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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
COURTS OE PETTY SESSIONS. Healesvila.-Every Thursday, at 10 a.m. Lilydalo.-Every Friday, at 9.30 3.m. Warburton.-lvery Saturday, at W30 a.m. Clerk of Courts.-Mr T. B. Wade. Police Magistrates.-Dr. R. IH. Cole and Mr H. Morrison. District Justices.-F. B. Lithgow, Coldstream; R. H. Henty, Wonga Park , k I. and Dr. A. E. Syme, Lilydale- J. Rouget, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; H. C. Bridger, Croydon; C. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; W. Privett and W. Jolliffle, 11ealhsvilla ; H. Ewart, IHoddle's Creek; J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, WarburtonJ J. H. Thomp son, M.A., Silvan; A. G. Buller, West Warburton; Jac. HIunter, Bee nak; T. 3V. Simpson, W. A. Whar ington; A. E. T. Payne Lilydale; Richard 3. Kelly, Croydon; David Blair, Hazeldene.
BOLDNESS AS AN IMPERATIVE VIRTUE IN LOVE AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
BOLDNESS AS AN IMPERATIVE VIRTUE IN LOVE AFFAIRS. Following are extracts from essays in a prize taking competition: "You naughty thing, Mr. Pendenys, you put the idea into my head, and you are really responsible for the re sult. I've hooked him-I mean he has proposed to me at last. I'm sure that nobody would take me for a day over thirty, or, say, thirty-five; and as I walked out of Acadia Villa on August 2nd, I really looked quite girl ish. I had on my new petunia blouse -such a love 1--my green velvet skirt and my sweet little pork pie hat, which I had done up with a mert valuable ostrich feather which Uncle James lett me, and which I have had died red. 1 flatter myself that I looked most lady-like; and even that cat, Mrs. Brown, next door, was struck, for when I came by she was looking out of the window, wasting her time, n= stead of looking after her nasty child ren, but called her husband, and they both stood on the step and watched me out of sight. I never saw two people look ...
SHY PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
SHY PEOPLE. The following are seome extracts from essays in a prize competition: Men suffer from shyness much more than women; there is scarcely to be found such a thing as a shy woman. I know the generally accepted idea is quite the reverse. Women are sup posed to be gentle, of the clinging ivy or startled fawn description, while men are firm, courageous creatures, with superior nerves.--Extraot from Essay by Dorothy Stocks. Like a cold in the head, shyness is never recognised as ait serious coin plaint; it is merely the motif of many a good joke, and the mainstay of the practical joker. Those who suffer fromn this fell disease seek desperately for solitude; they dodge the genial after noon caller, they skip behind trees to avoid the gardener, and feign interest in plumbers' windows rather than risk a possible chat in the street.-Exract from Essay by Christabel Marshall. Sometimes shy people are the nicest, and by no means the worse for hiding their lights under bushels; far be it ...
PRISON DE LUXE FOR GERMANS EPICURES OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
PRISON DE LUXE FOR GERMANS EPICURES OF THE SEA. A correspondent, writing from Car diff, says: In contrast to, the treatment of Eng lish people in Germany, who have been called spies, placed in prison and gen orally shown me consideration, is the treatment accorded the German prison ors at Cardiff. There are altogether 217 German pri soners, and they are all seamen. When I saw them in their comfortable quar ters at Enginers' Drill Hall, at the back of the Post Office. they were happy and contented. They told me they had no complaints to make. On their arrival at the institute they were given a lantern lecture. This en tertaimnent was organised by a com, inittee of women, and the prisoners cannot speak too highly of this kindly act. Ships' officers among the prisoners have the use of the large recreation room. Here the prisoners play games, such as billiards. While I was there an officer was whiling the hours away by playing the piano amnd another was playing the vio lin. While these ...
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrosine.'") it is a. pity that there is not some punishment r;iich can be meted out to- one of tl most offensive types of women that' iste-a type that nearly every neighborhood unfortunately knows-the woman who takes for her life creed the fatal words, "I thought it my duty to t.U you," and spends her days confusing wuac she covets over by the much-burdened word "duty" with what is nothing more nor less than the pettiest spite or the most ma licious curiosity, and a desire to gos sip and meddle in other people's affairs. It is bad enough when this woman in flicte suffering upon older people, but it is, unfortunately, all too often the case that this type of woman picks out little children or young people as marks for her degenrate tongue. - Particularly happy is this gossip-loving woman when she can tell some happy child that the woman she thinks is her real mother is only her step-mother, or that she is an adopted child.' Over and over again has it happened that ch...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. * ALL TRAINS MIET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CHARGES MODERATE. FURNITURE REMIOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES -SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF .WORK. JO3BBING WORKi A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TEt ROOM11S WISIIES to convy his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gcner --ous-support given him duridg the past year, which, has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased- a very Fine .Assortme?t of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. ,NOVELT1ES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. Well worthy of ins'ectiou. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. -Wishing all Patrons the Compli nents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK WVisb.- : intimate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing an Business in MAIN ST., and exzp?:, by courtesy a...
Reminders for December LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
Reminders for December, LIVE STOCK. Ho1sas.-Stabled rlorses.-Over stimulating and fattening foo Is should be avoided. Give water at frequent intervals. Rub down on coming into the stables overheated. supply a ration of greenstuff, if avail. able, to all horses, or bran mash once a week with 3 or 4 packets of Epsom salts. Brood Mares.-Those with foals at foot should be well fed. Early foals may, with advantage, be given oats to the extent of i lb for each month of age daily. CATTLE.-Provide succulent fod. der and plenty of clean water and shade. Limewash the cowbails, it helps to keep down flies. Provide "lick" in trough, consisting of salt 20 lbs, bone meal 20 lbs., and sul. phate of iron j lb. Continue giving milk at blood heat to calves. Be careful to keep utensils clean, or diarrhcea will result. Do not give too much milk at a time for the same reason. Give half-a-cup of limewater in the milk to each calf. Let them have a good grass run or,lucerne. Dehorn all dairy calves. ' Ptos...
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
LILYIDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as below: Melbourne, 7.20 a.m., 11.20 a.m., 8 p.m. daily. Money orders-9 till 4. Mooroolbark, Ringwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.m. daily. IHealesville, Y ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.r daily. Warburton, Yarra Junction, Laun ching Place, WV ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, Wanlin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railway Station is cleared daily previous to trains leaving for Melbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Office closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mails and Registered Mails close at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. jT1ARBURTON MAILS. Mails .close for Melbourne att 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale, 3.15 p.m. daily. Received from Melbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a m. sad 8.15 p.m. daily. Mails close for M]'Mah'on's Creek and Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Mondays, 3Vednesdays and Fridays.
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. The new postal rates, including the penny postage on letters, came into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: THROUGHOUT THE COMMIION WEALTH AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per 'oz. Letter Cards, single, id each. Do. r.cply, ld each half. lPost Cards, single, ld each. D)o. reply, Id each half. Printed Papers, Old per 2oz. Books, printed-Outside Australia, 01 per loz.; in Australia, Old per Soz. Jlagazines-Printed in Aust.ralia, 0(d per 8oz.; outside Australia, Old per loz. "Hansard," Old per 12oz. Commercial papers, patterns, sam ples and merchandise, Id per 2oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the 'New Hebrides, ld per ;oz. NEW. ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS: The rates of New Zealand, Fiji, and British Solomon Islands are: Letters, ld per Joz. Post Cards, single, ld. Do. reply, ld each half. Letter Cards, single, ld. Do. reply, id eac...
THE QUESTION OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
THE QUESTION OF ADVERTISING. WE planned to catch your eye, and 1 clc you are rehding our story. YOU have something to sell 1 You want to at tract Buyers and Orders 4 This his attracted you. and if ' you were ? hie oho who wanted to attralct somiebodly's attention would be attracted. The man who thinks hi can reach the el:cople in this la.ge and gr'owing district without advertising kia this paper is greatly mis:i.aken. This jour nal reaches practically every part of the Lillydale Shire, • the Upper Yarra Shire, and portions 'of tile llialeavillc Shire and the Elthaml Shire. Think it over. and if you are in business and not oraning ail advt., see us, and( we'll explain everything. .\ sign beard's a necessi ty'. most business people 'will say. it wve're 1 atte ilore people seec thiis paper every ve};k than see your sigh-board. We have a new series of adv'ertising blocks that are certain to be seen and read; ' they're up to-date cgtch" .blpsines's-got ters. DON'T "ORIGET WE AlRE PIlNTE...
PATRIOTIC SCHOOL CHILDREN AND TEACHERS. GOOD WORK FOR THE SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
PATRIOTIC SCHOOL CHIL DREN AND TEACHERS. GOOD \\'OIRK FOil '' IE SOLD1EII S. 'I he \'ictoricn Stale Schlool P'at riolio ].e g..c. compr'sing thel thous ailds of State schools and tens of thousand'ls i£ s h:ol'd ch!lron of Vic toria, are wcrkcng mno successfully on delinite lines, to render mone iry assisiance to relief fcnds, andt Ito toeach ptiraeti llyv soiotlhing of the love and duty oved to tihe' E?l piro Iby all Austra'lian c hildren. us well as aduIlts. Already thiousands of. girls are at. work aekiccg shirts. sociks. lihtccligc.'eos. scar'V s chcil rl culls, cL?.. for use' icn hosp?cil or 1at the fronit. lIecenitly the lici, the Minister (1r '1'T. Livingstoun) andt the Director of Elducation (Mlr Franik 'I lat. .A.t , 1.5.O,) visit(d the St Kildi Park school. One of the lcrgo irooms was packed with war iiater iaat-' -ri veritable warehouse of ull derclothliiiing and haberdastihcry,'" re marked Mlr Tatec. Bloth were touched and inaterested by the messages the .children chtd se...
WARBURTON PROGRESS LEAGUE. ANNUAL MEETING. A FINE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
WARBURTON PROGRESS LEAGUE. ANNUAL M1EET''ING. A fINE 'RECORlDf! Tihe lirst annual ineAling of the above league was held in the liall oil Friday, 28th inst., wlfen there was a good attendance of nleilibers and intending lnmellersa the presi dent. Mr" J. 1F. Freeman. in the clhair. - The principai item of in te est, besides the election of olli eels. was. of colrse, Ithe reading of lthe repoirt, and balancre sliheOt by the lhon. sccretarv. \lr W. \Winstein 1ev. '1 his proved to bie a, most interesting review of a year of staren nois effort oin the part of ft?e chief offllicers. the total result being a record of which the league and filhe district ima.y well be proudk, The chief items of progress made dur ing the year are dealt withl below. The president ind secretary express ed. the thantks of the officers for the generous support during t]e year firom members and the public, and lemnbers present spoke with hearty appreciation of the unspar ing' efforts of the- president, oin. secret...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
''liill`; II EAI\AC'IIES.-"I vn • hlltiakctr.". t writes lr Fredertick \Nilier, tireat Ki, strcet, North Dullttedi, N'.?., and fI or miian y".es sullffetl fronti terrible heatd?h.heisi and irrlularit " of the Jolt p11. dtI to itt" seideii t ri t life. \l'ter talkii one "oex of ('hainilherlaiil's Tiahhlets I Wais hgetlaiv lienelitied, and they s?i?nll rest e1t?t me to riuilar ht;lih. Utoin the sligihteA syiillttni5 iof constipatlinl" 1 iake Iwo' or three tat l;t, whit'h always st t lt lt right," Sold hl I. Iluicuhinson, Iilvdihile: C 1. i?ln , 'p. iillgroviit; 0co . antid Alien,. Yirirt (lieu s, IC. .iadshitaw tand W. JI. 1`)att"torni liilesi'lle. SItlillhetads, iletlo, t'?r1' s, l ''st r, dodgers?, 'concert progritnt'tes. visit. - illg cardstl, Ite ipl htooks. ell\'ct"t pt', e cat .loglies, olll metirtal ig t ,, l l stt. --itn fIact. 'ittV priuti 'tcan t ite t Lairited at t.lti' ujllt ,. .\NI cu II 10 BREAT S*--, O~d~~ld gets so Isid '\ ilt ciuii) thalt lAO caIUoL. g1 bii hc I It. '...
WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
WONGA PARK, (From Our Own Corrosponden,.) Thingi are a bit on the quiet side here. 'ihare is praetieafly no Truit Crop to speak of this stasons, and whut, little there is the birds are very muich after. 'lhe local cricket club js noh. met ing with imu.ih success his year. .\\thnuitgh being beateu, the linishis have eell very close indeed. .\t the late poll for the State election here. the Labor vote was n iich in evidence. the lirst prefer elce heing IlDuncan at . I'toulget . 3Maxwell 8. Y+verard 1. Sell i. Skar doii 2. Front informat.l ion gathered butside. if ithe second preferenc' vote was counted alone, Mri Skadtoni, wouldlt have been i nt top. 1. b was givenL No. 2 by all those that voted for Labit.
BOWLS. LILYDALE v. HEALESVILLE. AN EXCITING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 4 December 1914
BOWLS. ILYD1)ALE v. ]IEALESVILL . AN EXCITING (GAME. There is always keen rival ry when the old neighbors, Ilealesville anid Lilydaie, meet on the bawling green, and on Wednesday at i]ealesville the gamnie was exceptionrally close, interesting, and enjoyable from all points of view. Lilydale looked like certain winners, but, the No. 1 rink, whlicl was the last to cease play, altered the aspect completely, oand the Hlealesville four snatched a, victory when defeat seemed cer I ain. ALs the 'last end was com menced, with tthe players of the other rinks looking on with much interest, Lilydale were five points ahead inr the )total games played, and looked on paper a certainty. Hlowever the Lilydale four broke down, and the Ilealesvilleites put. in a spleadid finish and scored six points, making the home club win ners by the narrowest of margins, a single point, amidst great, excite ment. There was a deal of healthy liowlers' barrack, and it seemed as though some of the visitors were "pu...
RUSSIAN AND CHINESE SUPPLIES FOR AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 December 1914
RUSSIAN AND CHINESE SUP PLIES FOR AMERICA. It would appear from the report of 1: ton, of the New Zealand Agricultural Department, sent from San Francisco, that lIusia and China are promoting trade in meat and pro duce with the United States. Mr. Clifton writes:-"Itsi quoted from an authoritive source that China shipped via the Port of 'Tsingtan, from the province of Shangtung 93,999 quarters of dressed beef during 1913 to V'ladi vostock for the use of the Russian Army there, and now from 2000 to 3000 cattle per month are being shlIp ped from T'sinanfu, via tile first-Inalied port, to Vladivostock for this army re quirement. It is claimed that these cattle can be soldi, livI weight, at lid per lb. at tile port of embarkation. Vladivostock is distant from San Fran cisco 4570 miles, Wellington, 5909. There may yet be merdt fromn China via Vladivostock and Siberian butter shipped from that port to compete with food products from New Zealand. By the last mail that went from here on the f...
GERMANY'S EXPORT OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 December 1914
GERMANY'S EXPORT OF AGRI CULTURAL CHEMICALS. The following figures show approxi matly the annual value of some Ger man - agricultural chemical exports which British manufacturers are now making an effort to capture:-Austra lie: Fertilisers, £51,000. Canada: Fertilisers, £2300. India: Fertili sers, £9980. South Africa: Basic slag, £4700; bone manures, £5000; ni trate of soda, £421; raw phosphate, £1100; sulphate of ammonia, £400; superplhosphato, £20,000. Rhlodeema: Fertilisers, £4000. United Kingdom: Oilseed cake, £400,000. Japan: Bone dust, £1800; dried blood, £7100; oil cakes, £4000; fish guano, £7000; other fertihlisers, £9000; gypsum, £1100. Norway: Fertilisers, £70,000. Sal vador: Fortilisers, £4000. Spain: Fertilisers and pharmaceutical pro ducts (not separated in the return), £360,000. This list does not include the exports of potash salts for manu rial purposes, because this substance is a German monopoly.
ENGLISH WHEAT POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 December 1914
ENGLISH WHEAT POSITION. '"'Beerbohm," in the Liverpool "Evening Corn Trade List," of Octo ber 9, referring to the wheat position in Great Britain, said:-"Shipments last week were fairly liberal, considering that North America and. India are prac tically the only sources whence supplies are now coming, but the imports into the United Kingdom were well below the requirements notwithstanding con tinued large deliveries of English wheat. The stocks at the ports prove, as indicated by the first returns re ceived,'to be decidedly below the theo retical quantity, and amounted on Oc tober 1 to 2,600,000 quarters, against 2,100,000 quarters a month ago, and 2,400,000 quarters last year. Invisible stocks must have increased by about 600,000 quarters during the month. France is also receiving fairly large quantities of foreign wheat, but stocks of foreign wheat in other countries must be diminishing rapidly. The war drags along slowly, with no apparent signs of its being over for a long time, ...
POTATO CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 December 1914
* POTATO, CULTURE. (By J. 'T'. -itnlmsay, Potato Expert, '"Journal. of Agriculture."), There can be no question that the cultivation of the potato as t field crop .ranks as one of the most import ant branches of agriculture. Since its introduction into the economy of the larm, it has steadily grown in favor throughout the world, until, to day, it occupies the position as one of, the staple foods, and its cultiva tion,; more particularly in Europe, is even followed to provide raw material for the imafiuf:cit:cr of flour, spirit, and starch. As a staple food its imiportaneo is obvious when. 6oie con sitlers that it is regarded almost as an esseintial. , Its comparative cheapiess makes it available to all classes, and the beneficial effect which its proper culti??ition has on the soils in which it is grown, rendors it a crop of great importance to farmers practising in districts climatically suitable for its cultivation. The importance of the crop, then, being palpable, it is not only ...