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MELBA CONCERT AT HEALESVILLE. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. PATRIOTIC FUND BENEFITS BY £200. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

MELBA CONCERT AT HEALESVILLE. ?4 ENT'l I 1tSASTIC lRECEPTION. J'A'[I 11OTIC 'FUND BENE''FITS BY 1200. Ilurt's hall, Ilcalesville, was on Friday night last packed to its lt. iimost capacity, at 10s (id anid is for siats, withi a'i enthusiastic tiid ionce, with laidame Mlelba, as the presiding bright punid shining stir, others foremLnost in the constellation being Mr I" recderick Collier and Mr John i enunonc. A special train was charti ercd to iinuvey visitors from Lilydale anid stations to Hllealesvi Is back after the concert, and a, giood nmiiberi availed tlcihemselves of the opportunity of again ihearing the star aiind her talented company. Bright lights shone over a scene of expectant enthusiasim. and as tihe concert eoinmmnced with ithe singing of the tirst, verse of the National Atntlhem by l"r Frederick Collier, and taken up by the audience and perfornmers, with tings gaily waving, the efflect was grand. Mr Ernest Mitchell, theI great singer's- brother, ga the song. "1 Know a ...

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READ AN ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

REAl) AN ADVERTISEMENT. "I sufferod a good deal with head achels. and tried almost everythling without: getting relief," writes Mr Joseph II. Leef, W1lirinaki, N.Z. "I had read an pldvcrtisement on Cham berhiin's Tablets, and thought they would d?o mui good. I boughbt a box, and can truly say n'my head aches were relieved after a few doses. Everyone to whom I havo recommended Chamberlain's- Tablets has benefitted by their use." Sold by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale, C. IIa.nsen, Millgrove; Scott and Allen, Yarra Glen; S. II. Bradshaw and W. J. Dawborn, Healesville. Messrs F. II. Brunning Pty. Ltd. have just landed a large stock of Jadoo Fibre, whiclh can be supplied in tins and bags. Jadoo is an ideal potting compost ; it is not a fer tiliser, but a substitute .for earth, an improvement upon earth, a mate rial in which not only one, but evq ery variety of plant will grow more rapidly, produce finer blooms and foliage, remain in more uniform health; and require less care and attention than...

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CRICKET. LILYDALE v. M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

CRICKET. i IL.Y DA LE, v. 31.CC. A tleaun from M.C.C. visited Lilv-y Ithl ot N alaturdavy last to try coi •lusions wilh Clh loca. clu, 0)Wood house smn i pult mos ofs the Lily iblIites to .the riglitabout, taking 7 wickets for 35 runs. H is bowl ing was? - revelation to mlost, of the 'Dlale boys. as h m hs a. for nidjatle leg break, with a. good length adi variety of pace. Lily dilin scored only 71, of which; tim veltan Bob 3Morton, Iot ting splen dlic'y. net te, 51 niot out. The local boys did well to gelt 'id of cightl, of 31.('.C. for 112, as the visitors had sunle good hatsn.in. Scores: Lilvdale. A. Desclhnrp, I) Woodhouse ... 0 W'. 'Ivwn. . Woodhousoec....... 12 \V. Maddenl h Munr.c... ... 1 C. 'ladden. stpd. I Woidhouso 0 RI. \orton. no t. out ... ... 51 Noden, e. b \'oodhouse ... O Fenton, h \\oodhouse ... ... 5 l[uttonii, c. b ]nutine ... ... 5 Eules, h \\o odhouse ... ... 0 I`: D)eschaqnp. 1) Woodhouse, ... 0 Jelauls. ru t out ,... ., ... ',1 Sundries .... ... ... U Total. ...

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M'MAHON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

M'MAHON'S CREEK. - '., nwn Correspondent.) (PrunmI ý.,,. A meeting of residents Was held here on aturday evening; Noveeh her 21, to make a lpresentation to thie brothers .\. and A. N. Jans who ihave joined the second expe ditionary force, of a wristlet watch each. 'The presentation was niadt Ja a. sociaI and supper, a very pleas ant eveling being spent. The pres enls were made on behalf of the ICsidenits by v Mr C. Unger, who in (, few wcll chlosen words wished Ihoin (God speed andl a. safe return. Alr (1, Sparke and others made a. few reilarks, landI wishetd I them a atfe journey and happy return. 'iThe supper was given by Messrs Sparke Ii s,, of tIhe teefl nn i[utel. who deservie verV imlich/i praise foi" the excellence of their catering.

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

RINGWOOD MARKET. ). I.1 1'Clellaud and Co. report: --Mlarket heavily stocked. Mlilkers, to 1,10; fat cows, light. to Lt 5i springters, to L7 5s; store cows, to I2 17s lid; line of good iheifers, to I,2 Is; other lines, down to L1 12s tGd; choppers. to L3 15s, all meeting with ready sale. Pigs. Baconers, to L1; porkers, from 31s to .11s, according to size and qual ity: slips. to 1s: suckers, to 12s Gd: calves. light, to 12s Gd. Fowls. -Cockerels, to 5s 9d pair; hens, from 2s 3d to ts 3d; chickens. from Gd to Is Id: ducks. to us id for table birds; others lower. Horses. -Our special inspection for military horses on iSaturday lists was a, great succss, considering the class of yarding offered. At out last regu lar sale only nondescripts were yard. ed, for whicht prices were low.

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

CROYDON. From Our Own Correspondent. ' lie news that a pound is about to be again established in lhe neigh borhood of Croydon is makin' the cow pests feel albashed. VWould the aclt of a little more ]police super vision in the township cau se tihe vagrant class of humanity to lbe less in evidenee? We are having more than a fair slhare of tramps, sonicme very C udesirable. lThe annual examination fur quail fving and merit certificates was held in the Croydon and MIontrose schools (as well as in other centres) on Tuesday. 21tli November. It is to bie lhoped that a higher elementary school will be established in the district. so that qualilied ipupils can take up furlther courses after leav ing the eleminentary schools. Mr C. E. Campbell. of Kilsy~tlh, whol Iiis joined the second expedi tionary force. was on -aturday night, euterliined and presented with a smoker's outlit and money bag. e\essrs Tomkins. 31'Naughton. and Laingley. represeontative of the Fruit growers' Association and Pro...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Do you want to help the dentist Then be sure to bite off all the threads while sewing and to crack all the bard nuts with your teeth. He will, or ought to be, very thankful to you. Do not patronise travelling opticians. They seldom know anything about the business, but are often bold bluffs. Glasses which do not fit the eye re more iiijurious thhn none. The aes arc too valuable to be tampered with. As you find articles needing mend ing, put them all in one basket or bag with the patches, etc., necessary for the work; then some day when you want to think or to listen to reading, get these out for work that will not need thinking about. -Fill your salt and pepper shakers by scmeans of a funnel, and save scattering the salt andi pepper about. A funnel is also useful for separating the yolks and whites of eggs. The white will run through the funnel, leaving the yolk in the upper part. A little table on wheels to trundle things in and out from the kitchen to the dining-r...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

lieidil.s W'lio are miemters of hlie lilydale I 'rogress Association, aii tihose who ought to be, are rce minded thI it a m1etting will be Leld at the Library, Athenaeum ]Hall, Lilydale. on hlonday evening next, p.t 8 p.m., whenl important business is to ie considered. A sale of gifts was held oni Wed nosda.y afternoon and eventing in aidl of missions ini (,oiiectLioI with thl I ilvdale ]'reslyterian Church. 'tite tjopening ceremony was performedt by Miss Todd. of Melbourne, at 2.30. tFanyer work.. sweets. Ilowers. ice creamii, and v'lrinos .other things we:e on sale. Buisiness was brisk during the afternoon, and aigain in the eveniig. when additional attractions. in the shlklpe of nail driving. iquilts. aid pitting the fail on the don key, interested the people. Finetin cially the sale exceeded expecta tLions. Cricket.-Lilydale Distriet Eleven joir-ey to 3l.C.C. to play that club Itheir iiannual maitch oil Wedtnesday next, 9Oth inst. I !bi" commentcs at 11,30 it.min., and a good dr...

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SEEN FROM AN OBSERVATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

SEEN FROM AN OBSERVATORY. (By Old Father Time.) Yes, but it is decidedly different when the romantic lover turns into a rheumatic husband. .The dove of peace is flying high to get out of the way of warring arero planes. A poor compromise is usually better than a big lawsuit. Whien you and your neighbors all agree, 'tis then the lawyer gets no fee. 'The girl with a pretty dimple sees a lot to smile at. Some of ous can beat George Wash ington in one particular at- least-he couldn't tell a lie. If all work and no play makes Jackt a t dull boy, then all play and no'work makes him entirely too sharp. Vorry is the clock that always sounds the alarm long before rising time. Luck looks for something to turn up; labor turns it up with thought and a spade. "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

AUCTIONS. SAC VULI)RD.Y. Dl.ECEMBIdlR 12., \t itu'ee'o'ilock. Onl tih Estate, 'Ahnost adjoinin lhailway Station, L lAY S WA TER. To fill I great demand, ilMr Will. W?oodminasonl has instructed us to S (LL, in Subdivision. his Mag niiiceent 31IELRIOS lE DOWNS .ESTATE. 31ELIIOSE 1)OWNS ESTATE, Subdivided into SMA LI, F.\ARMS. TOWNSHIIP LOTS GA]II)EN iI)lE BLOCKS, OICHAIl)D ]BOCKS. LLOWVEIi iAl01 II11LOCKS. \WEEK-END) ,'AILS. Nobnody in search of really Fi'st class Land, close to a Station, in an incie:tsn -ly p.pn'ar location, should fail to avail himself of tihe lchance to acquite oine of these blocks. 'IF MAIiKABILY EASY TEIRIS. viz.: ,t:5 DELPOS.IT and 20s MONTIIILY. L5 IE)ll'OSIT ad 20s 0IN'I1LY. ]ri'esleetive of Size or lPosition of I the ]Block.: (let a, olklet l'han of this Grand Es'tate frotn COO(I1 Ll, & IIAUGII . T, 7) Swanston st:eet.; C. J. SCOTT, Bayswater. s.ATIR llDAY. DIECEMBER 5. u., :I p.m. At Olinda .hotel, Lilydale. LI L.\DAIli ANDI) MON'I'IROSE PRO I ,ER' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GN. PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVEN 335 YEARS. MAGNI ER'S Pure French Grape SBRAN DY Cognac.. S Th Original House;of STEWART, Edinburgh Stewart s:=inuh A TTFounded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP A " 6~DRINK STEWAhTS 3": LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE TIlERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID.- ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. APPLY TO DALGETY & CO., LTDI, MELBOURNE. Send Sd in stamps for a large Free trial bottle of the life-giving Vitadatio It ecceedes where dloctors fail. It aoon cures Briiht't Disec.i, Hytadids, Liver troubles De - . G bility. Chronlc Indigestion. In- "t seessin, sad iesosmeeeble other nihmn?:t,. GET" 'ADA/ICE (FREE) from S. A. PALMER 449 Flinders Lane. Melbourne. Vic, Ad Stores 56 bIe THE BALANCING CARD TIC{ \onderful but qq, i c ey No skill er practice ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

97R -ARCH THE BEST IN THE WORLD lib I l i 1 Carl'on[ _... ..... 4 to 5 lb t' Parcel INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES Stud Notices. - HORSE OWNERS Can secure the widest publicity for their Stud Notices by Advertising in this Journal, which has the Guaranteed largest circulation in the Lilydale and Upper Yarra Shires. -a--z S~fTUB CLAJRDS NEATLY, CIIEAPLY AND EXPIDITIOUSLY PiRINTED at the EXPRESS P1RINT ERY, CASTELLA St., LILYDALE. THE CLYDESDALE STALLiON PRIEMIER M'NABB Will Stand this Season at "TRIALEE," YA1lllA GLEN, And travel the Sunrounding Districts See Cards for Full Pedigree. TERMS-1 Guineas; half on ser vice, and balance when mare proves in foal. C. I. W111TE, Yarra Glen. To Stand this Season at Lilydale. THE CLYDESDALE STALLION LOCKNAW HERO (Imported from New Zealand, G. J. lBourke's) LOCKNAW 11ERO, by Locknaw (im ported, and entered in Vol. VI, of Scotch O. S. 13.), who won second prize at Stranraer in 1885, in a class of 40 of the best hoarses of that day in Scothlaundl grand...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS Applications for grant of letters pa tent, which have been lodged in the following names, have been accepted by the Commissioners: Mesers G. G. Turri and Co., Patent Attorneys No 1, of Australia, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, have prepared this report from the official records: Inflating Motor Car Tyres.-The in ventors us..a capsule of chemical from which gas under high pressure is pro ducedl. To inflate a tyre, the nipple of the containing vessel is attached to the tyro valve, then a handle is struck. This causes a spark which lights the material which produces the gas, which forces itself through a filter pad. The tube which allows the gai to enter the tyre is regulated by a screw plug. This method of pro cedure is a quick one, and it will be easy for those who have motor cars to carry. a number of small capsules containing the chemicals.-Mesars iE. A. Smith and W. Withers, Victoria. Steering Motor Ploughs: The in vdntor describ...

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LILYDALE SHOW. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

LILYDALE SIHOW. tTo the Editor.) Sir,-1 was surprised to see by your coltumns that th, Lilydale Show Conimittee have bee sito clhicken hiearted ais to ;abanldon tlha annual fixture at I.ilydtllc this year. Surely there colt fivi Irte een means found to rilt ihet show otn smaller lines, by cutting dllown the prize money and the, nimlr of sections. There dues [iot. sceu to h:A've been a u.-; geslion in this direction, tot i oat c.rk evictntiy be in,. 'Things are bad; chuck it. up.'i t think the Lilydale societyi is the lirs-t I have heard of abatrtdoing their show. The principlc everywhere has been to keep thing.. going at any price, and don't get down-hicartod, Things. L will admit, are fIar fromt good as regarls o'cltrdihts' outlook, but tiis part was lracetically onlyv a. side line a?l the shiow. "'i lie horse events were the thing. inal took. anld I don't Ithink net)y of those wir.1 ' have jumple s. t rot t ?rs, etc,. would have wtillhh ld ntrlies tll 8t 0 0t?0ln of tile bad ins n...

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THE DENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

THE DENTIST. " Flo well deserves a laurel wreath, the man who tinkers with my teeth, when they are out- of plum; he plugs them up with melted lead, and soothes my swelled and aching head, and heals the tortured gum. 'Upon his skill your com fort hangs when you have trouble with your fangs, and seldom does he fail; his shining instrument he wags and draws the old insurgent snags, then draws his slice of kale. No more you hear in dentist's room the shrieks of those who dread their doom, of those whose souls are sick; the patient calm ly sits and smiles, the while the den tist with his files and pincers dqes the trick. How different in olden days! The dentist then hdil playful ways; he sat upon a bench, and took your head between his knees, and, muttoring, "Look pleasant, please," he plied his monkey wrench. It took six men to hold me down when he adjusted bridge and crown, or plugged a hollow fang, and travellers could hear me roar away upon the distant shore of Yang-tse kiang. But no...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXVIII. LORD BELGRAVE GOES TOO FAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

--THE . MASTER PASSION. ICHAPTER XXVIII. LORD BELGIRAVE GOES TOO FAR. Whilst Val Beresford was drifting to wards perdition on the bosom of the Thames, Ida Duval was as surely drift ing anywhere but heavenward as she strolled through the deepening shadows with Lord Belgravo by her side. She was not listening to him, not even thinking of him; her heart had sunk in deepest dejection, and her mind was fully occupied with wondering whether she had been really an important fac tor in Beresford's ruin. To saycgood bye to a friend is always a trying pro ceeoding, especially if that friend hap pens to be the only one you have, and he tells you that it is on your account that he is going into exile. Was he afraid for her- The colour deepened in her checks, whilst her heart beat fast, but not with love, He was very lear to her, as a true comrade in mis fortune, but only one man had the power to stir her pulses, and it was not Beresford, nor yet her husband. "You are tired," said Belgrave pre s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

E. A. ATHFRTON Oentral.iL~ash. Store A GREETING To Our Customers and Friends. Wear hero to stay. We are here to mreek a success. We like the country and the people. We like Our Busi nosess, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. THE. BEST GOODS and THE LOWEI PRICES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. Flrst-class Vain' in DRAPERY CLOTHING. BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY SCROCKERY - GROCERIES -Orders Delivered all over the District. Don't forget the Address: E. A. ATHERTON Y'ARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The National Cattle Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur - ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY' A.NYTIlNG,-: - IIELP' YOUR NEWSPAPER. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PRINT ING. If you do not feel able to run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envel6pes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps him to pay his printers ...

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DOG LOVE FOR MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

DOG LOVE FOR MAN. A dog looks up to man as though he were a god, and it is pathetic when we thiink how many dlog owners come far short of the Olympian stature, and of being worthy- of that mute idolatry. Yet slan is the holder of creation's patenot of nobility, to be considered a little lower than the angels, and a dog is-only a dog, and can not emanei pate himself from his affliliation with the beasts. A stick is nothing to a dog till a man has laid his hand upon it and thrown it for him to retrieve. Straightway that fragment of a dead branch be comes invested with all manner of de sirable attributes. It is something to be clung to till the teeth break, if ne cessary, so that the way a dog "hangs on'' has become a proverbial expres sion for tenacity. There is nothing in the prospect of a walk all by himself to tempt a dog to roam abroad; but let a man ask him if he wants to go for a walk, and no comfortable place by the inglenook has any temptations for him. He is at oneoo a spring...

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THE MAN WHO LAUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

S PR.': M b AU GHS ' 5here are several great divisions iii th'tirnmy of mankind, with innumer able sub-divisions. Roughly spcaking, we may call them the unhappy, the apathetic, the cynical, and the coura gcous, or those who dare to face fate with a smile. if we may judge by appearances, the first division is far and away the larg est. It is astonishing, as we walk the streets, ride in the cars, or look from our windows upon the passing crowds, to lind so many faces sober, sad or utterly devoid of life or radiancy. Chance conversations accidentally over heard, even those intended for our own ears, bear out this lugubrious testi mlony. It is a truth which none of us can gainsay, that the incidents and episodes of life are not as a rule con ducive to hilarity or happiness, if we take thlm at their face value. Sin gularly enough, the mass of -humanity looks not more deeply into its enforced experiences, and so forfeits the rich kernel of the hard nut. It is rather more hopeful, however,...

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THE MAN WHO KEEPS HIS HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914

THE MAN WhO KEEPS HIS HEAD. (Britain's Motto: "Business as Usus, _,._ There's a man who fights for England, and he'll keep her still atop, He will guard her from dishonor in the market and the shop, He will B sve her homes from terror on the fields of Daily Bread, Ho's the man who sticks to business, He's the man who keeps his head. Let the foe who strikes at England hear her wheels of commerce turn, Let the ships that war with England see her tactory lurnace burn; For the foe most fears the canons, and his heart mast quails with dread When behind the man in khaki is the man who keeps his head. Brand him traitor and assassin, who with miser's coward, mood Has his gold locked up in iecret and his larders stocked with food, Who has cast adrift his workers, who lies sweating in his bed, And who snarls to hear thelaughter of the man who keeps his head. Let the poor man teach the rich man, for the poor man's constant strife, Is from day to day to seek work, day by day to war with life, A...

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