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WARBURTON POLICE COURT Saturday, November 14. Before S. J. Goldsmith, Esq., P.M., Cr Lithgow, J.P., and J. Stevens Esq., J.P. Vaccination Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

WARBURTON POLICE COURTI Saturday, ŽNovember 14. - Before S.7 J. Goldsmith, Esq., 1.M., Or Litlhowq JP1 and T. Stevens cc, "i:atio "- Case. Constable Kidd procceded . - ainst -Edwin Hand for'failing?'. t. have -his child vacciniated H=aud was fiied ' L2.' - Debt, Cases. 1Peid.. Brds.; proceeded araiuist J. Piciht for debt of L ':5s d, groods sold.-- Fitch 'put in n claim -for !!S fcrt a, bag dif •pottoes which Reid. IErcos:. hI ini the.ir, possession. This tiiiioiifit was dedticted.. aid a:i order inmade for L :9s with L -lIs costs. Reid trols '=v. , J arriott:. LG 18s lid, go~ds'sold and- del vared. .li. defendanlt 'had paid IiIs since- the summifons was issued.-An order was made- fior':L5 s lid, with 2s Gd costs. . - Sr Iper Tairra. Shire Cases, SlThe Siih:irc of Upper Y arra. procee ded .agaiist Edwai-d hlamd for" L2 18s rates ind interest.i Amelia. Ball Spiccr.: LG is aites a nd iitlerest, ,,xtihur- ?liulbiouk-l,G 19s. .j". F. i (l frud li (TGs, -in-1. sanen 4I,0 lt s, a?;i Edwei...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

TURF TOPICS (By "Flemington.") a People have not yet ceased to talk of De Gama, who distinguished himself 3 by winning three races at the Mel 1 bourne Cup meeting. It is generally agreed that De Gama was extremely fortunate in not having to carry more than Sst. 131b. to finish up with. Han dicapl)ers do not alwhvays take such a lenient view of winning form. "Most horses have to pay far more dearly for success. It is plain that the weight, adjuster quite failed to properly esti mate l)e Gama with the result that the New Zealander won his last race a good deal easier than his first. Do Gama must have improved as the meeting went on, as he won the Final Handicap with a good deal in hand. Apart from his series of successes, Do Gama has also recently been in theo limelight in another way. The V.A.T.C. has decided that the horse is not to race at Caulfield again. No reason is given for the rejection of De Gama's entry, nor is the club bound to give a reason; but there is an -impression th...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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AN INVITATION OVER THE WIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

SAN INVITATION OVER THE WIRES. --4-- * -(l;y ?.,wart Drysdale.) "Nora' Nori" Mi$ . Whieelan ca l led, utting -forth her isunny head :throughli thie door o:f .the post of' Slicei:.and diirecting her ,voice t.o an .office at.- the. rear of -tla. store, -'in. vwhichl tie said Noi,, the littfe book keeper, was- busily engaged upon numerous -accounts. 'Come quic kly.'' y"eryi well. I'll come: Miss W\ eelan't. said. -Nora to tie gir',. whom shli. was wont to, call.Elsic. "I shall be free at twclve-tlnirty, and. will come theni. .Turning onee again to her accounts, Nora, was angry. Firstly, she had been havy ing a. few days'. hloliday in town. anld upon iicr return found her.?cc counts, rather muddled, and in des perate need' of straightening. Then again; Elsie's request bora a not of command, .a -thing "Nora. hIad ne ver yet been 'laow i to obev. - And. too, stra?e little C roal t.1e ihat sh" was,. because there -wass , ws note of ur,'gency in the request -also, sshr "ounld it. ncessary t...

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WASHED WHILE YOU WAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

WASHED WHILE YOU WAIT. In onie of the large hospitals of Ame rica there is a waiting room where pa tients sit until room or wards are as signed to them, and where visitors sib waiting their turns to visit friends or. relatives who are sick there. One morning a boy stuck his head in the doorway and shouted: '"Mr. Andersonl" Two men started up. One stepped forward quickly and followed the boy and the other dropped back into his seat. The boy led Mr. Anderson to a small room on the third floor and Anderson went in. Two doctors were there, surrounded by all sorts of terri hying apparatus. "Anderson?" asked one of the doc tors. "Yes, sir." "Come here and have your stomach washed out." "But," protested Anderson wildly, "I don't want my stomach washed out." "That's what they all say!" retorted the doctor. "Grab him!" And they took Anderson, shoved him into a chair, and in a twinkling had a stomach pump in him. After the operation the doctor looked sternly at the wilted and shivering Anders...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

. GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. : . i.'y little dau;ghlter1 Maud was very bad witll crouep andi-.. I was quiite worn out w;?h loss- of sleep,'" says M~rs .atherine I-Iolland;:45 ,Ade laide rodid., lBerhamLpore,- N.Z. "A f 'iend had-. seen C~hamiberhlin's Cough Reiuedy advertised- for: the relief of croup_ and suggested my trying it. Ij did so- and -f gave ,the child 'instttt relief.-I lwave seen. doz ens .o Clildin, irelieved of croupl by Clhauibrliu's Cough Rtemedy.

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JUST SHAKING IT UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

. JUST SHAKING IT UP. There was a terrible noise coming from the direction of the dining-room, and the fond mother, alarmed, rushed in. On the floor her son, aged 11, was going through all manner of con tortions-somersaults, both backward and forward. Bang, bang, he went. "Willie l Willie I" she cried. "What are you doing?" For a moment Willie paused in his gymnastics. "Oh, it's all right, mother!" he gasped. "You'see, I forgot to shake my medicine up before taking it-liko you always told me to do. So I thought I'd shake myself up as the medicine ,was inside me!"

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

TIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur ideas Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however, sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ez pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa .tenting. in the chiei countries,-then secure your own lIergaIonopobly-ror your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foremu , or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, says of the "Inventors Guide," "I am recom mended it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I have seen. It should do a lot of good. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive to about by telling him where he can obtain the "Inve...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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MOUNT EVELYN. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

*MOUNT EVELYN. iHOGCRESS ASSOCJ.ATIOjN. ''The u suan monthly meeting wtas held on 31st nit., .th President ( Mr Sltvens) in the chair. ''iie hon. so cretary reporte:d that lr F; Snow bIalb. had. rc'3his gift Lof. a site for '31echanics' I-.ll,. nomina te:1 lMr A?l St.Ccns as his representctaive on1 tlic .Trust. Thle f ristsccs,.. lssrs Sto vcns iand Scott. had sinice met and clcctl d Mr U). C.-L EvanYs as their third .trustcc. ,.- '1i1 .ailwayv com missioners had- sent up. an officce to reporL: on rYcuest to - throw open the Statioi. road to thli TCowihsuip JIsatate holdcrs, anid lhi requecst for the rental of :a. block of"1':ld -near stattion for recrCatiuo lhurpol."; us the hid. was found to be' too snm1ll for "t;he j rpose th,- request was, iithldraiwn. Withi .regard to the .otlhcr imatters, the .commissioners' dlecisiovn 11odtd bp learncd itt an. oarly dit'iL,.;- :r sss )Stcvcns.,:. \Vialrdle iud -Atpiplit xir rpoi'tacuo th0 rlilc -ccni "deputatioma to the ? ? ailway I:-comfiis-...

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THE STATE ELECTIONS. EVELYN. The Nominations. EDWARD ARTHUR DUNCAN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

TSTATE ELECTIONS. EVELYN. 1)'h Nominnations. Lilcdaic. IIottlkcea)pP ' :.::i ti' Ž'. CAJIUGN ' . E% ·D, 'arI13.flug,'" 16 Berkeley-st., G1, atcrrie. l'ca, Mferchant tI OHIu J AJINO'I MAX'WELL Main Mlielboiune-ro d. I 1tlcd1 ll'c. I. aiTister att L'3333 311.1( ' ý LPIIJPCiAICs SI'D ' It l l·iI:l ý l'\\1tL14. DU1 PB 'FLlt^1'.: l?1 P1rulllulmonc t Srt 8 .O ultuon ('onust('.(t:r andI Orcardid:t,. 1)0----- 11i.11 1. EVIE:RAIRD AT 1I.l - DIALE. h1r 11". if . 3(111(1 rd one of the -Like 1:,1 ,.;,33I3(1; for thlLe IveLyn State 13111i~ 333 'I 3331sd ".. nt ' ic~t acddes 'll lit ('13'3'l '3 in tlit . Athenaeumi hal1. l~ily4''Ic. o3, J .idi1.y. eceninlg ("hl tII. .I11"les 11 'esiiluo-.. .liter. th c1=,;i,1r lll3I d. "suiit..ilx "inir~tiocc )S1Ii tileill ]Ii iltr 0voll(1l ii..la.tke,.Ithal, ii;' wins li1 133ui3t"1 1 It tle at·tendmce but: 13.rI31(V the el'ectlrs' were .gettia ; ;irk ;Ilnd tirid of- -hear'ng .tli4.var_ 3331' 3,333111135 ToI. the a etuirin 33IILr.'l Air lE . Cameron, li paid high...

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THE SWORD OF PEACE. WHY GERMAN MILITARISM MUST FALL. CIVILISATION'S INTOLERABLE BURDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

THE SWORD OF PEACE. \\WHY GERMAN .MLITARISM MUST " FALL. CIVILISATION'S INTOLERABLE BURDEN. (By H. G. Wells, in the London "Daily News and Leader.") At last the intolerable tension is over, and Europe is at war. The mon strous vanity that was begotten by the easy victories of '70 and '71 has challenged the world, and Germany. pre pares to reap the harvest Bismarck sowed. That trampling, drilling fool ery .in the heart of Europe, that has arrested civilisation, and darkened the hopes of ma~ikind for forty yeairs Ger man Imperialism, .German militarism, has struck- its inevitable blow.. The. victory of Germany will mean the per manent enthronement of 'the War God over all human affairs. The defeat of Germany may open the way to disar mament and peace throughout the earth. To those who love peace there can be ,no other hope in the present conflict than the defeat, the utter discrediting, of the German legend, the ending for -ood and all of the blood and iron super -;ition, of Krupp, fl...

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IS THE KAISER SANE? [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

IS THE KAISER SANE? "The Secret History of the Court of Berlin," by a Lady-in-waiting, edited by Henry W. Fischer, has been pub lished. Let it be granted, as Euclid used to say, that the present Kaiser is .undersized, deformed, afflicted with hereditary disease, lavish and niggard ly by turns, restless, unreasonable, sel lish, insaiicly vain, ard resembling in almost every particular his relatives who have died mad! That clears the ground a- little. This lady-in-waiting (who had to accept the position, after losing her fortune, at a court where formerly she had been "welcomed as friend aid companion") makes all the foregoing suggestions about the Kaiser after studying him daily, and at close quarters, for years. Her book, with its promising sub-title, "The Private Lives of William II. and his Consort," ran through several editions on its first ap pearance 10'years ago, and has at the present crisis been rushed into the mar ket again in a cheap form The lapse of time has discredited ...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

FOR WOMEN -4-- (By "Ambrosine") There is one person in Germany that one must feel very sorry for, and she is the wife of the Crown Prince. The Crown Princess Cecile is of Russian de scent, and with no great love for the Germans.-,, She is the daughter of the Grantd Duchess Anastasia of Russia. Such a. pretty, smart, woman, too, who upset the pink-flannelette-wearing Ger man fraus by insisting on getting all her trosseau (of the cobwebbiest and miost lovely description) in Paris. Her -m'other, the Duchess Anastasia, who married the Grand Duke Frederic of AMeeklenburg, is a lady of so lively and spirited a disposition, that she shocked the stodgy- traditions of the Prussian Coirt to' such a degree the Kaiser gave her to understand that her presence at the Court was not desired. From that momlent relations between the Crown Prince andf his domineering father grew strained, and he and his daring Prin cess openly flouted the authority of their august papa to such an extent that the world...

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MR. GREENWOOD REPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

3111. GiIEENWOOD REPLIES. 31r. GIlEENWOOlD, oil rising to reply, was cordially received. "Hegaid l-r. Chairman, Indies, and gentlemnen,-in criticism of what .\31 r. Maxwcll has said, let me point out .tlhat tlhere is not thit differentiation between the Barristers' Assoeiation and the industrial unionists which he would hIave yon -belicve. The industrinal unions of Victoria andl the Comnionwenlth also contain persons of dif ferent-politieal opinions. i ceon adduce evidence to prove that they have actuaily run candidates for Panrliament against the :selected Labonr oandidates. 3.r. 3lnxwell has told you that the unions of the past have Ieen purely in dustrial and not political. in this respect his statements are not in n:ecordilnCe with facts. Anyone who has read the history of the past knows full well that industrial progress has been interwoven with the politicnl progress of the counetrt. You will obtain conlirmation of that statement in the fact thlt the laws of your country for 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

ADVERTISING. •There's no. bettor medium. for the extensive- and growitg disrictfs from Ringwood toi Iealesville: and. acioss to- .Warburton, serving 're sidents with a circulation easily 2 to 1 Ietter--than any other - dis .trice.t ppers 7t.hioughorit; tthe- Lilydale and -Upper. Yarra:. Shires. Our -' - rates are reasonable, too. Eight pages- weekly at Ild, full -reporits, id-:i .nda stick-to-your-owýnidistrict policy, : command-- ]arge. circula.tion;, anil - l,clicaýlly . cvetrybody:, il I.hi. distioit rids, boys, borrowi, or some ?-way sces he Express, Adivoc ate,* or- Chronicle, -. . " -: '.:?'-; . -: ~': -: - .: " • ' - - -"."- - , . -. . . . " - ," -: ? " : ' .- " ' ,' - - : PRINTING Of. every description executed promptly and proficiently. We do work for practically all the leading societies and business people of; the district. We do it well, at lowest remunerative prices. Think of us when you next think of printing, and we'll beo glad of an order. We are continually buying n...

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PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS. AN INTERESTING DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS. AN I"TEERRSTING DEBATE..- - A.rsar.interesting;dcbate, the result oL a chai. lengeo isatied.- by Inr.:dG... G A. 3laxelli to"'31r. . V., GOreenwood, -took place in-,the -Ringwood .Hall,- iingwood- before- a -lhrge audience,- on Wedvesdny, 11th November.. 'Thoe subject'- for th" 'debate .was "That preference to::unionists is :undesirable," M3r. itaxwvell argaing, in the -ffirmative and 31r. •Greenwood in the negaitiive i 1r.' i1T. (.lrkc .occupied the clhair,; and there onas a large and appreciative :attend anice. tilt. M3AXWELL OPENS THE DEBATE. i f r.: i\l tE , tIo h o o- torisis to -address the meceting. iwas riceived '.with.- considerable apt'lause, said:--I am .very- glad to, see such : la?eo audience here to-night, as it indicates ti.'-ken interest which is taken ins the sub j--ut-.we are about to debate. -lr. Greeunwood n-kcd ime to miodify the original wording of the debate-" That pirefer'ence to unionists is u?isound -in,i principle -"-to-. . prefere...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

MF?LBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent.) The raids of the military authorities under the Trading with the Enemy Act, do not seehl to have been taken without warrant. It is quite plain from the little that has been-revealed that there is a danger. of Australia being made a source of supply, through round-about avenues, of' course, of some of the things the enemy needs. Another fact demonstrated by the raids is that we are awakening, if slowly, to the neces sitv- for taking the war more seriously and realising more fully the menace that lies in leaving all sorts of facili ties .open for the many agents of the enemy who are in our luidst and who find material for amusement as well as profit in our childlike trust. The actioi of the authorities natur ally gives, stimulus to the fabricators of the rumors that are always rife. The morbid-minded who derive some re maikable sort of pleasure from promul gating scare stories are always ready, to avail themselves of any incident cal...

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MISCELLANY. END OF THE TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

MISCELLANY. END OF THE TALE. Pey was newly married, and. being oammercial traveller and away from e ery frequently, he would say to IF ronder what Gwendoline is doing at this precise moment." Be was thinking one day, when a ',,rrant idea struck him, and he visited Sspiritualist medium .'Wt," said Percy, "is Gwendoline "She is looking out of the window," r1hiec the medium, "probably expect Ssomeone." ,,.hl" continued the medium, - al5eone enters the house, and she ,its haim fondly." YoU lie," loared: the jealous has,. fy "y wife is true to me." "now ehe lays his head on her lap. lPd itenderly into his eyes." gadau lie," roared' the jealous hus ,aT gain. s'whe kisses him." -. ,s false," yelled .the young man. bit.,' said the medium, "he wags "Ut 1"

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[?] RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

----RE S Rustcu") beot bt tOO nmany moans of .t .st droughts and the Of varieties of wheat that SUlts with a ninimum of :oe of the best of them. The 'hat lie iu this direction b, rn0itý re?prted fromn 0 ii new wheat f u 'ourne last week, .. Coy:, of Sea Lake. Sof t'e variety known as ,anil the quality has sur ,rise. for the grain ol"v ood OLolor, fairly " in?r i the attributes ' i ,,od milling wheat. Sritell to say that the y i ,h this sample was taken to the acre, and ,, the drought-resisting i the varity,' it is stated it hd les than one inch e of the crops in the dis 'in, 5 ai hekls to the acre, e ll,' feature to the farmers blogh they are only harvest ihelds, the quality will be rent sea:lon i` singular (writes : ill the Adelaide ' Ob n tiat it has seen the Scotch into an article of com .s1 "3 S feed for stock, at Sload. in nat'ny a dis i i this State, but inu 0 hithistle is still classed .`?Ced, :ld landowners can o Ii" 1i I, hw to destroy them. tathu partlicolar thistle more S...

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MR. MAXWELL REPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

On rising to reply, Mr. 3I.AX1\ElI', was re. ?eived with .an eitllusiastic burst of applause. lne said:-"I have listened with great intere-t to 31r.( Greenwiod's remharks, and with a good 0ma5y of them I can agree. 'IThe onlh tllhng L object to is that hie tas not really faced tile sitiuaittion whichl I -placed before him. For instance Ire begins by dtvdrwhi a lovely phituore of uniiion ist ouidealS as taken front a bnook of rles; it al quite sure no ole ini the aniienc re.ognized tile plietre as. the portrait of Vic torian trades iunionism., Ile picturet tho1 tnhoinist of.: Australia as oie who pr'actises tie loftiest idealism, wlho never dreamis of fallnlg .below his ideal. It was. very dimsthgenmoums of II r. U rleenwood to get thlese bulks of,i?el.tifill rules. hy, - thonught lie was re:ding frola tl Sermnoll on thle . Mount. (Cries of " So hie was" ndu a,,ghter.) It on;l- brins into more -bold relief tihe deltll to w'llieh thIe tnliolliSt hIaLs fallelln with such a spilendid id...

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MT. EVELYN v. MT. DANDENONG [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914

MT. EVELYN v. MT. DANDENONG The return match between the ab ove-named teams took place at Mt. Dandenong on Saturday, Gth inst., and resulted 4n a victory for the home team by an innings and 12 runs. Following are the scores- Mt. Evelyn.-First Innings. J. Thompson, b Holden ... I S. ])unstone, not out ... 8 G. Evans, b Holden ... 0 S. Dunstone, sea, run out ... '0 T. Collier. c IIand, b Holden ... 0 H. Sinclair, b IIoldea. ... 0 Patrick, b Holmhnes ... 3 R. Thom'son, I Holmes ... 0 Sundries .... 7 Total ... 24 Alt. Evelvn.-1--2nd v. nings. S. Dunstonc, b Rouse ... 1 S. Dunslone, sen, c. Dunba.r ... 6 J. Thomson, c lHand ... 6 W. Evans, IS Price ... 0 T. Collier, b Hand ... 1 H. Sinclair .not out, ... 5 Patrick, rm out ... 0 R. Thomson, ii Itaud ... 0 Sundries ... 1 Total 2 ... 27 iMt. Dandenong. - Rouse, b Sinclair :... 3 Hand. 1 Dunstone, s .. ... 1L E. Price, b Sinclair ... 8 IIohlmcs, b Sinclair ... 18 Holden, b Sinclair ... 0 Hand, jun., b Sinclair ... 6 Craig, b Sinclair ... 0 W...

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