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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

LILYDALE POST. OFFICE. Mails close as lelow:- Melbourne, 7.20 a.m.; 11.20a m., 8 p.m. daily. Money ordcrs-9 till t.L 'Mooroolbark, Ringwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.. .daily. Healesville, 1 ra' Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.ir daily. Warburton, Y: ra Junction, Laun 'cling Place, W ri Yallock, Wan din Ya.llock, Wa ".tin Nortl, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at° the RailW-ay Station is cleared daily previous to trains leaving for Melbourne. Late fee charged. Clearanices for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m:i daily. Money Order f0111ice closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 plm. Parcels Post Mails and Registered Mails close at 11 a.m. and- 6 p.m. Mails :lose four Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.m. dailj5. Lilydale, 3.15 p.m. daily.. Received from M3elbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. 'and 8:15 p.m. daily. Mails close for M 'Maio -'-Creek and Walsh's Creek at 11.i15a.m. on Mondays, Wecdnesdays and Fridays

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

.Local InformiatiOn - 'ENNYP1OSTAGE. The new. postal ? ates,. including the penny postage on briletters, came into -foi-ce ; on -"Monday, ':?y 1st, 1911. The ireduceId rates .ard as fol THROUGIIO.UT.: THE COMMON- - WLALTI.AND -PAPUA. Letters, il_-per..2oz -. :::- -Y tter t?Cards,. single,. dc. each. SDo .:repiy, id each half. SPost Cards,. single, id each. Do:. reply, .ld each half. Printed Papers, Oid per 2oz. Books, printed-Outside Australia, Ol per 4oz.; in Australia, 0Od per 8oz. Magazines-Printed iti Australia Old per Soz. ; outside Australia, O~d per 4oz. "Hansard," 0.d. per 12oz. Commercial papers, .patterns, sam ples and merchandise, ld per 2oz. OVERSEA DO31INIONS. SLetters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonies and pro tcctorrate-, except the New IIchridns, Id per Soz. l'JWV ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS. The rates of New Zealapd, Fiji, and Britishl Soloriion Islnaris are: .Letters,. ld pcr ?oz.:' ' Post Caids, single, .1L Do. reply, :li...

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Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, JULY 10. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

',FlIAY. JULY 10. 1914 A slight . accident occurred to the .410 P.m.h up~ .Warburton train on \ý:ediesdi vniight -heii -approach ing the B30x. Hill railway station. 1v some nc.rian the couplinigi of :olie"of the corridor cars .biokc. thus renicrinog the .furtheri progress of ihe train imtpossible :After. a delay if ai oul 20 mliiinutos the damaged- oar riag was pFut out of the yunnminudl i.5 lrscengseis di trib?uted throiuhl lthe :.rst of the train. wlicwhich_ ins hloweei hlialtfm hliour ilmite in reach ;fir ý-- - - -. - Those of our readers who had theI jpleasulre of attending the sucials runi by the Lilydale Blrancli of the I'.L .C'. last yecir. ill bei pul cased to nottice iln Ur adl)i'tiiniOi c hloniuS it e anlounlllO ccl. e til ihat thoe anuual social will be held in thI'Atlt naefCilui Illl.. on ril ida'. 1l)tl Julv. A spec ial effort is b)in'. m-ade to have this social excel the others; whinch will. however, be very dillieult. 1romin cut nemu)ers of thle lhotiuse of lep reseut...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

: Municipal Notices.; Shire of Lillydale.? Soý1ic .T T i- '\'OTERS' :LISTS S-, E 01 iNOR INSPECTION ",OTIEO)is h erebv-'giveli thit the, I tcrs= Lists noid Septiite l oteirs ,s- .:of;i tli, tli'cce Ridinigs' of ..: t Shire -of .ill.dale are now inn m, ei?tod'?-, : and copies of the said Lists i.ill be OI'EN IOR I? NSPlE T- IO duriiig. ollie hours by any pe.r son between thei- 8th .1and-l11th '1?s of :Juil' 1911. i ucluivb.:a 'it the dcrmenutioned. phicest ii . oi the .NorthiWest flidiilg'nit Lilydae Post Office . ..l?ilviddlc ?ee. Library. ' Shie .?'Iiall. Lilydale, . 1'or the Southl \\Kest idiBdinit a lingwood- Post Office Croydon Post Office. : -. 1ount .'Dandenong North Post :. Ollice - . SW ongi P1'a .rt Post Ollicc: S Evelystn ost Ollice. ' Shi re all. Lid'ie :. _`- ''or the= bstiein 1hidi_ Silki-iFosi 011ice - W . ,,1aidiai Pa s Olhc' . --ic - ,Seville.: Post. Olice - hrSlh Ielfdl Liftdale: "AXny" icisllson whiose name lias not been" i'nserted in aty of. the 'said lists. uho c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, :. :YARRA JUNCTION. . Rlepairs executed with inatness and despatch. All work done on prem . ises at lowest prices compatible with good material and workmanship. Enable you to finish a room with char actef. 'Their beauty of design and workmanship has. made friends for -themthroughout the Commonwealth. They e:arieygienic, fire-proof, of decor a?tiv.e charm, and inexpensive, can be -iashed down and do -not collect dust and vermin. Catalogs and lesigns free,. h3ao UW ýD LIQ T C IL & R0071G Co., Lt 123 Queen Stzesc, Melb e. For Contipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, SHeadache, Indigestion. ý - gh 1 Meiy Mdicine LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO II. OLESA-LE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, - - MAIN STREET,, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Mlutton, Coried 3ecef, Pork and Tongues .always obtain able at Bedrock. Prices. Sm'all Goods a Speciality. C:.AVE . HILL 1BACON and CHEESE always on hand. Customers waited 'upon dailty adid orders promptly attended to. Accommodation Douses Specia...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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HAZY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

HAZY. Ex-President Taft told this little story to illustrate the puzzling charac ter of a certain public ques ion. I feel about that question very much as the mnan did who came across a creek which, as someone told him, was called the Saskaschiquali Creek. He asked a resident of the neighborhood how they spelled, that name. The native said :-"Some spells it one way, and some spells it ano her, but in my ;judgment there ain't any correct way of spelling it." "So your wife has lost' her teeth?" asked the sympathetic friend. "How in the world does she manage to get along without them?" "Oh, it's no bother to her," gloomily returned Mr. Henpeck, "she has a biting tongue, you -know."

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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

OLIPPINGS. A poultryman's, like a iornman's work,' is.never done. Filth and vermin is the greatest combination against success in the poultry business. If soiled hands will spoil an egg for hatching pui'poses, do dirty nests and dirty hands have no effect on the -eat ing quality? 'Those who have plenty. of chickens and eggs to use on their tables when -they desire these splendid: goods, do not feel the heavy hand of the higher cost of living. Kill.the Rooster.-According to Bul letin 160,-issued by the U.S. Depart ment of Agriculture, the egg loss of the United States, amounting to 45,000,000 annually, would be cut one half if the male birds were removed after the hatching season was over. Fertile eggs are subject to rapid de terioration, due to the development of blood rings and rots, which raiesa plrce even if eggs are given good careon the farin arid by the egg collectors.. In fertile eggs are much more resistent to deterioration than those that are fer* tile, regardless of where ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

Step at the old and tried Drapery Establishment n the New Position- oomy, Spacious Pre. mises---filled with a Big Up-to-date and Varied Stock. J.T. PHILLIPS, DRAPER - MAIN STREET - LILYDAEE. BUY LOCALLY. SAVE TIME. SA v E TEM PER. SAVE-L. s. d. DRESS MATERIALS A. Nice .Selection of NEWEST DRESS FABRICS In Smartest Shades. At Lowest Prices obtainable in the State. A- Beautiful Range of - BLOUSES, TrIMMINGS, LACES, Etc. -- Etc. St.,IAL VALUE IN. MILLINERY: TRIMMING: ETC. All tile most becoming new shapes, colors and ideas are now showing .in this Department. It provides in the fullest degree the Latest Styles at very Reduced Prices. SPECIAL VALUE, IN HOSIERY & GLOVES -o · A LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS 9 SHOES In all the Best and Most Up-to Date Shapes and Styles Available. - SPECIAL PRICES. - He only ask YOU to visit us.' The Variety and Value will make you friends and customers for ever., INSPFCTION IN VI iED. Post Orders Promptly Attended to. - Satisfaction Guaranteed. Remember the...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flen:ington.") No -excuses" can be offered for the beaten (except, perhaps, Ob.), in the Grand National Hurdle Race. It was a good fair tcsi, and ur-doubtedly, the bes:i horse at the weights gamed the day. All the way in the last mile Clontaft could be seen working hin way gradualy, but surely, and just before rounding for home, it could b seen that nothing butt a fall at the last obstacle could deprive him of vic tory. As it happ ncd, OContaft was equal to a safe jump with success in h.s grasp, and once on ;he right side of the final flight of battens the Gtd win geld:ng had no more trouble. No "National" has ever b:en won in more convincing style. It was an end:n- that pleased "he pub ic, for Clontaft had been one of the main fancies for some time, espcci ,'.iy :after he had won that Jumpers' Fiat Race at bMoonee Valley about ,ten days previous to the big event at. F'lemnington.. Clontaft has been h <)r profitab!e horse to his presen owner in whose col...

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[?]ding—Various Methods. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

ing-Various 6tflme ods. athe breeting goes down tile i0 a comlnon saying Im regaru . hAnother symug is to ithk iftat `tlul and plenty " is the thod or feeding. Putting the lgns togetner, we gather lilam t o gec thle est resuts tront bthr riends, we have to feed nih good food of a varied na as to suit their peculiar re tv, and also to let them have of it. It Is a fact that if a or birds loom some well-known re irided onto two pens, one og ted properly and well, and pea led "just anyhow,"' a Itree, both on the appearance It toand also the egg yad,l Squlkly apparent The lady S lald eas which she reck Siears ras not to be pit. t he admitted that as soon aJPPed laying she stopped i Co to the question ol ast lsh or dry Iced is the e, and we have no hesita that if there is any of irrgular fecding, both as tih~ty and time of feeding, ah etter of tihe two. L admitttd that birds on 000 lay quite so many 0a0 as they would if fed arh, but when there is dan. . aOrihton1 of perhaps a zouple i th ...

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How to Grow Lucerne. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

IHw to Grow Lucerne. biia' are its fattening qualities ?' erile echoed. "Well, I don't itht it fattens lambs as quickly n does, but it will give a grea oportion of lean meat. It is : theating as rape. I allow the -on lucerne about a fortnight or eks longer to fatten than I do l hlambs fed on rape. "inhed to put in about six hun eres, but the land must be first. tibup. Luoerno does well if 1s a crop of peas. Any land thau. POW clover, cowgrass, or peas will lhemre. I would not advise any ping in for lucerne to plant too Blieore sowing it is wise to roll p?nd, so as to provide a level Sow with a broad-casting le use a spoon drill, but rcgu the quantites by filling - the ithl soap. We have put in .o the acre over 00 acres, and to the acre over 100 acres, but iLee no difference in the crops. 'Mn be no doubt at all that lu 'I the best fodder plant kniown, oe musth be exercised in getting 'b sort."

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

Items of Interest. Canned goods of the value of 20 mil lion dollars were exported from the United Sta es during 1913. Meats, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, and fish constituted the bulk of these shipments, and they were sent to prac ticaily every coun.ry in the world. When belt driven separators are used, trouble through the belts wear ing out quickly, or breaking is some tines experienced. The life of a separator belt or rope will be greatly prolonged if it receives an occasional dressing of oil suitable for the pur pose. A bell which is not treated seldom lasts very long when in daily uso. Taints in the dairy must be avoid ed by observing scrupulous cleanli ness in 'the dairy itself, and all the utensils which the milk comes in con tact with. Most of the taints in dairy produce can be traced to un cleanliness in the dairy itself, and all the' utensils which the milk comes in contact with. Most of the taints in' dairy produce can be traced to unclean liness in the handling of ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") For the tenth time-the representa tives of rura 7ndustries have go; to gether in annual confabulation. The past week's proceedings at Mary borough in conneouion wi h the Chamber of Agriculture's convention have had in them much that is ot interest. Whether t{he resolu'ions adopted at gatherings of the kind ever prod-ce any tangible result is largely a matter Ior speculation But be 'that as it may, the slirring of the waters of debate is good-alike for those who lake part,. and those who throug, the medium of the press reports, assimilate some of the ideas evolved. A point raised by the President in the course of his&pening addiess that should be allowed to sink home was his reference .to the practice which was observed amongst farmers and graziers of sending their ewes and ewe lambs for slaughter, and pointed out that nothing but calamity co: 1 resulb from the coniLnuance ; such a policy. He hoped that thlioe con-' cerned would see the » 's...

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SILVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

. SILVAN. ----cO - (FIroum Our Own C rre1o.:d.nl-.) A\ sipec. l 'it eei i of the local liogress Associatiuii took 1ilccoon Thursditv las i.a full nuimber b'leing present; 11r--11. l lciederson iii the chair. On the tiouqin of lr I. I J: Smith ,secaOiled lby dlrJonte ,it a.: decicod.to requesat hlIe Deatnicntut thi oiili ' lir camwcrin -to ' grto t!i a su' fio t0 i road "tiii t tirei" s ,'o StonvfT' ird .I.. TIhe Secretavu was requested to cai ilic t-Shire coun cil's attention, to ,the dangeroris state of thie bridge ovcr -the middle orcok at i lie cmtran:ci, into thlie furest. The lomnbulk _nd of Queens-rd baid;ly :nlcds improving. this fact was admitted bh our co}ncijllors and engineer, sCeen jor eight, months ago when .. 4 st dtint t - prOmilse was iiade to da the0 neces sary wrk,--Mr llattitngley was iit strui'.ted .to minind .or representat ive of tihe urgency of :the work.' It was also . arran ged that tihe 'Olindig Progress AsAocintion be. cominuui catecld wilth jil} gard to v...

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MR. P. A. BURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

MR. P. A. BURT. Another lamentable death occurred )n Thursday, when after a-lingering illness extending over a !ong period; \1I Percy A. Burt died at his resid ince, Hesalesvile,. Th.e deceased gen ;leman was a-very old identity of the district, and for years was in business c-t the Grand Hotel. He "was very +musically disposed, and at one time was band master ':of. the Healesville band. He wtt a public-spirited gentlem.rI qnh in eTrier years par .icularly took a keen interest in any thing for the advanoement of Heales .rvile. The deepest sympathy is felt for his 'bereaved widow by a large circle of local friends.

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HEALESVILLE NEWS. OBITUARY. MR. THOMAS W. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

HEALESVILLE NEWS. OBITU AR Y. MR. THOMAS W. SMITH. (From our own Correspondcnt. Residents of Healesville generally, were sh'ocked to hear on Tuesday afternoon last that Mr Thomas W. Smith, of Healesville (and recently of Toolangi) had passed away, at his le sidence in Feinshaw road. Tom, as be was familiarly and well known by the local public, was taken suddenly ill while at work at Toolangi, and be came so-bad that he had -to be con veyed to his home at HealEsville. On arrival there medical aid was sum moned, and Dr Shaw found the case to be one of acute pneumonia and pleurisy. Gradually the suffeier sank, and towards evening on Tues day passed away. Oft a retiring, generous-and kindly disposition, Tom was respected an_ liked by all. As a cricketer he wa: amongst the first ranks of the Heales ville team, and last year took a pro minent part in winning the pre miership. As an axenlan he gai ed notoriety in all parts of the State, and - mongst choppers he was a general favorite, bein...

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QUICKLY DISAPPEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

QUTCN1As P}I.I',DI lPpEAHD.: "_All last. winLer I :bad mly two boys ill with veltý;havil b oad:.,'· say} `s Mr G. Arclibolcl. 1 Jraker Si;T Lbwis Li am ".S.W. "ITHa1ng" heari f6om 1. friend about Cha mberlaiu', COoug]h Ilmcidv. I gave iti trail. With the resnib thalt tile.. colis c l ckb. d cis apperlcd. r1 rbab aged'c our: moll tts. ihs a colW no ',ad I toi\ ing buin C'lhaýmnbeilnin1'-: O ough Hemý ct- amnd theic is a3Vlreitc-clv ('c1lcd Lf~l ýroý'psfl i"

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FOOTBALL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

- TOOTIiLL. - . o ihe iditoi . Si .-.I notice i`ni.oir issic of 3rd July a. letltr poncQniil, i!- 'o.t Iall inailch pleayed betw? ccii "iarrn Glen annd 1enlesY'ilce n. t le Glien. "Coldstreami was ihwullv,..y disap pointed' bcoIuso .ho did inot see a good gamie of footbal.li aild to his mind it was not- the faultR . of 'the Iplnaer., \\'ell. 1 would very unich like to know w hose fault it -w s. if it. was not tlhe players ! Th3 ainme haId:inot started loing when onie :o the fledes-villc men ileumed ainxmous to iv-e -i, displa;y .of tightling. think "Coldstream's" y esiglt- Tunsi bj2 a bito outf order if lie 'dd !not see tllis scrmnniumen . '"Coldstrai un als sA:ys lie noticed tljnt tliere- was -an un covered cricket pitch oil the plJlaing a.rena. If "Coldstreamu' keepls m1is eyes open he. will .nld Y'iirr G 'lu lis not.. thle ojile. o oie.-- ouri, etc.. SYarra GCrIf. 7'-1-1."- SPollTr.

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OUR LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

OUR LETTER BOX. Without necessarily indorsing the cpuiuons of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearingon. topics of public :nterest, which may be intelligent ly and briefly expressed and free from pcrsonalit.ies, on cncndition of receiving the ývritei.s real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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WONGA PARK. Working Bee. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 10 July 1914

WONGA PARK. -------oo (From our own Correspondent. : - Working iDoc. On Tlursdam.?. July 2nd. a sno?:. of nen in this localuC v forned theusel >c.s into a w =orking bee. and procec dcd to Mrs Allen's property, where they s tirled ploughing anid pruning her orclhard. Eight, teams of hlorses were attachled to ploughs. oticr' men were prining. and a. nmlber picking up .utLings. which weie tc irown in to greate' lii'e pot dcf-lwn 1,j ;no thelr tea~mn. and buqit. t Abou!t tlei acres .were gone oycr during tlhe day, 1 also' understand nboul 4 tons .of wood. wee carted. Mrs Hent;y provided dinuor and lunc-heon for the whole' of the worke-i, \\'Wle thcr -the b.cc V as dii .' t O?'clhar;tty o0 n. surprise I cannot, sy,. but whlat ever was intended, much cere1iti i.: due to those who cu-me forwurd to do thde wyorl. -, ' " '.rhior 1)D;'ty. Triday, July. 3rd, was set aside here a;s Arbor Day. A flir gatler ing .issembled ~ a tlhe oIeal -Sthi. •0sohool, wbut; aJftor- ynitpilg a while fr i:-~c...

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