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SOMETHING GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
SOM?ETItNLG GOOD. - If the ability to please his employer is the chief virtue in a servant, the .lJapanese youth who adyertised in one of the newspapers should have little difliculty in gctting a place. 'Japnuese.-Bright youth wants position as cook or any work in Lon lon or anywhere, will move and work as if smartest hands and legs as light ning, obedience td maxim, 'lDust ac cumulating becomes a mourntain,' never said, 'Didn't come to mind for duties;' appointed myself as a representative of Japan in IEngland, iever laid down except human, natural sleep, as above results, absolutely economical, respon sibility, careful for human virtue, in character there's no difference of day time and nighttime, always finest day time weather, work with pleasuro and positively willing to teach mathematics (includeld highest nmathematics), em ployer's boys to spend leisure hours; try how am I; best reference.'' !
AN HEROIC PRINCE. SAVING A REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
AN HEROIC PRINCE. SAVING A REGIMEN'I'T. The whole of Servia is proud of its Crown Prince, who is now recovering frothn. a severe wound which he receiv ed under romantic circumstances, nc cording to a correspondent of a Petro grad paper. His Royal Highness had left I el grade, by motor car fir the Serviap po sition at Kroupnya. From Match kova Glava, he rode on norseback. On arriving at the firing line, a worry pic ture presented itself. Three battailions of t the 5th Regiment were subjected to a terrific artillery and infantry fire, and they were leaving their position under the overwhelming pressure of. the enemy. The Austrians, overjoyed' at thei prospect of victory, were, merci less!y pmiindng tihe unsupported reg. ment. Alrealdy they were nearing tihe one lhitte.ry which formed their last defence, aml it was running short of ammunition. The position was des perate.. 1\ith hated breath, the CrownPrince was witnessing the disappearance of the last chan(e of victory, when sutd denl...
FINANCE, DISTRESS, AND TAXATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
yINAN CE DISTRESS, AND TAXA TION. (To the Editor.) 'The position is such that th;e .\ustraliau debt will rapidly become ~mnanageable for constant renewal. 'lie Ministers and Parliamentary tm'mbers purposely keep this tre i,ncdous debt- always awsry from the c, ~c of the people. They would be ,I1xl too pleased if the people knew ,ithinig about ait. -And ror what ions? .For reasons known only xi,,, .well to themnsolves. And we :,: only very much at the begin ,n'_,' !cf the trouble. The mer cla'ntls will sooner or later be left wilhout buyers, aind thl'v will h: i Su, i;, the day of payment h\ heeiiT't, Credit will begin it1 - 't.: (it is doing so already). and heno ma.ity of the smaller incrcl:ants wvil ha ,'" ih, ir Itllf. refused. This will i:pr:iti" sirioilsly against the . I:Ir,,Ir ,n,. T'1'I.i banks will from I,,:r.,.i:,- i,\, ti Ih Ju linces of their I,.,.,, ',rs , \\i lhhl awn; they will lose, ivr f.~, ni:id and 'partly from (,.: I, ,~;i nurs thai tih, hold at II: ir allity to ...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
OUR LETTER BOX ~-----o-- ·.-:j 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 c'ndition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith..
UPPER YARRA ROADS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
SUPPEIR YAIIIA :OAD$. (To the Editor.) - - 8ir,--For some time l;1st thle roads ini this .district have been in a very bad state for all traffic. Now the -R;.ads Board is. i am gliad to svy., improving them. but unfortunately the local council, who have the lett.ing of the different contra 's for sections of the main road from Melbourne, seem to be. content. to let t.he contiactor take .his time, and the work is being carried out in a very - slow mariner a dozen .men working where 50 to 100 might be employed. The. ex cuse given is that 'stone cannot be got-. There is no shortage of stone in this district. and no necessity fo' rvoad material to be brought here, when by opening quarries whichl are close alongside the road suit-able stone, etc., can be obtain cd. The tourist, season is fast pas Eying, and we are not having the visitors we should have. l'hose in motors complain bitterly about the .state of the roads. We know they are bad, but why not, when letting a contract, u se local...
WONGA PARK HALL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
ie -- NGA PARK HALL'. is - d.. (To the Editor.) e,. Sir.--lRe the article in your paper Ir of 16th January: from the Wonga 0 Park School Committee's secretaryi; r It mentions one :individual for the v hall. This is .not so. 1 -undlerstand e- thait tl old pioneers -who .built the n ball built it .for everyone in the f district-. Who cared - to make them , selves sociable and provided they t adhered to the rules and regulations. which is the only righth and proper thing to do. Insteaid 'of making remarks about the caretaker, wh. Sdoesn't she inake her, complaints to Sthe proper quarters? ' And agai.n there is a. gentleman who happens to be serving on the School Com mitte a.s wýell as the Hall Com mittc, :who should know the irules and regulations for the letting of the hb.ll. Why . doesn't he defend the c'c.r:taker, -aind not allow these cmnirk s to b- p.,bl'shed a.uainst lr's fellow offlicer If, the hall haip pen2d: to lie let, and a mishap oc- t curred c.iud- the caretaker -ws ab- '...
VICTORIAN SCHOOL GIRLS. CUT. CART, SELL WOOD, AND SKIN RABBITS FOR THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
VICTORIAN SCHOOL GIRLS. CU'1. CART. SELL \001), AND) SKIN RABBI'IS FOPR T-II'[ EMPIRE.. At a farewell functi'on to a l.ur~e number of t.lhe State school tel chers who had volunteered for h1,i first Expeditionary Force, Mr Frank 'Jhte, M.A., I.S.O., Director of ]Edo. cation, - in wishing .t0i men cii d. bye and oold luck, hoi:ed that tl:ec would return competent "to t,:I:?i German with a Berlin accent.'! 'f1 show the excellent, patriotic w-rk done by the school children for th:, ft~ture comfort and welfare of the viery men hei was addressing. I,.1 (Mr Tate) quoted two notable ii. stances-the Oxley Flat bays. wh,, sold ,frogs at 2s Gd per clozent to the University for expel:rimental pur. pcess. not to tickle the palates of our brave French allies; . and t h1, \Wunlgaratta school lads, who cart l ed firewood. The Director gave lI.t illustrations. and the audience cle.r. cd them as examples of patriotic work hard to excel. The "Rlosedale Courier.' however, icscribes an effort which all ...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
I . ~. TURF TOPICS. -4--- (By "PI6mington.") "Dick" Wooton one of the most in-. teresting men in the. turf world to-day is again in Australia from England, and "according to. all accounts this country is going to be good. enough for hiin Z'. future. Wooton has now been in the full limelight for a good few years.. He has had a remarkable career. Starting as a "pony" man in Sydney, he work ed his way rapidly forward until lihe had reached. the top, of the tree as a racing man in Australia. Then bent on conqueirng new' worlds, he went to South Africa and "made good." Then on to England where he quickly be came a power in the Turf world. Apart from his own merits, "Dick" Wooton is famous the world over as father of Frank Wooton, the famous horseman, now retiied from the, saddle owing to increasing weight. It must be confessed that the boy helped his father on the way to fortune, but even if he. had never been blessed with a brilliant son, Wooton senr. was bound to have made a hit in lif...
COMMONWEALTH BANK. PROGRESS DEMONSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
COMMONWEALTH BANK, I'IOGOESS DEMONSTILATE1). Average assets of the (YoliJmz''W wealth Bank of Victori; fer t,, quarter ended 1s t l)ecemnleir idd £2.135,886. and liabilitic: :. 2l:`' 832. lnchuded in the asscts :'i coined metals. ,137.2i 8; 'Aunstllial notes. £82.118; (;overnment ,l municil;al securities. £970,921; n: t1C and bills of other a?nks, £1 ;;0,;u:5; balances due. 1:£58.1,621: hills 1ir 'counted. loans -n. :ai(l\dvance d'', £200,911. Liabilities include bil in circullation. £6232; ,dcpoits not Ieanrilng interest, £783.;362; del:, ,-ii bearing interest. L186.797: sivi g' bank deposits, £1,-162, lli. Liabilities iun 1hl le ~omei r l"i:r" ter. 1913. were 1.'17.217. an l :ui " sets £1,115. 16 . :it lntorest i lrr ei itil' is 1.he aIoun1f invested iu ov'rn ineit and muliicil.al securities, whitc'l has been inerCased hy £ I.li3;0, showing the extent ino whilh Ih I bank has progres.'ied in ac,;onio' dat lig municial aol G;? oern:,eetl cntlerprises.
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
OF RURAL INTEREST: -----4----- (By 'RIusticu.") - The State Government is re-assuring as to the prospects of seed wheat for the coming season. The position is set out in the following statement issued by the Premier: "in the matter of the supply of seed for the wheat areas, the public need: feel no concern as to a sufficiency for all requirements being available. Act in; on the advice of the Government, the great bulk of farmers have .made their own arrangements for seed, for it has been made abundantly clear from time to time through the press and in parliament, that the Government at no time had the intention to make pro vision for seed wheat, either by orders for purchases through regular channels or by direct distribution' of seed, to other than those who were unable to financially undertake the purchase. It was anticipated at one time that pro vision for as much as 1,000,000 bushels of wheat would be required, and ar rangements were accordingly made for securing such a quantity...
CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
CROYDON. -4----- (I'rout Our Own C rier'ponde~il.) Such dust sl-ores as \were, el''r icured in Cro\dlon on 'T'uesday mnv ing hliould sllshw i e I 10 led of htre ,i priect.iein I the pli.ii tini of r1i ,jert'.iily thl s: nair. ady plant d atre, on ihe whol-. falilures; the , few that htae Ifunnd a cou '.Ii?l ,'oil or i. tree lover are m1 ?" celltions. Tlhe usinsl s pr' mi-e. ,I the. main street must sulffer te:r.h'p on ~iuch days of ulrtherly wind and the owners stlioit.1. .risjiji. a ure.t(, fl r Iree pljan inf i o(n I rl4 , lines. (One thing is certa in-- lh: remnova of the trees hetween llow ish road and Taylor's stor'e (wh.re, lthe .uoail is certainly too narI'erw; will not improve nnatters. 'lih'e Vi. cuing of the roadway and ]irl 'i tree-llantiig shloulhl effect an iii. pro\venent. The powers that be have iuI 1:,. edi. the various sites suggested( as the proper ones for t11te staiuilljie to hie erected. ]Let us hiope 1 ,f ire liong to see a whole crop of Ili:l'e along the stree...
BRITON MURDERED. AGED SCOTSMAN SHOT DOWN IN COLD BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
BRITON MURDERED. AGED SCOTSMAN SHOT DOWN IN COLD BLOOD. Mr George Bonar, of the firm of Messrs Low and Bonar, of Dundee, and New Broad Street, E.C., has sent to the times a description of the murder of a Briton by Germans. Mr Bonar's wife and two little boys aged nine and seven, left Germany on August 3, and were forced to walk over the frontier ;nto Belgium. There thy met three American women and a British subject named McKenzie, aged 78. At the little village of Baelen-Dol hain, a Belgian Custom House Officer M.. Michel Blaise: gave them shelter. The rest of the party left, Mrs Bonar staying behind because the elder boy was uiffering from bronchitis, with Mr McKenzie, who was too old and lame. to walk far. "On the night of Sunday, August 9." Mr Bonar says, "firing was heard in the village. My wife took fright, and with the little boy who was ill, the others and the nurse - went down into the cellar. Mr MacKenzie and M. Blaise followed them. As they ran downstairs, my wife noticed ...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Ourrespondent.) There is a movement to provide sys tematic training for citizens who, for various reasons, are not eligible for in clusion in the regular military forces. It has been tardy in coming, but there is reason to hope that it will now be taken up in earnest. The trouble ap pears to have been, and to still be, that the majority of people do -not re cognise the necessity fot everybody taking an active part. The silly re ports that rarely record anything that is inot favourable to the Allievs are mainly responsible for this. It would be better if- we knew just what is happening and just how important it is that all should do something more than subscribe a few shillings to a Patriotic Fund or buy a ticket for a concert that is to furnish limelight for the promoters and inci dentally, if expenses, permit, return a small sum for one of the war funds. Plain facts about the stupendous under taking the Allies have in hand would be salutary. - Wer...
WINGS FOR RUNNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
WINGS FOR RUNNERS. At first blush running and flying seem Widely different modes of motion but an ingenious inventor is seeking to prove that by adopting the aeroplane idea in running, a fast runner might travel faster.. The ostrich, which ean not fly, but which can run faster than any known animal, uses its comparative ly short wings to great advantage when going at full speed. When the ostrich spreads its wings so that they act as balances, they also serve as kites or small aeroplanes, carrying a consider able portion of nIis weight. It is the above principle which the athlete might apply with advantage in the practice of running. The arm aeroplanes would not have to be very large, for it has been found that while short wings would be of great assistance, long wings would be a hindrance. Another thing which helps the ostrich is the fact that most of his weight is in front of his wings. The wings arrangement would enable a man to incline much more forward when unning, and the rush ...
SOMETHING'S GOING TO HAPPEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
SOMETHING'S GOING TO HAPPEN A man in a furious passion rushed up to the advertisment counter of a certain newspaper office the other day. "That's what I am going to give him," he began,.brmngmg down a heavy hunting crop on the counter with a crash. "Where is he?" 'Beg pardon sir,' said the clerk, "any thing I can do for you?" "Yes, there is somethingyou can do." roared the stranger. "You can in troduce me to the idiot who stuck that in your paper." "That" was a notice under the head of "Marriages." "Do you see that, sir? John Jen kins and Sarah Smith are not married sir, and never intend to be. It's a hoax, sir-a miserable hoax." "Really, sir," said the clerk "it there's a mistake, we're exceedingly sorry. We do our best to avoid this sort of thing, but when Mr Soft brought that notice in he said-" "S6 Soft brought it-did he?" inter rupted the. man with the hunting crop. "That's all I wanted to know. Good morning." On reaching the door he turned back. "Take that notice out before, y...
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 22 January 1915
Lilydale Express FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1915. The signal shops workmen at New- port intend holding a big picnic at Lilydale early in March. Mr. W. Rothque has removed his &nbsp; cabs, horses, etc.. to the Lilydale Hotel Stables, where he will carry &nbsp; on business in future. Miss Moroney, as per announce- ment resumes tuition in Lilydale on Monday next, and at Yarra Glen on the following Friday. The complete balance sheet and financial statement of the Upper Yarra Shire for the year ending 30th September, 1914, is advertised in this issue and will be found on page 3. A meeting of the Lilydale Pro- gress Association will be held in the Library, Athenaeum Hall, as per advertisement, on Monday even- ing next, 25th inst., when a good attendance is desired. &nbsp; In this issue tenders are invited by the Upper Yarra Shire, return- able on 1st February, for two con- tracts-forming and metalling on Woodspoint road and cartage of metal on Hoddles' Creek road. At the ...
AUSTRALIAN-GROWN SEEDS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915
(To the Editor.) Fir.--At a time like this. pro Ioably few Auistralians realise, or eva11 tinhllk, when they are enjoy ing a, luscious cablbage or a sweet, tender cearrot, thalt t.hey are jin debted to Germany for these pleas ures. And when the enjoynments of a1, glorious and many hued gar den 'conistitute a, feast to the eye antd to the aesthetic sense, it will Ie lip,rd for the observer to realise thalt he owes the burst cff bheuty to Germany or to France. Alnd yet these are facts. The great bulk of seeds used in Australia are pro duced in Germany or France. What are farmers and others going to do for scuds now the war-has dis iccated trade! "'This is the time for the harvesting of seeds on the Continent'. Thousands of toils must he left mimuharvested. for the males ar e nearly all at the war or or t t:ending to war business. There must: Ihe a dearth of seeds and cor aprsAondiing high prices next sear son. Ernst hieuary is an toeter 'prising seed gorwer a(l nmerchant in EIrfurmt. ...
WATER SCARE AT LILYDALE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915
(To the Editor.) Sir,-Your correspondent, Mr l. W. Clements, need not liave won dered about the above matter had ie comne to: the men who "knem?i Tihe facts were as folldwis :--The reservoir starited to fall on Thurs day. 14th Januaryu The caretaker, Mr Wilkins, thinking lie couldmaan age, did not report until Saturday. I drovo out at? once with the en gineer (M1r H. Sinclair), aild found the reservoir doloa 3ft. 6in.. uid a poor supply coming iii. By Sun day evening a, further fall of a foot w-as registered. Three men were started on Monuday -to assist in stopping every leak that could ho traced, and ha inspector nlas sent up beyond our off-take to lind out. why our pipe was barely cov cred ?it the off-take, instead of a 5ft, head to the top of the weir. T'Ihe cause. was soon discovered, and irtigatlion was iunedia.tely stopped, with the result that our weir again rcse to the top and slightly over flowed. On Monday, 25th inst., we had only aft. in the reservoir, which wou!.l not su...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915
OUR LETTER BOX -oo 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 iy and bricily expressed and free from personalities, on cnmdiiion of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.
Lilydale Progress Association ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915
Lilydale Progress Association . ANNUAL MIEETINU;. 'The following %vpre present at; the ammual lieet.ing of the ;above Itn Moncday evening (last.:-_less s I. Fuller (president. in the chair), Janson. Hill (2). Cook. 3Moroney. )Duncan. Foster. 3envau. -Palliser. tnod P]ettit (hon. secretary). iA communication was received from the secretary of the Newport Signal Shops picnic. to be held on 13tL..February, asking for inlfoluIa 'tion on various matters, and the secretary was directed to reply and give the picnic a. hearty welcome. and assurances of assistance. lMr H. Stevens, -of the Olind. ITotel, has promised to donate the wood. and hrrangements are being nmade for the si'pply of milk. etc. On the suggestion of the presi .lent ild ~1 ' Ister. it vans de ci'ded to write to the council and tisk that. notices bh erectedi at .the corners of various streets warning persons against damaging trees and seants. It was also lagreed that. the digging up of portions of the pie. iic reserve be ref...