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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
[TERTON Stral Cash Store GLEN, oCstom rs and Fiiend ? Beare to stay, We are' * taak' a suCCess. We ~-th country and the:: SWe like Our Busi an3nd strive to increase it a lllhonourable means. o; iEST GOODS and 0 r,1 LOW PRICES are what count. Oder Will Convince You. Fi y1st-cass Valut in IlElpTiIlE G 110i BOOT & SHOES IRONMIONGEPRY CROCKERY - GROCERIES ri Dehvcred all over the I" District Illa' t forget the Addresa : P. i ATHER TON he 'IARRA GLEN C?r Nahtional Cattle Food of all ron and Lancashire Fire Insur r me.Co. y. Arges, Lilydale Express and fll eekly papers. ý.N SUPPLY ANYTRING. I.1 -- - P. iatest aid you can give. -vwspaper is your JOB PRIINT SIf ou do not feel able to Sir -ertisements, you can give ?i.l, xper your cards, dodgers, anii..dsl envelopes, and all busi n.?ý!.rinting to execute. The news nrs man wants it, and it helps i t la his printers for setting . thousand and one FREE IlCEb he gives your town; but pj [ give it to the printer or job hein" : oilice that ...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
IOF RURiL INTEREST (By "Rustious.") The people of Victoria are indebted to" the Rev D. A. Cameron for his public. tribute to the magnificent cour age with which the ' settlers in the 'drought-stricken districts are facing "tha troubles that are thick upon them. People who are not -brought into per sonal touch with the men on the land. :in tfiose parts and wlio form their con ,clusions from published reports of ap peals for Government assitance and de tails of what the Government, intend doing to help settlers, are apt to over look the many sturdy men among those building up the producing industries who 'are manfully meeting difficulties that would" discourage any but the stoutest~hearted. 'Mr. Cameron's ac count of what he saw during a recent visit to the northern parts of the Mal lee is therefore timely and welcome. Speaking to a city congregation, he said: "I visited the farthest parts of the Mallee, and I found that the set tlers had no grievance against anyone or anything. They ...
IMPORTANCE OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
IMPORTANCE OF LIME. the British "Agricultural Gaz ette'' writes:--"The gospel of lime is one that agricultural lecturers should continue to preach, for the most pro gressive farmers have long since real ised the indispensibility of this ma terial as being essential to fertility; there are many others who are still careless as to whether their land is de ficient in lime, and never even take the trouble to find out by small ex periments whether their. practice of going on farming without lime is a good one. The virtues of lime have been demonstrated over ' and over again in different parts of the country. We have an instance before us of a manurial experiment on a field. of meadow grass, and before the different plots were dressed with fertilisers the whole of the ground was treated with ground lime. The plots as a whole stood out conspicuously above the rest of the field, including, one that re ceived no artificial-manure, but only the .lime. In: short, one. small' plot in a big fiel...
SEVILLE v. COLDSTREAM. Played at Coldstream. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
SEVILLE. v. COLDST'REAM. Played at Coldstream.- - Coldstream. ---1 Inninigs: W; Town, b LePage - ... W: Madden, c Read, 1b LeP: g 23 If Morris; b LePage ..- _ C. Madden. b LcPage. :. 16 D. Madden. b LePage c .. 7 R. Bowie, b LePage ... 4 S.- Bnrirty, -b Wallace 0... N. Frost, c Read, b Wallace . 0 J. Douthie, b Wallace .. 1 -I. ]Ferguson, -not out . 0 E. Moloney, b LePige . 0 Sundries ... 7 Tlotal- 62 . Bowling.--LePage c for 28, Wal lace 3 for 3. Seville. 1st Innings. L. Rcad, c Frost .b Douthie' ;'1 VW. Read. "b W. Madden .. 26 l. Read, run out - ... -0 L?'P g, c Fergus"n i W Madden 2. W. Wallace, lbw., b W«. cladden 0 W. l'ayne, std, b.C. Madden ... 6 C. Wallace, not -out ... 3 C. Hand, b W. Town 9 I-I. Stevens, not out ... 6 Sundries ... 2 'Total- for 7 wickets ...- 93
CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
S' . CRICKET. : iI" Lilydale and District Association I he followi g ing atchils were co menced .on Saturda3- in connection witi'tIi t1le. above competition.. Pi-o gress scorcs of first day's pl~h-- are ai1pendei - .WOORL 0. -LLOOK v. LI D I .LE1 -Payed at Woori Yallock. Lill dale.-Ts lInnmigs. R. Morton- b I Stah. ... 20 A: Deschamp,: not:- out 30 R.- Nodeiin c Ocki.ell~ b F. Read 18 R.' Allen, b 'w: Douthie . . i8 0 Milime )li .W?: Douthie .. 19 I. H:Iutton;, c:Douthic b A i'. ese t I'. Desdli imp, bI A. =Tcese . . 2 Jau:ins. .. Allsop ' A Teeseil 0 SiuidriesC' .. _ -oic kefo for . 12..37 AI cese 3 fo- 19. '3 wickets fo .. 37
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
FOR WOMEN .(By "Ambrosine.") Quite recently (writes ' Lady Kitty"), I read a magnificently worded paragraph on the "Folly of giving way .to Funk " It began-"'It is just pure funk that makes some people keep their pursestrings tight at the present juncture in national affairs," and after being wrought up to the. splendour of the sentjment of the paragraph, T found it ended with an advertisement fvr cor sets! Now this paragraph I am writing is rather of the same ufnexpected order; it begins with gaiety and ends with the very opposite quality-seriousness. I embarked on the great adventure of a shopping expedition in town one day,, and it was what I 'saw that' moved me to write of it. :First of all I met a girl proudly walking with a youth in khaki on either side of her,,and the radiance of hqr face matched the clam ouring radiance of her clothes,-yellow boots, mustard-coloured skirt, tomato silk blouse, and a purple hat. A fact, though I know, it is hard to-believe it. Then 1 saw, one ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
WHiOOPING COUGI -'My little boy had whooping cough1very badly, says Mrs A. Henderson, the Peoples Store, '47 Elgen road, Mornington, N.Z. I tried several cough medi - cines without any of them doing him any goZod, then I tried Cham berlain's Cough ZRemedy and'he got immZediate relief.' Since then I hay always kept a bottle of this won. derful remedy by meand recommend it to everyone.' Sold by J. uIntclhinson, Lilydale; 0..TTans?e, Millgrovcy Scotl and Al len, Yatra Glen; S.T1. Bradshaw and WY. J. Dawborn, 1Uoalville. .. _. IhsmberfaIb's e Tablets si~S5#.vtb&uCC 616 N N urse •Freemanl's Private Hospital BELLE VUE STREET, .LILYDAL. . Specially. Equipped Wards for MIDWIFERY; ' MEDiCQAL-AND SURGIOAL COMES Midwifery Cases under . the Special Sixpervision of Nurse Freeman. o.?o. Infectious Diseases Taken . 1irf8 13 ODERA'flE, ON AP1LI - S DATION . : .. :Studi=,Notices. HORSE OWNERS Can secure the widest publicity for their Stud Notices by Advertising in this Journal, which has the...
ELIMINATION OF SOURCES OF CONTAMINATION IN MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
ELIMINATION OF SOURCES OF CONTAMINATION IN MILK. In considering this subject it seems necessary at the very start to define the sense in which the word contamina tion is to be used. It may be ised to mean the entrance into milk of any and all foreign matter such as dirt or bacteria. In this sense all milks are contaminated, except perhaps some of the certified milks; but such milks are impractical for general use. On the other hand, we may consider contam ination in a broader sense to mean the pollution of milk with material that' is likely to endanger the health of those who use it; such a milk has a danger ous taint; its consumption jeopardises the health of those who partake of it. According to our present knowledge it is not possible to produce milk on a large scale that is uncontaminated' in the narrow sense, but it is possible,; hd profitable as well, to produce a milk that is free from danger to those who use it. It is now quite generally recognised that milk as it comes from...
PLANTS AND NITRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
PLANTS AND NITRATES.' Experiment carried out at the Cor nell University Experimental Station has shown that crops differ from one another in respect of the occurrence of nitrates in the soil- on which they grow and that for any one soil the nitrate content is largely dependent upon'the crop grown. Field experiments have, therefore, been conducted with a num ber of crops over a period of six years, and determinations made as to the effect of each crop on the nitrate con dition of the soil. The nitrate content of soil under timothy, maize, potatoes, oats, millet and soy beans was found to be differ ent for each crop on the same soil, and there was a characteristic relationship between the nitrate content of the soil and the crop at different stages of growth. During the most active grow ing period of maize, nitrates were fre quently higher under the maize than in cultivated soil bearing no crop. This may be accounted for on the assump-. tion that nitrate formation is stimu lated by so...
Concert at Powelltown. STATE SCHOOL BENEFITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
. Coficert at Powelltown. : ST¶LTL' SCHOOL BENEFITLS. .Atlah ly a1ttcae. el ccner' c in hil of the little utara State-- School funds wasi held at Poii elltown. on Fridaiy evening, October 30. The night was all that could be desired, as the c.air was bracilig, and this. coupled with a lovel myocn litihb ev ening, wais a great inducement to en tice the people to venture out. The surroundings in the concert. room were made macie pleasant witlh MIaori mats, kindly lent -by Mr Combls. and nicely-arranged greenery, dtue to t-he though'fnlncs iand t:S e -f. 3!r St-ens.- Miss Jones. of Lilydalce. kindly gave the frec use of lier pilano for the occasion.. T.he va rious it~ems on the programme were creditably '.rendered by the perfor mers, and were greatly appreciated by au" enthusiastic audience. . The school childreii con tributed some fourtcen . items, including a.ct ion songs; patriotic. soiigs, drill ind daucing. 'I'he teachei- dr&lt; Prcun dergast,. worked very hlard to 'iuak`o ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
W UIDULWHH METAL 03LfNGA Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends for them throughout the Commonwealth. They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor ative charm, and inexpensive, can be washed down and do not. collect dust , Sand vermin. Catalogs and lesigns ; free. " . . - ihe WTNDERLIOCE PATENT CEILINTG t RIOOOPING Co. Ltd 123 Quesen Streec, - celbouzne. F or Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, 4 Headache, Indigetion. Delightful Faamily edine -0 -----00----- - ^ Advertise your COiristmas Goods. inl this paper. It will pay. LILYDALE BUTOHERING CO i[--S iij WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTOEERS, S ",· .IMAIN STREET, LILYDALE, Primest Beef, Mutton, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and. CIEESE always on -hand. Customers waited upon dail y and orders promptly attended- to. Accommodation Houses Specilly Catered For. 'Au Up-to-date .COOLING.CHAMBE R is attached t...
Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
Warbui'ton Mutuial Improvement and Debating Society =" The usual weekly .meeting?.lof tflie. ,- above Society was held onl-Wednes .day, 4th inst. Thie:evenincg beiig exceptionally hct, _only a sma:nliiium +S ber of members .w ere in :.ttendanc. Ii The usual business lhaving been His . posed, of, the debate for this even r ing was called `for, tlihe:subject :bel ing, "Should Girls Receiv e Col?.: pulsory Dobmestic :Tirining ? ' The subject wa-s treaited -is impr:omptu and W.Was.o iened bv -I?IisslMorrish-in the negh.ti e. -'lih s \youilg d dealt L-with thii sub eet t el an ,.:sk;ilfilly. i m:kn 'n nt spneet hpe h I:p i:.lti.:d f itih great emphasis_ agai~st the L1 compulsory part of the subject. lMiss t Jones. Miss Hicks. _Miss -are. and 1 Miss oari were able secoiders. Mr Kidd: led oiff: i favor of the compil s or?- tranii:_ enun?''eriLn g in.st IInces of badiykept- horlics i hivl cd ee. vhicwh lie hthioughtl- was- liily.. froni I:want of klnorledge-. 1c w e sup por ted :bj.: MIessi...
CHARGE OF ASSAULT. NEPHEW SUES UNCLE. CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
:j CHARGE OF ASSAULT. : EHl'lWl:\\- sUlS UNCLE. _ CAsE I) eaISSED, - -. \t the I.ilyitale police court. on Fri Jbr lsl. Fred .0;cc. Goodall procee r.I !wagain 'Th'is. u;oodall, sen.,, for la?wful ass tilt. at. Lilydale on lith Oc.tober; I.10 was also claimed s ii;ia Ies,. liherc was also a cross u lniinils against. F. G. Uoodull for k riui used insulting words.. . Mr It . lI?t -h'l y appeared for the c'pliainant. anid ,\Ir Thos. Eales fr the defendant. who pleaded not )lesars 1:. .L. Litthguw (cihbirmaii), 1 ?:. lharristt an.l T. J Simpson, ':I'.. were on the iBench. T'i( cui.l:tillnnit in his evidence :aid that.n Igt wi veling of thei 17th StU1crr lie was riding towards his i it lhi: l S it \\'aandin road; cal llet defIendant. wlho suid "W-hat, ; ie roil been sa:v.ing about me ?" i 'iicss rI-plie I "Nuotlinig,' and de fliiiit ailled hint some names of I u11111 ll (lint iltary. Ii tore, S.ruck I. hiii i tltli side a1nd tried to pull c him ol his Jii -se. \\itness rolled e iithe grou...
MOUNT EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
1OioUNT EJVELYN. _ (iron Our Ow"n Correspondent.) :? teless b Fire On londay evening of last week t e residence of Mr A. Androlini. S a Park. was accidentally. de -,by fire. The flames rapidly atraied ; mnastery, and nothiigwai 4 nt 3r and Mrs Anidrolini and vc ciildrein were obliged to camn ly barn. Considerable symipa i felt for lie couple wsho have Stheir all. The owner of the t' ih wr r 3lcrritt, of nIellbouirne I undelstaid that the- house is ied , '1 lhe Iproperty w's foir nd be the MIt r Witer, I the l "hld and l]e made it oine ithe lirig litcs beauty spots in! Spublic Debate ' it lbit', iumder the aus..ice? i of , er" .\ssc tionl totk place ' 6Ii chi ci oIlron on the 31st ..:ilt. - ,1Idj "" I "Should 1prtci'iien. S iled t,. Inionists " S li:?A. Si,,,;i . . .il, dale, acted 's adtju J ,i:liad h.i debate was carried -a" VI''l's:i S. Dunstone. ju:n, Sl' 1.~-.s ifr the affllirimative. SlI" A. i\eunan, and III.-N: : ll', fi, the i eCgativel. ii~ .?-asi ;,tten,,anoe. and the ,ui d...
FOY—FISHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
^A. very pretty wedding was cele brated: on Saturday, -October 31 akt St: Mai..r's Church of England, W'r buiton;- the vicar. (Rev. G. Gilder) olliciating, when:. iss .'3. isherhc eldest daughter of Mrs W. Fisl:er of. " Wav'erley." W?arburt~on., was un ited in wedlock with Mr 31\ark ]Fov formerly of Wiarburton. IThe bride was given away by her eldest bro tlher. 1r J; ]Fisher. and wore a gown of cream charmnuse satin witit- cp sage and tunic of Limerick lace; and pearl. teimnmings. The brides maids were Miss ahvy Fisher, sister of the bride, and three cousin.s - iss MIadge Croom, Miss Violet Robinson, 'and Miss Elsie Croom. The brides maids wore dresses of- white muslin de-sole. and white Panama lhats. witih- 1ile pink scarves and saslihs and carried bouquets of- pink roses. tlhey .also wore gold brooches,~ gifts of the bridegroom. Mr CG. ]."ishcr was best, man. -\Aftr the ceremony a large c6,npany sat .down to the wedding breakfiast at "Waverley." when the usual toasts. were hionore...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. PITMAN—BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
SORANGE BLOSSOMS. Ii'? . PITSIAX- BEA.U i -- very. pretty wedding -was cele b ratedlin the:,: Sadringhnm Pres Sby ;teli Ghirch. onl- October '92th ibctw 9 cvi: El ard a Arthur - li . man, Ildest son o:: Mi and F.: J, iti n bf - 'Dal eitli in I tE., ast4 , alverný and MIIiss' Lilian i e l'ayi o?-aofi,,,.cl6dest: dalighter e of Mr W E ad the late K A. Bea , - ool riiighnitam Rd.. SSanc am f T bIide w.o6re a Ssinpl?pe Ou o ivory? V cdainercr- de so with a::'i nderi bodie aid to ;ic of icl :sliadow :lce, maid i iuare A-Lu tyain :-her: voil- Wias n.'arng'lC under inmob - :ahnd coronet iof orange-bl:ossomu :and slie: wre an. a? etliystvs enidait ~ift. o-f ermauut id on 1. Yr and 2r, G rayl aii) aud g old.-wristict. i"itcli (gi:- of :i he bridegroom) an ai d aed showVcr Jouquiet.: Thie6 .iridcsmaids . iss faIy ;itul?uim annd jMl'ss. 1l-,rne beBar :-wOrc. niaize-colored silk cr. pec witli tulle iJands- and bowv in their h-tir. citied- posies of primrcses and fort getinenots, tied~ withlblue...
TO PRESERVE QUINCES WHOLE OR IN QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
TO PRESERVE QUINCES WHOLE OR- IN QUARTERS. Pare them finely, put into- a pan, cover with the parings, and fill the pan with water; cover it. close to keep in the steam, and simmer gently .till they are soft and pink. Take them up care fully and drain from the water. Make a strong syrup with best loaf sugar, boil and skim- it; when the quinces are cold put them into this and boil gently until they. look clear, then take them up carefully, put. into jars, and- pour the syrup over.
RULES FOR MIXING MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
RULES FOR MIXING MANURES. A contributor in a Scottish contem porary gives some excellent advice on this subject. Always have the manures in the finest possible condition, in order to ensure a uniform mixture. Never mix ammonia manures, including guano and dung, with lime, basic slag, or basic superphosphate. Do not mix nitrate of soda or of lime with superphosphate or dissolved bones. . When a mixture contains kainit or Isulphate of potash it becomes sticky and pasty on keeping; it may, however, be used immediately after mixing; Basic'slag should not be mixed with superphosphate, but .a che mical change takes place, and such a mixture is bbst avoided. All other man ures may be used in mixtures, but it is a wise plan never to store them in a mixed -state. Where two manures which should not be mixed are being employed in a garden, apply them to the soil at different times, the interval unot being less than three weeks.
THE LATEST "CRANK" IN COW KEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
THE LATEST "CRANK" IN COW KEEPING. Whatever has appeared in the Eng lish newspapers and journals "during the past few years relative to milk and the milk trade has not been of a quality to afford. much satisfaction to those concerned in the calling. Nearly every general and trade paper has had evil things to say of the milk producer and dairyman. Hitherto, however, we do not remember that the journals de voted to music and musicians) have had a say; but it has come at last, and, music being the last utterance of Art, one may look for the artistic side of the question when a journal devoted to music touches upon the subject. The June issue of "Music" contains the following gentle and amusing touch upon matters affecting dairying: Pianoforte manufacturers may at last assure themselves of an extended per iod of good trade. Even when the play er boom is over they need have no fear, for another opening has been discover ed for the household instrument. Mr. John Welford declared at the Ex...
CLOSER SETTLEMENT IN THE KIEWA VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
01 - CLOSER SETTLEMENT IN THE KIEWA VALLEY. (By W. C. ROBERTSON, in "Journal of Agriculture." Passing the Kiewa Post Office every day during the first week- in July; and many days before and after this date, one may notice a couple of large lorries heavily laden with cauliflowers and cabbages. Casual inquiry elicits the ,informa tion that the lorries are owned by Mr. W. Simmons,; locally known as "The Cauliflower King," - and are on their way to the railway station at Huon, on the Tellangatta to Wodonga rail way, there to discharge and transport their valuable and useful freight to the Albury market. The sample of the vegetable, the large " consignments (500 dozen 'have been consigned in one day) together. with the environments, suggested an inquiry, and with 'this object in view Mr. Simmons' farm was visited and its owner interviewed. The farm is beautifully situated in the Kiewa Valley, seven miles from the nearest railway station; viz., Huon, and is part of the Springvale Estate ...