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

MELBOURNE LETTER (]rom our Special COorrespondent.) ' Eighteen millions for Australia and four millions of it for Victoria is a prospect that silvers to some extent the lining of the clouds which have over shadow4 the spring festivities Trad ere shoud be able to take heart of grace as to the financial outlook, for, at any rate, tile iml?,lliate future. The removal of the possibility of having to finance the big State undertakings with Australian capital should give impetus to the enterprise which has booeen to a great extent paralysed during the past few months. The drought will pass as all such lean periods do, and there will be as a result of the lessons learned during this tiume of stress, a more earniest and stionuous development of producing and possibly, of mnanufactur. ing ididustries, which will be of im mense all-round benefit. Those who have money to invest-and there are plenty such-haveo no reason to be tim orous. It is, perhaps, a long long way yet to the end of the war,...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

Lilydale Court Roster for.1914. Police Magistrate--Jinuary 2 and 30, F??ebruary 27, March 27, April 2'4, May 22, June 19, July 17, Aug ust 14, September 11, October 9, November 6, December 4. Dr Syme, and ?lcssrs F. 3. Lith gow and W. A. Wharingtlon.-Jan uary 16, February 6 and 20, March 13, April 3 and 17, LMay 8 andl 29, June 13, July 3 and 24, August 7 and 28, September 18, October 2 and 23, November 13<and 27, Dcccn, bor 18. Messsrs I. T. Kingsi, .T. lougclt., T. \\. Simpson, and J. \\'allace.--JIan Iry 9 ;Land 23, lebJru;Iary 13, March 6 and 20, April 10, hay 1 and 15, June 5 and 26, July 10 and 31, Au gust 21, September 4 and 25, Oct ober 10 and 30, November 20, De comber 11.

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NOTES ON CHICKEN-RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

NOTES ON CHICKEN-RAISING. There are a numbeor of methods as regards the actual brooding, which are in constant and successful use, and it is with these it is proposed to deal with the hen to mother the chicks. briefly. First, we have the natural way, Providing a good quiet hen is avail able, this is the simplest and at the sante time, the mlost successful way of raising chicks, in small quantities. For the person who only wants to raise, say, up to a hundred chicks, broody hens will do the work satisfactorily, and at a minimunm of labour. The usual pro cautio:ns as to dusting the hen with insect powder must be observed, as otherwise the chicks will not thrive as they ought. Another method of brooding, the "fireless,"' is still in favour with some people. A '"fireless" brooder usually consists of a box or frame about 20 in. square andt six inches deep. The ''rooef'' or "hover" is composed of a frame wvork of light wood, which carries a piece of blanket loosely stretched across it, so...

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

TURF TOPICS (By "Flemington.") By his running in the Linlithgow Stakes on Thursday of "last week, it was made plainly evident that we did not see the best of Woorak at the just concluded campaign. The Traquair colt ran so badly in the Linlithgow as to suggest the probability that he had started to go off oven before the Derby in which he made such a disappoint ing showing. Woorak is no stayer. Pace is undoubtedly his strong point. But he should not be judged by his recent Flemington performances, since it is clear that he was so much below himself. It is quite likely that we will have \Voorak over here again in the autumn. A race like the Newmarket Handicap sheald he mnore to his liking than dis toanco events, especially on his recent form should lead to his declining a little in the estimation of the handicap per With a nice galloping weight on him, Woorak will dash down the New market straight at a great pace. When Rod Signal and Lesbos meet in the chief juvenile events of the aut...

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

LOSS OF LIME. There is a continual loss of lime every year from the soil, arising from two principal causes. It rapidly sinks down into the subsoil, and then the crops annually carry away a portion from the soil. It is ascertained that the follow ing crops, including grain and straw or tops and bulbs, carry off resprctively: 25 bushels wheat, about 13 lb. lime; 40 bushels barley, 17 lb.; 50 bushels oats, 22 lb.; 20 tolls turnips, 118 lb.; 8 tons potatoes, 40 lb.; 2 tons rod clover, 77 lb.; and 2 tons rye grass, 30 lb. The herbage of pasture lands that have been ieglocted gradually becomes of a fibrous character, affording little nourishment for stock, and the animals who have to live on such poor stuff naturally degenerate in a manner simi lar to the grass; but if such land is suppIlied with proper nourishment in the form of phosphates, and potash, it will in a few years improve in a won derful way, producing herbage which stock can enjoy and fatten on.

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DOESN'T WEAN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

DOESN'T WEAN PIGS. Feed pigs warm swim-milk and when they will take it a little shelled maize saidl Mr. John Imrie before the Wis consin Farmers' Institute Round-up. \We make what we call a "pig creep," by raising the door betweeoon the pen where the mother feeds and the next one, just enough to let the little ones crawl through, putting the milk in a shallow dish or trough, feeding only what they will drink up clean, then elean the dish before feeding again. I wish to say that the food of the sow after farrowing is not given enough at tention by some pig raisers. The mother needs no nourishment for' two days after farrowing, just a little drink, and then increase the feed gradually until she is on full feed by the end of the week. We do not wean our pigs, that is shut them up to wean them. They are weaned in the natural way and never know when they cease to depend on the mother and begin to depend on us for their food. If I had to-wean pigs from any cause 1 would confine the mother...

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

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A, J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS NET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CHARGES BMODERATE. FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest 'Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OE .WORK. JOBBING .WORK A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TEA ROO.S. hBlert Thonal SWISHES to conrny his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener -ous support given him during the past year, which has been very li5b eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. ,NOVELT1ES. .NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. .well .worthy of inspection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP; . Wishing all Patrons the Compli "isnts of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK , Wisl" *: -atimate ,to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing ~oi Business in MAIN ST., and *xaS*r...

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Extension of Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

Extension of Water Supply. Comrn Dawborn, pursuant to notice given, moved at lasi meeting -of the Healesville W'ater Trust. "That in order to improv the water supply in the town ship and to comply with the conditions rod requirements of the State Rivers and Water nupply Department, the 'rust'sengineer and secretary are hereby instructed to pre pare all neoeesary plans, speci ficatious and other data for the (a) Liuking u'p of all water mains as shown on dotted lines on the plan already prepared by the engineer and submit ted to the Trust at its last mueeting. (b) Also for the re moval of all mains- smaller than two inches and substitut. ing same with new two *inch mains. (c) Also the exten sions of the water mains in St. Leonard's road, Harker street, School Hill and Symonas street, which shall also be two inch mains. (d) That this in struction be "immediately car. *ied out and plans, etc., for warded to the State Rivern and Water Supply Department with a request for an early re ply...

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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

LILYDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as tclow: Melbourne, 7.20 am.. 11l.20 a.m., 8 p.m. daily. Money prders--9 till 4. Mooroolbark, Ringwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.-. daily. Iealesville, Y ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.lr daily. Warburton, Y ra, Junction, Laun ching Place, W ri 'Yallock, Wan din Yallock, We- lin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railway Station. is cleared daily p;evrious to trains leaving for Mlelbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. MIoney Order Office closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mlails and Rlegistered Mails close at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. \WARB URTON MAILS. Mlails .lose for Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale, 3.15 'p.m. daily. lleceived from MIlbcornae a.d Lily dale at 11.45 a.,m. and 8.15 p.m. daily. Mails close for l~Plahon's Creek and- Valsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Mondays, 'Wednesdays and 'Fridays SIlIRE COUNCILS MIEET: Lilydale...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

Local Information P'ENNY I'OSTAGdCE. The now postal rates, including the penny postage on Ictlers, came into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. Thle reduced rates are as fol low: THROUGHOUT THE COMMBION WEALT AND PAPUA. Letters, id per ½oz. Letter Cards, single, lid each. Do. reply, ld each half. Post Cards, single, id each. Do. reply, ld each half. Printed Papers, 0Od per 20oz. Books, prinllted-Outsidle Australia, 01 per ,loz.; in Australia, Odd per ,Iagazines-'.rinted in Auslralia, 0Od lY,2r 8oz.; outside Au~stralia, 0?d per loz. "Hansaid," 0ld per 120oz. Commercial papers, patterns, sam ples and merchandise, Id per 20os. OVERSEA DOMINIONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New lcbrides. Id. per Aoz. NEW ZEALAND AND TIlE 1SLANDS. The iates of New Zealand, Fiji, and British: Solomon Islands are: Letters, ld per ioz. Post Cards, single, ld. Do. reply, Id each half. Letter Cards, single, ld. Do. reply,...

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

litt.h d'iuglihtc wh.n 11 i z' nt. s t"1.o 11a1 \ir\L ill with dyc.-iicnt.lry,l - S ,-s Mr WVm:. F.. Lung, "Iose Villu,1 '?on den St., Nwtow Nx,S.W\. "'lly' wifoe wa? tlld4 of Clianmbcrlain's Colic and l)iorrhoca Iemincdy >and I got. a bottle ait once. Wheln \we gave; it to the child as directIed, ialtr si. doses the dysentery lct lher: her apietite returned andald sli had Ull the energy of na healthy chlild." Sold by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale.; J. t. Murray, Seville; Scott and Al len, Yarra Glen.; J. Buohanan, Yarra Junotion. Dancing and Physical Culture Classes. ?ROYDON 3lEClIANICS! INSTI TUTE. Childrcn, from 4 to 6 pam. Six. penco per lesson Adults-D1)ancing Class 7.45 to 0.45 p.m. 12s Gd per term of 12 lessons. Terms: Iu advance. MISS LAWRI,2NCE and MIISS KIRK will opouen classsc a bove * Chatuborrlai's 'L~::i Tablets WOWl· A'rlIPTIOM(U i I He talked or this ,hle talked of that, lie talked of everylthinug; -[ talkedl like twenty phonographs, And then began to sing. "But yesterd...

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

SILVAN. " (From Our Ovwn Currcir:olIdent.) .-. New Clhurch Christ, (hurcii, iilvyu, was con secratec - for public wLrship 1? .\rch bishop Clarke last Suldtly. Pro ceedings commeinced at, 10 a.in. by L (!ihisteninig ,conducted by the vicar, the ]c\'. . (;ildcr, who us sist'd dur'ng thle s.rvice which fol lowed. 'l'he bui)dng was filled I,L ,ivrllowini g Iv an inltrested con trcgatiotn, wllicill comiiiprised InoLy M th,.dst, Li. nds in l v:it, ri from Ceville aidtl Wandlin . The bishop *rteaclld tiil clquent strom?on, at t]? l.so if' which heli read tihe diitC'umint furinmelly dedicating th,. ed ii e, imd iongratulated ithe colln''rcgatouil oil their success in possessing, aLfter onic yeaLrs (f effort, L ('a hlrch priC licallv free from debt.. Yeven young ieoplll froml Seville were conlirmed. l'he buildini g will !e a decided :Lc luisition to l ilIvan archi 'cture. and its ecectioil relelcts grre't credlit uponi) the h lhurcoh cOlllittee, p):rt.icul'rly MIs \Visenitln. w"ho las (I nI ...

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SOMEBODY'S BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

SOMEBODY'S BOY. Soncebondy'5s hey t the war lI?~ gone.: Amollng the dlead you'll find Iim, Cruished dhn'n by iron shot mid shell, Witlh bluod-staineid sword L lhind him. And the face-thm.t ws fair in citill hliood' days Lies undller tlih I:l. Ilo:-n`s gl tr .1hm,ngled and stern in thlii rage of War W\\';tl every soul ,uls hitler. Soimebody weptl, when]ll i niarihed away To war fields dark i id gory; -resh te'r, will fall who rlih1 retnl! - tl hoe thlll e s:ld. Lsad story. Solmibiody ' a ltur. was .?ad Lt-lt dlay 'iTiougl l lif f d i1'[ irutlln wore sound in. IFor the glintl, of stcol \was.tll S l i" fr 'IThe foin:ill',s ealii) psuiiiUntliding. uSome mctl?her's. boe a tJli war has gollne < Wiith ith.e llg iLe nusur'hd:l to batl ,i And then, fronm the field to a naenl lo~s grave IHe passed with the cannon's ItLttle. I) winter whids, nimeui reluieni low, For love no more can bhind himn So?llc Illther's boy to tim wtar liis .grllCe, i?d there with tile dead you'll flnd hiii. ...

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Garden Fete and American Tea. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

GardenFete and. A~ierican Tea. A (;arden ;Fete and Aince;ican a?_l in connection with SI. Jo]'sn, Lily dale, was held in the Vicarage grIniicds -n Saturday lst, 7ith inst and proved a gre' success. being' larg.ly attbendel.. '11h tenn:s court was t,,u'ned into a fuiry bower, bc ing festooned- with flags of the Al lies aid.I hling wi.th, J1'uII"se .J II teorns, which]i brightly illiuinated Ithe sorene at night. The ,various stas ' id (( bris'.c busiulis- and were iirr'ulg'ed as tollows :- 'l'he CGift till.-lcsdameisc. Poste, ad. HIopkins; It-fi:shln·net Ils,\.r, 'Sscets. 2ndI Chrstmis Tr.e -( rl r PIriendly Society; We 'ghlt guessingF Hoolp-l·, and (Quits-C'hiiirch of England Men's So'iety. IThle coninl:ctitions for flumers, ak~es: t u., we:e k lenly cont.tsce. the prize-winners I hilg :--est bowl of cos:s-- llis .I:?t r; 1est hunch of swetL peaI q--Mrs' (,. EI. Smnith; fest thrie lins:ei e-ts . Cook; 1est iriang'tl specin c.1-1.\l Stretch ; DLst \Victoi: ii, nlwicls i nd best Rwiss ...

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A.W.N.L. Convention [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 13 November 1914

A.W.N.L. . Convention 'Thle Women's Christian Temper ance Union-whose world's presi dent is Countess of Carlisle, Austra lian president Lady Holden, and State president Mrs J. Downing held its twenty seventh annual con vention last week in the Independenf Church, Colliris street, Melbourne. The Convention opened on Monday evening by a great public meeting in the Auditorium, Mr \W. G. Finlay son, M.HI.R., in the chair. Addresses were given by the chairman, Dr Har vey Sutton, of the Education Depart. ment, and Mr S. Mauger. Quar tettes and other fine musical items were rendered. O.s Tuesday morning -the State president, Mrs Downing,delivered the president's annual address. Reports wvere read. In the afternoon papers were read on Free Kindergartens, purity and moral :education, work among cadets and soldiers. A very fine address was given by Mr Spen cer on "The protection of children." Discussions followed and the follow ing resolutions were unanimously adopted :- I. That the authoriti...

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

UIUI0CII SERVICES Roman Catholic--lst Sunday in the month-Mass at Lilydale, 9, 1lit chamn 11; 2nd Sunday, Ringwood 9, Lilydale 11; 3rd Sunday, Mitcham 9, Lilydale 11; 4th Sunday, Croy don 9 Lilydale 11. Church of Engl:nd--Lily'd.alo 11 & 7 p"m.; Yering 3 p.m. Methodist Church--Lilydnlc, 11 and 7; Wandi', 3 and 7; Scvillu, 11; Gruyere 3; Evelyn 3; Yering, 2.30. Presbyterianu Clhurch--Lilydale 11 and 7, Croydon 3; Ringwood 7 p.m. 1Baptist Church-Lilydale 11 and 7 ; Panton Iuill 3 p.m; Croydon 11. Church of Christe--Croydon 41 .sld 7 p.m. Salvation Army-Lilydale 1i1 a.m.; Yarra Junction 3 p.m. SUBSCRIBERS are reminded that their Iaymcnts are now due, and are respectfully requested to forward samb to this olticc. Annual Sub scriptions for Ipapers posted from oflice and paid before end of ye. (Gs.); overdue subscriptions will L chargio 2s per quarter.

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 20 November 1914

WARBURTON. Cricket.-Another effort to aceli matise crickect'in this land of stumps is to be made. Tennis and 'two-up"' havo their devot2cs in their res - pective spheres of society, but for the man who likes a spice of tdangcr with his sport there is nothing sa fer than cricket-if you can only find time for it. There's thý rub. What is needed is a cduple of scts [of iets in the centre of the town ship, so tlhat at any spare moment a. couile of playcs ctln obtiainquick p?a'tiee with hu bat. and ball. We have a re:re:.Lien r.:se-vo lying idle, ix ept, flot .na'tl fo: gool grazing. liossibly it will be leased by the \Waiburon-1h leourne .Mountain A'r Excursion Coy., as the only prac ticable landing-place for the ar craft. T'iunber inidustrv.-''There ;;r, t ll four mil:s engage'l ful a.ll d ther, is sne propplcLt of thre- o:l1ers re iulllini Ib folr XII'rs. T'he neIt ta. tions bctween the sawmiill-r an l.th1: (iovernment have not re..lultc:l in any definite arrangemen1t to dlit?. 'Ihe m...

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WOORI YALLOCK [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 20 November 1914

WOORI YALLOCK -- +--- From Our Own Correspondent. fIllings are quiet. here jeul't',low. except ill tlhe lirvwood bulsiness. which', judging by the bullock ;and horse teams employcd cirting wood to the local mills, seems cdo be in full swing with -oirders. Mr Speer~s met wilth . nas.y ac c(id(ent. while ibenchling wiid ait. hIis saw-mill on 'londag.y by his hand c(oming nt conianrt witlh t ." s w. ;nIl hlvin i t mi n t'sfo:lune to 1sec (,\o f lit i's inigers. 'The war is Ih Cenierl.i t C pi" hele ais L'vtr''liitre l ipresenii. T'lip diily :a.Ie,;( ;,ro oageiiy h. aitoe l C: i m1-1 niing. Il cni ptpiir: oif (ih i i',iildte' " by ile tf tIhe shills of !ibt Austrt lian navy cim1e us a glrot Iirprisr * -speCtially to t ohe Grlonua iedLelts lhero i Altllhough b'ieekiciil. the tl evere storm which occurred liere (n Sat inrdaii. (iirs'd imuchli d'iing t i b dolle to,. soille of the crops ,)of po Iitolos and millet, S:\'veril p didcrk Ihiav\ lildt deep trenches wiashed tlhroughli them. Thle ...

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CONCERT AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 20 November 1914

'CONCERT AT LILYDALE. By Dorcas Street Choir. A grandl concert wras held on Tutts day evening, when thb members of the Dorcas St-eet (South Melbnurne) 1'resb\ terian Ch'l-ir- e-aierilaincd the music 1Ivers of Liilydale.. The fame of this organrisat ion of voc ilists and inst!rumntalists hal pro ered then anl r.sual'e:l in the Athenacum JE111 being lillled by v arnppre-i tv.a a.ud inr'e. After tha. Rev. 11. 3M. Blrans haIl. welcomed t'.e vis't rs Io ,ily daI" lir e'he hir randered Inudel's "And the (ilor"' in hLicir usuallilne lllllarn)llioullls ;ainnra r. raid 1 s c vetry loudly appllanaid.d. 0'ol s w?\(r r.n - dlredl by liss A. KinRi ("Soullewhlere a. Voice is ('nil'rig). Mr \htrtin ("Nirvana.), Dlss (. I hitlton ('L.a.nd of HIop., andl (il ar" '). a-h of wlt'chl "m.s rmurach i'a.'aeeitel t aad tie a snr; or's ca lled. back t' give ?varcores. S'la tiins from ?:t in rs IS aghoer of .-a.iras. "Awake 'Thon Trhr[t S''.ep est. "Love D)ivine,"' and "'fo Hiau Who Left His '.hroneac wgr. g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 20 November 1914

1. .· M Sbmlals ~I owcl Tabkb esk~ v*) mL· w--C L -W\hAT ARE YOU DOING 4 \VH1AT ARE YOU DOING ? Send YOU?1J AD. ALONG, YOU1L AI). ALONG, And we'll introduce a lot of friends- 'People you have not met before- People who live here in this distriot- People you ought to know-People with money to spend. If your store is a good store, and your;goods are the right goods LET TIlE PEOPLE KNOW I LET THlE PEOPLE KNOW\.I We can help you there. This paper is. read by thousands, and your ,.d. in its columns will be read by thousands, too. It goes into nine out of tLo homes in the im portant and growing districts it serves. SEND YOUR PRINTING I EltE SiND YOUR PRINTING HERE Publio Notices. MR L R. M'GREGOR DENTIST, (Lato of 123 Collins-street, Melb.) PROGRESS CORNER, LILYDALE. Visits YARRA GLEN every 2ndand 4th Thursday, and may be consult ed at the Grand Hotel from 2 p.m. till 5.p.m. Residences visited by ap. pointment if required, if within rea sonable distance from station. SILVAN--Ith Tuesday i...

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