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HOW TO MAKE CANVAS WATERPROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

HOW TO MAKE CANVAS WATER PROOF. A few good sheets of waterproof can vass are invaluable on the farm for purposes ranging frol the temporary covering of the wheat lheaps to use as an overnight protection for a buggy. Two recipes for waterproofing the mIa terial art:-(1) Dissolve 1 oz. slreddedtl 0sop illn half a pint of hot water, add to it 71b paiut, apply it to thile calln vass, lland al!ow 1.to dry thoroughly (twa or three days), alply another coat ot the e sIL p;aint, ibut without the soallp, allow it to dry, then give a third coat. \\Whlen treated thus, the canvass 'wih not crack or stick whlen folded up. This is used in the British Navy. (2) DI).s solve ilb of ordlinary yellow soap cut inl pieces in a quart of boiling water, tilell stir in a gallon of boiled linseed oil. ulbs of yellow ochre, anld 3 o0s oi terebene; nux thoroughly whilsthat, but allow to cool before using. Two or three coats ill be nIlecessary. Dry in l strong draught-not inll tile sun.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONVENT OF MERCY, LILYDALE. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

CONVENT OF MERCY, LILYDALE. ," :i DISTRIBUTION OR PRIZES, The pupils of tile Convent of Mercy, Lilydale, provided entertain nent for a large number a.t tho Athenaeum Ilall on Wednesday at Le?noon, \henll prizes vonll during the easr wcre distributed, and the irawing for the Madame Melba trinq et c·ase, cullitains, rland sil\ver motl ted bIag in connection writh the re cent bazaar took place. The open rng chorus, "Farewell, but When vcer," was beiauntifully sung by all the puiils. 'Two violin selections, 'Nearer. Iy God, to Thee' uind "Eyes of Irish Blue,"' were rendered by some of thle girls of the school, Cud the Iharmonious blending of all the instruments reflected great credit on b)oth pupils and teaclhers. iThat. thle college looks oafter the physical culture of the pupils was shownl by the manner in wisich they did rod drill, and, later, the sports drill. In the latter item the girls imitated the actions of several kinds of port. Miss L. Jones won great applause for her violin ...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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NO BEES NO FRUIT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

NO BEES NO FRUIT CROP. The importnce of bees to tile orch ardist is summed up by an American authority as follows: 1. All tests wherever made, and all general observations, agree thliat many varietics of apples, peaches, pears, plums, sweet cherries and grapes are unable to set a crop of fruit when limi ted to their own pollen. 2. Some varieltes of the above nam ed fruits are particularly self-fertile, and a tew are apparently whole self fertile, though the degree of fertility varies between rather wide limits, de pending upon location, seasonil, vigor of trees, etc.. 3. All investigators agree that, as a general rule, the fault resulting from cross.ng, even in self-fertile varieties i. larger-and better ddveloped thes the self-fertile fruit. IThis is explained by saying that foreign pollen furnished a greater stamulus to growth because it is more acceptablo to the pistil, and not because it transmits size, clharacter ,i the variety fronm which it came. 4. All esidenco at hand contr...

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Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society Tie usual weekly meeting of"Pho above socic y was held on 'Tuesday, 8th inst. After the minutes lhad been confirmed, ;a discussioll took place as to the lengtli of the sum mer adjournment. It was eventually decided that the executive call tlhe nembers together at a, date to be " dxcd pfter the end of Jannary, 1915, The election of office bearers was, left over till the first meeting in the new year. The debate for the evening, "Ha's - the Mlodern Girl Too Mluch, Free domn?' was then opened by Miss Downice, who gave some excellenb reasons in support of hler side. TIiss Leach seconded Mliss Downie in ," good speech, and was well suppor ted by others. Mliss Janes, on the negative side, gave some very good reasons why girls shlould have more freedom. iIiss HIorrish supported the latter speaker, and was ably assisted liy others of thle members present. The Critic gave his voote to the negative side.

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ARE YOU EDUCATED? [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

ARE YOU EDUCATED? A professor in the University of Chi cago, says tile Kansas "City Star," told his pupils that he should consider them educated in the best sense of the word when they could say "yes" to every one of tile questions that he should put to them. Here are the questions : Has education given you sympathy with all good causes and made you es pouse them. Has it made you public-spirited? Haus it made you a brother to the weak? Have you learned how to make friends and keep themP Do you knew what it is to be a friend yourself? Can you look an honest man or a pure woman in the eyeP Do you see anything to love :n a little child? Will a lonely dog follow you in the street? Can you be high-minded and happy in the meaner drudgeries of life? Do you think washing dishes and hoelig corn just as compatible with high thinking as piano playing or golfP Are you good for anything to your self? Can you be happy alone? CanII you look out on the world and see any thing except dollars and cen...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

iiullUcoll SEILVICES Roman Cathllolic-lsb Sunday in the month--Mass at. Lilydale, 9, 1Iit chm w11 2nd Sundty, ?lingwood 9, Lilydali 11] 3rd Sunday, Mlitcham 9, Lilydaloe 11i 4th Sunday, Croy don 9 Lily.4a e 11, Church' of ?.nO?A?Rd- Li4ydle 11 & 7 p.mu.' Yering 3 p.m. 'Methlodist Church--Lilydale, 11 and 7; Wandiuf 3 and 7; Seville, 11; Gruycre 3; Evclyn 3; Ycring, 2.30. l'resbyterign 'Church -Llyds l 11 und 7, Croydon 3 ;"lllilrgwod 7 p.m. ia.ptist hurchi--Lilydalb 11 and 7,; lanton I1i1ll 3 pih; C.oydon 11. Church of Christ,--Coroydon ii and 7, p.m'. Salh'ation Army-lilydlo 11 a.i.' .arra JunOtiin "3 p.m,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age.i::· ? ?B. LS GI :..: :?::·:·-. :··ii:ii" BOLS GIN PULE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape . BRA N D Y Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Stewart~ s::::nuh A S T R KE W A SFounded i7,9. s " DRINK STEWATS I" W hisky INSURE WITH THE PHOENIX ASSURANiE O0O LIMITED. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPEN . SATION INSURANCE . ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. Full Particulars on application to DALGETY 2 CO. LTD., MELBOURNE. (Managers for Viotoria.) W. MORGAN &' CO., ' 250-6 SWANSTON ST., MELBOURNE Telephone, 1006. Manufacturers of Tents, Tarpaulins, Rick Oovers, Flags, etc. Also, all of the above can be had on hire. Veran dah and Window Blinds a Specialty. [mI orters of Canvas, Duck, Twine, Bumrioa, etc. THE ARMY COMBINATION KNIFE tL5. . In OneCo7.a .adCo 9 re dirm. S rr - d- ,c o Send 9d in stamps for a largble iFreeY t s h ,ee d trongly risettld, rea...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXX. CONDITIONS OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

THE' MASTER PASSION. OHAPTER XXX. C(UAIND'LTUNS 0(i' iPlAoi. It was a lonely, mlserable day, tor Ida Duval did not appear either for luncheon or dinner, and the hours dragged by so slowly that it seemed as It bedtime would never come. There was no telegram from Honey combe Lodge, so she was ignorant of tihe result of the search, and every bell that rang rcminded liher of the friendl who would never come again. She tread to read, but her thoughts wandered away from the book; she sat down to play, and poured out her heart in such doleful music that she burst inta tears and deserted the music stool. Wh\Vllen tell o'clock struck, she looked at the clock and longedl to go to bed, but she stayed up because she was so anxious to see her husband, and hear l his news. Hie might have had some consideration for her anxiety. It was just like the generality of husbands. T'they were all selfish, all prone to be utterly engrossed with their own pur suits, with no thought for the lonely wives they ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

&TH ERTON Central : Cash. Stor:e: ' ",To' Our CO tomnersarnd FriendBs. We ar heretostay,. We are. hero to mak' a success. We " like the country and the , people. We like Our Busi. ness, and strive to increase it by all hononrable means. THE BEST GOODS and: ' THE'.LOWhs PRICES - On O Wi are what count", ' One Order Will-Convince You, SFirst-class Yaiut in DItAPER ' CLOTHING BObTS & SHOES -IRONMONGERY CROOKERY . "..;:. GROOERIES ',Orders DoiveoreI ail over the . Dou't forget the Address: E. A. ATHERTON 'IARRA GLEN .-'AGEJNT FOR- ' - The National Oattlo Food of all . kinds. London and Lancashiro Fire Insur ance Co. , Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN- 'SUPPLY ANYTilLNG. -"'The greatest .aid you can give .yo0ur newsp;aper is your JO1 PRINT ING. If you do not feel able to Tr. advertisCemeits, you can give the newspapor your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps him to pa...

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LIMING THE LAND. (Written specially for the "Farmer's Gazette" by J. H. Refshauge.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

LIMING THE LAND. (Written specially for the "Farmer's Gazette" by J. ii. Rofshauge.) Should a handlul of damp soil be squeezed in the hand, and a few drops of hydrochlorio acid be dropped on it, small gas bubbles will be seen to forml where the acid fell, if the soil has a suffioiency of lime in it. It may be as sulned that the soil is deficient in lime if so effervescence takes place. Many sandy and many clayey soils exist which have less than 1 per cent of, lime in them. Such lands respond in increas ed productivity when lime is applied to them. With the exception of the Malice ald Wlmmnera soils, most of the soils ot Victoria require liming. As the use of lime increases the producing power at the soil, it would be a wise policy for our Government to follow in the steps of New Zealand by carrying lime on the railways for agricultural purposes free of cost. The railways would benolit` by increased carriage on account of the heavier yields brought about through the use of lime. Ther...

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SUBSTITUTES FOR POTASH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

SUBSTITUTES FOR POTASH. Potash manures are required in course of time on all land where there is anything like intensive culture. In England the bulk of such manures wefe hitherto imported from Germany, and one result of the war has been to throw the country largely upon its own laml ted resources. Most soils contain a potash in some proportion, but many of them, especially those of a light texture, cannot be relied upon for a full crop, without a dressing of a pot ash manure. The question is-how is it to be obtained? In the dilema, the British Board of Agriculture has come along and (remarks the "Field") has suggested the gathering together and burning of refuse wood, weeds, and other waste material, the ashes to be conserved for application in the spring to saoh land and crops as most need potash. Those who have access to the sea, have a readier means or making good thile deficieney. Bseaweed is a valuable source of potash, as well as a general health-giver. Many al ready make a p...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

.Welcome rain fell througlhout tli district on Sunday night and 5I-or day last. At Lilydalo 154 point were registered.. A meeting of the .Cameron Testi monia1l Committee will be held i the Library, Athenaeum Hall, Lill dale, on Tuesday evening next, a per advertisement. .East 3lelbourne's fast bowler, 'A lan, of Ringwood, was in great forn in the match against Carlton o Saturday last. lie kept a perfec length, maintained his pace wel Sand finished up with the fine avel age of .Q pwickets for 27 runs, We shall be pleased to receis brief reports from secretaries or tli tapprovecd press correspondents of an club or society. Envelopes will b supplied frce upon application. .Cop car" then be sent per rail, free c , charge. SThe committee of the recent M1il [ Lary Patriotic Concert at Lilyda: havi haolded to Mliss Taylor (pei rotary of the Lilydale branch < the lHd Cross League) L2 13s ti wards the funds, The committi is applying to the council :for reduction of the hall fee. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

lublIo Notices. ; TUESDAY, DEC. 22. YARRA GLEN SCATTLE SALE A_~TPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba aiar, Melbourne) will hold their -\usual Bi-monthly Sale in their Syards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when 'they will have forward the usual yarding of MiILKERS, SPRINGERS, FAT AND STORE CO~WS, ad lines of DAIRY IEIIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG OATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by CA~MPBELD & SONS, BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. tI1TG?W0?WOOD :"'LELLAND 6' CO STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTA'¶E AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, RINGWOOD r "Alick .P'Clell?n, Auctioneer. 'AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY MIONDAY. ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIG S, POULTRY, ~EURNITUR~E, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for Eur niture. ENITRIES INVIT~ D. £ S. D, Our ACCOUNTS for the quarter ending Sept.j 3oth have been ren dered, and a prompt settlement, especially of those considerably overdue, is requested. W. G. PETTIT. INSURE AT ONCE . VITII...

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SPRAYING FOR CODLIN MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

SPRAYING FOR CODLIN MOTH. In America it " quite common in the last dose of Bordeaux or other fungi cide to include arsenate of lead at the rate of 21b to 50 gallons, but the prac tice has not found much favor in Aus tralasia. Success in keeping down Codlin depends very largely in the thoroughness of the first spraying, which is given as soon as the petals have fallen. It is not right to spray whilst the trees 're in bloom, not only is some of the blossom spoiled there by, but the orohardist's very good friends and allies, the bees, are killed while at very useful work. A strong pressure and a coarse nozzle are requir ed at this time, in order to force the liquid past the little fringe of flower organs in the calyx of the blossoms of the eye of the small fruit. Several days; varying with the kind of apple, are available for this operation, after which the calyx closese, and any egg that may have been deposited inside is safe from harm. In the pear, the caLyx i 0105105 UP uI I UIIUIJ&...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

RINGWOOD) MARKLET. Iiid tI~li~ii tint111 collie 1ci lii iii. 1.iIi: kcr1 . I `.II 2s i ;:I (i oIi ) d ;IV )"~·trri 1'.it I jet Ii t; t I:11 't)1 11i . 1 1·~'~. ((11.1. ~lll~liii~ I1 011.11 V. Iii ` i ce p1 III~II i~l~ flll tlO15.)~ V1'1;~. 1(11~1! 1 11(51; 1111~ ii ·

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FEED MEANS EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

FEED MEANS EGGS. There is a practice quite general on the average farm where poultry is kept, ot allowing the hens to feed themselves during the moulting stage. It has been brought out by poultry-' men, who make a specialty of winter eggs, that the earlier that the hens can be got to moult, the better the chances for eggs when the prices are highest. Farm hens rarely moult, early, because during the summer they are fed verye little, being required to forage nearly all that they get Aft' r the harvest, the hens get a chance to pick stubblo fields, and in this way get a little grain, but it is, as a general thing, not enough to keep them going. It is a wrong idea al together to think that hens should not be fed while they are not laying. Wita holding the feed is no way to get tihe hens started to lay. It will pay the producer to see to it that his hens lay during the cold weather. Do not skimp the hens when they are offI worlk, Feed will do the trick if the hens are of the right strai...

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

WARBURTON., From Our Own Correspondent. Warburton School Conccrt.-As is risual when tlce children give an entertainment, a crowded house wit ilcsscd the school's Christmas con cert, and applauded every item in a programme that consisi:5l of piann and violin selections, songs, folk dances, recitations, and an operetta. Besides these, thlac mnoving picturos were shownn . MIr Collings kindly of fering his services, andl thle whole made up a good evening's enjoy ment. A feature of thie evening wasn thie hine presentation of t.he charac Cters in songs and operetta, cos tunes and "make-up" being com pletc in dcetail and manking some very clletive slettings, especially wh\n. at intervals, colored lights wer, thrown us the stage. Consid crable troubtle Iltl bcoll taken over icenery and stage properties, and vwhen, in the opening scene of tie opcrletta, guests of many n tionali ties marched on atcd g'ath.red rouns the Christmas tree, the autdienco cheered each new arrival. Germany andi 'Turi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

WflDDELIC UETAL CIIG Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends fos 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 iesigns ;: r . ,, ·. free. ". .. the WUNDERLIQ~ PATENT ?EILITN G ROOFING Co. Ltd 123 Queen Stroec; Melbourno.-: r ootoid s For ConStipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, . -HeadacheIndigention. A Delightful Family Medicine OO A.dvertise your Christmas Goods ill this paper. It will pay. LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO M.HOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, -. IMAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primcst Beef, lutilon, Corned eccf, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at 3cdrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. GAYE IIILL BACON and CIIEESE.always on hand. Oustomers waited upon daily and orders promptly attended to. Accommodation Ilouses Specially Catered For. 'An Up-to-date COOLING CIHAMBERl is attached to the premises t...

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KEEP THE FLAG FLYING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

'.EJEP THlE FLAkG SLYIN., ' ? thtL's :wtl?h o are endeavoring .to do. One of our: staffl has gone to do his .bit?'·t tUe front; others (and we o-h~avn,t'dee eased the staff) are doin' their :.'slhare in the printing office. We wanb tall who can to givo us c hand. Don't get down hearted, Jonah, was down at the mouth one time, bul? lh caime thlroighl alright. .Don't send your printing' out:of the district; wve want all we c Un get to keep things mov, ing, so give us a, chance, We are hit cSh?rd by the big increase in cost of parer aqd all mcterial through the wicr, und there's not much fuI and much less profit inl publisliing a country newslpaper at the presentl tilno, whcll ads. ae few and so\v'e reigns fewer. Shopkeepers, are you fair to make as ugly advertising bcard of whait eh cubtl Ihe a well-dres sedt window just to please folk pro lbably toa mean C?- ay a shilling fr an iadvt it's : 'lack-bloclkishc' cllstom. to. Live and let, live slhould be the motto of all huieinec?' ci'c l...

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GOD'S GIFTS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914

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