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DUTY FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

DUTY FIRST. General Moltke was writing at a deal plain table. Before him papers wore arranged, in most scrupulous order, like columns in an infantry review. Moltke was tall and spare, with a slight stoop or crumple in his shoulders. His face was lit by wonderful blue. grey eyes, which made men shiver as they looked on him. Heo wrote his name on dispatch, death-warrant, or pardon, with the same hard mouth and unfaltering hand. And, as he wrote, save for the scratching of the quill, there reigned among his offi cers :cn almost painful stillness. At last lie signalled to a young oficer and sploke to him. "Captain Hertz," lhe said, "you will take ten men to the village of Grimont by the Fortress of St. Privatt. Food supplies were secret ed when the peasantry were driven in on Metz. The provisions are not dis covered. Therefore you will destroy the village. And at. any risk and any cost you will return to this camp by daybreak." it was mnidnight when Hertz shouted among the tents for vol...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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A HUNDRED YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

A HUNDRED YEARS AGO The only matches sold-in London 100 years ago were cedar splints tipped with a paste of chlorate of potash and sugar. On dipping one of these into a little bottle containing asbestos wetted with sulphuric acid, and withdrawing it, a flame burst forth. Fifty in a box, to gether with the bottle, were sold for a shilling. The matches invented by John Walker in 1827-the first to ig nite on sandpaper-wore sold at the same price. Owing to the damage caused by the heads flying off after ignition, the use of these matches was prohibited in France and Germany. Six years later came the invention of lucifers, the first matches with phos phorus in their composition. These, too, wore originally sold at a shilling a box, and when in course of time the price fell to a penny a motto from "Paradise Lost" was suggested for the boxes, "O, Luciforl how greatly art thou fallenl "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

ELE(CTION NOTIOCES 11..1 STATIE .GENERAL ELECTION. EVELYN. xYOUR VOTE AND INTERIlET SOL]CITED FOR I. A. DUNCA N, 'J't-EL E r? " iD I .Al_):: CAN JD.TE. : "T..E C;ENEIIRAL ELECTION. -oo -EVELYN. - W. H. Everard TIIE PHOUlREoSJ VE LIBERAL 'Solicits You VOTE AND INTEREST. STATE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION 1914 'To the ELECTORS of EVELYN :: Ladies and Gentlemen, I desire to announce -my Candidature for the above Seat as a. Progressive LI 1BE RA L This District, which is chiefly a fruit growing one, and having or chard interests in the St An drew's District, Electors can rest assured that their interests will be quite safe in my hands. Thank ing you in anticipation of your aupport.-I am yours faithfully, E. C. SKARDON. :: Evelyn Election. To the Electors of Evelyn. Ladies and Gentlemen, As the State l'arliaiumet short ly expires by eflluxion of time, I beg to announe tlhat I am a (audl date for the representation of the Evelyn Electorate. At the earliest olpportunity my views will be laiu bef...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrosine.") There is a movement afoot in Syd ney to form a Lady Volunteer Corps; the members are to be between the ages of sixteen and thirty-two (writes a correspondent), and the idea is to learn to shoot and so defend our homes in the absence of our men. There is an attractive uniform in contemplation, it is to be of navy blue cloth with pur ple collar and cuffs, a short skirt and tan boots. Instruction is to be given by retired arm?y mein. There is a cer tain antaganism against the movement; it is assorted there is plenty of funds, then it is urged if so it would be bet ter to use the money in relief work in a truly womanly way, and leave the defence of hearths and homes to the men; however, the warrior instinct be ing uppermost, must goet expression and we can only wish that the members of the new corps may never have cause seriously to show their skill. Our sold iers should not ever feel the want of jam, as supplies continue £o come in, and later on, if the war ...

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NEW AERONAUTIC RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

NEW AERONAUTIC RECORDS. The French military dirigible balloon Adjutant Vincenot, piloted by Georges Joux, and carrying eight passengers, has made a new world's record for con tinuous navigation by dirigibles. It re mained in the air for 35 hours and 20 minutes. The German dirigible Zep pelin L3 established the previous re cord of 34 hours and 50 minutes in May in a flight from Friedrichshaffen to Berlin. The L3 measures more than 25,000 cubic meters; the Adjutant Vin cenot 9000 cubic motors. The Germans still maintain the lead in aviation, par ticularly from the standpoint of dura tion. Recently Herr Landmann, with a 75 horse-power Albatross biplane, re mained aloft, circling the Johannisthal aerodrome,- for 21 hours and 49 min utes, thus adding well over three hours to the best previous record. lie finally descended because of fatigue, and not from lack of fuel. The Warrnambool town council has received intimation from Mr. Murray that the Public Works department is taking steps to ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

To -the Editor. Sir,--laving read in the columns of your .last issue the report of the annual inspection of roads i. thie S.W ',idilig ot the .Shire of Lilly dale by the members of the riding, I desire to draw attention to the latter portion of the rep;r+, viz., the visit to \\onga Park, where it st.aes the .inmcbers insspected the place complained of by lMr Fitton in re gard to diverting 'the water from Iis side of the road to the oppt0ite side into Mlr Read's daim, anti ater interviewing M\r Fitton onl the oiat ter decided that thle permisisioni gi ven to Mr Read by the cuunicil be not withdrawn. liecently a lette, atpl:esred ill your journal mnentioning, the. injustice done to Mlr 1ittoun iii taking his rights from him wvhen lie protested against the 1peruisiions given, and rightly so, and I have it from good authority our coun cil has ino legal right to give poi' ulissioni or even thlemselves diver, flood water from its natural course to satisfy one particular personl tb the det...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, OLs GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARIS MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape * BRAN DY ognac Sir Lauder Brunton'n Snake Bite Lancet and Cure A;, Simple and Practical Remedy NEVER FAILS WHEN PROMPTLY USED enly one Shill in ct Caurry it Indy o nt us s .nd you dehelar no snake, hoaever dadly. Sir La? der Bmnton the Iamons Royal Phys, pi ; oauchelfor thegnine mof histL a t hm at mthtt tse saved handredh of lives. lreyr yn in Indli Iarom coban dhmrnal veom. TIu cS. ~plcte otOfit I1 only 2i ey longg ad Isoot as thick n pencil Pi plied deActloo, lltsi cact Lancst. Send Pasoal Note for f/ to The Union Co299 Eli setot Sret, Mealb. Inufcturorers of Tents, Tarpaulins, eunting, etc. INSURE WOITH THE i. SATION INSURANCE., . ACTIVE AGENTS WANTEDB. \\TIIE E NOT REP irESENTED. ilp Particulars on application to -ALGETY e CO. LTD., MELBOURNE. (Maiingers for Victoria.) MAPS FOR THE BLIND. The most roemarkable nlap of Lon don yet conceived i...

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

UR LErTTER BOX Without necessarily indorsing the :opinlins of our correspondents, we siall be glad to insert cummuni 'cations baring on topics of public i-terest,. which may be inteclligent ly and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on c ,ndition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee ot good faith. (To. the Editor.) Sir,-M-essrs Eaustdald lrcs, Top li .g, Firrend, .-li.e.:, ,lia:.ual;n aind Birch jun., along \\ilt tin as.iLtance of the ladies, iMrs Booti. lMrs Jew dall, and tlho M.isses \Vebl amnd Shaw, entertained t.ie .resiuents of Wonga Park to a most enjoyable ev oning in the Mlehamnics' Hall, the oc-. :asion of the recent patriotic con co.t. It would give'more encour-igc, mouI t to the eiterkt,iuers it t .e \\ on ga Park resikdents took more interest i:s the numerous concerts and balls held so often. The newe piano which ti.e Hall trust~es have just purcliae:ta received a good testing. It is a great improvement on th...

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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

NEWS SUMMARY Speaking in regard to the dealing of the tramways case in the High Court, Mr. Fisher said that he had not studied the judgments given by the various members of the High Court on the many points that arose in the tramways case. 'What's the use," he said, ''of poring over these things? If the people goner ally knew the legal entanglements that are preventing real progress and har nuony between employers and employes they would brush hdem aside in a day. I hope we will soon have an opportunity of rectifying these defects in the Fed. oral coustitution when the referendum is taken on the Constitution Alteration Bills." It was explained by the Prime Min ister on Monday that when he made the reference in the liouse of Bepresenta tives to the power of the Feueral Gov ernment to unify the railway gauges without reference to the btates, no did so not as an indication of the immediate policy of the Government, but rather as an abstract expression of opinion. T'he power of the Fede...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur ideas Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however, sim ple it may he, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. People who handle things in every ,lay use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. Read 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 famoue and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, says of the "Invoentors Guide," "I am recomn 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 incentive to about by telling himu where he can obtain the '...

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OUR SOLDIERS. PRESENTATIONS AT THE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

OUR SOLDIERS. PRESENTATIONS AT TlHE CAMIP Tihe President of the Lillydale Shire (Cr Wallace), Cr Iuglics, .\l'Ghee and, Il,ir, Messrs Phillips, .M ilhe, Sinipjson, Janson, and A. tallworlthy (iho .sec.), journeyed to Jlroadmie:,hdows Milita'ry Camp on 'Thursday, 15th inst., and p:esented ;Ia, ery s'ri cable l:athcr w, Itand 'i tylpewritten letter (publishedd in . ur 1 s. i'sue) undi r t?h soul of the shire council and signed by all the comutnilb rs. the si.ire sceretary. anid Messrs J'hillip., Jlnson, 31iiec, Gil son, Beresford, W. 1ill, 'Pettil, lbiltp soin, M';regor, I)r Short, and Stall worthy. tj the following 35 miin Ihers ,,t Ihe Expeditionary Forces from the Lilliydh t.,hire : Frank Nicholls. amnuel (I, ol win. Thomas 3I1'Kay, Fred Dries, E. A. I. JRoblertson. A. . \Villiinas, L. Watt, W. L. I\icher, ). F. Scott. D. M'Tl ggart, llugh J). Wilson, Corp. 1I'eod, Leo Muir. Ralph .Goode, A. Plarrish. A. J. Muatt.ingley, Corp. C. Noden, A. Niblett. W. Colville, Ja. J..l ef ties, Th...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.') - Positano has already sired four Mel bourne Cup winners in something like a dozen years. This is a wonderful stud record, and no one will be surprised if it is improved this Spring. Positano is again well represented in the great han dicap, his chief hope being, of course, Ulva's Isle, For a horse who has achieved Weight for Age destruction, Ulva's Isle has a very handy weight in the Melbourne Cup, and all things considered, it seems safe to predict that; fit and well on the day, he will put up a big fight. Nothing happened at the just con eluded Caulfield meeting to encourage the belief that any of the Victorian three-year-olds will be found capable of coping with Woorak and Mountain Knight in the V.R.C. Derby. It is true that Blague won the Caulfield Guineas in good style and that Burrabadeen and Newberry both shaped fairly well at the same meeting, but in neither case was the form quite good enough to warrant Derby hopes while Woorak and Mountain ...

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RIVERS OF WHEAT. SAVING THE GROWERS' MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

R RIVERS OF WHEAT. FROM FARM TO SEABOARD. SAVING THE GROWERS' MONEY. Remarkable unanimity is being shown among Australian State Govern ments concerning bulk handling of grain, and in the Victorian trade opin ion is crystallising that sweeping re form will soon be made. Mr. Trefle's direct plea for immediate action in New South Wales, Victoria, and West Australia has helped the advocates of elevators in Victoria, and action is be ing taken in the direction of sending abroad for an expert adviser. Far mers see ahead of them vast streams of wheat moving from their districts to the seabohrd-streams easily controlled like liquid, and requiring little labor to keep them going. The three difficul ties-provision of elevators, wheat-tight trucks and special steamers-do not de ter them, for they think the State Gov ernments should provide these. In New South Wales the farmers are said by Agricultural Department officials to be unanimous in favor of bulk hand ling; in Victoria doubt is confine...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Special Correspondent.) The suggestions for the comfort and well-being of our troops in the Expe ditionary Forces have been legion, but none of them is better than that mo destly put forward the other day by "Mordialloc Mother" in a short letter to tho press. It is to provide rabbit skin jackets for the men who will have to go from the blood-thinning climate of Australia to the rigors of the Euro pean winter. The idea evoked instant acclamation. Expert opinion has de creed that nothing better in the way of fur coats for warmth could be wished for. Of course, the rabbit-skin coat is ubiquitous, but generally it mas querades on near-fashionable wearers as something more pretentious. The suggestion opens up a wide scope for useful contributions from country resl dents.. The material is abundant enough, and a formula for lightning tanning given by Mr. Donald Mac donald, that animated, encyclopaedia of useful kowlcdge, makes it easy to prepare the skins to .be...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXII. SAVE ME FROM MY FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

-- THE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTOE1R XXII. SAVE ME FROM MY FRIENDS. My dear, you will be glad to hear that Belgrave is going to tile dogs as fast as he can. I don't know what's come to the follow, no seems to be losing his head as well as his heart. Do you think you have anything to do with it?" said Raymond Duval, looking up from his easel, with a slight twinleo ui his sleepy eyes. "'1 hate ham, and he knows it." "Hatred is more flattering than in difference; tho one is fatal, the other excites your natural combative ten dencies; and determines you to con quer it." "I am sure I should never give my self the trouble to try." "I fancy you would. Imagine Bores ford presuming to hate you. Wouldn't it nettle you into bringing him round ?" "Most certainly not," with indignant disdain, heightened by the uncomfort able consciousness that she was blush ing. 'I am sure it would. You may possibly see another of your admirers ; an that condition, for I hear Deverel always flies into a passion wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

ATKERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, T: . ; :TOu,.tpUstoar an!?frienda:. .Wear heiro to stay. We are here to ,,ot? a succese. We like the country and the people. We like Our Busi. ness, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. THE- BEST GOODS and THE LOWS PRICES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. S Flst-class Valut In DRAPERY OLOTOIING BOOTS & SIIO IS IRON MONGERY CIHOCKERY UGROCI?EIIES Ordeirse Dl)overed all over the District E. P. ATHERTON YARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The National OCattle Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. 'hi greatest aid you canu give your newspaper is your JOB 'l PRI?lT IN(;. If you do not feel able to 'run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, ?vcelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting utp tim thousandc and one F'REE OE'...

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CONCERNING CERTAIN DOMESTIC AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

CONCERNING CERTAIN DOMES TIC AFFAIHS. To can ieetables: Have them irebih and in perfect conllditlll, alid jlirs, tops aind rubeors clean anlid ,weriseu oy putt:ng tnenim n watoer that is brought to a boll. rill the jars witn cone prepared vegetaables and put both rubbers and tops in position, out do not tighten tile tops. I'ut a raise uottom in the bodler (two layers oe snmall-nieshi poultry netting are best Ior the purpose); stanl tile jars onu this and pour ould water around them to the reptll or trllee o tour inucie. hiring thie water to a boil and boull t hard for an hour or more, toen re?uilVe' the lid to let the steam escape. 'lighten the tops to Keep unsterilied air Irous entering the jars, and let them stand until tle next day. They Lan be lelt in the boiler if most convenient. 'lie next day loosen( the tops and repeat the steaming, then tighten tnem as be fore; and tie third day, after an hour's steaming, tighten the tops as the jars cool and let stand two or three days bef...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") Flour millers are up against a seri ous proposition as a result of the fix ing of the selling price of wheat at 4/9 per bushel. The position is indicated by the experiences of one miller, who says:--"I heard of a farmer who had 1500 bushels. I telegraphed to my agent to get it. The farmer raised a quibble over freight. I offered to pay the freight, and then the farmer flatly refused to sell. What are we to do Our mills will have to shut down in a day or two, if we cannot get grain. The Food Board says the farmer must sell, but he refuses. I would be willing to pay more for the wheat, and perhaps that might draw him, but the law forbids any increase on 4/9 a bushel. I have the case be fore the Board, but it is not moving. I have looked elsewhere for wheat. I' went to a leading firm of merchants and shippers. I know it has large, stores full of wheat, but it has refused to sell it to me, declaring that the wheat does not belong to it, but to the farm...

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PATRIOTIC CONCERT AT SEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

PATRIOTI(C CONCERT I mx The cuinutined colui.ittee , u Wall (dii atund eville dcistli.'ts gaive their second pJtitioli: c m1erI it' S\villc last `aturda.y night.. ()iwing to the ltll having been en lgagel on th1e moonlight nights, the conumittee were cotmpellled to choose a night oni wheih there wias no 1ion. but that Ltet. did not dtimp the ardo,. ofl' the people. Ling bf lore the time of st:arting, the p.opl: began to roll ilup and the hall was soon filled to overtlovwing: every aviil able seat was filled, and ext:a seats were brought iin but still there were Itaty who cmtuld not get ii. It to coiiiNiiC IIi t ic 1L r~nlot?"I l ac brass baud, coniji ipsd ni eighit y~iii mcin ii'oii Melblhurni ot tdci cd so iii libi selectionis, whlich iwere highly jl:rciitcd. A\bout t.30 a stlrl ti as tmade hr sin~ig i tie \ait I iii t them, al[tcar a hitici tine 1ollo,"i i 1Ioyle ; sung. *iA Mal Mot Nl ii . Handit sung, "It's ai Iun \Oil tii lij;jemhi i ' .lr 2larlo; sAceti it h thc banu . R'lBli ...

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HODDLE'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 23 October 1914

HODDLE'S CREEK. P'atrioitic Social and Dance ..Thelo second of the se.ies of ';pIt-. riotic efforits, took, place. on Satur-. dlay evening, and r".sulted in a fur cie,;' swel ing of the .loc al conribu-, tions.... Song. and dance 'spcd the :timo along, anld .the refresliments whiich .hetald thle -breaking up oif .the, .party seemed to be .onl hand .11 too .so3n,. but. nevertlhee s full justice .was done to them. Songs wore ..rendered by Mrs. G. Ea.cott and Mliss Lily Barbour, also .by Mr iBut!er(coniic),. Messrs . H1.. lvart, E. mitlh, and ..I'... L.. oadknight, ,and a .l.itation .by r.It. El Kiidle.. The daince .music was -provided by lMr A. Unley. Ienlnis Court IProgress.. is being mad with,11 the tennis coin t,..the result :of Satur dcay's, efforts ia. this' direction 'be ing ,_tho. complktion .l othe: cleaiing oi~ the. site., Dry Weather .The district. is fee:ing the effects ol. the . dcl,.. ·,cuatlhr, aud, . if rain does..not: soon coma feed 1will be get ting scarce Tlhe crops,...

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