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ANGLO-RUSSIAN ENTENTE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

ANGLO-RUSSIAN ENTENTE. l'or thue fist titue in 30 years a Bri tish Ileet has appeared in Russian wa ters. 'The first croutor squadrion, co sistilig of the battle criuiiors Lion, Queen Mary, Princess Royal, and Neir Zealand, accomloinied by the lght cruli sers Piund iinl Iloadicce under the comn tuand of lHear-Adimiral Sir Day.d Bratty arrived at REsvol on June 1. OfUirers anld men were uost hospitably I recei veil at the Eastlihii an liort, being ireleinied hy the ohtieiils and 1oulc with rearkable exp riusiolis if ftien ship. The President oi the Dumea, M. llodzi otnko, and meombters of the Duioa Coinniision oii Naval Alffa:rs, engaged in the inspection iif naval irorkts ihurtng the stay aif the squtidriiiin, weii on iio:i rh the ltagstip Lion, and on behalf of tie umnia and tlhi iilifssitin iieoplil exfoenldei a welcome to the English fleet. Early on theio morni hg of June 22 h (h squadron anchored off the island fort- I roeo-Cron stads---exchanging salutes with the itussian warah...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON THE FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

ON THE FRONTIER. My frioed Lindsay was studying for 0n l.storical examination, and wanting ficat harInd inlf imotion, proposed we should make a <ycle tour from Boulognes to Mlctz. seeing the battlefields of the Frar.co-Prussian war in route. I read ily f ll in :teth his proposal. One hot summer's day found us ped alli..g into Ribeims, whore we visrteu the line old cathedral and enjoyed a mid-day lunch of .boiled eggs, rolls anti coffee at a litle table on the footpath. Rheims was the Brst modern town we had passed through on the tour, and if was a pleasant chnsge to see wide streets and handsome new buildings. We imagined ice n ere in Paris After leaving Rheinsr, wihich the na tIves pronounce 1R1u0nz," Ice left behiind the smlilg countryside, anid tile scul ery hecamre very desolate. The long straight read, boedered ecitih giant isup Iars, seemred interminable, and the vil lages we passed throtgh looked drear asd unkempt. Our next night's stop vas at Ver dun, a small garr...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXIII. "AN ANGEL OR —" [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

THE - I MASTER. PASSION. CHAPTER XXIII. "AN ANGEL OR -" "I have written my answer, and .I will sond no other," said Ida haughti Iy, pointing to a square envolope on the mantelpiece, directed td Min. Saloe mona. ''Look here, Ida," said Duval reso lutely, "you worry about every duty except your own. Instead of keeping your marriagc-vows, you treat mnc like a dog. Do you think I have no eyes to seen, no sense to guess? You were Ilirt ing with Bereoford when I canme in, and You can't deny it." "I can froni the bottom of liy heart. Do you know what I was saying? That I wished he were a woman that I might treat him like a sister." "A capital lead up to something ten der. . Be honest, and at least I respect you. As it is, I am beginning to despise "You shall never do that. You shall see that I am different to other women of the world. Take me back into soci ety, place me in the midst of tempta tion and you shall confess that I know how to resist it. I should think it a disgrace, not an hon...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

AT~tRTON Central Cash 8ore YARRA. GLEN, We ar here to stay. We are here to mek' a success. We like the country. and the people; We like Our Busi* ness, and strive to increase it by all honoureble means. THE BEST GOODS and THE LOW1 PRICES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. First-class Vaint in DRAPERY OLOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROOKERY GROOERIEB Orders Dehlvered all over the District Don't forget the Address: E. . ATHERTON V'ARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The National (sttle Food oL all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Inaur ance Co. Age, Argue, Lilydale Ezpress and all weekly paper!. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. Ihe greatest aid you can give 30o0 new spaper is your JOB PRINT IMN. If you do not feel able to rum advertisements, you cans give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, bill4eads, cnvelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, anud it helps him to pay his printers for sctting up tle Ibousand and one tREE EOTIUCS he gives your town; but do...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

FOR WOMEN (By 'Amhrosine.") It is interesting to the many .womnt in Victoria who are now actively en gtiged in the work of the ncwly-estab lished Red Cross Soieties that the Bri tilh iRed Cross Society has shownt rapiti antd sjplentditt l lestŽIlotntctt iin the last year, and is ntow fully preparetl to carry out the work for which it was formed. Originally Red Cross Societies were only uscl in foreigsn service, but its scope tIts wideneit, anti ness' the Soci ety has two tetlistite branches of work. 'CThe otte is to be til ustxilittry force to thte Territorial A i-ny, ontd the other the setiti tg retief to foreign coountries it ihe event of wttr. They woultt till in tis e comttunicating lioies in homseI de fesce betweent tle "front" anti the jase hospitals. It is said with full tisusraince thttt the Armssy autthorities Istive estatde arrangestents to provide plenty of people, futlly skilled in nurs insg, to go with tty expeditiottnary force thtttt ismay be sent abtroad. But these st...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILL THE ORATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

BILL THE ORATOR. Many years ago Champ Clark was prcsident of a little college in Ken tucky. He worked his way through the school, and finally became its head. in the school with him were three red-headed boys of the Mosoly family. Thirty years afterward, at Lawton, in Oklahoma, Clark was waiting at the hotel for a colmnittee that was to escort him to a meeting. A tall man, with a red heard and a plug hat, camne up to him and pIut forth his hand "Tou don't knoew me, M1r. Speaker I' he said triumphantly. Clark looked up from his chai_, unt lie did not get up. "It's a moean advantage," 'lie swiar, "nfter thirty years, to make me tell yvoi right away whliceh one of the three Moisely boys you are." T'ie mian iras istonishled-so mfch so tlint he took off his hat. "You're Bill," said the Speaker. "'How' did you knoew?" 'asked Bill. "By the motion youi mnade when you took 11ff your hat. You wuere the one liho thought he'd ibe in orator." "TIis t's right," sail Bill. "And what are you doing....

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

YARRA GLEN The anniversary in connectio witbthe Presbyterian Chutch wa held on the 4th and 5th of October. The services on Sunday were con ducted by the Rev. Finlay Mc Queen, of Elsternwi:k, a large number being present afternoon and evening. On Monday the tea and public meeting was held, the weathlet being perfect A very large numlber indeed atten ded. The hall was artistic Ily de corated by ladies of the c3nmmittee, who also were responsible for the betutifully set and decorated tables. After tea was dispensed with the hall was rapidly cleared for the concert, but not nearly enough acconimoda tion was available for the large num her present, several of whom had to remain in the porches the whole of the evening. The programme was as follows:- Overture, Miss Drunt itond; song," Hymns and Bells,"Miss Lee; song, "Thorn," Miss Hughes; iecitation, "How Rubienstein Played the Piano," MIr McNamara; onu, "The King is Coming," Miss John ston; violin solo, Ali H. Hlarvey, ac companied by Mis...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Infectious Diseases Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

Infcctious Diseases Hospital. Thc secretary of the hospital .re pdrtcd that Vera Every, Olinda, stated to be stifferigb front diphtheria; was admitted on August 28, 1914, aind dis chargeti on October 19, 1914.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

TO THE EDITOIt. Sir,-MrGreenwood's "explana tion" may be sufficient to himself, as he evidently puts pledges, or other wise "labor creed," before conscience principles, but it is no explanation to a democratic mind. (a) The Liberals did allow a wet canteen, but it does not mean to say, because a Labor government was re turned and the Liberals had no further control, that had they still been in power they would not have closed the wet canteens. After the disgraceful conduct of some of the recruts, no doubt pressure was brought to bear, and the Government wisely removed the temptation from the men who were only weakening their physique and morale, and would be small credit to Australia were they encouraged to indulge in un healthy appetites. (b) "That a Labor candidate will give effect to his platform, no matter what his occupation," etc., etc, sounds very fine in theory. but after all is this not working like a machine system ? Are men to go on acting by a set code ? This is witat mi...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Ranger's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

Ranger's Report. The Ranger (W. T. [Hill) reported: -I have .the honour to infoen you that since last Council day I have imn pounded two head of stock and had one rcleased.-Adopted.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

.MELBOURNE LETTER (From 'our Special Correspolident) At.long last there is an awakeiiing of public fooling with regard to the endo ios that are within our gaics, and be latcd action is being token to guard against the vecry real itaniger that lies in the presunce of Imnay uncolnupromis ing foes who belong to a counltvs- that discords all rules of warfare. After stretching to the utoist the allowances for the spirit of British fair play, there remains the fuict that we are mch too easy in our niethodo. The basis of this statement is the fact that oeerywhere ose can hear the outspokein outagesonis of Gerninun iaid people of tierinon ule scent. They know nothing of the proniptiiigo of that spitit which im pels us to regard everyone au a fricnd until he proves himself otherwise anidl they take it as a sign of fatuous wcent ness. The arrogance with which these people boast and sicer aniid threaten is a remarkable evidence of the conlidence they halvcin our easy-going tolerance. It does n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

ULLYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENLsED CARiRIER{. ALL LA I NM Ml: 'Z].\ (GES M2 E)El!AT) . * Vl:N:I11 T: I. U' irj A hre Nutite. w.~ j~ C"BI7c gh~edE ghostag WISfI'S to couvty his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Assortmont of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. IOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of insaection. The VEGETABLES and FIIUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. 3Wishing all Patrons the Compli 'euts of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK * Wish- ': tiilate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround * ung Districts that he is now carry ing no Rusiness in 1AIN dIT., and :-ic ., by courtesy and strict at .antion to business, to receive the - * 'ro of public patronage that he erits. GROCERIES. A large stock to select from at Reasonable Prices. Give a call IIAJN iT., LILYDALE. ...

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Petition. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

I'clii icji. I .11 U id lud lolWIIrdied. .siglld b\\ul lr mi ndŽ itd 2t oJh~rm.. ri testlIing aguhut Loo a. 1,i01) ut conuii .lin" gnim g ermisaijin lo Air 'eross I rrL iload. Ic rv:.n ui1. 01)00n ol i hid nI urn v aler. --e ci cd.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Presentation to Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

'The 1'residint r. eport' d thr it ('r.' hiuw'1t. iogrethle with ''i'rml L~ilv viit:itiiii ii bhiiliih ut the Shijix to liv sohliers who hid olie' 1 for die Iiii'l I itlc~· 0\h, 1 lii' I cl ii,~ t.i ii th' It 'rs :Ii tie wordit o chear 'xtt'ited iv lthv. vri ti s.ca cr T1he t'h itos 'wet shiowt a v:ii lt' oanip, and dincd in the Y.M.C.A. ent, being treat d with groat hos pita lily. Infoc·Ltiousc ID-iseass Ik~s] ital. 'lTh !'raiident. reported that lie Ilai rct eivel a.n o~ler froiii n r.-oil igailist. whoii tihe onniil hiad a hlim~i tur liinjit.:l clhargcs. of onie niiat the ninolit tchimied.-t I, was ,agredl on licept tItis oller.-'The 'reside.S iioved, and i. was anrlied, fiat others agaiiist, hidne thic coin ite alimioii wtre pacitt pro tly fin ad. cinias lie iitoriied ta. ii siimis tie.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Hallkeeper's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

H allkeeir' s Report. Tl'he hallkccpcr l.1Ir. lredt Ben\y.n) reported os follows: - Amount of money received alutl paiil to treasurer for hire of hall froiii September 24-lth to Sinptpember 30th, £2 tIs.; amount of money received and paid for hire of haIl from Septcmber 30th to October 21st, 1914, £2 10s.-Adopted. Librarian s Report. The librarian (Mr. Fred Ilenyan) re ported as follows:-Library subscrip tions received and paiid to treasurer for month ending October.2lst, 1914, 6s. -Adopted.

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Collector's Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

Coll cItor't Re0or1 : ti treisurer Is, ltlool-w 'ti Sejteln itei to .6th SI tp miner- e al raIest, arnlraer £1:11n :15. 100., inte:re:ar s, tid., total uthWei Ridti II it.d.i II th1.\C1 il, 1as. Kid., 1:1t Riding (.1; la-,; ra.\u 1.111, 111 u- 1 SI / i. 111.. 1 Intre t St.: 1.LirI. Is te~, lire c:S /. 1 .s. 1.1.. mltcrest Is. idt.; pu:n iccs. Lildal.:e I0i,..in. kin l old , 2ills.it., 1N.110 L1 ds.; carriage l:ceIuses. is.; dog registration fees, 10s.-Adlptet, In motion of Crs. Hughes and Blair. Selptember 30 to October 24-Gene ral rate, current £33 1is. 6d., arrears i1ls. 3d., interest £1 Ts. 10d., total £36 is. Od.; Soustith-West Riding £5 Us. Rid, Northi-West Riding £25 Os. Sd., East Riding £ its. Uti.; extra rates, interest is. Sd.; tint fees, Lilydale L£6 16s. Sd. clog. registration, North West Riding, 1)s. Annual Valuatilon. The valtier (M~r. G. A. Pauli sub mlitteel the revised saluiation for cur rent year, as foilows: -Soutth-Western Riding, £29,978; Nortl-Westerll Rid bng, ...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

dFIV' E RULJf eFOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur idce Exsperimunt. The world is eager to something new, which, however, sie plo it may be, will save labor, or e: penso, or do things better. Let it b more convenient, or promote plcesur reduce waste. People who handle things in ever: day use are the natural inveuntors e better things, and the natural capita ists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Ediso gives. Learn. the procedure as to p: tenting in the chief countrios,-the secure your own legal monopoly it your rights by becominig a patenteoses 2. If that workman or forelun , C your ingenious friend has produced clever invention put him.on the t-ac of fanious and wealthy inventors. Mr. I'. Townsund, an editor, says a the "Inventors Gui(le," "1 am recou sended it strongly to friends. Bcr of the kind I have soeon. It should d a lot of good. It should do a lot a good. It is an incentive to aboe by telling him where he can obtain th '"Inventors'...

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THE WAY IT WAS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

T'HE WAY IT WA8. It was a cold day in December, and the superintendent of a charituble in stitution was examining a number or poor childron as to their claims for more comfortable clothing. Margaret was under exnmination. She was pinned up quite securely in a thin shawl. 'Hauo you any clutlhes at home?" siho was asked. "LNo'm." "What have you got onP" 'Please, this is my aunt's shawl, nd me dress is next, an' then comes I."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

*For Children's 11acking Cough a Night, Woods' Great P.ejpermint Attention is directed to several Important notices in this issue in ota advcrtising .columns. WHOOPING COUCII.-'MIy littlh boy had whooping coughbvory badly, aays MIrs A. Hlendcrson, the Peoples Store, 47 Elgesn road, MIorniugton, N.Z. I tried several cough medi · *cines without any of them doing him any goZod, thcu I tried Ohain borlain's Cough ZRemedy and'he got imxp'Cdiate relief.' Since then I has always kept a bottle of this won derful remedy by meqand reconusenao It to everyoneoJ Sold hy J. Hutch i nson, Iil ydalo; C, Hanson, Millgrove,; Scott and Al. en, Ytura Olon; Sil. Jiradebaw and E J. Dowborn, Ijenslesvillq. - t he ziinsitrcl buy to LI u war has gonte liI tIhe' ranks 1' health you'll flid Iidin ; KVoods' Pcppermint Cure lie's de pu udinug on, And he lelf his cough. behidind hiu. L)on't leave home hlo:n mabroad you roam WiLihout a stock cloue by you, cor health is vict'ry you'll all agree 8o don't let sickuo...

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Engineers Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 30 October 1914

comnpiltted din in'gthi nmonth (Clour Imiting fotini n Liii'1: r .-od rds sell roild Cant ,rbnry aaid, me'allitng' Yarra..rcedl . Th'le c~onlra~cts inl hanld iie proceediig st'iSmif O oloI. Sub dvsi'n I 11I.- ThIt folbo n' 1liani of slibdivisioin aseice ipl roWcl driii ii" h[le iiinih :i 31I'Diriiol t i.tn Rillngiood; 0 '1Tylo\s. ait Riniiwoind: Ihlioimsoii'1s dlt iMobriolbolrk. ie ailnmenui ot rof asn idsn Hesisllh sbulj-' division. Critydoli. a, pur la formal iiiiLtei, asis also iipioitd. Watir ing P'lace~.-A: properl approach': to Stri'!'sb':rc ( rik Wi. r. cir oni iioail. Wa ndin, i', required to make it. ITbe cost, woul1 be oily i.bout LI. Driuinige, 1HenishI Ioao-Tthe s'a. tercoiir'e runauin" south liorol Hewish Road tlrough"I Mli KoItrr's lnd, Croj i don, needs cloaning; auti 1 should; like to know lwhethc thoa re ii dl] special agreemenb aavith tl ir Ker in re'ird to this inaottcr.-This matter w5as left to tie cngiijl- ti attend. to, on the amotioni; of C.Oi Blair.v; 2tMiint...

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