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SHIRE COUNCILS MEET: [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
SH111RE COUNCILS MEET: l.ilydale.-Fourth Monday in each uonth. Secretary and Engincer, Mr Uauiamilton Sinclair, C.E. Upper Yarra.-First Monday in each month. Secretary, Mr B. MIor ey; Engineer, iMr A. K. T. Sambell. Eltham.-First Monday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, Mr A. G. Thomas, C.E. COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. Healesville.-Every Thursday, at 10 a.m. Lilydale.-Every Friday, at 9.3( a.m. Warburton.-Fvery Saturday, at 9 830 a.m. Clerk of Courts.-Mr T. B. Wade. Police " lagistratcs.-Dr. 11. I. Cole and Mr H. Morrison. D)istrict Justiccs.-F. B. Lithgow, Coldstream; It. II. Hlenty, Wonga Park t and Dr. A. E. Syme, Lilydal e; J. longet,' Wandin: J. Wallace, Seville; M. C. Bridger, Croydon; C. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creck; W. l'rivett and \V. Jollifftle, llcalesville; 11. Ewhrt, Hloddle s Creek; J. Lithgow and E. A. Story. WVarburton; J. 11. ?lhomp son, \l.., Silvan; A. U. Buller, West Warburton; Jas. Hunter, Bee nak; T. W. Simpson, W. A. Whar ington; A. E. T. Payne...
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
LILYI)ALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as below: Melbourne, 7.20 a.ma., 11.20 aum., 8 p.m. daily. Money orders-9 till 4. .Mooroolbark, Ringwood, 7.20 a.m.. daily. Croydon, 8 p."-. daily. Hcalesville, Y ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.r daily. Warburton. Y: ra Junction, Laun ching Place, W ri Yallock, W\Van din Yallock, Wa lin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railwvay Station is cleared daily previous to trains leaving for Melbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Olice closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every othe-,r day open from 9 a..m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mails and Rlegistered Mails close a.t 11 a.my and 6 p.m. WARBURTON MAILS. Mails. :lose for Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale, 3:15 pl.m. daily. Received from Mlelbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. daily. Mails close for MMdihon's Creek and Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
TURF TOPICS. (By "'Flemington.") Interest is now being centred in the two-year-olds, which will have their first outing in public at Flem ington on Saturday. The race in which the youngsters are to be intro duced to tihe public, the Maribyrnong Trial Stakes, is now worth £1,500, so that it must be put down as quite'an impiortant item in the Spring cam paign. In these scrambles with a team of uneducated youngsters in the field, anything might happen. But with a clean jump away, . Pretty Bobby may be expected to make merry travelling over the four and a half furlongs. Ahother of the youngsters that might be heard of in connection with this race is Duverney, a smart little Bobadil colt, who will carry Mr. J. L. Currie's colors. Of J. Scobie's lot the best appears to be a chestnut colt named Two (by The Welkin from Seville). He can go very smartly in private. Nothing more will after all, be seen of Boragoon on the Turf. The Mul tiform colt is anmiss again, and no fur ther effort will be...
WHAT WAR INVOLVES. THE INTERNATIONAL RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
WHAT WAR INVOLVES. THE INTERNATIONAL RULES. What is war, what does it imply, and what are its effects? "Thie pro suinmed object of war," says one of the greatest puthorities ' on international law, "being to cripple the enemy's oimmerce and to capture his pro perty; a state of war im plies a prohibition of commercial in tercourse and correspondence with the inhabitants of the enemy's country. TJlherefore all suchl intercourse, without the license of tile Crown, is illegal." When a country declares war against another country, all the subjects of the one become enemies to all the subjects of the other. It is intere&St ing to note that a formal declaration of war is not necessary. In the pro sent instance, it wouklt seouem that Ger imany and Franco were involved with out the forniality of a declaration, and the sensational articles published about a year ago, when ollicers ot both the German and the English nay is predicted that if war were ever to exits between tueni, neither...
THE FRENCH FORTRESSES. A STRONG FRONTIER. HEIGHTS CROWNED WITH GUNS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
iTl l1I:.ICH FORTRESSES. A STRONG FRONTIER. HEIGHTS CROWNED WITH GUNS An instructive and interesting de scription or toe Franco-German fros tier and .the strongly fortified positions on its Frenen side, was given by Mr. J)Denetrius C. Boulger in the Con temporary Iteview, in an article writ ten some time ago. The strength of these forts compared with those on tihe Belgian frontier, explains the German plrposo in invading France through Belgium. 't'here is no other frontier in the world that in any way resembles that which extends for 34.0 kilometres, or about 212 "English miles, from,. say, the Swiss district of Porrentruy to the ruins of the once famous Abbey of Orval in Belgium, says Mrs. Boul ger. At a short and varying distance from an arbitrary line, drawn without symmeotry and in recgless disregard of even local convenience by an intolerant victor in 1871, France has construct ed with immenso patience and at an enolrmous cost in 30 years a fortified barrier behind which she ho...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
OF RURAL iNTEREST (By "Rusticus.") Among the many gatherings that took -place during Show week, one of the most interesting was the annudal con ference of members of the Co-operative Butter and Cheese Factories' Associa tibn of Victoria. Mr. M. Burke, the president of the Association, in moving the adoption of the reports and balance sheet, said that the council had had many questions to deal with during the year. Some of the most important mat ters dealt with were "Uplifting of the Quality of Victorian Butter," and tho '"Menace of Margarine." Develop ments in connection with the introduc tion of the "Cream Grading Bill" were slow; several important recoinmenda tions were- made, and have been em bodied in the bill, now before the Cab inet for consideration. With the ob ject of uplifting the quality of Victor ian butter, the council approached the Minister of Agriculture with the re quest that lie convene a couference of those interested. The Minister concurred and a conference, cons...
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
CIIIIBEH SEEIVICES Roma tll ('atkoi>ii---11 Bl4 Suny in 01a(1t141 I; 2nd Sundi~ay, llingwvuud ¶3, Lilvdule 1 1; 3;rd Sundaly, 1M itelmamn 'j, Llymale Ic 11; ((Iit Sunday, Cray doit 1) Ldlydall 11. ('hnurchi 1' Eii'l~jtd-I iltda'c 11 C 7 pin. Ycrina 3 p.mn. Mletiuuljot, ('huic1-- I .iIydIII. 11l and 7 ; Waidia., 3 and1 7 ;Seville, 11; (3ruyere 3; Evelyn 3; Yurixw. 2.30. Presbyterian Church -Litydal 1il and 7, Croydon 3; Ringwood 7 pam. Bapt ist, Cliircli-Lilydiite 11 and S;I'aintunt hilt 3 pinu; Cioyduin 11. Chumrcholif Clirist-.-Croydoii 11 and 7 panti. Salvatimn -Ariiiy-JLlydalc 1i aim.. Yu1rra Junctionii 3 pn.m
Australian Red Cross Society VOLUNTARY WORK FOR TROOPS AT AND GOING TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
Australian Red Cross Society VOLUNTARY WORK FOR TROOPS AT AND GOING TO THF FRONT. \Ve have received the following from Lieut. Col. R. H. Fetherston, Organiser Volunte'r Aid : "Accept anything that is of value all sorts of clothing, foods, comforts, hooks, tobacco. There is hardly a business which does not supply some thing useful. Of course certain articles are more needed. As Aus tralia grows wool and its mills mamnu. facture filnel, it is better to make woollen goods than to use cotton stuffs, all of which have to be imr p .rted, an I .o are much more expen live here than in Europe or America t'he workers in those countries can supply these more easily and cheaply than in Australia. All attie!s must be carblfully cut, made and finis ed. Rough seaurms itritata the skin, a id had tinishing soon i ces way and s:rnply wa'trs material. D)o not try to make great number s, far better scud a few well. made a-tiel s than many bdly made ones. In war time and at busy hos pi;als the-e is no t...
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
Local Information SPENNY POSTAGE. The new postal rates, including the penny postage on letters, came into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: THROUGIIOUT TIIE COMMION-. WEALTH AND I'APUA. Letters, ld per 'oz. Letter Cards, single, ld each. Do. reply, Id each half. Post Cards, single, Id each. Do. reply, 1d each half. Printed Papers, ,Old per 2oz. Books, printed-Outside Australia, 0 .per doz.; in Australia, 0'd per Soz. Alugaizines-l'rinled in Australia, 0ld per Soz.; outside Australia, O0d per 4oz. "llausard," 0ld per 12oz. Commercial papers, patterns, sam ples and merchandise, ld per 2oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonics and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, Id per 'oz. NEW ZEALAND AND T1111 ISLANDS. The, rates of New Zealand. Fiji, aul British, Solomon Islands are: Letters, 1d per ioz. Post Cards, single, ld. Do. reply, ld each half. Letter Cards, single, ld. Do. reply,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
LYDAL? CARRYING:LBUSINESS A. J --PO YN ER SLICENSED CARRIER. 1 - . ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Prothptly Attended To. "'CHARGES MODERATE. FURNbITURE IC MOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. Pl'ITrCES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. JOBBING WOU1tC A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLI\G GREEN TEA ROOiS WISHiES to conr y his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous. suppoir givcn 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. CON?EVCTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of insivction. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Godd this week and CHEAP. Wishing all. 'atrons the Compli ;enfs of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK Wishl- , :,rtlimate to the Resi dents of LILYIDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing cn .Business in MAIN ST., and --- '., b...
YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
YARRA GLEN. Station Destroyed by Fire The Yarra. Glen railway station, a wooden structme, was burnt to the ground at half-past ten o'clock on Monday night last. The lire. which seemed to have originated in th, otlice, had i good hold of the build ing before being noti:'ed. Though a band of 'silling hellprs were soon on the scene, they were too late to be of much use. The ohi in of the tire is unknown.' Except in department'il lalers, and what little efTe.t's wstre contai .ed in the buildings. the loss is nuot great, inasmuch as tihe railway com ni'sioners only a few day's ago de ided to ere:t other station buildings at Yarm (len.
Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society. The uswudl weekly meeting of the r bve Society was held on the 23rd Msi,., a good number of members b irg present. In iCe ab)scuce of t'?o President, 'iss A. U. Jones ('ice-president) occupi'd the chaidr. fLer the .coiirmation of the lpro .iJous minutes, the secretary i(,,Ld rer the Artilcles of Constitution, old ,avoe olice of mnotiol to m ake rco Italterations ltherin.- The el rction of new oflice bearers, which asutilly takes place at this mrceing, was held over unitil the first meet Sng of the new quarter, October 7. The subjec(t for the evening, "The "atiinal Prohibition of the D1)riuk traffei," was theou proceeded with. The opening of the subject was cn :rusted t l iss harper. who. al hougli new to tie work, gave ex llent promise for the future by ohs splendid way she dealt w\'ith I hie subject. The opener wa, as isted by Mr Nattrass, Alr W\. De:t ,r, ad. Mr Nutley. Miss Leach, vho led the negatives, had given, ood study to th...
MOUNT EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
MOUNT EVELYN. " 'Our New CV Namete As seen by the above headilig, thmci is now a Ipelix to the 'name of our district. 'l ie po. td i a;ui lrities at the relu(iiet of the Progress Asso Si.itioun, have now rei ,tueed tInhe pus ,al town as Mount Evelyn. '1 he iew nalmle is lmlore in accord with Liie mountuinous cliara.cter of the place, as it is 850 feet above sea level. I ; Sisih Poachers One of the lishe. ics ollit ials com tilains Ithat poaching, i.e., lishing out of s21ason, is rife in the Olinda. Coi-ideiable expense hias bcei ell - ,i.ed in .toctkilng tie s.re-ai with niigli-ii trout. idtl .i close season was poclaiimed. This should have i.ien a good ciiaie. 11not. ali.e ior ,he trout. but the ilacklisli. hBut out, ol sc.asoli a mall1 well ktowi,V ouilt who cainnot he c.,.hlit by hle ilunu,asry inspector, has every night landed blacklish by the scoie. Then another report that a Fersistenit poua cher bags everytlhiig uit. croiie. 1t die holk. no matter what size. It is disgusting ...
RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
RINGWOOD MARKET', D. G. 31'Cle'lalud and Co. report M\arket aguin well supllied this rek.. 3Jilkers, light. to LI, spring Jrs to L.I 5us; store cows: prices wanted by vendors too high , en able us to do business; fat cows (outside) to LG 18s, choppers to IA los; calves, light, Gs to 21s; pigs : oacuIers 6ts to 5s..UporKrs, light, .1s to 10s ; u 'kers, lI7s to .lls ; Cowls: cockerels frotm Is Gd to s ltd pai'; hens, heavy, Is to Is ld pair; ducks 3s to 5s Gd pair; horses: light, L2 15s to L8 10s; draughts to L22 LOs.isý
TOMATO CULTURE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
'TOMATO CULTURE. (To the Editor.) fir,--The l tomato being a v'ge "d1e that really p5rsn1 roultivate, have ilhought that I.c Irtp a few oints us to their treatmeuto might lot colnic am,1iSS to yourtt Iilumertt1s eoders, salnd I give thew inll the t:ol:e that 1 maIly write souetliing hut may be of service to amateurs. " the first place, get good healthy l?ulits; next, plant deej ly, so that the lower leaves are just out of. the ioil. I have found it a gohd'plaii n plant them with a lean, leaving Shollow space aroui'd the plants abluut a foot wide and iabout three .nches below the surrounding stut ace. The hol'ow sl ace around the plant shlruld be tilled with righ vll-de ayed nntute. Tile steus of the tolati \\ill throw out, roots into tile manur.:, and afte: the pl.nts get going the whole of the space between them may be mulched with. ai heavy coaling of imaule. 'the tolimatoL is a gross feeder, and one can hardly give it too munch manure. The mutlchilg acts a double part- feeds the ...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
t )UR LETTER BOA Without necessarily indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, wc shall be glad to insert communi catiuons bearing on topics of public interest, which may be inutelligent Sly and briefly expressed and free fromn personalities, on c adition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of .good faith. l'IIEI'I.HI.(NCE TO UNIONI I'TS. To the Editor. Sir,-l am glad Mir Wrgigt prac Iica.lly admit s that meml;c:s of the Barristers' Union arc iunconsisteint in opposing l r.f.reae to uniomists. Thait was the point I desircel to vs laubli.lh. lr WVright his never ho'urd of . trade union working for the good of the non-unionist. \VWellaay. If trades unionists try for shorter hours or better pay, iul secure, them. the non-unionist just qujietly steps ii and takes the rise in wages or the shorter hours along Nith the unionist, and in thatU way the trade union is always working for t.hei benefit of tn u id niists.. ;Mr Wrig.,t refer...
LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 28. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 October 1914
a 'LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. :':."ION])AY,',SEPTEM31BIE, 28. r? c":it-Cr, Wu'la e ("'r sidn?t), Ddy, lRouget, i'Uihce, Ilgiir: Blair, l 'Alpiiy TIown; and 2ilr Ilatuiltun Sinelair (shire secretary.) An apology vwas r'ecived from Cr SIughes, who was inahile to Ibe lce gent, (on account of an accident -to -is nephew the previous ia.turdayv. iwhich t necessitated his attctuinc;: at, tilte hiospital. 'The apology was raeeived, and tile sympathy of his fellow councillors expres-ed; . . Correspondence. 1?? .o ' D)efewc&lt;e ep r.m ut, t , .k. ing council for dohalion of .1.00 t \\ards Atistraliaun imperial Forte. -Received. Couutry IPosds .JiBoard. giving dill 'i?UnltS made available for cx entlitie ..,:bu.iit ' tiht maiiteuancec of iruai't roads :-Jltalesville Roild LOGO, ?-aiii\'Warburton 1?uad L200, Moo - bulk i]oad 1l50i, Yarra (;len Ro,.ad "L150, MounLt Dudenong lio;ld 1200. Rinigwood-Warrauidyte !to:ad L75. ' (Jr W1'Alpint moved and Cr Jlurgi so o?uded that the engineer be ask...
SLAVES SET FREE. STILL GREATER FREEDOM WITH KINGLY HONORS THEREBY SECURED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914
Q*I¶can.c S LAVES SET FREA. BY ]'ASTOR RUSSELL. STILL f RIIIEATE'ER FREEDOM WITH KINGIY IIONORS THEREBY SECURED. Text: "The Truth shall make you free (John viii. 32). The following is a brief aummary of Pastor ?ussell's address. He- said: Truth is the great emancipator. All en. ;lavcr, are opposed to Tr:uth, realising its polVer on the minds of their victinms. The tusk masters of to-day would fain hide the trulltis iom wage tWla\:ves, but find ijtim. ipssible-so great if the power of the Press--and there still arc publishera who have njt sold theil moral sence for sordir PASTOR EL \\?hen chattel slavery prevailedt the niasler found it advantageous to educate his sl\ves amd thus increase their value, Iout disalvantageous to give them ethical culture along the lines of human rights. ilhe ulda;dtiry lords of the past were very willing that the common people should .ousider thl-em dent-gods, not snhject to the: aIne laws and regulations as the Thie sl e pi,;iiple apparlently prhimpted t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914
LILYDALE CARRYINGI?BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL T'RAINS , :T1. Orders Promptly Attended To. CIIAIGlES MODERATE. FURNITURE RSMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARP'ENTERI and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. 'PRICES SUBAI lI'TE'1 FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. JOBBING VWOlUl A SPECIkALITY. ALIL OIeDEIS PROMIPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GIREEN TEL ROO~IS VILSIlES to, cnr1.y his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given himi during the past yearl whlich has benu very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purclhased a very Fine Assortment of NOVELT'IES. NOVELTI ES. NOVIE? TIE!S. NOVELTIES. SOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFI'EC'I'ONERY. CONFECT1ONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of insiection. The VEGET'ABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. Wishing all Patrons the Compli Senuts of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK W\ish- - t'?unate to the Resi dents of LILYI)ALE and surround ing Districts that hlie is now carry ingc n Business in MAI1N ST., an...
Shire Engineer's Report [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914
Shire Engineer'S . Repor The Shire engineer (Mr Aniderson reported as follows to the last ordilnar2 meeting of the council : Contracts.-No 17. Mr A. Hitri toge.-Drainage corner Harker ant Oastella streets. The extra work tc provide for the surface dlrainage unti. .uch time as I-Iarkcr street can be pro orly formed has now been completed, Sfind the total cost works out at £85/13/0, or 18/ above the allocation. Othercontract work is dealt with under the head of the Oountry Roads Buard monthly report, Day Labour.-.(a) With the excep tion of the work to straighten the ur teial drain at upper end in Quern's Prkr. which has h?pn nnrnmi,ftarI h, . King, practically all day labor waol ,bout the township is tit her comnplete or in hand. The permanent man re ports that he is short of mailtensnc mt tal. Sofar the Oountry Road Board has not dealt finlly with th questions of Ooldstrr am quarry metal but in the meantime for other road than main ones metal from there, o Lindupp's quarry should be ...