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GOD'S LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 5th October, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. IMonday, 5th October, 1914, The ordinary monthly meeting Of the Eltham Shire Council was held at the Councill Chambers, IKangaro?o Ground IHotel, on MIonday afternoon aXt. Present: The President (Cr. \. (. Gray), anTd Crs. Baith, Fitch, Mtealy, Morris, Smedley, and White. A teleglram was received from Cr. iDowner from thle Broadilmeadows Camp, regretting ,t;hat he was unable to obtain leave from the camp that :1oy to attend the Council meeting. -Councillor.s expressed admiration at the pluck of Cr. Downer volun teering, and hoped he would pull safely thrbu.gh. Correrspondellece. Fioom .Department of Lands and Survey, iith Selteniber, .intimating tlhat the la?lnd frcnt.ig the River Yarra (near railway station ground) Is permanently ,reserved for public purposes.--Received with exp.res sicns of satisfactionl. From 1V. L. 'Dale, secretary Coun -rry Roads Board, intimating that the following amounts have been made available for expenditure by the Council on the mai...

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AN EXPLANATION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

AN EXPIIANATION. To tile Editor. ''' Sir,--I likve been twitted on my inlconistency ill suplorting a. publi can as a Labour candidate for Par liallent. Every Labour man is pIledged. To break my pledge would a!-o be inconsistent. I would, pre for tie illconllsistenllcy of sllllorting a Dublican rather tlan the inconsis tency of breakinllg nly word and pledge. 1 do this thile more readily for thile followinllg r'eilasons: (a) The Labour Party will do inlolre for tenlpel'rance thanll the Liblerals. The Libe rals allowedl a wet canteen; tile Labour Governmnlent closed it. (b) The Labour candidate, nao Illatter wllat h.is occupa tion is, must and will give effect to our platform. He is not sent to Parlialllment to relprcsent 'his business illand occupationll. Il thllis respect a Liberal could not be depended up111on. He signs nIo pledge. He is free to do .?. he likes. But the Lablour candlidate" w.ill; do0: as his platform tells him. And this platform is deli Ilite. (c) Our plhtform plro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

J EiULY J~-RTE (Practical Boot and Shoe Maker' YARRA JUNCTION. - Repairs executed with natuess aind desa tch. All work dtonle on prcm. ises ati lowu.t prices claluj ibi c vi h gctd nalrial and workmnuship. WUNDERDLiE METAL CWIL?? SB Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends for them throughout the Commonwe'alth. They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor - ative charm, and inexpensive, can be washed down and do not collect dust and vermin. Catalogs and lesigns free. the W~VNDE?RLIC AT E ILINT CEILING & R00FING Co. Ltd 123 Queen Streeo, Me?b?arne. r ootoids For Constipation, SBiliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. A Delightful Family Medicine c,- _ t, ul~u un_ m . nu?ln unn I. LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, MIAIN STREET, LILYDALE. . Primest Beef, Mluttona, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock l'rices. Small Goods a Speciality. ?CAVE IHILL BACON and CIIHEESE always o...

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LIME AND FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

LIME AND FERTILISERS. 'llhe use of nearly all fertilisers, nit rougenous, phosphatic or potassio, has a tendency, more or less marked, to deprive the soil of its stock of lime. By increasing the bulk of the crop more lime is required for its nourish moent, but thle chief cause is that the acids in the fertilisers enter into com bination with the soil lime, renaering it soluble, and in this soluble condi tion it is lost by rain washing. As illustrating this loss, it is reported that on the lothamstedl wheat field, to which sulphate of ammonia was appl;ed year after year, the removal of the lime gradually induced a condi tion approaching actual sterility. With referenuco to the action of potash it is remarked, "When potash salts are ap plied to the land the strong solution thus formed attacks the geoolities and replaces calcium by potassium. 'hus the water is precipitated, and l:meo salts go into the drainago water." It is estimated that an acre of cultivated soil loses about the foll...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") Some idea of the dearth of good horses in hand at Flemington just now was gained on Saturday, when the book ings to Caulfiold from headquarters only numbered about half the general aver age for Guineas Day. James Scobio usually has anything up to a dozen horses ready for this meeting, but he. only put four representatives into the field on Saturday and had nothing to take part in races like the Caulfield Stakes, the Guineas, and Toorak Han dicap. For a number of years until this season Scobio has had a represon tativo in each of these races. Another prominent trainer who had a light day on Saturday was W. S. Hickenbotham, for he only had one horse running. 'It was strange to see.the Caulfleld Stakes, Guineas, and Toorak being contested without the two stables mentioned tak-. ing a hand. There is nothing very impressive looking about Sir Alwynton, which has for weeks been a good deal spoken of in connection with the Caulfield Cup. The Sydney-sider is j...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXI. TRYING FOR CONSOLATION STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXI. TRYTING FOR CONSOLATION STAKES. Cis Deverel, in spite of his resolution - to forget, returned from the Rocky Mountains more madly in love than * ever. Wherever he went the face of Ida Hamilton pursued him with its large beseeching eyes, and when he Scame back to find it looking down on him from the canvas of Raymond Du val, and all the gossips of his club seemed to make it a peg on to which to hang their vilest stories, then he knew the utmost bitterness of life, and tried to harden himself into stone that he might feel no more. There is no use in trying to mend a chat tered idol. All the cement in the world won't give it back its former sacred claims for worship. Once fal ---.len from its high estate, no matter what becomes of it, throw the frag ments on the dust-heap, and perhaps its pedestal will do for another. That other was waiting to be chosen with all the fierce impatience of a love that is not certain of return, and Cis Deverel, though less ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

E. A. ATHERTON Central Cash Store YAR'RA GLEN, A GREIUJfNG .'>'>e::: ' a.' W rtieret'rot siti. -.We are.-: here to ll ,k-a sudcess. We like the 'country iand the people._ We like Our Busi ness, and strive to increase it by all honourble means. THE BEST GOODS and 'HE LOWE PRICOES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. Firdt-class Valut In DRAPERY OLOTII IN G BOOTS & 8HIOES IRONMONOE1iY COROOKERY GRO.EitOIlEb Orders Dli£lvered all evur the District :. Don't forget the Addrcuss: ;;E i. ATHERTON " ARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The National Cattle Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. "Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTIIlIN U . . . 'ILELT-P YOUR NEV:WSl'APER.E ' ie:" :. greae.cst aid :-you can-:gi- e your nurwspaper is your JO I-'II1NT 1N(. If you do not feel ablo to run advertisemlents, you can give the newspapeor your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Col'or from Age. PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISRED OVE. 335 YEARS. MAGNO ER'S PuEre French Grape *** BRAN Y Cognac DA A THIE GREAT COUGI REMEDY SOLD EVERYWHEFRE Pl13tIMAENTLY CUSESt VITADATIO P?MAN Irh" cu Eydai',l. fl yer lind kidney Traaul,u, Gastric Ulcers, lntcr,.&l Uro~stb.. 3J and 5/8 per ottle. Ceaemsts, a Otoreg. S. A. PALMER, 1iI8 FLINDERIS LANE. MELBOURNE INSURE WITH THE PHIENIX ASSURANGE 00. LIMITED. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPEN .. SATION INSURANCE. ACTI?E AGENTS WANTED. \WlThErcE NOT REPRIESENTED. Full Particulars on applicafiot to DALGETY ' CO. LTD., MELBOURNE. (Mranagers for Victoria.) SCHRECK'8 POULTICE. I SCHRECK'S POULTICE. - " Can Cure TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POISONED SORES, ABBSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS, AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 and 3/0. Cumberland Road, Pascoo Vale, (Near Coburg). LIVE STFOCK INS URANCE. .-----o ALL CLASSES OF STOC.K INSURIED AGAINS'T DiATH¶ F...

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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

NEWS SUMMARY . . .--+--- Owing to the drought and the war there are about 800 members of the Agricultural Implement Makers' Union out of employment. 'lTho secretary (Mr. E. F. Russell) stated on Friday that the position was even worse than prior to the drought of 1902. The lack of work was, he said, due mainly to the fact that there would niot be much de nmand for agricultural implements this year. The matter will be considered at the next meeoting of the union. The suggestion of Mr. Cann, Chief Secretary of the New South Wales Labor party, that 10,000 mnore men should be employed in connection with the construction of the Kalgoorlie to Port Augusta railway, arid that emn ployment should be found for another 1000 at the Federal capital, is not like ly to be carried out. "It might not seem difficult to my friend, Mr. Cann, to pile 10,000 more men on the rail way works," said the Minister or Home Affairs on Friday, "but he should recollect that the line is being built in a part of Aus...

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"THE TEETH OF THE HORSE AND ITS AGE." [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

"Ti'HE TEETH OE THE HORSE AND ITS AGE." "Though it is quite common to meoet men who profess to .be able to tell accurately, he.ago of h6rses up to a late period of hlfe, nevertseless it is safe for any person ordinarily not to claim to be abLe to read a horse's age with accuracy after the animal has passed eight years or so." Such is a portion of the introduc tory of a Farmers' Bulletin No. 87, which has just been issued under the compilation of Mr. S. T. D. Symons, M.it.C.V.S. This booklet, which is profusely il lustrated, is intended to showv the con dition and growth of thie teeth of a horse from birth to twelve years olhl. The appearance of the teeth, in rela tion to the age, is briefly set out, a portion of which is as follows: "At birth, as a general rule, none of the teeth are through, but in about a week the four central milk incisors are cut, and the first, second and third temporary molars also appear. The upper incisors are generally cut a few hours before the loswer. "At...

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LOCAL OPTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

JLOCAL OPTION. (To tihe Editor.) Sir,-At the last meeting of the H-lope of Ringwood Tent, No. 372, In dlependent Order of Rechabites, the following resolution was passed:--. "'That, in view of the immlinent lilnger, als folreshadowed in vaLriols lr'?ss notices, of an attenlit beillng mnade to defraud the people of the ldemnocratic right of complete local option, as conferred by the Licens ing Act of 1906, to come into opera tion in 1917, by substituting the continuance of the Licenses ,Red-uc tioen Board, this tent declares its conviction that reduction of licenses in conlgestedl areas by a board canl not be accepted as a substitute for the democratic right of tahe peoplle to deal with the whole question of licensing -in their own electorates, aind strongly protests against any such change." Yours, etc., Itingwood, 12th Octolber. S. J. KENNIIDY, Secretary, *--~· -

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusti s.") Tile Central Weather Bureau's surn mary of the condition of stock, crops, pastures, water supply, etc., at the end of the month of September, based upon the reports received from the metooro logical observers throughouit the'State of Victoria, is, for the most part, 0not cheerful reading. It states that for the great inland wheat and sheep-pro duoing areas, known as the Wimmera, Mallee, and Northern country, embrac ing all the north-western and northern plain country from the Lower Ovens tb the head of the Glenelg River and South Australian border, prospects at. the end of September wore gloomy in the extreme. As a rule, even in the worst of seasons, some districts in an area so large have something encourag ing to show, but on this occasion prac tically all seem to have had the same disastrous experience. The following report from Kaarimba pithily summar ises an all but universal opinion: '"Failure in everything sums up the position hebore. No crop...

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

O)UR LIETTER B30X Withlout necessarcily ind13 riog- thie opillionlls ou' our coilrespoiiduits, Wo shall be glad to insert conmmuni cations bearing oiln Ltopics of public .ntcrcst, whiclh may be intellligent ly andl briefly explressed and free from personalities, on. cmdition of receivinlg lthe wrier's real name not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faillt.

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FLAX AS A PAYING CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

FLAX AS A PAYING CROP. (By O. P. Ogilvio.) Flax, destined for fibre, has to be cultivated on different lines from.that of flax-seed or linseed (as it is usually called). Should seed be requirea, flax is sown thinly, about 1I bushels por acre-by planting thinly the stemn has a chance to branch out and flower. If fibre is the chief object the seedt is planted closer-about 2 or 2½ bush els per imperial acre--the result being the drawing up of the stalks with lit tle tendency to branch. The total of the last available fig iurcs shows that the world's flax crop (including Russia for 1911) was grown on over 41 million acres, which pro duced ovey 800,000 tons. In 1912 Russia alone had 3,832,056 acres under cultivation which produc ed 817,871 tons, and out of this she exported 315,215 tons, realising £11,432,954. To the United King dom she sent G68,500 tons, valuedl at £3,474,187. In Ireland there are nearly 1,000,000 spindles at work, over £7,000,000 sunk in mills, machlinery, etc., and £5...

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DUCKS IN AN ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

DUCKS IN AN ORCHARD. A contributor to the Auckland "Herald" states:--1 wish to impress the value of ducks on the orchardist. They are of far greater value to hint than hens, as they do not fly into the trees or scratch. An acre of orchards, with 50 to 100 ducks running therein, should do wonderfully well, and wodid require little manuring or cultivation. The ducks in the spring and summer months would get away with a lot of the insect pests. M-any a time I have watched the ducks chasing after the little brown insects just about dusk in the-spring;. 1' have r~dpVrtifucks in my orchard for several years, and neow what I am talking about. My trees are wonderfully clear of pests and showv wonderful crops of fine fruit each sea son. I am at the present time shifting to a new orchard and poultry farsm, and I only wish I could show the read ers of these lines what I consider the ideal way of keeping ducks penned up and on free range. The position I have chosen lies facing the north-east, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

FOR SALE. SOUBLE Seated Hooded Buggy, in perfect order, one Light F ruit Waggon, one Medium Fruit Waggon, Enghlish fore-carriage, perfect order. BURTON BROS., Main St., Lilydale. YORKSHIRE Hero Seed Peas For SSale Cheap. JAMES WALLACE, seville. P HAErON, hooded, light oinning g. od Set t e uitab n Barness, hI i, good condition, £15 nett. 1. BuoaiLeu. "T WO tons of Calman Potatoes : ,l 1 eight stuckee. Apply C. MADDEN, Calillton, Gruyera. W ARBURTON WEST. GLAD STONE HOUSE, with large grounds, well le', possessiin if required. Finat position. Great opportunity for investment, 9 per cent. Wadhum, Solici lor, Salisbury Buildings, Bourke Street. ii ine Cen:ral 3884. •FOR SALE-Whic Lvghora and Bl~ack Orpington EOGS; heat lay "ug Strain; 2s 6d setting. Guaran pecd, , A. ARNUP, YarrLa Junction. NOTICE OF SALE, IN THE ESTATE OF MARTHA SHEPPARD, DECEASED. FrIAKE Notice that, under insteructions Sfrom the Curator cIf Estates of De ceasLd Ptroono, 1 mill scll the unb.r n.en'ioned property by Pa...

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HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

HOW TO HELP YOUI TOTVN. Talk about it. Write about it. Buy all you can in it. Reemember that, by assisting tradesleople, you help the place along. P'urchase and assist your LOCAL PAPER, for by so doing you fur ther the best interests of the town. Treat stranlgers with the utmost courtesy and hospitality, so thisat they may take away good impres sions of iL. Elect good, reliable men to all publio positions, not because they strain themselves for popularity, but on account of their stamina and trustworthliness. Keep thec money in the pllace. Sell all you cnn ad hay all "you can at hone. Tlie ImenC who have invested ft stores, workshiolps, and other busi ness places are building up the town, and they should be encouraged--es pecially TIlE PIiNTER.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

The Lilydale Shire Secretary (Mr Hamilton Sinclair) and the rate collector 3i\lr (G.- Paul) ap peared at the Lilydale Police Gourt on Friday last, when seve ial ratepayers were proceeded against tor the recovery of over aue rates. The cases were pro ved, and in each instance oraers madE for the amounts claimed. In 1840 William I., King of Prussia, consulted a celebrated soothsayer, who, in answer to nis queries, toldlim he would as cena the throne in 1849, that the German empire would be estab lished in 1871, that he would die in 1888, and that the German em pirelwould come to an end in 1913. i'he first three proplhecies havd Deen fulfilled to the very letter, and the final prophecy will most probably not be much over twelve months out. The inhabitants of -loddle's Creek turned up in full force the other day at the reserve' adtjoin ing the School ground, with the object of clearing the ground by means of a 'working bee' for the fdrmition of a tennis court. The result o1 the combined...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 16 October 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MIR. AND MRS. C. M. YELLAND wihb to convey thei: heartfclt grultu h to Mrs Kiearnaey, fur Iher ustoring attcnL tion and sympathy at thi tule of thai lato sad bereaveIiment. They also dcstrlr to thank lthoir many friendd for nI il festations of sympathy, Iloral tributes, letters and card,. I'rIDAY, OCTUIEI 16, 1914.

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