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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIUNS. IIea.lcsville.-Evcry Thursday, at 10 as.m. Lilydalc.-- Evry Friday, at 9.30 a.m. Warburton.-- very Saturday, at 0.30 a.m. Clerk of Courts.-3Mr T. B. Wade. Police 1agistratcs.-IDr. I. R . Cole and M?hr 11. Mlorrison. DistricL Justices.--F. B. Lithgow, Coldstreaml It. II. llenty, BWonga Park t t -and Dr. A. E. Syine, Lilydale; J. Rouget, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; M. C. Bridcger, Croydon; C.. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; W. 'rivctt and W. JolliffItle, Ilcalesvilic; II. Eart, Hoddl6's Crocek; J. Lithllgow and E. A. Story, \\Warburton ; J. 11. Thomp son, i.A., Silvan; A. G. Buller, West Warburton; Jas. l1unter, I;ce nak; T. \\'. Simpson, \W. A. Wlhar ingLon; A. E. : T. Payne Lilydale; Jlichard .I. Kelly, Croydon; Dlavid Blair, l1azeldenc.
Infectious Diseases Hospital. MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE SUGGESTED. PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
Infectious Diseases Hospital. M31NICIPAL CONFERENCE SUG GESTED. PI'OPOSAL TO ESTABLISH HOS PJ'ITAL. At the meeting of Upper Yarna Shire Council held at itarra J unctioll oni Mon (dny, further c(.os:clerationl was given to tile anmount owing to tlhe Queen Vic toriLa AMlciorital Infectious Diseases Hos pital )by the coulncil. Thle mntter was dealt with in a .repior by tle 'secre tary (Mr.- I. Moreyv), which appears in anollther-colhmuu. Mr. MJorey'sI rc pa:rt on thle .subject was as follows: C'': Ewavt suggested that thle council ,lotdll offl rt a certuain sui por year, and haive tho right to senld as naiiny cns.s as o(CciIrred in tihe shire to tile hosp'ital" for treattilent. The matter Inuisi e I k, ' t;Ill) tand decided int sonute 'ay. He tl;ughlt tthat a cotnferetnce lhouhld b held between the neighbor ing suhires to fix . a nnualttt contrtibution which they slIhold offer. He movedu-! Stlhat elflet. The secretary shlpull. write. to t 'F shiires -cotncetn.d, maid ask tltetito -.uIb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
I \bauebei8n'i V'E2 YabletY !4.h Hcm Always BEEB Add a- MEIqERALS ' Little ,WINE - WATER O.T. is derived from Fruits and Herbs, which are the finest Natural Foods, hence it is a healthful and wholesome beverage. WVarinth, delicious flavour, beneficial properties, are its chief characteristics-those which separate O.T. fiom other non-alcoholic beverages. The more you drink O.T. the better you lke it. This is the general experience of most .] people. Its mellow " bite " may surprise, , X. ® because unique in a soft drink, but when " ' used to taking just the quantity your taste ', " j '?. and palate dictate, you then fully appreciate its gratifying taste and agreeable flavour. OT, Improves the palatability of all Dr;nks, in a remarkable manner. CERTIFIED BY THE HIGHEST HEALTH AUTHORITIES IN THE WORLD AS A PUR EV roe f1oFo nb ijcaltltl ritnilt ?.ntiraltn . ritisl las titat nprietu -ntro' l • ( utlnr Also by Pure Food Analysts in every State of the Conmmonwealth ITS GOODNESS 1S THEREFOR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. 'ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. S CIHARGES MODERATE. FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. IRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. JOBBING WORK. A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TE1 ROOIS WISHES to count y his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Assortment of SXNOV'ELTIES. NOVEI TIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONIFECTIONERY. CONFECT]ONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of ins·uction. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT ,re Good this week and CHEAP. W'ishing--all Patrons the Compli 'n?nts of the Season. BAKER & PASTRYCOOK aWisbh- . aintimate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing 'pu Business in MAIN ST., and 'ezyst:, bhy courtesy a...
KILSYTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
KILSYTH. (From our own Correspondent. TIe piast 11101111 has peen (.lie of lit slei et ;;lelt d.r.! s10 nC th:anks. On llnc2a1rllin~g dUnllolItstlatioflw ¶s "ivii 1n . l. . Jr" I"l (.5ecolt. lri llnlcp l of tluc -r:l Il of Ill rtill ·lt l at l1'ui lu ii, [u a lII·_,l" t! i L riu, ill the g arr - deii of'l s IorS ('aw iijllil I;re0 :1 Il ;: ·'.:''l siu j1: ;, 1tt1 I d 11 41 11 ,trol t f dcl 1 iiiscr tioo I iiijlt 1 t:"rncntl le r iý";t . I:rm alitle\- by th io' ci' lit ll ` il [lii C'amlri i N. llt l;i 11 o 1 Itr :Ii: \ iils of the ril cu -it onraa lleprinielt. 0 the cii is11 of 'ti, pot :to. The lecturer deltil itull \v~jLt ;Ii Oratt1.10 ilt 011nuect ni tilil Ii) 1111 Iu t fro the sl~cttiii 1f tiii. i see to Ilth e d Shit anit mr hut. ir1dj ii.-f. w11 . isp~ledid taper liti alt Iii t, lIeetill," he -l H. I (i(11.1111ui in Itt liuject if nuiiiet - a ii~tniii dItilil 'i 1r OIfdICli sho-1 wed1 tie t!; (V;Y. ill w5111ich I dealt with1 the 0Illjited ill a111 its pliaess
BRITAIN'S HONOR. STIRRING SPEECH BY STATE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
IIL'TAlIN'S IlONOl,. ST111IING SPEECJI 13Y STA'TE GOVERINOR. .-x In the course of nl address to a prorw;ded auidience att tIhe Town Jla]l 'lelboourie, on Tuesdqy night, St-he State GovernoFr (Sir Arthur Stan Icy said:- I do not. wish to use harsh words towairds any Intion il tih1c prld, but when I rcmt'mnber that, the CGermaun nation hlas as its toast in its mlili tary and naval messes, :'"To thie Day,' tlhen I feel strongly ipuon thlc Bub jcct,. What does To thle Da.y mcan? it is to tile day wlean ,we Iccl our sclvcs strong enough not. to be at tacked, but strong enough to at tack others. T3'e ierman nation dfcls itself strong enough to attack oth-' irs. They tlhink thlat the day has ,'o0, come. ,We trust that the day liha not como wlicl a. military des potismu-(CLhecrs)-can crush the free nations of Europe. (Continued cheer ing). L',or, 'watever, failings there may lie ii theo ritislh. empire and in ith lrench nuation, their very ox islcneocis based on liberty. (Cheers) I\Ve are n...
MONTROSE HALL. COUNCIL PROMISES ASSISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
SAONTROSE HALL,. oOo---- CO UNCJ1, PROMISES ASSISTANCEi. A deputation from Montrose wa'ie tC oi the ],nyd:le 'hile Councd it ... mee't' n oni 5ondav to task lo" t: c.un il s. i t-ti :e il (,rec ing n harll. a.; .1lCtroi e,, lesrs. M1oscley and Buch nor acted cis spokesmenrell for the depu ,:t:-nr. MIt. Mo:-.eley said iIht the site for- the proposed hall was bete,. the i.tor:e and the Cihurch of Christ. iH hirand could be obtained for £36, and they estimated hlint the lhall woulr. (:.st £j100 to erect. It was pr:lpos'di to remove tie exi?ting I.brary at .lrln troe to hie hal' Ihen erected. 'They had secured 17 guarlantrls, aind expect ed to ol,t;in at least. 20. The'y in tc:rled to piily to the Gotvernmrent for r SgSan, for a. free library. At Ipresi, t. wan rt of a chall was badly felt 1 niiitrte, the re-idents having to go tio Cr.:ydon whnr 'tIhey wanted to hold any.. i -trrtiinment. Tlhey had the am ountll f C~2 .grllrteed. Cr. McAlpline, echo had taken the lhair, inl the temporar...
UPPER YARRA SHIRE CUONCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
UPPER YARRA SHIRE CUONCIL. - 00-- --- MO1NTHLY MEETING. 'IThe ortldinlry" iontlhly meeting of thx Upper Yarrn Shire Guoncil waas hlchi at the Shire Hall, Yr~ra .Junction, on Monday lust. Present: Crs. Lithgow (President),. Blair, 31'Owanm, 'lackley, Speers, M'llroy. Ewart and Kerel:evol. On the motion of Cr alckley, ex-Cr itulle wa aceconmmodated with a seat at the council table. (OR EShPON DlEN (c F'romn Comnonwealh Baunk, glivn iu formnition re linuts to unicil ipali ics.- Received. lRailwty Conin is-icnlCr-., sulgge ting that the name of the WVooi Yanl!ock railwaty st.atlon be changed to Woori, and asking if cuncItcl hlas any objec-. tion.-Decided that the letter he re ferred to the Progress As?ociiaton and that they ho recquested( to call a pIth lic meeting to discoiS the matter with in 1.1H days. • Uountr, IRouds Board, inf'ormjng; Council 'i Ilailhay Commisloners dte eision to carry metal for road board work at rieduci d rates.--leceivcd. Firom Cuting Smith and Co., Pty. Ltd:;...
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
CHIEURCII SERIVYICES --- -- -- Iluhina (d CtlhIolic--i4 Sunda)- in (it hoitui~t I-:Mas~ a U Li h do l, :1 I.t (Iha.ah II: 2nul Sunhda, V. ii ma yud 9,Li lydahe 11; 3rd Sunday, ~\Iitaijamnt 9, I.iivdale i11; 4t111hnl L.t. Cin '. dull, 9 Lilydale 11, ('IIhrcih of E 4 liand- LiilmI lc 11 & 7 pt.m. ;Veining 3 1 nt .Metln"Ims.L (luiric It --l'. i uic. 11 and 7 ; hininindini. 3,tintb 7 ; ' Svile.. II (imuverc' 3i Evelyn mm ..\rinm'. ' 2.11. I'VinauIvycrlin Churlch- lI I'.dao 11 andi 7. (roy'domm '; 1ibgma '. nod i p.m. b~aptist Chairch-I I. binkal 1b and 7; limmnmie 11ill 7.31 inrxmmn 7. ('hunihiinebi Chrlnistd- I. rnvdoin 11 mind. 7 11.111. Salvamtionn Arinun 1 ihydae 11 aminii.'; Yarra. Junnnctio 3 p inn.
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD CONFERENCE WITH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
,COUNTRY ROADS BOARD --0 CONVIEI'ENCE WITH' COUNCIL. Mr. Edgar, Cairman of the Coun rv th:ul, :lHoard. attended tile meeiting uf the li ldlie Sh ire Council on 10ll da y to confer uith the cuuiicillor,5s on cuV rI wovrks wlidin tlhe shire. With regard to the road froum Iting vo d to ,:lyddale. taken over iy th e, i e;rd. Mr. Edgar explained that tl loped had1 by iistaie gazetted '.he St road to the east, instead of tilt direct Iioad which they had inteltded to ,ake over. WVhent approached by thi cu:.ncil to repair a bridge on the dir ct road, the Ho:rd had found out the mistaI'. The 1Board then decidet t, tallke over the direct road ol ctondtl ion th, they were allowed to uake n lovi t'.cn , po:osite ir. W\ildan' s pro perty. T'i, deviamon will muke as ?,od a gratlie ais cl the other road. Sihe Board \oul)d take steps to have t;he o;d gzettcd at onllC, so as to lrpair the irilge :nud patchliup sonli', . the vlon-t spots icll the rio.s1l, He under stod the conutil Wild sold to Mr. Wi...
BRIGHTON RIFLES CALLED [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914
BRIGHTON RIFLES CALLED &nbsp; The first, of the infantry regiments to be called in the States is the 46th lnfantry. The head quarters is sit- uated at Elsternwick, and orders have been receied by the command ing officer, Colonel R. M. McVean that his battalion was to mobolise by noon on 'Thursday at the drill hall at Rippon Lae. The localities of the companies of the regiments are as follow:—A.—Brighton, Sand- &nbsp; ringhalm. B.—Elsternwick, Balaclava C.—Auburn, Camberwell, Surrey Hill Canterbury, Box Hill, Ringwood. D.—Malvern, Caulfield, Bentleigh. E.—Mentone, Oakleigh, Korumbarra Leongatha, Wonthaggi. F.—Warra- gul, Dandenong, Trafalgar, Drouin Sale, Bairnsdale, Traralgon.
YARRA GLEN V LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914
YARRA GLEN V LILYDALE )' Tlhere was a lair attonanrce at Ct oldstream, where Yarrna ilen and Lilydale met. With their crack pla ver and skipper,x "'Towacrs' 1'oyner, on the injured list, and Ed?wards, line ruck man, away, the 'Daile were considerably weakened, while the Glen -had a fairly representative ,eighlteen. Bad feeling was snown on ani off the field, nEand it is to be regrctted a more friendly feeling does not prevail. It, was anything , u J)t s 1)portsmanlikC for Yarra Gleon to object to Lilydale playing.Joe King, wh lihas been away for sonie weeks, after starting with the club at the first of the season. The barrackers, beth sides, gave an exhibitionV of "unc-eycdness" seldom seen, and the lalguage, anld carrying on of someI Vof them was disgraceful. lhad a police:ma n been present the umpire would" certainly have been justified iil giving in charge a couple of individuals whlo directed vile cpi-i thets at the limfortuiate controller of the game. The mnatch was won ib Yiri...
FOOTBALL. YARRA VALLEY COMPETITION. MILLGROVE v HEALESVILLE. A DECISIVE VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914
FOOTBALL. X YARhIA VALLEY COMP ?I'~TION. - z---- 3"ILLGILO\VE v 1EAL'ESVIbLLE, A DECIbl\E VICTORY. VYarnL Junction ground was thu scene of. the metling of the Hea lesville and liilhgrove teauls in thcir simrc-linal game oin Saturday, 'f'Th ground was very wet and slippery, but, there was a fair attendance of .spectators. The game was a very disappointing one, force ,rather than science, being the outstanding fea tolure. lMillgrovc, after an even lirst half, took complete charge, and run .ning llealesville to a standstill, won handsomely. " The Teams Hlulalesville-lieid, hleritage, Pol, ter, Duddy, la.whinncy, ,auinders, iBrietherton,. I'riggs, Egelstone, Wa\t Sdin, Ilarris, Hlllden, Johnson, Ilul ter, Mays, Ockwell, Itarris, Pe'ttit. i1illgrove-Cluning, la.llilday, Cook, Ntow- a, Sanderson, Jones, l Denehy (2), Price, Fraser,. "Adams, Scott, Sutherland, liarriot, Ellis, Cluning, Crosbic, Walker, Central Umpire, Cheosley. The Play. ' iillgrove 'were the first to nt tack. Sandersoni p...
ABNORMAL SENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914
ABNORMAL SENSES. Memory; which is perhaps the most primitive of the intellectual facultics, is often possessed to an extraordinary degrce by persons who are otherwise mentally!deficietit.. At Earlswood Asy hlu there are not only records qf hil beciles who could repeat accurately a page or more of any book which they had read years before, even though it was a book they did not undlerstand in the least, but a record of an in. sane person who could repeat back ward what lie had just read. Another curious case is that of an imbecile who never failed to go to church, and on reaching holme could repeat the sermon woril by word, say ing, "Here the minister coughed; here he stollpped to blow his nose," and so on. In another case an imbecile knew the Bible so tlhoroughly that if one asked Il ll vwhlere such and such a verse was to bie found lie could tell without hesitation and repeat tie chaplter. All these incidlents'are well auuthen' tlcated, and others equally amazing and true coul be a...
BOYS ON THE THRONE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914
BOYS ON THE THRONE. In the event of a King dying, and no heir of full age being left to succeed to tile Throne, the laws of England lprovide that a Regent-or Protector -be appointed till the minor has at tained the age of eighteen. There are several instances of Regencies in our history. The Earl of Pembroke assumed the Regency of Henry Ill., who was only Dine years old. A guardian and councils of Regency were named for Edward 111. by the Parliament which deposed his father, the young King being then fifteen, and not assuming the reins of government till three years after. When Richard II. succeeded, at the age of eleven years, tile Duke of Lan castor took upon him tile management of thle kingdom till the Parliament met, which allppointed a nominal coun cil to assist him. Henry -V., on'his death-bed, named a Regent and a guardian for his in fant son, HIenry VI., then nine months old; but the Parliament altered his disposition, and appointed a Protector and council, with a special li...
CENTENARIANS AND POVERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914
CENTENARIANS AND. POVERTY. The majority of centenarians have seen poor people who have led a very simple life. A few rich men, as Sir Mloses*Monteliore,. who livedg to be one hundred and one, have reached extreme age, but they ,ire exceptional. Wealth does not tend to promote long evity. Poverty carries with It sobrie ty, especially in old men, and it has been shown that sobriety tends to prolong life, and that most centenar lans have been men of very sober habits. A number of centenarians are known lnleeal to have been drunk ards, as the surgeon Politman, who died on'ejiundred and ten years old In 1795, and who "was in the habit of getting drunk every night after spend Ing the day performing difficult sur gical operations." Another example is the Irishman Brown, whq lived one hundred and twenty years and who had the inscription placed on his tombstone that "he was always drunk, and while in this state looked so ter rible that even death was afraid of him." From this it is seen that...
FARMYARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914
FARMYARD MANURE. It is almost heresy in the eyes of any farmer to indicate that farmyard ma nuro, properly made, has any imperfec tion of any kind, except the cost of getting it out long distances, and the difficulty of securing the necessary la bor; but, such, however, is the case, and the best of farmyard manure must plead guilty to being balanced badly in regard to its plant food; but while is has such. a beneficial effect on the physical condition of the ground, and supplies a certain amount of humus, which loosens the soil, and makes it more retentive of water, and by moans of its decomposition adds heat and increases the heat-absorbing powers of the land, as a 'carrier of plant food it is not specially valuable. A ton of it contains only 91b to 151b of nitrogen, 41b so 91b of phosphate, and 91b to 151b of potash. It does not contain a sufficiency of the mineral constituents to balance its organic ni trogenous con onts. Most of it is saved in the open in this State, the product...
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUM,. HOW SOME SEUUtIED SUCOESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experument. The world is eager for something now, which, ho.wever sim ple it may be, will save labor or ex pense, or do things bet.er Let it be more convenient, or promote p.easure reduce waste. People who handle things in every day use are the latural inventors of better things, and 'he natural capital ists of to-morrow. Road the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in thu chief countries,---then scure your :own legal monopoly oer your rights by becoming a patentoo. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever inv ntion, put hint on the track famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Towsend, an editor1 says of the !'Inventors' Guide": "I am recom. mending it strongly to friends. Bes of the kind I have seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive to about patents by telling him where he can obtain the "Invenors' Guide." 3. Fo...