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LILYDALE HUNT CLUB POINT TO POINT MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

LILYDALE HUNT CLUB -- , € ,? P3TNT TO POINT MEETI'NG There was a record attendance a, he annual Point to Point mee ing oel he Lilydale andYarra Glen Hunt Clut U ub at Yeringberg on Wednesday ast. " The day was all that could b, desired, and the numerons spectator, witnessed an interesting and exciting race in the Point to Point Steeplechase,. t'he course for the big race this year was slightlyv altered at the commence ment, the Healesville road' double be' ing jumped at a different place. Th, class of horses contesting was well ui to the high standard of previous years, and a fine rxhiition of jumping oJel hlie dillicult course was given. There were only live withdrawals from tht list of entrants, and Bulook (late COne. sure), My Angle and Hinuera weri lie m6ost fancied. The horses kept fairly well together for a while, til lI.P, commenced to break away. Hi led over the stiff fence' itto Yering. tierg, followed by The-Sun. At thi 'og wall double R P. still led, going nicely, but aft...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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SAD FATALITY AT LILYDALE MAN CAUGHT IN BELTING AND KILLED INSTANTANEOUSLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

SAD FATALITY AT LILYDALE 0 -00 MAN CALU.t't' iN .IN EI.'IN\( AND) K1ll.lg) INS'I'.\NTANEO USJY. [ Quite a glouom \\(is Il hrII\iI n over ilotownshlip ol I.ilvalnk on hon ditiy, t Whe the Irigitc death ,of .il iauut .tlod ties, agiled 2e . was madei kno-wn.. 'ec,,nised, wiho arrival with wis r' other firon Ig 1ul tlabu t, tw years ago wat s t eloyed a1t BIlack's niel. works. and was by :0nIp fil, I i;: caugiht in tihe beltin.g of ]ilit of the tna;llin-rv elrj v onl wttill dty miorning ird killed instantly. The bod\- was brought to thie l.d ale llotel, where I. magisterial inquiry was held by the Coroner. 1)r Col:"on i 'uesday. )aecsed watvs a vdey popult r "and illghly-'respected younlg fellotw. Ihe was chtoir-inster at the ih alotldit Church, a. leading membher of the 1lo cal Brass Band, and a prom nent pathy is felt, for his younag brothler. t, whom the sudden blow has been adley heavy,. et ilagistorial liquiry. lthce following evidence \was- sub nitted at the tigistOLrial inwluiry...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

SUI SCRI ?i:IS are reminded that thelir payments arc now ldue, and are respelCfully reyulcted to forward camne to this ollice. Annual Sub scrilitions for papers posted from ollie anLd pa:li beflore end of y0r, (C;i)' uve ';docun sa ulce ri .ions. will bt chargei 2s per quarter. -I

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MONTROSE ARBOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

I - - MONTROSE ARBOR DAY. On Jlridayv. July 31st., t.under the most, favour:.ble wa tlher' crmrditions. .Montrose held its anmntdl Arbor I)a.v celebratiohs, wheri ali eu Lhusiastic crowd of iiltc'rested spl:e:l'rt_'rs gath ered to joir in Ilhe afternoon's pro gralrlune. For weeks Ipast the vatrllior s oemnittces -have kerr bursit i e:rg:r ed rin rakinig preparation for this itmporrtant event, and they wer' well re'war'cded for their efforts as every ihling iassed off without. a hitch. The cihildren. te0. jrudging by the everrruess of the contests, sltorwy.: that tlhey had not been unmindful of wrhadt it. would be necessary for them tIo do to get Ihe best results nld the best profits from thre occras ion. And the t\\a.ttlIs-w·rlIt ta pie h-rre is tihe lrotrrose school gr'ournd witlrt its wealth of wattle blrssorir aildthon~g this year it was a week parst .its prime; 'never'tiheless, it is fa sigllt tIlat catches tire eye of t': visitor arnd tihe flower lover. 'lhhe tree Ilanting, til...

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LILYDALE ARBOR DAY 1914 STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

LILYDALE ARBOR DAY 1914 -x lieccilts.- I01; cire i( I:ilnice: JI75 (i;, donatim ns 1.7 Ils , d, conlictrt JL1 1s, iotal I,22 1 11id. ;Exlcndi otre.--l tnd L_' 2j, i'rintin. 1,3 3s (d, 'Trees LL 1 0s, JL'rif',s.inal fees I.1 5s, JAsdlwook L1 ilL0, I)iner 18s, uardtls 1.7 Is, lirry :s Gd, Mitchell 7s, Jones L I s (Id, NottinghamlIII 5s (.rccin 2Is ld c, ch 13s Id, JIab,)o, dune 7s '0t(, Jircrey 1I(;, Jill j)osting s, Tluotal l,2I 1s 5d. Outstandilg 1al ii .11 s, .:iind ntl. L1 1s. S iionationMs.--Mr uell ,1 Is, J)r .ymne J.11 Is, M\r I)uilican lls Gd, A\Ir P'ttit 1l0s Gd, Air ,J..i'Oh(tcu 10s \Ir Tlhoitstis us, Wilcox Jfros. us, \r lcrsfoJrdl 5s, Mr Ha.rrison 5s, \lr SIcnro is, Air Simlpsom 2s Gd, lr lRoberts 2stl; Ji lurnctt an.d IIhut is, ?Ir's (ook 2s, iir Jones LI 3s dtl, 11r "hlaruny tld, iMrs ireicclbl 106s, Mr 1i.' Black 0ls, To'ltal L7 lts 5d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

GAVE INSTAN'?IRElIfI. "\ly little daughter Alaud was very bad with crouep and I wans quito worn out with loss of sleep,'' tsays Mrs Cutherine Holland, 15t6 Ade laide road., lierhainpore, N.Z. "A f ricnd had soon Chaimborlain's Cough Itemedy advertised for the relieft' of croup und suggested my trying it. I did so and it gave ,tlc child inlstant relief. I Ji.ve seen dsz lens of Children relieved of croup by Chlamuberlia's Cough tentedy. AItt e tin i.s directed tos srvt ril imslutant a o tihcs in thiis is.?su iu o1u advertlsink coýltllt, . 'For Coughs and Colds, never fails, \Wooat ureat 1uppermu~in Uurc, SUFI'..ER{ED A;ONY WIT IIEA.D ACIIED.-I highly rcouumtneCtl Cham berlain's 'Tablets tu. ,ono who sun ers from headaches, says Mlrs l. Ki. Blerry, Mlarulburough 'oad, J Victo ria 'alley, 'T'smtiua~a. 1 sultered,ag oiy iwitilt headachos uawl tried at most elvcrvthitg'. Not.hing did me any good until a fritend rtecomuended (Chaim?herlain's T'blet.;, antd they sooln put il e i I ight aga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

.. IF .. OUT OF CEAR mEW IF you have tried A numbers of rem edie i for your com plaint and failed to get any benefit DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there is still my system to try; and it has proved itself in 40 years' experience in treat ing every disease. " Where Ignorance fj a Crime," juslt pubished. You canneA affordtobe without It. Price d. Medicine sent post free. wrapped securely in pla wrapper. e e a I You cannot afford to take ohinoee w9a had , If you have a so re on the leg, whether it be an old one whch has been troubling you for many months or yearl; or whether It Is one of only recent date, which irefuse to heal, you should give it prompt and careful attention. It Is particularly in the treatment of severe sores of this kind that Rexona has been used with such sue'ess. This new rapid hlealing ointment will speedily gve life to the tissuos of the old sore so that it will Ileal up whole and sound. Rexona Is not Intended simply to dull the pain of a sore, or merely to prevent it from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

E.A. ATHERTON Central Cash Store :YARRA GLEN, A GREETING ': To Our Chstomersand .Friendi, :. ere.ito: mreAki.uccese.:' We . like: the .country and the people. -We like Our Busi. nese, and strive to incroaee it by all honourable means. THE BEST GOODS and THE LOW Ii PRICES are what count, One Order Will Convince You. First-class Yaluh In DRAPERY - CLOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROCKERY . Q ROCERIIEB Orders Dehvured all over the District.' Don't forget the Address: E, k. ATHERTON Y'ARRA GLEN AG e'NT FOR " the Natioral Cattle Food of all kindse., London and Lancashire Fire Inear ance Co. - Age, Argue, Lilydale Express and ai ll weekly paers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. S...LN 3.youA ido..nOt I'cc.:L ._ - -.E:th' i ' e o'?Jpuper your cairds, dodgers, bilads;, eivelopes, ad. tall, busi n'''" s printing to ce'cute. Tlhe news 'pmar un wants it, and it helps hiun to pay his printers for setting ip tihe thousand and one ]fItEE lOTIICES he gives you'r town; but don't give it to the print...

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MANGELS AS FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

IVIANGEL,S AS FODDER. Mlangels are a good fodder for :;l kinds of stock. As spring fodder for sheep mangels are unrivalled, and they possess the advantage of being av l able for the period between the finish ing up of the swede crop and the be ginning of rye, or vetches, while, of course, they are useful as a sup e mentary food to such-like green crop;. To rami breeders they are speciaiy valuablo, and it would be difficult ii grow or even suggest a subs:itute To the milk-selling farmer a plbntif I supply of mangels is inevitable. Tby begin using with chaff quite early inr the winter, and thus effect a saving of hay, as good straw chaff is better fl,)d when mixed with pulped mangels than tire primest hay is when fed long, as least for the purpose of produce' g milk. The death of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the President of the United States. is reported in a cable me eage from Washington.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XII. NOT TO BE FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

THE -- MASTER PASSION. -4- OHAPTER XII. NOT TO BE FOUND. "I -don't understand you a bit; please explain, Captain Beresford. Perhaps it's a joke; af so, I fail to see any point in in," and Miss Brabazon looked stolidly in front of her, whilst Lady Wilbraham gave a little gasp of -surprise and terror.. "It is no joke; but .saddest earnest," W Devr? l 'nii - lookin. _or t e .last to 'hours even three, And .he cannot find he "But that is a rd," trying to put a brave face on it, and resist conviction as long as she could; "where has she gone, and who was sho with? I don't suppose she was left aloneP" with a sudden suspicious glanice .into his careworn face. "Only for a minute; she dropped a flower, and Deverel went baci to look for it. Wheni he came back,'" lowering his voice, "she was nowhere to be seen." "And that's all the care he took of her l" flying into a passion, be cause she was on the brink of tears; "leaving an innocent girl alone in the midst of this dissolute set. Let mo out...

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

TUfF TOPICS "By "S lemington.") Wi'th such a stato of chaos existing all over the world it is difficult to settle down,at the moment to the die cusvion of mere sport. There are graver issues hanging in the balance even than 'the Melbourne Cup l Pro bably some unthinking Australians would imagine all event of more con cern than the great spring race, but we are ill reality now lace to face with a matter which dwarfs all other con siderations. The indications as this is being, written jndicate that sport of all kinds may be brought to a stand still in the near future. The outlook is indeed very black. But little good can come of meeting the devil half way, so while racing goes on, we must have something to say about it. Naturally, the menace of war had its effeut on the crowd at Caulfield on Saturday. The attendance did not perhaps show a great falling off, but there was that something in the de meanour of the people which showed that their thoughts were not wholly and solely centred ...

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DER KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

DEI1 KAIISER. Der K1isr of ohe Vatherlind - unt Gott on hIgi- all dings golnmand - V\ two atch, on't you understand, Min- If - unt Gott Mine sokliers s, g die' Wacht am Rhine, Unt shout aloutade power divine, Unt drink de hI alth in Rheinish wine Of me tint Gott. Dere's cousins dink;, she's nacht small beer Mit Austria unt dings she interfere, She learn none own dis hemisphere, But me-iunt Gott. She (links dat she some slips haf got, Unt soldiers mit their scarlet coat. 4ch, we can knock themn pouff - like d'tt Mineself unt'Gott. Dere's France, she svaggers all arount, She's augustfeld, she's non accound, 11lo inich we dinks she coni't amound, Mineself unt Gott, She vill not dare to light again, But-if she should -I show her plain Dat Alsace unt dat French Lorraine Are Mine-by Gott. In time of peace prepare for wars, I hold d'e helm tint spear of Mars, Unt care not for ten thousand Czar Mineself-- ut Gott. In short, I humor every whim Mil aspect dark and visage grim. Gott pulls mit ...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our 'Special Correspondent.) It is no use pretending that there are topics this wvek. The plural cannot be used. There is only one. We may ring the changes on' it in many ways, but the thing is War. The re markable feature about it all is toe calmness anr.d fotkitude displayePhby the Ieople since ,he docld alna that iu volved Britain. Before it was defin itely announced that Britain intended to take a hand, there was a lot of nervous apprehensiveness manifested. But when it became known that the plunge had been taken, matters at once began to adjust themselves. It may be thrt we do not fully realise what it all means. But be that is it may, the spirit already evinced indicates that we will take the knowledge when it comes as befits the nation to which we belong, and which has been so strikingly welded by the sudden menace. There has been no sign of panic. Some few tmorous ones have withdrawn their savings from the undoubted safety of the banks, to entrust the...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

The adjourned annual meeting of the Lilydale A.ti. anti 1'. Society will be nerll in the Ilecllabite Hall on 'luesday evenillg next , as per atlv t, A.meniorial service N1 il be conducted in ile Lilyd;le Methodist nllurchl fy tie Ltcv. Jas Lowe on Sunday evening next` A large mpecting ur ladies was held in the Atmcnaeum inal!, Lilydale, yester day afternoon, wilen a commlnnttee was elected, wil ll Madame Melba as presi dent, allnl it was ieecidted T 0o orlll a oranch of the Ited Gross League at Lilydale, and to work for the expedi tionary forces. A depot will be opened at tie Shire -Hall, wncre work will be given out from 2 to 4. daily,. The Country Roads Board, at its meeting on Monday, accepted the ten der' of the Reintorced ioncrete anld sMonier Pipe Constructisn l ompany 1*r the erection of a reinIorced concrete bridge o\rer tile Yarra on .the lcales vllc--Lilydiale roud, for the sum of

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

J .EL7Y TITR. Practical Boot and Shoe Maker' YARRA JUNCTION. Repairs executed with neatness and dcsIpatch. All work done oni prom ises at lowest prices compatible with .good material and workmanship. WIDERLICH METAL EILIN, S Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends foe them throughout the Commonwealth. 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 WVUNDa LICE PATENT CEILING & ROOFING Co. Ltd 123 Queen Streeo, Melbourne. root6ids For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigeftion. A _ _ _ Delightful Family Medicine LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, SEl l ; 4 j Mm IAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Mutton, Corned Beef, Pork- and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods .a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always on hand. Customers waited upon daily a...

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A LITTLE HERO WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

A LITTLE HERO WORSHIP. "Blessou are the weak," Miss Baird quoteu wIll a io0Iti1?g laugn. "Uo you llwV.iu turn tue UIuIIIIteICn cdile"a tor a secoUd slap, sir. Trevor Y" Mr. irevor looKsed at nor inquiringly "1 happened to be on the pier when yo' encountered that mend.cant per son," she explained. "You aren't very chauritaus,q Mr. Trevor." "Ohl" said ho, understanding now what she meant. A little while before, as he ap proaclhedl tile pier, he was accosted by a vagrant who had managed somlehow to elude the vigilance ot the onicers appointed to keep that sort of person our of the place. The man was dirty and ragged, re pulsive, disreputable, and dangerous. But ho was old and feeble, and he had been deprived of one arm. He stretched out one grimy, shak ing hand and begged servilely for a nickel. 'I will take you to the coffee-stand over yonder and pay for all you can eat," said Trevor. The beggar did not want food; he could always goet plenty of that. But he was thirsty-desperately ath...

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SETTLERS & METROPOLITAN BOARD. DISEASED VERMIN IN WATER CHANNEL. COUNCIL SUPPORTS SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

SETTLERS & METROPOLITAN BOARD. I)1SEASE;i) VEll1MIN IN .WAI I'.l. CI IANN EL. COUNCIL SULIPO'ITIS SE;rTlII ;. At-l i meeting" of the Upplcr Yur;. Sh-ire Coumi:! hehl at Yurra, Jun'tion on Aloiidlhv, ii letter u'ais received l('.n (:eoge ' uloli, on bIehalf of Il iinilndl' o)f setlelrs in thn ?'arra Vall... emi illenltig on the dispute Ibeti'.i the sett.lers5 and the Metropo i tan ionurd i I \ 7'rkJs. •The letter which tr.avr.' tll whole position, statled tlit .I:l' quiiet e:tilo belonging to settle '.' \\r, .illpollded, yet there 'are he.l.e*s o | cattle on the .lohird's territory wr hl ouiild be troublesolliu to il)poll)nd ;:( i the e are left a!onei. .S'iCee it i.s ,i; to Ibe so essential to keep(' tl'i ai, 'en" flroi stock, why e r ll' th.-c 111 impounded? Buit tile glle. it lilni'!;+'{_ to p1ll c lhealtli is ti 't l iich ' li re "orlcd to by Cr. Ewnirt lt :;t mtci rig, lltld i'hich is it'ihg or, ',1k1 , y he Iooalrd. viz:-'-'lh,' nriii' ir discased wolmhiliats thoe a'. a...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambrosine.") With regard to women and their looks, the, pendulum has undoubtedly swung right round. Whereas a gen eration ago they were content to lan guish, after 40 or so, in modest ob scurity, now they fight with almost demoniacal strength to keep in the forefront, and to attract men to their sides by means of a false juveniliiy. Please do not for one moment imag ine that I am finding, fault wi-h any woman for trying to keep young-look ing. That, surely, is no ignoble aim. But the methods by which she endeav ors to gain this end should at lease be artistic and not distressing to the beholder. However, it seems to rne that in the manner of aitificial additions women are ,becoming devoid oi all modesty, common-sense and decency, and dis play themselves to the public gaze gor geotsly "made up" without a blush. Take. a walk along-. Collins Street, and you will be struck with the num ber of old women with glistening, cop pery hair-hair whose bright sheen is sug...

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MILLGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

MILLGROVE. --ou--- Airblr 1a1y \ W:ls cellibratiued it the I oil?li(io ,tL l i. yas i'\r too: dtlalo p e ,ut? r,..t sw oul witlh a El olt Jac; nilt(l a ttllddre.;sccJ the ,chtl larl and unfiuritld the fIlOg. atlI, alt ilag aa ,altrter tfo the sports held atteri~vird.s. The lhtites lpt.liad the rreie-itihit.s atid M? o.l-, t,.:kdl, fruit After tell, the parets and schollars a?.joitulired to the school audl plcas ut, tllme was spenlt vwith ti :rir t guur es, etc., uintil near midniighti. livht all w t i, boie, having thoriotuhly cnjo ed thcitaeltCs. \is Poole'uu, thu I atil, teacher, is to e Cliga titultctd on ha'iig such ain orderly hot, of schuolars (,lJ alttogtUhecr) t 31iligrove is all excitemuntL 110a at the local flootballers hiaving such a victory over llcalesvillc otn atur day.. Several items of news recei\ed, too late for this issue. Arrival at Lilly dale on Thursday of matter for pub lication that evening prevents in scrtion in that woek's issue: With the illrea.sing area co...

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BUTTER MILK AND SKIM FOR PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

BUTTER MILK AND SKIM: FOR PIGS. How to feed pigs so as to get the greatest profit from the feed consumed is thus explained by a practical man whose operations are successful. He says butter-milk, skim-milk, and root crops are not of much vrlluo as pig feed when used by themselves, but are very valuable when used with grain, meal, or any other solid foods. It takes 1201b of butter milk per day to keep a pig of 1001b weight in thriving condition, wh:ch means that 12 gallons of buttermilk' are equal to about 41b of pollard. But as the 100, lb pig only requires from 31b to 41b of solid food, and 91b or 121b of water or moisture per day, as that would be too much for the kidneys or other in ternal organs to deal with, and the 1401b of useless water would have to be kept up to tihe animal heat at the expense of the 41b of solid matter, so that there would be very little left to put on meat. The mpst profitable way to use but ter-milk is to add 21lb of pollard, grain, meal, or oiher solid ...

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