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MELBA'S CONCERT AT WARBURTON. A MEMORABLE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

MELBA'S CONCERT AT WARBURTON. At M\EMiOJRAJL M1 1 JCI "It gives me 111 e0 ler ]1!0cLstl [ Iif ,iiig to y ou 'i\ ubujtwi pe'oule tu titl[ before thIousallds iii tti" Tow Wllnbc to tile itit I~iii-iuti. i2catt iover- I -u tef. rgutiel noigeht. if t c 181tt1 ti tintiihi r. Andjit Il 1OS4O1t :elpLVLULd tie I' c'iu, i tot. knew w .tIii there0 Ois tilt the ttitloteuact ill ctie world biet~iica l istenting 'ui Lti" _1iJu-1 a to fige Ii lg i ti aii ut;i.tC. 'toil iii six-che and lii. ti-isi hie at iiii.tuic-t-i htitue and ntel)o - unde ito I U 0tititajiat 'Ihtiiojt I h, iio l tti(ljii bit tiy Ill of us as ii otlt,:ir u ourse--We tit-er .i-oparivt Ii 1.i+j~ 1,u lie oltert cst evert' uctiic oif eu-trv aumbuer, anLd to t'y t' reý.istcr a itstincg mcental inile-ci't of tihe ,oice that has cluta'med the \wa. hl. .ll thcsa exiecti'tict? \ec:e r a'i c.1 to the full---aud more. :'ct" while it was 3ielha's f:ame that deC\" I.he Ltacked aiudiettee, tandl her f luh lues m.ancipulation uf a woun'derful...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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CHOYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

CROYDON. ,\Afler tL.r'days' iou'-wes.ter we 'tr( ag.i:t e1xperi ncinlg spililg wea her. The till th pt, ities bad t post cone heoir couvcit last natu rd 1' cv oning forr lnot.itcr we.:k. whe., thie hope for good weather aud a butl:er house. Orchardists should ho on th, Uni vive int regneard to thel Cool bltorcage t'l now1 before p.irliuhwu. 'Through tle courtesy of tihe Jlou. J. P. Joucs, 11..C., a copy Iof the proposed ill ice bnca scut to Cr a)aly. andt if it becomes law. a co-ojpra.ive coIaecrl ilooutll suot be in c0p1rutou at Cr), - don. DoI)ubtless the presentb war will ll'c1t the frulit ullrket,. but, we all Itwoe that beollre the big fruit har vest is ready for sh]ipmenllt, the 'rouble will be over. The tunthly. meetilg uf the t'ro aress League was hel-l ,n \\'.Wdn .2s lav. Iti inst. it is intended to uUtitioh for tih h xtrat cle.leing train which was u n1 for a .hort tntuo Plt stuu?.er. 'J hat trait : not being s: ha dIuled. didt not have a fair trial; but we hope 1to see it...

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Warburton Mntnal Improvement and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

Warburton Mntnal Improvement and Debating Society. :Iihove _s() i t'. Etas hldex oRI t lie ii*' JnA uij~ I.iu~ -toI tevisit or .Xjaailmn' nigýht. 'lj iu rdi l u,)' husine2ss be 'l ieu C iLi'; (Lde'v . ( ilikir) re. 1 irLld Bttii u sing It teciui. il br 'iaed to adIjudicate oil the atitle ''a'd liv" the oteinhcrs Clie lmvi Si)u:. Lii t we re held. over umntil \tel nec'iumi. Air (ihter r; iirledw ', iL III; hail iriaiiiced witihI Mr IC ipti ii hthiver ltii linlter ii le'tinre. . Til suh eel hur the ovetijim'' it t (l(u.hL, h.: t as ,ii CrVIou tititt ho0 %\:,s totI aihio if.) (lh) jIIt i an to * lie subjn~t. .Mr J Owg ti r(!.6poU hi.r \vas y iLAt: at hiuuia 0'LIL heis art. anid Lau he had taiken the ipie aut LI t.' WyrilL lei; liii,. plLihdv ail .ulieh, hie lieid no dhllihuiihv ini *vhihi li i:IiiV sir:n *n- fous tta:rc aill btjri.hItt fsntwint. ~ir (;hiri a ca:c I Elie ;;ciicual debaite hr SListuig that, ticya WLi ~I- 1. itit ii favour of the~ tUIvA aieilit..l sL Ni U rurv sai 1 sae t...

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

LILYQALE CARRYING ' BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MIET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CHIARGES MODERATE. FURNITURE R: MOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. JOBBING WORK A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TEA ROOMS WISHES to convy his Thanks to timhe 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 NOVELTIES.. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of insiection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week und CHEAP. Wishing all Patrons the Compli -aents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK Wish* ": timate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing cn Business in MAIN ST., and ex--:, by courtesy and strict at ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 September 1914

THE AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY. President--Ier Excellency The Lady lelem 31unro Fergusan. Hlion. Treatsurer-lln .E. liller. Obj(ect io preparo durinug ?'cee? in . i order whlen war coumes to hLave . proprlyr trained woikers,- b .th mal? aud £female ; to, have largo stupplies of dl 0'rts of hospital stqgres 'pd equipment, and also money. hnestct every f (ilieid c.u:.i y i?a3 is lied Cross bu:iety. , I. is to only society recoguisedl by the mi litary authorities of all nations. 1e:l '.ross workers iar not munle d ted l" 'ither side in war time. Its mute "crs succour uid help l .Iill ick oud ,vuttded(, irresp::ctiv tf in ttionatity. iEn irmous st r ?e ar, held be oime -ocieties, ibut nt citoouigit for such a ear as the ir in \which we are It lpresetil eClg.'d. lied (Cross w,.rers l, not go iit,, he lighting line. ti ut te2ud to the ik itind \wontdelld uis they p.t:, 'rot 0 h1 tiel.t I ') the hospitals on he lin?es or at the base. 'l'ts no iiity .,u tt, ttabltish iand n:.i Itatilt it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

ITQF Coughs anid Colds, nuivr fiults. wga m ý'ppvrw~uL Curo, 11; HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN. Talk about it. Write about it. Buiy all you can in it. Remember that, by assisting tradespeople, you help the place dalong. P'urchase and assist your LOCAL PAPER, for by so doing you fur ther the best interests of the town. Treat strangers with the utmost couurtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away guood impres sions of it. Elect good, reliable men to all publio positions, not because they strain themselves for popularity, but on account of their stamina and trustworthiness. Keep the money in the place. Sell all you can and buy all you can at home. The men who have invested ,a stores, workshops, and other busi ness places are building up the town, and they should be encouraged-cs pecially THE PRINTER. For Childrctt's lHacking Cough at Night, Wuoods' Urealt 'Plpermiut fltue--le U , WIJAT ARE YOU DJOING ? \VIIAT ARE YOU DOINU 1 If your store is a. good sore, and your..goods are the right ...

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WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

SWONGA PARK. Concert, aud a-il Tilhe \\'ong6 Park Cricket C'hlub's concert and ball, Iielhi on 1 ridavy ev siinig lust, w.IS U. success. 'lihe va rious item(s at the concert. \\uro v.er good, and had to be responded to .many times, esp)ci ully l.hty J.a r.n s lates~t hit, "The Magic ])oll,' which caused great laughter. The prizes for copeltition aLmLnigst the plla.ye s for the past season were pr, sit.ed, the willnners being Alr lFred 'It upping for batting, and Mr E. Collyer for bowling. Mr Collyer gene:ously do .?dted his prii: to 3Mr 11. Burch, who had the next be.:t average. Mr FI BIurch, seli., presidetl at the concert, tud made a capital chair muan.

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YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

YARRA JUNCTION. A . .ep .rture A liarce and r p es n.at,:v: gati o ring assembled at tho railway sta tlion on Monday last to bid adieu to ?ir and Mrs Guy on their depar tture for Orbost, where Mr Guy has been appointed head master of the ]ligsh School. The members of the An li i an t Ire byte.i in c .ur h,, presented M1r Guy with i beautitul travelling rug and 'Mrs Guy with a handsome set of afternoon tea forks, as tokens of esteem. I)uing their stay in this district Mr and Mrs bLuy have always taken a kindly in terett, and in a very pratic.l wayy assisted, in all.puidJ luntt on-, and it was with feelings ot regret that tlhqir numerous friuends bade them a?ta'ved. Stillt al, ar -,ule:.s-d that .huir removal inia"s such gooA1 and w"ll meiited promotion, and the best of wishes follow them t, their new plier-e. Red Cross Fund Ball SA oiw \wtees ago Launching Place and l'owelltown joined with Yarra Junction in a bull in aid ot tihe ited Gross t zud, and the gate. isg was held in the bui...

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List of Matches.—First Round. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

List, of 3fatclies.-First Round. Oct. 10-17-Lilydale Rovers v. Cold stream; Woori Yallock v. Sevil o; Wandia v. Lilydale Oc. 21-31-Seville v. \'audin. Coldstrcam v. -Wouri Yal lock; liyd .1; v. Liydae hovers; Nov. 7-11-Lilydl . Ruvlr; v. Wan din; Woori Yallock v. Lily dale; Coldstream v. Seville Nov. 21.-Lee. 5-aevilio vo Llydaic Rovers ; Lilydale v. Cold stream; Wandin v. Woori Yallock Dec. 12-1J-Lilydale Rovers v. Woori Ya lock; Coldstrenam v. Wan diu; Seville v. Lilydale.

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association - The annual meeting of the Lily dale' and District Cricket Associa tion , as .held in the Seville IHall on Friday evening last, September 25. The following were present : Messrs W. A. E. Morris and LR. Cahill (Co!dstream), J. H. Wallace and H. .la.nksby (Wandin), Al. and Arthur Selbire (I ilydale Rlovers). F. VW. Duck and W. Rlead (,evilh), J. Read and Speers (WVoori Yallock), Bell and R.. Morlton (Lilyd:de.) Mfr Morris (Coldstream) was tl ected to the cair, and iMr 1orton (Lilydale) acted as secretary in place of Mr Read, who hais enlisled iwith tihe exp;editionary force. It was unanimously decided to hold the competition a;g i , ian'l in view of the patriotic, ellorts and great inteicet taken by 3Mada.me ilcl ba in this district. she is to be re quested to accept the p-sition ol President, of the Association. Letters aere received from the IHealesville and. ? litcham clubs, ae questing p)rmisi-mn to join the As sociation,. but the delega...

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

WARBURTON. l'rogress As o.iatlon 11istazaar The balance shoA.t is Lonuectioi : with the four days' blazaar showas thl fulluoing interesting iLeows'?-, On the receipts side welre: dota Lions 1.5 15s, entrirs wood chop L 15is, lirst days takings L33 Gs :d, second day 1,25 Us Id, third day 1.23, final day 1100 10s, art un ion 1.32 is, sale of goods LI Is Jd, On the side ol' osxpenditure were : Goods pueirclised for stalls 1,6L1- 5s Id, art union prizes L20 1is Gd, wood chops 1,12, pniuting and ad. vertising LIO 17s lid, rent of hall L6 Us 6d, freights and earting Ll. Os 5d, hire ol' games L2 .Is Gd,, stamps and pAtty cash L4, labor 1.5 `ts; t!tal receipts 1231 11s 4d, ,othd expenditure 112 1.s Gd, pro lit. lJO) IGs tod. The result, ia ve.y .a.ifi:t ry. co;isidlig t.hat the b)zatr O\tis ian ' eXtra,'a peoplet havitng to keepl in view the necos. sity of' keeping a "shot in the loc. kcr' for the elfforts whidch are usually made later in Ithoe ye ar to pay' off" swo -t" th. hi.,ali ns to w...

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IDEAS OF INVENTORS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

IDEAS OF INVENTORb. COMMONWEALTH P'ATENTS. Applications for Letters Patent as undermentioned, have been lodged recently with the Commissioner. Mes srs. G. G. Turri and Co., Patent At torney No. 1, of The Rialto, 499 Col lins Street, Melbourne, have prepared this report from official records. Handling of Grain in Bulk-Andrew E. Heath. Filling with Water Fruit Tree Spraying Apparatus Tanks-Edwin E. Trescowthick. Automatic Sash Holder Improvement -Hariett Bewicke. Milking Machlne Teat Cups-Claude H. Davis. Railway Lever Crossing Automatic Alarm Signal.-CGecil Gregory. Machine for Washing Domestic Croc kery-May Dove and Olive Dove. Device for Overcoming the Railway iireak of Gauge-Joseph Lolbb. Appliance for Lifting Loose Grain and other Produce-Harry Napper. Heating Device for Incubators-Ern est C. Franklin. Gate Operating Devices to Prevent Sagging-William H.. Bauert. Fastening Steel Bands around Bales or Bags by Improved Means-William K. Collins. Draft Attachments of Disc Ploughs -Ma...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

CROYDON. ------000 P'ictures,-Soeials, and .utFirtaii - ments.-Wednesdayv of this neck, a travelling pictuie show, T'huisday the Baptists are having their social, and on Saturday night the 1.0.11. cel ebrate their anniversary. TiheiratUal hers stand now at three score for the senior tent and two. score of juni.,is 'Thi di t it U~diperintend.n of junior tents will show P'aitue's mo ving pictures, and Mr A. Oats- and haarty, of Melbourne, will contributo the musical portion of tic program. Expenses arc bling kept down, and thie proceeds will be devoted to the Patt i tic 1' und. On the fo 1lwing a?tu d, y the Croydon Comedy Clui wil give a three-act Comedy en titled Cual;tuin acket, also it. aid of the lRed Cross Fund. The" ladies' comni.Lte ha. worked systmnatical ly and earnestly, and have sent some large parcels of g;anments to doverneict Ilouse.-Advt. Pitate lMackay and Goodwin have had brief leave, and are a-gain away oni duty. In church circles it is interestiig to note that a co...

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PLANNING A MURDER. A DRAMATIC CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

PLANNING A MURDER. A DRAMATIC CONFESSION. It is very seldom that a London Police Court listens to a cool and col lected confession of murder such - as that recited at West Ham by Evan Davies, 59, a stonemason, of Hey worth Road, Stratford, who is accused of killing his wife, Sarah Jane Davies, 5S, by shooting her. In this confession he declared that after the crime he went, armed with a revolver, in search of a man he al leged to have been his wife's lover, but failed to find him. On the mor n ing of the tragedy, accused said, his wife asked him if hio was going to work, and when he said, "No; my hands don't feel very well," eshe re plied, '"You are a faud. Gpt up 1 can't do anything while you are in the house." He continued: "I said nothing to her, but I thought it over and said to myself, '1'll make it right for you when I do get up.' That meant that I would do away with her and her lover. I stopped with her some half hour thinking how I could best. find the man Scmrvener, superin...

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Lilydale and Warburton Railway Construction Trust. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

Lilydale and Warburton Railway Construction Trust. ANNUAl MEETIlNG. The annual meeting of the above was held on \Vednesday last at Yarra Junction. l'resent-Coims. Wallace, ];urgi. Spters, Ewart, and Mlackley. Mr B. 1Mocy (secr,-L.try) was voted to the chair The Chair - mIni's allowance for the ensuing year was fixed at L20, on the mo tion of C('nis. Speers and l'urgi. Com. ]:wart said that t he had been Chiairmanii of the Trust for the past four years, and the-Wtiought the lhouor should- be plassed round. liHe tioved that Corn. W\allace be up - ponited Chairman for the ensuing 12 months. Coin. ,\'llace had al ways been a live. iiiemher of the irust, and lie thought thro was no one better litted for hlih" position. The motion was seconded uy,- Corn. Speers, supported by Comin. Burgi, and carried.-'Th'le new Chuirman ex pressed his thanks. The duties of the position lie said 1we.o not now so ieavy as when theme were lb meuibesr in attendance, some of whom w:ere opposed to tue Lauds Ae...

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BUTTER-MILK FOR CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

BUTTER-MILK FOR CALVES. "Noticing a reference to this que, tion," a correspondent writes, "and as we have had. some experience feeding butter milk will tell ypu how we use it. We have raised two good beifer calves on it, and the dairy maid who told us about it said she had raised fifteen, all on butter milk. We t;ork the calf away from the cow when it was three days old, and taught is to drink from a bucket. . Fed it on the whole milk fresh from the cow until it was twelve days old. We began to churn then, changed to fresh butter milk, using about the same amount as we d(lid of the sweet milk and putting in enough water to make it about as warm as fresh milk. If the calf lhas scours, as the first we raised did some times, we feed a handful of flour in a pint or two of water. "When the calf was a month old we gave it a little wheat, bran and maize meal in the bucket after feed ing; later gave some lucerne hay. Did not use much hay as both calves had good grazing. We fed the milk unti...

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Councillor Welcomed [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

Councillor Welcomed At the l.illydale council ine.t ing on Monday, the P'resident wel comed Cr T'Jun,. who took his seat for the first time after his recent election. lie said that the ni-domi and experience of this gentlemani would be a. gruneat acquisition to the council, lie had boa a councillor previously, and ii geunlem.n y man ner had imade thiem all his iriends. It gave him (the speaker) great plea sure to sue Cr 'Tlown amongst them once more, and hlie felt sure the new representative would work J hliarmo ,iou l \\ith .i; fe low coonti.1 r;, -Cr M'UliGhee referred to his long ac quaintance with Cr Town, and wel corned him as a personal friend. Cr Town in acknowledging the re marks, expressed his thanks for their welcome. lie had always found his fellow councillors easy to get/ on with. He hoped to be able to do his share of the work fallin" to the lot of a councillor, and that at the end of three years lie would deserve ionelection as ai reprueentati.e of the r?atepayers. Whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAG NIER'S Pure French Grape , ? BRAN DY Cognac LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALT. CLAS~SES OF STOCK INSURED. AGAINST DEATIP FROM ANY CAUSE. - FOALING RISKS., COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DIEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THIERE AF'TEIR. RATES LOWIEST C'1l lElNI'. CLAIMS P'IIOMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. APl''lY TO DALGETY ' CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. CATHEDRAL HOTEL SWANSTON STREET, and adjoin Ing Flinders-st. and Princes' Bridge Stations, MELBOURNE. Trams. Trains and Motor 'Buses-to all parts Every Accommodation; Lift, Night Porter. Moderate Tariff. Tel., 148 Can T. WHELAN, Proprietor....... . . . . . (Late of Donald). FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivaite and perfect yaur ideas Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however, sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

DEATH. TO\v'T.-On the 22nd Septembewr (suddenly), at privaLt" H~ospitl,kl .Melbourneu, \\ i himi Fidnly, the dcarly Ii: Lvel cddcst so' u o M:r. garet and thec lat.t' Witliams 'owt, of I~evou lark, Coldstreams, 'a~ecL 3J3 years.

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LUBRICATING AXLES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

SLUBRICATING AXLES. ()ii to axles is best governed by the i t1e of "little and often" (writes a ('z:iadian contemporary.) If too much Sused it exudes at the ends, gathers dust, and thus the lessening of the fr ction is not so great, while oil is leu.g wasted. In nearly every case where the lubricant is wasted' it is stuif nut lit to be itwed, for a go,,. luliricant costs enough to keep the ivrage ltan fromt allowing it to waste. t)il that "guins" much is unlit to be usedtl. Castor oil is a splendid lubri o or ixles, but used alone oly gu?nis too much. This is corrected by the addition of kerosene or lard. Somit waggont are yet made unprovided with metal shields or "thiitbles,'" being handed with steel; for those some tal low may be used, as it is one of the b:st lubricants when iron and wood are brought in contact. Pine-tar is a god addition to the lubricanti for wag guhn axles and is a part of most of the "axlo greases" sold. Plumbago is another good addition; its fine par ticles f...

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