ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Lilydale Express And Yarra Glen, W... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,208 items from Lilydale Express And Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville And Ringwood Chronicle, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,208 results
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

.:Practical Boot and Shoe Maker YARRA JUNCTION: Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. All work done on pren ises at lowest prices compatible with good material and workmanship. W D,- _U- TALuLfI Enable you to finish a room with' char acter.. Their beauty of design and r workmanship has made friends fo; 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. Tlo WUNDEMLIGH PATN. T CQING 8 & BOOING Co. Ltd 123 Queen Street, Melbotzue. For Conftipation, Biliousness, WBad Breath, Headache,- Indigestion. Ddeighful Famil Medine -'. LILYDALE BUTCHERING C-OO: S .WHOLESALE AND RETAILIL BUTCHERS, - - ". ?i ..... r - -. MAIN STREET; LILYDALE. Primest Beefj Mlutton, Corned Beef, pork and Torngues always obtin -able at Bedrock Prices; Small. Goods a Speciality. ';?AVE HILL .BACON and CHEESE always ,,n iliand ':. ;.; Customers waited upon: daily...

NATIONAL APPLE DAY. ENCOURAGIN FRUIT CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

NATIONAL APPLE DAY. JENOUUtAGIN 'lRUI' COIUN~SUMP TION. One of the happiest ideas that have come to us ironsl Aulerican fruitgrowers (says the ."Journal", is that, of a f1auonal Apple Day, the object being to bring betoro the great communities .i city consuniers, in the most attrac twle manlner possible, the virtues ot the apple, not only as a choice item ox dessert, but as a valuable, everyday article of diet. The idea could be copied with distinct advantage in this country. As the National Apple Day would be primarily a great advertising campaign, on bonalf or the king or .ruis, thoe schyme would require to be designed on a generlous scale, and in a manner which would appeal to the greateost nunlber of consumners. It may be rather aLiimbitous to adopt one American Ieature---the free distribu- tion of apple pies (special machinery at the Spokane National Apple bliow turn ed out these pies at a rate of 22350 per hour). However, it would certainly pay well to give choice apples tor s...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

. SHIRE OF LILL"YDALE TENDERS will býtli evied b3-Mte t.. i.Li 3 -c'lockp..i:.'in:. on . f nday,tir inst, for the following' wbrks :--. 3 /1-1 -10 chailis met ~ const?'.ot-t , in; Queen's R? Wand _ A dcposit . of 5001o of tihe timoiiiit i iltash I o baik cieqlii xmusF laccom pany eachl tender [The lowest or any tender (ot. n"c cssarily iaccOIpt cd S ecific t ions at, this office. .. HAMlILTON SINCI ' i ,i Shire S.:e SShife Hall, Liliy tlI .4/2/14 1 . Shire of Upper: Yarra. NOTICE of INTENTION ITO I'ORROW ti-e SUM of :'IRIREE:' THOUSAND, :'I : HUNDRED I.OUNDS F?ORtPERlIMAhENI::; .WORKS find: U N ?E:RTAXI:-I t;GR TH1BE- SHI-nRE OP UPPE- YRA ': TAKE NOTICE 5 llat t~' ie C'uc:l of the Shine of Upper Yarra Frr poses to borrow on t?;i cred'i cf ;tI.e Vrcsidst, Ont., C ill;r anAd 1R do a, ers of the said Slilo, the sum of Three thiousand six ihundel c pounds (£3600), such sum to be? raisel. by the issue of debenturcs ini accord ance with the provisions of .p:ri. 14 of the Local CGov:ernmea...

CANADIAN FISHERIES. EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

C;'ANADIAN' FISHERIES. EXT.RAORDINAItY ACYLDLNT Ai? extoraorinary codition, ?,gard ing, the o.3r-riish ,:otumbia Satin "i.- t.;-1 erits, whioi may seriously afflCt' :iL f?iture of the canning trade, has.roceut ly ben 'reported to the Fisheries Dc partmeneaJ at Ottawa. . In btiditng trheir-British' .Columbiit linoe -lbeJg the: preeipitous blnks' of the lFraser ikiver, t-he Canadiari Northern railway, is re ported .to have ' blasted enorm:,us qutantities of rock into the :fimontus salmon -river.; These masses of' ruck .have . so. deflected the current tLhat when a big "run" occurs, they are unable, to pass: the obstaolo, an.d i o consequently prevented from reaoh ing their" spawning grounds. 'I'his year. there was a big "run'.' and it is 'stated that wijen the salmon reached these dams, they were unualki to-go on 'and millions tunlned back and died without spawning. The results wilL probably be serious, as a big run. occurs every.four years, when tlere is an increase of three and foul...

FAITH HEALTING AND CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

FAITH HEALING AND CANGER.. * Remarkable evidence, shuwilng how a victim of oancer died iii great agonyi while receiving Ujllristlan Science "treatment" lornl aI womlan who ad nutted tihat she wais absolutely devoid of mudical klnowlledge, was given at the Westtminster's Coroner's Court at an inquest on Mi.ss Eva Lucy lBolden. Miss Holden, who was 51 years old, had been a sufferer lromn cancer for somue years, and had been told that an operation was necessary. She refused to have an operation, and abotut two years ago, he became a Christian scemntist. Miss Alico P'ayne, a friend, deselib ed how a Mrs Do:nldson, aL Christian Science practitioner, "treated" Miss Holden by pray'er. Mrs Donaldson said that she first met Miss Holden two years and three month ago, when Miss Holden came to her and said that she had read Chris tian Science books, and wanted to have Christian SOeniee treatment. "Have you haid aniy experience of medicine?" the coroner asked. "No, I have had no medical train , ...

Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

CIurcli Services. SUNDAY -NEXT. - Church of England. - Lilydj:!i a.m., Holy Communion. -11 a.m. and:- 7 p.m.: .. -Rev. T. TH Rush. - ':.- - Roman- Catholicd. Lilydale-10 :.m.,- 1Mass:. Rev:. A. .E.. Hennessy.

QUAINT TENURES. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

JUAINT TENURES. The kings aind plrnccs of England seem to lhive delglitLd to aluseo Lilut slvois by thoe (tCvsiLg of tenures lot" tlhoIf peIrsonal 1pt(,iot) ,pleasure, and tUs?'lllucut?. b.oulllu t1 lleir nature (I\'riLCes 'ul twlltliclun In UVho "UOlt t jIn)rary it?LY\ew"') aie such as to bo unr)j'InLLtlle I lin o th e LlIILIULet Century f'res.i; these quickly calum to be colm IIutuilt LO it mlllluey p);ayIIllt'. Other10s, iganlll, at posiLIvely ;Iazlug in th h VarCiey and Iaturo of the eLtu1,L011s by ulil;ch they were to be held. For' instanco, the Lordsllp of 1ulres. In Essex, was1 hoeld' by ton sergeantry of scaluihtg tito K?i?g' hIteg.,; UCareton, li ANuOttlgtualt, by 0t1u s.rv'o( 01 0110o caLapd~ t ui thLe ystar to all services; two lorml at (.uarl-uat.,, \ oilr? iro,[ b. the ?1 e 'Olc t j" llltl lulg, t1l1e u 1'1gbt halld glout , and tlho oJ11er 1 Jeltt 111 ?(Ai gluvo, tn111 wholo 0o thoe \Manor of CIalcoUto was held by I lumpolrcy 10 chohilln by virtuo of Inclg Lord High Clo...

Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6th 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

I me its c annot be? serte- nla s, . paid for in the usual wa ? Atteitioin is directed, to the re vised ??dvertiseflie.it in- this _:issue of -the- .Irwell Scholol of Music, Chuic-h Street, Lilydale: which. re ope?is :for the new:?year on' Monday next, wti? a competent staff of tea chers. The :Methlodist Militay Chaplain will preach in.tbhr Lilydale church' on Sundqy nef t at:11am: Se ial. music f.li lydcule Social Club is !now an established institution -of- muc?h asefuliness" :In thi. lAa. it is an nounced- th at y lecturel orn 'A`ustralia' will be given by -the R?y Jas. Lowe on Tuesday -evening next; also thai a criblijige tournament wiil le com -meaced on. WdnesCay evening next The.billiard tournament in' course of ,progress is causing .'a- deal of- inte rest, .an-d soen good games have' been ivitnessed - M.r J. Moroney has been appointed assistant secretary:" and MIr 0 B.. W'jlsoiL secretary of the literary irrangements. - On the whole, matters are very promising,. the membersl...

GRAZING AREA LESSEES AND THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE FORESTS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

GRAZING AREA LESSEES AND THE t DEPARTMENT OF STATE FORESTS. 1 To the Editor. Sir,-In the report of the Department of State Forests presented to' Parlia mecnt in the session of 1912 the follow ing passage occurs: "The work of administratibn points .a to the necessity for still further powers, and these may be asked' for in .the near future. - "At present applicants for forest a produce on certain areas have to 'deal with two Departments, a state of things which is. cumbersome' and unnecessary. i This and other matters can be reme- d died by legislation." - P In' the report for last year, 1913, the o following appears:- 0 ''As stated in last year's report the work of administration points to the a necessity for further legislation to strengthen the hands of the Depart- C nrent, and to make clear certain mat ters which at-present are not too'plain. r' Careful note ' has' been taken of in stances where the present .Acts fall i short of the full requirements,' and the drafting ofa short ...

SILVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

SI LVAN. A.N.A. Night at Silvan was enliven ed by Miss Ethel Benson and her friends from Melbourne, giving a musical and elocutionary evening at the Mechanics' Hall. Miss Ethel Benson, in her solo, "The Pipes of Pan," captivated the audience, and an encore was demanded, the singer responding by singing, "I May or May Not."' Mrs. Oliver Gyles, in her rendering of "The Shooting Party" (from "Pickwick Papers"), and an. "Order for a Picture," gave her audience a great treat, and such good elocution is seldom heard. The solos, "Adieu, Marie," .and "The Sweetest Flower That Blows," were rendered ar tistically by Mr. Ernest Hocking, his pure tone and easy presence, giving alded charm to his songs. "Who'll Buy My Lavender," was well sung by Mrs. Dickens. The duets by Mrs. Ben son and Mr. Hocking were greatly en joyed. A new feature of the concert was the performance of six little folk, all under the age of. ten years. Their items showed exceptional talent. The following programme was given ...

LILYDALE SHIRE. SOUTH-WESTERN RIDING IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

LILYDALE SHIRE. !g Id SOUTH-WESTERN RIDING IM a- PROVEIVIENTS. The following estimate of cost of per Smanent works and undertakings pro i- posed to be contributed cmfwypepta Z- posed to be constructed or undertaken by the Shire of Lilydale, out of the pro Y ceeds of moneys to be borrowed upon ;.the security of the Municipal Fund, was dealt with at the Council meeting on Monday week last: York Road to Settlement Road, six chains clearing and forming, £50; Her ford Road, 5 chains loam and culvert, e £15; end of Birmingham Road, 3 chains metal, £21; Cambridge Road, %-mile formation and clearing, £35; Cardigan n formation and clearing, £35; Cambridge Road, 7 chaiiis metal, £49; Cardigan D Road, clear 4 feet wider and form, £20; Liverpool Road, 5 chains metal, £56; Canterbury Road, 1 mile clear and form, £50; Canterbury Road, 9 chains metal (Connelley's), £63; Canterbury Road, 7 chains metal (Miller's), £49; Bayswater Road, 3 chains metal at Raffcerty's cor ner, £21; Wonga Park, Red Gate...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

_ . . . . NEW YEAR GREETINGS, AND A HEARTY INVITATION TO DO THE SHOPPING FOR 1914, AT THE BIGGEST, BUSIEST & BEST DRAPERY STORE in the D strict. J T. PHILLIPS, DRAPER - MAIN STREET I LILYDALE. "1 BUY LOCALLY. SAVE TIME.. SAVE- s. d. DR-, ESS ,MATERIALS ~---- .A.Nice Selection of -NEWEST DRlSS FABRICS. In Sinartest Sllhades. -. At Loi'west Prices o?1taiiinle ii 'the : State. A 3 eauitifiUl Range ;of SbLOUSES IThh\IMI.NuS, LACES, Etc Etc _ A L \VALUL IN MtLINERY TRIMMING, ---- ETC. - All the most becoming new shapes, colors and ideas are nowV showing; itii:ithis Departmnent. It pi ,vides in the fullest 'di riee tlle Latest,.Styles.at very Reduced -Prices. SSPECIAL VALUE IN HOSIERY & GLOVES -----0----- A LARGE STOCK OF .BOOTS SHOES Ifi all the Best and Most.Up-to - Date Shapes aiid Styles Available. " . -- SPECIAL PRICES. We only .ask YOU to visit us. -The Variety and Valie. will make youifriendls arid customers foi ever. - ." :. _ " ____ INSPEC"PI'iONNVITED. Post si om...

POULTRY YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

-. POULTRY YARD. ;A oareful-, poultiy-leeper will go into the-.fowl-house 'now and then in the evening, to see the b.rds.arie .alFiglif, as their exact condition can b< . ob served when on the porch. - Should any bird be breathing hard," a tea spoonsul olf- warmed glycerine, follow ed. by one of salad oil,.should be given at once, as this treatment will ease in a short time; then give two roup pills, and on an average, fifteen birds out of every twenty will be well in from 'three to seven days, if treated when the first symptoms appear. Should the rattling in the throat be very severe, and the breathing hard, the flesh over the lungs should be pain ted with tincture of arnica., I For. the man who goes in solely.for .eggs, a forcing system of feeding is all right, but m1 is bound .to be detri mental to breeding stock, and this. is \why. pullets, intended for 'breedinig purposes, should not be given quanti ties of nourishing soft food. . If they* are, it almost certain that...

TREATMENT OF ENGLISH ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

TREATMENT OF ENGLISH ORCHARDS. According to the statistics published (sayb ton Mark Lane Express) there were in England last year 244,h3I1 acres classed as orchards. We are sorry to say we cannot say of "cultivateU orchards, because -the mistaken deal soems to have prevailed to a great cx tlatl orchards and pasture. can get along airight wiLhouL antecntln or as sistance; that kind. Nature ,has en dowed them ,with the power of con tinuing to extract nourishment from a soil sucked dry by means of crop ping. The result of such a paradox is visible in. the poverty s-ricken coll dition of many orchards and pastures. It is plea;?a, to record that a change for the better is gradually taking place. It is being recognised that when fruit trees of a good edass are grown, ad slirayed and. pruned, orch ards becomeo a ource of profit not to be despised. It is essential that the trees, if expected to produce abund ant crops of good fruit, should be st!p pl,ied with nourishment, to compcu -.,:to t...

OVERCLAD SCHOOL-CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

OVIRCLAD SCHOOL-CHILDREN. SDr Douglas, the Goverinment inspec-, toi for schools in Modrayshirei has brought to light astonishing details of lbw some school ohildren-in the North of Scotland are almost smothered by' the. amount of clothes they are,com pelled to wear (.says .the "Evening ,Standar'd"). Dr :Duglas states that he found 72 per cenit of-the children wearing such a mass of" olothes as to be really, dangerous to-lealth. ...The tcorst case in this,:respect was a girl who had eleven layers of clothing, an.d the teacher volunteered the information that there was an additional, overcoat in thoe cloak-room. Dr Dduglas a'so disoovered .that* many of the chilI?on slept in the garments they wore outstde.

A MONEY LENDER'S DODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

A MONEY LENDER'S DODGE. There is keen competition among the money-lenders of London. One of the latest phases of this rivalry' is the sending to a selected person Bank of England notes for a loan of £50 or more, without entering into any prc vous negotiations with the recipient. The money-lender is careful to seleot it good- mark for such an unsolicited loan. He takes the view that a per son w ho has the notes in his possession will find it hard to return them if he is in need of financial assistanoe, and he assumes that the recipient will be greatly impressed by the openhanded way in which the money-lender deals with his clients. An incident of this kind has led to a pleasant little comedy between the Htev ,diierbert Williams, of H-orsley-dbwn, . Bern:ondsey, and J. Miarsh Ltd,. mony l'ades., Mr Wil liains has specialiscd- in extricating young men.-:rrom the toils of money lenders, received a letter from J. Marsh, h Ltd., iinclosing £50 in notes as an unsolicited loai. - Mr William...

WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

INTERESTS „ ,,mbrosine.") . ta hall-mark the :.i sn olu thut, the u . ,llg t b con " j r' ". nsts. Hav . lI, a. u" bviuuso-1 I""" to i ot u . il lit Si.panidedl till we ii un an igr ulanly ..; ' ial, iu l d .*\ imC le *- is 1- a in eiuig, or to ,-" ', , ol a 11a our-glass. i i th r side ol the -;"""n .,u. r..sourceful to .. -. i.t l, which is : '.. i. fili ribbon, is - " iiic , utoins are 1**' [ i seu in les?s striking :,' *' ; , rlc. nhqa be used, ta. c siz.'. Cianges m :?, n vr sudden. Step i:::' -'! g away . cii owed its attrac L'.. , iiny oi cut , " b) ,i uTra 'riii, wlit clean f ..' s1 Ir'llel uorlor, anlu .. , ut c.iiry little buttona ' niLsti pronoullcecl S ' '. louserv d u i;. a iiaijority . Tils rcsua;La ' ' ii ii" into which , . r.ii ' y l1I1 suI .-i) ! lii .ili glan ls a ,.-..u.-. Broad y .. carr.ing or thI -", '.n, tk-I.t i~ in effect. "-'.'-;dl oi LJ he best, tlhc I; - ck, and tie ,;r celi, to waist, .r 'Luy ctt ie arly all t.h, . tu... . e 1 "VV Ii i'ack''i t uli "i ol...

OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Iusticus.") "This is a great country, but it is not used," saiu an American tile other day. He said it with an air of un covering- a fact of which Australians are not aware, and winch it would be well for them to know and to aot ac cordingiy. luere Is no gainsaying the accuracy- of his observation, and it ia probable that there are few Australians who think at all, who do not acia nowledge its truth. But to aot upon the knowledge is altogether a different matter. ncere is some progress to wards exhibiting more fully the im mense -resources of the country, but it is a painfully slow process. For the most part, we are not far in advance of- the lotos eating natives of the tro pics who are content to take the goods the gods 'provide in the shape of the fruit, fiish and flesh. Nature, with prodigal bounty furnishes, and let it go at that. True, we make some elfort, but to a very great ex tent, this country of unbounded pos sibility in the way of production is in a...

WELL WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

WELL VWORTnI .KNOWING. lie had only been married sl" imonths, but already wore a vworricd' look. An older friend: of his, . many years of -matrimiiOial experience bIhiid him, asked lhii :what troubled him. "\'ell, it's like this,"' he] answerod. "My wife is one ofthel best ., in_ the world, but I'm hanged if I canlget her to nmend my shirts.".': ::7. '" suppose," answered theo man experience; "you go tip to heir and ask her to imend a shirt for you when it needs repairing?" "Why, of course 1 do." "Aih, that's whore you make a mis take. Now, what I do is this. When I find that one of my shirts wants "mending I wave it about a bit, and say to my wife, 'This I hing's no good, where's the rag-bag?" " 'You're surely not going to throw that shirt away, are you ?" she will say. "Let me have a look at it.' " "She takes it, .gives one look .., it, and says, '\hat, throw it away because of that little hole?" And before 1 can say Jackr Robinson she give me the shirt back mended."

PROBABLY RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

PROBABLY RIGHT; They: ere discussing the North Am erioan Indian the" other day in a rurd school when the teacher asked if any one could tell'him what, the leaders were called. "Chief," answered a bright littlo girl at the head of the class. "GorrectV," hnswered the teacher. "Now can any of you: tell me what the women were called?" There was silence for a minute or two, then a small boy's hand was seen. waving aloft;' eager to reply. "Well Frankle?" asked the teacher. "Mischief 1" he proudly announced.

x
Loading...
x
x