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WHEN READY—GO! [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

WHEN RIADYGol It is not eery e hor k trt ot Ieave-taki ilo' who knos the ,, ner. When you are ab 'oprllrate mnan ,o at once, gr.cefully tord ,prt ,t 11o (ll"llyi)g. I)o't po 0 II tune 1 was ;,,-goig?,,Say,"ltg " 8?? i back, and talk a ndiltea ad the l ten inutes. Solessly for anut, ciresoile lhabt. O le People ha.e thl They will even rise, st , the room in various attit udcsn kt their hosts also standiteg, tnd kan g ,s an effort, succeed il1, -ul t) . v thie hIll, when a n getting ;s ; , thehl. They brighten t.. ibh l.tr , stand for sonme mi1nutes lisl.I alln nothintg of alnIportance, burt kc,". everyone in a restless, iroi 'll After the door is opened the ltro l uM. .ad leave-taking begins, and -- , -rl h~. tt general and in particular ?v invi tly to call. Very likely a llst . . vtltl strikes the departing visitor, whirht,,u friend must risk a cold to hear to t hs en d . " " t What at relief when the door is finalhl closed! There iso i nied of beig ti lensively abrupt, but Wti o be...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WANDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

1ANDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, Li i llw Currii cjtuilc nt. lt.} (IIlltrict lairiicr ult ital Su '` holeld Oil .1.11111.6111a\' \.C'I l i i a 1 cveir "' tle llr a itt a jiltli hii 1 r "lni.' 2ra t1 dI wi meeting ' t ti e. 1 letter was i rJ Ite Ia tat al t Can '" li Ind ditI . Ilortic jll ttral ikiii liii I leii t'ejinaý ap: *&c "lfR Ic' ý " i.t societv on thel i f ; I;r.. l-icr straw ',1lad ll;lCSiut ' ] °tl eujit Uel to aCt ill: such 16ed~ 1ni ti 't i ",ý 1'1'1tllsik 4 ]i ccilg N ell 41 -fthee 4!ºI~ tall wr'1iter tlT! j mi t 11 l'oupe. ] as, in l ilc a stlu 1 Ij ` liv (i f t hIo e w*-ittctdam it T -I I paper was `a4'r ~ ~ ~ -I *-I` Iltra il iS-al ,t 'ildl" ri-i 1 atitir l ice ti to 111ii S iitt I - I t ht , II 2tt itti i C . cQ l' .-ela 'al'tL Iilcjr.a leit ^,t iu as1Ca(aed t av1

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LILYDALE BOWLING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

LILYDALE BOWLING CLUB. -----OO---- ANNUAT. MEETING. Thcic .was a b'?rge attlendance at a the annual meeting of the above, io held in;tile Athenaeum .ibrarvy on u Monday evening, Mr T. Eales (vice- ti president) idi the chair. The bralance sheet. Was of- a very i satisfactory nature ,showing a cre dit balance Of t£6 lls ld. M1\ember- tl sh ip iees totalled £40 19s. Thie lon. t. secretary (Mr A. E. Wilson) and treasurer (Mr T. E. HIarrison) were t congiratulatcd on the satisfactory iin a Lure of. the financial stitementl. vi- wh ich was received and adopted. On the motion of Dr Short. ;nul Mr J. Jlcuzies. a. hearty vote of tlriklcs wa.-: accorded the Plresident t, (Mr' C. J. lMitchell) and tMrs lhit- v uchell for tiheir donation of "valuabklc rophliics for coniipetition.-: The election of oflicc-l:carers re silltdt: .. as follows:- J"rcsidecnt.-3Iir C. J. l31itclell was t 1n.::.li mousl\-i re-electedl. \:ice-1 r:i cullts.--lessrs T. Eales. A. t?ll \iworthv. and 1)" SiSrt. 5Ilo Stcreta...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

c VNXILTY. Ft lrýVii l m ltteboy Q~aurid i1 li ýe giren him 'Iim Chjain '1 'J V llo[iŽ v3edy~' says Mrs drru. r Citle Chester Strete, r ir Thld aiti 3or 9 uj. Ydj nigh~ts your r~ bc, pt len Lt d withi Cuu '· ru faultll in · Calauber Kjjaiwt1 11 '\aJl relieves uIs of tha I olne or wi llren e all 9ifrns 'f ;Zt menn~ie wil belg "i a rialiu~~t J. 'hbon Lilydalee S l+.r ; r ti1P - ile Scott and Al-. < 1 (~, .anlnn Yarra.. SOlROSES L4QUIpI FAC.E PO·nDER. "'n.these d.ys of out-door life-mo toring, golfing, boating, etc-a re-. liable harmless liquid powder is on of the necessities of life.. Sorose. Liquid 'Face Powder is found by experts -to be a perfectly inval uable preparation and a decided im provement on the old-fashioned dry p6wder. ELosides improving the ap pearauce it acts as a shield to the delicate skin of the face against hot wiinds, dust, smuts, and oth,'r extra seoua matter. l'rice, 2s 9d.. Ohbiiinabhle at; A. IT, Wilson's, T,ily idal1 .W., NtanaLervis', Wn1rhurtimn....

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

RINGWOOD. The local football fixture for ` Saturday next is against E'ast ~ Burwood, on. the Ringwood ground, and enthusiasts are very. optimistic. Owing to their defeat lIy Box Hill on Saturday last, .Ringwood are niow third on the list, and only tiwo points ahead of Fe.n Ti?ee Gully and Box -Hill There are four more matches to p: lay in the first round. A yery old resident of Ring R wood passed away at an early r lour 91l 1fonday morning, in the r. person of IMr McGillivray. De ceased had. attained to the ripe age of 90 years, his ninetieth bir. t thday .occurring only four clays prior to his decease. Mr McGil livray has been an invalid for. some time, and resided with his daughters at the Ringwood Coffee Palace. He arrived in Ringwood I abo!it 18 years ago, from the d Western District. His wife pre deeased him by many years. STae funeral took place on Tues rday last, the place of interment Sbeing the Box Hill cemetery. Mr A. V. Greenwood, one of r the candidates for the Labor "se...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P.L.C. ANNUAL SOCIAL LILYDALE BRANCH. ADDRESS BY DR. MOLONEY, M.H.R. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

P.L. ,C ANNUAL SOCIAL ADDII)DES l Dx1R. MOI QIE t I l-e sco .tT uii .ai sa f t`hgl -:e LilydaIle bni h of. i w1?- s held ui tlikh Ahe ieoenlilit l liy dale, oin Tida-i ves iicin la?st. i lin i 1 the sieitliier sias iuinavor-ablel , . e .ittIrdancic' wiias lag dt?e aiite rids?,n: lmg passed 7:off: Vre":yeijoy?abl 7,: 1he ic .pceeedtngs opeiied :ithi the NatiLial Afilthem. ::iftet' wihicliiih l chairmaii (Mlr .1. Cleieits) iin a short tddcli'rss illustratd the' 10 gress of the : brahi ii : i Lilvdile; They liaThd no- 6oiicr ?-20 hmbeis; b tt. tihe: shoiuld Irhave -more. and he urged very .niember to brin?g dni other_ onla lon" to "bi eriolle edi. - ? The iext; itamns - asong. "Th le 1)eath less ?trid- :(by si;ccat ,recjest), by ir Claiade lioP-ia.-. -ats sveri- well rcceived; -its tas ittle :lite iss rrie Ixe'ane 's coutatsi: i Papa'si Ds : id foi" is:l66h .li" viias ldsc.veclld l.-, ccr ed:l lhis a":i ? ill -artistl: tniotic l little lao-c I; tin ? i s ?iit. i a iil rcds. i015n i r h...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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FEDERAL POLITICS SENATOR BLAKEY AT LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

SFEDERAL POLIT.ICS LI ilJ V]OI5i '.i?K] A'I2J II"Xl)-?J T Lc' lpite the. inclucicc.' of: the/ ti: "eI t hCi'abdout. 130 j;eople: .(incllud ing li .l iii ?roprltiO-i.Of lidies-) asslur.- 1 )IedC-at,: the- :Xtlienaiiin .- Iil. iiy- p, :iile. o"i Mriolitv evcliin~. ht thic olclniYrL t: F hi,,ederal Political :anm- IsI pdgu ..whlen :,Scnator laker. one cl 110 S~O i~i II r (2lcin~iiis. c of ,he .six I.abor .Seint cadidates [ sl wais Lthe slpo~ike3c'i..r .?1"" Chlinents, st ircsidcnt of ftie Ioci t braircl, of the t. P.L.O.. tok the 'chi,'ir anti -ilriel l,' introducc1d lrh" candidat-l . i Scuitoji ]lkake-, who -as recei- ic 3'cd with aIppltuse. s ii I iit l,'c re called with 1.leamsure 1 jpr)ei-,uAis- 3 it to L.il'da3:l-. tiwelte- Ciuntlhs ago tin t comiij n-i" withk tl i i nat:r 1-enderson ( and. r i I'c ti i, X.l1.II. Siciie then c tlre Ihad .I ben minny importanl?t. e- ( vcnl(s ii, the F:ditical world. - pro-i pcsed' t.::. (h'l .withi 1some1 of: the , cvcunts whlici. Icil u i) tL Ihe-...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Lilydale and Warburton Railway Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

Lilydale and WalburtbnII Railw ,rusth "i ti' 1 Crs i l;in the i:ibchiii)n f:t".rcl8*o:; S ss..i'itc o ln :*'licklev ['cO .wadi, crcliev l. eSccictivys Roport. . ;1290. 4 porI.1 W Id1o0llow I . have: the hlioi .to retort tlLa icc1 sasCt;ni meetig .I ive ccollected .rn-s aloun.tinga to G.689 . Is. Td. TIic lyear nii iiGi iic ioQ?- Jin ih hisý i.1290 "A. 9s . ,Sl iJ beiiiures i idinuit -:idi. _ Ot.) :whieh I .. reodiriitscid :hollud e. ' ainqol'ilc'ed -suirject to t.he auditor's i-rofal- ig - t; : Con6. .Er-ai tc:re Iarked-on the s:- i t-isOfatorv.ii nbtilrj. of-te reportr . ' . ing <l-e lirsi liiite ei.s" of tlhe TiS 'stot LcxitlGS.c, c iac .;:rlpirhad b ieenstaid o11: ti rovaie :r 12000iut icn It:l I. '"st fourn eir wthlch Ihd rcceimcii sdeoiiltd tlo' .tiii lo " vljec't to t-f00 auideits e pying-linterest a.nd olfice COexns. Ewat regarked to the pss:i .ilil ctor f atli Goverof ni relievort - i line :'ic thfirst iiailn i yeais oFthe ltreaIs exisjtsice only L;-3bO had beelon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

Schnapp. s SCHNAPPS-I INSURE WITH THE ASSURhNCE t0o LIMITED. FOR .FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPSE . . SATIOI INSURANCE. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED. WIIEIRE NOT R?:P;i?RES!:NTE'i' i. Full Particulars on appli;.at.iou to DALGETY CO.. LTD., MELBOURNE. (Managers for Victoria.) SCHUTZE & CO., Pure Woollen UNDERWEAR Manufacturers. Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children's Combinations, Singlets and Drawers, etc., made to measure. Price Lists and Samples on application -BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. - 282 Collins-street. Take Lift. VEST-POCKET DICTIONARY iv bsn. OR I ,=?4 edcrrari! 1ý I? ?M l ??ia ]T THE LEVIATHAN S UARE ODEALI F-1lfý E-1 ' O SA L E It's here again --- this Most Sensational of Melbourne Sale Times, with all its wonderful, big, genuine true-to-name Bargains in Men's Wear, Boys' Wear, Ladies' Costumes, Blouses, and Raincoats. j2 2EAT T ILORINO SPECIALS AT YOUR PICK from those Choice and high=grade Fabrics usually used in our 77,6 Suits to Order '# P Grand Fabrics...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

gERTON Cral ash Store .,Ostners and Friends. r to stay. We are pms a success. ": country and the we like Outr Bu&L i ! strive to increase it ei nourable means. 0; GOODS and PRICiES are what oount. 3r Will Convince You. ý¢-class Yalut In BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROC1100KERY GROOERIE? Diehrered all over the District. Sforget the Address: ATHERTON 1RRA GLEN ill lEral Cattle Food of all lad Lancashire Fire Insur S.;ts, Lilydale Express and r.ly papers. SUPPLY ANYTIHNG. RU !?E', EWi. PP]E . :'Lt aid yu tan give :lr is ,ur .10I0 JIINT :"i do nt fuel able to i?:?n(lts Ciulli cans give , Ir Youlr cards, dodgers, e? ldpc, and all busi : to execute. The news no6iul-? it, andl it 1helps S..!r- linstrrs for setting .lol ad and one FREE L. ': li'es c our town; but t to the printer or job Stihat can give you : 5:. and is spending uci : ,ltVc. nor brains in 1"l ito' build up your dis es3-~ 3tzd" nib It's NOT a ' ' i:ike Matter of Blow' e}',t s.. r SOLID FACT that LANCASTER ' Righ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING LAPSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

lLYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. CI ll~lE'T1fiNU LArPSES. SI meeting of lthe Lilly ) lCucil was held at tle t, .h(1 ilrd! . . on Monday af :. 1. pireseilTh: The President , , an C1rs mcAlpin- Daly,' ti nr.-fo ii'h Ijirt . 4- coun, s. 3 ,0 ting o £1.1.8 9dM -tai I fo- I nvonC on the ic j,: l r osI1,; I' .a ind l l iir. I" ; i ) I-rll 11c( ' I -i n . II, . " If ,titil . l. t .r T.. e 1 1nnt e t . . f Adhelaide str f1' ,I i u li i i tlrecic .CI Th" co. wtiie W.k the i rea.w r" lt'In ,Ixt' dicisscdl . TIhem kw.e red thlt Cr 3tcAlpin,. '*-lrl intere d p* * refused. ' " l r i- it jii.tiic d l in "it'. i, li. wo l. if -he sat Slibl t very scr S kltie. til he withdlraw-al WI1 1d w uld v l liveC tle ' J 11l nii1ruiii Iof councillors Sicv wAvulid i- ii >able to do i "" in tlli maLter of nAde lt Iuncli a ther cuI'r" i -. iJi l Itile colluncil wcre stills t It lii'C direw attoiittiohU to '' e rd J l.il.vda c. re-: t' iaI' i' thi e local polico -;bdm F d ii i o'Illll i' J o JI:The ' Ir.cI"Icd ou 1dv1nc...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VIII. A FACE IN THE CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

, THE . MASTER -PASSION. OHAPTER VIII. A FACiE IN THE CROWD. "It is easy to see whom Miss Ham ilton. favours,"' said Lady Elfrida ma liciously, as the only rival whom she would acknowledge to 'be :dingerous came down the, next morning- veady -'dresse?d'- r the Aldershot races, ' in . a " becoming costume. of soff. grey plush, and delicately tinted marveilleuse wiiLh a knot of crimson ribbon on the top of her parasol. i "if Bluebottle .were only running to-day, Mr. Deverel, I would have put a' diamond-fly on my shoulder." "You make me wish he were. -Light foot is sure to win, so Miss Hamilton is on the right side." Nevertheless, though he took her part,. Cis Deverel would' have liked to see:any other color on his. fiancee's sunshade. Why was it that she in all circumstances identify herself with Val Beresford, ,a man whom she had. known for a' fortnight ? He asked himself that. question a hundrbd times. a day, but as yet without finding a favourable answer: Cis had so arranged matter...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. The Commissioner of Patents has accepted the complete specifications in the following instances, and lhe par L.culars here given of the various in ventions have been prepared by Messrs G. G. Turri & Co., Patent Attorney, of th3 Rialco, 499 Collins Street, Mel bourne, from the latest " Illustrated Official Notes." Horse Gag.-This is usable for ani mals to keep the.mouth open- and - al low',of denial work, or of medicine ýgiv ing.-F. Swale, of England,' under the Convention. Motor Cycle Carburettor.-Alomised fuel and air are supplied to fabric lined conduits in the full tank base. The' fabric is kept stretched or extended. -E. R. Godward, of N .Z. Complex ore bath-Smelting. To extract silver lead and blende from mixed bres.-E. Langgath, of Belgium, er the Convention. Motor car emergency tyre.-This is made of Coir rope, and is strapped on.-R. A. Harris and A.' W. Pearse, i New South -Wales.' Machine to write a multitude of sig natures simultaneously. This ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

WA R BURTON. "\\eath.er- I iin;i " l" i ll: s 's i n.ni ; fI siiow. lll it . feel .diec . ;tt' raict. ed lIy a lw ?e ct:k endcu t,;uirits it th 105 w .,e , ,i'i : t I *ie ?lctermiii''idi soi-t. " ial lu nearly ? tl foighlt tjieir 1 11v t 'the sunnilii:.' a d rde prinl d S-t--, t r i 'c - liar- t i 'li:- i sO:itlnc. - a rre-u l, i-A .ek. 'acer: -e iilu tii nei-w r,ll, I1, l l-l lt lu litil~ . t i: i u si:w c a t t 0 a11 lun ,,I hin Inr Ithe l c'Iinel (',t .re. k turt i 1i. i . IIt wei cr. "14 l : w:?_ snl,) iug rii-tl :n,tllly It1 tihe time, and 11II the w(rld : w' ,-s wl,ile. .the J.alrly were. Qnuite +its tied. " Scri.M- s chartg.--iThe iain licull' a.rrest ?c Iist wei- u k n ti t cr Iluini ichl r'i . will b; 1,ro+)ught llfore til e lo-, I1 al ti Hi at ItariuIrto c' i uI ttnorrtw. Suecessful candidates--.rwo 1c-11 :ladidalI: s at the'recent cxa-.linut i in f:r a-ini.ission, t.!) he :ostal or Svice ia'ye ,een gazelt ed as sle cessful: 'ii.; Joh li r i'lt t .ni lld J1 iln iO:kle y. \...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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DRYING OFF COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

DRYING OFF COWS. There is a- general agreement as to the desirability of allowing a cow a period of rest by dryifig off the milk .during the closing, darys of' gestation; :bit- the ::ulestion i: s:For; how. long ? Within reason, the cow should be iiiilk ed as soon as possible, and, especially is this the case with young heifers. This is called inculcating the milking habit, and the best experience goes to show that as the cow is treated one year, she expects to be treated again. Further, the dairy farmer needs to get the- greatest amount of profit in' the least. possible time, and- at the minimum cost. , A rest from milk ing is, of course for the benefit of the cow, and of the yield -fter .calving. in the case of a poor milker, there is no--difficul y about fixing the -period during 'which she should be- dry, as she, simply goes. dry herself, generally t6o. soon for her' owner, .and some will take as .,much as ihree months' rest, or only" yield in response -tso generous feeding a qu...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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MILLGROVE. FOOTBALL CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

MILLGROVE. .. FOOTA'LL C'LB CONC(ERT. (From Oiur Ow- Corresl"oncd :n.)% ) j1 As brielly iuciltioned l?st lisuele, a concert wna W iven-in the local l-tall on atuidavi, Jul) 4th 'iaid ' of Ji." e Millgrove 1c pothbil Clitb. by the nieni a hers offthlic local Ragtime -linstrel.s- 1] I 'he ihall. was crowded. and ai gqd a T",giamin ?ras- rendered..- On tie risi?g" of the culirtail i ahl lf-circle if a]i~pyl) -looking, darkics fccd itie tldicii.ce with 'lu'; <litl .W uritc guerit •e."s-. " 11 rs l i)iut oFenedl witl/"i' brilli:"'ltly i -placyed i;vecrlll . -lThe fol- p lwhig ' songs '?-Ai' 'e'riiede'ed 'by- tile thinstre l' trille: -' u f i on th i1eG l doc. Sword:.' ?it : lkiies- (\. Shel (tflin)' coliiC songol st- Il?runboh (J c S'li ldol ) :l - old I Ne'ticky -iitnlo " 1 Allr I'riiw\'li (f. . ilodigi) i; "luckei ullp 'youl lils. 1iss':( Lil 'i ." 31c Kelly" (A. :ll l)1:l "\ l0viig D.I;\ :-Nr _uAl-hb.ll (.1. Wa;,lker):' " i!ve - if" -1 li:it.zz (1. 1lOais) "Nio one know\\' ...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. SOW SOME 'SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment.. The world is eager for something new, which, however sim ple it may be, will save labor, -or ex pense, or do things bet:er Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. People' who'-haridie things -ii every-. day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists- of to-morrow Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then -secure .our own 'legal -monopoly for your rights;by 'becoming a patentee: 2. If. that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever inventio'n, put him on the track aboiut patents by telling him where he can 'obtain the "Invenors' Guide." 3. :Four yourself, obtain this book, which tells what to invent, where to patent, how to sell patents, the price inventions have sold for, what price have been offered (in cash) for inven tions, and what. E...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. " The quantity of mangel seed to use per acre is from 61b to 101b' When ,dibbled properly, 31b will suffice. .Nearly half of the dry: matter in vegetation consists of the element car bon; and all of it is derived from the carbonic acid gas 'contained in the at mosphere.., . At what-rate should barley be seed ed to the acreP Some tests show that 1831b gave the- best return. There was a much larger yield of grain and -a superior quantity of In the domain of agriculture it used to be thought that a man could suc ceed only where the soil was right, the water supply right, and the cli mate right.- Now it is recognised that ithe chief element of success is thle maiL;himself, SLandseeklrs from other parts of this State, and from overseas, are rapidly, taking the good land with ?water "rights in the Echuca district. Growers of citrous fruits and lucerne tivrators -are paying high prices for well-situated blocks. The ostriches ,on Mr. Sanderson's Echuca ostrich farm are s...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRUNING APPLE TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

PRUNING APPLE TREES. "As the result of several years' ex perience," writes an American orchar dist,' "I venture to say that after the tree ,is once' formed into the correct shape summer pruning is the most eco nomical for either young or bearing trees. Oft the young trees it pro motes a solid, strong frame at an early age, and on the bearing tree it pro motes: fruitfulness. , During the first three years-: all -.the energy of the young tree should be concentratet into - building up- a strong framework for the future. The most desirable tree for planting is a one-year-old on a two-year-old root; - and in Iplihting such a tree the top should be cut back to. the..point where the future head is to be foimed, or at .a height of about eighteen inches 'from the ground. "As soon as growth. starts, all the shoots that appear where they are not wanted must be rubbed off, leaving only. three.to 'five well arranged bran ches that are to become .the leaders in the frame of-the future tree. The o...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 17 July 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. Mr S, DORNOM wishes to return his sincere THANKS to all kind friends for their visits, letters and telegrams, floral tributes, and other messages of sympathy, ieceived from them-during' his late sudden and-sad bereavement. Anderson-street, Lilydale 17-7-14. .

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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