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

CELERY. It is the objipt of every good kitc:ben gardeiine to havo a supply of welil bleached,- orisp -celery; and to Ihave it as early and -late as possible is one of theo points in gardening to :wh.cal attention should be paid. 'At .the same time, there are difficulties iu tlhe way of obtaining it early in some places to whlich it is advisabie to call attenl tion,, as "the -situation best fitted to bring forward early peas, cauliflowers and potatoes, "is -not always the one that produces ealy .celeiy. It is generally admitted that the celery of our gardenis is an- improved variety of a wild plantl found in'ditch i-s- and other niarshy- places, where' it grows, seeds, ahnd. reprodiiees itself in the usual way; and. it is,,generally found in the greatest vigor when near the sea coast or a 'tidal river, salt in some shape being beneficial, to it. Grow. ing naturally in such places, it is hard ly suiprisiiig .that the progress of the cultivated' plant in dry, hot garden soils during th...

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

WaARBUITON MAILS. Mails close for Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.?. .daily. Lilyd lo, 3.15 p.m.- daily. Recei'ved from ?Melbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. daily. Mails close for M'Ma?to's Creek and Walsli's Creek at 11.15 a.m. "on Mondays, .Wednesdays and Fridays

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

LILYDALE POST OFFICE. \iaiis close as I-clow: Melbourne, 7.20 a.m., 11 a.m., 8 p.m. daily; - nMoorcolbark, Rinugwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.-. daily. IIealesville, Z ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.r daily. Warburton, Y: rarJunction, Laun ching Place, W ri Yallock, Wan dii Yallock, Wa lin North. Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The. box at the Railway Station is -cleared daily previous to trains leaving for Melbourne. Late fee' charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily.. Money :Orderi Office closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Eviery other day open. fromh 9 am:. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mails and Registered Mails .close at 11 a,m. and 6 p.m.

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

.COURTS O'. PETTY :SESSIONS; Healesville.-_Every' Thu9sday, at SLilyLdaze.-Every . Friday, at ,9:30 a.'m. WVarburton.-Fvery Saturday, at A130 im. * Clerk of Courts.-Mr T. B3. Wade. Police Magistrates.--Dr. R. H. Cole and MIr II. Morrison. i District Justices.--F. . Lithgow, Coldstream; R. H. Henty, Wonga Park; R. T. Kings and Dr. A. E. Syme, Lilydale; J. Rouget, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; M. C. Bridger, Croydon; C. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. I Ellis, Dixon's Creek; WT. Privett and W. Jolliffile, Healesville; H. Ewart, Hodde's Creek ; J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, WTarburton; J. H. Thomp son, M.A.;, Silvan; A. G. Buller, I -West. Warburton; Jas. Hunter, Bee nak,; T. WV. Simpson, -W. A. .Whar ington; =?. A.- T. Payne Lilydale; Richard .3. Kelly, .Croydon. -~:' _ I

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

SHIRIE COUNCILS MEET:- Lilydale.-Fourtlih Monday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, MIr Hamilton Sinclair, C.E.. Upper Yarra.-First 4 Monday in eaoi'. month. Sieciretary, Mr B. Mor ey;" Engineer ir A?. K. ,T.: Sambell. 'Eltbam.-.First ?Ionday in. each month.: :Secretary-and Engineer,;? Ir A. G. Thlomas, O.E.

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

1- WAEBURTON. -4 ?-- - Woodman! Spare that troe!- When the Public Works Department, at the cost of much public money, made a track through the mountain forest to Uement Creek, it was probably under lon the impression that it had ensured for vas all time to the wonder-seeker the privi (on lege of rolling through avenues of giant ry. gums. If reports are true, however, for the P.W.D. has merely succeeded in giv in- ng facilities to the sawmiller to obtain *st easier access to their spoil. It is said tes that noble specimens of mountain ash, bordering the track, have been felled :ill and removed, and that the track has Ls been used as the means of carriage. The ow Progress League has made enquiries, lie and finds that (incredible though it may ys seem to the ordinary person with a "bit cl of common'") the P.W.D. is waiting le for the Forestry Department to proclaim le a reservation, while the Forestry De es partment is waiting for the P.W.D. to furnish it with a plan of the track. Mean...

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

TWO DOSES GIVE RELIEF.-"I am subj~c to bowel complaints which cause pain and inconvenience"' writes Mr Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn road, Auburni, Vie. but two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diorr hoea Remedy gave immediate relief. I am pleased to know there is such a safe and certain remedy as Cham berlain's Colic and Diorrhoea Re medy, and always keep a bottle handy.' Sold by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale; C. Hansen, Millgrove; Scott and Al lena Y?rra Glenr 8.H. Bradshaw a?nd IT NEVERFAILS.-'For years we have been using Chamberlains'Cough Remedy,' says Mr Herbert II. Wood head, Wentworth, N.S.W, 'We have six children and never use any thing else for thetreatment of cough colds and bronchial complaints. I confidently recommend Chamberlain Cough Remedy to everyone, more es pecially to parents, who like myself have young children's health to safe guard. It never fails to give relief in- all cases. Sold by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale; J. R. Murray, Seville; Scott andAl len, Yarra Glen.; J. Buchana...

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

A pJ.- OYNER LJCENSE D CARRIER.1 ALL TRATNS 'MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CHARGES MODERATE. FIURNTITUIRE RITnMOED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIR , CAIPiiNTiER iindl BUILDER. CLARIKE STIl:ET,, LILYDAE. PRICES SUI3MITTED: FOR ALL KINDS OF "ORK.' JOBBT;G .sl~ui~ iik .A X'jECIALITY. ALL OIORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. -- ... . .. ....--: . 1. . . . •BQ'ING G'; T:E, , WISIHES to co1:t y his Tl in:ks to the Lilydale public fbr the gcner ous support given, him during tihe past year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to. intimate that le has purchased a. very Fino A sortmen~ of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. . .. NOVELTIES. N OVELTIES. NOVELTiES. CONFECTIONERY. .CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTI.ONERY," vell worthy of insicction. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and C-lEAP. .Wishing. all Patrons the Compli "ennts of the Season. BAKER 8_ P STRYCOOK Wish'- -' "tXimate to the Resi dents of LILY DALE and surround ing .Districts that he is now carry ine c a Business in MAIN ST., ...

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

Military Camp at 'ilydale. One of. the :first duties of. the Inspector-General ofthe Overseas for ces . (Major-General Sir Ian Ham ilton) after his arriyal in Victoria will be to inspect .the troops att ached to the 13th Infantray Brigade in camp at Lilydale, A mimic bat tl. will- be fought' in the foothiUls thcrei on Fridrid week, and the dis tinguished British officer and. His Excellency. the - Governor-General, (Lord Denman) .will probably be a mongst the critical: spaotators. .` iMofbilisation takes .place on Sat- urday next;- and according .to ar-. rangeinents made by- the State Com 'mandernt (Colonel Parnell) all. the young- soldiers shouldl be., snug in their. tented town soon after dark. This will be the most important of the infantri- camps of continuous training to be held during the year; and about- 3204 fighting men are expected to take part ,fhe camp will continue from Saturday next until, the following week-end,

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

Local, Information 7< PENNY POSTAGE.-. The new postal rates, :including the penny p6stage on letters, came into -force on Monday, 1May 1st, .9191. The reduced rates are as fol tow: TwHROUGIIOUT THE - COMAION WEALTH AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per ½oz. .Lettcr .Cards; single, Id \cach. Do. reply, Id each half.: Post Cards, single, Id each'. Do. reply, Id each half. - Printed Papers, Old per 2oz. Looks, printed-Outside Australia, O} per doz..; in Australia, Old per Soz. MIagazines-Printed in Australia, Old per 8oz, ; outside Australia, Old per 4oz. "HIansard," O½i. per 12oz. Commercial papers, patterns, sam plcs and merchandise, 'ld per 2oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, ovdrsea do minions,. British colonies and pro tectoirates, except the New Hebrides, ld petr Eoz. NEW ZEALAND AND THE - ISLANDS. * The rates" of New Zealand, Fiji, and Britislh Solomon Islands are: Letters, 1d per: Eoz. Post Cards, single, Id. DIo. ieply, id each half. Le...

CRICKET. LILYDALE CLUB'S MATCHES FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

CRICKET. LItYDALE CLUB'S MATCHES FOR THE SEASON. Octobetr . -St Kid"a Baseballers Octob,.r .11 and 18-Wcori Yallock October. 25..and November 8 - Coldstream. November 1-- . C :. November 15 and 21-Seville November 19--South SMclbourn'. C.C. ;mt South "Melbourne. November 26-M.... at M.C.C. November 29--Caulfield Lacrosse C.C. December 6-Preston Decembei" 13. and 20-Coldstream December 17-South Melbourne,' at Lilydale December 27 January 3-St. lKilda- Baseballers January 10. and 17rWoori Yal lock, at Woori Yallock. January 24 and 31-Seville at Se . ville February 7 and 14 ýroori Yal lock February 21 nd 283-Seville : February 25-Soutli'Melbourne, at March 7 .and 14-Coldstream, at March 21-?O.C.O. Coldstream . April: 4-Preston "M.arch 28-Govt.. Pinting Office :April ? fii GovtL. PriiFing Office . South Melbourne All matches on Lilydale ground if not otherwise mentioned. We go to school to. ]earn to-read, We work to win d. prize; We read to learn whit others sell, Then why not, Advertis...

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

EXPLAINED. Little Willie, whose people are .not' very strict 'churchgoers, went to a ncw 'school, and n the other. boys cross-exaim iied him, s booys will:- - "What church do you go to?" they demanded. !"Well," answercd Willie, , ':I don'.t go to any church much, but the Chuich of England is the one I stay away from."

BIG SUIDEIVISONAL SALE HIGH PRICES & BRISK BIDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

BIG SUB DIVISIONAL SALE HIGH PRICES & BRISK BIDDING. Saturday, 31st, was a record date in the annals of Evelyn, for on that occasion the Evelyn Township Es-   tate was submitted by Messrs Cog- hill and Haughton to public auction. This estate was originally held by the Alexander family, and then it came into the possession of Mr Eng- land; he resold about 12 months ago to Mr Dempster, from whom   Mr Fitzgerald Snowball bought it   The new owner decided that from the     position of the land alongside the railway station, it was a most desir-   able township site ,and placed the   lot in the hands of Coghill and Haughton to subdivide with carte blanche as to expenses. Plans and booklets were forwarded   all over the country. The result was a perfect gem. Special artists had photographed the most beau-   tiful of the Evelyn scenery and these   with g...

YARRA JUNCTION TRAMWAY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

YARRA JUNCTION TRAMWAY. To the Editor. Sir,-Recently, when on a journey   from Warburton to Lilydale by rail, I found from the conversation among pas- sengers who entered the car at the Yarra Junction station, that great dis- satisfaction is felt by sawmillers and   residents of the Little Yarra Valley and Beenate as to the general conduct and   management of the Shire Council's   steam tram line (perhaps better known as the Powell Co.'s line), connecting   Yarra Junction with the Little Yarra   and Beenate districts. Great bitter-   ness was felt and expressed by farmers   and other residents of the districts con-   cerned at the inadequate provision for   the accommodation of passenger traf- fic. The greatest dissatisfaction, how- ever, lay in the fact that farmers, and   more especially the various milling com-   panies, were ...

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

EVELYN~ BUSH FIRES.       (From Our Own Correspondent).:   For a fortnight past, a bush fire has   been raging in the vicinity of the     Stringy Bark Creek, but, on the 24th   January, aided by a brisk wind and the   excessive heat, it made a sweep in the   direction of our settlement, skimming the properties of Messrs Haynes, Evans,   Doyle, Carey, and Jaughin, clearing out   the scrub, but not affecting the home steads. Mr. Clegg's house on the Clegg   road and the Board of Works' cottage   near by had a narrow escape, but the   flames were beaten back. The fire also   took a run to the lines of Mr. S. Duns   tan's cultivation block, but finding no   feeding-ground, rushed forward to Mr.   Clancy's area, running down Brushy Creek, taking...

RAISING CROPS WITH GUNPOWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 February 1914

RAISING CROPS WITH GUN-' POWDER. The old brown gunpowder, formerly standard in the United States navy, but disused since the introduction of smokeless powder, has been found by the Navy Department to pos.ses valru Sa fertiliser, we are told by the . In ventive Age. Says this paper: "Brown powder contains about 80 per cent. of potassium nitrate, both of which are constituents of fertilisers. The au thorities at Indlian Had, the navy proving station, wrote to the Agricul tural Department anid asked the ex ports if they did not wanut to experi ment with the gunpowder as fertiliser. I I'he, offer was refused. Then the navy oflicials determined to use it themnselves on the truck patch in connection with the proving ground. The result is re poited to ho most promising. The garden truck succeeded beyond all prI-. vrions records. The plan is to be tried on a larger scale." Adorer: "Won't you try and !ove mc?" Boston Girl: "I fear thatl I could never love a man whoi says 'try and' instead of...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 February 1914

Practical a-rBot .arn1 Shoe. Maker Repairp : eed ti ith e and despatch oý do=oe on pre 'ses at lo?cest prices compý!tibý : it . ..oodn iat eiia: and wolrkmansh Enable you to finish a room- wit chari' acter. Their' beauty of iPdesign I:and workmanship has made: friends o?. them throughout , the Commonwealth. -.,' They are hygienic, fire-prof, of diec iir mtive charm, and inexpens.ive can :e : :washed down and .do- not coIe it 'us - : " :, and -vermin. Catas a ?l- s iiib :. o For --.. ., J , Headac e . It : . . wPrimaest jBeef, ht.utho, Cornod . '. ork a. _ To us . d... t. . iL..... able -a"Le lrock Prices. Sin'?1 Goods a . .peciit . CAE iILL ACON und I :S . 1wav. o. hand. . Customers Avai:ed upon dnil ic o-,? les - ro.iptly tt- t. " Accommodation 1,?n?es F.p.e?,all .Uac?Ce For.. An Up to-date COOLING CHII311R 1S ittached to the premises to cope v;ithi ti e- . weather ,J. ILO N . 2 r. .. gh *s *0 S Telegrams -ct a ir t Sttdnt`on Cofnas forwarGd to roy pay '0 ILEA-JOFI eiE DA C , .. . ...

[?]TARY ENCAMP [?] AT LILYDALE [?] OF TROOPS. [?] GAILY DECORATED. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 February 1914

y ENCA'YIP= AT LILYDALE OF TROOPS. y - ig1l DECORATED. t~h} is Iilydatle suitable t tt fora * .i~nutiic~ pc tule I~e b.h ni thcl I ilvdrde ; l'hs l' t i)Con ' iii' itt a n r lel if by. *.. Cflt ('Itt1· I~ltn: -", ta. l~ie i tiut eof .: 11'11111 t jruclire : '11( 1 t : C for. -r tnz!jit~ le iuinli c.ip i e. itt- p 1 u r that ar i,.,;e1C1 Ii y riC tOi aln tucr l's t for j r fan , 5ili ltl rc"lt hu * madlenrl and e *; jaer t llilld tio 1doi:t tro an ih cbatrs murossll th.e 1U i adcilr arriaed, `T1 col than t a COil l h old" V(1i 1ii, as *, "' ntut It A ita-i llatL sC 11 '311:[ fo Schief stl otleer Itutrn, laid aownr Stur otui,, baths :%In ordnance parties ..: units were busily ·;4 tents and other :,teanaccs in propa -,in body, which waLs ;i.? ing dcay. It was h o: tere ere about, 300 i: ia campl many of •t. whlose work I?. Vi, ' vry g,,ood.' i v the qui viveC ':iturdiy imor1i Sit hatch of "our .':rived, altnI I . ca.eled :! 1.c.! t hronhuu the :.,r b:ataluii s f5 l I successionl, and -...

MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 February 1914

-MARIETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter. -Quotations are without al teration, but an advance is not consid ered unlikely. Superfine butter is quoted at 11ld, other choice 111d, prime I11l, good 10.Id to 10d, and poorer quality from 9,d upwards. Dairy butter is in short, supply, but the in quiry is small. Prime private dairy and separator butter is quoted at 9d to a)d, and storekeepers' mixed lots at, 7.~d to 3d. Cheese-Prime new cheese, is quoted at 5.d to' Sid, special loaf size Gd, with medium to good quality at from 5d to •5.,d. Semi-matured is worth 6ild to 7d, and mild, mellow-matured Sd to 8sd, and occasionally up to 9d. Bacon and Hams.-Good to primo light sides are quoted at 10d to 101id, spccial cures at lid, medium-weights b'd to 9d, heavy 71d to 3d, light mid dies 10,d to 11d, special at up to 1/, medium weights 9Od to 10d, heavy from 71d. jackets 73d to Sid, shoulders 61 to 7d. There is little demand for hams. Prime to choice bagged are quoted at 1/2 to 1/3, light weight...

The New Police [?] [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 February 1914

The New Police Mr George Read V Police Magistatt ar.. ceed Mr I1. Mloirin, i ing from il-health, p Court of Petty Shet:;it ;ille on Thurh+ f.r:? \With him on t hel'-,. Privett and Jolltije, ]'i Before the ea e li;: cd, ir K Illv, on il Addre,eed Ml r .urg'. in such a large and ?,u as that to which 1r been appointed, h n: in its numerous eor m any sp.ec'es of : would tend to boredo could not appreciz:' which stood out L' wMurphy had had a l: the sphere of work i? now found. lite romance the rtnals ti tion, and had inn' most terrible engiaee? truction. T'his was i P.M's. book, "Bewod' to the Victori.n i. Murphy invented. 1i on then to refer to ti~ in and' works on cr son leformn. He sai?d 1now found himself i Ssphere in which he . ticafly apply his m?t ter of punishments. it wag not only oa to duty for the sula etc generatiod to use the nestowed upon hile direct the less favo:rd duty was felt by si something higher Itc: reward and em.lal - former from the eross ity downwards was sever...

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