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FOOLING THE MISSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
FOOLING. THE MISSUS. A very lazy man was asked by his wife to dig the potatoes in the garden. He consented, and after digging for a few minutes went into the house, re marking that he had found a coin. He put it in his pooket and went back to work. Presently ie returned to the house, saying he had found another coin, which on being washed turned out to be atwo-shilling piece, He put this in his pocket.. " I have worked pretty hard," said he to his wife, "I think I'll take a short nap." When he awoke he found that his wife ,ad dug the remainder of the potatoes, but she had found no coin. It at last dawned upon her that she had been "taken in." Willie tried by various means to interest his father in conversation. "Can't.you see I'm trying to read?" said the exasperated parent. "Now, don't bother me." Willie was silent for almost a minute. Then, reflective ly, "Awful accident on the under ground to-day." Father looked up with interest. "What's that?" he asked. "What was the accident?" ...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Speoial Correspondent). This summer has brought more than the uual number of big fires in the city and suburbs. The lcsses repre sented by the disasters that have oc curred during the past few ihonths make a staggering total. Flourishing business enterprises have encountered serious set-backs because insurance is never anything like adequate compen sation for the dislocation of operations in a live concern, which is aslbad as the actual loss of goods, plant and buildings that go up in smoke, or remain a dole ful tribute to the devastation of an element against which the most elabor ate precautions yet devised are by no means efficient. That there has been a vast improvement in the methods of fire fighting, and the equipment and or ganJsation of the metropolitan bri gades cannot be gainsaid. Outbreaks which have taken place recently and which, although they have caused en ormous damage would, if opposed only by the forces and appliances at dis posal just a ...
RATHER SERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
RATHER SERIOUS. An elderly- laborer, although in ill health, went to work despite his wife's repeated cautions. One day his fore man, who prided himself on his tact, paid a visit to the good woman. "Mrs Jones," he said, after passing the time of day, "I'm afraid your hus band isn't going to lihve much longer." "Good heavens l" she exclaimed mn alarm. "What makes you think that?" "Well, madam, he replied thought fully, "he dropped dead about in hour ago."
SHAKE UP, LILYDALE! To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
• SHAiKE UP, LILYDALE! To- ? the Editor. Sir,--II hartily eudors3 tl,' re marks -of your, correspondent. Rate payer,'.last. Week re the inectil of your- public and business men wI0ith regard to the progress of L.ilyd:d.'. It is more than surprising to think that so little effort .has b)ea put. for ward to make Lilydale a real live centre. For examp!e, take the reILi dents of this district. PrLctichtily all of them could htve3 bece drawn to your town had their bzen any busi ness acumen shobwn by the laders. Here wa are only about 3. t mile's away, and [y et wo have no dirr'ct road to Lilydale, and' at one time a road could have been obtainied at Sniunimum of cost, but, a fehlinig' of indiffercnca was'nmanifest at, the Lily ialc end, hence the business gCes he other way. Tlie same nmight be aid. of two other districts towards he mounltains. It. scors tht-tt.thl'rc s a fear oni the part of the Iil' lale towonsmeni to take the lead. and Low is theI time for your critic to aunch forth' a...
AN ENQUIRY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
,AN ENQUIRY. (To the .Editor.) Sir,-It is some five or six Inoullis since &lt;, colleotion'vwas made in Ya:rra Junction and L40 raised to bliy a piece of land at Yarra Junction t, form a" recreation ground, and I'rs tees were chosen to carry out, thisl idea, and also to ask the poplh:' to subscribe the remainder Now. sone of the .contributors would lilke to know 'whether that. IO is lost or not.- If.lost, who hhs it?--Yours.etc ONE WHO WANTS TO IKNOW YOU KNOW Yarra Junction, Jan. 19 1911. ,~ ,x
ENSILAGE—THE FAVORITE FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
ENSILAGE-THE FAVORITE FODDER (By "Agriculturalist" in "New Zealand Dairyman.")" That the feeding of cows is one of the most important matters connected with dairying,'no one can gainsay, but j of the many foods in general use, I will at present touch on only one-ensil age. No argument, to my mind, 1 could be adduced against the use or ensilage, and any contention to justify the setting aside of fodder of such para s mount importance would not hold ground in the face of practical experi ence on the dairy farm. Ensllage contains no substance that would in any 3 way tend to interfere with the organ ) isms of the cow, while it contains .o little acid that its color is not objec 1 tionable. It- can be made when hay cannot, and even this is an important point, espeoially in Southland and Tar a?naki where the weather is so variable. It may not supersede hay-making, b a; that is probably because of the variety of user which the colonial farmer puts hay to. Regarding the preparation or ensil...
OBITUARY THE LATE MRS. NODEN. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
OBITUARY TIIE LATE M1],s. NOI)IN. The death', which occurred in th, Melbourne Hospital oil Mond.v I: et oflifrs Rachel Murray Nodel. wif.e of Mr W. J. Nolen, of Li. ydarl. canme as a great surprise and shock to their many Lilydal. freinds and acquaintances. A short time l:pc viously the'deceased developed svipl toms of a serious internal trouble. and her medical adviser ordered her removal to the Melbourne lIosl,it.:al for treatment. As tihe result of an examination by the medical otlicers. in that institution, it was decided thalt an operation was ncce.sar'. but beforne- this could be ci?ftel c blood poisoning supervened, and Ithe patient rapidly sank, and died as stated. The late Mrs Noden. who wazs '54 years of age, was a ki:ad hearted4 and sympathetic neighbor. rm;other "wlhb was . passtonat'I fond of .her cliildren, tand a wife 'who was intensely devotod to Ier husband and her home. Shi \\as the mothier of William, 6Ialph. 110 race, Charles, Andrew, Cyril. and fHector Noden, an...
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
i.. .. . . - FliIDAY, JANUARY 23rd,-- 1914 • .f - , - · -- , Notice.-Paragraphs as advertise - ments cannot:be inserted unless paid for in the usual way. Our adver Stising .columns are available, and ~ve will be pleased to direct atten tion to announcements by means of paragraphs. as ot A.concert 'is advertised in this th issue to be held in Otha Wandin Hall on Saturday evening next in , aid of the Wandin RIecreation. Gi(ro:nad i May -flattering references :have been inade 'by subscribers and others to0 the- at -calendar "for 1914 issued, ivitih a- recent, issue of tllis -paper. '6 A district c orrespondent wirites : 'The splendid almanac sent out; with il yoir last ' week's- issue has,. been greatly -admired and favoraly: spo ken :of. It is-much appreciated by yourix subscribers here" .Tlie secre tary of a districth' Mecehanics' In stitute writes :-"I am directed to heartily thank you for. having'.sup plied the inistitution. with?'a: copy of youri valuable paper duiring- the past i...
THE FOOTSTEPS OF A DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
THE FOOTSTEPS OF A DOG. For the information of those who ar' in the habit of sending a dog for their cows, I wish to report a little experi ence which I have had along this line. I tested the milk from a cow after she was brought up by a stable dog, the dog in turn being in charge of a small boy. She was considerably excited and quite warm. Her milk tested 2.3. The next morning her test was 4.1, and a week later, when she was brought in by a man and perfectly -ool, her milk tested 6.2. Now you ran figure out whether or not it pays to use a dog around the dairy herd. I should state that the pasture and feed were exactly the same in each in stance." t- tP't • a an t-n1an
THE HAND SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
THE HAND 'SEPARATOR. The value of a hand separator de pends very largely upon the person who runs it and cares for the cream. There is no question but what the separator has its advantages, but in the hands . i a careless person it very soon bcecones a detriment. Most of the st i.da i machines are made to iun easily, and almost as smoothly as a sewing ma ohine, but how many after being used a while turn like a feed chopper, and, for noise, a thrashing machine is not in it. The froubio is generally vra..e ab!e to uraclean conditions of the rear ing and lack of oil. Not that oil is not used, but the oil holes and chan nels become clogged up and the oil cannot reach the gearing. One of the first things a farmer should do after buying a separator is to get per fectly familiar with every part of the gearing. This is as important to un derstand as the bowl. Milk very often gets into the gearing, and this always causes trouble till removed. Watch this, and keep the gearing ab solutely free...
Horse Racing [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
race S.* Roche's We. 'oundd t 'bank aC'" on a j nues oi hi. dhemsdlvears Ingon has loracker, but aI, aitel bothe. himself a hnd I not a fioret in a few yai forgedin fron i claimed thi e m ; Mr Kirwal Sither the r see gether, and nor Mr R i r ness, bitin tm lenly in sinspectionw the ran· ai The rlbler P';!:* " It's a g while I iwan "Consilie *' Heidelbr? deal of as-s 1- Heidelb r,, a challevnm· !r two localri tracks. l' a were present : which wai i ; ). event vwais:. son's 1Dar, was Crea:i K ;s raced at Y::i I -1- -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
MONEY TO LEND ONIM REEoo t FARM S DU NCANWELLER 67 QUEEN ST VyEIIB9URNP, ý.7 II;. i ý, A -"I; 3' .ý AT LAST! HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH SEPARA TORS available. at prices HITHERTO U?NKNOWN. Our introduotion of the NEW MODEL "VEGA" Has dealt a death-blow to the Exorbitant Prices charged by our Competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE I The New Model "VEGA" Is no roughly and cheaply constructed separ ator. It has no superior in quality, and in price there's nothing to approach it. WE ASK all intending buyers to verify these statements, and thus SAVE MONEY, whioh is none too plen tiful these times. PRICES: 12 Gal. £3 15 0 28 Gal. £7 0 0 55 Gal. £10 10 0. 80 Gal. £15 15 0 Energetic Gommission Agents wanted throughout Victoria. Splendid opportunity smart salesmfven Krite to-day, Department "K.P.,:' Buckeye Harvester Co t4 ti ,52 FRANCIS ST., MELBOURNE PIXIE'S PLANTS GROW W.Igr A Botaual M carvel. Eaeb little 'Pot is filled kith crtilised soil and contains I've eaods that gro vigorously In 48 hours afltev betn...
INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
INTERESTING INVEN'TIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. It is reported by the well known Pa bent- Attorneys, Messrs. G. G. Turri d Co., of "The Rialto,'" Collins Street Melbourne,-that in the ordinary course Patents of the Commonwealth will" b&lt; granted in respect of all or most of thi following inventions. Complete spe cifications and drawings are publicl3 available.. MilkiLg Machine-hand operatec (6313-1375)-The teats are anted, upon by pads controlled bycords. - A. P. Hleyman, purchaser from J. Neilson, Denmark. Cultivator (6316-1275)-A channe: iron frame, -triangular with devices to receive and hold twines.-A. E. Miles, Victoria. " Wire Strainer and Twister (6380 1277)-A yoke carries a" winch barrel, having horns, etc.-J. O'Oallaghan, Victoria. Head Gear for Windmill (6559 I"78)--This pump mill has toothed ren duotion gear in an oil tight casing with oil distributing devices. - J. Alston, Victoria. Detachable scarifier share (6616 1279)-Wrought metal with the socket integr...
ON GOLDEN WINGS. CHAPTER XXI. GARTON COMES TO GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 23 January 1914
ON GOLDEN WINGS. (By .W. Howell Poole). " CHAPTER XXI. GARTON COMES TO GRIEF. A southerly wind and a cloudy sky Proolaim it a hunting morning. We have said that Arthur was con stantly haunted by strange and undefin able memories of the past. Not that he strove to put such memories from him. That were impossible. Eva's pale face arose too constantly before him, oreating an endless, sad regret for the happy life denied him. Such memories were even with him now as he strolled leisurely through the grounds of Lynwood, to be awakened Sfrom his reverie by the gathering of a hunting-party in the avenue, which he had reluctantly promised to attend, and therefore had no recourse but to hasten to the Manor to make some trifling al terations to his appearance. He had already visited an outlying cover in the early morning, accompanied by Charley Westerton, Lord Garton, and a few of his own college-friends, who were gath ered together, at Sir Laurence's secret wish, to help dispel the gloom that...