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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX. STOP. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

-THE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX. STOP. There was a long train of carriages blocking tile way, ior the English are a mds.s-loving people, tand thour fav orite prtna donna never tailed to fill the house. Tho opera had already be gun when Mrs. Duval and the Mtar qdia of Belgrave arrived at Covent l arden. Ida, wrapped in a long white cloak trimmed witn nmarabout, looked line a swan as she sailed through the crowd into the lobby. A .solitary diamond star ghlittered amongst her sott brown acurls, and she carried her head like a queen. Many eyes followed her graceful figure with admiration, some with a taint recognition, wondering where they had seen it before; otouers with frank delight, as at toe first sight or a tihing of beauty. No delight, but grave disapprobation, mixed with a slight surprise, in one pair of dark eyes, as Captain Berestord stepped in front of her. "Mrs. Duval l" "Yes," with a slight blush whtch seemed to herself -quite unreasonable. "Lord Belgrave is with me, and...

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

1 .. 1", .. ATIERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, A GREBTING To Our Custow rti and Friends W..,ir -herst e~ot~ay7' ýW e~wte. like the coutntry bhe ;peoJle:-:We lik'e Our BI-si. - nese, and strive to iucreate it .by all. honouriale meanue. THE BEST GOODS00 and 'JHE LOWh PROICS are what count One Order Will Convince Yo,. First-class Vaunt In DRAPER Y OLOTHING S BOOTS t& ,UHOF IRAtbl MONERY " "CROCKER)Y GRO0Ell1' Orders Delvred all over the D-- D .irct' Don't furget itw AddcI" ** E. .. ATHERTON YARRA GiIN AIIENT FOR The :National Oattle Food of all. kinds. London and Lancaubire Fire Imnor Sance Co. Age, Argue, Lilydale Expreas and all weekly papers, CAN SUPPLY -ANYTHING. ... l;l',. yOURt. NEW\ 1'At'1E1t. The gtreat lt aid you can give Sour ncwsp;pcr s your "JO 1 P' l L' INU. If iyou du ot, lccil able to rt,? adve.ti aulsemcnt,," .ouu.,.cai:_ giv rsiy yodiu~tiCW,: iit º o eio.ý; t *gs' I:; -hi.t v1 ,,sýi~ivlopes, u;1d ull"busi i"\iji iiriil'g to ex.cutc. .le. ?n'ews ipaper mat...

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

SOCKS. Two plain, purl two, it's little else a woman can do, But bear sons, and watch them grow, Till marching out of her life they go. Knit fioe, purl one, I doubt if over a mother's son In war's cause hacked and cleft, Knows half the hurt of the woman that's left. Slip one, purl eight, There's nothing left but to hope and wait, And the seven tasks of Hercules Would count as little compared with these. Turn, slip, then the heel, Out of sorrow comes haply weal, But fair times are far away, And there's many weep for their men to-day. Cast off, the thing's done [ Many a husband and many a son Find death in hapless war, Nor over know what they fought it for. Two plain, purl two, ft's little else a woman can do, But bear sons, and watch them grow Till marching out of her life they go. -Nina Mfurdoell, in the Sydney Sun.

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (13By "Anbrosine.") It is a very good test ui sUecen? ill dresaing to review one's clothes as thiey3 'at hang together. Strip them of their nice white, or thnts, bags, look at them as btheoy hang shoulder to shoulder, and judge whether the effect bu harmonious. If the dresses ap pear to sulk or to look annoyed, irri tated, and even angry at the mere presence of each other, then there is sonmething wrong. This happens wicu there is any attempt'at mixing the classes. All dresses, no matter how simple or how grand, should be of the same class; then the woman who wears them presents a perfectly even, harmonious appearance to the world. A morning tailor-made should speak the same jargon as a "dress" tailor made; a simple dinner frock should be on intimate . terms with .the finest court gown ever mado when they have to live in the same wardrobe, But a simple morning tailor-made will feel dreadfully out of place if it is sudden ly asked to gossip with an afternoon frock ...

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

IF YOU REQUIRE M IL K That is PURE and FR'SH Fut chase from R. HILL, JUN. THE ADDRESS in - NEi V'ON ROAD LbLYi)ALE ,,nil " - 1 DE.LIVER D.AxLY Stud Notices. 1..1 HORSE OWNERS Can secure thc widest publicity for their Stud Notices by Advertising in this Journal, which has the Guaranteed largest circulation in the Lilydale and Upper Yarra Shires. --- NEATLY, CI1EA'LY AND EXPII)ITIOUSL.Y * 1'RINTED at the EXPRESS IIiNT S EIRY, CASTELLA St., LILYDALE. 11THE LYDESDtALE STALLI ON PREMIER M'NABB Will Stand finis ,ous?s n at. "TIIALEI'." YA.IRA GLiEN, And travel tile Sinrounlsing )i.-t.i'.ts See Cards for fshull Pe:i -roc: . . LT'I31--I U lin.. .s h..l on -er vice, iand balanche wil'hn sar. Iro,'s in. foal. C. i. \V11'1'TE. . arra U les. To Stoird this Season at Lilydale. *-T.iE CLYDESDALE S'AIUN LOCKNAW HERO (Imported from New Zealand, G. J. Iourke's) LOCKNA\\ IIElRO, by Locknaw (im ported, and entered in Vol. V1, of bcotch C. b. ).). who won second prize at Stranraer i n 1885, in a class ...

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

Public Notices. Dancing and Physical Culture Classes. UROYDON MECHANICS' INSTI - TUTE,. Children, from-4 to- 6 p.m. Six pence per lesson . Adults--Dancing Class 7.45 to U.45 p.m. 12s 6d per term of 12 lcssons. Teim's : `I d advance. MISS LAWRENCE and MISS KIRK will open classcs'as above G-EO' S 1VITTIS SPE CIAL SEE DS Giant Asters, Stocks, Planics and all Flower and Vegetable Seeds. My hardy cold climate fruit trees Rose plants, Shrubs. etc., grow vig orously when transplanted to milder districts. SMITIH'S SEEDS AND PLANTS are SOLD on HONOII. TRY THEM. Cash Orders delivered Freight Paid to any Railway Station. Calalog. ues free on application. GEO. SMITH, SEEID & PLANT MERCHANT, BALLARAT. Est.1864 Nurse Freeman's Private Hospital BELLE VUE STREET', LILYDALE. Specially Equipped Wards for MIDWIFERY, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CASES Midwifery Cases under the Special Supervision of Nurse Freeman. No Infectious- Diseases Taken.. TJIMS MODERATE, ON AIT'Ll,. OATION, ...... " 1 The Englis...

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

MELBOURNE LETTER. There could not well have been a much more complete combination of ciioumnstances against the Royal Agri cultural Society a show than that which has beset the function this year. Drought, war, fire, and storm have united to mar its success. It lhas not seemed much like show week. The crowds from rural distrrcts have been small, compared to those of the fat years that we look back upon with a sigh. Of course, the drought is responsible for that. Tile war is not affecting the country as it is the city, where so much employment de pends upon unfettered oversea trade. It is the gaunt, arid sceptre, which is the curse of this otherwise favored, land, that has barred the way to the annual pilgrimage to the show grounds at Flemington, which is one of the chief events of the year for so many of those on the land. Oity business people who rely upon the big influx of good spenders that is customary at this season to swell the returns, are consequently lamenting. But what is ...

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

IAccoui:(4. The followingii 'tL e' ^.l orpaytneakt :-O eioiaL Thi 400 i s 8d, Loan. No. 8 L29 3s, Loan \Co. 10 L1-33 lLs 5d, Loan No. 11

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

J ESLY JCIFr. .p'ractical Boot and Shoe Maker YARR A JUNCTION. Repairs exccutlcd with neat ness and. despatch. All work done oni pricm iscs at lowest prices compatible with good material and worklmainshlip. WUDIIC METAL CEILINQS Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends -fr them throughout the Commonwealth. S They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor ative charm, and inexpensive, can be washed down and do n(ot collect dust and verinin. Catalogs and ':simgns free 'Jt be UEL LICH PATENT CEILING & 20CFING Cc. L td 123 Cueen rtr-rr, A'erlIs E. r ootoids For Constipation, -.: Biliousness, Bad Breath, SHeadache, Indigestion. , A Delightful Family Medicine I ILYDALE BUTCHERING C , .- i c : , .:.., . . , + + . . . ,- : ._ ..iWi1t ALL ANt R.TAIL 14u'rcIdS, MA IN SREFT Li .A nuimest kelf elitoan, Gorised llif ['oi Kb a ni Tonr@,i alas obai - . + able .at 1%] d~i 9.cl. ` S:??t?u 11donIt ` co:t£.??igtL , .t It . t.. h +,?..+-, di ...

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Rate Collector's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

?hat'e C ollecor's 'JeporE The ritae collector, Mr G. A. PallT, reported that the following rates wad been received :--General rate h203 Os 5d, arrears L10 8s Sd, in crest, 17 Is Id. exchange on chcq tes 2s Gd S.\V. Riding-Current 158 10s 4d, arrears 1.5 19s 9d, ntcrest 1.5 6s 2d. exchanige 2s Gd, otal J31169 18s Od; N.W. Riding C'urrenlt 18 2s Od. arrears 8s 11d, :.nterest, ts 5d, total 1. 18s I ; 1'ast, Riding-Current 1.36 7s 1d, crrears ,I. interest 1 8s ld, t. " .l Il 15s 10 ; Extra. r-at: ir ears L" 1s 2d, interest 4s Gd, t1 a L2 5s 7d; Sepaxrate: current '. 18s 10'd, arrears L1 8s 3-d, interest, Is 5d, total L1; 18s 7d. mutprovemeut Ipan rates 2s Gd; Pan fees : Li ydale 110 Is. It inigwooud r4 1 s 2d, Croydon Its 2(d. t4tl '.15 6s 4d; il)og rtegistratioa : North ('est Riding LI 5s, South West 'tiding is, total LI 10s.

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

JEU(c: MI. \I DAY, 1~ PASTOR RUSSELL. I mit trc, Iiclitur I: 'liec~ct Iut. (~11 it illYl. *I.\I(I ii~ (ACt8 Xj. i. 31J. oiý hi ASTOý RUSSalL lie~ 5411(1: I1.I Miiii to yi our city I-visiied Athes *shiort uddr, miy mind wist( tudii the * jiisoiou therei , it i1: i1itri' ii inpbablii thiat I niode aniy. Indiiedn vii ii ..-diy li,''iiL wcell be deoiribed ini we I;no:g ii i iigii. teen -clitoric ao, as whill -itchl uj to idlalutry. afuiiiiitt-i 3 et in -inothici 'icso it io v-iy fahnuoiiibic. There Ii still ioicirt 00'- :.ii ot- iiiii throuigiiuit tilc itiise i iii .d. bitt in a different fl to j!11 i tii uti ,I ..',1 No iii.-Lhti do we iiow ciii ii wuodii iiiiiU"i, buit lii fore ni.;,dii nle; Ox ~ iiilý.. iu i ut l iii dol, ifoiii 1w , il lp ii l Vl,ý-+; t Wiei ii s wealth-iiii a,.ni andtl Ii oileasiuie; and- wli uiti iiiiii " it i.ilc"i door resent alw oidc ill' ~t -liii ( mucid a rti ti s lip gi iii (I(i to nt +m iii , ii tiii Lanl dis r enthe lintrui .o d lucin 11,i oiiduu bicit' an...

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Ranger's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

Raig rs Ri p rt. ':51 I anke'.. \Vr W. T. L.ill, re ported that :since list meeting he had impounded 18 hemdq of stock, mitl, .15 :bad I ad bie. m elea.ed. Thime P'resident moved that a let ter if Condolence and symnipathy b( sent, to Cr Rouget., who had recently Suffered a Ieereavenment in the death of his father, who haind been an old andhm ighly res;ecte.i resident of t:e the distri' t. and the council wished to extend their sympathy to the bereaved family.-'he motion was carried. Cr 1'Alpin moved thiat a letter of condolence be sent to Mrs Evans, in the loss of her husband, the Hion. W. J. Evians.-Caried. Or IBurgi moved that it be left for the East?ri-iding councillors to say what pirtion of road making be g : Oeon with.- Carmied. -Cr M'Alpini,'moved and Cr Blair seconded that` teuders be called for the hliorse v-otk for the road ma - ,liiine'Tr ith& East Riding.-Carried. Or \1'Glhee nmoved that t2nders be callec for. horse work ia North Western riding.-Carried. Cr -Bla...

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Health Officer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

S Health Oflicers ,Report. the 1lealthli officer N.W. Rliding ("'mb;'dle JrBray) ,pm?i ed thiat. bhe ad iii:pected the p:ewises ?eou 'tipifli by the .a.les family at' 'ingmwoud ,whbeme an outbrea?k of i[htheria had occurred rere:tly. 'lie house had b( e. diseinfected a ith ulpi.u , i ni va novw 'a: n'. l'ound-k epeer' Report. The l'ouad-kecper. .tMr F. Beuyan, eporLed a. follows :-'Pound fees re iv(ed 16 11s 9td. pound sales 4s kL paid to trea?smurer L6 16s 3d; num m-r of cattle in pound(t last report ji impounded s'uce 24. relea ed 23, old 2, now in po'nd 1.

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TAKE TIME TO REPAIR FARM MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

TAKE TIME TO REPAIR FARM MACHINERY. Thie rainy day affords at good oppor tuniLy for ma.k:ng repairs of farm nua chinory. If a man 1tis no blacksmith toWls of his own, he can got everything ready that needs to go to the shop. In a half day the blacksmith will have everything in good shapo for him at a nominal cost. There are many far m1ers who do not put their machinery away in the autumn until they have seen that all necessary repairs are made to put them in good running shape for the next year. This is no doubt a good plan. There will be no need for the farmer to change his mind with anlly responsibility along this line when he is rushed in thme spring or the year. I amn convinced that it does noit pay to work wila machinery that is not in good roetr. A stitch in tiace saves nine may be an old adage, but it is a good one. The fellow who worries along with a broken larin inm pleniemt may be surprised some day when the whole thing goes to pieces like "the wonderful one hass shay." W....

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Engineer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

Engineer'& Report. The '1.1re 'i"gignieer "(Mr hImmil torn liichliir) re ?oited das follows : l Athitiiadtii fai i:-'li-e lightiug of the body 'of this h;ill has beenl gei tly itlpruved by Otire new lamps t ltka theriiu 'ilie 1;ghtihg ut t b Lt |xir ult thl lihall 'tehiuu the ,,f'.en-inU is sti.1 utisatisfactory. tt ' tx i(ucunded that, two .mall lamps simili- to tihose ii the body u the bilL '"be plitced tro.. --Tie lamips i'eruiied were ordered to be erdetLd. torl ioid.-- lie inspseted tile Surik done by J. leidv under his outract, ur' grubbing [ n'il formingi v ihaitis of this road. JThl Sor', lone iconsists of ubouut six chius f .louguing only. 1h1 anouunt it Lepou:it lodged is 1' Ibs. --\loved by Cr.s M'.1lpiti and Blair that no allowance be made cmid de posit be forfeited. btoune Crusher.-T''he Traralgoa council desired to know whether ids councit would hire the crusher, titd if so at what price. Cuutrai.ct-..-All 1nie co?tractt for iaiitcnUiance metal 1are 1 ow co\ii ...

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Treasurer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

.Treasurer's Report. The treasuvrer reported that rates ta been receivel atuouiltug to .a36, including rates current. L1,*3 is id, arrears ot_ rates 110 8s 8d, mprov'emlnt rates 2s 'Ud, separate :ate LG 7s 2d, interest on tates ,d Is lid, pan fees Lilydale LIU s do. Rinigwood I lIs 2d, do. Jroydon Lis 2d, dog fees 1 CIs, Jound fees L6 ls -id, hire of huall ci, library subseriptions Us, ties iass fees 2s Ud, bUovt..grafit L120 s 10d, extra rate L2 Is 2d, hire ot •oad utachiuc L'2, police court, tius Us ?d, pan service L?, joint vorks 1I31 1.,l, ,:poued sales s lid, contractors' deposits L112 Ilts, salis s, rouents 2s, surplus roads U? ls2 ate certificate ,- exchŽ ague on cheques 28 id. Baik Account-To balance ia uank last report L157 2s 5d, uaid into banK Li3U Us 6td, unpre seuted cheques 1t100 4s 3d, balance Sie .bauK thit report Li"2 is ld, total L1255 18s Ld. By unpresest 'at cheques laust, report s.to ls tlJ, heques drawn b1156 3s ld, cx haoge on cheques ?s ld, total .'2eo 18s 2d...

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FEEDING YOUNG CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

FEEDING. YOUNG CALVES. The greatest mistake made with young calves, that is, calves from the timeho they aro born until they are two or three months old, is overfeeding. It one feeds whole milk there is no dan ger. Nature has made whole milk so that the calf can take all of it that you can coax it to take without in jurious effects. But when you un balance the ration by taking the fat out of the milk, and then try to malno up by feeding a larger quantity of skim iudk, serious results may follow. When calves begin to scour after they have been started on skim-milk, it is al most absolutely sure that you are over-ieeding. Cut down the milk. it is barely possible, of course, that you are feeding the milk cold. This otughlt not to be. The young call ought to have the skim-milk direct from tihe separator, or if the milk goes to the creamery and comes back cold, then it should be warmed up. There is no better stay to do this than to have a little agricultural steam boiler and turn the hos...

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HEIR TO AUSTRIAN THRONE. ARCHDUKE CHARLES POPULAR WITH PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

HEIR TO AUSTRIAN THRONE. ARCHDUKE CHARLES POPULAR WITH PEOPLE. The Archduke Charles Francis Jo seph, the new heir-presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife, the Archduchess Zita, both speak English fluently (wriges a correspond ent from Vienna). The young couple are modern, lively, amiable and per fectly natural young people. The archduchess, who is twenty-two, has rather more dignity than the arch duke, twenty-seven, who is all good fellowship, but this way of hers is the way of young mothers, proud of their olfspring. After a year's marriage she brought into the world a sturdy lit tle boy, another heir to the throne of Hapsburg, who was two years old in Nove??e . .sne followed her moth or's advice, and nursed the babe her self. This spring a daughter was born, to whom the archduchess is a devoted mother who gives up a great deal of n1-suuri to apend her time in the nursery. ,ARCHDUCHESS LIVED MODESTLY Since her' marriage the archduchess has lived in much more modest...

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

BESIEGED. (By an Ex-War Correspondent) The siege of Ladysmith was a small affair compared with, say, the siege of Liege or the siege of historic Mons. We, who were .shut up in the Natal town witnessed no torrible carnage, no capturing and recapturing of the place. No streets there were ever blacked with the dead. Yet every one within the encircling light of Bri tish troops thought the siege real enough, and sufficiently supplied with stirring adventures and hair-breadth escapes. It was much the same at Kimberley and at Mafeking, as at Ladysmith. There were no forts at any of the besieged towns in South Africa. The British big guns alone, in a sense, provided the necessary protection. It was these big guns and their shrapnel that kejlt the enemy at a respectful distance. Very seldom at Ladysmith did the Boers advance beyond their lines of investment. - They knew that within those lines, their fate would be to encounter not only field artillery and quickfirers, but also the dreaded la...

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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914

Blair, liazoldene. Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. Police Mlagistrate--January 2 and 30, February 27, March 27, April 21, May 22, June 19, July 17, Aug Sust 14, September 11, October 9, November 6, December 4. Dr Syme, and Messrs F. B3. Lith. gow and W. A. Wharington.-Jan. uary 16, February 6 and 20, \Marccl 13, April 3 and 17, May 8 and 29. June 12, July 3 and 24, August i and 28, September 18, October and 23, November 13"and 27, Decem ber 18. Messrs R. T. Kings, J. Rouget, T \V. Simpson, and J. Walhice.-Jan uary 9 and 23, February 13, MAlarcl 6 and 20, April 10, May 1 arnd 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. "JEver since my little boye Davi was three I have given him Chaim berlain's Cough Rlemedy," says Mr GC. A. Paxton, Little Chester Streel New Farm, Q, "I have used it to all my children and have neve known it to fail. Mlany nights o0 two little girls have beeoon had nit] croup, but our faith in Chamber...

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