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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
Practical Boot and Shoe Maker YARRA JUNCTION. Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. All work done on prem ises atllowest prices compatible with good material and .workmianship. Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends foi them throughout the Gommonwealth'.., S They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor ..ative charm, and inexpensive,. .can -be washed down and do not collect dust . and vermin. Catalogs and -lesigfis.. .. ** free. . '. J ho W.NDDE.LIOS PATENT 0EILNG 8& OOEING Co. Ltd 123 Queen Streec, oelbourne. 'rOatoias For 'Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, em Headache, Indigestion. Delightful Family Medicine -.,- - LILYDALE BUTOHERING CO WIHOLESALE AND RETAIL B3UTCIHERS, S1:- . IN STREET, LILYDALE. rrimcst Bccf, 31utton, Corned Beel, Iork and Toigucs' dl viys obtain able at''Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. - CAVE I-IILL BACON and C-IEESE always. on hand. .Customcers waited upon dail y and orders...
RINGWOOD. SUDDEN DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
RINUWVOOD. i R N C ~O DI II S IWn)i .Yi )1 X1.VI[ - c 'rho twiny friends of' :Mi~ss Ediit 1tevLis. , w ho lieas foI sonic time ývii ci 'tbto -Schol.n1 wil laiciri- withi dc~p rcg~ct of hier p:iiafully ooddii :i deatih. M1iss Steyllcns. who wa- only -17i ycears of n age, wa.sgettiiict g1* -i V ior school at 7 int. on .nJae I17th, wihen -site'sudulenly cohl sIi 'e', deatlh Ibcin"g practi-ally iii-t% ti .001 s. Thlie mnratter was replrtcd thei5 piihic: tdud -i poste 11101 ter a ýxdnmii'alio~). mat tte} b1)mr. Crigi1 re~ ealedl thei c iiise of de-iihtli-ii, congenitd it-mail fuirition - l-of the lit. " t Jj)eat ";c. sc was `unjvcrsa·s~lll y popular:. « 'itl·!l- a"]t a~u'-li Irosv. hot. aool had aI rti~ Ihaipy: tdisI:oshion, 1ci 1paroents re sidce t Lv idhlierst. incr i'aI *idlcnoi liiviig reccently nrriv'edtltcre front S~ale. Tlie Progre.ss 't \iOscition at its lIast metling. -decided not to wait for the inustllhitiomi ofI a. nmighit sr vice it the-local ta3-lilone exchlang until snfici...
LILYDALE RECREATION RESERVE. PROPOSAL TO ERECT BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
LILYDALE RECREATION RESERVE. -iO.'0SAL .'(O ERECT -BUILD. . -.1NGS. A.t the lastn meeting o0f the Lily da.le Sliire counci.l Or JBlair brought up the cluestiou of thie erection of further buildings ont the Lilydale Recrceation -llecivc. lIe tlounilt, that. soomething should be done befo:,re the uext autnial show. Every year. at shiow tiue marquees had to b" hired and if a suitahble hitilding was er cted. this nmonlv y.would go i. lohng w\'v towards l:,aying interest- and sinking fund on its cost. I-e had ihad :u ifnterview with thec advisory I'oi rd. ;Iid witih t1he sihoW conmnittce "ii'heyl dlid nao. m ;vat w an expeusive l;iilding,. which noi'h't become a "white clephunt." They had no iceed if+r a. grand-stand. but wanted the cutncil to erect a good sound Iuildiug for use, for show purpose:. and for picnics. if tlce necessity arose in the fitture, tihey could add to. tn(1 .inlnprove oti the building, whichi the. thought could be erected If,r -3£00 or .uC1t I0. The ,llicers of the ...
HUNTING YARRA GLEN AND LILYDALE. HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
L1 HUNTING ---00oo , I . YARlIA GLEN AND LILYDALE. ti -10 LNDS. £1 -o-- de A good da y's sport resulted from on Olie .meet iol Iihe Yarra (;Ilen a mld i S.ilydale iHounds on M1onda\y. and ili a. Ilargo numcber tf iiithusiaslic hnits Ic men took part in the riu. 'Th mas ter put lounds to work in the lus: in socks along the river in .Weir's Il;ts. ri and althloulg tihy worked for somec ;. tiue in tha1t locality, it was not, tL until Dunne's ClCInolucra Eistatews a) reaclicd thlit n. lind was made. ci Hounds gave tonw:ue and set a Ihare goingl il ttl directioi of IHenll.i a.nd it; was Oa.t once s:COn tlhat thiy hiad struck soincmeting above the or dilnay. and tlrai followcrs wer inl for a. incrry time. The 1 ionds were ruiiining- well, but tle ga-me was outstripping tliem in pace. After en tcrimn 1cnley-Estate, tihe hire ran, towa.rds the rivier. x'nd thlen sw\ingin' to the Ict, crossed the flat ran 1S up thle till and into Devon. 'nark. F -Still mrnning stroungtly. and describ ing a. ...
WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
From OrOw oresjondent G'.5 l??a? 8_:, hm it Alct -. ct. 'imetropolis Yis tgetti?t the lenclitn oif the O',huli assvy schem e. the supply pendiing- the opening of th1' iUiii: system,. being obtaiuied froil th?. l ii ulets : thait`arc intercepted; . b- t1'. chmalincl in. its course betweeni? ?Win-" burlton and ILauiching P1lace:. li.he opportunity is being txiken by this chinc s to raise tihe " level of . the. Yan Ye ci. Otn i ie days lasts week tihe oun mid thel.Dec pirovided -most of cMelbourne's eater. suptply, and it is p:roposecl to utilise the Yitlhan in - tie suae wai... " " .l; imce-naines f--Tlie [rogress - Lea gue Ihas been asked by an historical society iii "3l91bourne : tq supply .it. witl the origin oJ' the place namucs ofl the locality. Frienids, aqu aiiut anices ntuid rea. tivcs. f 31r ig I'iit; Little Joe, and t hat ilk. are, invited to ,scud any in!terestingi r'eln uiceir cos cf thcse gent!lie n.i YaSnilkc Jimu p]roba bly will speak for: hiinself Lnd' liis creek. An o...
RINGWOOD MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
RIINGWOOD `MARKET J). G. .MClel ma d i Co.:. roport )Mraket tIiji. 1vook well etuppie d rt whiioi e lmlnfci l haInda. t s~it .is fetory n pv ]iRe Thlkems to l £C- (s.: I ~1 to £i1 30s ilekil eona Cd ':=: 1 (:o-.-, ·3 iii: lcei fei £i; ~ I.o'. ii 9 : sis,orcc to £ Ss" lmcif l dz co s .f:1 o I 1 O , ca.1ves is to I.:,t; r Pigs )1iconeC1r ]lint to :U lScnpomkcers,.21 "tLA ]l'' slips to _'' iickeo 10 fl Poultry iltt uuu1. 4pricens J1oi:srs-1t! .CaO left sa:lv =Monud ' nex.t
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
The Drink th-at Warmns! The warmth of O.T. is mild, soft, mellow. It comes from a herb which is a staple article of diet for over 500,000,000 people throughout the world. This mellow warmth is a characteristic enjoyed by no other non-alcoholic beverage. Unique-warmth-delicious flavour-the beneficial properties of fruits and herbs-are reasons why is an agreeable, healthful and distinctive beverage. The most remarkable and most satisfactory non-alcoholic drink- the world has ever seen. In drinking O.T. take just what your taste and palate dictate. Some folks like more than others. If you do not like a warm drink try our new fruit beverage, MERRY CUP. We make it specially for those who do not like anything of a warm nature. AQ a Bittle O.T. to all Dr"nks just as you add sauce or salt to your food. O.T. mixes deliciously with spirits, beer, wines, mineral waters and water. - The more you drink it the- more you like it is" the unfailing experience of all O.T. drinkers. S CERTIFIED BY THE...
SLATY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
SLATY CREEK. (Frvmu Our Own CurrelonadcIt.) . St-ial:.- R?ccntly Mr amd \Irs. HFall. " f la ck .Sands. issued a nuin cer cf- invitations to a. social even in'g, The anllajr duly ca.me off on _uturda.v. ?oth insut t It 1oyd'. Slat eC Creek, There were about 50 pres cut. ?ald a good prog!:,um'm of dalnc ing a?d imusical iteims was 'one thirougl. after which refresJintentS wer'e haded round. Mr I ct.tit. on b ehalfl of the visitori prop:sed a hearty vote (of thanks to Mr an.d MIrs ull and family. and after the couml::ti.li'h.ad told them in song thliat they were -"Jolly. good fellow?.-' a. most cijoyable evenimg's fut was brought to ;. close. -Stop pleaseo-1t . vould bc ia:irc.at boon to tj;trvellers oantihe Powieltoa wn lihue tohe 'Junction. ii'-i.i s .top :oiuld be inade on thlu returnr joiuineV for , ullinute or- two before '.the line cros'ses the road. I am aware that aut. plc-ut Lthe train is not allohwed to st..;l; iin the town, ILvdies after doing their shoppitng have to trudge ...
[?]L INTEREST [?] "B[?]sticus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
art 'based on tgoreat develop °the scientilic r based become tel understoodl." Shardsont, t.A., ,rintendent for riculture, in an '.Journal of Ag ,odies a hard Sto often or too upon the 1Ln0 of this country who are de :dution. Ir Rich t of the scientihie ziltural problehms is .id, or laws tnder - 1'enomelia in order a o anticipato farm eostiator stay pro '. o these prob :-ration or by. e. z" of definitel plani . tted experiuents a.oro method of ar e iles, because the `ich the 1,lienomena o Ire or less under t irTime.ts may be tio classes: -(a) ; which Laim lat prolifiC crops to t seure the greatest - i't a given crop. ,oration is obtained h` a ural and tillage ariety and rotation : bviously be of , locality wherein -'r conducted. (b) desi'ned to ac L rgarding the soil, anitumal, which canl ai ptractice of any -j 'n moretor les euil "V buttressed by the r;nled, systelllatic ex This is the reason A.eizsve agricultural 'rosecutiou of agri ; The most famous ,;1alihed cxperitmental P? . t...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
T o thie Editor. Sir-.- Iwonld like ou to imako: it known through o your l;apawi that the Coldstream. Iouotbll b IClubdoes inot-intcend. to pl) an f(lurtlr mat ches this. season. as several of ilts lcadiih players have left them and it will lie inip0.5sih1c to get ai teIm to travel awv. IThe cldub is illing toi sul~h'ycrih ;t;8 lOs tow irds tihe coin heit ion -tr ophy. prov'idingm timai n polrters- andi membiehrs aire admnijtteid free to otlhcr comin1etition matcems. _. letter tai thisi olect Ihas be)en scnt, to the secr etaryro the Assoc i_ m~ijn.-Tihanking" yon -in auticil it ion.. I remiain.i our faiiilifiillv. I. E. \IOLONEY. -IJoi ecretary. T omorroILw' mnatchces Il c.iii Vit 'Mlli 1'.rmve YailL G;len v Ihcilcsville.
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. HIcalesvillc.-Every Thursday, at 10 'am. Lilydalc.-Evcry f'rida.y, at J.30 a.m. Warburton..-Fvcry Saturday, at 8.30 a.m. Clerk of Courts.--Mr T. B. Wadc. Police Magistrates.--Dr. 11. II. Cole and MIr IT. Morrison. District Justices.--F. i1. Lithgow, Coldstrcam; B. H. Ifcnty, W?onga Park ' and D)r. A. E. Syme, Lilydalc; .1. lRougel Wandin; J. "Wallace, Se\ville; l. C. :ridgcer, Croydon; C. Bath, Yarra Gicn; N. Ellis, "Dixon's Creek ; W. Privett and W. Jolliffife, Ilcalesville; H. Ewart, I-Ioddl's Creck; J. Lithgoov and L.. A. Sto:y, \Varburton;.J. 11. Thomp son,. if.A., Silvan; A. C, Buller, W\Vcst \W'arburton ; .fas Iuntecr, Lcc nak ; T. Wi. Simpson, W. A: Whar ingto; ?-.- :E. IT. Payne Lilyctile ihelhard l. 'Kelly, Cioydon.:
CROYDON POUND. COUNCILLORS' COMPLAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
: CROYDON" POUND. COUNCILLOR.' CO31PI AINTS. At tlhe meeting of the Lillydalo Shire Counidil on -Mondav last, theo unsatislfactory state of affairs in connection with the Croydoj Pound was referred to. Cr Daly i asked the president if? the pound site was leased by the council. and protested against the poulidkeeper being allowed to graze his 'own stock on the enclosure lea sed by the council. Cr IIughies ýxpL'ined that. theo council only paid Mr Hfammond £5 per annmuu for the pound site ,and he could not see. any harm in hint running fis' own cows in it, pro vided there waLs sufficient accont moda:tion for inliounded cattle. Cr Wallace s upported Cr Daly's protest. There was always the risk of impoundedl cattle being allowed to_ get out of the pound.. If !the pIouudkeepc'r kept his own cows there. the chances are .that the, gates vwould be left open. There was •too much delay altogether in this matter .Two months ago 31r Ilant meondc received notice to securely fence the enclosure, ...
HEALESVILLE v. COLDSTREAM [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
I-IEALESVILLE v. COLD STREAM Coldstream brought only about half a team to meet the formidable Healesyille combination on Saturday, with.the result that -the, game was most Buninteresting and one-sided, provinga "cake-walk " for the home team,' The play was never taken in earnest by Healesville, who did as they liked against the weak opposition Most of Coldstream's prominent playp.rs were absent, and it seems a pity that once a teamnloses a match or two many .of its members lose heart, and "throw ,in Lte sponge." Healesviile tried several new men in order to qualify them.if required in the finalmatches, and their taam was not the strongest, -The final scores were : Healesville, Ic-ri4 - Coldstream, 2-8 Curtin had a 'very easy task as umpire, and he gave: every.. satisftc 'ion.. - . ý. -e
NEVER WITHOUT THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
"For years I suffered from indiges tion and constipation,'" says Mr W. P. 1)unstain, ienzics, \V.A. "I tried dozens of nmedicines but obtained no relief. 1-earing my customers spealk Uo highly of Chamberlain's Tablets T gave them. a trail. After only la; few doses my lealIth I was greatly im proved and after a course 1 was completely relieved of both coru plaints."' 'lIhe chemist was wrapping a bot' tie up quick. hut, the Iuv was cute as Ia rat, ]'r lhe cried: "1 say, mister! you'rc just a bit, slick l-I! voul don't catch inme paying for that ! I know what I wantl!- Iwas told to be sure5 T'o get. lnne buLt W\ouds' l'Pcppenriuit Its boskej" for colds! o'ur 'lodge doc. tor sa.ys HWe'll. find it a llcssing ill various
MILLGROVE v. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
,i" ' : I Ir.'o attllc ;IIucC at. ! "hic.'lr ,, ;, i_" , jn,[ on Satur " i.'I. whe i1he above te:uIl'S ' 1iTir .h l ist tile this scai-on. i . e w li ]iu.udic:ipped I1.;! it)nvhy. Bowev aund ' ' f tiirilst. itle fortuon r iirou ljh ijUiri.. Y?.niu , C?G cl , 1 vn l ' a,? their vie lt sl ,.It d l',Ior t.hI stiart. I" t . ' v'n ,i i. Uliid the i, r i ln i f tvor or ;the '?"l il ; wl'.e I 'i,1' .Sentce1 t.lho i ti ' r l ' ,l i\" ' t(l' .nls. Col 1 I,. l i , '- iTil I'lted on his I n'li nrI' 0n1 t 1cI rules 1 IIIII ' lllliil.f ;a d Ie kept;. lhe > li' . a' ;ll l "oI a. h1 1 play ,, iI'i \v.- lii'l s\till breeze il', , lllt -rl ", i 1 l t a x li . laii,,l W ,, .11 , ?/ l ie ' il ;it the. ' tr , "si I i l'"illrlt li4 it 1 " "?'-eih,, "d had . . ii. lii I t .,core. andii~l th\Cr a1tIjtb. 5 ! l0 O ýi'5 Ico i rcte. t~ý&lt; " t 11 lit~ shooting clis ll it ýi. cl C cl go. bttt· I aj o.w iv a.iind Ryan Id5 tu ' *olluvcl' bIy a, t0 ht Kns t th cores at E.1ie "tlil, rnrcnr~t~ Clc ., - ...
LILYDALE v YARRA JUNCTION. AN EXCITING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
V .\ll(iH T \rC.T;IOiN, . E tc I r t '1 c fiCi. ll :. 1.tuttrdu nurt iieti fougti 'iout ill the last Iitua I (diion (i d n))t "tlu"I_. I[an;c?,'icr. ir. r:u.;( .u-r: ai _ y n 1:;1 till: Ii'i.' VL it ler : f s .t. i i: !tt 1c11 Iiiis. .Iia s 11!(111 - 1 ;oll I.. l'o tle . ;tj. ! l I '11.itt l'rialrta and t i t".-ls Il ulkiu, ualeu, 1Vil ia~uis 'I i'I 11a I ·n;e xe. ?aao . M-orx i t:', tll itt";. *tockcla ie. Will 1'ar Itit I Loihg leeueC i,. ; I It,, I titi .i Inil iiiit It c th e Ic l frttttt i . r i tle l ;1t11t11t IIt ch lather Wliliri ,. II\.'l 1 .(:llilydll e rn a .1 ;~.l Il: 1111 1 to \oden. it .1ii : I *~i t TtL'l t 'thu tptt it 'i. tt 1'.i'r i Junctionton! i_ Ir uiti rti itt it'iii' thttu rt iti-o :I lli. fllrn ircl lit tiro n i ppeti dl 1~1bi li it '.~ \it t a.t gtot .! >ii it iati: I (If .t ti9 e v,, itl l J tn'"'i I tnU . dialli 1L mid-e j *a l i h i ti ' le t iter of~ t et 1 at u - hi' ltIi V. anti :1.outC iii. rrIit' \It uuiiru it was a. prettV li ii rebii" it n tieh ...
RAPE AS A FODDER PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
RAPE AS A FODDER PLANT. On both farm and station the area under rape is each year being increas ed, as it is rightly recognised as one of our best fodder plants for, lamb-fat tening, and until lucerne is more gen erally used than it is at present, rape will continue to be extensively grown. Like several of the Brassica family, rape is said to have sprung from a roadside weed, and no doubt its pre sent high state of development is due largely to selection. The rape plant has been grown in Great Britain for centuries, and has always been prized as a sheep fodder plant. It is in many ways allied to the swede turnip, except that it expends its growth in the mak ing of leaf; whereas swede turnips pro duoo both root and leaf. . Rape under favdrable circumstances and conditions will give a larger crop in a minimum time than most fodder plants, with, of course, the exception of lucerne; but the former requires that the soil should be in good condition and well cultivated to ensure a profita...
MATURING CHEESE BY ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
"MATURING CHEESE BY ELECTRICITY. An in??ustrial electrician at Rotter dam is re'ported to having discovered a method of giving age to cheese by means of electricity. After a long series of ex:periments, he found that he could take an absolutely fresh ohesse and give it. all the consistency, taste, and appeararnce of a fine cheese that had been stared away and carefully aged for two years. He takes a fresh cheese and subjects it to an alternating current. At the end .of twenty-four hours of constant . alternating electrical currents through :this cheese it possesses all the proper ties of a fine two-year-old cheese. This has naturally aroused great in terest in Holland, where cheese-making is one of the big industries. It is said the electrician claims he can do many other things with cheese by means of electricity, including an ap paratus that will enable the manufac Sturer to so graduate and direct elcc trical action of this nature as to give cheese any taste desired and any oon si...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
Stop at the old and tried Drapery Establishment n the New Position-- R oomy, Spacious Pre mises---filled with a Big Up-to-date and Varied Stock. PHILLIPS, --- DRAPER MAIN STREET - LILYDALE. BUY LOCALLY. SAVE TIME. SAVE TEMPER. SAVE--£. s. d. DRESS HATERIALS A Nice-Selection of NEWEST DRUSS FABRICS In Smartest Shades. At Lowest Prices obtainable in the State. A Beautiful Range of BLOUSES, TRIMMINGS, LACES, Etc..-- Etc. ±-1',JIAL VALUE IN MILLINERY- TRIMMING, --- ETC. - All the most becoming new shapes, colors and ideas are now showing in this Department. It piovides in the fullest degree the Latest Styles at very Reduced Prices. SPECIAL VALUE IN HOSIERY & GLOVES . . .. .0 I?. .. . A LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS a& SHOES In all the Best and Most Up-to Date Shapes and Styles Available. SPECIAL PRICES. - We only ask YOU to vL it us. The Variety and Value will make you friends and customers fpr -- ever. INSPECTION INVITED. Post Orders Promptly Attended fo. - Satisfaction Guarante...