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WOORYYALLOCK v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
-This" match' Was placyed 'on the ooriti YLillocl ~i?ounld on NoV 7 ild J -l. and resultod in a win for Lily~r1tc Iby 40 runs. on the first inl nings. The .Woori _a'dllock ladios provided afternoon tea for the visi tors, and MIt Allen in a, neat l peech thanked them for their. hospitality. Following 'are ,the scores:- Lilydale.--1st Iunings. B. Morton, b W' Staaff -.;. 20 A. Deschamp, not out ... 30. B. ,Noden. c Ockwell. bi F. Reatd. 18 R.. Allen, b \V. Douthie ... 18 G-. Milne. 15bW. Douthie ... 19 'MI. Hitton, e Douthie, b A. Teese .4 F. Deslianip, b A. Teese ... 2 Jarram?' c B: Allsop, b A. Teeso 0 Sundcies . ..10 .otal for.7 wickets ..121 SBowling.---F. Read 1 for 299 .W. Stat?' 1 for 16, W. Douthie 2 fog 20, A. Teese . for 19.. XW oori lYallock.--lst Iuning. A. Teese, 1 .1 iln . . W. St-( ,o' e 1 . lill, ) M.lne ... 1, A. Ockwell, AlMor oina,b No, ler .n 13 A. lisop, eo5li.) ) iNodn . W. Douithie," c Morton ,b" Noden 18 E. Teese, std., b' Hutton :... 3 E. Long, c., b Iilne I.....
HEALESVILLE V. MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
HE ALES VILLE v. M1ITUICAM. The opening match in connection with the Healesviile-club was played )n the local oval on Saturday against • itcham.. Prior to the commence minnt of play E. Andrew' was elected captain for the season. Following are the seoi'es - u1lAk.WV]Lt, Higgins, c, b Kennedy ... - C: Smith, c, b Barret: ... S Townsend,'c, b Kennedy ... 9 Richardson, b Kennedy ... 3' Swindon, b Kcnnndy ... 21 Andrew, c, b Barret ... 7 Flew, c, b Barret ... ... 4 Heritage, b Barret ... .... 5 Williams, not otl ",,, :.. 1 ~Lindupp, not ouL . ... 3 Sundries ... . 5 Total ., - Bowling--Barret 4 for ,I :Keuledy 4.for 50. ]Boyle, o, b Andrew ... 21 Wilson, c Tow?isend, b Flew ,12 Keiinedly;. c and b Anthrew ... 9 Brickfield, rhn out: ... 0 Barret, b Andrew ...:'" " 6 Halliday, e and b Smith 4. 4 Sexton, b Townsend ... Manley, b Townsendd ' 2 Stock, b Andrew . , Morris, not out 3 Sundries ... 6' - otal . ... 67. awliwg--Flew 1- for 18, Ri hard soni. 0 fo? 11, Tonslsond 2 for 1? An_ diew4 fog...
CLUB FORMED AT WARBURTON [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
CLUB FORMED `AT. WARBURTON A meeting called for the purpose of forming a cricket club at War burton was held on Tuesdlay even ing. T'here nas a fair attendance, a.nd Mr W. Adams was voted to th4 chair. It was decided to re-form tihe cricket club, and the following office - bearnrs we"re appointed:--Pre sident, iMr Parbury; vice-presidents. Messrs Leith and Stockdale; pat - ions, Madame 'Melba, Messrs Sears. Story, Richards, Lithgow, Richards, and Syme; secretary, MIr Summers; treiasurer, Mr Bucklin;. The sub - cription for the year was fixed at 5s p.r member. The varioun corl mittecs will be appointed at the -next meeting. Practice will corm - ife'i?ce on Saturday nect, when all intending members are invited to attend.
Melba Concert at Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
Melba Goncert at Healesville. -The residents of Lilyd?l2 and district will have anoth'er oppr - tunit -: on the. 27th; inst. to hear our' beloved songstress, A[adame Met ba, at 'Healeevill, Ar?angements have been made for a speci?l_ tra.'n to 'e.ve there for Lilydale after the concert is over. stlopping at t llst a tions. It is sincerely holed tI-aF a gaocd many Lilydale residents will attend, Seats can be )-ookd at Alr Andrew's, cihemist, Healesville , :e: sonially or by post, The prices are 10s Gd reserved, and '5s -unresertfo :1 seats. Take the ordinary 6 27 p.m. traint'o: IIealeavilleand ireturir 1f special, . -
CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
CROYDON. -9-b-- Notlhing stirring. 'Th' rain hais settled the dust for a time. T'ank supplies have been replenishe:l tem "poiirily, and our folk will need an ot;her .hiot spell, before they wake up to the fact of their inadequate iater supply. There is talk of a stand-pip for Ringwood and Mitcham to tap:the ' Shainnassy sulpply. l guess that Croydon has a claim, f:'too. We are in dainger oT going dry; ilL a diffc; rent sense to our New Zealand people Mlr W. H. Everard had a fairly good attendance at his election med ting on Saturday night, and spoke vigorously on his programme. Your scribe did not think hiis.views quite liberal enough, but lie is going to vote for every candidate, and hopes the best maan will win. On 2nd December, under the aius pices of our lRed Cross ladies' com mittee, Croydon is to have a novel treat. Dr Edith Barrett, of Mel bourne, is to lectkire on "1Town Plan ning and Children's Playgrounds. A big crowd at 6d a head sliould have a pleasant evening and materi...
CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association LIST OF FIXTURES. (Matches on First named ground) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
' CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association LIST. OF FIXTURES. (Mat-hc's on fii't? named. grunýd) Nov..21 and Dec.i 5-Seville v. Lily da s; Lilyle Rovers;Lilydale *v. Cold stream; Wandin v. ,Woori Yal lock Dec. 12 and 19-Lilvdasle Rovers v. Woori Yalloc.;'Cold'stre'am v. W\andin; Seville '? Lilyda'e Second Round. Jan. 9 and 16-Coldstream v. Lily dale Rovers; Seville v. Woori Yallock; Lilydale v. Wandin Jaa23 and .30-Wandia v. Seville; .W?oori Yallock v. Coldstream Lilydale Rovers v. Lilydale Feb. 6 and q3-Wandin v. Lily dale Rovers; Lilydale v. Woori Yallock; Scvillo v. Coldstreain Feb. 20 .,and 27-Lilydale Rovers v. Seville; .Coldstr-eun v. Lily dale;' Woori Yallock v. Wandin Mar. 13 and 20- XVoori Yallock 'v. Lilydale Rovers; Wandin v. Coldstream; Lilydale v. Seville.
RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
RINGWOOD MARIKET. 3huket heavily .stocked. 3lilkers: only medium c quality represented, which sold up to L5 2s 6d; spring ers to L7 . l0s; fat cows to I,6; choppers to L3 is: st;ore cows to ,L.,.I 5s,; good Teisev hcifers to L2 .s. L'i-s- -aconer3 1L2 ,31s 9d; por kers 33s to '1 s sli'ps to 19s; suc kers i's (il to 3Os 6d.. COalve , -7s .to lss, acordingr to Size -and qual ity .. 'owls-Cockerels to 53 Odi hea y h'ens to 'Is ld; oth~e.ts to 3s ?3d chickens, to 11cd per.pa:r; cducks 2s 9d to as (id pair; ducklings .1s to 2s -3d per pain; acoording to szae and-, breeding, Sbhep-4G o:d storc weethers to Ss 3d; small laIms to 5s (d; old ewes to 2s d. -Iorses- Up to. L2S for draulghts; ponies to L14 , (outside). Sundries -at usual tetes. Sala as usual Monday niext?
LILYDALE ROVERS v. WANDIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
LILYDALE ROVERS v. WANDIN. -x- The above mat'cl., which was con eluded a.t Lilydale on Saturday, re sulted in a win for Wandin on the first innings by .78 runs. Scores: Lilydale Rovers. Sleeth, b G. Russell ... 0 A Scbire, o T, b G. R:ussell ... 26 Herry, b G. -Russell ... 8 Bowring. c Overton, 1.G Ru:'sall 3 Stephens: e W., b '1'. Russell... 11 Fraser, c W. Ru1s3e!, b Hay ... 80 Wardell, b' Hay ... 25 A. H. Sebire, b T. 1Russell ... 2 Allen, b Hay ... 0 -Icdges, T, Russell ... 1 Arnott. not out 1 ... Pý Sundries ... 18 Total . 8...128 Bowling.~'G. Russell 4 for 45, T. Russell 3 for 32, Bay 3 for 13. Wandin. C. Russell, b Sebire :... 22 Over n, c HIodges, ii Arnott ... 47 E. Overton;, e Sebire, b Stephens 5 T. Russell, c Arnott: b . Sebire 77 I-Iadd. b 1raiser : ... 0 W. Russell. e and b' Stephens ... 9 Wa lace, e Stephens, l Herry ... 7 GaLudion .b Herry 3 .... 3 Rowland, c H-erry, i Sebire ... 21 Hay, c Wardell, b1) ebir . :.. 7 Lord, not out 0 Sundries . ... 8 Bowling.--Sabire . ...
SEVILLE v. COLDSTREAM. Played at Coldstream. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
SEV.ILLE V. COLDSTREAM. - - :layed .at Coldstieain. 'This match - was. .concluded on Saturda-,- and resulted in a win for Seville by an innings and, one run: Scores : Coldstream.-1st Innings. W. Town, b LeFage . -.. 2 W. Madden, c Read,.cjI Letgea 23 F. Morris, b' LePage ... 2 C. Madden, b LePage ' -...- 16 D. Madden, b LePage - ... 7 R. Bowie, ib LePage ... 4 S. hrieri.y, b Wallace ... 0 N. Frost,- c Read, b Wallace .. 0 .T. Douthie, b Wallace . ... 1 H. F]erguson, not, out ... 0 E. M?oloney, b LePage ... 0 Sundries ... 7 Total ... 62 Bowling.-LePage 7 for 2S, Wal lace 3 for 3. Seville.-lst Innings. L. Read. c Frost ,b Douthie' 13 W. Read, b W. Madden ... 26 E. Read, run out ... 0 L'?rag, c Fergui-n, b' W ,Madden 23 W. Wallace, lbw., b W. .iadden 0 W. Payne, std, b C. Madden ... 6 C. Wallace, not out ... 3 C. Iand, b W. Town ... 9. Stevens, c sub., ) Town ... 5 C. Wallace, I)b Douthie ... 3 J. Payne, not out ... 0 Orenshaw, b' Doutlice ... 0 Total ... 92 ¶ Coldstream.-2nd Innings. ...
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
S. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. The 'district hlas been favored d .with a most beneficial fall of rain, 63 points having bcen registered at Lilydale on Friday. and Saturday - last. The fall will do an immense r amouat of good. -After being stricken to his bed t, for four years with a serious ail .r mhent, during which: he was several times near death's .door, Mr J: Campbell, of Lilydale, was out and - about last week. -Ie has been the recipient of many congratulations and expressions of hope that his great improvement in health: m:ty be permanent. During his long ill Iness Mlr Campbell has been under the patient and skilful care of Dr Sy3m1e. Electors are directed to our col unis for dates and particul:mrs of the various 'candidates' lina ad - dresses iii this locality in connec - Jijon with the Ev6lyv State election. MAr Parker Molonev. M.H.R1, will address ?'meetin'g "at Lilydale .'on Tuesday evening next in the inter est-s of Mr- E., A. Duncan's candi dature. The 241thi annual picn...
SLATEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 20 November 1914
SLATEY. CREEK. Some tilie ago J. wrote t1ltim we were in hopes of soon getting 11" land for our proposed Hall. hlow ever; it -appears now as if w2 were as far ofl getting it as ever. The secretary of the commnitte3 recently wrote to M3r Barnes. our membler. asking himn if he. would try mid ind out haint was dcl aying the iinyat tor, and the secretary ht:ls .rcccived the following letter tlhrougit fir .arnes fro - theli Lacnds J)Deprtmenl :-' Sir,--i.n acknowl.-dging the let ter addressed to you on 22nd Oc tober by Mr C. .. - Bryant-. Slaty Creek. relative to the desired site for a public. aill in thli2 Parish of celicak, I .have ti inform you tilat the papers in the case are with the District Surveyor for report, on re .ccipt ofl which you will be furthimer advised.-l-W, -I. 'Grayson, Pro. Sec. for Lands., As it is three mciinthls ago since the last papers were sent in, tlhey are evidently not getting up; much. of a perspiratioit over theli -iwttci h Wat -hkesi the delahy m1i1- mi?i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
Cbambevlains ,° Tablets TRI)?M A SAMPLE.- " Some years ago I was subject" to bil iousness fromn which 1' could get no relief." says Mr W. G. Miller, giocir, Lindfield, N.S.W. .':>I was? g1iven -~ saminle of Chamberlain's Tablets ?nd a lfew hours after ta kigi. themn all: traces Tof biliousness was completely gone. Whenever 'lhere has been a recurrence of the ji oubnle I have got immediate re .lic Q kroxt Chanibellain's Tablets. Publio 'Notices. n - INSURE AT ONCE • WITH THE ROYAL INSURANCE CO LTD t-. FUNDS, £19'031,200. - ANNUAL INCOME, £7,542,708, FIRE (including Crops and Stacks) HAILSTONE, LIVE STOCK, PER. SONAL ACCIDENT. WORKERS' COMPENSATION. LMARINE and PROFITS. --Local Agent at Lilydalc. A. J. HOPKINS. I TUESDAY, DEC. 8. YARRA GLEN CATTLE .SALE CAMPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba. zaar, Melbourne) will hold their Nusual Bi-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRINGERS, FAT AND STORE COWS, and...
ABOUT FLOOD WATER. WHO HAS THE RIGHT TO IT? [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
ABOUT FLOOD WATER. WHO H1AS TIHE RIIG11T TO 1T? - matter of interest to persons occupying road frontages was dis cussed at MIonday's neiating of the Lilydale Shire Council. wien a pe tition was received from 22 rate: payers ' of Wonga .Park. protesting ag.ainsL the .action of thi council in giving .permission to Mr Read to dig up and lay pipes across Yarra road to divert flood water from its natural .course, thus depriviig NMr Fitton of his rigiht to same. Messrs Fitton aind Topping also waited on th counciil in connection witlh the ma,tter. ,Mr Fitton sa id it was u nfair. thali, the water should be taken from his side of the road, as it had always flowed ove'r his hind. and h ? would not"ha.ve boughit the propzrty but for this . fct. Hol wised to know by whose a utliiuiLty Mr "l?ad had ciit-a channel aIrwss thn .road, -and ·sised .,.lt,le.mpatJ.lhigli.gr to ,divert i±ater from.his place. IHe took thedc levels some months ago, andi from tile crown of thli ris' to his side there iwi...
VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
VALEDICTORY. , very pluasant functiotin took lade *,, aU; the -_rooms of, the Warbu r tio. biraichl of the P.L. ., when tl1e members : andcl Tricnds of : Mrl .Thos. Hunt. the pi rsidentl of tlhe bran'ch assemblled .to bid-: him- farew\elli on thliaoca~ioni of' liis d~ep artue fronm Wariburthon i ha Iltlh of he liguest of tliti Yceuiii vidped b r W\. .-B. Ocll?, who spoke very ]iigh-1V of I:r' lut'S. mauny good lulitis. Duriiing the evenihng the secrctary, Mr. fH. Duscher, iin a plea, sant speech prescnte:l hlr Hunt. with a, purse of sovereigns, and amid cheers 6xpresse:l the hop3 tbat. their guest would .-return again with re newped healtlh. -rr C. Reid, a, prom inent townsman, spoke on behab of the business people of t.li town, and expressed -regret at the loss of a. man whom he described as a model citizen. After a programme of songs a l alipy evening was brough '"Ito i? . conclusion withl: a dance. *~ ~ ~ '
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
CO( RERSPONDECE.; :. :.(Iti Vi' t rian. a'-Ilvo s, t.iha. C(iunirssiinr'- cannot ,makro - a-ny '-1 .i-ratio in existing, arranige.ment.s will rcueard to thl T-Varburtoii' and, lIleilc-vill, irains.-Rcce'.vecf 't 1rIn oi lulic Works' deisar?men'b ;I-kill if l(e comncil h1as ainyRibjec ti t' the road leading fr6m .eLt itc-luit r oald to Olinda Creek being l,-cI.d to Cih(as. fan .. Lilydale. Cr l;( clle :ai' this would cut- oit peo ,le in tli ncmighborhood fromr the xr'k. wiich would not he fairn and. lhe road wul"d not b'e if: .an I use fr. r;zi/i'.--lt was decided, oni t.lih mntiii, ,I of' rs M'Alpin acnd Daly. ,to ,l:ly tlhat thb conncil objects to the leni - __ - r * _r.;, _ "'r(, 'I r(aslury. - slting -r i ac ,.cri, initirest to the -.'.oano n1 of L;5s 2.5 d tlhail.: been iinvested in : ir.. rent.. (;ovenmuecnt stcck.--Re .ivied. . . .. S I. - * U - L Fr.,,, Victorian Ea'liWvays. f srwardA in plni f ilnpri.vlmnen's ti "dra'nge ;i) liubiln rrad. '(rcssing.--:Received. lroun C.ntry ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
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LILYDALE BRASS BAND. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
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NEW INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
NEW INVEtNTION2S. -Applications for grant of letters pa tent, which have been lodged in the following names lave been accepted by the Commissioner Messrs. G. G. .Turri and Co., patent attorneys No. 1, of Australia, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street Melbourne, have prepared this report from the official records.- Improved Incubator.-An incubator of the water heated type provides a circulatory system iniuediately above the egg drawers, the pipes being of tapering rectaingular section.-Mr. J. F. D;llon, South Australia. Supports for Ladders.-To. give side support to ladders two struts are clamp ed at their top ends to a rung of the ladder, while chains connect, the side bars of the ladder to bolts near the feet of the struts, thus limiting the lateral movementeof the struts.--Mr. A. J. Le Vey, England. Resilient Tyre.-A cover laced to the felloe is expanded by a series of radial helical springs, each of which passes through a hole in an adjacant curved spring and is seated on the bolts...