent of the failures uming due to the bulbs being defect:vo when planted. \ne must remember...

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QUICK RESULTS FROM NITRATE. HILLSIDE STRAWBERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

QUICK RESULTS FROM NITRATE. HILLSIDE STRAWBERRY A writer in the " 1a.tionml Stock 1111l1 SaVl s a n1 1o(e0 than ovr I"lIlp OIeed with the merit, of thile hill system of produlcing stralO iberries. It is the l1a?n01 of glrowinlg Iberlries of extral size and making a .:mall plot of ground pay handsome retlurns. If :1113" of our r?aider, hate plants started in hills, it is important to heat. in mitnd that not it rnnert should bo permitted to, grw. They sihould be renlovcd be foeo thle now planlits hlave stllruck root. !t is a -o important to apply ferLilis er., as a top-dressing during the sea son. /rovidrd the plants are not nalsu ing a: rapid growth as thoy shou.ld. The sO'ret of a largo yield is in pro ducing very strong, vigorous plants, and this ca,,not. be acc'omplished with out an ntlndant supply of plnut food." 0Some people tind a\ difficulty in keep ing cakes fromt buring when baked in a gas oven. A good plan is to put a basin of cold water at the Ibottom of the oven. Another ...

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

GROWING. The )hio lxperm c nt Sta tion News" records. the following:- . I'. 11. laallou 1ays that, on the much strverd lienedict orchard, at. Vincent, nitrate of sodn applied just as the pink (of the blossoms was bhginning to ,show, has resulted in a much better harvest of fruit than oi the rows of te:s a'ongside, which were not treat edt with theo nitrate of soda. This ii a surprise antd a wonderful result of only about three weeks' time. A care ful checking up of the results in this nrc!ard indicates that o5 per cent, of the nitrated trees bore good crops, while only' 3 per cent. of the unier tilised trees showed a good crop of fruit. This experintict is well worth further trial and demonstration, an.d lly t.prove the solution to some fail ures.

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TRAGIC MISTAKES. RISKS OF THE INNOCENT. CRIMINAL IDENTIFICATION [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

TRAGIC MISTAKES. RISKS OF THE INNOCENT. CRLIMINAL IDENTIFIOATION Much discussion has been taking place through the London Pross on the mistakes that are sometimes and can be made in the identification of criminals or persons have not only been arrested, buet charged and punished for' crimes somiae narrowly escaping the hangman, ,ome possibly having been oxecuted. Much is made of the risks attending the recognition of guilty persons by a "Westminster solicitor" in a letter to T'"he Timies." '.o me," the Westminster sol:citor writes, "who, though not practising in the Criminal Courts, am accustomed to observe closely people with whom I aa brought closely in contact, it has always been appalling to contemplate cl:, powers of observation and memory h.-own by uneducated witnesses who have only seen an accused person, a :,s:niplete stranger to them, for a few ,oinlenlts in a haphazard manner. Such feats of memory are utterly beyond nme. hlow many of the strangers I have ;,eii to-dclay, an...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus." Amniong the reports from country districts regarding the effects of the season is at least one satisfactory item. It comes lruin a Sheppalton correspondent, who states that coa sidorable activity is being shown in the irrigation areas near the town, and irrigators are taking steps to put all available land under cultivation. In addition to the subdivision of land by the Government, private and hold ers aro making available large areas, subdivided into small blocks. The de mand for this land, consequent on the drought, is growing rapidly, and buy ors are eagerly planting lucerne and other fodders. Provided there is sufficient water to meet the demand, the development should increase the acreage now utinder lucerne twofold. A more general realisation of the vitlue of lucerne growing would do much for the- producing interests of Victoria, and anythling tending to show in creased activity in raising that invalu table fodder is gratifying. Mr. Piimroso M...

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A COSTLY SNEEZE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

A COSTLY SNEEZE. A sneeze has probably been respous' blo for the loss by the Berlin Charity Hospital of radium worth £1000. Sonme time ago the radium was missed, and it was thought that it had been thrown away by a patient who was ignorant of its value. Au investigation was held, and it is now believed that an opera tor snoezed while handling the precious metal and blew it away. "Ghosts? Why, of course, there are ghosts." said a aman at the club recently. "Ohurchyards are full of ghosts. And no wonder churchyards are full of them. After he's been kicked and cuffed and abused all hcK life, where is. the man whose ghost, especially oIn those balmy. summe.r ovenigs, doesn't enjoy a quiet sit-clown in the moonlight in order to read his epitaph?" Shi'e was. a ecaelrs., girl to put ito stilts ribcr ni the wrong numlber. Ble ing in a hurry, the subscriber prm p.t lv askedl for a box for two. "llut. we don't have boxes for two." said a st: tied voice at the other end of tli line. "Why, isn'...

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

THAT KID. "Fancy having that kid tacked on to us all day I" growled Freckles. "Mother Matthews must have jolly well known what a nuisance he'd be. said the Bantam, very crossly. "Nuisance isn't the word for it I" said Freckles, firing off his peashooter at an innocent little bird, who had von tured to look at him from the eaves of the barn. It was all because that matron Mrs Matthews, had left Willie Danvers in their charge while she spouent the day i1 town, and had put them on the" honor not to leave him behind when tacy went shrimping. .l'"he poor little chap's very lonely, she said, "and it's just as hard for him to be here now, as it is for you. 1His father missed his boat at Aden, or ie would have fetched him at the end of the term." "He hasn't :to stay at school for all the holidays, anyhow I" grumbled the Bantam, who wasn't at all inclined to 'crow" at present. There was some dthing seriously wrong with the drains i. the village where he and Freckles were near aeighbors, and ...

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

TURF TOPICS I.. (By "Flemington.") In a tiime like the present with a ter rible war raging fiercely the contention that raring tends to the improvement in the breed of horses is found to be no lucre eulpty boast. It stands to rea son that the careful study given the question by studl-mnasters with a view to developing _speed, staying power, cour age and other qualities necessary in the horse intended for the racecourse must have its result, andI this result is, it follows, an aniial of the Tight stamp. hlorses are now being wanted in thou sands for service in the war, and it is safe to say that those whose business it is to choose the mounts for the men whose lot it is to ride into action will, when possible, secure horses with a bit of breeding in them. It is a long eos tabltisherd fact that the thoroughbred is the horse for hardship. lie will go without food or rest and still do his duty. While he hangs together he will make sonime kind of an attemnpt to go on. You sometimes see t...

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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

LILYDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as t'clow: Melbourne, 7.20 a.m., 1120 a.m., 8 p.m. daily. Money orders-9 till 4. Mooroolbark, Ringwood,.7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.-. daily. lHealesville, 1 ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.Ir daily. Warburton, Y: ra Junction, Laun ching Place, 11 ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, Wa lin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. SThe box at the iRailway Station is cleared daily previous to trains caving for Melbourne. Late fee ca rged. clearances for local delivery made at .20 a.m. daily. Dlney Order Offllice closes at 12 noon a Saturdays. Every other day open f;om 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. farce Post Mails and lRegistered Mails cl e at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 11' BUR'TON MAILS. Mails *:lose \for Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.hm. daily. Lilydale, 3.15 p.m. daily. \ IReceived from Melbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a.in and 8.15 p.m. daily. iails close for M",ahon's Creek and Walsh's Creek at 1.15 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays ad Fridays SHIRE COUNCILS MEET: Lilydale.-Fuomth Monday...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

Looal Information PENNY POSTAGE. The. new postal rates, including the penny postage onh letters, cam, into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: TI-IROUGHOUT TiHllE COMMON WEALTH AND PAI'UA. Letters, Id per .'oz. Letter Cards, single, d14 each. Do. reply, 1d each half. Post Cards, single, ld each. Do. reply, Id each half. Printed Papers, 0ld per 2oz. looks, printed-Outside Australia. O per luz.; in Australia, Old per 83oz. Soc. i?Magazincs--P'rinted in Australia, O.d per Suz.; outside Australia, 0.d per 4oz. "Hlausa:d," Od per 12oz. Conn?ercial pa lrs, patterns, sam. ples and merchandise, Id per 2oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Letters fronm- the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonics and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, ld per ;oz. NEW ZEALAND AND THlE ISLAND:. The rates of New Zealand, Fili and British Solomon Islands ar: Letters, ld per ½oz. Post Cards, single, ld. Do. reply, Id each half. Letter Cards, single, Id. Do. ...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambrosine.") The peace of Europe having been once isgain disturbed, and the tiny State of Montenegro being again in volved, it is interesting to note some of the characteristics of the women of this interesting country. Curiously enough, owing to the mountainous condition of the country, which forbids the use of carriages, the fighting fordo is dependent upon its women folk both for its comtuis sariat and for its supply of ammunui tion. An ambulance has recently been provided, and a few carts Joer conveying goods from pass to pa-s, but the wives and daughters of the troops carry the food and prepare it, make the camp, move it, do all the drudgery, and take no small share of the irsk. They will. eo seen ltover tg on the edge of the firing line with fresh supplies of ammunition on their hacks and in their hands. They tend whenever possible out of the range oI fire. In every campaign, the little State has waged-and its wars have been incessant for the last seven...

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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. Police Magistrate-January 2 and 30, February 27, Marclh 27, April 21, May 22, June 19, July 17, Aug ust 11, September 11, October 9, Novenber 6, December 4. Dr Symue, and Messrs F. B. Lith gow and WV. A. W\harington.-Jan nary 16, February 6 and 20, March 13:, April 3 and 17, May 8 and 29, June 12, July 3 and 24, August 7 and 28, September 18, October 2 and 23, November 13'and 27, Decem ber.18. Messrs 1. T'. Kings, JT. Rouget, T. W. Simpson, and J. \Vallace.-Jan uary 9 and 23, February 13, March 6 and 20, April 10, May 1 and 15, June 5 and 26, July 10 and 31, Au gust 21, September 4 and 25, Oct ober 16 and 30, November 20, De cember 11. "Ever since my little boy David was three 1 have given him Chain berlain's Cough llcmcdy,' s:ays Mrs G. A. Paxton, little Chester Street, New Farm, Q. "1 have used it uor all my children and hav'e never known it to fail. Many nights our two little girls have been. had with croup, but our faith in Chamber laini's Cough R...

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

A C;1OCEIU3iS 1OCOAIiMENDA1'ION. "F?or the past twenty ycars,' wri tos Mr 11. Harrison, grocer, Parra maLta rd. and Catherine st., Leieh hardt, N.S.\. "I have been a suf ferer front dionrhoea, and althouaht I have tried vayýi .ls prascril[tionls ae Foaund l atthitg r, "iuve me like (Chan herlai 'A ColJli atl ]) Diorhoe: Rea llae dy. Now I wouldl niit be y itholuut Ibottl for any mneuley.', Sold lby J. lhalu hajii/n, lilydale; C. Il~aneon, lilflgroveo; Scott and Al len, Yarra G lolh; 8.11. Bradshaw and W. J. Dawbdrn, IIoalesvill9. For Children's IHacking Cough at Night, WYoo\s' Gfft.t Pqriprmiuo oar-al 0.? " - ... Fo; C1hronic Chost Couu~1a~nts 7s,?<s u,\ gc'O ~ QI'3u 4 INSURE AT ONCE S 3VITIH TIIE ROYAL INSURANCE CO LTD. FUND)S, £19'0'31,200. ANNUAL INCO\IME, £7,512708. FIRE (including Crops and Stacks) IhAILSTONE, LIVE, STOCK, PER SONA L ACCIDENT. WORKERS' CO.MPIENSATION. IMARINE, and ]'DOFI'I'TS. -Local Agant at; Lilydalc. A. J. IHO)'KINS. I WA N TED STORE PIGS, any qua...

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