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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
WARBURTON. (Front Our Own (uiiueItL,)e will lie sruit ccii It ic. l ll ri t i.. th e Iirst Alt ititit I lii'·i ýiii th ii ilii Vll tI'i jlitct c;i;111 4.1cc1l ithe thlesll wat"I Sp,"u pi ll. 4. is ri w e I cri 11 utv -«" l 111.i 1 "t,, RIIIlcli i of lii l ic\.JN, 1it ll 1i,11 (Ilc. ;IIIt th fit i Ict _ mu11 . 1ill sI It tllc i uti c cil ccl ci. : t e liiLijtcctc, il lll ill cccl :cII tI since the \'! Itatl "r pli lwc s l 11I " 11;11: remarkable. l t 1,11u .111 1 :'11)111 1.11,!,11 calf -rIll. :1 11(' t \· of l1111. 111.111 passeld i 1 .ll 4 i Iis" stai . i ' Ilic i . It tlohi t cIiit lit tlislltciti ccii . " of tl t lics. i 11 lcs ls d i l , lec eecnn ti " i ticll r~lcd . htrullIicc 1e1. wh lit cc ic ' ,c It 1.11c Jitg!' . IIIn llee lt . 1 l i , cccI.. iic .c 1c1 f r i r! Icli 1 i tl't1tcicctctt Il m_ 1 trs mtl ie 11ttc.t W.t Ii Ic it'i - cLt v~ticarI tcc It : ' 1u ictccl. Iand tu c nic if t lie tc i l". f;cctc- Ii. i , ~
PROFITABLE AND UNPROFITABLE COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
PROFITABLE AND UNPROFIT ABLE COWS. Only a rich ainan can afford to keep unprofitable4 cows. Sometimes it is said that a man, tun!ess he is well-off, cannot afford to own good cows, but that is not true. If he can afford to own any, he can afford to own the best. The man who refuses to take the necessary steps to secure a good cow. must work double time ,to get any profit ,and wait years before' he can breed up to a higher standard. It. has to be realised at the beginning that it is better to put all the money in half a dozen good cows, than in a' dozen inferior ones. The profits of dairying' depend entirely upon the cows and the system of raising feed and gving it to the ahimals. It has been proved that good, not fancy bred, cows have made £10 profit per year, net for their own ers. after the cost of feed had been de ducted, and all other. charges. If one good cow will make that profit, a hlerd of 10 or 20 should net a fairly good income. This can be done in. almost any region where...
ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR [?] LILYDALE. RATEPAYERS REQUEST REPO[?] CONSIDERATION DEFER[?]ED [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
ELECTRIC LIGHT FO LILYDALE. COUSDllLE'a'lo ltJ1.Il'Il. I., :1t the "'C. tii f t Ii " I ! teas Ii'cciv I ti IcntllCr 1'l 1''='' 1. '111 th a 1t ly l Ic i u liii'' r. havers held ecc llý;,t(l at Ichir Iied ý Inn thoughl~j P"I~ Ttfe.l~tr l ,: likdyS to I()i 1 ( t "t S ;tdoht iiatp l ' i i u i iy' e e it rc r I 11,1(ný ý 1 I'1ºc l~re idcºº sai '(lattr. O"a I" i rl i'r "Ie eti ~~'otii( like c~sc~i Inv ter to lie fcer elt tillº a Iol iliseett~rthu ra'' ~nW ii~ likely t loke ti u c'a iiN:".I I) Was dolU'd. lif a1 l ler d t le 111t tu 1," h ink fa1clc~ic ciltes i , I i I' torld. d eiisc t theac tItýc. i t b lie asked thr dl s a i l f -) t , i ( u 0 'l i e d s u i ºº , ,G r ( ~
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOWV SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for . something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labor, or expense, 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 capitalists of to-morrow. Read the spleu:lid advice that Edison gives.' Learn the procedure as tb pa tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a .patentee. . 2; If that workman or- foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced i clever invention put him on- the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, says of .the "Inventors' Guide," "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I ,.ave seen. -It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the "In ventors' Guide." 3. For yoursel...
RINGWOOD LIGHTING. COUNCIL RESENTS ACTION OF COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
- RINGWOOD LIGHTING. COUNCIL RIESENTS ACTION OF COMP.I'ANY.t. At the .ilydile council inee iig oni. onldal sonil 'discuss.ion tidk place regarding a, letter frolil . :w renic 'auc Hl'usein Electrical "Co., lclfbourlie. the coitiicto(sI for the insitalathio. of fittings ill c(oilue Lion with tlli clelctric Iiglhting scheme, asking for a I'st if houses to be installed with -electric light ill Riigwood. Cr 3l',Alpia pointed out that tic council c ould...liot- guai t ttoe L get, the ihouses at 'once, iland thought it was the duty of tli~ company to lok liafter their own business. lie had supplied then with a list of dabout 70 houses, but it seemed as if theyv. wan-le everyh thling iritanged1 for thenii lie tlhught thiir ll:tce" in' suchl a tone was unealle.I for. l.it aiiswecr to a qiueltion,. the en gliueer said ttllat o contlact hid been signedL with. thll con1l a.ly, and opinions .were divided as to tie liºi bility of the council in relation to the ,collectlion otf tiJ2 inone" for ie...
[?]IN INVITATION OVER THE WIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
OmTA0TION OVERI THE WIRES. I rn'art Dri'sdale-.) S ,I 1ry rt, that. soh . r -ate'I ipon a log- firom' lr -';, :iel Ce scraped ''lked hilly to.l. made fromi::: "tu ", irul r iched -x'rithi: ;lle u ?ou' d[\vicllch c-mpos;& , ,.l-hiled eggs. Theri i he. thzy g zed trans - l ! t :mt rrna i1cautifl he St ,.it folm)l the lok,-koit. S; l the um uit oIf 11th u iint. 'a ,. the descent. ''he ln' I tounlu ain had :ben 'be-e diiciuls.i but now thiere ill :alh. a;nd a need to ,a t t" ,, k,' th ings r.-'ill e" i litli dcressnakecr ra.d. .rlf .lost. lut hopirng sthe.' l rfiiii tl,,. lh1II rest of the. loked ,rly to thcmselves i. t' "oku catch e t ie trai n it forth. wt t of help or the: " ,heir l.e,-,rt. each girl. ha.v-. Slou t" four. U But the t nevrr evitliC xs prrovcI t, co It flor :o" . r flo. el biddiirg .) .N it l Ia h r ti, rw.. e ::e -. l)I\odl n 1i,' wetF:griss,.aindc ,l tlhheitltr tse woul+d eve. . able of risin" : gain. Sh . h d.: ia, l th',',rll in tltII. w ill th e orn - ,hil...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXVII. "GOOD-BYE, SWEETHEART, GOOD-BYE." [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
---. THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXVII. ",GOOD-BYE, SWEETHEART,'-.. GOOD-BYE." The sun had long ago sank -to rest be hind the .towers of Windsor, and even ing was slowly drawing .her veil over :the panting earth. The day of work was over, and the labourers had left the fields and gone home to the quiet of. their cottages. A soft mist hung over --.the -valley, where the roses were bathed in refreshing dews, and every tassel of :-.the -bluebell was made into a fairy gob let . . .. -The river seeided to be half .asleep, waiting to be waked into. shining silver by .the first moonbeam; but the sound -.of its waters was pleasant to the ear, and those who were tired with the mill, round of pleasure,' or literary labour, were glad to sit still- and be quiet, with softer thoughts, for which they gener ally, had no time, thronging "through - heart and brain. Siuddenly the twilight fled -before the light of many lamps, a'nd the stillness was broken by. the.: notes of' a waltz emerging from a c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
E. A.. Central Cash Store RRA G LENi, oOar.Customers and Frienids? Ifper here to stay. We are hi e to ,wuak a success.. We lie the country and the i Wle, We like Our Busi .4, and strive to increase it l ell honourwble means. 3E EST GOODS and E LOTL PRICES are what count. OneOrder Will Convince You. Fiirt-class Yahit in 3PERY OLOTHIN G BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROCK00ERY GROCERIES Orders Delivered all over the District. Don't forget the Address: P. ATHERTON 'IARRA GLEN .11 FOR re lNatiocal Cattle Food of all kinds, la:dn and Lancashire Fire Insur snce Co. le, Argus, Lilydale Express and al weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY AN YT11ING. lE?Li' YOUR NEWi\SPAPER, : e~:w,)aper" is your"'JOB PRINT , If you do, not feel able :to _ uvertii lnents, you can give ip::.:,apcr your cards, dodgers, ..1, envelupes, and all busi : Iut to execute. The news U..r wn Walnts it, and it helps ?tb,' ay his Irinters for setting 1 I: thnuin Id aInd one .FREE ,'ilEJS nhe gives yoiur town; but it irc it to th...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Corroepondant.) The way seems to have been cleared at last to put into use the German cteamers which h:.ve been idly acoumu lating barnacles in our port since the outbreak of the war. It has taken a long time to ,ol0ply with the niceties which nations wh:ch play the war game according to the rules, have to ob- serve. But apparently they have now' all been punctilously discharged, and the very useful ', ditions to the ship ping are to be put to good use. A request has been made to have them fitted with what is necessary to en able them to relieve the cool storage places of Melbo'lrue of some of the prcduce: with which they are crammed. and unich cannot be despatched to the overseas markets that are awaiting it fE.r for lack of steamers with refriger ated accomcdation. But the difficul ties in the way of providing the German boats with the equipment requisite for that important department of trans port trade seem. to be insuperable. 'therefore, the p...
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
FOR -WOMEN (By "Ambrosino") Fifty of every one hundred persons who go to public libraries ask, r^cord ing to librarians: "What is a good book for me to read ?" In other words the choice of reading is, in "this large percentage, left to the discretionary direction of the man or woman behind the public library desk. Very few persons, it is said, ask for a definite book. Accept:ng this condition as a fact, the responsibility of the librar ian is great, but the responsibility of the community 'n selecting a librarian is even greater. That librarians are selected with too little thought of the importance of their position is general ly admitted. As a matter of fact, the importance that attaches itself to the position is little known. But with the knowledge that it is in the power of the librarian to direct the reading of every other person who comes to the library, the matter assumes a signifi cant gravity that communities should weigh more carefully. Of course tle 'intelligent direction...
YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
YARRA JUNCTION. (Fruom Our Own Correspondent.) 'i he ]ocal tennis court ]:'as pr senite: rather a busy aplpea:ance for some days past, hllile a pJrfume of boiling tar lpermeates the air. Playing has ceased a nd work h I started. The court is being re asplul'.el, and intioi hil r..veire:it., are being effecte.l. it is ex[ected that the court. will 'h re-opened he fore Christmas. so that ui:ellber's of the club and visitors may look for. ward to a. very ]l'"asurablle time (dui ing the holidays. There is also soime talk of tlme clulb ioiiin,, au as .. 1.. Oll ' i -e iTin,'ý ever so much more interesting for the ineibers. Much synmlatlhv is felt for lMr J. Mlenzies. whIlo has suffellred a bu rureaclenlt, recently in thlie lath of her loot her. lFire. - Albjut " a in. on Wtllle. Y. a jirfe broke out in th11e premises occupie:.l by 1mr Ihurns. fruiltrerr and c(o~fe'tioner. iixt- the Sh.i're IIall. [Thlie lire hld a good hold of the building when dIscove ed. so tint from the first all Lope...
A JOKE ON VERDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
A JOKE ON VERDI. Siorza, the composer, who died re cently at Seattle, used to toll the fol. lowing story:- "Once eVrdi and I had apartments opposite each other in Milan. The street was narrow. It was warm and our windows were open. Verdi was writing one of his operas, and, after writing one aria, he sat down at the piano and played it. I decided to play a joke on him, so I closed the shutters, and when he got through I sat down at my piano and played the same thing. Then I peeped through the blinds, and saw Verdi hanging half way out of his window, looking in all directions. I heard no more from his piano. "That evening, as we were walking together, he was much preoccupied, and I asked him what was the matter. " 'Well Giorza, he replied, 'I wrote a song this afternoon that I was posi tive was original, and yet as soon as I played it, someone else in the neigh borhood played the same thing. It worries me to think that I should be lieve asother's composition was my own.' " "Then I tol...
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
FRI DAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1914, Entries. for the Millgrove Sports oi December 1'i close on aitIurdAy. December 5. .There is a good pro Igiramme of events advertised in amno ther column. Splendid rain again fell through out the district oLt Tuesda.,y nigsiht arid 'Wednesday, oven an inch being registered. An immense amount of good will result. - The annu'l i general muetLiig of the Lilvda.le Literary and- Social Club will be held ol ' Fridan evening. December b . at-the club roomsp when all members a re urgedc to attend. Thelio Upl)i)er Ya?a Racing Club ara liolding -,., :acea meeting on New Year's Day. - Prize money to the amount of L57 is being ofiered, and a brilliant success is anticipated. :We. shilif be pleased: to receive biicef - eports. from secretaries- or the hAppioa-ed l press :correspondents.of any club or sociseit3. Einvelol:es vill lie suijiýliec frea iupon ippylication. Copy cal then be sent per rail, free of charuge 'J'Th ldest =son of Rtv, i. 1f. Burns, Jas. 'D. i ) uin...
ONE TO TAFFY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
ONE TO TAFFY. A wclshman was'spending a holiday in -London for the first time. Walking through a fashionable street, he noticed on a door bell, and at the side the words "Please ring the bell." Taffy went and rang the bell. In a second a little, powdered footman ap- peared and asked him what he wanted. "Nothing" said the Welshman. "Then why did you ring the bell?" "Because it said so," replied Taffy. "Oh," said the footman with a smile, "I see you come from the country, where nanny-goats grow on gooseberry bushes." "Yes," said the Welshman. "But in London there are more wonderful sights. You have only to ring the bell and a monkey pops out." Rich Spinster Aunt: "How well L - haved'your children are, George. Whr Dolly, you are a little lady." The Little Lady: "Yes; pa said z no didn't behave he'd knock our alo,,eu uA heads off, didn't you, pa?" An American motoring through a small Scotch town was pulled up for excessive speed. '"Didn't you 'ee that notice, 'Dead Slow?' " inquired the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
. Shire of Lillydale. : :RIN`WOOTD AND CROYDON ELEC TRIC LIGHTING SCHEME:.: HIOUSEHOLDERS aie hereby in f: oilied ttha.t ti Counlcil has. accep S'ted the tender.i of The La'wrence and. 7.Hansoinli Electi-icl - Co:-. Id:, 405: Loilsdale Sti-eet, -ellboiuiie,. to carry, out,-. thc, clectric: . iinstallationg ? of llouses: jn' 1 inigood and Cioydoin. The Coml:any; is _no'wv preparadt to f':ceive" orders: . '' IIAMILTON SINŽ'LA1R Shire Secretriiy? Shire. all,; Lilydale,. 9-11,l" : . - AUCTIONS. SATURDAYDECEMBERl 2. At three o'elock. On the Estate, Almost -adjoinifig ThRilway -Station, SPAYSW aTER. T'o fill . grat .t..demand, 'Mr Wm. . Woodmasou `has inst.ructed_ us to SEL;.i itn , ubldivision, his :Mlag 'iirficent :IELRlOSE LD`QWNS ESTI l.'1 \IELROSE ;.JDOWNS ES'.T.TI' Subdiviided into SMIALL '-.Fi\IrMS; r'TOWNSIIi'iP LOTS, SGARDEN HO\ME BLOCKS, . ORC01HAR) B?,)oKS. TF]OWER. ?\1 31 CI CKS. \\EElK-. ENI) FAR.31S. :Nobody in seaiclth of really First class -Land,, close to a. Stationi in a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
WINDIELICH METAL OZLINDS 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 and vermin. Catalogs and lesigns ·' * *. free. Shoe WUiNDELICZ PAT.ATET CEILING & OOFIG Co. Ltd 123 Queen Streao, Melabo?.re. For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, S" Headache, Indigestion. Delightful Family Medicine 00---- Advertise youir Christmas Goods in this paper. It will pay. LILYDALE BUTCHERING 00C WHTOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, S " -- -.- ]MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest. Beef, Mutfton, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE alnways on hand. .Customers waited upon dail y and orders promptly, attended to. Accommodation Houses Specially Catered For. An Up-to-date COOLING CHAMBER is attached to the premises to ...
WEDDING BELLS. BENNIER—WARDELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
WEDDING BELLS. ." cl SIIENNIIER-H?\ARDELL. w A. Very pretty .weddiing way celO T bratcd -in the . Methodist Cihurch. h Lilydale, on ..October 31, the conii tractintg parties beinl Mr N. A. si Befiiuer, of Lilv-da!e. eldest- sc oi 1 the ~:ate James Bendier of Port ti Brouihton. Soutlik-Austiala, andi Marion, only dau?iteit of Mr ann a Mrs W \q'iell, of 'Olmair,': Iilydalle. l£he `lev:. James Lowc olliciated T'h' i church wa1l s bc?tiutfullv ydecorited by the :friends _of t ii? .bride;- anll :;tiue beremfbn3o: was wituesseBd biya .larLge number of friends and -i.htt'ltic . ''ly' t IBride, .whlio. was .given -away- by. 1'r t father, wore a' dress of iivory satin and icl slihadow lace and a. l.asquit of iinon.'-- The long train was lince with -very pale pink si!k, with spri.ys I of oranuge blossom..' The veil, beau tifrlly worked by the bridce, was becoiingly ai.ri-anged on a? small, dainty hat of slhtidow lace: and orange-blcssoms. - The bride carried a bouquet of roses and ca rnwtions...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
RED CRO4d SOCIETY. The Lilhvd?e branch of th^ hRel Crosu Society has forwarded a. fifthl instalment to iheadquartei's, consist ing of 380 towels, representing abotit L17 10s worth. Seven towels were rcceived. toO late for this parcel, leaving only 13 to make the splen did total of 100. Will the ladies and gentlemen 'who lhi.ve iine al ready .given spare a towel, or one shilling with: which to buy one? Every Tuesday, at -2.30 p.m., work parties are heli in the iShire Hall (upstairs),-and workers will be. glad ly welcomed. '?rile Aciire Factory has khidly; cmut out- 120 yards of flannel into 'shirts, and thlese- are now. at the Shire. Hall. ready for cistribution. ,~-~- -
REVENUE ACCOUNT. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
REVENUE ACCOUNT 7_.>, . c R'ECE11TS. ITo lalance (Bank Balance: as'at- : Jan. I, 1913 57 8 i,,, Rates -'u-rrnt ...3777 0 Arrears 2-.2 , Overpi'i-d 418 0 Sate of Water- Victorian Railways 88::. 6 Sundry Sales and' Water Accounts 2 8 'r- 6 - ,, Interest on Rates-in Arrears .: : q iq , Contriactors' Deposits - i- II - .£5212 ? !P e t t y .C a s h , e t 'c .: " ; . 3 7 9 :] 6 " . gStationery,-etc? .. .-. 9, 2 Io" aXPrNDITges UR.. .. . 6 1913" .. . Dec. 31 By Salaies andE Wagenditure - 18 priori .... 4o. II ,: ,, oCommissin' Deposits 1... 16 8 o3 110 17..11 - SaRate s-OverpaidP.. o m o Postage, Petty Loansh, eount .. 9 4 Printing, Stationeryk et I II12.36 107 7 Bank-Charges ' .. _Y ý ,;.Law Costs 0 Audi: F~ee - 45 2 vicellaneco~is Expenditut-e.. 4 .. 6 Interest :246 -8 6 ,,Redempt-iont 40 IT 1 j~Contractors' Deposits .. 16 8 0 ,,- Refund of Rates-Overpaid ...: a S o -- ,Advance? to L..oan Account a . q Q41 ;,Bal rice In -Bank at 3I-I2=13 136 17. 7 X 92 z 6K LOAN LJ1BILTI Y ACCOUNT, X1...
Lillydale Waterworks Trust. [?]MENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER, 1913. LOAN ACCOUNT. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914
iillydale Waterworks Trust. .FINT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENBIED 31st DECEMBER: 1913. LOAN ACCOUNT. _ RECEIPTS. ji, To Treasury :'375 .. 9-2 , Advance from - Revenue Account ... . : :4: £375 9 :6 EXPENDITURE. ` Dec. 31I By-Reticulation, -spply of . pipes, ,tubes,- etc, freight 357 9 0o -,, Engineering and Supervision, Engineer's Commission i?..I 3: 6. -- , l'Ianagement and .l Oflice. - Expenses .. :2 17 375 9 6