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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XX. A HOLLOW PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

M, ASTER PASSION. S . IAPI'TER XX. A HOLLOW PEACE. "Upion:my word I think it was the coolest itinug I ever heard-carrying you Ol[ from Belgrave in a fit, of vir tuous iindignition for the purpose of carrying on a fllrtationi with. you up till inidiight," und D)uval laugheu imockingly as hle filled the bowl of his pipe. That dune, he extended himseltf ull length on his divan, whilst his wife, aniost, breathless with indignation, stood before him on the Persian imat. "A, I told you, he was only waiting for you." "Capital plan that, when you knew 1 was not coming back till te .-small .hours.' "I knew nothing about you, neither whero you had gone, nor how long you would be likely to stay." "You know that I keep a suit of dross-clotlies att the club on purpose to avoid the trouble of coming all this way to make myself re:,pcctable. And ,you knew 1 was tired of work, so no; likely to come home on that account. ' "Is your picturei of Melphistopheles finished?" ' aVery 'nearly; only a touch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

• Ih • i - B. A. ATHERTON Central Cash. -Store SY ARRA GLEN, f<' ~/Td Ou, .toa:.:ia:- · u- Bn r ieM Bleb. ;. Wea here: toatay ,Wear li k the: country and the e-ople. W:':We like Our Busi' ness, and strive to increase it by. all honoursble meanse. THE BEST GOODS and IHE LOWIE PRICES are what count. One Ordpr Will Convince Yon. First-class Yalut In DRAPERY OLOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROCKERY GROOER1IJE Orders iehvered all over the District Don't forget the Address: : E. A ATHERTON Y'ARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The National Cattle 1ood of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. S Age, Argues,, Lilydale Express and all weekly .papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTH ING. 1HELL' YOUR NEWVSPA1ERi , ......i gieatest aid you "ii'n giv" your newspaper is your JO I'PRINT ING. If you do not feel able to run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps him t...

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PROPER PORK CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

PROPER PORK CUTS. i'Prk c.uII'ee.l should not be cut for the pork barrel until they are tholr oughlily cooled and well sot. Thle sour i g of park is olften due to improper cooling before it is cured. 'Thle filrmr tile eanr'?alse i the easier and sla llltlcler ;:., cuts can be made. Thie tarcase is i.in raliy cut into four parts .-- head. shllulders, lnlddio and hamllS. Ihe bead is readily remloved by cut ting through lih flesh surrounding the :i-, joint; making tile cut about /roll a! inrlch back of the car. Thlis pa.r lio;!l is conIlonlly used for sausage, iniiad-ei. li! or 'other .l products lor wri.'l the trimlnings of thlat carcase aIi ie utilised. ilhe shoulder is cut from tilhe middle between the fourtllh and fifth ribs, cuItir:ng theml frol tile front. If a1 inrgei amount of middle is desired and inly a small amount of the shoulder, lII tcuti may be made neacer tile shoul der. When a larger shoulder is dceircd tile cut may lo made between til11 filthi and sixth ribs. IIItr ti...

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LUCERNE FOR DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

!.IJCEf7FH: 3mIp D CATTLE. '· I :t Ii: a c; 33ll (i hii li n ] in jl lr 1 :, .; ; " "c 1 i , : b ' i i_; tl i " tl i s e a s o n ): 'L33'3'33i t t heb 13u '(13 ii i3 il is ea t Ln ith evi d . nt r33 le is ' .1 (31 the : -n:", titso I" . :,uS ~a, tu. :-c ~ into cusil ''3333' ''iN1 tla .. .i. ''3'15 3333 111311llt c c ; i di g ull the etour01. OT .O i 01 .3u .,la3 e, but3 a ('33(33lon "'i1p 33 3:1333 .. .j333' 33 s adde 113. i 1 3 t33 . 'p33tat tat-" . 'I li33 t in 3(3 c l~n ~ till taial`)· ;turc hut, t e - t ge ..3.c.33t and ha, i 3.· .3.113.3.33, f.33 3. 3. - groa '3."3ll-1 3l.:>t 1 tl . result iig limn luc1r13 3.33e. d in a ( 13.3 tartl greenl 3(33djti:,13. .3t ti 3333 hl33 1. g ~ c' 33(33. 3333 3(33l 333urdmaeia ordb' 1133' .1 st311i3 IS 03(0 (33 .h3( 13oC(t gre 3333nu 33f3 (3 illr', an :centlS to be o1n '33e 33nc3'(ase. 13; (13333 tfod i3 slu13gs, .33.31. and 1 n e.s (33 ll 13.3( i r la(3 13st .a33. 133i333 3. 3gl3(3 (31 th( w(inig. It - 3111 1(33( bak or' sheep. Sta3rlns a33e...

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GARDENING FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

GARDBN EN§ FLO1WE\ it GAL DEN. Calei.dar for tctober.- --Amaranthu.li. .\quilgia, Ant.rrhinum, Asters, Bor ,,nia, 3.,lsain, Calliopsi-, Candy 'Tult. C,arnt on, Acklsia, Chrysanthemum, Suntlower, Coi nilower, Cockscomb, Cos- mlos, Dahlia, Dianthus, Daisy, Del phinium, Gaillardia, Gadetia, liunne manila, Lai kspur, Sweet Sultan, Zin nia, Lobel:a. Lupin, Miguonette, Mar igold, Nemoplhlia, Nasturtium, Poppy, Phlox, Drumnimndi, Portolacai, Salvia, ,da'piglussis, Verbena. Now is tho tiu.e that all planting should be puhliedl forward. Seed that was sown last lllnth w:ll soon be large should be lost in doing it, as the young plants, to do well, should be well started in growth before thei hot north winds camue. Such plant; as Mignonette, Sa piglossis, etc., are best sown in their perlnianelnt quarters, and thinnedl out :s they develop, because they do not transplant well, and this is why so :many bought plants withel and d.o. C,:lantion, are now well Iorward, tand will soon be hi full bloom...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

tunani Catholioic-1- L Sunday in tle mioutli--1ass at Lilydale, 9, Alit chnn 11; 2nd Sunday, llingwoud ', Lilydalc 11.; 3rd Sunday, Mitcham J, Lilydtale 11; Ith Sunday, Croy don 1U Lilydalo 11. ClhuLrch of England-Lilydalac 11 & 7 p.m.; Yering 3 p.m. Methodist Church-Lilydale, 11 andl 7; \\andin. 3 and 7; Seville, 11; Gruyere 31; Evelyn 3; Ycring, 2.30. 1'reslytcriau Clhurclh-L.ilydale 11 and 7, Croydon 3; 1ingwood 7 p.m. J, ptiut Church-Lilydale 11 aid i ; l'antun 1111 3 p.,m; Croyduu 11. CIhurch of Cluri:sb-Croydon 11 and 7 p n.l Salvahution A?'my-Lilydal'e ll a.mu..; Yarra Juuotiun 3 p.mu

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FOR DOG-BITTEN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

FOR DUG-BITTEN SHEEP. It Ihals lg been cunllid?red th.at a :dCeep 1,o1.n1Ied by a dog is ruiit. "Two yoaut, a;gu,'" writes a sul .,cibcr to anll AIml,:ricln eclchaigo. "I ha.d ,1g)ht purebredl .:lecp so badly bitten and t tll.tt C01 of mIly neig1hbur'. pro iIU110 0C{c tihe1 \\1 rthl..:. (}11 1e U ,., lltd tWcul c-one cuts and tear.. s.Iome [Ilac., a 11nanl's hanlld would not cover the 0oundtl where the shin was. 1Ol11l .awa. 111'.! .llc . 1 dressed each w\\onlld by luatling liberal supply o1 borie acid 1on it. There was n1o sub. .tqunll shlpptlnrtion is usually occur, i1 such wo:und.-. The wounds all lihealed quickly. T'he'r geneal health suffered but very little. Within four mn.2ths 're1 coel'ry w0a tomplete. Later ill 11' slmo year I had a ram i!i t11111t) ked by a1 dog. One shoulder 11was badly lacerated r' d one hind leg was I,,, 1d Iv bitten in lower part that, hei cm,1ld Inot put Lh: hoit ilo ground for tre days. I use I the borio acid tra t n entt ,ith splendid results. Tito ...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

li klcet tl.i wCc.: Vcry 'ol. s ?.pp i \\i l a LUC -, ltll lilt lfe , U<C. ,1tlh,(2.S jiniliuoi qiuality, LI 1Is ,Lto LI; spti lgcl 's, LIa J- to I,., 1,, ; tat :o•ws, LO .s to LG tL ; ch,,lrpprs L2 is to Ll 10s; storu cows LL 135 to . 12i's ief; v\eeiis, Is- to 2us.; I'igs : uconlicis, L3 to I1 1s; por ktrs .1,1 is Gd to 42s; suckers. 16s Lto Ib ; c tI\Ls, light,, li to 1l.s Jit Iowl s ; Cuckerels, us Ud to Is U4t pa1ir; hens, lle;avt', 3s ltd to Is tld pair; chickens, good sorts, is '34 to 2s. d; ducks, 3s to .Is 'Gd; llures: Pouics L3 Is to Lll 10s.; draughlts, LI" 5s 0o LIGs 10s. Suu dries at utsuil rates. Net stle, Monday, OcLutor 12.

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TWO COMMON MISTAKES IN PRUNING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

TWO COWMUON MISTAKES IN PRUNING. In pruning, as in other orchard ope ratt ons, proa;ly no t wo lilen exactly agiec as to the bet metllhods, and pro b..bly no mann an ii; e in'table rules for all places. sari ties. nad conditi .ns. It is apparent, however, that there ;,e two (lasses of orchardi -ts who are really maki. g mistakes. On the one iland is the man iwho prunes too lit tle, on the other, the man who prunes too mnuoh. Little or no pruning i, advoca.ted by the man who wishes his trees to begin fruiting at lie earliest pos sible moment. Heavy pruning :s ad vucated. by the lan wh11o places the emphasis on a ccrtain lorm or shape iof tree. Each of theoet, when carried to the extreme, has in many cases proven disastrous. In order to properly discuss pruni-g, cortain fundamentil facts must be kept mi lind. First, nature is not especially interested iii producing th, etdible part of the fruit, but the seed. Sahe doo, this in order that the species imay be perpetuated. heli fine irui...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspundent) Nitlhing sensational ihappeucd as the rc?sult ol the re-opening of the Mel bolurne atleck Exclinge. Thle ilan in the tliect i, asiing why it should have rema.ned closed for nearly two monthsi. ic had be-en under the imlprcssionl that the appealance of the Emiden off Sydn.:y--luckily, the possi I lIty of s.chi visit tion is nit oun of the ihi. gs neIed rii orry abhLt ii 1eluioI'urnl----wotld no- h:ive ha1d llore diref,.l l'fets tenil thlit long-dceferied re o;. -llllng. .But t siay b-" taken as a. trijute to tlhe excell'nce of the pre .autions taken alike in Britain and Australia t) guard. against anything in the way of financial panic, that the proceedings were marked by a ca;n that would hbe creditidal to a frlendly chess party. The committee had geardeCd ig5,inst the effect of "bear in ' pe,'uion, and "'pee" selling iii ssplelndiiing "tirm" dealing, and s:.!iii g i .eir a".-L.s for dealing to \a !natur lly of ?nodlst extent on ople...

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YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

YARRA JUNCTION. 'Froum Our Uvn C.rr'o o . ult.) Clicket.--On aturday lust \Yarra JuLteliotL playedt. I0?u,leto,?na, ,ln tae Y.lara C'ultiolt cricket groundl, thu1 laolth resultiilg in a \, in lor tile JIunction, by o0 to iJ runs. 'The weatlher was flvr?l.e. adi quite a. uIllber oi spectlators aer pie - sent. 'lthe ladles j'rovidL.d ltLitOltoull tea, whieir w'as mc lll apjlreciated by ?oe pleaye.s lrt6c t :b i?tnet tf tne game. Rldlods antd o'tpatlsat .-lecen11tly ti L ountry Rou.tds Uart'd w\\akce,t to the 1ad . tu..e or tie matulil \ artluur LUll roud, 11( I0r a s11i1, li.leI Io10W ntas beets alifigentlly caurying test. t. sclhetie 'll tIe Ie o t eilrileclt of bnlllie iJI tihe Ille.III hleC resilellis have hJ11d 'to JAI, asp with a ,ou I deal of ill,'on1 \'rllilec, als the lodlutl ull uM IleCS sily to bo made \\1,ar.o b0e,,r, tile ili ptuced cun0i,in c..uClt be u..1.iln d. lo\\l.er, th: b n it6; aterin, frou llihis S cl e, \\Ihleu conlj.lI..Lt , \il be JitHllilolci, ;1s p tlt lrtll...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

CUic?cL . 't lie Lilydale Litrit, Cricket As soUialtiol s t l t their Illatcl.es on ?utira.CLi) litC. 'hllr' tLre six toIm CLllg . cl)5,; 1111 LeO ...5il j ro itiCi" " ?1 ? 11 uitere.Lttig 1ii.tt kxilii' geamies. L.it.syle ipluy \ liluilt it, '.auuctllCi, ?luIu last yeaLr s prclliCes \\iil be r)presuCli lJ a ty--bell, tltt..ll isclsatclip, ii.lle, At.uw, U-o0te, 10o ii, 1iu.lus) i. , 114,1u, 1il ilie, l. Mlurtonl a111 .AIloallaitL. \lcla' tio Oj;.e P'.un\voet, .liazua Alla.dame ?uit?ba has proumised to. optt iute CoU e, i?enit1tti ii t ad I t011 l10 \_Ce, bluJolol ul jLiyt.dul oil I\\ c ilesuya;L afteriauo, VuLover '.),1, at b o clue.i.: l iC ils alls) C.l;ateUt a suUVoelit to beC rilletle ill cutolllICtiol eith tat i0at.:Lr. J is it golU .sout' erligl or ra1net c?as.t, 1illt iMcl i' lllS loUid i.i tliiuoillS1 llcros? tile iVOlit. J ieLts, Is., lmay be had ro1'01 the seclrot'r, 1ar 'l:". oiiupson , Lilytdale. ulelbla ACcepts Presidency \ir . Ast . J. iotris, h1,1. sc.rtlbar of the L...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

Ct'O 1: 1DO N. 1 tllinuk som ol" olur people arte beginning to bc concern~et about the wedtller. It is In', too ry. lJ (tile oichards the ground is Lfirly well bakeL as a tcsult of the luto.days a";er the nediism rainu olt Los tigut -.go. Tlihe latest urchairdId ..L , 1',n trip, is vscry much li evidence, and the lry season fav\ors it. All cl.asses of bloomlssci iu bet infcsLted with in It1 pitches, and ill onlt y branchos o01 ehboies and tears in p.arix-le"tr ar., not setting iuLt iruit. ha ll.A ili?-l cL ul? Iid: a st- ld r aitrniityO.,Oii.iioitte a 6odaon ide obtesLLt nt U t it tULln.I-U 08 631; aretly next. A lair amundit. ol tbu-ittu s Si;LtLU11 L tLe ald 111t?.. Ul1 I. LU Lt per loot 1\05 £1101 idilii iii. tiure. liLti1io L t I pL t\ I tit IUtllllY,.i bt" 1110 IrO1C06 Ids 6. itil 0.1. in..1 in.-naiii. io., .L.i.a ., ar.. 5-.r a spjlitat 1. se.. 0 I ± .rusis rin taiu . aroywa 1i.t5, titOit t rt OiL,. 1.. a ni 0l" LOb L1i -L t 101l ·I·lG ' LrL ,eug l .5 IbelI, anti2" a,£ L lU 1"...

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

WARBURTON. i 1) slraltio - of 'iTr1n111oin)n- -1 ast. 'ThurIstl.y morui lg. aibout, 4.30), t'il wmell-knowu and. popubear hoarding = Ihouse kiowni as \ lRrantham" n- wit"s burned to itie groutid, Vi destru( - tion of the old buibling being a. lma11tcr of very few niintit's. Tfhe occupantiLs llhad barely time to snatchi tp a few clothes and suntdrv small articles when the rupidity of the llomcs ea mpellmeed them to effect a ltied esC p I. "iranlIhamin was tbuilt, iaouit 23 years ago, nud was: iowned by lirs Conachy, of Bris:bane, un octccupied by lrs \It noisodo. lThe buldig wteasi insured for 1,39) in the Colonil II31t, al Compan1y, acd the furniture, ete.. for L200 in the Now Zuasland omnpany. 1Anna] l B.11-rh 31 echinics' m n stitute committee had almost deci lded to leave I be anniuil hall l;tipse for [lie time on accountt if the genc ral tcemporary chteck to La0 proslt rity of thec times cauised byi tIhe slnck tiss ill the sawttniling industry. But at the imnthiy moi:it onl Mond...

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UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

UPPER VYARRA ShIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1914. I' e;ent :-C'rs flair (Pro.ident), 'Litllgow, Speers, Mackley, Ewa.rt, '-. Owan, M lI1roy, Aitken, and lMr B. Iforey (shire secretary.)) Correspondence. From Postal Department, statingr intention of removing some poles from the foot;path to the korb on the road leading from the p:t . oflice to the Signs ollice, \Varburton, the poles being in the centre of the fool path and dangerous, and informing colcnil thit t'ey would be chlr,e I the actual cost. of removal (L7 7s 7d) bor same.-On the motion 'of Crs Litli gow and I''llroy, it was agreed thuat the department be requested to rc move the poles without expense to the council. r Public Works Depa.rtnment. re ap lilication by council for .a grant, to cu?t ? trick from Yarra, Junction viea Yar'na )oon 'to Ben Cairn and thence to Donna Buang, stating that thle ynatter had. bccn referred to the T'o is C mmit ce.--Re:eivo I.-LA let toer was encloseo: from the Tourist Commui.tt: recommend...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORT'UNE i1O\V SO\LE SEUUIiED. SUUUESS. 1. C'lti\vate and percraect your ideas Experiment. 'iThe world is eager for something new, a hich, however, eim pie it may be, will save labor, or ox pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or prouloto e pleasure reduce waste. People who handle things in every lay use are the uatural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-mlorrow. lcad the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then securo your own legal monopoly for your" rights by becoming a patenteses. 2. If that workman or foremn , or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, says of the 'lnventors Guide," "1 am recom mended it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I. have seen. It should do a lot of good. It should do .a lot of good. It is an inccnt'vo to about by telling hint where lihe...

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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

LILYDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as lelow: M1clbourne,-7.20 a.im., 11.20a.m., S p.m. daily. Money orders-9- till 4. Mooroolbark,. Ringwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.-. daily. Ilcalesville, ] ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.r daily. Warburtn,,. Y: tn Junction, Laun ching Place, \V .ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, Wa lin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railway Station is cleared daily previous to traiin, leaving for Mnelbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery uiad" at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Office closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mails and Registered Mails close at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. WARBURTON MAILS. Mlails :lose for Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydalc, 3.15 p.m. daily. Received from Melbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. daily. Mails close for M'M'ahon's Creek and Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

Municipal Notioces Shire of Lillydalo T'I ENlE'i{,-. aidd.: scil I,, 'h' 1ir.si dent of th" S. ire. am'l end. ;Is di it hl ,the i niuier of contract, are invited.l for the undermentionid worksi Contract No. 1--15.-Supply I of HO.R-E- for \o0:ki lg Foa' imaking Iacliine. No th-w;-es torn Rliding. Contract No. 2- 15.---Slupply of 1IORSES for working .Ilo:ld . making illMaehine, Soutl-wes tern lliding. 'Tenders must ie lodgel at lhta Slhire Hall, Lilydale, not liter than 5. p.m. on MONDAY, 12th instant. A deposit of 1.3 to accoimp my eaclh tender. : lThe 'lowest olr iny tender inot necessarily actcepted. S pecifications at lhis Ollice. JAMILTON lSINCLA1lR, Shire Secretary. Shire Hall, Lillydale, 1-10-14. Shire of Lillydcal. IMPOUNDED AT LILLYDALE SHIRE POUND. .Bay Mare, near fore and two hind feet white star-like blotch. 2 near shoulder. If not claimed and.expenses paid to -be sold on October 31st. FR?ED .BENYAN. 1'oundkceper. :bShi? e of Lillydale PUBLICG-MEETING. 'Notice is hereby gi...

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Local Information. PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

Local Informatiohf P'ENNY l'OS'TArGl . Thie Incw postal rates, including the pelnny postage on letters, came into force on Monday, lMay 1st, 1911. T'ihle reduced rates are as fol low: THROUGHOUT THE COIMMION WEALT'IH AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per -oz. Letter Cards, sihgle, ld each. Do. reply, ld each half. Post Cards, single, ld each. Do. reply, Id each half. Printed Papers, Old per 2oz. Books, printed-Outside Australia. 0O per .oz.; in Australia, Od per Soz. Magazines-Printed in Australia, 0'd per 8So.; outside Australia, Orld per 4oz. "Ilansard," Od per 120oz. Commercial papers, patterns, sam ples and merclmandise, ld per 20oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, ld per ½oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TIlE ISLAND2S. The rates of New Zealand, Fiji. and British Solomon Islands arc: Letters, ld per joz. Post Cards, single, Id. Do. reply, ld each half. Letter Cards, single, Id. Do. r...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 9 October 1914

LILYDALE AND WARBURTON Railway Construction Tru~st. Financial Statemient for the Year ending 30th Juiie, 19t14 Receipts. To Balance, June 30, 19i3 .. £46 7 3 ,, Arrears of Rates . ... 1290 19 84 ,, Interest on Deposfts: .. ... 4.11 3 £134118 2h Assets. Arrears of Rates .... £328 5 7. Current Rate .. ... 1214 15 8 --1543 1 31 Interest on Deposits Accrued ... 11 9 11 Office 1'urniture ..." ... ... 18 15 0 Balance in Bank ... ...19 14 0 Cash in Hand ... ...15.14 5 -- 35 8 5k Balance ... ...... ... ... 6234 16 .0 £7843 10 8½ Expenditure. By Repurchase of Deben tures ... £700 0 0 ,, Interest on Debentures 391 10 0 1091 10 0 ,, Salaries ... ... 130 0 0 ,, Chairman's Allowance 20 0 0 ,, Printing, Advertising, Postages, and Petty Cash ... ... 45 8 7 ,, Audit Fee ... 5 17 6 ., Guarantee Premiums .. 3 17 8 ,,- Bank Charges ... 3 12 :3 ,, Secretary, Overpayment 0 14 0 ,, Rates Refunded ... 0 9 9 ,, Law Costs ... ... 5 0 0 214 19 9 ,, Balance in Bank ... 19 14 0 ,, Cash in Hand ... 15 14 5 8 35...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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