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WARBURTON. Empire Fair [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

WARBURTON. Empire Fair The }]ai-, whic.? is . the annual effoirt of the Anglican looal body, on behalf of the vicarage buildiang lund, suffered iv soma extent from the the sailen cause as thia lecihan Lcs. Ball--tl h dullness of the times. l.n ai o6rdinary. , year.,afecte ,?o well oir rnised .a:cld arranagel so prettlly, would have easily netted L100. As it is, the committee will have done wel1 to secure L40 oi L50, coined from the pockets of the few people who, iegardless of thlie portents of war, pestilence and 'famill, braved the ons'niughts of .the sanlliolders aicl -feadited their eyes on the beau ties and' horroi s of Jarlev's Wax works. ,\echanicd' listitu?a Aninu?l Ball Amongst tdhe meme?s:s of the war will be includel th1. e anlnu1l ball of 1914, for Ih1e yeay small attendance ,wa a correcl reflectiol of thie tight ness of .hle times due tlo the clos ing down of the mills, Tlings were not so h1ad .c len with some misgiv:lags the decision t:3 l:,old thi ball- was come t~, bu...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

CROYDON. For t-he rain -that hhs fallen since tlast week :'we -nre. extremely grate ful, though, we hope for more soon. Late crops, pastures, and house sup plies have largel)y benefitted..a and though" we sometimes speak deC pigingly of water iand water drin kers, we are forced tr realise at timhes )vhat an. indispensable 'element the water "at least is. SThe early -crops of 'oats in par ticular in' tlis locality are exceed ingly goodl; in lfact there are some ag?iicultuiralists tlhom this, dry sea sori hasi favoired land they will ]?vevo receid .yields. i i:ds arvesting on a small sciale..has. a'ready: coemmececd. With niore rains and no unse:son able. frosts, there should be good cirops of: maize- andl other produce, cr-et. thouigh t?e oi-ci.hards will be having a season of comlparative rest. Election .matters are still qi;et. IThe cindidltc's have almost lin - ished .iring li tfcirr'iws. Possibly the usual iinterest will be manifested as - electioniday apprciiclcs, but at present...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Engineer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

Engineer's Report. Mf A. K. T. uSanelll reported Wo ,ds Poin; Poad 0? lpairs have -been effected, to the worst.? places on this road. between - Big Pat's Creek and Cement' Creek road, withl bIalance of grant monies.. Blacksamds Road.-Good I r.'~.ss has been made wi!t this work. Ab out L40 has been expended, and the road --is now- in a safe condi tion for trafli. HIoddle's Creek Road.--Conbtrac- tor -Staff is making good progress ivith i-is contract for tlhis work. Wilson's Road.-This roajl has beein nearly completed, -and some repairs ' will be effectd 'fl bnm the Hazledene School'to; Blston's. - siding, Slaty Creek.--1 find that a strip 30ft. in width is available for road purposes on theceast side of the siding at Slaty Creek, and as the company has stated its wil linguess to carry out the work with out delay, J. would recommend that they should be requested :-to carry out the work at once.-Cr Mackley moved that the engin.eer prepare plans, and specificatioas at once and that the ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SLATEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

SLATEY CREEK. "- --4 (Friom Our Own Correspondent ) -Mr C. Bryant has decided to try his luck at sheep-farming, and has purchased •about -7oo sheep for a start. It is a-wonder that' more-of :'our landholders hereabouts lo not go in for sheep raising, is they seem to thrive here very well. At the present price of,-wool and mutton, it ought to be a payable propo sition. Mr Petitt has a eucalyptus dis tillery fixed up, and has given- it a trial. When everything is in good running order he hopes to produce a fair amount of oil. He has also had his siding on the Powelltown line put in order, and has the engine drawri up in posi tion for firewood cutting. He hopes soon to have that also in full swing. It is a pleasure these times, when most other industries are at a standstill, to see a local resident -with so much enter prise. The surprise: party fiends 'are on the warpath again: On Fri day night last they invaded a local resident's house to the number of about 40, and just about filled ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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SILVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

H SILVAN. - 7• . (From. Our Owih Correspoudent.) A. New Church Christ. Churcn?h Siviain. was con secrated for put)lic worslhip by Arch bishop Clarke last Sundtay. ro ceedincgs colInienced at 10 a.im. by 5 christening ,conducted by 'the vicar, the Riev. G. Gilder, vhio as sist,-d dri'ng the s rvice which fol lowred. Thi'e bui:ding was lille ; t? )verlhwling by ani interested coil regation... which comiprised manmy M'thcc' si; f ,inds andl visitrs from .eville and W?nildin. T1he hbishop rcaclhe-t an eloquent sermonl,.t ltll l se of whichi'he read the documenit formally declica!ing the e.dcli o and congratulated the congregation on their success mi posse:sing. 'a.ft.r some years of effort. a clhiurh: prae tically free froni.debt. even y?oung people frotm Soeville were conlirmed. the building will be a? decided a.c luisition to Sitlvan architecture, and its eretion reflectsý.greate crecit upon the ch,urcii committee, parLculaurly Mirs. Wiseman. w'ho lis cline woilders in ersilig thelicd...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELECTRICITY. PROPOSAL TO SUPPLY LILYDALE PUBLIC MEETING. DIVIDED OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

ELECTRICITY. -ij f0 SUlpILY LLYDALE . I'lBLIC. lEETING. - , TIlllDED OPINION. tas an attendance of abouti en at the Shlira Halt '-- eenlig list, at tla public r'called by the Shire Presi consider the proposed elec- . (,ltiag of Lildale. ' ;hire ] resident (Cr James e o utlined the objects of r ,i l and siid hlie agreed v ;"t pi the nproposal, aS the f coIe whent L lhdale. should I rlting fa-ilirties. Abcui v tr a ti council. obtained .1 S (lrKt cino - L20 on a pro- h fl r Li lydile, and MTr Sto give ti leron iiifornia- a , the ocvni of the ra:tepay-, ~ in for r. 0Clicm, II hoped rnl bIhe an extCensive pant i;that i l. t11(ed1 No t in-1pot oe il dn. One t, suit;ithi f? hr' nededci, t t .li: iii .1 fliti ruiOtC and otit _d {. e There was nethlinmlg?ikl 6l/ý;li antd th' ilme car dn i is ;,,atl I e:t r 1 g't? ing system '1 -;rCired t.hrtughl)iut tie shre". b s nothing' t bring iiiQ{0 eT i,?, and ýri-htness 'ýi'mll ,hl. Gind 1plent1Y of ii. '". Crowh 1y. e.ectric.l engi .I c a9 then call...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

RINGWOOD MARKET, 1ilrket Well supplied. 1Iilkcr=, wecliunº r lualitV, halrd to quit UP'' L I l1s ; sprin{;ers~ to LG 5 ~; ftltd C'OWS, good. to L8 cl(1pp~rý F' 15s " .ersey Lcifers to L11 l ' ' vealers G; t (lies 8s Lto 12s; 'jalcCS G3s t' according to sill a tjiit' l, ]I'coulIL .cone forwa rd; porktr lighr to .!i~sý breedin; s;w fri l Li. l JA ti o 1, ; auji' . u kern 10s Gd t, J is; ]a ý k (,Ict cWCS ""-s t ri. Putt l ("II;·II ens 6d to lthl pair; or: Gdir; due~kliiiF is Jdt G I~o·Ic~ kJl. Irn II , 4jj il ))J;dri~' If r Lard tqu u at at . usual) pi c, ct j

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

YARRA JUNCTION. Fromt Our OwU Correspohideut. Last week l'rofe~sr Mlud ji. liveredl a, leeure on t 1l ,.,a,nt iTrll, Ie:an crisis. (ioiug ha,.k haout IOUl years. the leitunrr glaw instyn. of hItlw histi,'ry rol.ilM i0. i.,; King Phillip of Splin iI'wl phllmI i1: to a waLr lwhic l'm, aii:tl(' frim ni ti. bition. his aim ( l: ohjl.ct bhiu v! t, rule the worl(l. ii hI w.uild ii :il proul:ability havw 'ee u lPs c1 , i h:1(1 ot on' little uution It kten it. .lstand in the cause If jsti-c. "Thu nation was G;reat. t 'ritin. N.;c I came to King Phillip;s :!u, ..r lut ambition, Napoleon Ilio Ip rl.: ho too Ind tr1ied to ouqii.r I. wvorld. and had 1 vt1 n irrm1cJlI hi hl of his puoll, shield oi.u,, ti throne of I:ungland. ?Il'.,iuim. :ui Ruissia. but once umur.' (.;rat lr;it ii, haul st.ppiud ini in th: (as.i: of jui- ti'e. and had lprevent. d tle wS ... nations I ?leing over-riddjtn by Ihi: stronger. Ncxt hle .puke, f tll Zlllu warl. and ham ' oicv a.lila Great. Brit:?ain h.ld int' to th r. ...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

CROYDON. (Frout Our OWn C-orr (: utreslull,}rut. ) tS.ditg icult h arisen uectio a wit tir leadiiý i Public Lf Soil] ` staid.tc" 11r } . Persunlt t fu .Iautt cl,.or tlr! I:'t t~clee Iir,.l~i as hf10 assisnun also he roi~jt fir. link,,,~ leatuwt hlutdus. hiey"it, urrl ii re ign ois vrsiti k tr t i r I orii run f good £~i Oirtitne, T1 evili be lnIt ý": ?ali\ng a k Mr Jk u11s al i Oe six huudclre~l, l VI! zinr. it A. lultnrb a th, a f nit to r thav e to.clu 1 a tir room.i, iht, srntiln n ItT hi 1,',1td nI lll fared l« iut. f.r would da : i od a ,t in i \ Ii I eenigs anid atunr.i a li also c, Ibe fLro citt' fof uail, haoul, ea h wee ~ck. 1~' 11. at oncec. h~ut, Vlutersfo 'u,ý,al and iattid 15 , "t~ eveing wllt , c 7'hec local c'ricketer; ar, b 1` 11 I , raun yf gooj \'ernont"an~lJ ;Iakbur c 'ui s ilg dr walking ans ou,;,r da~le: for thle Evel?·I "tt t"itrtcnarr ha.[L rttrr .rst a1ti u e P: cda.ý- nighlt, butolnrcnn l, been nbL ' Vt shºke lhin up I'''l an i cl st al ill, Ih , r t·

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Lilydale Express FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

FRIDAY, NO\VEMBERi{ 13th, 1914, Bouwling.-!vanhoe v. Lilydale. - A tcam from ! vanhce will v's't Lily dale on Wednesday next, .18th iust; wvhen a good game is anticipated. The Ly~.dale team .will ,be selected from tlie following, :-Lowe. Foster. Morev., iMenies, Mitchell. ;Evans, Pet. tit, Guthrie, Jolmstaon. 1IaTiron, Itar r:s:n, Phillips; Ma!tlhnsw Wilsci1 R. Morton, Scott, Holyoak, Duncan, Stevens, and Miiddleton. Ivanhce's team will be-Dr Adam, hurrell, Shaw, Baird, lendle', Willis, Jen kins, 1ysouth, Davey, Ojks, Mfaggs, Kncll. Swimming Carnival at Lilydale-At. a meeting lheldin ithe Athenaeamn Hall on Wednesday evening, it was decidedi tholl a swniming ca'n:val 'at Lilydale on A.N.A. Day nlext. An amounit is in hand from l?st carni, val, held two years ago. Iihe price of membership tickets was fixedat 2s (d. admittingL member and laidy antd member's fauily under the .age of 12 years. A- further meeting will be held -on Friday, 27th inst., to arrange the programme and consider ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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CLOVER SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

CLOVER SICKNESS. Plant diseases are no respecters of persons or countries. ;Tho crops of democratic England and bureaucratic' Russia, the crops of the Czar of thou sands of acres and of the peasant's lot are alike subject to the same mala dies and weaknesses. The problem of-. the clover-sickness or clover-fatigue, as it is called on the Continent, has been prominent in Russia for some years, and an eminent agricultural scientist, Professor Koffo witch, who studied the subject with special care, .has recorded the results of his investigations in the Russian journal for experimental agriculture. His experiments : were made .. chiefly with pot-cultures, by which method he was able to exclude outside influences; he used soil suffering in a high degree' from clover-sickness, as well as soil in which clover.had never been cultivated. and as showing that pot-culture afford dd satisfactory means of studying the question, the- professor mentions that clover-sickness soon manifested itself in...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

Public Notices. INSURE :AT ONCE 2WITH THE -ROYAL INSURANCE CO LTD. FUNDS, £19'031,200. ANNUAL INCOME; £7,542,708. FIRE (including Crops and Stacks) HAILSTONE, LIVE STOCK, PER SONAL ACCIDENT. 3WORKERS' COMPENSATION. MARINE and PROFITS. -Local Agent at -Lilydale.- . A.J. HOPKINS. " TUESDAY, NOV. 24.. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMPBELL & SONS (Kiuk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) will. hold- their. .-usual Bi-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS,. SPRINGERS, ,,AT AMND . STORE COWS,. and lines of: DAIRY I.HEIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by - CAMPBELL & SONS, BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. %I[ltTIGTWOOID MARIKET. .ILELLAND. 8' CO., STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, RINGWOOD Mr Aliok Ml'Clellan, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY MONDAY, ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, . i POULTRY, 1 URNITURIE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation' Paddock provid...

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GREEN OATS FOR FATTENING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

GREEN OATS FOR FATTENING CATTLE. The value of the green Algerian oat crop for fattening sheep is gaining a high place in Tasmania farming opera tions. The crop grows so strongly in this Sfate that in most districts it is necessary to feed the paddocks off up till September. While benefiting the crop a good return is also secured from the stock thus fattened. In some cases Algerian oats are sown to provide feed alone, and not with any idea of after wards cutting for hay. On the Pal merston Estate, in the Cressy district, the greater part of 200 acres was sown with Algerians for such a purpose this season. It is found that sheep are readily fattened in this manner, and the paddocks turn off a,large number of fat stock. The land is also well ma nured by the sheep, and is ready for cultivation for the following crop at a very early stage. By using the crops in this way the manager (Mr. C. R. Stewart) has been enabled to turn off, on an average, over a fat sheep to the acre "since the be...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

(. (o the Editor.) Sir,-Surelyr Lilyda'e is 'not'going to drop.. the Shiow this year. It will be a..lright.. We alwayslook for ward to it, and this year. more par ticu!arly will we -support. it in every "way. I hopei the. committee or whoever has the reins will rec kon that the people of the. Shire have a coin or two to spare not only to keep the flag flying, but to keep- the Slhow going as one of the institutions of tihe year.- Yours etc., COW COOKIE.

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SUSCEPTIBILITY OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

SUSCEPTIBILITY OF MILK. As an instance of'the influence that objectionable odours have on milk even before being' drawn from the cow, the following case is reported:--A herd of milking cows were put in a field, in one part of which a calf had been buried, but not sufficiently deep. Thus the cows breathed the air infected with the mia sma' of putrefaction. The milk of the cows was found to be spoilt-not only so, but the contagion seemed in some way to pass to the milk of some other cows that were in contact with them in the milking shed: Other facts show ing the sensitiveness of milk are cited. If a bowl of milk happens to be left near a vessel containing agpreparation of tar,. the milk will absorb the odour, ahd milk should be avoided that has been standing in the room of anyone suffering from tuberculosis. These facts demonstrate the. necessity of care in handling milk, and show that cow sheds should be kept' in a condition of great cleanliness, and .that even the air that the anim...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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LILYDALE SHOW. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

LILYDALE SHOW. To the Editor. Sir'.-Tlhe annual Lilycdle Show has become suclhi an institution that. the rumor that it is tp be dropped this year has come upon a. good many as a blow, and a serious one at that. We - producers wish. to send our productions there, *whether farming, dairying, horses, cattle, and sheep. But surely thli war has not scared the committee. At this time we should show our Austra lian spirit, and keep the righ;t end up, and not let people feel that all are_ scared because war is on. Ln the old country not one single func tion has been, dropped, and surely Lilydale, who recently did such honor to the Shire boys. who went to the war, -will not destroy the effect by "pinching'? at home. 'I the Show is held it will be suppor ted, and should be supported better than 'ever, but for goodness sake don't go into mourning whilst our armies are doing so well.-Yours &c, PATRIOT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from PURE AND VERY W!HOLESOIE. DISTILLERY ESTABLISH-ED OVER 335 ?TA Pure French Grape ___- - ___ Cognac The Original House o STEWART, Edinburg F aounded 1779 A STRAIGHT TIP ! " DRINK STEfiWARkTS" LIVE STOCK INSURANCI ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEAT'l Fl.([I ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS CONMMENCING WITIH ATTIEMPI' TO FOAL AND DEATII FROMI ANY CAUSE TIl.:I'. SAFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRI:NT. CLAi..x I'Ill1'TLy P.\lt ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPIESEiTEOI L --T A:\PILY '1'.Y , T DALGETTY Co., L'iT., NiEYJf j1 ?EEMANENTLY (uPePr HydAtid2 Liverind udeeyTroabjes, Ost~ie tlccrt, 1tntcrrA! Otr"o tbo Std tIcd 5!9 lyr bol'!e. tmrmiL 4i.9 S. A. PALMER, 489 FLJNDER.R LANE. MEIAJWouNr F FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur idea: Experiment. The world is eager fo: something new, which, however, siue pie it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things bettor. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduco w...

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

OUR LETTER BOX S00-- Without -iecessarily- indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on.topics of public interest, which may be intelligent ly anld brielly cxprcssed and free from peirsonalities, on . cindition of rccciving the writer's real name, not-necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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HOME CHEESE-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

HOME CHEESE-MAKING. A lady writing in an Australian paper gives her experiences in the old-fash ioned art of home cheese making. She says: Many a farmer's wife would like to occasionally make a small cheese for home use, but not knowing how, and considering it a difficult and risky bask, is deterred from undertaking it. Some years ago I learned to make cheese while visiting at the home of a friend, and it has proved a very useful part of my education, by supplying our table with a good and wholesome article. Be sides, when friends and neighbours tasted it, I became notable for the pro duction of fine home-made cheese, and had demand for more than I could make. The hints herewith may be use ful. For home cheese-making on a small scale one usually has all the required implements on hand. First, a well cleaned wash boiler will answer for a vat. Take five quarts of milk for each pound of cheese to be made-a four or five-pound cheese is about right for fanm ily use. Use all morning's mil...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXV. "COURAGE, VAL !" [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914

TAE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXV. "COURAGE, VAL!" Raymond Duval could scarcely be lieve his eyes, ihen he saw his wife allow the Marquis of Belgrave to kiss .1 her hand. Involuntarily he clenched his fist, and directly his guest had de parted, hurri'id upstairs to give her the benefit of his opinion. On her side, It had scarcely been a case of permission, for Lord Belgrave had taken her completely by surprise; but still she was aware that she could have prevented it at the last moment, if it had not been for a wild desire to revenge herself upon her husband. As soon as she reached her room, she flew to the washstand and plunged her hand into a basin of water-as if an ocean could have washed out the. stain of these sin-steeped lips. When Duval appeared, she put on an air as . if she were only washing her hands just as usual. before retiring to rest, and he forgot to be surprised that she had not waited to take off her dress. .He came in, shut the door, looked round, to see that, the m...

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