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West Warburton Stock Sale [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 29 May 1914

West Warburton Stock Sale ----00--- McPhail Bros and Co., report having held their usual sale as above; onr Saturdaylast, the 23rd inst., when 200 head of cattle were suibmitted to a large atten dance of buyers, Northern, East ern and Gippsland districts being represented, in addition to expor ters and Melbourne buyers, and every line was keenly competed for, and a total clearance was ef fected at highly satisfactory prices. Springers to £8; back ward cows to '£6 Ios; fat cows, of which there was a large num ber penned, met with keen re quest, selling at prices ranging from £7 to £9 7s 6d; beefy sortt, *to £6; good store cows to L3 7s 6d; store bullocks, in lines, L7 Is, L6 5s, L5 ros; L4 Its, and L4 Ios; steers, in lines, at 52s 6d, 50s, and 46s; lines of heifers, at 82s 6d, 75s, 6os, 57s 6d 46s, and 44s; younger from 85s; poddies from 20s. .

A REPLY [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 29 May 1914

A REPLY In reply to the grand finale of "Progress ",-I'm satisfied, for have I not accomplished what was hitherto deemed the impossible, i.e., " Progress now admits that it' was not my own horn I was toot ing, but that I was trying to drag the school committee into the limelight and if correctly report ing the doings of that body can be called tooting, I must plead guilty to the soft impeachment. But don't worry, dear" Progress ", for when you show anything re motely approaching the energy of these gentlemen, you shall have your little trumpet blown for you, and hence be saved the in dignity of doing it yourself. In conclusion, I must express my ad miration for the assurance of " Progress " in championing such a forlorn cause, and also for his effrontery in denying what al most everyone else admits to be true.

(To the Editor.) OBSERVANT. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 29 May 1914

il c :. (To the Editor.) OBSERVANT. me .e Sir --After" D: Biahim's long time spent in prcparation of his reply, I expected something crushing, but I Sam by no meins crushed by 4his tong he string of quotations of my .previous g- letter. I 'shai not go to such len c lgths in Pny reply as he dicd, anud will tell him at. once tlat what little -knowledge I may have of Shire conn ciiaffairs was noti gained bybinng Seither a, councillor or an officer of a, the council," but by being, as JI sign n- my.'sf, observant. If ,as D. Braham k stLtes, :ordera..by, the Governor-in I Council are:the work of th pernian 0 eilt h cads of departments placed be Sfori the GCovirnor by the MAinister, ' and- p.eraps not read by the fIin- I n istelr it makes it the more. mlikely c that a Shiro council or any other -body should be able to get through witli an i Ilegal course of action. Per inianent hleads not being dependent on votes at. the next election t:o ire tain their positions, are not solikely d to st...

OUR LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 29 May 1914

OUR LETTER BOX. .Without necessarily indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public i"iterest, which may be intellig.nt Sly and, briefly expressed and free Ifrom personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, .not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.. -i · - I - "

CROYDON [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 29 May 1914

-' COYDON. : the (Friom our- own Correspondent. we Thie Late 3-r S.. Painter..---The news of MPr Painter's death uunder such tragic cir-cbistaýnices caime as ire great shock to his m aiyv aiquii?int ion alices in Croydon and district, where in ;cause of his strong personality, ne, .hlad become. so well-known. Doath.--Croydoi has seshiie3l ahn other great loss in the death :of rs. J. Saunders. wife of the heai'd tea cher of'the Croydon State School. Mrs Saunders received a. g-rea blow just before Christmas, when she lost heir mother suddenly, and ha'd a serious illness. After anl apparent ly good recovery, -Mrs .Saunders took e active interest in t'ie affairs lof the townslhip, especially in the kin dergarteni department of the Angli can Sunday school. 'Then a. fort, night ago she was laid aside, With a. heart, affection. and. in spite of a.ll attention, succumbed oni'Tuesday Safternoon. Much' sympathy is felt for Mr Saunders nid.. his little six-. yc:w's-old daughter. The Clhurches ...

OBITUARY THE LATE MR. S. PAINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 29 May 1914

OBITUARY THE.LA-TE MR. S. PAINTER. Our W'ongia lPark correspondueit writkes: 0'LV the deceiase of . Mr Samuel Pa.i'tcr tiis district -hls lost on( ;of its earliest-. secttlers. The deceased selected :ground ?at Wonga 1Pirk in 1893, where hll went inl for fruit growingi the locality thlen being a. forest c with ..:_ :.far different aslpect than ,it it .At?o-dav, and manyV la.haIrd struggl'le the selectois hliad ,to con tend w?'ith. 3Ir taiuter took a strong int Crest .?in: all `local matters, ind ailso olnltwo occasiolns contested all clectioli for -the North Melbourne iistrict. for the Conunoiwealth, but was nob .successful. He was up 't'o hi. dLeath president, of both the Wolnga, .lark ru ittgorowetrs Associa t.ion and the Progress League. like wiae a committeemLan "to the local Hall. 11l. was greatly respected by every ione witl. whoml he came iln conta ct :iild his Ilna?e will be lever re.uembtic ered in the history of Wonga P.rk. His dea:th- was the result 'of an" acciddct, whil...

LECTURE AT RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 29 May 1914

LECTURE AT RINGWOOD: ---o o-- lnder the auspices of the Riing wood H]orticultura.l Society,,~\1r \\mn. Sell, on Thursday last, gave an in teresting lecture on the fruit trade Mr' Sell ,dealt a1 length wvith 'the necessity for export. l'e estimated tha1t in another 5. years there would be 50 times as mluch grown in 'Vic-. Storia as at present. To place ouir fruit on the English and L'ontinent al markets in good order, it. wa's Labsolutely necessary to have bet ler shipping conditions than obtain at piesent. Fruit could be.kept ln loat cool stores for a. much lon ger time thin the trip home :took-G wecks. There was an unlimited nmar ket for our fruit it home, Ijnd -all we had to do s -t'o p~lace ,our fruit there in good order. I-e fav oured the installation of the dry air system of cool storage on the fruit ships, and the loading of the fruitl with more care: He urged the growers to do -all they could "to encourage export an-d secure better conditions.-At the conclusioil of the lectri...

NEWSPAPER PROPRIETOR HONORED [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 29 May 1914

NEWSPAPER PROPRIETOR HONORED The Pirescidcit (Cir Hughes) nmade reference at, the Lilvdadle council on 31iiondav last. to the departure of rl," T. Oliver. late proprietor;of]the "Lilvdale_ Express." I-He desired to cepress his deep regret. tha.t, Mr Oli ver had scen lit, to leave the ;dis tbrict. He had always been a. cons st mnt. workcr for the good of [.he dis trict. lHe had always tried to do his bet,. an-d he (the speaker) was very sori- that Ihe had decided tI" sever his connection with Lilvdale. H-Te moved that a record h;e plcced on the miniles of the coiiicjil. of their :allprecition of M1r Olivcr's services. and his flir and full reports of ,he council's doings Cr Rocjeli secondedi the motion. lie had known Mr Oliver evei" since he had conice to Lilyvdale. lie liad worked indefartigably -for the pro gress of the 'place. and was- . real battler. lle was sorry to hear Ihlit. Mr Oliver had deicided to sever his connection with Lilydalc.- i e Ilad a.l\ways. iven the- coun cil f...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 29 May 1914

IN MEMORIAM.     HAMILTON—In loving memory   of our dear sister Maggie, who   departed this life at Lilydale on   the 26th May, 1913. We often sit and think of you,   dear sister;   And think of how you died. To think we could not say good-bye Before you closed your eyes.— Inserted by her loving brother and     sister-in-law, nieces and nephew,   Arthur and Eva Heath.

HUNTING YARRA GLEN AND LILYDALE CLUB. OPENING OF THE SEASON. A BRILLIANT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

HUNTING - . UB. . OPENING Oir T1EJ SEASON; : "BRILLIANT GATHERING.: ..There was a large adnd enthusiastic gathering "of huntsmen and township and district. residents, at the open: ing meet of: the above club tt itihe kennels on ,Wednesday. Punctuality marked the move-away frpm the kennels at lthe 'advertised time of 1.30, and the procession ,made a line spectacle, fully 200 huntsmen, other horsemen, 'buggy and motor occupants, being present. The day was all that ccould be. desired, while tih ground, was in perfect order for the hounds- to work' at their bcst[ and the, soft turf after the recenit rains eased many a fall fur both horse anid rider. fTho Master tricd I'Intyre's pro perty, .first; and game iwas soon found. An exceptionally brisk and exciting chase after puss, through Comerford's, Ihughes's, back into Comerl:ord's, up the road into Mkac-. mutyre.:s out into Comerfords; , am once agai: into'- MAacintyrc's re sultcd-in a kill being .registeredl.a 'most at the'sainmespot 'Iý...

UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

UPPER' V:ARRA . SH-FRE - COUNCIL-. the Upper Yarra $hir. Couucil -as 'ioUi on iMonday- lasts -cscnlt' Lis. I itblgow (priciiclnt), ]3Lan, Kerclic val, \lo' anu, Spors. acct Lýi irt. Coiiesponlencc )Toml ,]ub1is; W oiks .Dep'umotlel S;amnded ordeI ini; council fir c-u riae of:parcels ;et ;on `the ý bu ton Steaim 'Tramway a di.~w ing at7 -knutiou to the G-c Cror u Cmllm azette of" April 29.-Received.. iroin .same.- stattin that thie D 1p.utinent hasv lio objection to U..' council's iPjAicatton1 for consent to ctuir - out j the ailpprc adli: raOC to the RlCVir;li"IC[~C- {vei Xdlar arii) LI to Donnai tiiBaing b day. cIlbour;-Rcceivcd. / F..roirm -uCe.n, re:-dclay in- carryi'iu out the .work of ilnpu.iing the rivQi baiiks-: ai Wb ru trton l. cci cd. Yromu satnce il tatiiig thalt owing to dcminids Jfuri wirenettiwg at Pount :ridge t ic:stoks l;iaec :become cxhlGu tted.. ando some.timiini&mst c?laips be yo rel~args, iippllics sul be availlable, .lso ouotiiC'-i'r Elughish: acttii (r...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

NEVER FELT J" TTER.; "I used to go nearl ymad with pains iu imy , lie ,i' saysM l.iss. ., l'orster, i5 Iffla, St., Soulth llel bournie Vic "I triedI almnosi. vc?' !.ini. 1)but ithe heada.ches ~vere- ~iie.e "?;sti; sne amec. iThen-lsti.v Cl?mbar !-.iin' T'abloet's advertised in i.he :1pap ;, 'ind th6ighit I would girve the.dli a trial ..lhe first few. doses' mnade a: I fie nt womini (-f me, for they" co:-, :vltciv relieved ine of heidaches.'" For Chronic. Chest Co ,pla nts,?, nooildes (it: Ppbel mInt 'Onieu4/G b 1\`O'UBATOR, .B1YEU13. !01' -. x s "PR11RrIII\iHLE ST1t17.'1.'.' x s "P(RloI -ii r S a-tr a y Ml oi vet urc ) x 11.·'1CU TURS s.' ·s INCUBATORS '. - s a-.·. ·s s lHtvre for 35 )'cars bL'lce rccog -= ' 1U'sCd -as the \W oihs iuastcr s p i uco in IncubatoI ucl-trite x. 'i hon. 1'orlratchin'g bit" stiouno s liv a-ble chickcns .ul'l d duck -: t linhfsl' and ])leuty.o thcin ,'-x'y a thie "r'T.iriie-Statte cisily out- s, x distancest all woould-be, compe - x titors. t SSizes-G60 to...

YARRA JUNCTION v. MILLGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

....li. JUNCTION . ILL Tl'icse t\wco unibeaten teams ieel oI. thi- ground., of the fornier: bil ,aturday, ? a 'nc ? :.ris. t?htc teams: a:?c' kerir riivals: :andcl had spaadct 0no paiu'S in 'getting :togctlici? their 1est eighi teens, it was aWiticipit'ecd {hli- :' good. gamei wouldl be1 seen. U lfc, tunatelyv thlcc e.'opes -:wei' iunful filled.' as thie almost incessinut aftii had ilade the ground -ver v :slipl~crv and the gapcetwas conisqruuintly one of tlic s-"ranibliig ortlcr. On the dti i the beler, tel:tli u cifdobittedly.t ' W-i , I;l iillrniOc "provi Oiil. ticinsei.clvcs .a ulit hchbetter- orga/iused- ttci tahll, theitr'.c pplonCilts. TIie Ya)'Ui JIuinc tion 'teain possesses many line ipldiy eri, but, is sadly lacking in toh-lc siccn and svstem. \IWhen this fault hals been remeldiied, tlhe boys in blue and gold-will be a. difficult team t'o On lthe bolnce ) t.ie Jniunction scpon rushed- the ..ball to the lower uend. but tice Millgraove h)iacks proved hillnm solves .einul' to...

YARRA GLEN v. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

( 1' * -I1~1 ,, 'I hr f :r I 'I( I i I Wfj iiir rr l 1'n (1:1( tl I \L a r 111 Ii' . l l l ea tulle thin hecld tlheir own, had came iCout wiiiiers by six: points. The. scores at :thh" various stages -of the game were as follo :-s : t ri uarter. Y.ari-G. 1-3: Coldstream 1-3; lialftime:: Yai-= rai Glen, 1-3, Coldstrcaui 1-7i; thlice= cquarter: timc :::: Yar . CGlen :3-5 Coldstream 1-1?=1 :.rilntl'";_,rraiGlen %-G, Coldstream =n-12. : Thelic best pla.v er foi .Yiarr ficia were T. lya., T. 1Kcnnxiedv. o\glcr, Clarke,. 31ullct; and W ndin cid foti Coldsitrmn .1 ollard, ]eavis, Fiser, Ja5mes. 1 :Upton.-:1 ilcd lfa'ddenll, w ri'e the pick of a~. very ven; lot. Miichael umpired, very"; satisfact -on''f~n- i

WARBURTON MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

WA1 U, UTOY . i-LS. i?Bils ?p-ose fcir \lcl himlri at 3.15 p.im. nd 8 p.in. daily. Lii'dalc. 3.15 l- pi. daily. Receivedi from iclhlloui'le a.il,! Lily dale ait, 11:.5. a.mt.. and d b.15 p.m. daily . !Nails close for M'ciiahou's Creek. and Walsh's Crek.at 11.15 a.m. on Mondays, W \ednesdays and Fridays

LILYDALE v HEALESVILLE. A KEEN CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

-c.^- * ". K1.; to 11 -lel s . l- t:rd'" (IIst.. nid the large '",,at l ri v (·l h elment.s to' '. tile h ;! etw' 111en theCse I:"'i. w' ,l t dia:iplpoitc?d in Stlul.t;,ti of a good game. ' '- rv wet, and in ioli -' ? ' . v ,l ,v .s in a slip "'i;'"i n~; u tl, nu ithstani "Fji the , s is fairly fast . o^utl, t 1. o4 nJIt of it. as. I' io i .- . i r 1he i alch. 't!L prue ier 'iant, v" n 'hv Lilvdale il 'irra lats C'.mplptitiol b1st 1 , iii l y *tir.. lw.3r,. ir e the itle 1ein 1110p , the i'o'lcli'iio' i. and . hoptd I ,,Uki hij'v U 1: ":ll .success - ti s L I. "?' ll (li that the un iurt eu, llWmi0t I"' tie l cclaSiOii I, I he I lealesvilte a t: ,,,l inil,'h'.d ;Is it slight , i nl 111 Y iy. l nId.I liie li ed .... •itl'. ,.Iw,' : Ie'11- sville ild ' . li l . . ,Iitsted in the i,.'.,,rt ini- ilik ' s iri' lth'-t eh-l r i ý.l ieiii 1::st yeair. "|i .I I'tiii r bptl' d([I on lb hialf ', l v 'lhI.',-vill" lulb. and con @te^. l.l (il :l t-' ,n will'ing' t.he ',';il. ; 'l 's; 1i, t I it ...

To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

To the Editor. S:1 Sir.:1'u .imy letter. publilshed in I; 'yourl issuei :o the 20th F ebruar, ' Ob- p se'vant' iiin a, letter. under the head f< ing "A Reply," in t your issue *il the. Gth \ilarch, .makes certain ram- t1 bling, incoherent ,fa.thiouns. misi!ead It ing. irreleva.nt auld -absurd state- a mcuts, cevidently intended to re- k fledct jidicule on met, uand at {helsamuc a time to side-track from the view. S of r'tepavyers the serious issues .in a lvel. : ccI ertainly Itust ive 'Oh 1 ;ervcant" credit for cleverness' 'in A frainig his letter. fIr his partical.i ti1 pfirpl;-c inl fact onue. is almost led 1 to the `view that' he uIt,.t be-vn - 11 _ilnecr by profession, so cleverly d:cs hlie engineer the matl-tersii isn i sie. lie haviiing" his, special object lThe onstr'uction of RaPilways. t inc'lhlihlu" trailnrias- . beiingi ai (Go- errngunt, monopoly, arnid :te progre.s il of c,,,irv districts reiluiriun bet ter fIcilities of communuinication andl . transport than ...

SHIRE COUNCILS MEET:— [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

SHIRE COUNCILS MEET:- Lilydalc.-Fourtlh. Monday iin each ?Ionth._ Secretary and Engineer, Mr Liamilton Sinclair, C.E. IUpper Yarra.-First Monday in each month. Secretary, Mr B. \[br cy; Engineer, nr A. `1". T. Sambell. Eltham.-First Monday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, Mr A. G. Thomas, C.E.

FOOTBALL. POSITION OF THE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

FOOTBALL. .-4--- SITION OF THE CLUBS. p!r. Wcn Lost Drawn Points I 2 0 -- 8 po - 1 1 - 4 , esill 1 1 - 4 Gle 1 1 0 Cldte 0 - - . ? t. . ..

SETTLERS AND THE METROPOLITAN BOARD. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 5 June 1914

E'T:TLELS ,,\D THE. 1ETROPOL, (To theI:lditor.) Sirh---YOuir arti eis in i.sue of Tr, 8th, ire MeCt1 olitatt 1iBord fclingr ? in its Resirvaatioi. and dealiig ýwVtrh: the rabbit* pest,, have beei. gireatly tptpreciated 1b) rtatepalers ini the Up per- Yarri Shire, but' apparently a: sligrht, rmisunderstanding han occur red in y0our' Irticle. to sa.' "the peoplle wiish -tle .B1oard to fence i5 its water clhannel. . 1]i1-a: tas:asked bY- the petitioilncrs in their:;`.cquest to the Council.:was- t!iat the I'iird 12d gisked.. to f6nce inu theiLr l~vi,te ca:ic eth IeT;: in ,short: eireca f::. eniece' il 2 1id thr bou ii & of thein tei 1 iti As tiere are a. aiumbei of pl)b. lic roads leading to their territroy, along . which cattle are liable to stray, which are. of conrse, anl o ie: tQ their reserved areca, we tlso protested against the :hoard's ne lion in persecuting'settlers 1by div ing any stock they may get.. to IHcalcsville and impolundingr them, tihus gniving the owners a. j...

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