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IMPORTANCE OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

IMPORTANCE OF LIME. Phe British .," Agricultural Gaz ette" writes:--"The gospel of lime is one that agricultural lecturers should continue to preach, for the nmost pro gressive farmers have long since real isedl the indispensibility of this mIa terial as being essential to fertility; there are many others who are still careless as to whether their land is de licient in lime, and never even take the trouble to find out by small ex periments whether their practice of going on farming without lime is a good one. The virtues of lime have beecn demonstrated over andti over again in different parts of the country. We have an instance before us of a manurial experiment on a field of meadow grass, and tbefore the different plots were dressed with fertilisers the whole of the ground was treated with ground lime. The plots as a whole stood out conspicuously above the rest of the field, including one that re ceived no artificial manutre, but olily the lime. In short, one small plot in a big fi...

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THE MESSLAH'S KINGDOM [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

; t Iiji T KE M1ESSIAH'S XINiODOM. BY PASTOR RUSSELL. Text:--"\Wien the Son of Man slhall come ill His glory, and all thle holy angels with ]lim, then shall lie sit upoll the lThrone of ils Glory'" (Matt. -xv. 31). When six thousand years ago maln transgressed the Div'ine Command and caine under the sentence, "Dying, thou shalt die," he was cas ot out of Eden, that in the unprepared earth lhe might pay the death Ilpenalty. Even then, ini the declaration that the seed of the woman would eventually bruise the serpent's head, God im iphcd a ltillate victory for hllllanllily over Satan, sin, and death. Later. Codes Covenanlt Iwilh Albrahamn intimaled that t1he victory would come through his los~terity. but still did nlot ex plain lhow. Centuries later, Albrahalm's lavored posterity, the Jewish nation, carme into covenant relationship with God through Meecis, the MediLator of the Lawv Coesn t. Their hope wai that they couhl so thorol.ghly keelp (lod's .Law as to merit everlatling lift; t...

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

CRICKET. Lilydaic Lilydale and District Association 'I'he following mnatciches were cornm imnced on Saturday in connection with th: above competition. Pro gress scores of first day's plt?.y are appended : WOOJIR X ALLOCK v.. LIlYI).'. LE rlaycd at Woori Yallock. Lilydale.--lst hInings. It. Morton, b W. Staft ... 20 A. I)esclhomp. not out ... 30 I. Noden, c Ockwell. b F. R 'ol 18 H. Allen, b \W. )Douthic :... 18 G. Milnec b W. D)outhie ... 19 1. IHutt.n. c Douthic, b A. Teese 4 1. Dmesehanmp, b A. 'Peese ... 2 .Tarrams, 1. Allsop, b A. Teeso 0 Sundrhi s .? 10 ·-10 'ut:lI for 7 wickets ...121 Iowlimng.--I. IRlad I for 29, W. Staff 1 for 1. W. Itouthie 2 for 20, A\. rteese 3 for 19. Woori Ymallock.--lst Innings. A. 'l'eese, b Milne ... 0 A. Ockwell, not; out ... 13 W. Staff, . ,Wllill," b Milne:. , -21 I' ,'llsop, nut out Sundries ... 3 0 wickets for .... 37

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Concert at Powelltown. STATE SCHOOL BENEFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

Concert at Powelltown. ST'AT'E SCHOOL BENEFITS. -o A l:rg ly aLten'el cn cr- ii oi 1 of the Little YuirreI Stiate Slichol funds was held :it Pwoelllonl on Friday cviiiiig. Ocrtolilr 30. 'lihe niglit was aill til: could be desired, as thle air \\-:s bracing, and this, coupled with a- lovely moon'ight ev .ning, was aL grent indllceniit to en tice the people to venture out. 'Tl.o sHrr.ouiidings in the concert. room were made pleaisant with ,Maori mats. kindly lent by -ir Colmb:, and nicely-;rranged greenery. due to t.lhe thlou h'fuln's aid t s'e cf Mfr Stl'tvcns. Miss Jones, of Lilydal.le. kindly gave the frei use of her pia.no for the occasion. Tlhe va ,rious items on the progranmme were cred.itably rendered by the porfor riers, and were greitly appreciated by an enithusiastic audience. Tli'] school children contributed some fourtcen items. incluiding action songs, patriotic sngs, drill ind da.ncing. The teacher. 5ir Pren dergast., worked very hard t. i'uakl. tile COliCer. Success, an...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

FOR WOMEN (By "Amrbrosine.") Quite recently (writes "Lady Kitty"), 1 real a lagnificeLntly worded paragraph on the "Folly of giving way to 'Funk " It I.began--"lt is just pure lfunk thilt makes sonic people keep their pulrsestrings tight at the present jun'ture in national affairs,"' and after being wTroughit up to the splendour of th11e scniimient of the paragrgraph, I found it ertnded with an advertisemient for cor sel.-d Xowi tlhi p1aragraph I amn writing i:s raithlO IFo lle samlle unexpected order; i: Iegins with gaiety atnd ends with the \ryv opposite quality-seriousness. I i emlriedl oin thle great adventure of a !opping t:sxpedition in town one day, andi t wi:a what I saw that moved ine to wrie of it. F'irst of all I met a gir!l Irouiliy walking with a youth in lhaki oin either side of her, and the r:lla;,ne of her face mnatched the clanl cur'inig rladianie of her clothes,-yellow bol;, lustatard-colItoured skirt, tomato silk bilou.ite, and a lIirpile hat. A fact, ltouihi I kt...

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M'LAINE—BASSETT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

3I'LAINLE--bAS?'rIT. T'ie manrrinage uf ?ir let',r Mce .illae t. \liss F]lorelice inssett. was celeblrted at StJ. Julo's CIhurcii tf Englaind. 'I'oola.ngi,. oil Wedncsiday. Ocfhbei 21st. ly the lcv. .. i1. Irctt.. of lI(calcsvil'e. The \\'cdding Mli.iclh was pla~ved i' l 3liss .l'1u[r ray. The hride. w\:ho was ,i\'en ;iwa;i.v by Icr fat.h.ir wore n ],ret.t w?hit3 Citroulidered viile gowni. .a1d a. veil of Lcimeri ck lace, ari'a inged )over" ai. wreath of Oria.nie hloSSilk. an' rani " i le.tTil s'.o.:. 1) it ouet of whiie azalc;s. tied with lotng white satith *treamlitrs. Sh,? ilso carried til a. ireLt lir-o - shoc made wit~h white. "margzuerites: mnd twid with riblibin istreaincr., (gifts of. Mrs lKerr, ('liftoI llill). The bride.'ijiidis were .\l i.? I1ihlt I licks (l':ist, lrabhranz), and(. 31isss:, l)t is •tnd 'llelniii Ilissett (sisters If the bride). 3dis) l fliciks wire ai white iviri ]iice dir'i.. n:id c.lrriied ' lioiliillet (if pink roses and aspiit.r gus andll tied withl s...

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ELIMINATION OF SOURCES OF CONTAMINATION IN MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

ELIMINATION OF SOURCES OF CONTAMINATION IN MILK. In considering this subject it seems necessary at the very start to define the sense in which the word contamina tion is to be used. It may be used to nmean the entrance into milk of any and all foreign matter such as dirt or bacteria. In this sense all milks are contaminated, except perhaps some of' the certified milks; but such milks are impractical for general use. On the other hand, we may consider contam ination in a broader sense to mean the pollution of milk with material that is likely to endanger the health of those who use it; such a milk has a danger ous taint; its consumption jeopardises the health of those who partake of it. According to our present knowledge it is not possible to produce milk on a large scale that is uncontaminated in the narrow sense, but it is possible, and profitable as well, to produce a milk that is free from danger to those who use it. It is now quite generally recognised that milk as it cdmes from...

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FOY—FISHER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

O UI---FI/IIt .,. A. very pretty wedding Was cle bIra.tcd on Saturday, October 31, at St. M1arv's Church of England, War burlo,. the vicar (1ov. G. (Iild r) olliciating,. when 2!iss l. .lishel r eliest. doaughter of Mrs \W. Fisher. of "Waverley." W\arlburton. was run iteal in wedlock with iMr Mark Fov. formerrly of Warlrurto;l. lThe Iri lc was given away by) her eldest blro ther, 3lr J. Fisher. and wore a gown of cream clirmicuse satin with coi sage aid ? trunic of ,iimerick lre, and 1pearl trimmin.is. 'liThe bridlcs In.ids wrere Miss Macy Fisher, sicster of tlie bride. anlI thre couslns-'hiss lMatdge i('room. Miss Violet oluinson. andl Miss Elsie ('room. The brlidis rnaidrs wore (r'ess oif white musilin dc-soe. and white i'anm na h't . with iaIc uink scarves and s-ih-l ; a-rid i-rri crd hourluets ,f pink r:ss.: they also wr-- gold Irrooches, gifts of the bridegroom. 31r U. lisher was best, rlianI. .1After IirC crermonriyv a large. e rmiliny sat down to the wedding lreit fa k , at "...

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PLANTS AND NITRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

PLANTS AND NITRATES. Experiment carried out at the Cor nell University Experimental Station has shown that crops differ from one another in iespect of the occurrence of nitrates in the soil on which they grow and that for any one soil the nitrate content is largely dependent upon the crop grown. Field experiments have, therefore, bean conducted with a num ber of crops over a period of six years, and determinations made as to the effect of each crop on the nitrate con dition of the soil. The nitrate content of soil under timothy, maize, potatoes, oats, millet and soy beans was found to be differ ent for each crop on the same soil, and there was a characteristic relationship between the nitrate content of the soil and the crop at different stages of growth. During the most active grow ing period of maize, nitrates were fre- quently higher under' the rmaize,--~tni - in cultivated soil bearing no crop. This may be accounted for on-the assump tion that nitrate formation is stimug lated b...

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Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

Warbuilon rMutual lmprovement and Debating Sociefty The usual weekly meeting 'of the above Society was held on Wednes lday, 4th inst. T'ie evening being excoptiona.lly lihb. only a sma!l num ber of members were in a.ttendance. TIhe usual business Iavine bic-rn dis lposeu of, the dienatfs for the even. ing was called for. the sulbject, io ing. "Should Girls Receive C'om pulsory D)omestic Tr aining ?! The sulbjct, was treated as impromptu, a.ud lwas opened liy Miss Mforrish ih llt nlga.ltive. 'li's Yvmog lady deialtl wit.h i.' subeo'l we 'll ;,i d sk' lfully, n'k 'n: a neIIt sp:e L' ve l p i!td, with igret emplhi-sis iigainst the compulsory part, of tihe suliecl. lMiss Jones, Miss HIicks. Miss 'laire. :and M1iss Noa.r were a.l,lde s:euonders. Mr Kildd led off in favor of tilhe conmpul sory tra;ning. enumcr.lt'ng inst'nllres of badly-kept, Iminos h:e ilald seon. whicil he thoulght was mainlv frii.ni wnant of knowledge. lie \~;ns sup ported by 31essrs? ,Stock. Sirnt.ford, Deaver. and l....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

WDHIDEELIUK LTETL DILWITB Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends fox 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. .'he W NET LIDBL H PAT2ET CEILINflG & OOFITG Co. Ltd i23 QuenOo Stroec, eeolbouBrne. SFor Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, 4 Headache, Indigestion. Delightfu Family Medicine ---00-- Advertise your Chlistmas Goods in this paper. It will pay. ?"--?."-- . -. LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO .; - OLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, S.:"; .I MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, ultton, Corned Booeef, Plor]:a nd Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always on hand. Customers waited upon dail y and orders promptly attended to. Accommodation Houses Specially Catered For. An Up-to-date COOLING CHAMBER is attached to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

W'IIOOP'ING COUGII.--'My little boy had whooping oouglivery badly, says Mrs A. Hlenderson, the Peoples Store, 47 Elgen road, Mornington, N.Z. I tried several cough medi - cines without any of them doing hlirm any goZod, then I tried Cbam berldiu's Cough Zl{emedy and.ho got immuZediate relief.' Sinoo then I ha always kepl)t a bottle of this won derful reuedy by mo.and rmcomeand i to everyone. Sold by J; HIutohinson, Lilydalo; O. Hanson, Millgrovo. Scoth and Al ien, Yarra. Glen; S.11. realdshaw and W.. J. Dawborn, Ioealusville. Slamb.lla'ns £'0~I2 ~Tableb ~ eL· F C Webl U· IYYC Surse F'reeman ' Private Hospital BELLE VUE STREEI', LILYDAL. Specially Equipped Wards for MIDWIFERY, &iEDICAL AND SURIGICAL CASES Midwifery Cases under the Special Supervision of Nurse Freeman. {o Infectiouas Diseses Taken.. W~RMS (MODERATE, ;DN APPIl 0AT1ONIA .? L, L_, A. Stud Notices. HORSE OWNERS Canl sccuro tlheC widest, publicity for thelcir Stud Notices by Advertising in this Journal, which has t...

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MOUNT EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

. MOUNT EVELYN. -4--- (From Our Own Correspondent.) ':Iomeless by Fire On Monday evening of last week the residence of Mir A. Androlini, Valinda Park, was accidentally do? BLtroyed by fire.. Th'e flames. rapidly Sobtained a mastery, antld nothing wa saved. irh and Mrs Androlini and tlhreeo children were obliged to camn; in the barn. Considerable symp:a thy is felt; for tlhe couple who haIve lost their all. The owner of the property is Mr Merritt, of Melbourne, :nd 1 understand that the house is insured. The property was for merly owned by the late Mr Winter, of the 'llcsld,' and hIe made it one of the brightest beauty s-pots in the Shlire. Public Debate A dcbate under the auspices of bhle Progress Association took place ill the Schoolroomn on the 31st .ult. on tile snubject; "Should preierence lie grmnted to Unionists "? Mr A. Anitonio, of Lilydaile, acted as ;Ldju dicator, and the deba.te was carried out by Messrs S. )unsistone. juin.. a.nd ). C. E]vans for thie lfTimhlntiv-e. Sand...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur ideao Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however, aim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Lot it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. People who handle things in every. day 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,-theu secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or forcmn , or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, says of the "Inventors Guide," "I am recom 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 tolling him where be can obtain the "'Inve...

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS. PITMAN—BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

ORANGE BLOiSSOMS. PYI3IN--BEAR. A vecry pretty wedding was cel?I bra.tedi in tlhe Sandringlham IPres byterian Chur,']hi in October 1 th, Iil,wom C .o i Edward Anr hur Pit r"an. l leicst son of 31r :".11l Mrs I'. J. Pitman, of "Dalkeith," Finch. St.., East Malverni. and Miss Lili:ln lMary Isobel -Bear, eldest daughter of M1r W. E. and the lhte K. A. Bear. of "K'oola," Sitdrirlnghlam Rld.. Sandringham. T'hi bride wore r a simptle gown rf ivory calshmere tl. soi witir air under todi.e ats I tr ric of rich shiadorw lce aitII ;a sliuare traini: her veil wi s iarlilra _dil iulder a .rl r lI p a::ni arid colronlet, of Ioranlge oloSSOill. alt sie Wore .an amaethvst, pendant (gift of lheirmnt adntl ut.', Mr aInd Mr.s GCrjy'. 'n r) nr nd .* gold wristlelt. watch (gift, of tite Iridegroom) anad (:r'riCed a. shower I)ouutrli.. The bridesmaids-Miss MAly Pitlmmuani atnd Miss Flrence n Benr -wore maize-colored silk crepe. with tulle bands a.nd bows in tleir .:l.ir, carried p)osies of primnroses an...

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CHARGE OF ASSAULT. NEPHEW SUES UNCLE CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

CHARGE OF ASSAULT. N]JI' llEW SUEI UNTI CLE. CASE DIS.\IISED. AtL the 11, ilydale police court on Fri day last, Fred .(eo. Goodall procaco dd c against, Trhos. Goodall, scon., for unlawful assault at. Lilydcl on 17thI October; Lo wa s also claimed ds Cdalage C. l-]l'rt \as dlso a, c'ross summons agaginst F. U. Gtoodall for having used insulting words. M[r b. E. Ilrayvshav appcared fur the compl.illant. and 31r Tl'os. Ea.les for thle defendant.. wlio pleaded not guilty. Messrs FI I. bithgow (.h'iirinan). T. E. Thi-rison, and T. W. simpson, J.'sP', were on LIi Benclh. The coonpLlinaniit in his evidence sa.id tihat on th~ evening of the 17th October hle was riding towards lhis home on the Soutii W\andiii road, alld lmet dcfendlltaint. who s i "\\'What ]lae Vou been1 saying about 11e 0" \itnisl r pliel 'Nothing," a1nd dc felldanl called hinm oIne In-lil2s tl[ aI u i·1om1limnllemitary i" e i: . l:lIs rlick hini on tlh side and tried to pull hiim Uol his hor.se. Witness rolled t;o the gro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

TO PRESEIIV?E QUINCE. S \\WHOLE OR IN QUARITERS. Pare them linely, put into a ilpan, cover with the parings, and illt the pau with water; cover it close to likeep ill the steam, and silllmmer gently till th tl arce soft and pink. Take them up c:re fully andl drain from the water. Make a strolng syrutp with best loait sugar, boil and skim it; when the quincces are cold put them into this and boil gontly until they look clear, thenl takeo theml up carefully, put into jars, and 1lour ths syrup over.

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RULES FOR MIXING MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

RULES FOR MIXING MANURES. A contributor in a Scottish conteo porary gives sone excelleout advice on this subject. Always have the lmalures in the finest posnsible condition, in order to e?usuro a unif'orm mlllxture. Never Imix amnounltia I:ianii res, iluChllding gu.auio ilnml duug, with liime, lasic slag, or b:aic superlphosphate. 1) not mix nitrate of soda or of lime with superphosphat' or dissolved bones. VIWhen aL mixture contains katinit or sulphate of potashl it becomes sticly .imd pasty on keelC?ping; it may, howe\ver, be used immnediately after mixiig. nmlsic slag shonld not be mixedi with superphosph'ite, but a che mical change takes place, and such a mixture is best avoildedl. All oilier mm:iI ires mtay be used in mixtures, but it is a wise plan niever to store thlemu in a mixedl state. Where two lim:minTuren which should not be misxed mire being temployedl in m garden, apply themmm tin the soil mit ,lifferent tihtes, tlhe itterva:l mot being less than three wseeks.

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THE LATEST "CRANK" IN COW KEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

THE LATEST "CRANK" IN COW KEEPING. Whatever has appeared in the Eng lish newspapers and journals during the past few years relative to mnilk and the milk trade has not been of a quality to afford much satisfaction to those concerned in the calling. Nearly every general andi tradle paper has had evil things to say of the milk producer and dairyman. Hitherto, however, we do not remember that the journals de voted to music and musicians have had a say; but it has conime at last, and, music being the last utterance of Art, one may look for the artistic side of the question when a journal devoted to music touches upon the subject. The June issue of "Music" contains the following gentle and amusing touch upon miatters aftfecting dairying: Pianoforte mlanufacturers may at last assure themselves of an extended per iod of good trade. Even when the play er boom is over they need have no fear, for another opening has been discover edt for the household instrumuent. Mr. John Welford declared at...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT IN THE KIEWA VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT IN THE KIEWA VALLEY. (By W. C. ROBERTSON, in "Joarumnl of Agrioulture.") Passing the Kiewa Post Olice every day during the first week in July, and many days before and after this date, one may notice a couple of large lorries heavily laden with cauliflowers and cabbages. Casual inquiry elicits the inforia tion that the lorries are owned by Mr. WV. Simmons, locally known as "The Cauliflower King," and are on their way to the railway station at Huon, on the Tallangatta to Wodonga rail way, there to discharge and transport their valuable and useful freight to the Albury market. The sample of the vegetable, the large consignments (500 dosen have been consigned in one day) together with the environments, suggested an inquiry, and with this object in view Mr. Simmons' farm was visited and its owner interviewed. The farm is beautifully situated in the Kiewas Valley, seven miles from the nearest railway station, viz., Huon, and is part of the Springvale Estate of 339 acres...

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