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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WANDIN v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WANDIN v. LILYDALE. This match: was commenced on the Lilydale ground on Saturday last. . R. Tlorton was unfortunate in getting a severe blow on the eye from a rising ball, whicl is still troubling him, Scores: Lilydale. A. Deschamp, b' A. Overton "... 8 Fenton, c, b1 A. Overton ..; 11 iforton, lbw, b A. Overton ... 2 Bell, c, 1b T. Russell ... ... 16 Noden, b G-. Russell . . 6 S. Goode, f1, b 1T. Russell 28... 8 G. llilne, c, b T. Russell . 15 'Hutton, c, bi T. Russell. ... 4 F. Deschamp, c, L T." -Russell 9 Eales, got ut, .... ...: 20 Jerrams, bi W. Russell... I... 1 Sundries.., .. 1 Total .... ... .. 121 Bowling.--G. Russell, 1 for 26; A. Overton, -3 for 35; T. lussell, 5 for 29; W. Russell, 1 for 1. V.Bandin. T. Russell, lbiw, b Bell.. .. 28 E. Overton, not. out ... ...: 92 Sundries... . .... :... 15 Totol for 1 wicket :... 1$5

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

Public Notices.. TUESDAY, JAN. g9. YARRA GLEN CATTLE .SALE CAI-PBELL & :SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, ,'Melbourne) will hold their \usual Bi-monthly Sale. in" their yards at Yarr Glen -on - he above. date, when they will have 'forward tho usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRINGERS, EAT AND STORE COWS, Arid lines of DAIRY HEIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale. by CAMPBELL & SONS, IBOURKE STREET, MIELBOURNE. RIlT~GWOOID W'CLELLAND 6' CO STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, RINGWOOD Mr Alick M3'Clellan, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY 'MONDAY. ...Of... CATTLE, . HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, FURNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for Eur niture. ENTRIES INVIT.AD. £ S. D, Our ACCOUNTS for the. quarter ending Sept: 30th-have been ren dered, and a pronipt settlement, especially of those considerably overdue, is requested. W. G. PETTIT. INSURE AT ONCE SWITH T...

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FINANCE, DISTRESS, AND TAXATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

FINANCE, DISTRESS, AND TAXA TION. (To the Editor.) Sir,-In the short space of a few months with a new Government we are informed that with over a mil li,,n pounds deficit cn the last finan cial year it is necessary that fur ther taxation must be imposed up. on the people's earnings, viz., the 1iar on income, the tax on land, th2 probate Iluties, and much more to come, such as railway freights, pas senger fares; each, one and all, is to be raised ennrmously. Commerce and manufactures are suffering dreadfully, immense numbers of the working classes are destitute of em pl".ymenit, and nothing is spoken of but universal suffering. And yet the people have now to dig deeper into their pockets than ever for the treasury coffers. No apology what ever is made to the people by the Government-none whatever. Are they to, then, remain ignorant of the cause of this behaviour ? Sure ly not. These causes have been pry imperfectly explained even in the Parliamentary benches, among the members, many ...

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Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

rtlak 4"0 611111 FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. Dr' Shoirt notifies revised visiting hours for :tie pper Yarra district in this: issue.-' Our correspondent at Seville in adl-ertently indluded IMr S. Lord's namne in :-the ' ist of characters at the recent fancy .:diess - ball at Se .ville, .and we desire to correct- the error. The Lillyale- Slire has several impoi tiunt notices -?dvertised" in this .issue; includin~ g a, bg batch cf ten ders, retiirnaible.on..25th inst. It is hlopod: tl:e contracts will lib fully tehdered. for, and thus help to keep w:ork going :in he .district. ' Mri lred. Madison;, of the Col onial Bank- st?.ff a-it *"Lilydale, ha:s received notice of his promotion to the :position ,of ledger-keeper at thi froininton .biainclb.. pf the bank. Thei vacancy at; Lilyda.le will . be filled by. Mr -M?aiNn. from head of lice. .' movement .is on foot to hold an.autuin sho. iiin Lilydale offiruit flowers, and vegetables, and a meeting 'will be held in the -?Techa bite: Hall on W...

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

OUR LETTER BOX -00--o.--- Without necessarily indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may be intelligent ly and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for'publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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BOWLS. LILYDALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

BOWLS, LILYDALE CLUB. -The following is.the dtiw for the secopa round of the singles handi cap for. the- Tilson-Watt trophies: -Scott? v. Clements, Guthrie v, Stall worthy. Lowe v. Menzies:-.MIitchell v. x foilton. Pettit v. 'Wilson, jun.. Milne v. Robertson, Matthews v. Middleton, Eales v. Cathcart; to bie oumpleted b?y 305h. Januirry or for feited;. We would: :remilnd thoso niembers who- have not'"?-' et played in the first round of 'tli' Pairs ?an cdic4p (president's trophy), and also those w)Ji. have not played thelf first ?iound in . the "Champion?lip Touxuiament, that Ijoth? these rounds mustli be completed- by Saturday, the 2rd1 inst: or they w11 bl e fQifeited. E or.. Bonchial Cough's, ta1ko Yoods' Great Qeppeimuift '.Cue. L

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NEW I.O.R. LODGE. OPENED AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

NIW - .O.R.. LODGE. OPENED 'AT YARRA GLEN. Tnhe opening of a bsrach of .he I.O.R. Lodge t- t Yarra. Glen WAs cTrried out with marked success on Wedn'esday evening, 6th inst. Bro. Strfford, D.C.R., conducted the meeting, -and put the newly elected officers throughl their duties; after the iusual lodge proceedings were p'ut through, a; social evening was held in thVe .Victoria Hali, when all interested. in the dcause, inclu ding- .many,, Healesville friends, at fentively listened-.to.- ddresses gi ven by Bi-6. Stafford, _ D.CO.., Bro. J. R'ouget, M.L.A., and- 'Bro. Clark; of Healesville. -.Messrs Jenkins brothers rendered valuable assist ance fo the social .evening biy thleir sihiging, and the Glen folks are eagerly looking forward to their tturn ox so0m future oc'ahiona Bro. Clark W?s also loudly applauded *hlen 1he sang ':Work, Boys, Work." Miss Herbert acted as accompanist in -.her usual satisfactory manner. Supper was then provided by lady friends, after whiclh a few lours' dancin...

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YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

YARRA 'JUNCTION. The many friends of Mr and Mrs _Munday will be interested to learn from the attached report (abridged from the Ultima "Star!) that they are continuing the good work they did at Yarra Junction in their new sphere: Never have the children of UI tima been provided with such a treat, nor provided so worthy an enitertainment, as on Wednesday night, 23rd December. The M1ecan ics' Hall was appropriately decor ated with flags to show the patriot ism of the town, and a monster Christmas tree laden with gifts of various kinds, almost wholly pro vided by or through the good of fices of Mr and Mrs Munday, who tlent to no end of trouble to pro vide this splendid treat for the children. The evening was made bright and pleasant by the ren dering of a capable and appreciable concert programme wholly, contribu ted by the young folks, who had been trained by Mrs Munday, with the able assistance of Miss Anders. Cr Robt. Grey, of 3Meatian, occu pied the chair, and paid a high tribute t...

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WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

WONGA PARK. -Ir Sweetland, of the "Age"' of fice, favored the residents of Wonga Park, oi .Thursdayl evening, 7t.lhinst..; with his well-known lantern lec ture, "How a Great Newspaper is Produced." The lecture, whlich was .very interesting . and instructive, was much enjoyed by those pres eni, and the local school was well filled for the occasion. The com mittee wish to specially thank Mr Cowper for his kindness in pro viding- and operating the lantern. ~he lecture was. given- to raise funds to -purchase a Union Jack for the State school, and as a result -a nice sum \vas obtained, whicl will enable, the School Committee to purchase one. Great ýndighiation was felt by those present (and others) that the local hall could" not be obtaii?ed for the entertainment, on account of .the -caretaker ?having to go to town on business on that particular day. Surely the Hall Conimittee coiild make arrangements that, when the caretaker has to O- w?D"--onri bulncss,- the -public cauld lira the hall...

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UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. -./ MONTHLY. MEETING. The ordinal'y ino1it:hly .meehtifig of the above council was hleld in -tli Shire Hall, Yarra Junriiton, on i fon day last. Present:- Crs Blair (presi dent), Ewart, Buller, Spiers, Mlack ley, Lithgow, M'Owan, Aiken. CORRESPONDENCE. From Postal department, stating that the request for raising of the Yarra Junction post--office toofficial status will receive attention.-Re ceived. From Public Works department, notifying the allocation of the fol lowing grants for expenditure itr the Upper Yarra shire :-Revote: New bridge over Yarra at Yarra Doon, L100; metalling Hoddles Creek roa4. L225; road from Mount. Beenik to steam tramline, L100; approach road to new bridge over Yarra to Donna. Buang road, L125; Woodspoint roacd L13 5s 3d; total, L563 5s 3d (coun cil to expend L275 additional). New vote: Roads in Central riding, L100; work on 1B3oddles. Creek devia.tion, L50; approach t1, Donna Buang rd.,. L50; metalling .Woodspoint road.be louw O'S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

E. A. ATHERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, A GREETING To Our Customers and Friends. We ar hero.to stay. .We rirar :-?};. here,o fakio ?a sitecess ?. We' likeo the country and, the people. We like .Our Busi-. peas, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. TIlE BEST GOODS and THE LOWN PRICES are what count.? One Order Will Convince .You. First-cias Valut in - DRAPER OLOTHIN G BOOTS & SHOES IRONMOTIGERY OCROOKERY GROOERIES Orders Delivered -all over the District. Don't forgot .the -Addross: E. . ATHERT-ON YAi{RR GLEN AGENT FOR The National Oattlo Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. HELP' YOUR N-EWSPAPEIR. your newspaper is your JOE "PRI1NT ING. If you do not feel able to run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers; billheads, envelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps him to pay his printers for se...

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WITH THE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. LILYDALE BOY'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

WITH THE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. LILYDALE BOY'S LETTER. c have 'received-" the following letter -from -Mrs "~Villiams,. mother of fr. A. R. ':William-s, who is a member of the First' Ausralian Exi. peditionary Force - at present, in EEgypt, which "will be read wit-h in terest by "Smiler's'" many friends in Lilydale:-- We brioke camnp on' :ioliday,--- , at 9 a.m:, entrained at Broadmea dows, and at 1 p.m. went aboard the? at thbe '-rilway pier; we sailed at 3 p.m.. the same day for - . The trip there was full 'of interest to the troops. Many of us. hi;d never been outside th'e Heads -indeed, many fiom coun'try dis tricts had never 'seen th'e ocean at all,; and to them thle huge por poises, whales, sharks. albatrosses, and various other sea inhabitants oncotuitered were very interesting. The weather, toov was good. and not many sea-sick. The life on board ship was fairly 'easy, chiefly lectures, physical drill, etc. An ex tract from my diary dated- Monday, -_-- (a day's routine)--eville,...

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GRIPES IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

GRIPES ' IN 10 HEB-.-"Some 4it tie time 'algo oIilr 'horse was doywn witli n, bad iattack of Gripes,s sa"ys Mliss Eb. T-Co!lc. M.ajoi's (Jregk, N.S.W. '.L tried several, remedies, but they ]-'ld no effect, As- a last resource .I -ga.- the -h'orset three tcispoonsful of Chmmberlain s Colic ad.d Diarrhoea tiJemnedy. Ond- uioticed a.n -improvemenbt immcdiantelv.: le was :soon ible to dtand, and nowi is AiS well ins. ever.' . Sold :by J. 'Hut;cliison,.,.Lilydale; CO. 'Hans'en?i'-illgrove-: Scott. -andd Allen, '?Tia.. Glen S: ' . VBradShaw pandilV. JI D lborn.; ITeleacsville. XY&e go to scihool to leaxni t read, -We w~jk tQi win ap tiz$; We read to learn wat others MA Thom .why o IuoV dvortisQ1

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Reminders for January LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

Reminders for January LIVE STOCK. -o- Horses.--Stabled.-Over stilnulat itig and fattening foods should be re. stricted, Water should be allowed at frequent intervals. Rub down on coming into stables in an overheated condition. Supply a ration of green. stuff, where possible, to all horses Brood mares should be well fed on succulent food it available; other. wise, oats and bran should be given. Foals may with advantage be given oats to the extent of Ilb, for each month of age daily. Provision should be made for shade shelter tor pad. docked horses. Cattle.-Provide succulent fodder and plenty of clean water and shade. Provide "lick" in trough, consisting of salt 2olbs., bone meal 2olbs,, and sulphate of iron L lb. Limewash the cow bails, it helps to keep down flies. Provide calves, if possible, with good grass run, or lucerne hap or oats in a trough. Pigs.--Sows.--bupply those far rowing with short litter in well ven. tilated sties. Pigs should be provi. ded with plenty of clean water...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

(From Our Own Correspondent.) ,With commendable foresight, our fruitgrowers, having more favorable scasons in mind, are bestirring thminselves in the matter of cool storage. The secretary of the Kil sy;h Iand District Hcr'c.lltural and F'ruitgrowers' Association (M1r R. Langley) convened a meeting in the Mechanics' Institute, Croydon, on the 12th inst., and a very good gathering was the outcome. IMr R. G. Henderson was voted to the chair, anrd MIr _A. J. Campbell was installed secretary of the meeting. Nlr H. L. Tomkins, president of the association, Mr. Campbell, and others :def:ailed the -Act for the es tablishmfent:and maintenance of cool stores as passed 'recently by Par liament,- It . was resolved to go ihead, iad°a, s.rong committee wae formed :to" do - the -: necessary pre [imiliary work. -Persons sending in their iiame, 'address, .acreage and lacssification of fruit tree-, and age )f orchliard ill miterially assist the ecretary: Mr A. J. Campbell, '1cacia, ' Kilsyth. -The us...

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WHY JESUS DIED [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

S1 H1Y JESUS DIED BY PASTOR RUSSELL. Text: "In due time Christ died for tile ungodly" (Romans v., 6)." The speaker stated that while the Bible everywhere declares the...importance ol Jesus's death, Christian. people in recent times seem to be perplexed upon the sub ject. Some dispute the Bible statement ot the necessity for the death of Jesus, and claim- that His life and death were lt. different from that of other men. Othert claim that Jesus caiie into the world, and passed through various trying experiences not in order to redeem mankind from any thing, but in order'to show His followerr how they should live and die for a gooo cause. Others, again, in bewilderment, de. clare that they can see no relationship be tween Jesus's death and what they ihavi been taught is the penalty for sin, viz., eternal torment. In general, said the Pastor, there is con fusion upon the subject, and only tiho who get- the proper Scriptural focus upon the 'question of why Christ died can bh mentally at...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

RINGWOOD MARKET.. -L---+- DG. . M'Clelland and Co. repoirt: '- e: yarded 131 head of cattle Of all desc?iptions. Prime:fats sold 'well; ifnd the tone of the market was good for' this class of stock. :We also .had ~uquiries for ::tore .stock of all sorts. Prices and bid cding were brisk, anid .- number of buyers haid to go away tnsupplied. Milkers, from L3 5s to L7 7s 6d; springers. to L7 0ls ;backward sprin gors, from LA to L5 10s-; fat cows, ..fromio L6 to L9; heifers; .to L6-15s; fleshby cows. from L, 5s to L5 5s; dhoppeir;, L2 10s to L3; store cows, to L3 10s'; young dairy heifers, to .L2 10s; poddies, fiom L1 to L1 ~O0s; bdills, L3 10s -.to Li; veelers fion?e 12s t.o L2 10s'. P?"ig?-Poi kers, `light, :to :.38s;, suckers aiird slips. fiom 7s to. 15s G:-l P;Pouiltr -Hens,; from :3s -:to : d pair; cockeiels,,: from 3s Gd. o 5s :pair; ducks .to 4s -Gd; du:cklings, ?1s to Ss u. SnudiSies usual priced. Next sale:, o; froniky, .when we expect 't',o hvo N, Toiýrt:bcr buyers dinu'atten' ...

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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. WORK IN UPPER YARRA SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

COUNTRY ROADS BOARD.. WOn1 IN t UPPER YARRA SI-IRE. __.-.------ . . Work on lihe main roads in the Sppr Yarra shire authorised by the Country Roads Board. whichl is under 1c' e supervision of Mr A.. . T. Samnbell. is proceeding at. a rtipid rate, and already some thous t:nds of pouinds have been .pent. in 1 tthing the nmain highwa.'ys of the - lhire in first-class order. At 'ronday's oeeting of the council tthe en'inter reported on this work a. follows :--Contractor Hernion. ha* mladet further progress with. his con tract for the construction of t1io main road. 'I he formation will be about comtplete'i in a month's time. A start has been made withl the contract for the West \Varburt.cn.to Warburton section of the main road. Plans have been completed for the WVarburtlon to Big Pat's Creek sec tion. A letter was also received from the Country Roads Board in linuating that the tender of H. Her mon for clearing, forming, and met alling on time main Warburton road, for the sumn of L4082 ...

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HAZELDENE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

HAZELDENE (Fgroi Our Own Correspondent - Or" hall presented a gay appciar Oi;te on New Year's Night. wheni the iesidcnt, Jlilcl their annualplain. t, fancv dress ball. A num?er 4,f ..i.itOi. Trom Melbourne were also lieent. some of whom wore- very pscity costumines.among which were \ li, V. Iarkley. Indian Squaw1w; ,lis 1. Thali. S1anish Peasnt; Mis v-ilson. Red Cross Nurse; Miss D. Wilson. Japanese Lady; Miss. MI. \Vilon, Chincvs, Lady. I musti not., forcet the wee ladies, as represen icd by Miss V. Crook and the.: 3lisses Vines, who wore Shepherd Cse. Russian, a?d Coon dresses re 1;,ectivcel. Among the gentlemen i;'.ticularly noticeable were M?r S. \Vilon as a Spanish Brigand, while 31ri Percy Wilson looked a typical ?licemania from his shining helmet io his polished boots. Among the visitors from Melbourne was Miss Vctra IHirons, whose recitations were highly appreciated. Songs and re citations were also contributed by local residents. Dancing was kept. ilp till the wee sma'- hou...

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STATE GOVERNOR ON TOUR. VISIT TO LILYDALE AND WARBURTON. REFERENCES TO THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 15 January 1915

:STATE GOVERNOR :ON TOUR.: VISI1 TO LILYDALE A D ~ARIBURTON. IIE ERENICES; TO. 'IIE -. R tl6,Iini upon hi5 tour :.with?tahe o' er nor--General throuigih soitherin ictoria th'e' State Goivernor, Sir Arthur Stianley, a cmipainied by the Mmistei :of Mines, ' Mr Drysdale Birowin; MIr S. Barnes,' M3.L.A. ; the Director. of Geologidcal _ SUirey;: Mr H. Hermaina:: aid. Professoir E ' W. Skeats. starl:ed on a' five-days'. tour throughji the. eastern portion of the S?te cn Tuesd:y ylast; in th'e 'caurs? of which it :is intended. to visit and inspect.-the goldfields of-Woods Pcint and Ten-mile. The Govrtnor'n - party left Melbourne by -motor catr early in the forenoon,; reaching Lilyi dale- it midday. Here the Governoi wvas welcomed b~;i Or H. Iughes, ex-pr?csident of the shire, C'r'M'Ghee and Mir Hamilton Sinclair, shire see retary. Cr Hughes complimented the C oveinuor on the part he .was pIlahving in cementing the people of ViCtboria, togethei at the present crisis of the Empiie. F' The Go...

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