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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (Ffrom our Special Correspondent:.) Eighteen millions for Australia and fi millions of it for Victoria: is a 0? pect that silvers to some extent the prosp of the clouds which have over ndionced the spring festivities Trad Should be able to take heart of , as to the financial outlook, for, ? e" rate, the :r.i:m ,l!ate future. The te- al of the possiility of having to s3nco the big State undertakings with ,nrlian capital should give impetus te enterprise which has been to a ,reat extent paralysed during the past e, months. The drought will pass as esuch lean periods do, and there will ' as result of the lessons learned ig this time of stress, a .more rnest and strenuous development of ,rdUcing and possibly, of manufactur , . industr'ie, which will be of im use all-round benefit. Those who ve monev to invest-and there are tlenty such-have no reason to be tim ous It is, perhaps, a long long way t to the end of the war, but circum ;'nted so fortunately as Australia is, t...
Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
Lilydale Court Roster-for 1914. - Police Mcagistrate-January 2 and 30, February 27, March 27, April 24, May 22, June 19, July 17, Aug ust 14, September 11, October 9, November 6, December~4. Dr Syme, and Messrs P. B. Lith -gow and W. A.- ;Wharington.-Jan uary 16, February 6 and 20, March 13, April 3 and 17, May 8 and 29, June 12, July 3 and 24; August 7 and 28, September 18, October- 2 and 23, November 138and 27, Decem ber 18. Messrs R: T. Kings, :J: Rouget, T. \V. Simpson and J. Wallace.-Jan uairy 9 and 23, -Tebiruary 13, 1.March 6 and 20, April 10, May 1 and 15, Jufne 5 -and 26, July 10 and 31; Au gust 21; Septemberi 4 and 25, Oct ober 16 aund 30, November 20,. De cember 11. "Ever since my little boy ;aidrid wL -.threo I. have given hini Clamm berlain's;. Cough Remedy,-' says Mrs C. A. -Paxton, Little Chester- Street, New .Farm, Q: "I have .used it ~or all my children a.ud have never.' known it to fail.- Many nights- ur two little girls ha~ve been bad: with croup, butl our faith i...
NOTES ON CHICKEN-RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
NOTES ON CHICKEN-RAISING. There are a number of methods as regards the actual brooding, which are in constant and successful use, and it is with these it is proposed to deal with the hen to mother the chicks. briefly. First, we have the natural way, Providing a good quiet hen is avail able, this is the simplest and at the same time, the most successful way of raising chicks, in small quantities. For the person who only wants to raise, say, up to a hundred chicks, broody hens will do the work satisfactorily, and at a. minimum of labour. The usual pre cautions as to dusting the hen with insect powder must be observed, as otherwise the chicks will not thrive as tthey ought. Another method of brooding,- the "fireless,'' is still in favour with some people. A "fireless" brooder usually consists of a box or frame about 20 in. square and six inches deep. The "roof" or "hover" is composed of a frame work of light wood, which carries a piece of blanket loosely stretched across it, so arrange...
TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
TURF TOPICS (By "Flemington.") ' By his running in the Linlithgow Stakes on Thursday of last week, it was made plainly evident that we did not see the best of Woorak at the just concluded campaign. The Traquair colt ran so badly in the Linlithgow as to suggest the probability that he had started4to go off even before the Derby. in which he. made such a disappoint ing showing. Woorak is no stayer. Pace is undoubtedly his strong point. But he should not be judged by his 'recent Flemington performances, since it is' clear that he was so much below himself. It is quite likely that we will have Woorak over here again in the autumn. A race like the Newmarket Handicap shcald be more to his liking than dis tance events, especially on his recent form should lead to his declining a little in the estimation of the handicap per With a nice galloping weight on him, Woorak will dash down the New market straight at a great pace. When Red Signal and Lesbos meet in the chief juvenile events of. the ...
LOSS OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
LOSS OF LIME. There is a continual loss of lime every year from the soil, arising from two principal causes. It rapidly sinks down into the subsoil, and then the crops annually carry away a portion from the soil. It is ascertained that the follow ing crops, including grain and straw or tops and bulbs, carry off respectively: 25 bushels wheat, about 13 lb. lime; 40 bushels barley, 17 lb.; 50 bushels oats, 22 lb.; 20 tons turnips, 118 lb.; 8 tons potatoes, 40 lb.; 2 tons red clover, 77 lb.; and 2 tons rye grass, 30 lb. The herbage of pasture lands that have been neglected gradually becomes of a' fibrous character; affording little nourishment for stock, and the animals who have to live on such poor stuff naturally degenerate in a manner simi lar to the grass; but if such land is supplied with proper nourishment in the form of phosphates, and potash, it will in a few years improve in a won derful way, producing herbage which stock can enjoy and fatten on.
DOESN'T WEAN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
DOESN'T WEAN PIGS. Feed pigs. warm swim-milk and when they will take it a little shelled maize said Mr. John Imrie before the Wis consin Farmers' Institute Round-up. We make What we call a "pig creep," by raising the door between the pen where the mother feeds and the next one, just enough to let the little ones crawl through, putting the milk in a shallow dish or trough, feeding only what they will drink up clean, then clean the dish before feeding again. I wish to say that the food of the sow after farrowing is not given enough at tention by some pig raisers. The mother needs no nourishment for two days after farrowing, just a little drink, and then increase the feed gradually until she is on full feed by the end of the week. We do not wean our pigs, that is shut them up to wean them. They are weaned in the natural way and never know when they cease to depend on the mother and begin to depend on us for their food. If I had to wean pigs from any cause I would confine the mothers an...
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. The new postal rates, including the penny postage on letters, came into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low:-" THROUGHIOUT THE COMMON WEALTHI AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per--oz. Letter Gards,: single, Id each. Do. reply, ;1d: eachL half. Post; Cards, ;single,e id each.- ' Do.: ,eply, :ld each half. Pinited Papers, Od per 2oz. -.Books-prinited--Outside Australia, -O 13per 4oz;; in. Australia, 0Od per 88oz. Magazines-Puinted , in Australia, 0 d peir 8o0 outside. Australia,- l0d pci 4oz.L "Ihusurd," 0: p:: r 120.oz ComirUcidial papers;: patte? 9i, sam ple nad iueuialinlis1bc, d per. 2_u. OVElRSEA DOMII10NSI Letteis fom the Commonwealth to the United 'ing1dom, oversew do minions, :British :-colonie3s iand pro tectorates, exce]pt the lNew Hebrides. id per oz . NEW ZEALAND AND :THE . ISLANDS. The rates oft New Zeailand, 'iji, and .Britisli Solomon Islarids. are: Letters,;-1d' per ' oz - .Post Cards, single, -ld -. - Do. reply,: id ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A, J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CHARGES MODERATE. _ FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. - W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF '.WORK. JOBBING ,ORK A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY - ATTENDED TO. BOWLINtM GREEN TE.I ROOMS Sabert hoina WISHES to convey his Thanks -to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year,. which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very:. Fine assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES.. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. .OVELTIES. - NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY.' .CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. .well worthy of insrection. The .?EGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. Wishing all Patrons the Compli 'nnth of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK -Wisb? _ ;aimate to- the Resi dents of L1LYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing oin Business in MAIN ST., and e j,...
SHIRE COUNCILS MEET:— [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
SIHIIE COUNCILS MEET: Lilydale.-Fourth Monday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, Mr lamiltoii Sinclair, C.E. - Upper Yarra.-First Monday in each month. Secretary, Mr B. Mor ey; Engineer, Mr A. K. T. Sambell. Elth.m.--First Monday. in ekch month. Secretary and Engincer, 'Mr A. G. Thomas, O.E. - COURTS OE P2ETTY SESSIONS. - Healesville.-Every Thursday, at 10 ,.m. Lilydale.-Every Friday, at 9.30 a.m. Warburton.-Every Saturday, at .30 a.m. Clerk of Courts--Mr T. 3B. Wade. Police Magistratcs.--Dr. 1R. I. Cole and Mr H. Morrison. District Justices.--F B. Lithgow, Coldstream; R. II. IIenhy, onga Park t"r -and Dr. A. aE. Syme, Lilydale, J. Rouget, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; M. C. Bridger, Croydon; C. Bathr, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; W. Privett and W.. Jolliffffe, Healesville; H. Ewart, Hoddle's 'Creek; J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, Wrarburton; J. H. Thomp son, M.A., Silvan; A. C G. Buller, .West Warburton; .Jas. Hunter, Bee-? nak; T. W. Simpson, W. A. Whar ington; A. E.. T. P...
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
LILYDALE .POST OEFICE. M Mails :close as iýelow : Melbourne, 7.20 a.m.. 11.20 a-m., S p m. daily. Money ordeis-9.. till 4. Mooroolbark, Ringwood, =7.20 a.m. daily. Croydoni, 8 p.-. daily. HIealesville, I ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.nr daily: Warburton,: YI ra Juinction; Laun ching Place, W ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, Wa -. lin North, Seville, 8.30 n.m. daily. The box sat ithe -Railway Station is cleared daily prdvious to trains leaving .for Melbourine. Late fee charged. " Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Office closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from'9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mails and Registered Mails close: at 11 a.m. and 6 p.in. WvARBURTON MAILS. Mails -lose for Melbourne at 3.15 p .m aad 8?:m. ? daily. Lilydale, 3.15 p.in. daily. Received from Nelbourne and Lily= dale at 11.45 a.m. pand 8.15 p.m. daily. Mails close for M'MaIho~i's Creek and Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Moniday s, Wednesdays and Flridays
Garden Fete and American Tea. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
Garden Fete and American Tea. - -ý- A (arden Fefen and American Tea in connection with- t. -Jolin's: Lily dalce. was held in :lthe Vicarage girounds on Saturday last 7th inst. and proved a greit success, being largely attended. - Ths tennas court vas turned into -a.firy bower, be ing festooned: with- flags of the .11 lies and .hung w ,ithl Japan se lan terns,: which: brightly illuminated the scene al inighit. The various stalls did a bris'c busili ss, and were iarranged as follows : Thle Gift StalL-Mesdames Fos.er ijaiC~ Hopkins ; R-freshment l lower, Sweets, and Chi?stinas Trce,-Girl,' Friendly Societyv; We:ght-guessing, Hoop-la, 'and Quoits-Churdcl; of England lieis Society. The comretitions for flowers, cakcs et., weie kcenly, contestoed the prize-winners -:ecing :-flst- bowl of i'oses--Mrs 'ost .r; Best bunch, of sweet, pcar-T?-rs' G.: Smith; .Bst three -pansiesL1---M1 TL., Cook; Best rirainged" spie:ci-=-C-iss . Stretch ; Best 'Victoria :andw ich and best Swiss -r' 3tfa. J3osto...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
DYSNTER1.Y. CHECKED.- "y little daughter nen .14 mont hs ol: . was, very ill with ddysentery," says Mi Wm. iF: Long, "Rose Villa ,' Cam den St., Ncwtown, N.S.W. 'WIMy 'wife wis told of Chamberlain's Colic and D)ioirholl r Iemedy and I got a? bottle at :once. W.hen we gave it to 'the child as directed, after si.t doses the dysenitery left ]ier; her appetite. returned and she had all the energy of a hlealthy . child.' Sold by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale; S. R.' Murray, Seville; Scott and Al len,-Yarra Glenj J. Buohanan, Yarra function. Dancing and Physical Cuilturt : Iasses. I -ROYDON : IECHANI TS' NT Children,' f om 4 to p.lm. S pence, per 'lesson . Adults -Dancoia :~lass 7.45 to )0.45: pm 8 S cl per term of J. . lesqozs. Texrm: In advan(e, 1..MISS i'eWJ.i C.d. MIss KIRK will opex? clasaes as ahove a ClamSberlain's t u,", Tablets , 'I He talked of t is ,lho a)kg of that, d lie talked of erything; He talked like f-enty phonographps And then beg? to sing. SI "But yesterday, - e told his fr...
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
Roman Catholic--st Sunday in -hc month-Mass at Lilydale, 9, Ait cham' 1ii 2nid Suuday, Ringwood 9, Lilydale'll; 3rd Sunday, Mitchami 9, Lilydal -11; 4th Sunday, Croy don 9 .Lily'ale 11. Church'of England-Lilydalc 11 & 7 p.m.; Yoring 3 p.m. Metiodist Church-Lilydale, 11 and 7; Wanlin, 3 and 7; Seville, l\; Gruyere .3; Ivelyn 3; :Yerig, 2.3Q. Presbyterinh Churc--Lilydale 11 and 7, Cr-Pon 3; Ringwood 7 p.m, Baptist Church--Lilydale 11 and 7 ; PaitonHill 3 li.m; Croydon 11. Church ol 0hrist-Oroydon 11 and 7 p.m. Salvation 4'my-Lilydale 11 a.m.; Yarra Junctio1 3 p.m SUBSORIBEIS are. reminded that their pay is-1s are now due, and ate respe.ctfulb requested to 'forward same to tis office. Annual Sub scriptions ?or papers posted from office and 4aid before end of yeaw (Gs.)' ovcrce sulscr"ptibngs p wil be chargef . `s per quater,
SOMEBODY'S BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
SOMEBODY'S BOY. Somebiudv's: boy to the war Ihas gone. Amolng the dead you'll find him, Crushed do'wn by iron shiot and shell. With blood-stained sword l ehinc him. Alid the face that was fair in child hood's days Lies under the pl:. moon's gl'tter. Malngled and stern in the rage of :war With every soul pii?l? bitter. Somebody wiept when hia marched away - To war fields dark and gory;., Fresh tears will fall fall ?n lips ret lI At home the sad,--sadl story. Somebody's heart ywas a d thha day T lhough fife and drimr were sounding, For the glint of stcoet as seen afar The fooma n's camp i surrounding. Sobme mcthecr's boy to tlhh war ahas gone, W.it th Ie flacg he mlarichledto battl: .And then. from the field. to ra name less grave . Hle passed with t , cannon s tattle. h JF,3 0 .winteir winds, mecan requiem low, F or love no more can bind him Some mnother's boy to the war has gone, \Aid there with the dead you'll find hilm. " 11. IIA liE.
Extension of Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
Extension of Water Supply. j Com Dawborn, pursuant to notice given, moved at last meeting of the Healesville Water Trust. "That in order to improv the water supply in the town ship anid to conmply with the condition.s. rnd requirements of'-tle State Rivers and Water supply. Department, the Trust's engineer and secretary are hereby instructed to pre pare all necessary plans, speci fications and other data for rho (a) Linking up-of all water mains as shown on dotted lines on the plan already prepared by tlie engineer and- submit ted to tha 'tr~:st at its last meeting. (l) Also for the re moval of all mains smaller than two inches and substitut. ing same with new two inch mains. (c) Also the exten sions of 'the' water mains in n St. Leonard's road, d~a1rker street, School i, 1J aid Symons street, w hil, shall also be two ;inch mgiains. (d) Thait t . i: stirnction be imnm-' atel ar 'ied out and'- ailately car -warde ... - plans, etc., for - . to the State Rivers ?,d Water Supply Departm...
A.W.N.L. Convention [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
A.W.N.L. Convention The Women's Christian Temper ance Union-whose world's presi dent is Countess of Carlisle, Austra lian president Lady Holden, and S:ate president DMrs J. Downing held its twenty seventh annual con vention last week in the Independent Church, Collins street, Melbourne. The Convention opened on Monday evening by a great public meeting in the Auditorium, Mr W. G. Finlay son, M.H.R., in the chair. Addresses were given by the chairman, Dr Har vey Sutton, of the Education Depart ment, and Mr S. Mauger. Quar tettes and other fine musical items were rendered. O.a Tuesday morning the State president, Mrs Downing,delivered the president's annual address. Reports were read. In the afternoon papers were read on Free Kindergartens, purity and moral 'education, work aniong cadets and soldiers. A very fine address was given by Mr Spen cer on "The protection of children." Discussions followed and the follow ing resolutions were unanimously adopted : I. That the authorities be ap ...
M'LAINE—BASSETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 13 November 1914
M'LA:INE-BASSbETT. The marrige of Mr Hector Mc Laine to Miss Florence Bassett was celebrated at St. John's Church of England, Toolangi, on Wednesday, October 21st, -by the Rev. P. 31. Brett. of I-ealesvii.: The Wedding March was played by Miss M'Mur ray. The bride, who -.was given awivay by her fIthi, wore a pretty white embroidered voile gown naid a. veil of Limericlk liacc airraged over a. wreath of orange blossom, and carried a 1 .e.ut ful s'.o: e: b u quet of white azaleas, tied with long white satin streamers. Shia also carried a pretty horse - shoe milade witi ivwhite margic erites andc tied witl ribbon streamlers (gifts of Mrs Kerr. Clifton Hill). The bridesnmiid.s were 3iss Iild: Ilicks (Eirst .Prahran). and.. M3isses Doris and ThIlma Bassett (sisters of the bride). Miss -licks wore ýti white ivory lace dress,- ad carried. ,t bouquet of pink roses and aspariL-. gus and tied with satin streamers. The Mtisses Doris alnd Thlma. B?fl - set. wore whnite embroidered =voile frocks....
WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
1 WARBURTON. Cricket.-Another 'ffort to accli ma.tise cricket in this land of stumps is Cp be made. Tennis and 'two-up.: have ,:their . devotees; in ' their . res - pcctive spheres. of society; - but for the man who likes.a spice of danger with his sport there is nothing sa fer than cricket--if you can only ,find 'time for it. -- There s the rub. What is needed is-a'couple of sets pf nets. iii the centre of. the tow"i-. ship, so thht at any spare moment .a couple of players can obtain quick practice with the bat and ball. We have a recreation .reserve lying idle, .cx:ept -foitunately for gool grazing. Pocssibly it will be leased by the Warbuiton-Melbourne - Mountain Air Excursion Coy., as the only prac 'ticable landing-place for the a r craft. Timb'er Industry.--There are still four mills engaged fully, and -there 'is some prospect of three others re suming befoe Xmas. The negocia tions between the sawmillers anal the Government have not resulted in any definite arraigement to date....
WOORI YALLOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
WOORI YALLOCK 4-~ From Our Own Correspondent. Tlings' 'ae quiet here ju$'tlnoW, except in the firewood business, which, judging by the bullock irnd 'horse teams employed carting wood to the local mills, seems eto be in full swing withl orders. Mr Speers met with a. nasty ac cident while )enching wood at his saw-mill on Monday by his hand coming in contact witlh the saw. and having tlp misfortune to lose two of his fingers. The wa" is the general,. topic here as- everywhere at present. Thie daily papers are eagerly awaited each~ mor ning, The capture of the 4'Emden'. by one of c-he slips of the Austra liaa n a?y came as a great aurprjse --especiill to the German residents here. r Although bleneficial. the severe storm whichl occurred hee on Sat urd'.y, caused much dcmiuage 'o '?e done' 4to some of the crops of po tatoes and millet, Several paddocks ha2ve lhd deep,_ trenches waslhed tlhrough them. 1The roadmiaking machlne, under the charge of MIr A., Donu? - a beel .L,,g good work on ...
CONCERT AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
`CONCERT AT LILYDALE. By Dorcas Street Choir. A -grand concert; was held on Ttie day evening, when thl members of the Dorcas Street (South Melbourne) Presbyteriatn Choir entertained the music lovers of Lilydale. The fame of this organisation,of vocalists and instrumentalists ha.l preceded them band resulted in the Athenaeum Hall being filled by an appreciat've aud icnce. After the Rev. . M. .Burns hadl welcomed t:e visitors to Lily dale; the clhoir rendered Handel's. "Anl the CGlorvy" in their usual fine harmonious manner, and we e very loudll~ applauded. Sol s were ran - dered by Miss A. Kinig ("Somewhere a Voice is Calling), MIc. Martin ("Nirvana), M'ss G. Hutton ('Laud of Hope and Glory"), each of wlicir was much appreciateoi and the s'ng ers called back to give encores. Selections from Et in r s auogh'er of Ja-irns, "Awake Thon ThI:t Sleep Cst,'" "Love Divine,"' and "To Him Who Left His Throne," were given -by the choir. Again tie applause showed thbe appreciation of the beau ti...