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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914
E. A. ATiERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, &nbsp; .-1-' ¶t 9 Oar Customriaud -Friend * rie hre tostay. We are here to make a success. We like the country and the &nbsp; people. We like Our Busi- ness, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. &nbsp; THE BEST GOODS and THE LOWEST PRICES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. First-class Value in DRAPERY CLOTHING. BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROCKERY GROCERIES Orders Delivered all over the District. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Don't forget the Address : E. A. ATHERTON YARRA GLEN AGENT FOR- The National Cattle Food of all &nbsp; kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur- ance Co. &nbsp; Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. HELP YOUR NEWSPAPER The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PRINT- &nbsp; ING. If you do not fecl blio to run advertiscments, you cau...
Keep These Dates in Mind. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 6 November 1914
Keep These Dates in IMind, ----oo A grand collcert is annoullnced to be iheld in tile Athcnmum IHall, Lilydale, on Monday evening. November 17, wlhen the Dorcas-street (:outh Melbourne) choir of 35 members will provide a fine and varied programme of vocal a d in strumental items. The choir is one of the best around Melbourne, and includes some exceptionally good singers and instrumentalists. The charge for ad- &nbsp; mission is the modest sum of one shil- ling. The concert is in aid of the Lilly- &nbsp; dale Presbyterian Church funds. &nbsp; The Lilydale Methodist Sunday-school selebrates its anniversary on unday next. 8th November. The services, at ii, 3 and 7 punctually, will be conducted by the Rev Hummerstone. pecial sing ing (solos, duets, and authemns) will bo a feature of the serv!ces.
ELECTRICITY. PROPOSAL TO SUPPLY LILYDALE PUBLIC MEETING. DIVIDED OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
5lp F .~LECTRJCITY. * ----4--- PROPOSAITJ TO SUPPLY LILYDALE 7 IBT1C MEETING. T"IV IDED OPINION. T'., here was an attendcance of about " 30t ownsmen at the Shire Iall on ']'ridany evenilig last, at the public mceting called by thie Shire .l'resi dont to consider the proposed eleC trio lighting of Lilydale. 'The Shire P'iresidrent (Cr Jnmces Wdllace) outlined the objects of the meeting, and said lha a:greed lhe rtily withr the proposal, as the time hbad come when Lilvdale should •have better l:ghting facilitie . About three years ago the council obtained a. full I'eport costing L20 on a pro posed schenme for Lilydile, and Mir ,irowley, anflcther eigiineer, was in Lttend Lce .,to give themn irforma tion. in the event of thel r-btepay crs gonig in for schleme, ]ra hoped it woiuld be ain extelsivc p!ant that would bie insthlled. No t in-pot sc?iemne awolld do. - ilne t· suit the awhole shire waIs nerded, t h]igit in btire iierlais the r nmote randl out lying parts. Thlere was nothing li...
RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
RINGWOOD1 MARKET. Market well supplied. Milkers, Imedium quality, hard to quit up to:?. .IA' 10s; springers to 16 5s.; fat. cows, good, t' L8; chlloppers. to L:l 15s; Jicrsey lheifers to L11 9s ; pod dies 8s to 12s; vealers 6s to 15s, aLccording t') size :Id quality. Pigs ilaconers ,inonu forward; porkers, light to 28s: breeding sows. *from' 1I 15s t' L2 5s; slips to 1ls; suc kerls 10s tdl. to 1IIs; lahunbs to ,Is .ld; old c\we s 2 t ld. Fowls--CUockerels to Is 3d lnir, lhens to 3s :ld, chick ens id4 to i0d pai:r; ducks to Is 6d: ducklings Is 9d t' 2s 3d lxiir; lIor.ses--Verv hard to quit. Sundries i.t usual prices. Next s.le, 16t1h November. /
YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
YARRA JUNCTION. From Our Owi Correspondent. Laslt ieck P'rofessvr Mnluddl de livered a lccture on the ipresenl EIuro pa:in crisis. -Going Iback about. O00 rears, the leCtuIrer giA:e instances :f. how histar relY:its its: lf; how iuig P'hillip of Sp:.in bit pludnged iii tio a wwr whihi cmanailte-l fron an-, hition, iis aimn and olject being to -tle the world, and 1ih would in ail prol a0liry 1 two accomplns.ej 1 S is Iha'l not.-olio. little na.tion taken its standl in the calis' of js'ice. Tlhat nation was (,reait Britain. Ne:t he came to King Pihillip's sllcccss.r in ambl)ition, N apoleon BonaIparIe.; lIet too hild tried to conquer tiie world, 1and had even urrang"c whitihl of his people' should occupy t;le throne tof Eigla'nd. Belgumn. and IRussia, bult oitie more (IriLat Ilir;tlil li,,d st.epped in i nLhi' ctLius of jus tice lld l .l had Iprcvent:d tl ' wake: lnations being over-ridde:1 by t.lm stronger. Ne't he -spoke of thl Zluhl wail', arnd how on1ce again1 (reatL BrltILin ]uli...
CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
• ?- CK7?? OYD.ON. (1Irom Our Own CoUriesponlent,.) . difficultysh has arlisen in con 'eotion wi| li th:e Reading Loom and Piublic Iibrnry uat tihe Meelanics' Il stit ute. r . E15. .tlarnetl, who has for thL p ist twelve months acted as honorary librarian on, Thursday nights, hI:Ls, on account of other pressing duties, beenl compelled to rcs'gn his position. 'lTa comnmitica will b0 ple:scd to hlave the assis tance of some suitaL pubpublic spiri led person to take MIr Barrnctt's ia.ce. \ijth over six hundred vol mines and aL good stock of maga iines, it would be a, tlhousand pities to have to. close up the reading room, built suchl must h;ppen unless mort, voluntary assist'mec is forth comring. Tluesdv and Sa:lturdu., ev enings andl saturday aift~rno.nf have lso ,to be. provided for, mnaking 8 houis each, week.- DI)on't all speak at once, blit volunteers for Tuesdays "Id Saturday evenings will b3 wel comed also. The local cricketers are Ihving a run, of good fortune.. Warrandyte, \Ve...
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
BtowliiIg.--''Jvahhe v. Lilydtale. - . tean fronm vanhtoe will vS t Lily .ale t on \\'ednesdat.y next, 1tth inst1 ilihen a good gine is unticipatet1. Itho L jyuate t.am will ?e 1 ,lected irom iie follo\wing :-Lowc. F'ost.er, Mlorey, ecnzies, i1itchell, .ii'\ans, Ilet ti. Uuttu-ie: Jdohnstat onrI.ison, liar r .n1 Philti;ps. thircslm . VY Lu. n, t. Morton, Scot. liolyoatk, J lunican, tevcns, and \liddlhtonl. vIIliuh-s te.amn will be--Dr Adam Burrcell, -halt Iaird Itiidtle'. \\illis, Jen kins, tysiutl. Davey. O:lkcs . lagg, Knell. S'\wlinunig Ctlr'ni\val ait Lilydale--.L, aL mcetinig hIld in tt h XI AhllrieLrIi hatll on Vednesdav evening, it. was ldecide- tV h ,11 a swimniing c,.nlv:l a, Lilytale on \.N.A. Diy n?x. An amoiullt is ii hllitd front fi t crnii. vatl, held two ecars ago. hJi'. price of intulbershipi tickets was Jixetd it "'.s Ud, adnmitting inciner" aiid :Ridy alld inclllober's f£uiily uiiderc thi age of 12 .1tarl'. A further meeothig wiL, ic tield. oni ]-riday- 97th in-l.,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
Public 'otices. INSURE AT ONCE: . .WITIH TIIE ROYAL INSURANCE CO L'D. . IUNDS, £19'031,200. 'ANNUAL INCOME, £7,512,708. 'FIE (including Crops and Stacks) IHAILSTONE, LIVE STOCK, PER S80NAL ACCIDENT. WORIKERS' . COMPENSA'ION. MIARINE and I'PROFITS. ,--Local Agent. at Lilydale.--. 'A. J. IHOPKINS. * TUESDAY, NOV. 24. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMPJBELL & SONS (Kirk's Bae zaar, MIelbourne) will hold their .usual Bi-monthly Sale in their yards -at Yarra Glen on the above ealtc, • an- tlhey .will have forward -th9.usua ?yarding of L__ ' .MILKERS, SPRIINGERS, FAT AND STORE COWS, aLnd lincs of DAIRY IIEIIERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATT'LE. Entrics unow being received for this Sale bLy --CAMPBELL & SONS,- BOURlKE STREET, MELBOURNE. RTINGTWOOD IV.A.RKE T. - MCLELLAND 6' CO,, STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, RINGWOOD .' -Mr Aliok ~PI'Clellan, Auctioneer. A:::UOTION. SALES CONDUCTED EVERY MONDAY. ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, . PIG S, POULTRY, FURNITURE, Etc. Splc...
CLOVER SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
CLOVER SICKNESS. Plant diseases are no respecters of persons or countries. The crops of democratic England and bureaucratic Russia, the crops of the Czar of thou sands of acres and of the peasant's lot are alike subject to the same mala dies and weaknesses. The problem 'of the clover-sickness or clover-fatigue, as it is called on the Continent, has bccn prominent in Russia for some years, and an eminent agricultural scientist, Professor Koffo witch, who studied the subject with spocial care, has recorded the results of his investigations in the Russian jiournal for experimental agriculture. Hii -e. porimcnts jwore nado chiefly laith pot-cultures, y whidh method .he was able to exclude outside influences; he used soil suffering in a high degree from clover-sickness, as well as soil in -hich clover had never been cultivated. and as showing that pot-culture afford ed satisfactory means of studying the lquestion, the professor mentions that clover-sickness soon manifested itself in the ...
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
(''(To the Editor.) Sir.--Sur'ly ]ilyda.lo is nlot gains t.o drop the Shnoy this year. It wilU be ah;iglit. \Ve atlwtr's look for witrd to it..r an tills' ve.r more p).r tiularly xviii.we .support it in every .wi?y. [I hope the commnuittee or whoiever hes the reins will ree ikon that the people of' tihe Shire iharve a coin or .two to spare lnot only to keelp the lag llyingl, but to keep the Show going as one of the in ti tut16ibs ef thie yoar.- ,Yours e.., COW\ COCKlE.
GREEN OATS FOR FATTENING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
GREEN OATS FOR FATTENING CATTLE. The value of the green Algerian oat crop for fattening sheep is gaining a high place in Tasmnania farming opera tions. The crop grows so strongly in this State that in most districts it is necessary to feed the paddocks off up till Septcember. While benefiting the crop a good return is also secured from the stock thus fattened. In some cases Algerian oats are sown to provide feed alone, and not with any idea of after warls cutting for hay. On the Pal merston Estate, in the Creossy district, the greater part of 200 acres was sown writh Algerians for such a purpose this season. It is found that sheep are readily fattented in this manner, and the paddocks turn off a.large number of fat stock. The land is also well ma nured by the sheep, and is ready for culti\vation for the following crop at a very early stage. By using the crops in this way the manager (Mr. C. R. Stewart) has been enabled to turn off, on an average, over a fat sheep to the acre since t...
LILYDALE SHOW. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
LILYDALE SHOW. To the Editor. Sir,--'he annual Lilvdale Show has become such an institution that. tile rumor that it is to be droppedl this year ]has come upolI aI gol( many as a Iblow, and a serious one at that. We producers wish to· scendt our productions thee. whctilher farming, dairying, horses, cattle. and sheep. IBut surely tha war has int seared the coimmittee. At tlhit timlle \we should show our Austra lian s1irit, and" keep the right cud up. and niot Ilet people- feelt tlhaLt all are scaretd bIecatuse war is on. Il the old-hciiutry not one single fl lC tih, has Ibeen dropped, an.d surelyr Lilyhdale, who recently did stuchl Ihonor to the Shire boys. whIt went to thie war, will not destroy the elfect by "pinchling" at homen. If t.he Show is hIelt it will be suppor ted. atnd shlould be, supported bettlr thanI ever, but. for goodniess sake don'tu go into uiiournilng whilst our atnties are doing.'o well. -Yours ,?c. PA'TRI1OT.
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF MILK. As an instance of the influence that objectionable odours have on milk even before being drawn from the cow, the following case is reported:--A herd of milking cows were put in a field, in one part of' which a calf had been buried, but not sufliciently deep. Thus the cows breathed the air infected with the mia syma of putrefaction. The milk of the cows was found to be spoilt-not only so, but the contagion seemed in some way to pass to the milk of some other cows that were in contact with themn in the mIilking shed. Other facts show illg the sensitiveness of milk are cited. If a bowl of milk happens to be left near a vessel containing a preparation of' tar, the milk will absorb the odour, and milk should be avoided that has been standing in the room of anyone suffering from tuberculosis. These facts demonstrate the necessity of-care in handling milk, andi show that cow ahods should be kept in a condition of great cleanliness, and that even the air that the ani...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
OUR LETTER BOX -oo Without necessarily indorsing the opinions of our corresponudcuts, we shall be glad to insert comnmuni catiuns bc'ri- g' topics of public iutercst, i'hich may be iuntelligent ly and brielly expressed and freec fruom pcrsonalities, on c nudition of receiving the writer's real name, not ncccssarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
Stone Jars Only. . Straw Color from Age. BOLS GGIN )PURE IAND VERY WHOLESOME. _____DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEASL. MAGNIHER'S Pure French Grape *** BRAN DY cog.a The Original, House of wt STEWART, Edinburgh S t wr ' Founded 1779, A STRAIGHT TIP t " DRINK STEWARTS ' W marvel Loather Stlitcher Complete i/6, O'ai1aO Anyone can sole boots, mend harness, sew leather, rubber, canvas, &c., equal ' to the best tradeemen. UtLL DICTIONII WITI sAOe o0iRR. 5U11 UFQ. CQ., 199 Ulsebeth Street, Melb. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEBATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLYT DAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. --- APP'I TO DALGETY '~. CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. * ITADATIO Il P IAN~TLT CU~m UN HdattduL~ver md kidocy Tronbima, O~bkUlcs, laud~lOnrarthm. RIO md 5l per bdtUc C1lemlab an S. A. PALMER, tBJ FLrNDERR LAN~F, MEIJ1OU1RNf I SCHRECK'S POULTICE...
SEVILLE v. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
SEVILLE v. COLDS'TREAM. P'layd at. Coldstream. Co~ldstream.-hlt; Amin~gs, \W. Town, b LePage ". 2 W. Madden, c Read, 11 LeP-g 2:1 F. Morris. b LePage ... 2 C. Madden.- b1 Lel'age ... 16 I). 3Madden. b l.ei'age ... R. ]owie, b LePage ,: -. Ilrierty. b \\'Wallace .. N. Fr'ost. c Read, b Wallace ... 0O J. Douthie, b Wallace . ... .*1 H. Fergulson. not, out *... 0 E. Moloney, b LcPage .., 0 Sundries ... 7 Total -... 6 Bowling.--Lcl'ag' 7 for 28, Wal lac " for 3. Scville.--lst Jl nings. L. licad;- c ,Frost .h Douthic' 1.I W. Read, b W. Mladdcn . ... 26 E. Read, r'n out ... O TLPag , c.Ferluscn, bi W ,7iadden 23 W. -Wa'llace, lbw., I) W. Madden 0 W. I'a-ne, std, b C. Madden ... 6 C. Wallace. not out C . ]iland , b \. Tow0 . ... 9 I. Stlcvens, nt out ... Sundries . :... 'l:Uotal for 7 wickets .:..-93
HOME CHEESE-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
HOME CHEESE-MAKING. A lady writing in an Australian paper gives her experiences in the old-falh toned art of home cheese making. She says: Many a farmer's wife would like to occasionally make a small cheese for home use, but not knowing how, and considering it a difficult and risky task, is deterred from undertaking it. Some )'years ago I learned to make shoeso while visiting at the homse of a friend, and it has proved a very useful part of smy education, by supplying our table with a good and wholesome article. Boe sides, when friends and neighbours tasted it, 1 becamne notable for the pro duction of fine honme-lmade cheese, and had demland for more than I could make. The hints herewith may be use ful. For home cheese-making on a small scale one usually has all the required implements on hand. First, a well cleaned wash boiler will answer for a rat. Take five quarts of milk for each pound of cheese to be msade-a four or five-pound cheese is about right for fail ily use. Use all mor...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXV. "COURAGE, VAL!" [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
MASTPER PASSION. CHAPTER XXV. "'COURXGE, VALI" Raymond Duvral could scarcely bo lihve his eyes, when he saw his wife allow the Marquis of Belgrave to kiss her hind. Involuhstarily he clenched his fist, and directly his guest had do parted, hurridl ,ipstairs to give her the benedit of his opinion. On her side, it had scarcely been a case of permission, for Lord Belgravo ihad taken her comspletely by surprise; but still she was aware that she could have prevented it at the last moment, Sif it had not been for a wild .desire to revenge herself upon her husband. As soon as she reached her rooms, she flew to the washstand aud plunged her hand into a basin of water-as if an ocean could have washed out the stain of these sin-steeped lips. When Dural appeared, she put on an air as if she were only washing her hands just as usual. before retiring to rest, and he forgot to be surprised that she had not waited to take off her dress tIe camne in. shut the door, looked round to see that the maid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
E. A. ATHERTON Central Cash_ Store SYARRA GLEN, A GREETING To Our Customers and Friendse.!? ,:? ~??¢ ? .7 e Ca r· here:to'sta# ?.? ?°?re'?'? here to mekh easccesie We like the country ?and the pjeople. We like Our Bu.si ness, and strive to inorease it by all honourible means. THE BEST GOODS and THE LOWL PRICES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. ? "t class ValuL in DRAPERY OLOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY OCROOKERY GROOERIIII S.- Orders Dehlivered all over the SDistrict. Dob't forget the Address: E. A. ATHERTON 'ARRA GIhEN AGENT FOR The Natioi:al Cattle Food of all Skinds. London and .Laicashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers, CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. -. IELPY 0O1.1 NEW\SPAPER~l. Thie greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PRINT ING. If you do not feel able to ruan advertisements, you can give Sthe newspaper your cards, dodgers, bitlhcads, envelopes, and all busi ness priiting to execute. Thle news paper man wants ...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914
OF RUIAL INEIREST (By "Rusticus.") The people, of Victoria are indebted to the Rev D. A. Camoron for his public tribute to the magnificent cour age with which the settlers in the drought-stricken districts are facing the troubles that are thick upon them. 1People who are not brought into per sonal touch with the men on the land in those parts and who form their con clusions froml published reports of ap peals for Government assitance and de tails of what the Governuentut intend doing to help settlers, are apt to over look the many sturdy men among those building Iup the producing industries who are manfully meeting difficulties that would discourage any but the stoutest-hearted. Mr. Cameron'fs ac count of what he saw during a recent visit to the northern parts of the Mal lee is therefore timely and welcome. Speaking to a city congregation, he said: "'I visited the farthest parts of 'the Mallce, and I found that the set tiers had no grievance against anyone or anything. They.think th...