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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

=CANTNOT GET HIS BREATH. My .little son Sydney occasionially? gets so ,bad with croup that he cannot .get his breathy= writes MIrs N. ·P L"ewis. "Mile End, Adelaide,: 'S.A. AII follow :the directions. on the ibottle of COltmberlain's Cough :Remedy, and lie is quickly relieved. I never go to bed" without a bottle of Cha~mberlain's Cough Remedy on hand, fodr I never know wheoa Syd ney will be attacked with croup.'! Sold by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale; 0. ITascen, MiIllgrov&e Scott and Al len, Yarra. Glen; 8.ll. Bradshaw and W. J. Dawborn, lHealosvillo. SILVER STAR STARCH THE BEST IN THE WORLD - lb arton 4to 5lb Parcel i INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES Stud Notices. HORSE OWNERS Can secure the widest publicity for their Stud Notices by Advertising in this Journal, which has the Guaranteed largest circulation in the Lilydale- and Upper Yarra Shires. -I~---; NEATLY, S CHEAPLY AND EXPIDITIOUSLY 'PINTED.at the EXPRESS PRINT ERY, CABTELLA St., LILYDALE. THE CLYDESDALE STALLION PREMIER M'NAB...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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ROYAL BLACKMAIL. KAISER'S SON TAKES WAR LEVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

ROYAL BLACKMAIL. KAISER'S SON TAKES WAR LEVY. What a German occupation means is vividly described by Mr. G. Ward Price in the "Daily Mail." "At Epernay," he writes, " the mayor is M. Pol-Roger, the champagne merchant. Direcily the Germans entered the town on the 4th September, after bombard ing it to the extent of about 50 shells, which caused some damage and set several parts of the town alight, they went straight to the town hall and arested him, together with Maitre Per suit, his deputy, and two municipal councillors. They were all confined in the town hall, under the close guard of armed sentries, for 30 hours, as host ages, while the Germans were billet ing their troops in the town. It was the Prussian Guard that occupied Epor nay, tinder General Baron von Pleren berg. There were infantry, cavalry, artillery, and pioneers, but since a num ber of the troops were spread about in the villages all round Epernay it is difficult to come by any estimate of their total number. "The pos...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR LILYDALE. REPORT TO BE OBTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

L ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR LILYDALE. " REPORT TO BE OBTAINED. At the meeting of the Lillydale Shire Council on Monday. the sche?e f)r 1'gliting Lily.eac by eloc tricity wu ,.rl:er d scuse:l1. Cr Hughes mnoe:l that the counc'l call for appl:ca i us from cam;e'.eni rersons to report on the best mIcans of procuring an electric supply for Lilydale at a fee not exceeding L20. Cr Town, in seconding thle motion, suggested that alternative reports shoueld be obtained, as it was de sirable to use the water power if possible. Cr Hughes said that the Water Trust had made its annual .inspec tion of the water race recently, and he did not think there would be enough water in t?.~ creek to supply water power for the sci3me. ' This being so, - he would oppose any scheme t1tat would take water from the town. However, this could be reported upon at the same time. .The motion was carried.

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LILYDALE LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

LILYDALE LITERARY -.AND SOCIAL CLUB. SPECI L2 31EETINCT A meeting of the above .was held in the club rooms on Friday night last, to: discuss several notices of motipon given at.t the annual meeting Enie previous fortniglt. There was,. a fair kattendance, the President (Dr A. E. Syme) occupying the chair. M embei-ship fore Boys. Dr R." E. Short moved' that the age limit for members- be reduced from 18 to 16b years.. He said that there was nothing. to object to in the-club -foir boys-no gambling . or drinking,- and there was no reason why. they should not become mem bers. There were a number of young fellows in the town who wiould like to join,. and who would be a benefit to the club.-Ths motion was seconded by M~r T. Simpson. : The general opinion of "members was that the reduction of age limit would be an advantage, and the motion was carried unanimously. Sliicrease l Charge for B.11'ards, Dr Short- moved that the charge I for billiards be incrcased to Gd. for 50 and Is. for 100. Th...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMON WEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

NEW INVENTION.S 1i1i1UN 11 WEiAL'Tl. PATBNTS. - pplictatiois..for grant of letters pat enit; , which have been: lodgedi in the followmng names, have been' accepted b.y-the L'ommuSSloner.: - Messrs U. G. Turri and Co.; pat--I -nt attorneys No. 1, of Australia, or the itialto, 43) UCollins Street, Mel bourne, have prepared this report from the official records: Joints for .1'ils.-'How simplo it is to nmake .money by. nventons is shown by the following successful notion. To ]oin two timbers ther is driven over the bottom a sleeve which has a central diaphragm. A *dowel pin is driven through this cen tre. The upper pile is .now driven down on the pmin; and the sleeve se cured by brats. 'MAr; W. A. McDear mid, Florida, U.S.A. Water Cooled bate.-A safe has sides with hessian kept moist, and through wiuch air passes to cool the food. The invention is a successful one, and is due- to the .ingenuty of Mr. A. S. Rawling, of N.S:W.. Curing Concrete Pipes.-A simple idea is in this case effectiv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME INTERESTS. AFTERNOON SCONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

HOME INTERESTS. AFTERNOON SCONES. Mix three teacupsful of flour with a 1 teasgoonful of salt, % teaspoonful of cream of tartar, and the same of baking soda with the lumps pressed out. 1?to these ingredients crumble in a des sertspoonful of water. Mix a teaspoon ful of syrup with x breakfastcdpful of buttermilk, and moisten the whole to a scone dough. Turn out and work a little, and, after rolling out, cut into small rounds. Bake in a rather quick oven for from five to seven minutes. TIMBALE. A quarter of a pound of marconi, two tablespoonsful of breadcrumbs, a little chopped parsley, pepper, and salt, 1. lb. of minced meat (cooked), one egg. \Vash the marconi, and boil in a pan till tender. Mix the other ingredients together in a bowl, and bind together with a beaten egg. Grease a oasin well, and line it with the stewed mar coni, fill it with the mixture, and cover it with a greased paper, and steam it for about three-quarters of an hour. Turn out on a hot dish, and serve with white...

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HEIFERS NEED CAREFUL MILKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

HIEIFERS NEED CAREFUL MILKERS. Mairy young heifers are absolutely ruined by care!ess or rough milkers during the first week of the milking period.. Throngh bad treatment, they get a bad repuotation as poor milkers, while the fault lies entirely with those. who handle them. .A good milker is probably a greater rarity than a good cow. The cow is a sensitive creattire and requires to be handled in a gentle manner. No vortion of her body is more sensitive than her udder, It is a great relief to the cow to have her distended udder relieved of the milk there is in it, out she expects it to be drawn qu:ckly and gently, not un necessary tugging at the teats, but by a gentle rapid pressure, and with a downward movement of the fingers. As a rule, with her first calf the cow's udder is swollen and tender, the skin distended and.very sensitive. It is addvisahle to -wsh the bag and teats with warm water and wipe dry and ap ply vaseline after milking. With cliean cows and clean cowsheds, the next...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") I'or many years Caulfield has pro vided the programme for Melbourne racegoers on Boxing Day. The meet ing has never aspired to be of more than local interest, though the prize money for competition has from time to ttime been so increased that it now reaches a very substantial sum. In the present circumstances, 'tis scarcely likely that any further addi tion will be made to tile stakes. The club will do very well if the manage ment can- contrive to keep up the present standard for the present. The chief event now in the Boxing Day programme is the Hopetoun Cup, so named out of compliment to one of our first and perhaps most popular governor generals. Class is but poorly represented in the field, but none .the less we may expect a good contest. The handicap per did not find it necessary to go very high with the weights, and thus owners, as far as can be seen, have little cause for complaint. Sir Solo, ran a fair race in the Melbourne, and hero the comp...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

F1 EE kULES FOP, FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for something unow, which, however simploe it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasure-rcduce waste. People who handle things in every day, use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrov. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to ph tenting in the (!ief countries,-then secure your .own legal moniopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious nriend has produced "a clever invention plut him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors:. AIr. F. Townmedd, an editor, says of the "inventors' Guide," "1 am re commending, it strongly to friends. Uest of the kind I ..ave seen. '?It shoulhi do a lot of good. ItLis an..incentive telling him where he can obthin the "in ventors' Guide." ' 3. For yourself. obtaini this book,...

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HE LAUGHS BEST—. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

HE LAUGHS BEST-. Paddy has a great power of enjoy ment after all. One lay as he was walking he saw a bull attack a man, and he had to hold his sides with both hands, the scene was so funny. After a time the animal turned his attention to him, and poor Pat, after exploring the upper regions, came down with a bump on the other side of the fence. lie rubbed his wounds, as he said to himself: "Faith, I'm glad I had my laugh when I did, or I wouldn't have had it at all."

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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLYL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

,ILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL.:j II.Tu- ---- SMONSTLY MEETING. --toionlC mc eting of t'e above Slas lild in thae Shire Hall, ,?lc on MondJay last. .R.esent * wal;rc (president), Rouget, Url'. 31'Clie, Town, Hughes. COMEljj;SPONDENCE. P',ublic Works departmnent, B ,il coouncil's assistance iirl p m''-iCnt fcr unemployed H war and droughlt.-It -was d out bv Cr Hglghes that'the 3 cilwa ding work to t he value n thousartds of poiunds auth. ? .l i the Country Roadi Bek ard, he muvlJ that a reply'1 seu'nt tile council was doirng all that be IJexptcd in tlie direction ,ted .-.-condcd by Cr P'Grhee ri rol Salle. stating thrlit thcre is' 1. 0to -rrant couscut to con a the house oTe -W.. S Wil, of Ai derson's Creek road: othe cuncils electric supply uet at Ritgwood, as it is 'out Sithe a.i. of the councials. or ission had been gran'ed to ereAt a et.. in the municipality of jtplLtowc f r the purpose of sup Ir 31r Williams with electricity. 'p. olved, oin the motion of Crs ?l';hi a'i' Town,. thar.t Mr...

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RUNNING NO RISK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

i{UNNING NO RISK. One gloainy day a young countryman went to a dentist to have a tooth ex tracted. Seeing the patient's obvious nervousness, the dentist enquired, "Would you like gas?" ' "Would I like gas. Of course i'd like gas. "Do you think I am going to have you pulling at my teeth in the dark P"

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TREATMENT OF WIRE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

TREATMENT OF WIRE CUTS. There are many valuable horses cut on barbed wire crery year, and it is well for the farmer to know just how to treat these injuries. If the cut has simply been through the skin all that will be necessary is to wash it clean, with strong carbolic acid water `afteif afte ays. i-t:?litie muscles - the neck-or limbs have been severed so that the wound hangs open, the first thing to do is to stop the flow of blood. This fan be done by tying a tight bandage If clean white muslin over the wound. Of course if an artery has been cut, it must be tied. Aftei blood has stopped flowing, re move bandage and wash away all clot ted blood with an antiseptic made by dropping a few drops -of carbolic acid. in a pint of .water. 'After the wound is cleansed, the flesh may be sewed to gether, leaving iL open enough for all matter to run rut., If the wound is annointed with crude carbolic acid once or twice a week; no proud flesh will grow, and flies will be kept away. A cut in th...

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CHEESE MAKING AND THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

CHEESE MAKING AND THE SOIL. It is becoming more and minore known to cheese makers that the soil has a very great deal to do with the kind and quality of the cheese made (says Mr Primrose McConnell in "The Dairy"). The skill of the cheese maker is, of course, of the most im portance, and a good maker will pro duce good material under adverse cir cumstances; but, on the other hand, if the soil is one suitable for the purpose, it is more easy to do good work than in a converse case. A curious fact is often met with in the best quality soils, and that ;s, soils which grow the biggest crops are not those which nat urally produce the finest cheese, but that often seco id-rate soils niake a much better quality where an equal amount of skill is exercised in both cases. The bcst l;w-lying pastures, for instance, which yield floods of milk, (and where the grass grows quite as well as elsewhere), very often do not suit as the land which is comparatively poor up on the hill sides. It is found t...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") If the rain has come too late to be of much benefit this season, it puts heart into us by reason of the indica tion it gives that droughts are not per petual; and the breaks in the weather coming in December may be taken as a good augury for next season. There is thus an inducement to put our best foot forward in the way of prepara tions. Appropriately enough comes an article in the current issue of the "Journal of Victoria," in which Mr. A. E. V. Richardson, M.A., B.Sc., agri cultural superintendent, under the heading, "Wheat and the War," deals with Australia's opportunity in satis fying the demands in Europe for food stuffs and particularly for wheat. After setting out at length the effects of the war upon production and prices, he says: "An era of high prices for wheat is likely to be ushered in-prices which must prove highly remunerative to the wheat grower. What, then, should Australia do to make the most of these high prices and to safeguard...

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WOULD HE EXCHANGE PLACES? [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

WOULD HE EXCHANGE PLACES? Farming, like many other ocupations looks like the best job on earth to the man worrying over some other busi ness. We recently overheard a well dressed man, evidently a city business man, remark that farming was one of the best paying occupations at the present day, and that farmers were making money faster than ever before, and faster than rwen engaged in other forms of work. He looked only at the prices which he lad to pay for farm products, forgetting entirely that the cost of production, and the cost of marketing, the two main considerations in the business of farming, have in creased by leaps :nd bounds during the past few years. Just let our city friend stop and compare the differ ence between ruling farm wages at present, and those obtaining a few years ago, and :et him also calculate, as he does in his own business, the amount of capital required to equip a farm. They all say that the highest returns come from a well-equipped farm, and so they do, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

WWDELIGH METAL CEILINGS Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends foc 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. .. . Xhe WtNDEEUIEO P.ATENT CEILINGZ R BOOFING Co. Lict 123 QueOn Stroec, Molboerne. For Confipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, IndigeStion. A D ifu I Family M i ---oo- -00, - Advertise your C-hristmas., Goods in this paper. It will pay. LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL' BUTCHERS, MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Mutton, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small. Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always on hand. .Customers waited upon daily anid orders promptly attncded to. Accommodation Houses Specially Catered For. An .Up-to-date .COOLING CHAMBER is attached to the premises to cope .with the hot we...

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WHERE GERMANY HAS FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

WIuERE GERItANy hAS FAILED. .By \V. If. chett. )r of .Dr. Fitehl, tle, ]ubl,lýi u.ret iL •l ii ealrti lis, bi the e ealtlt of lie Ci . ! " ..l . IItIl. ilble for 1the war'i t lo t trl l ,rrestedi it :Lt ?its ir u l ,r It could stopi t the sietruii l, iiad it it h b *Iut iS the Wea:l ý of 11i were t, renal,.: a t h' e of trs t . ih ,,Ii is Wlghtil i, is irdt i Thie whole issu e ro te Io trin? [i Id liiin thie 'fortunes of (,,'r,,,, ,. a(nd I e logic of events , t (Ieriiaiu is o hows tty n utrring that. df1 nine c .leri . 't?s? ullhll V it n hne. ýu1 g re ate r 1 "s , tau n t i iiav i r tlt er any. of the otlher l , .. 'r, th.li tlings iake this certain. " ft that: it is lighting ois tw..,"i its nmethcl t of tttt:tkits ill ,,,,,. "n: solid iiasis nd tie, inv of its leaders to lh I uli? t iit the rank flud, lile- all helpi iake this certain. Mr ilil.i? I_.b 100 estimnates tihat the ('eriliari iu. los alone have lost 1.73.li a. iin killed. vouinded, ild /n s - :L atie of lIoss cxceedin ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age PUBR AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAG fiN/Ef Pure French Grape B. RAN Y ogna The Original House of A DSTEWART, Edinburgh t T a8Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWA9TS! " Wi LIVE STUOCK, INSUR ANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS P'IROMPTLY PAID, ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. DAL ,ETY '. CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. MC E. ILLER AND CO.. FURNITURE REMOVERS & STORERS, * 317 COLLINS STREET, glELB OU C. 'Phonoe 9278-9279. Large number Vans constantly travelling country; we want back loading. Write us. If railing, consign to us, Spencer Street, and advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at current rates. VANS RETURNINU At Early Dates -FROM Bendigo, Castlemaine, Heathcote, Maryborough, Maldon, Alexandra, Yea, Euroa, Echuca, -!calesvillc, Geeiong, Ballara...

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WHITHER SHALL THE YOUNG MAN GO? (Canadian "Farmer's Advocate") [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914

WHITHER SHALL THE YOUNG MAN GO? (Canadian "'Farmer's Advocate") So much has-been said on the young mei leaving the farm for the city that it would almost seem as if they should all stay on the farm. Now, I think as Robbie Burns says: "0 wad some power the giftie gi'o us, to see our selves as others see us," and it would prevent many grevious mistakes on the part of young men choosing their life's occupation. In setting out, let him take a retrospective view of what his capabilities are and what he is adapted for, then choose accordingly. A Glad stone should not spend his life behind the plough, nor a Lincoln splitting rails, yet there are so many misfits in the professions and the different occu pations of life that point directly to a wrong choice. It is the case of a round tenant to fit a square mortis. If we look round at the men who have left the farm for the city we find some occupying and filling with satisfaction, the highest and noblest position in the world, others filling ...

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