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VALUE OF SALT LICKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
VALUE OF SALT LICKS. A grazier ini the north east of South Austral'a refers to the need of supply iiig-stock with salt, especia!ly in coas tial districts: Ho ,writes-: "'Cattle "and -horses -vhiclii are stall fed.:can be given a- ittile sal:t .rised with their food; or by ';-plabiing a lump of rook salt in their feeding -boxes, and for those at pasture. a few lumps of rock salt, or a -:mixture of salt, sulphate of- iron and clajr made into balls, can be: plac ed .about their camps and waterilg places. It a few pieces.of bone are placed. into the clay licks it induces them to take to. the lick very quickly. For slheep, the salt mixture must be placed in troughs, covered .to protecte from the wet. The size depends on the number -of. sheep which the trough Ias to supply. "We have troughs cut out of honey suckle. wood in use for -eight years, still as good as new. This wood is easily worked, light and plentiful. 'ihe roolFcan be a simple lean to, either bark or iron. The troiighs can be...
LILYDALE ROVERS v. WOORIYALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
LILYDALE RiOVERWS v '.W ORL YALLOOK Ihe aboie matih w'as concluded on .iSat'uiclay last, and resulted in Svwii, foi,, Woori V'allock by 5. wic k'ets ?a:id . rt'ls.- Scores: Lilydale ?rRovers. ; ' leiti. c Rea?il,' b Doulthie .. 8 A. IH: Selire, c:;Sta;, S b Douthie : 21 !1 Seb re; 1)bStali. __. . 17 .at.i v40s, OclknlU, i Qtl ra?.lt , ;.0 F'raser,. stumped ..... ..11 Mrorris, c A:llsop b ead .. 20 Holier, run out . .. .. . 2 Arnott, b Read ... :.. ... 3 Iodgecs, not out 2... - ..... 2 Beavis, c Staf, b' AllIsop ... 18 Suiidries... .. .. ;... G Total . ... - .. 128 Bowling.--Sitat, 3 for 56 ;;hRead, 3 for 24; Douthie,. 2 : Afor 27; -All sop,Jl for 15. Second Innings. A. H. Sebi? e, Staff, b T¶es... 1 A. Sebire, .c mand. b Read ... 2 Stephens, c Staff, b iRead ... 3 Armnstrong, c Al!sop, b Teese... 0 Sleetlh, b- "cose .. .. .... 9 i\orris, c Read, li. Teese ... 2 HI1olterc -not out ... 17 -viot, c Staff,- b Teese 0 Beaviis, c Read, b Teese 6 HIodges; lbw, b Teese ... ... 15 Frascr, ab...
COLDSTREAM v. WANDIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
ScOLDSTRIEAM- v. ?WANDIN. The abbve :inmat'cll was :concluded on Saturdlay last, .:Coldstreanm win ning, by; an innings -bnc' . runs. Scores : .. 'Coldstream,. W. 'owi, c aitishellmp.i e b lraks 58 r. ~lclden, cn I-I.ayes, ab .'. Rlus sell... -;.. .. -- . . ... 36 C. lfdaden, c Ovstp bi . b Rhis sell.. . .... .. " ... ... - 15 Q. Fisken, bI Hayes .;. .0 D. Madden, b" Hayes ... .0 J. Donleav'y, c Hayes,.- b T.; . Tissell . 1..6..' ... . R. Blowie, b iHayes," .i 14 D :Maloney), c- Laudei b Hayes 3. S h1fri.rty, C Lauder b' Hayes 0 B. IHay,-not out .1 " 8 tiiidries. . .. _ : c. ". 7 Total foi 9 wickets? 162 ohowling.-'Hayes, 6 foi 79 T. Russell, .3 fori 53.: . Ti; nc i n. -. W.,- TRussell; bl '?V ?addea .. 1 J. Mitchellinore,, uinn out 0... G.: .hissell b )Y: ??Iadden ... 5 , 1.T ussell; li Doiileavy. .'. 5 E. Oveirton; cýy b Donleaivy 8 1. -layes,-c" bl"lDoileavy .. 18 S':Overton, b .W ;adlden .. J3 I :IBlankslbv, b Donlahvy ... 1 J. -ail; cc, li o N?.adcein ... 0 G.idion not .on?. . ...
CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association SEVILLE v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
C CRICKET.. Lilydale ..and District Association SEVILLE v. LILY.DAL. The above matchl was boncluded on Saturday last, and resulte-- in a win for Seville by 57 runs on the first innings. Scores: Lilydale. X. Desch~ump, not out . .. 24 F6nton, b .Le Page 15. Ilorton; bliT. Paync ... 3. Bell, c 0. Hagd, bi Payne :. .3 .Allen, c Payne, b LePage .. 12c Noden, c and b C. Wallace 1...16 MIine, b LePage ... 1 Hutiton, c andl b C. Vallace .. 18 Eales,:b C,- W allace .. 0 Jerrums, b C. Wallace ... 0 F. Deschamp, run out ... 9 Sundries ,. 2 Total ...103 Bowling -LelPage, 3 for 33, V. Payne. 2 for 11l,-C.' Wallace " for 21. . .Second Innings .. .. 171 Seville. L. nead, b Hutton .. 40 LePage, b 1ell . ... 19 W.. Read, b Noden ... 2 W. Duck, c JCTrrums,; Noden, ... 19 N. Wallace, .not out. ' ;... 30 iv. Payne, lbw., b Noden .. 2 C. HInd, b Noden ... 20 IH. Stevens, std M~orton, b Hutton 1 C. Wallace, o Noden, j Hutton.... 1 J. Payne,. li Hutton ; ... 2 ' Sundries ..17 Tot?,l ...160 :Bowllwg. -Nod...
PIGS ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
PIGS ON THE FARM. The number of pigs thait may be grown on any farm, or rather, we might say, be grown to a profit, will depend very much o.i the liking the farmer has for this branch of live stock. If he is interested in their an, igemient they w-ill tnive, and large numbers can le kept, but if he Ihas no liking for pigs, and what he expects to get out of them is the only feature which attracts him, there will hardly be large :umbers grown and fatted on the farm, and his reputation as a pig breeder and grower will not be made. When a farmer starts keeping pigs with the idea of making them the most important of the animals he keeps on the farm, he should arrange his farm with that object in view, and stick to the arrangement. A pig farm cannot be put into shape for business at once, and it can only be made to produce the mfist profit -by, keeliing-regularly at it. Do not :keep too large' a number of. breeding sows;- although this is :a very common error: The productive cap acity of ...
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrosine.") A writer in the London "Queen" says: Long prior to that momentous day August 2, the result of which has con vulsed the whole world, the styles of autumn and winter mantles have been signed and sealed. To the dullest in telligences it must have then been ap parent that the simple circular cloaki was rapidly burning itself out. It was charming, but pur et simple, far too amenable to to cheap plagiarism to hope tor a continued career. And it has passed. The cloak movement, however, in general remains , as all may see for themselves by a survey of the early autumn models. Volumin osity is the salient note, more extreme in some instances than others, while a favorite expression is a full cape-like back, allied to moie shapely coat-like fronts. inI a word, our wraps are hy brids, neithcr just one thing or the other, but. withal of an elegance few will discount, and their variety in infi nite. A fact of particular interest at the moment is the assured success of...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXI. "WE WERE CHUMS." [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
THE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXI. " \VE WERE CHUMS." When Cis Deverel parted from Ida Duval, his manner might have been like ice, but his heart was on fire. He was disgusted to think that a woman whom he though unworthy of his love should have such power over him. It seemed a sign of weakness, not to be able to trample on an affection which he had tried to drag up by the roots. The touch of her little hand upon his arm made the blood tingle in his veins, though he walked by her side in stern silence.. Perhaps he might have relaxed -a little more, if he had been more sure of himself; but his heart had nearly burst. with indignation, when he caught Belgrave by the collar, and he was afraid of speaking one word lest be ".should say too much. Better to go away and leave her to think him cold and cruel, than stay and risk the dan ger of a tete-a-tete, and the after-peace of three lives. He had the unselfish courage to go, whilst a weaker man would have had the cowardice to stay, and ru...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
WELL4KUNOW TESTIFY TO Letter received from Nurse Catherine Korting, 176 Davis-street. North - Brunswick, 29/3/12; in which she claims Clements Tonic restored her daughter to health. Read each word: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "I am writing of the great good Clements Tonic did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and -run down. I purchased several bottles of Clements Tonic tz give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I could wish her before long. It is fourteen years ago that I first used C!ements Tonic, and in my profession as a nurse I have recommended that medicine times out of number. I have seen people re stored to health and strength, and BLESS THE DAY THEY HEARD OF CLEMENTS TONIC. That medicine has never failed to do good when given to any of my patients, or, indeed, anyone who has sought my advice. Use this as you think fit.' (Signed) i 7K A/t+ ...
POLICE COURT ROSTER. LILYDALE 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
POLICE COURT ROSTER. LILYDALE 19i15. Police Magistrate.-Januhiary 29; F ebrua.ry. 26; March 26, April 23,i \[Mny 21; June 18; July 16; Aig-' "iis 13;, -.September 10; October 8; November 5; December s, ' . Dr a E. Syme and Messrs T. B. Lithgow .and . T. E. Harrison,. J.'sIP.--January 15; February 5, 19i March 12; April 2, 16;:May 7, 28 Juno 11; July 2, 23; .Auguist 6, 27; Septembei 17; October 1, 22; No vember 12, 26; Decembor 17. il'cssrs J. Rouget, T. W. Simp son, and J. WVallace, J.'sP.--Jan unry 8, '22; Februarjy 12; March 55 .19;. April 9, 30 ; May 114; June 1. 25; July, .9, 30 ; August- 20; Sepl tember. 3, 24; October. 15, 29 ; No vcmber 19,; '.December 10, . 21. JNO. -ROBERTSON, Clerk of.P.etty Sessionis.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
To the 'Editor. Sir,- In rceadng .your piller. oi. Saturdav, I felt that I h.d niot lone .ri duty in assisting -to sup-' port it. anld you mnay count on me in future to not only subscribe, but to put. orders for printing iucl- a.d ,ver~.isements 'in your wafy. You have treatedl \the district generously, and its only fair of us to do ouir ihare. -Yours, etc., NE\W SUBSCRIBER. .Warburton. 22-12-11.
FATHER CHRISTMAS. VISITS LILYDALE. METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
FATHER CHRISTMAS. YI ITS LILYDALE. 31ETIIODIST CHURCH, 1Te advent of Father Christmas - 1erly looked.:-forwardl _ to lby eeildrcn of thle MIcthodist Church:. Thursday evening last, anml: d V number were present to greet' ti. h short programme of songs, theine, etc.. was given by thte or. and iFather Christmas put 1atU app2ar-nce about nins 5 clock; aociferously welcomed by the TLsters. After making a short 11h and expressing his .wish foi thapP? and prosperous ohliday SFather Chr'istmas proceeded Sldistribute the gifts from a, large tr Which Was installed in the clir seats to the children present. 14 this ceremony had 'been com IAed, thllre hearity cheers were hCl by the children, and aftei' ie Sluging of the National Ain i thle gathering dispersed.
SOCIAL EVENING AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
•SOCIAL EVENING AT LILYDALE. - - - - - -- - - •,'A very enjoyable evening wa;s spent at the Athenaeum Hall. Lilvdale. on Friday evening last, when the friends of M3iss Moroney and her pupils were ent.ci t.ined at a concert. -The pupils all acquitted themselves well. each one of thern playing with a great deal of tast. and expression, while some of the1 more advanced ones also showed good execution: The programme was varied by much alppreciated songs by three` little girls, Misses Frances Kelly; Eileen Ove end, and Margaret AThomas, tle accompaniments, in. each case, be -iig perfectly played .by Mi~ss. Mar gaiet Thomas,- showing . that this little .girl is a, born accompanist. This is a branclh ofpianoforte play-: inmo t hatA issi\l oroiey thinks es sential to a- general musical: educa. :tion,;, :aid is a? difficult bIutý: moost useful. .acomplishmimcit ; -:.l : ,M ~liistei --Jck 'inla.y, a..:sniall bpy: .of. 6,c-rquite delighted the audienace withl his song, "It's a I oig.i Way to l...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
'1UROllC OF ENGLAND. Tlle chidlre1 of St. Johlin's Su & 810aspdnt % v ery happy time n iurddq list. After tp f~Kli ho?l?s' a?tbetle11 outside and tea: un i ires, atller Christmas came oele ' to ca: rnLc[ was heatiily •lorl ed by the children, espec hIrfr Jhe had I .acgiven: thie tody tre e i branleC of the COristinas 0o al the childrenp . rent. Zi aie Jather WOhstrnai I ;. i. d o'er ever- w jhnst; iubbling ith good humor, and an'cbio aI the c?1 liyren rwer&,- -11 ? 1 ly 'could possibly b* .:
OUR LETTER BOX "GREETINGS TO YOU." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
OUR LETTER BOX '---00----- "GREETINGS TO YOU." j (To the Editor.) . Sir,-I have been a. reader of thi "Express" for many years, and nl - ways looked forward to the day of publication, but I must confess that I did not subscribe, but r?il it at the reading-room. Vour Mount. Evelyn correspondent has made me feel a bit ashamed, 'so .please, put me down as t, subscriber, :and I send, you six- months':.subscrintion in advance.--Votirs,: etc:,. - i : 1,. ... CONSCIENCE. TLi1dale. 21-12- 14.
EVELYN'S NEW MEMBER. CONGRATULATED BY LILYDALE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
EVELYN'S NEW MEMBER. CO.CRATULATED BY LILYDALE - COUNCIL. Beofore tlw ordinary business was entered upon. at the meeting of the Lilydale Shire Council on 1Monday, the piesident (Cr -Wallace) said he desired to extend the congratulations of the -council to Cr -Rouget ton his election to the Evelyn seat in sho Legislative" Assembly. Hie had known Cr Rouget from boyhood, and wvs quite' satisfied thait they lhad a member in whom they could place every confidence. Hle would with out doubt support every movement for the welfare of the community, the uplift of the masses, and the betterment of the country. They congratulated Cr rouget very. hear tily on hisle- etiours-acLknndJaw that ho would do Ins best in1the. niter ests of the constituenc3y He. hidl attended the meetings of the coun cil iegularly, takinig a leading palrt in its deliberations, and was pos: sessed of full information regarding the requirements. of the district, If he did right, he .would gain -the confidence of* the peopl...
APPRECIATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 December 1914
APPRECIATOR T. -4-- Mr F. R1. Klempson, who was re tatly transferred ornom the Lily t?, railway station oflice staff to rucumr-al, andl as a mark of ap ueciation of his uniform courtesy ;ad aiciemcy, presented with- _.a at his friend., hhis forwarded the ,ilouing letter to Mr J. W. Jones, isa organised the presentation : Tocunmwal. 21-12-11. Mr Jones, ad others,-I- wish to convey my hrL- thanks to llr Jones and "h?r residents of Lilydale who so Paerously subscribed towards the ltsentatiou that gave nie great. Ilhsure to be the recipient of last aturday, It is a present, that any it would bI proud of receiving, es .iall umnder the adverse condi ttD existing at present. It gives d every satisfaction t.o find that efforts in trying to please and ?cessfully perform my duties' be ITtO the ipo0p of Lilydale and Itfl rcbay department have been so a~tably acknowledged. This loc t and chain will help to keep ilydale fresh il my memory, and '1 allow inc to forget the numer 0 friends I lefit b...
HARD ON THE PREACHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 1 January 1915
1HARD ON THE PREACHER. A mother sent her little daughter to open the door and entertain the minis ter, Mr. Black, while she finished dress ing. When she appeared the little kitten ran in ahead of her, and the tiny maiden jumped up and down and screamed to the top of her voice: "Oh, Kitty. go out, quick." The mother was horrified, and said, "Daughter, what makes you act so?" " Well, mother, dad said last night 'that MIr. Black's sermons were enough to make a cat sick,' and I doa't want mine sick."
GERMAN WAR SURGERY. ANOTHER BUBBLE PRICKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 1 January 1915
GERMAN WAR SURGERY. ANOTHER BUBBLE PRICKED. Mr. S. Osborn (says the "Lancet" of September 12th) has been in charge of a Red Cross contingent in Belgium since tlyo comnmencement of the war. The following notes by one of his as sistants reached us on September 9th, from Brussels: "We have just returned to Brussels aftQr spending a week at Gembcpux treating German Casualities from the battlefields around Namur and Aizeau. During the period about 350 Germans passed through our hands, and alto gether we must have seen 1500 or more cases. At first some of the Germans refused to be treated by us, and as we were not allowed to help the wounded prisoners we had time on our hands in which to observe the German medical corps on active service. It cannot be said that their methods impressed us favorably. Among the cases that caume under us for assistance, wounds of the extremities were at least three times more common than in other parts, the upper extremity suffering equally with the lower. in...