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HODDLE'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
HODDLE'S CREEK. (From Our Own Correspondent) Tho a uniial mceting of St. uik'e's Church, Hloddles' Creek, was lield on WeCdnesday,; 27th January, 'pre. sided over' by" Rev. G. Gilder, vicar of Wa1r)burton.i A very satisfact6ry balance sheet:, was .presented. . local commit tco was appointed to control the letting of the clhurch hall, with Mr G. Rogers as secre tary. 'l'ie hall will be 'let; free of ccst for ticrely local functions, and this privilege will no doubt be ta, ken full advantage of. Good progress is being made in getting our road tQ the station' ir good . order. The greater part of the new deviation- has already re ceived a, good coating of metal, which will h1.G a great boon when the winter is uon [us again.
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
RECIPES. To Bottle Green Peas.--;hell and wash the peas, and then boil them for three -minutes is slightly-salted water. Then rinse in cold water, and put them imniediately into jars with- screw-tops. Put a teaspooiful of sugar into each jar,-and then fill them nearly to the top with cold water, to which a small quan tity of salt has been added. Seal down the jars, and put them in a large sauce pan, packing them round with hay or straw to keep them from.bumping to gether. Pour in sufficient cold water to cover the jars; heat the water quickly, and then let it boil fast for ?Y1 hour. If the peas absorb some of the water in the jars it does not mat ter. Lift the jars out of the water. and let them cool gradually in a place free from draughts. The jars must be kept closed until the peas are required for use. Stuffed Potatoes and Fish.-Select good large potatoes, pare them, cut a small piece off one end so that they can stand erect. Cut a larger piece off the other end and scoup a hole ...
ON ACTIVE SERVICE WITH THE TROOPS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
ON ACTIVE SERVICE WI'ITV T.LL T"ROOPS. (To the Editor.) Sir,:--y the courtc3y of the cdi S,tors of M1elbourne's daily papers; the public have become and been a kept acquainted with the practical n and patriotic services rendered to e Victorian troops by the Field Ser x vice department, of the Melbourne Young 31cn's Christian Association. May I ask of you somec space to bring such work more iummediately before the readers ofr your paper! In the ':off-duty': hours of a large military camp lurk many subtle da.n gcrs, and with the sudden flinging together of young men of all types from all kinds of homes, tihere springs up an uIrgent., inesclapble need for some , intensely practical and broad humanlita:rian scheme of social service. Since 18th August last this association. with its lield k agencies and activities tha:t make lfor healthyl rlecreation anid moral Sand spiritual luplil. Ir,? h 1 en oper atingi at the IBrILadne:adows Con ceintration Camp. oeyond thl:s. an enlarged lppmrtunit...
TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
tl TURF TOPICS I. (By "Flemington.") n I I' - ---- S Last week a warning was sounded in Sthi' column in regard to Averse. It a has since become increasingly evident e that the beautiful and speedy impor s ted English bred mare is giving her trainer some anxiety. Averse is still a daily visitor at Flemington. but she s is very rarely asked to go out of a.. canter. This would lead. to the be lief that all is not well'with her. Averse may still be got to the post for her autumn engagements, .but in the meantime; no liability should be ac cepted on her behalf. - . Misfoitunes rarely come singly. s P. T. Heywvood who has averse in hand 1certainly has his full share of the Stroubles, of a trainer just. now. Tra quette recently met with an accidenit Swhich laid her aside for a few days, and First Principle, another of the 'teami is showing unmistakable signs of Ssoreness. In the case of Traquette, the outlook is not, however iliscourag ing. She is now pretty well herself again, and wiill n...
UNEMPLOYED AND THE WAR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
(To the Editor.) Sir.--. sea by the report in your paper of the 'last meeting of the Upper Ynrra Council, that when the matter of unemployment was mentioned, Cr Ewart said. i"Let them go to the war.'" Now. if Cl Ewa~rt. had a family of young chil dren depending on him (which. thank the Lord, he has not., and I hlope he never will). how would he like to be hunted off to the war just because lie could not find oemployment? If Ci" Ewa~rt thinks so much of the war. why doesn't he go hiinself I There is nLO doubt that Kitchener would be more than plea:sed to have the assistance of Cr Ewla:t.-Yours. etc.. S NOT' OUT OF WOR1K. Yarra Junction, 2/2/15.
TO SUCCEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
TO SUCCEED. Are you trying to climb where the chosen are; Where the feet of men are few Do you long for "a job' that is worth one's while?'' Well, here is a thought, for you: The-pots of gold at the rainbow's. end Are sought by the teeming mob, But the fairies who 'guard them-choose as friend The man who loves his job. No matter what grip of hand he has How poor or strong his brain, There's always a place for the man who loves His work with might and main; Does. he dig a ditch, or blaze a trail Where the dream of man may run No clod of earth shall shoulder him From his place out in' the sun! It *isn't the kick, it's not the pull, That brings the strong man out; But it's long-time work and it's all " time will, And the .cheerful heart and shout! Have faith in yourself9 Do_ you want to win? Is your heart for success athrobl There's just one thing can bring you in :With the winners-love your job!
THE PRICE OF BREAD. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
(To, the Editor.) 'ir.-LIf lits been runiored in Lily dale th'lt I' have been, t-he cause of the incra:Lse in the price of brecad, and 4it is quita .obvious the purpo se in, view is to .injure` m'?y business. -I-wish it to be knownl that the' rumor refcrre:l to is ab sclutcly false. and as' I have cer -ta;in information in hand regarding this matter. I would warn. those 'who are circulating the rumor that thy are running a. grave danger. Fit'rther, I unm prepared to pay the sumi of £5 to any l'ersoa who can :rave that I 'have been the ca0s. of .he increase in tihe price of bre:ol. TI:e eld saying, 't"When the slce pinches: etc. is well kinown. and perhaps' t lh fact that I. have considerably increased my bread trade during the .past. 12 months will prove that it is not only vaIl known, but vary true. Yours, etc., 1. 11. CATIICAIRT'. Olind:. ]kmkery., Lilydale. 3/2/1:.
BEEKEEPING FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
BEEKEEPING FOR WOMEN. A woman writes: ''Now beekeeping gives the women of the farm home a reason for being out of doors, and at just the season when the world is most beautiful. Moreover, the apiary is al ways in a pleasant place. One thing that holds my attention is that, how ever unattractive the surroundings of the farmhouse, the bees have a pleas ant corner in the orchard or in some 'other partly sunny spot. Whether they know it or not the women of the farm home who care for the bees get some good air and some good healthy out door labor, and meanwhile they are not troubled with insomnia. How many "a country wife has wondered and re sented during her sleepless hours the sound and perfect sleep of her husband, when the only reason for this differ ence lay in the fact that his work was in the open air and hers in the stuffy house. h'oThen there is another and more fundamental reason for beekeeping as a woman's interest. I would prescribe as a' means for preserving sanity and sound...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
SHI OP.M LILL4YDALE. Statement of Accounts for the year ended 30th September; 1914. Statement of Rates,. A GENERAL RATE'of ONE SHILLING AND NINEPENCE in the POUND, to the 30th September, 1914, made 27th day of January, 1914.. "Amount Amounts Amounts Arr Aears Arrears Amount Tctal Ridings: Valuation. of Collected. Uncollected B•ought Rates ua oft. Rate. Forward. ? Abandoned. Arrears. North-western ...i 21,704 0 0 1,899 2 0 1,725 8 11. 173 13 5 -130 1 11 122 13 2 7 1 4 174 0 7 Eastern ... ... 15,103 0 0 1,32110 3 1,254 3 5 67 6 10 41 2 6 22 0 7 6.8 8 79 6 0 South-western ...! 30,167 10 0 2,639 13 1 2,466 15 -0 172 18 1 120 14 6 43 13 8 43 2 5 206 16 0 66,974 10 0 5.860 5 4 5,446 0. 41318 4 291 1811 188 7 5 56 12 5 460 2 7 Loan Accounts. Loan No. S. 1913. Oct. I- S.W.R. N.W.R." E.R. Amount. 1913. Oct. I- S.W.R. N.W.R. E.R. Amount. To Balances ... 430 3 o 258 9 Io 594 Io 8 By Balance ... 94 2 2 1914. Sept 30- 1914. Sept. 30 To Balance ... 94 2 2. / 'By Contracts ... 182 . 4 182 .1 4 ,, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
E. A. ATHERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, A GREETIh'NG To Our.Customers and Friends. W Wear here tosteay. We are here to maek' a success. We like the country and the people. We like Our Busi. ness, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. THE BEST GOODS and THE LOWJT PRICES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. First-class Vaiut In DRAPERY OLOTHIN G BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROCKERY, GROCERIES Orders Delivered all over the District. Don't forget the. Address : E. A. ATHERTON YARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The National Oattle Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY- ANYTHING. EELP YOUR -NEWSPAPER. The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PRTN-T ING. If you do not feel able to' run advartisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads,, envelopes, and all busi ness printing tq execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps him to pay his print...
CATCH CROPS FOR FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
CATCH CROPS FOR FODDER. The value of a mixture of vetches and barley for providing a liberal amount of feeding for milking stock at periods of the year when- pastures must be,, supplemented has been well demonstrated at the Moumahaki. Expe rimental Farm. On the 14th March of last. year" a five-acre field of. rye stubble was disced and sown with vet ches and barley, the seeding being at the rate of 2, bushels per acre, and the manuring 1 cwt. of Thorns phos phate per acre. Twenty fattening bullocks-for topping off after being brought to good.condition on swedes=- were turned on to this growth,.18 in. in height, on the 25th June, and on the 8th July they were in prinie -mar keting form. The twenty bullocks had left the crop-eaten down hard: On .the 17th of the same month twenty store bullocks were turned in, and the bite of green stuff remaining was supple mented by mangels carted out to the field. By the 13th August, when they, were taken out, the cattle were in fat and~ forward cond...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Oorrespondent.) There are many. deserving. cases among the unemployed, but their cause is not being made any stronger by the h ysterical crowd who are espous ing it and incidentally getting a lot of the limelight that is their de light. The metropolitan evening newspaper is the worst offender in this respecb. Its campaign in the in terests of those suffering from the stress of the time is spoiled by maw kish sentiment and ill-judged- tactics. The committee who have undertaken to collect public subscriptions for relief funds and disburse the money have a not,-too-pleasant task. Strikes at this juncture, and the general attitude of the workers who get the ear of the public are not calculated to loosen up the hold upon the money on the part of those who have something to spare. A letter published in the press the other day gives expression to feeling in the matter which it cannot-be de-li-d' is very general. The writer says:-The sole reason for the un...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
OUR LETTER. Uo X ---oo-- Without necessarily: indorsing the _-.opinions of our correspondents, we shall :be glad to" insert- communi cations bearing on topics of public anterest, .which nSay be intelligent :iy and briefly expressed and free from ;personalities,- on condition of receiving the. writer's'real name, not necessarilyfor.pitiblication, but as a. guarantee.. of good faith.
Lilydale Express FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
FRIDAY, PEIRUATlY ., 1915. - 'orty-five residents or sons oi residents from the Lilvdale. shire have up to date joined the Expedi :ionary F'orces. After spending severa.l weeks in Scew South WaVles. 3adame Melba -e'trned to Coombe Cottage on aMonda.y last. WVedne'sday nekt lhas been gaz ettid ;b public holiday - throughout thce'Lilvdale shire for the combined Suniday schools picnic to Hampton. Senior . Co;isaitle 'IRobinson, of Wychep.roof, las been appointed to the charge of the Lilydale police sta.lion. rendered vacant by Senior Coinstable Cortin's. promiotion to Coburg. Mr Win. Hubbard. of "Sunny Vale,". Steel's Creek, has been ac corded a walkover for the seat in the Eltham Shire Council rendered vacant by the resignation of Cr P1. F. Downer. who has gone to tho war. f In this issue the Country Roads Board invite tenders for metalling the Evelyn-aMonbulk road at M'3'Ki lop's, Cottinghami's. Storer's. and Henderson's deviations; also portion of existing road. Tenders are re turna...
RIPENING THE CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
RIPENING THE CREAM. The development of a certain degree of sourness in the cream is most de sirable. It produces more butter of bet ter quality, which keeps longer. But beyond this stage of souring when the cream is said to be ripe, it is undeirable to go. Experience teaches the dairy maid when the correct degree of acidity has been reached. It may be judged by the taste and the smell, or may be determined by the acidimeter when the cream shows an acidty of .5. When cream has passed this stage undesirable fermentation changes set which spoil the flavor and keeping quality of the butter, and what is of much more importance, from the point of view of the present discussion, such cream yields a very soft butter. To ensure the best results, therefore, one must churn the cream when it is ready. A weekly "churning day" in hot weather will not suffice. As regards the churn ing itself, it is practically impossible without the use of ice. To obtain firm butter in the heat of the day, much th...
SEAWEED AS A MANURE FOR POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
SEAWEED AS A MANURE FOR POTATOES. Fresh seaweed contains about the same quantity of nitrogen as well rotted farmyard manure, and consider ably more potash, while, on the other hand, its contents in phosphate are less. According to a leaflet issued by the Irish Department of Agriculture, tit can be used with advantage for every crop on the farm or garden to which farmyard manure is applied, and, ow ing to the large quantity of available potash it contains, is especially suit able for growing potatoes-although it has been observed that when potatoes. that have been grown with large quan tities of seaweed are dug up in the green state, the tubers are inclined to be more waxy than those grown with farmyard manure. This drawback is not quite so apparent when the tubers are left on the ground until fully ma tured, or when superphosphate has been used, together with the seaweed, or when it has been ploughed into the land during the previous autumn or winter. Therefore, an effort should be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
S - ublic Notices. TUESDAY, FEB. 9. YARRA. GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMPIELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) -will hold their \usual Bi-monthly ;Sale in' their yards at Yarri, Gleii on the above date, when they will have forward, the .usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRING-ERS, FAT ANJ) STORE COWS, and lines of DAIRY HEI-FERS,-.STEERS, AND YOUNG-CATTLE. Entries now being received for this - Sale .by CAM'IPBELL & SONSJ, ;BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. 'CGLELLAND V. CO. STOCK, 'STATION, LAND;, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION,. 1r D). G '. ACi'lclall(d, A cticoni cor. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY ..iONDAIY. .t L.J30 p.m. ...Of... CATTLE,.. HIORSES, - P'IGS, POULTRY, FIURNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for Fur niture. Owing t'V the great CXl;:.use of business. we IpurposC in Ilih co(rse !of ;, Ilno?tlih o(r .o IJaving two Auc Lioneers on S.ale DIVy. ENTRIES INVIT;D. Camberwell Grammar School DAY AND) ]IOARDING...
NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for granm of letters pa tent, which have beeoon lodged in the following nanmes, have been accepted by the Commissioners: Messrs G G. Turri and Co., Patent Attorneys No 1, of Australia, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, have prepared this report from the official reords:- Distance Operated Field Gate.-At each side of the hinge post is an arm with a catch to hold, the gate open when required, and the usual holding back posts are omitted. The operat ing chains are caused to work the catches on the arias, and also when the gate is closed, the catch of the gate. C. W. Marshall, Victoria. . Cross Flow Windmill.-Has radial spindles supporting horizontal hollowed vanes.-J. H. Schlroeder, N.S.W. Disinfectant Feeder.-This has parts of simple make for use with sinks and. closets, and includes a vessel of dis infcctant liquid. The user has merely to depress a projecting button or handle, and the result is that a charge of liquid is ...
LIME. ITS USES AND VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
LIM.E. ITS USES AND VALUE. It is one of the advantages of liming the soil that the lime has a chemical action, disintegrating the mineral con stituents in the soil, and thus rendering available for plant nourishment the soil potash and phosphates which would otherwise remain inert. For this reason its application this season is especially appropriate, be cause its action will release soil potash, and thus help to make up for the lack of the ordinary commercial potash. Liming the soil was a general prac tice half a century ago, but its use has become less general. There is, how ever, evidence in many parts of the country, that., apart from the above consideration, applications of lime are becoming essential, and although it may not be necessary to revert to the old practice of such heavy dressings as 6 or 8 tons to-the acre, it is probable that smaller dressings of about a ton to the acre, applied once in the course of each rotation, would be attended with good results, especially in...
BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915
BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. The Minister for Agriculture, Mr. .Hutchinson, received a deputation from the Chamber of Agriculture, which dis cussed the question of the inquiry into the bulk handling of wheat. The Rev. Wodo and Mr McRobin of Bendigo ad dressed the Minister. They said they had been waiting for some announce ment of the intentions of the Govern ment, and when the Canadian export would arrive in Victoria. They were anxious because nothing had been heard about the matter for some time. They urged the Governmbnt to proceed with'the enquiry without delay. Other members of the: deputation spoke in a similar strain. - In reply the Minister read a letter from Mr J. P. Jones, the Canadian expert, who had been engaged, in which ,ho said he had been engaged in Can ada' on urgent business connected with his department, and also in collecting and grading seed wheat for the drought areas of Western Canada, - and also in selecting seed wheat for New Zea land. This work would not'ie "fiii...