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RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

RINGWOOD. ,Two Sunday schools have- com menced the new year ithl thlein Utnuial picnics, and for both the seaside was chosen. On TIhursday week the Church of England chil dren visited Brighton Leach. and although the (day .was not anm ideal one for the beach, the picnickers got as much enjoyment as possi bIe. On the following S:lturday the Mecthodists held their picnic, their destination being the otlher side of the bay, tt Williamstown.. Tlhey also enjoyed, themselves to the full: returning to their homes tired but happy with memories of a wcaell spent clda., At. the end .of last week the dis trict was visited with a cool clhange and a heavy fall of hail. Some dlnmage was done to the fruit: The cool change was followed by a spell of hloat. the temperature being well over thle hundred. The building of the new Angli can Church is proceeding satisfac torily. 'The framework is up. and the building promises to be an or nament to the town. -- ' -i

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

FLDA A N I \1 9 - -l i3iss Ouscv. of the Ii'ell School of Music, Lilydale, adveritises a noi :tice inl this issue' conceriing hltai London T"rinity College examina tions. .A special feature of the Couly Companiy Concert at Lilydale .on Wednesday next will be Mr Walter Barker, who .will play harp accom pianiments to several of Madame Couly's items. Tlie dcatth took place at Lilydale on Wednesday 'last, of Mr Richard Bla.ck, an old and respected resi dent. at the age of 81 years. The: lato Mr Bhlack leaves a, grown-up fa~mily of live sons and five daugh ters. with .whom sympathy is felt in their lbereavement. In this issue. Messrs Burt.on Bros., undertakers, announce that they in tend to station a hearse at West Warburton to supply the needs of the district more efficiently and eco nom'c:-lly. Their ref rseita,'ives arel Messrs E. A. Story, Warburton, an;d C. IH. Yardley, West Warburton. W\'e regret to chronicle the death, at. Yanr Glen on \\ednesda~y last, of Mrs Bell, relict of the ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"OUR SOLDIERS." FAREWELL GATHERING AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

"-OUR SOLDIERS." S-.O.------- FA'REWELL GATHERING AT YAHRRA GLEN. (From Our Own :Corresponcdent.). •tiere was a large and represen tative gathering in the Victoria Hall on Friday evening last, 23rd inst., to say good-bye to lIr Charlie Touge, who leaves for the theatre of wnr with the next contingent. Musical items, .interspersed with dancing, formed pairt of the evening's pro gramme. The items were as fol Jois.:--Ovierture. Miss F. Herbert; Recitation, "The Crew of the A.E. 1,'" Mlaster P. Bull; Step Dancing (in character costume), Miss Irene Fleming; Song, "The Death of Nel son,' Miss Hughes (encored); a. re citation, "The Telegram,; by MIiss H'ilda Harvey was very well re beived; a Patriotic Song (composed by himself) was sung by nMr Harry Craig, and encored; Violin Solo, "MIaisic,' Mir Harold Harvie; Song, "Tipperary." M:iss V: Ellis; Recita -on, "T'he Road to Liege,'! DIiss D. Smedlev; Song, "A- Little Boy Called. Taps,'" Miss Hughes ; Vocal Duet, Mrs and Miss Harvie:; Reci tat...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrosine. ") - Blouse wear was never quite so, beau tiful. Even the simplest styles are a bit of a revelation. One such developed in batiste or silk has a shield-like yoke with arched front divided by plain graduated collar. The arch is studded f-ith buttons, and the shield lies flat. The rest of the blouse is gathered to this, falling loosely, and the long sleeve has a cuff with a half turn, and three buttons. Another plain . blouse is of crepe or lawn. It has a front just that of man's dress shirt with-''V''" neck and rolling collar. The rest of the blouse is baggf, under sleeve line fronm waist, and the front is outlined ywith a seam, and stitched to conform at closing, six buttons. A short shirt cuff, has two buttons. Blouses, front view, simulate the lines of the letter "X" or "V" or "A" (bar omitted) with the sides bending out. This last is the most fashionable fancy, being express ed with bands both narrow and broad, and sometimes so very broad as to compass t...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

Public Notices.. TUESDAY, FEB. 9-' YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMIPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) .will hold their . usual Bi-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of . iMILKERS, SPRINGERS, SAT. AND STORE COWS, pand lines of DAIRY" IIEIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received -for this Sale by., CIAMPBELL' & SONS, 3OURIKE - STREET, MELBOURNE. - R Tr T R1 WOOD if'GLELLAND 8' CO STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, RING WOOD Mr Alick M'Clellan, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES --CONDUCTED EVERY MONDAY. ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, . EURNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for rur niture. ENTRIES INVIT.D. £ S. D,. .OURl ACCOUNTS for the quarter -endling 30th D)ecember. 1914, have -been rendered, 'and a prompt. set tlement., especially of those consid cel.bly opverdue, is requested. r.:- ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") j The declaration of the head of the e Victorian Government that the min n istry has developed "a water consci ence," is interesting. Accompanied by a numerous retinue, including the Consuls-General for Nethelands and SBelgium, the Consul for the United States, the Consul for China, Sir i Alexander Peacock made a tour of a section of the Wimnera district re cently. The party comprised some ladies, who, though doubtless contribut ing to the pleasure of the trip, can hardly be said to have been necessary to the avowed object; also some gentle men who hold exacted positions, and are the able raconteurs who make the best gloom dispellers, but cannot be connected in any practical way with the development of the aforesaid "water conscience." Perhaps it may be said without being ungeneorus that their acquaintance with water is mostly in the form as an adjunct-not "a pri mary. - But taking the serious side of the trip as being serious, the Pre mier's state...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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THE SIKH'S DISC. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

THE SIKH'S DISC. The steel arrow used by German mili tary aviators is an interesting rever sion to mediaoval methods. But the most remarkable of hand-thrown steel missiles is the disc of the Sikhs. For merly this was the most terrible wea pon of that warlike people, though vari ous llindu races have known it for enit uries. Vishnu himself is sometimes relresentel holding a dise in each handl. I'he dis,? weighs eight ounlllces, it is a .ixthli of' a; inci1 thick, a'nl its diameter is eight inhlies. 'I'he ,l.e is as keen as razor. It is thlrownII is O' thr'ows lilat pebles to make duks andl drakes. Its traijeitoryv is flat. a ld its rotation hduring the Ilight, causes a terrible ouiiitd. Sii RHll,h Payne Gallwey has ep-eriiminted with it. lile has thrown it two hundr'ed :arlds, ainl it canI sever au in.h-thick bhranch without losing aniy apl,ree]iablde velocity. In old days the Sikh sollier carriiel a diozeu.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Corresph:ident.) Bean's Bomb has been productive of a state of mind that it may be con I jectured the ostrich feels when he is e compelled to pull his foolish head out 1 of the sand and face upleasant facts . that lie sought to eliminate by the r simple means of refusing to look at I them. .Of course we know that we shipped a lot of wasters with the first contingent. We also know that the shipment in question did not exhaust the supply of undesirables who have been weakly allowed to get into urn form, undergo some training, and get a free sea voyage, lots of fun of the kind they regard as such, and be brought back to their old haunts none the worse. The man in the street thought that all that had to be done was to get these wasters away. Once they were in the hands of the British Sergeant Major, and under the disci pline of the British army, it was fondly imagined that it would be all right. They. would be straightened up and dressed down and perha...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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GERMAN UNDESIRABLES. HOW THEY SURRENDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

GERMAN UNDESIRABLES. HO\V THEY SURRENDERED. Among recent prisoners made by the French troops is Captain yon Radowitz, son of the aforetime German Ambas sador at Madrid. There was nothing very heroic - rather the opposite- about the circunistances of his surren der. His s'quadrioi having during a reconnaissance. approached rather too closely for comfort to the French lines was severely cut up,-and Captain von Radowitz, with his surviving soldiers, took refuge in a. wood, whore they hid for forty-eight hours without food or drink. A brigadier of the French Cuir assiers .with a couple of men was fol lowing the fringe of this wood whpn to his surprise appeared a captain, two lieutenants, and ten men, holding up their hands in sign of surrender. Both officers and mien were mounted. The brigadier, who like most French sol diers, had reason to fear the Boches, even when holding up their hands, call ed out to them to fling down their wea pons. This they did with eager expo dition. But even ...

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COURT MANNERS IN THE COW BARN. A LITTLE SARCASM FROM THE "CHICAGO HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

COURT MANNERS IN THE COW BARN. A LITTLE SARCASM FROM THE "CHICAGO HERALD." Speak kindly to the gentle cow, and never, never' tease her ; Take off your hat, politely bow, do all you can to please her. Be sure your hands have been washed clean; be sure your nails are cur ried ; More milk is drawn from cow serene, than from the cow that's worried. -Mother Gosse's Modern Maxims for Milkers. "Kicking the cow has not been good form for some time in even moderately adlvanced dairy circles," says the "Chi cago Herald," though the ban upon it. probably originated -more in practical than in humane considerations. Pain ful experience warranted the conclu- sion that the cow thus approached was far more likely to kick the milker through the side-of the barn. "Of late years, the cow barn code of manners and. morals has developed rapidly from the negative to the' posi tive stiyle-from `thou shalt nots' to 'thou shalts.' It has been discovered tiat the cow. long- the poet's live stock emblem of. pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED :CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Promptly: Attended To. CHARGES MODERATE. FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL, KINDS OF. WORK. JOBBING WOrIt A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING G1REEN TEA ROOMS ,WISHES to conv y his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also ,to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES.- NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. N NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. ' CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of insiection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. iWishing all Patrons the Compli nents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK '"VisL}- .: atimate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing :n Business in MAIN ST., and ext =-', by courtesy an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

E. A. ATHERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, Pa GREETING To Onr OCntomers and Friends. We ar here to stay.- We are here to IU k" asutccesi.. We , -. like the country andr the : people. We like Our BusEi. ness, and strive to ioriii:se it by all honourable means. THE BEST GOODS and THE LOWE PRICES are what count. One Order Will Couvince:You. First-class, Yaut in : DRAPERY " 0LOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY COiOOKERY GROOERIES Orders Delivered all over the District. Don't forget the Addres : E. h. ATHERTON 'YARRA GLEN AGENT FOR- The National Cattle Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire. Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. OAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. HELP YOUR NEWSPAPER. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is ycur JOB PRINT ING. If you dc:_ iLot feel able to run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billicads, envelopes, and' all' busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps him to ...

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Lilydale and Warburton Railway Construction Trust. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

Lilydale and Warburton Railway Construction Trust. ORDINARY MEET-ING. The ordinary meeting of the above trust was held at Mrs Hun ter's residence, North WYa.ndin, on Wednesday, 20th inst. Present: The chairman (Com. Wallace). and Corns Elvart, Burgi. and Rouget-. CORRESPONDENCE.: - .'A letter was received from: the Minister of .Railways, in- reply to a communication forwarded -by the TI"ist asking . him to make it pos sible in the Amending Act to- levy rates :on all occupiers in the same way as is provided for in-the Local GoVernment. Act, stating tlat .the Railway Lands Acquisition Amend ing -ct was passed on 21st Sep ternber, and enclosing a -copy, there of for the information of thelTrust. -Resolved,- on the motion- of Coai Ewart and the chairman, that the ,uestion as to whether or not 1Messrs Caminig, - Smitl and . Co. were liable .nder the Amending Act for the payment of the Trust rate-be sub mitted to the Trust's. s6licitor and the Crown Solicitor -for advice thereon.. A. lett...

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RINGWOOD AND CROYDON ELECTRIC SCHEME. A TEMPORARY BREAKDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

RINGWOOD AND CROYDON ELECTRIC SCHEME. A TEMPORARY BREAKDOWN. At Monday's meeting 6f the Lily ,cale Shire Council, the following report was received from Messrs Lin colne, M 'Dougall and Demaine:- SVe have to report that, owing to a breakdown. on the .Ringwood system,- current -was cut off in -Box. Hill..Blackburn, :nid iMitcham on the afternoon of Tuesday, 19th inist. The IRingwood: supply. was 'discon .nected, and 'the supply = continued on our own lifies until :Friday,, when we .instructed Mr- 'Wright to switch on again, on receipt of word from. Lilydale's conisulting engineer. that the fault had been removed. This was done, but .cnother fault oc curred, bloiving" fuses and damag ing :one of utr. transformers. -We have therefore instructed Mr Wright to discontinue a supply to Ring wood until their equipment: is in order.' The ;first ,fault blew the fuse on the. boundary, opened the oil switches at Box Hill and Lorne Parade, aind burnt :out the maximum demand meter-at the boundary,...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

OBITUARY. Our 'W0oori Yallock correspondent .writes: - - B: thie Q.eath of MrI J. Ferguson oni the 19th1i inst., this _ distlict has .last --one . of-> ts oldesi- and most ighly .,esteemed residents. The dec ceased, .:who "suddenly: pssed away i"am -this life afte'r: a- ;very short illness., came to the. locality some 35 . years ago, a'id ii-as well knows aid -iespected in all the surround ing districts... To the last lie was always to the: fore when 0any gath ering was' held, ..and took a keen interest in -anything that would bet. ter the district. The large.ocortege which followed the remains to their last resting place at Lilydale show. ed the high esteem in which he was held by all :who knew .him. Much -sympathy : is-felt for the be reaved, widoft- and - family of the tleceased,

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GROW BEEF, DON'T MAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

GROW BEEF, DON'T MAKE IT. Good herdsmen agree that a calf should never be allowed to lose any of its first flesh, and that loo, due to a halt or retrograde step is diflicult to regain. Many stock raisers, however, think the calf not worth bothering about, and postpone the special care and attention it should receive while young to a later date, but a time when it will not be transformed into as many pounds of flesh as during the first six months of the calf's life. However, a good root acreage, a high silo well filled, lots of clover hay anrd chop, and a liking for stock will combine to grow beef that will be very acceptable to the hungry multitudes. Autumn calves :ire not as common as they should be where the herd is maintained for dual purposes, but any that come along at this season of the year should re ceive particular care, for they will be worth a fair price for beef in the next few years. Any normal calf consunine' a large quantity of milk when obtained natur ally fromn the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

For Conmipation, Biiousness, Bad Breath, ' Headache, Indigestion. A . . Y R AL ,7 Successor to P. C. FTHLL & CO9. GEJIERAD STOREKEEPER WEST \NARBURTON FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery, Iroamrongery Boots and ShAoes. GIVE ME A CALL ! All my Goods are of the Best Quality, and my PRICES are MODERATE. Agent for Melbourne Daily and Weekly Papers. Also Upper Yarra Advocate. Cuniing Smith and Co.'s Manures. North Brihish and Mercantile Insurance 0. Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, MAIN STREET, LILYDADE. 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. S.Customers waited upon daily and orders promptly attended to. Accommodation Houses Specially Catered For. An Up-to-date COOLING CHAMBER is attached to the premises t.o cope with the hot- weather. J. GILSON, Manager. Burton ro s. Z High Olass & Econom...

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A SPARTAN MONARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

A SPARTAN MONARCH. The special correspondent of "'The Standard," at Geneva, says:- The King of the Belgians, who was climbing in the Swiss Alps -until the middle of July while the Queen was undergoing her annual "cure" under Dr. Widmler at Territet, has sent a post-card from Antwerp, to his Swiss guide at Zermatt, stating that he is in the best of health and' in splendid con dition. King Albert, before officially visit ing the Berne Exhibition, made several ascents of 10,000 to-12,000 feet above Zermatt valley and the Valais Alps, with this Swiss guide, spending the nights like an ordinary cliuber in the Alpine huts, and on one occasion sleep ing in the open air under a blanket Ihside his guide. This mountain train ing has been of the greatest use to the King during the war. .It is statel that he can live on a few biscuits and a glass of wine a day. If you haven't got what you wont. try to make yourself think that ycu want what you've got. A day's work for tihe gelding is often a da...

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Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows Is the Largest and Richest Friendly Society in the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

Manchester Unity Inde pendent Order of Oddfellows Is thf Largest and Richest Friendly Society in the World. The Loyal Lilydale Lodge is a branch of the above society. It is the only society that gives 10s per week sick pay for continued sick ness after twelve months until the member recovers and is fit to re sume his employment, and the only society in which a member is en titled to £20 funeral money in case of death, and £10 funeral money in case of the death of member's wife, immediately he joins the lodge. Particular attention is called to the above benefits and the reduction of entrance fees, viz., 16 years to 25 years, from 5s; 25 years to 40 years, from 7s 6d. Besides- the above, the benefits are 20s per week for first 6 months, 13s 4d per week for second 6 months, and 10s per week afterwards till the member is fit to resume work. The weekly payments are the same as all other Registered Friendly Societies. You are invited to come and join, and participate in the above benefits...

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FATAL AMBITION—NOBLE AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 29 January 1915

F'IATAL A 'IUT \---\(I.. A.\IBLTON. BY PASTOR RUSSELL Text: "Who, being in the form of God, aid not mediate a ieurpation to be on as -quality with God, but Icontrariwisel mad ai.nself of no reputation, and took upoit aJin the form of a servant." Whoever has no ambition has not pro, 'r'rly begun to live Ambition rmuillc ap: oreciation of the value of life-a fixed de termination of will in favor of the goal de. -id?d upon. I'arents and teaclher,- shotut nim to lift noble ideals before the mn'ctli 'ision of the young, and to assist them i? letcrmining which goal they will bedil 'le's energies to reach. To sucl paIntl.l ,(nd teachers many of those successful ii; ife refer in terms of endearment, decla: . lihow much they owe to those who 'tI:u issistedl them to a noble ambition As we learn to obi-erve other peo;.le we •erceive that many are wholly without am. ontion; or that their ambitions are so trival as not to be of real benefit. In a -rowd of a tiiousandlpeople less than a uindred s...

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