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THE HAWTHORN HEDGE AS A FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

,THE HAWTHORN HEDGE AS A FENCE. Taking into account how valuable a hawthorn hedge is for stock shelter in districts where the climatic conditions are not too dry to prevent its proper development, the "Live Stock Journal" (England) has received a communica tion from a generally recognised prac tical authority on the subject, who says: "There seems, however, to be a lack of general information on the subject, and consequently customs are followed which in many cases are absoluetly wrong, both in theory and practice. This is not so marked in pastoral dis tricts, but where mixed farming is pur sued, the fences are often so badly grown, or so seriously ruined by cut ting that when the land is in pasture, they are practically useless. In for mer days, before the draining of land became a general practice, hedges were in many parts planted on banks made by the soil dug out to form ditches, but today, it is a common practice in localities where mixed farming is pur sued to plant on the fla...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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RED CROSS SOCIETY. SUM OF £10,000 DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

RED CROSS SOCIETY. SUM OF £10,000 DESPATCHED. At the last meeting of the central council of the Australian Branch of the British Red Cross Society, held at Federal Government House, it was un animously decided".that £10,000 should be cabled home to the 3-British R~ed Cross Society. Included in the total were the following amounts from New South Wales:--£500 to the French Red Cross Society, £1000 for the purchase of two motor ambulances, for Colonel Newmark's field ambulance, and £3000 sent to' the British Red Cross Society for general purposes. Included in the sum was £1,116 collected by the resi dents of Toorak for the purchase of two motor ambulances for the Aus tralian milithiy hospitals. It was re ported that 2,500 cases of goods had been sent to the High Commissioner's Office, London, where a special officer had been appointed to deal with this branch of the work. On Monday the members of the Par liamnentary Standing Committee .on Public Woiks; left Melbourne for Can berra for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath; Headache, Indigesion. '. . R - L .., B ~o ....(AEL Successor to P. C. H LL & CO. GEJ\lERAbL STOREKEEFER WEST NWARBURTON b FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Drapery, Gro?r y, irornongery Boo'4 a d , ShoeIs GIVE ME A CALL ! All.my Goods are of the Best . Quality, and my P;ICES are MODERATE. SPAgent for iielbo:om'l e Dailay anid Weekly Papers. A.: Also Upper Yarra Advocate. Cumin' Smiti h tand Co.' Mi i .!:u,,c: . N,':!: i i . dsh a.Wd M ,:,:le uil Insurac tC., Chaff Bran, Polla d, Etc. Timber and Iron WHOLESALE AND ITAIL BUTCHERS, MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Llutton, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always -obtain-. able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods -a Speciality. CAVE -IILL BACON and CHEESE always on hand. 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 to cope with the hot weather. J. GILSON, Manager. " 617 ý'.' - 1!J .-_ .2...

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TO SWEETEN THE BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

TO S11A EETEN THE. 3REATII. To sweeten the breath take a course of Chhmberlain's Tablets. 'IThey are invaluable for the relief and prevention of disorders of thq stom ;pch alid liver~ wiviich cause; bad bireatlh Tie stimulate the bowels to perform their work, thus cleans ing .the s ystem. -By taking one of Chamberlain's Tablets at regular. in terv~ als you -will naever be tioubled with bad I breath; Sold liy.y .1TIlutuchinson, Lilyda.l.; C. lanoen iillgro'veo; Scott and -Allen, i rv?aocii ? . I~I . radshaw a:nd . Dbo 1iuone1vil

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WOORI YALLOCK v. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

.WOORI YALLOCK v. COLD STREA.M. The above match was concluded at Woori Yallock on Saturday lasth a.nd resulted in a win for Woori a.llock by 7 wickets and 4 runs. 'The local team wore mourning out. of rcspect for their deceased friend. Mir Ferguson. The Woori Yallock nldies piorvided afternoon tea four the visitors, and aMr Town in a few\- well chosen words thanked them for their hospitality. Scores: Woori Yallock. C. Yelland, hit wkt, b . MIad den... ... ... .... ... A.: 'cesc, c Fro,:slt' b Douthie ... 32 B. Alsop, b Cahill ... ... 2 WV. Staff, b Cahill ...... 0 F. Read, c Douthie, b Town... 3 A. Ockwell, c, b Cahill ... 36 H. lEwa:rt, b Douthie ... ... 3 \V. Douthie, c lMadden, b Cahill .3 L. Tcese, lbw, b Cahill ... 9 C. M'aayes, not out . .. ... 2 E. Cooper, b Ca.hill ... ,. 2 Sundries... ... ... ... 3 LTotal... ... 101 Bowling.-W. Madden. I for 12; )oulhie, 2 for 16; Town, 1 for 15; Cahill, 6 for 21; Donleavv, 0 for 13;. Frost, 0 for 17. Second Innings. F. Read, run out... ......

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

FIE.- RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas Experiment. The world, is eager foi scmething new, which, however simph. it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. ,Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasuro-reduce waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Read the spleniid advice that Edison gives. Learn !he procedure as to pa tenting" in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for. your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman; or your ingenious Triend has produced a clever invention ;,tit him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsenad, an editor, says of the "Inventors' Guide," "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I ,ave seen. It should. do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the "In ventors' Guide." 3. For yourself obtain this book, which tells ...

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SLIPCOTE CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

SLIPCOTE CHEESE. One of the simplest of soft cheeses to make is the old-fashion slipeote cheese, which.is produced in 'Rutland shire (England) and occasionally also in the-surrounding districts. It has only quite local importance. The me thod of its manufacture is briefly as follows:-A small quantity of milk is coagulated by adding .a little rennet, the curd then being drained either in a strainer or cheese-cloth until suflici ently dry to be moulded. The moulding may be done in a dessert-plate, or alternately in a small square wooden form, about 4 in. by 6 in., and 2 in. deep. Here the rest of the whey drains off. When of firm consistency, the cheeses are taken out and removed to a cool place, being placed on a shelf and left to ripen for from three days to a week-according to the wea ther. The warmer it is, the more quickly do they ripen and, become ready for consumption. Formerly it was customary to put. them between cabbage leaves while put by until fit to eat, but this cannot b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN MPUR AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. M*A |I R'SS Pure French Grape A* Y cognac SThe Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh WSTD NArtl Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP S ! "DRINK STEWAI-TS I " y M - - %B INSURE WITH THE PHr(ENIX ASSURANCE CO ---- LIMITED. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOY ERS' LIABILITY, WORK ERS COMPENSATION IN SF TRANCE. ACTIVE ' AGENTS WANTED WHERE ?IOT-I REPRESENTED FULL PARTICULARS on application to DALGETY ~& CO. LTD., MELBOURNE. (Managc. . .or Victoria). SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. Can Cure TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POISONED SORES, ABSCESSES , BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR WifITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS AND BAD LEGS. llI Chemists-1/6 and 3, 6. Cumberland Road. Pascoe Vale. (Near Coburg). Send 9d in stamps for a large Free trial bottle of the life-giving Vitadatio it sacceeds where doctors fail. It noon cures Bright's Disease, Hytndidr.. Liver Troubles. De bility. Chronic Indigestion. in somn:a. and ...

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association LILYDALE ROVERS v. LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association LILYDALE ROVERS v. LILYDALE Tlhe bove m.atch was concluded on Saturday last, 'nldi resulted in a -winu for 1 i)ydale by 108 runs oa the fist innings. Scores: Lilydale. A. Deschanp, b HIlter . 9 i~Morton, c Sleetli, bI HIlter ... 65 Bell, c Stephens, b Holter 43 Fenton, c and b IIolter ....1 'ýAllein b Holter... .... ... '17 Goode, c Hodges, b Beavis ... 0 Noden, b Holter . ... 3 Hutton, b Stephens... . ... 36 F. Deschamp, c and b HIolter. 1 Bales, b Holter ... ... ... Jerrams, not out ... ... 241 Sundries... ... ...... 1] Tbtal ... ... 212 ]Bowling.-Ilolter, 8 for .77; A. Sebira, 0 for 32; lifrtin, 0 for 29; Stephlens, 1 foi 28; J3eavis, 1 for 21; A. II. Sebia,. 0 for 13. .Second Innings. .Morton, not out .. .. ... 21 Bell, c Stephens, b Bcavis ... 34 Sundries ... ... ... 6 Total for 1 'wicket ... 64 .(innings declared closed.) Bowling.-Holter, -0 for 23; '.. Sebire, 0 for 23; Beavis, I for 12; Hodges, 0 for 2. Lilydale Rovers. Sleeth, b Be...

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YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

YARRA JUNCTION. --.--~- - (From Our 0 ,n C:irespondent.) Fatality.--A remnarkably sad acci dent .occurred here on 'Mondlay, re sulting in the .death of Mr J. Scott, an old and, well respectedl resident of this district. The old gentle, maUn had.been up the (;ilderoy road attending t: his horses. and w1as reoturning hml: when tie . o'clock Powell train ":ovcrtook him 'lhe engine gave the usual warning whis tiie, but tht 1poor 'old man, being de ,', heeded it not. 'lhe. brakes were applied a, ad the engine re versed, but all to no purpose, as the train was comning down anll iln cline at th tuime. Muich sympathy is felt Ior -Mrs Scott and her lit tle daughteri in their sudden sad bereavernent.i For the Soldiers.--- Sister Susie" is very busy sewing and knitting lor the soldiers. Ladies everywhere a.rc observed with thiieir knitting, whether walking., driving, or pay ing afternoon calls. it's all the samue-the, knitting gces too. Cer tainlly each (one appears to be do :cn. her utmncst f...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

CROYDON. ( ;:.(lin Or Oi n ' nrrespondenf) ) N6thing startling- t 'is week.- The '\:eat her is :atchy ; Foundation Day A ;s Al but the day "f lMowing was hot one. SOn F--.oundation hajy the usual 1licniekers aambled round. Tennis was in full swing at the MIechanics' risorve, and the I.cal players had an -excitiig, match against the city rerzsentatives, ;hemu they beat by just, a. little. Mladame- Lena" onl vi and her paWi'y 'ruo to. be in Croydon 'to night (Friday), and though money is tight just; now, doubtless there will be a. good- house. ,W e 'ahlmost feel as though we ha ve lost a. pound. -.The proposed enclosure is yeady, the .bensts are jle~,d:I but our shire council is not :ea dv. Rumor has it- that the for unalities in conuection with a shire pound Iba.e not been attended to. Meanwhlile the marauding lierds are havving a good time. Tie Kilsyth IIr iicul ral and Or c!.ardists' Association will be haM-. .iuo their show .on the first Sat uida'y in March, and though. fruit is i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

LILYDALE C?RRYING BUSINESS , J POYNER LICENSED CARRIER.I ALL r'.AiNS ? lMET. Irders i'rwlutly Attcnded To. CIIARGES MODERATE. FUR ITURE R33IOVED At Shortest Notice. . J. SEBIR , CG:IBENTER and BUILDER, CLA4IhE STREET, LILYDALE.. •EICES SU1;3IlTTED FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. 0BBIDG Wo(1 -t -A ;tECIALITY. ALL ORDERS I'-"iOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ISIIES to cou"y his Thanks to. e Lily?aie fI tor the gener us support " U, . i. curtulg t" at year. w?lcic has t'n ve ry lib al indeed. Also to iutimat;e that e has purchased a very Vine Assortmets c: OVELTi Er. N 0VELTIES. OVELTIE %. NOVELTIES. OVELTIE,6. NOVELTIES. CONFLCi'10NE JY. CONFECTI ONEiR Y. CONFECTIO NEltY. ell worthy of insi'ecion. The VY GFIA- L; and FRUIT e Good this week and CiIEAP. Wishing all Patrons:- the Compli ,;nts of the Sce?son. AKER & PAST i-Y COOK WisL"- ; mnlatc to tim itesi ents of LILYDALE and surround g Districts that ihe is now carry g on Business in \iAIN S'T., and - ., by cour'te y and strict a.t ntion to busil_'...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXVII. PEACE AND DISTURBANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

THE-- MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XXXVII. PEACE AND DISTURBANCE. "'How late you are!"'' said Dural, as SIda cause in; with rosy cheeks and scanty allowance of breath. "You've scarcely time to snap up any lunicheo" before the carriage comes round.". ''I'm not in the least hungry,"' fol lowing him into the dining-room. " Give me some salad and a glass of eclaret; I don't want anything else," as she untied her bonnet-strings, and took off her veil. He waited on her with unusual assi duity, putting some picklud salmon on her piate, and telling her that she must eat it, as he did not want -ascarecrow for a wife, mixing some seltzer water with her claret in the proportions that she liked, and picking out the pieces of endive in the salad, because he knew that she had a fancy for it. She was almost tempted to -ask him if he took. her for anyone else. All the afternoon Duval was in' a peaceful state of mind. lying on the grass under a shady tree, with a pipe in his mouth,...

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ONLY TEMPORARY AT FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

ONILY WalLl'P ARY AT FIRST. -Constilpation is due to' weakuess of the bowels, probably caused by indigestion, and in tihe beginning is only temporary. Drastic phlys:cs cause it to become chronic, for tl:ey so weakn tlhe bowIls tlLhat they will not act without assistance. No case of chronic constitiupati has ever resulted from' t]he u-e of Cham berlain'is '. iblets. Chamberlain's Thblets do not do the woirk of the bowels, but gently stimulate theI to perfrom their own functions na. urally and voluntharily. Sold by J. Hutchinson, 'Lilydale; C. IHansen. Millgrove; Scott and Allen, Yarra Glen; S. t!. Bradshaw and W. .. D4wbo?n, "'I.ealesville. $otue people wonder why there has lately been a slight. increase in the price of printing. A dozen roBaons could' he given, but here is just one:-In 1913 thie 'uatomns duties on imported 4i?p'r and eight other cla.scs of ma.itciali used, by printers amounted to £54,186. 'The duty to-day on the iaame goods would total £199.000. , T'J nc;w tar?1jf -...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

FOR WOMEN (By "Ambresine.") Delightful lingerie dresses are seen on all sides. Some express the tunic, and some as regards skirt lines are plain. A dress of the latter type is figured crepe, high waist, drapy blouse with "V" to waist, with net inset. The "V" is bordered with insertion, which repeats on cuff and lower part of skirt. Charm is given the blouse section by the shoulder yoke sle:.ve Dresses of this kind should have an early Victorian air, when the dainty dresser always.looked as though she had stepped out of a picture frame. A couple of roses at the end of "V". give life to the gown, and a black v.el vet ribbon is employed for a girdle.. once round, then looped to front hip, with catch and streamers. The all white dress is ever popular. Here, then we see wihat excellent results are attained with working flounces-foot of skirt, and two tunic flounces. "The blouse will have a yoke and upper part will be of same, the other of' the plain and drapy. A cross-over blouse is sure...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST -4---- (By "Rusticus.") According to all experience we are due for a bounteous season following upon the lean year-just past. High hopes are entertained by the heads of the Agricultural Department. They are convinccdl that the expectation of the Ministry that sufficient will be sown to yield 50,000,000 bushels is rea sonable. Dr. Cameron, the Director of =Agriculture, says, that an announce nient-made by Mr. T. Young, of Youig Bros:, at Horsham, that Wiimmera "'rm ers. would put in double the customary a.creage was comforting, especially as 'it nwas no chance remark News from other districts indicated that the pros pect of good prices--5/. a bushel at -leastn-was inducing : other farrers . to prepare larger .areas than ordinarily. Both Mr. Hutchinson, the Minister for 'Agriculture, and the Director agree that' the outlook is promising for next 'sea son, and they are sanguine of a record harvest. Mr. Hutchinson .states that the. Railway Department for the past 'thre...

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

WARBURTON. (From Our Own Cr:espon-ient.) :Thi:e 'lou ist- :Seoson'.--Colori'ar- -to s-pcti'tiolu, -?the touristL; busiie=s desjpitý tElie' war n.icl "the drought. is imnl!r-irn.. 1 .-_ Alf?-ige number of -iriý'-r. sp n lh: l-dia .e.ee'.i n sao?\'t~.Waibirit iL at its" best. u, fii? du} :.folion viy 'a-- stunmer thlinder st:r il' )Dra'g ;loads, of ;"iountain ,cri tried tle luxy- oT a. - drive to the verx suimmit - of the .Mount, and considclcrd the fare of Gs per head - quite mudeiate. :t- will" be some. comlispel.iil1tion for thel check to the timbe-r inUdstivs shouldl for iumiate folk. who" in normal times would spend al holiday on the - Con tiu?neit content themselves this y.e.r with better scenery -and: a more thorough rest nearer home, such as can Ie had at Warburton. Ilhe Picnic.-Danmmni's Denl d! What a, place- fqr a. 1' inic l. R:_ached by the shady L o..Lers' Walk, only half ., mile -from the township, it lhas been for,. thirty years a favor ite spot for lolidaiys. .Every Su...

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A NOTE FOR SECRETARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

A. NOTE FORl S QREClE'tR 11 S Will. secrctarie.s oC. local ot dis trict Fricndly Societies, Assocri-. Lions, Sports Clubs, anci othe nIon political or imnsectarian institut ions please noto tha t oui Golilias mre available for tlicii icpoits, whinch we shall be PPlEaasec t'o. pubblisb. All coinni caiici.lmon< 1 oi'nihllh ]11( 'ddrr rsf'i 'too h~oflripe Gs l-. ~ c<II

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

uNTS NT TII 1F TOMýCII1 W\ ile' tlhis ailment iY, not "danger ois, t i s irlo at all lpleasant, and iiiyonn who ias. 'snjccL to attacks oUfit w'il h1)e lcls.e(T to leain how quiicklrclict imav' be liad. A dlose Ot .hm-ih~eulaiil S Colic ancd iarrn htcr l, .icineci in a. ' lictie Nvator' i all that is iicccss'Iv. It is nn idleai I.o oined' for tills complaiint; for (i t alwa ys clTccts imninecato re lief' and -is. mpleasant to 'take. Sold by J3. ý `lltcolinsoni, Lilydale C! lThinsmen, iFill\ra've &cotft, ai~d Ll ai d r GJen ;DS:'.o' ..n I"alesvi wlle J :1awor, eaesile k'iblio Notices Colonial Bank of Australasia LIMITED. Authorised Capital £737,931 10 0 Uncalled Capital £193,195 0 0 Paid-up Capital £439,280 10 0 Reserve Fund, £230,000 .0. 0 A BRANCH of this B3ANKi is OPEN DAILY at.LILYDALE. And-AGENCIES are OPEN fr' Gen eral Banking. Business as follows: YARRA GLEN, Tuesdayfs, 10 .to 1: WARBURTON, Wednesdays, 12 to 3. EIEALESVILLE, Tuesdays, 2.30-4.30 .Thursdays, 10.30 to 3. ...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

RINGWOOD MAlRKMT, ---T ??---= 1). 0. 13'Clclleiand and Co. report" -Wo vyarded 1.50- hcad of cattle. Competition for .medium. stluff. was ot quite so kecu, but prime stuff sold well. Milkers, fromn £'l4 o £L 7s Gd; spricgers. to 8 "15s; fat cows. ,£7 to £9 9s; fat .hoifers £5 to £6 7s Gd; bulls,- to £5 15s; backward cows, , to £4 10?; store cows, £3 <s to £,4 2s Gd; !18 months hoifers. 40s to 50s; a. line of Jer sey heifers a1t 32s; vealers, from 13s Gd to l1s; smaleri vealers lower. l'igs.-- Porkers, to 44s; suckers and slips, from 1Oa to 22s 6d. Poultry. --Fowls, cockerels, from As to as; liens, from. 2s ?.t'o 4s CGd; pul itys;' to Is ?ci duckligs t' .3s d c chickens, fiom is o t . On, sidC.--A Line of pw'ns a 1Qs $.d; a inae of lambs at .is Gd, _ NUe

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