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GRAND BERLIN CONCERT. PROGRAMME OF SING-SONG ON THE SPREE. TURNS BY ALL THE BEST KNOWN ARTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

GRAND BERLIN CONCERT. PROGAAMdME OF SING-8NG UON THIE SPREE. 'P.UI{NS BY AL TH'IE IEST KNOWN ARTISTS.. At a, joke which ainused o':r gl-t. laint soldicrs in IO ,i treichae a ('e days ago the BIritish puhlio will J]lglh to-day. It iJ ai soldier's sug g?Std LI'I.graitulo for tl :cLnicert,.wl'ci :he Allies reanch lerlin. It has tbacn soeif` home Ly .'rivate 'Thao I;ald, of tho York and Lancastar IRoglmont :-- CGRAN)D CONCERT .Prograumule. Su?I'g-"You nml1.de me love you" Wilt you go. _1(r K1LOierC Dluo;--':Take n e in Iour a.rms amli. sax- thatl YoI love in'" leir Ilardie and RI uns].y 'Macdonald Song-"Now, are we all here Yes'' 1ir Toilm.y Atkiu's SnC:cg--"'?hcna le'II have to get out a-- an get under- :.. Klr. Kitchener GClc--"l'll tk'' "the high road and you i?k' the lovw'' The llighlanders Part Song-"Stop your tickling. • Jock! The iRoyatl Potsdaiimmers So ag--"'|Il mlake you want me" M1r John French "ongl-"A little, bit off the top for me'" Mr Joffre oll-"'.'lll a, soldier iind li...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 February 1915

ý-fRINGWOOD Accident.-A little g;r! named Phyllis " Sehmidt : whilst playing mrcrr'cy-g rotiund a n anmaciine :of Ci lhlairs. on CMoiiday. became "entalgled ii thle umchiiieii-.' She -r?divel a -'cod shlakiig " rid -a selvre hbl w n :the head. . First. aid' remelies .ie:e at once appl:ed,,and-.the child afterwards received.., medical ftten tic(n. She :has no- alhnost cimn ipletly r ecovered: Electric Liglit.-OCcrs "der .b!e -e Lyv has beehn caus?d ini' the -instal-, lation .of the electric light at Ring w od. Biefore the war Germany was the '.largest manufjacturer of elect tricl appliadnces. The cutting off of .foreign. supplies resultbil in a test s b'ing made of articles riannu fi tiured at Ringwood. , Some of thlse haive proved successful, anid the result may be h itew indulstry in the district. The eleetricians have aplpar'ently cvcrcome, _ua.1 diffiH culties, and elcctri Fghlit 's 'looked for during the prss ntl month. Anglican IChurch.--The' contrac tors expect to comuplete th...

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WOORI YALLOCK v. LILYDALE. BELL SHOWS HITTING FORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WOORI YALLOCK v. LILYDALE( BELL SHOWS HITTING FORI~ The above- match was :commence:l on Saturday last: Woori Yallock batted first, and totalled 163. Lily dale, having 25 minutes to bat, ,opened with Bell ia.d Desohamp, and Bell gave the spectators a glimpse of 'his old form, knocking up 58 in about 15 minutes of actual bat ting. His driving and cutting was hard and clean, and in one over lie scored 20 runs,-and in the next 16. Scores: Woori. Yallocl. A. Teese; b Nodei' ... .:. 38 B; Allsop, c, b Bell ... ... 28 A. Ockwell, c, b Bell' ... 1 H. Ewart, b Noden ... ... 12 D)outhie, c, b Noden ... ... 0 Yelland, b Rainsiay .-... -4 W. Staff, No oddn ... F. Read, b Noden - ... . Teese, c .b lamsa ... . 17 C. ,taff, c, b Ramsay .. .... 3 -11Aleese, not out... n.oO 0 Sundries... . ... ... 15 t Total.. .. ... 163 -- Bo ling.--Ranisav, 3 'fr 23; 1e11 3 for 47i; Noden . for 44.; Hutton, 0 for 34. Lilydale. A. Deschamp. .not oiiut... ... 3 J. Bell, not...

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WANDERING CATTLE. THE RANGER'S ACTIONS. DUTIES TO BE DEFINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

WANDERING CATTLE. .THI'E RANGER'S ACTIONS. DUTIES TO BE DEFINED. The question of wvhethcr or not cattle should be allowed to graze on the roads surrounding the town slhip' of Yarra Junction has been exercis'ng the minds of residents of that locality for some time past: and at the January meeting of the Upper Yarra Shire Council a ran gei-?was appointed to deal with stray cattle.. His actions,. however, have not met with general approval, and Ci- Ewart gave notice of motion to have the previous resolution rescind e:I. This notice was brought on at ýMonday's meeting of the council, when Cr Ewa.'rt said there were about 600,000 acres of Crown lands in the. shire, annd it. was absurd to give the right to impound cattle on places such as these. It was not ,in the interests of ratepayers to impound cattle grazing on the roa.ds, providing they were kept out of the township. Cr M1ackley, in seconding the mo-. tion, said the ranger was a, greater nuisance than the cattle. He had gone a consi...

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

, VALEDICTORY. -_'~ Miss -Evelyn Wilson, who has fill ed the position of organist at .the Lilydale Methodist Church with con spicuous .,bility for "some years past, has decided to enter. the nursing profession, and took up :her duties at the Children's Hospital, Mlel bourne, on Monday last. In re cognition of her faithfui: and valu able services to the church, a fare= well social wais "tendered her on Friday ,evening, 5th inst.; when a large number of friends and well wishers wIts present. rtAfter a short programme of songs, game's, etc., the Rev.. Jas. Lowt, who occupied the chair, stated that the people present wished- to as sure Miss };'ilson that her work. both iu the choir and. church was appreciated. She had been most regulhar and attentive to lier .duties, and her place would be lhard to fill. 1 they were extremely sorry to lose Miss Wilson, but at the same timea wished her-every success in her. new sphere, and trusted that they would have her with them occasionally when she,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

amberlain , And LIVER 05 DA=""*Ppq ATIOA I Chaberlin'sBTOM~H T+ble. PaINS IN THEI - STOMACH. While this ailment is-not danger ou0s, it. is. not 'at idl pleasant, and anyone who. is sulbject. to attacks of it "will be'-plea~ed to learn.: how quick relief. may. b',e .had. A ,dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarr hleea, Remedy in a little water is all that is necessaiy. ...lt is ain ideal Relmedy . fo#:'. 1ihis complaint. for it al'ajys fflects iimmediate; re lief' and l is pleasant? to take. Sold by .- IHIntchinson,,Lilydcle; C. Tanlsei, ..Millgrov"o;' Scott a'nd AhllMen ,'ira Glen1; S. Ii: Bradshnw and .W. J. Da vbrn, IIealesville? .... 5!;; -- '" "" - -" " ONLY TEM PORARY AT FIRST. C?onstipation is due to weakn'ess of the bowels, probably caused by indigestion, uand- in the beginning is only temporary. Drastic physics cause it to bccomie chronic, for thBy so weaken the bowels that they will not act without. assistance. :No ease. of chronic, constipation has ever resulted froim the u...

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IMPRESSIONS FROM AN ARTILLERYMAN FROM LILYDALE. EN ROUTE TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

IMPRIESSIONS, FROM AN? ART"IL LERYMIAN FROM LILYDALE. EN R1OUTE TO THE FRONT.; In. a, letter from MIr I-I. Niblett, -received by *a. friend at Lilydale. we take the following extracts: 50 I-Iaddenhan RRoad, SLeicester, England. I am pleiced t'o say that I have •rrived home safely at last, after ten weary weeks on the water. J ani ha.rdly realise that I am back in the old home again. I remiem ber saying in a joke last year that I would spend the following Christ mas at, home, never dreaming that I shoul4 though. The Government have granted me six days' leave, but it. is not enough after being way for so long. I got a very ibad cold on the boat, and was stone deadl [or five weeks. I am very little better now, and the wea tlher is bitterly cold, freezing, and snow all over the place,- so that will not improve things much. I suppose you have all heard about < h1ie Sydney smashing up. the Em lcn off Cocos Island. It was a blessing all round to have that boat out of the. wayy; ...

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BENEATH THE PYRAMIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

BENEATIH TIHE PYRAnMIDS. f'rom our Mt. jveiy i Co'iespondent. "Writing from "\Iena, The Pyr, mids, Egypt," to his parents, young Fergus Scott. who is with the 6th Infantry Regiment, says that when he last wrotE he was in' Colombo. bit nevlcr went'. ashore, though all the same ie maiaged to get; a glimpse of "the' people and their cuOtoms. The Cingajese, Arabians, anu Egy]ptians dress almost the ameo, it is v?very hiflmcult to 'ell ovys from women. They all wear skirts except. the ' rue Believer wom len-mostlv out." of the liarem--and .lhcy vear Ya', lloaks (veils pover lig their faces). "We d sem.lnrked 1t Alexandrua and went 1. 4 t1rain t o Cairo, ind then marched out, to the pres.ent camp (albo!t. 10 mUiles) in full niare ling order-r'ttthr ?.r 1 Wav nftor h ;fl ,·r. ,? ...a. seven weeks inl the beat. We are right under the Pyra inids and Sphpin: 'almost.-only a lil;l between ius, and nothing but the great desert around us. We do' not have to do as much drill :as at broadmeadows -...

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RAISE THE HEIFERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

RAISE THE HEIFERS. No farmer should fail to raise the heifers from his good cows. The expense of raising a heifer is paid in instalments, and when a cow is bought, it goes in a bunch. A man may raise an extra fine cow, but a really good one is hard to buy; will cost three or four times as much as the raising of a heifer. There is always a risk in buying that the cow may not do as well in her new location, and it takes time for her to get acquainted with your herd. The heifer raised on the farm is familiar with her breed and location. Mr Beginner, always raise the good calf from a pure bred sire. It pays. --W, E. Elliott.

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OUR SOLDIERS. SOCIAL EVENING AND PRESENTATION TO MR. M. B. COOK AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

OUR SOLDIERS. SOCIAL EVENING AND PRESEN TATION TO MR Mr. B. COOK AT YARRA GLEN. (By a. Correspondent.). A large number of people assem bled at- the Victoria Hall on Satur day? evening last, to "bid farewell to lMr Mark B. Cook (knowyn to his friends as "Bon"), who is at present under canvas at Broaidmea dows with the Light Horse detach ment, which will leave ?ustralia in the near future to assist in the gigantic upheaval now affecting the whole Empire. Owing to the fact that it was Saturday night, the evening was a short one, but. it was spent very pleasantly. A div ersified programme of dances, in terspersed with musical items by visiting talent, was provided, and was greatly appreciated by young and old. e The most important evenit of the evening was the presentation to Bon by his many friends of a handsome gold wristlet watch suit.ably inscrib ed, and also a neat leather wallet, given by Master Walter Holding, aboy about 14 years of age, ,t:hlo considered the departing guest one ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN FURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAG R' S Pure French Grape S RA Y Cognac The Original House of STE&W AdRT, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP ' "DRINK STEWA ITS !" A TON OF CHAFF FOR TWOPENCE This is the Cost of Cutting a Ton of Chaff with a .t ~ BRUCE&M'CLURF __ MOTOR ENGINE, STARTS ON BENZINE. RUNS ON KEROSENE. / = f The Most Economical Running Engine on Earth (or any where else). Two Sizes 4-h.p. & 8 h.p. . L_ =s Stationary & Portable). BRUCE & t'Cl.L T Enylgrc'2rs & Windnll I Makers, BRUCE & M'CLURE, LAVA STRl.r, WARRNAIOOL. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS. PRPMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE:; OT REPRESENTED., APPLY TO DALGETY ' CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. C. E. MILLER: AND CO., FU...

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DIPHTHERIA AT YARRA JUNCTION. A SERIOUS OUTBREAK. ACCOMMODATION AT THE STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

DIPHTHERIA AT YARRAj JUNCTION. A SERIOUS OUTBREAK. ACCOMMODATIO.N AT THE STATE SCHOOL. At MIohday's meeting of the Up per Yarra. Shire Council, a depu tation, consisting of Messrs Leach, Gordon, and Welch, was introdle;l by Cr MIackley in reference to tliu above matters. Mr Leach (head teacher of the local State school, said there was at present a serious outbreak of diphtheria at Yarra. Junction, which had been uncontrolled for three weeks !or a month, and no attempt had been made by the health ofli cer to prevent the outbreak from spreading. He thought three thing. were necessary-(1) All children on the school rolls should have their throats swabbed. (2) All houses. where there have been cases of diphtheria should be thoroughly dis infected. There'was a. case in one house last year which had not been properly attended to in this re apect, and several young children in this .house had lately been-.atr tacked. '(3) Quarantine was neces, sary. Children were allowed to wau der round t...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas Experiment. The world is eager fo' something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. Let it be more cbnvenient. or promote pleasure-reduce waste. People who kandle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn :he procedure as to pa tenting in the chlief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman. or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention ;-ut him on the track of .famous and wedi!thy inventors. Mr. F.' Townaend, an editor, says of the "Inventors' Guide," "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I Lave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the "ln ventors' Guide.'' 3. For yourself obtain. this book, which tells wh...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENT2S. Applications for grant of letters pa tent, which have been lodged in the following names, have been accepted by the Comniissioners: 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 arms, and also when the gate is closed, the catch of the ga+o. C. W. Marshall, Victoria. Cross Flow Windmill.-Has radial spindles supporting horizontal hollowed vanes.-J. H1 Schroeder, N.S.W. Disinfectant Feeder.-This has parts of simple make for use with sinks and closets, and includes a vessel of dis infectant liquid. The user has merely to depres% a projecting button or handle, and the result is that a charge of liquid is pumped ...

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WHAT I SAW IN AMERICA. LECTURE BY FATHER BAKKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

WHAT I SAW IN AMERICA. LECTURE BY FATHER BAKKER. An illustrated lecture was given by the Rev. II. F. Bakker on WVed nesday, 3rd inst., in the Warbur ton Mechanics' Institute. The pro gramuie opened with h piano and violin solo by Nellie auid ;rthuir rZi:se and the song, "Thle D~ath less Army," by Ilr LUo'ci. The chairman, Mr E. A. FStory, in i untrodiicing Father Bahkker, said that though the reverend gentlemai had travelled.so much and had seen so many magnificent scenes, lii would admit that the scenery whicly is to be found round Warburton" is equal in beauty to airy iii the wpold. '"??* Bakker handles his sub ject, "What I Saw 'n nm"lrien.'" in a manner which was not only instructive, but intensely interesting. ,The limelight operator, MIr Collings, is. to be congrdt-!lated on the man ner in which he w3orked ?le !.n tern. I During an interval, Miss- Stevens' song, "The Meeting of the Waters," .as much appreciated, whilst MIr Trenery's contribution, "Ora Pro No bis,' also deserve...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

Though the opening of the Autumn racing campaign is now immediately ahead, one still hears little about it. As a rule, at this time of the year, dis cussion on the big Autumn events is in full swing, but for reasons not far to seek people have not so far entered into the spirit of the thing so to say. Probably the arrival of the inter-State competitors wili iniuse some life into things, and it should not be long now before all the forces are gathered at the "Seat of war."

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXVIII A BARTERED ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

THE MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XXXVIII A BARTERED ROSE. Nearly the'whole of that night, Ray mond ,Duval-the luxurious, pleasure loving Raymond Dural-spent in tramping up and down the floor of his studio. Such a thing had happened to .him as he had never contemplated. except when lie was a beardless boy and Biad romantic dreams. Even now the constant mockeries he had thrown 'at conjugal devotion came back upon him lille a pitiless hailstorm, and he lelt perllexed and bewildered, between his old self and his new. Like a gambler who had risked a precious diamond, taking it for paste, he only recognised its value when it was pass ing from his hands. If it was too late to redeem it,. he felt that there was nothing left for him to do but to hang himself like Judas. Belgrave was such a brute, such an" utter sweep, both in appearance and conduct; and Ida had always been so last:dious as to her friends! Like most artists, he set great store by per sonal beauty, and could ...

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DRYIING PEACHES AND APRICOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

DRYIING PEACHES AND APRICOTS. Briefly, all that has to be done is to split the fruit in halves, remove the pit, spread the halves on trays, cut side uppermost, and, after exposing it to the fumes of burning sulphur 'long enough to fix the colour put it out in the sun until dried to a leathery con sistency. The requisites are a number of wooden trays-3 ft. by 2 ft. will be found the most convenient size--a gas tight box or cabinet in which to put the trays of fruit for sulphuring, and a sharp knife for cutting. There is nothing better for the latter purpose than a well-worn dinner-knife with a short, thin blade. Theoretically, the riper the fruit the better the sample, but in practice it should be firm enough to stand up on the trays and hold the juice which exudes into the cup during the sulphuring process. An elaborate sulphuring-house is not at all necessary. An inverted box large enough to cover a stack of from 12 to 20 trays is com monly used. A great many of these covers are ma...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent.) The Greater Melbourne project is again in evidence. There have been so many threats of this unnecessary addition to the governing bodies of the' metropolis that fears of its actu ally being brought' .into existence should be hard to arouse. 'The pre sent scheme, from what can be learn-. ed, has sonie features that commend it--such, for instance; as the con solidating of management . of. the street traffic facilities. But the good and necessary things which it is planned to do could be done without the creation of an unwieldy, and un necessary body that in many other respects 'would be providing a fifth wheel to the Lociil Government- coach and a costly fifth wheel-'at that. There is £500 worth- of damage to the furniture and' fixtures 'at *the Police Depot where the German in terned were unmtil recently kept in comfort that would make many loyal citizens who have beei vaiiily seek ing work for some months .think they were in the lap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915

For Cona.ipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, IndigeStion. A el Family Pedicie Successor to P. 43. BDIE, & Co. GEJNERAL STOREKEEPER WEST WARBURTON FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery Boots and Shoes. 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. Caminp RSith and Co.'s Manures. North Bri'ish a-d Mercantile Insurance Oj Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron LILYDALE BUTOEiRING CO MWHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, -MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primcst Beof, Mutton, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL 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 thehdt weather. J. GILSON, Manrager. High Class & Economcic UNDERTAKERS...

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