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Rules and Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

Rules and Regulations. All entries, accompanied by the entry fees must be lodged by Tuesday, March 2nd, with the secretary, Robt Langley. Kilsyth, or with Mr A. C. Chandler, Basin, Mr Mosely. Montrose. Mr White Mooroolbark, Mr Yde and Mr Hewish, Croydon, Wilken Bros., Kilsyth, and Mrs. Hand, Mount Dandenong. Late entries will only be received by the secretary at Kilsyth, by payment of double fee, up to Friday, March i5th, at 8 p.m. The Committee will take every care of exhibits, but will not be responsible for any loss, mistake, accident, or damage, the exhibits being at the sole risk of the exhibitor. In all Fruit sections four specimens shall constitute a dish,'exceptotberwise specified. Any exhibit containirg more or less than the specified number will be dis qualified. All entries in lasses A, B, C, except where marked with an asterisk (*) to be grown by exhibitor. All exhibits t&'be staged by 10.30 punctually on the morning of the show. Entrance fee in all sections 6d. ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

SFor Consipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigetion. 'A Delightfud Family Medicine C. H. YARDLEY., Successor to P. C. HILL & CO. GENERAL STOREKEEPER WEST WARBURTON FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery Boots and Shoes. GIVE VIE 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. . Cumin" Rmiilh and Co.'s Manures. North British a.d Mercantile Insurancl O) Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron LILYDALE BUTOHERING CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Mutton, Cdrned 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 CHAM?BER is attached to the premises to cope with the hot weather. J. GILSON, Manager. Srton ros., High C...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

NEW INVENTIONS. - COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grant of letters pa tent, which have been lodged in the follonwing.names, 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 Operac'd 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 gat.- C. W. Marshall, Victoria. Cross Flow Windmill.-Has radial spindles supporting horizontal hollowed ranes.-J. H. 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 depress a projecting button or handle, and the result is that a charge of liquid is pumpe...

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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

- NEWS SUMMARY All exportable stocks of frozen meat available in Victoria were secured by the State Government on Friday in re sponse to a request of the Imperial Gov te crnment, which was communicated by a e cable message on Thursday afternoon. n According to statistics prepared by e the Board of Works, water to the ex d tent of 6,650,000 gallons has been sup i. plied free of charge to Broadmeadows p camp during a period of five months, t from 17th August, 1914, to 21st Janu ary, 1915. e Captain Rushall's Australian cadets, now on their way home, have been do ing good work in Great Britain, aiding the military authorities. The Minister a of Defence has received a cablegram 3 stating that the Commander-in-Chief and the Army Council expressed their a thanks and thorough satisfaction with the way in which the troop had carried out important work. There was lodged in the Probate f office on Friday a copy of the will of the late John Darling, of Adelaide, merchant, for sealing purposes....

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ONE OF THOSE SENSIBLE QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

ONE OF THOSE SENSIBLE QUESTIONS John Kendrick -Bangs was one day calling up his wife on the telephone. The maid at the other end did not re cognise her "master's voice," and after Bangs told her Twhio he wnted, tho maid. asked: "Do you wish to speak with Mrs. Bang ?" "No," replied the humorist. I want to kiss her."

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DODDER IN LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

DODDER IN LUCERNE. With regard to complaints about this troublesome parasite, prevention is a more practical remedy than cure. As to a cure, it is recommended that the lucerne should be taken in hand before flowering. One method said to be effec tive is to cut the lucerne close to the ground, clearing up -the surface, and drawing everything from a yard be yond the edge of the affected part to the centre, and there burn it. In no circumstances should the cut stuff- be carried away, as in so doing fragments. are sure to fall, and so disseminate the disease. If in flower there is danger of ripe seed not being burnt. After a week the spots should be examined lest a fragment has escaped destruc tion, and is spreading again. Another system is to spray the patches after, they have been cut with a 10 per cent. solution, 1 lb. to 1 gallon of water, of sulphate of copper (blue vitroil, blue stone), or of sulphate of -iron (green vitriol, copperas). Arsenate of soda is also recommended as a sp...

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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. 3IONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of above council. was held on Tuesday, 2nd inst. Pre-ent: Crs Gray (president-) itli. Fitch, Mealy, :'Morris, Smed no'. White. Taylor, and the newly elected member, Cr Wm. Hubbard, who made the necessary declaration before taking his seat. CORRESPONDENCE. Recrca~tion Reserve Grants.. Frn.m James Rouget, M.L.A., in timating thait the Minister of Lands lhad made .av ilable tJle undermen tined grants towairds improvements of recreation reserves, conditionally that £1 for £1 be given locally, Nld the amounts to be expended before :0th June next :-Greensbor ,,£lri l5; Elthiamn, £10; Yarra. Glen. t?;' laiton 1ill. £10; Toolang,i C1)0. anOi Kinglake. £10. The secretary Said only two of the reserve-, Elthaim and Yarra G'en. w,-ere under the control of the cour cil. and he had forwarded the forms of the others on to the respective secretaries.--Actiun approved' of. S Disposal of R.oad. Frotm G(eo. doe fury, Coldstrea.nl, oatini thai...

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MILK AS A FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

S MILK AS A FOOD. Milk is a great food, yet very feo have even an approximate idea of it value in lilo family dietary. Vert few tables are ever provided with mil: for drinking purposes. For city peop! Swho pay 4d a quart for milk, it wouk not seem so much out of place to thin] that milk is too expensive to form regular part of the daily fare, bu with milk producers, to wEom the co, is only about a penny a quart, it is I clear that the actual food value of milk is far under-catimated. I think I am hitting the truth pretty closely when I say not one in twenty farmers' tables is provided with milk for drink ing purposes In regard to the cheapnes of milk let it be said that one and one-hall quarts of average milk has just about the same food value as a pound of beefsteak. This means that on the farm as much nourishment can be had out of 1: worth of milk as out of 7 d worth of beefsteak. Of course people will always want some meat, but since milk his highly relished by most people, a par...

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BOWLS. LILYDALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

BOWLS. LILYDALE CLUB. A la?rg char-a-bane was requisi tioned by the Middle Park bowlers on ThIuriday last, and conveyed :, Spart'y of 30 ladies, and gentlemei. trom tlhat club to Lilydale, where n, ncach had been arranged against the local club. The. day was bea.u tifully line, and the visitors thor. oughly enjoyed the trip l to and from Lilvdale, whilst the match was a sc productive of much pleasure. The visitors played two ladies' in cacL of their rinks, and they proved them selves expert bowlers, exhibiting a keenness and accuracy which quite upset some of the Lilydaleites. The match was played in two sections. so that as many as possible of the visiting ladies and gentlemen coulc: take part. The result was a severe beating for the Lily dalcites, only one of the six rinks being "up.' .The scores .are not available, so that the visitors are to be deprived of the satisfaction of having theie victory recorded in detail, while the locals are saved the humiliation o! halving disclosed...

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BUT DARWIN WAS "ON." [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

BUT DARWIN WAS "ON." When Charles - Darwin was visiting the country house of his friend, the two. boys of the family thought they would play a joke on the scientist. So they caught a butterfly, a grasshopper, a beetle and a centipede, and out of these creatures they made a strange composite insect. They took the cen tipede's body, the butterfly's wings, the grasshopper's legs,. and the beetle's head ,and they glued them together carefully. Then, with their new bug in a box, they knocked at Darwin's door. "Wo caught this bug in a field,' they said. "Can you tell us what kind of a bug it is, Mr Darwin?" Darwin looked at the bug, and then looked at the boys. He smiled slight "Did you notice whether it hummed when you caught it, boys?" he asked. "Yes," the yanswered, nudging one another. "Then,' said Darwin, "it ig a hum bug."

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TRADE OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

TRADE OPINIONS. Probably the principal advantage the British Empire will reap from the pre sent war is the trade now being divert ed from the enemies' sources to Bri tish, including the oversea possessions. The occasion is one that has brought out much information relative to the possibilities of production already in the hands of our own people. Enquiries have elicited some very satisfactory" answers, and the result will be, in the immediate future, a rapid rise, of com mercial and productive trade. It may not be generally known, but there has been established in England a trade and industry committee, whose duty it is to discover the wants of the British and Colonial markets for almost every article of use. The needs being found out, the question is then stii abroad: What can you produce? The result iu an immediate arrangement 'whereby material assistance is given to the ex couragement of trade and commerce, in dependent of outsiders. It. might be naturally thought that statistics...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

OF RURAL.INTEREST' (By " Rusticus.") In the current issue of the "Journal of Agriculture," Mr. A. B. V. Richard son, Agricultural Superintendent, has a valuable article dealing with irrigated lucerne at the Werribee Central Re search Farm. In the course of a very exhaustive review of the value of lucerne and the methods adopted to get best results, he says: Every cultivated plant, be it- cereal, forage, legume, or fruit, has somewhere its enthusiasts and devotees, who are ever ready to' extol the merits and value of their favorite crop. Lucerne is no exception to the rule, and enthu siastic growers of this legume have variously. dubbed it "The king of fod dors," "The greatest mortgage-lifter yet discovered," "The best soil reno vator known to agriculture." Certainly it must receive large quan tities of moisture during the growing. period to reach perfection, consequently full and profitable growth may only be looked for either -where (1) the sum mer rains are abundant, (2) irrigatio...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

.TURF TOPICS.. (By "Flemington.") ' Intending backers of Woorak for the -Newmarket Handicap, as well as those who have already accepted liability on 3 his behalf were pleased to hear at the end of last week that the chestnut had arrived safe and sound at Flemington. He came over by water. The trip was not exactly a smooth one, but fortunately Woorak suffered no in jury, though at least one of his equine travelling companions was not so lucky. For some reason,' Woorak's Newmar ket chance is not, at time of writing, so highly estimated as was the case a while ago, but so far as can be learned there is no good reason for the weak ening in confidence on the part of his friends. It is generally understood that Woo rak will be given an outing in the Futurity Stakes on Saturday next, but" it is perhaps too much to expect him to quite win this race, though horses do sometimes accomplish what on paper looks almost impossible. - With the weights so much against him, Woorak will only need to "...

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THE MAN WHO WAITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

THE:MAN WHO WAITED. l'he-late "Ian McLaren" (Dr .John -Watson) once told this story on himself to some friends: I was coming ove ron the steamer to America, when one day I went into the library to do some literary work. I was busy, an dlooked' so, I suppose. I had no sooner strted to write than a diffident looking man plumped into the chair in front of me, began twirling his cap and stared at me. I let him sit there. An hour or more passed, and he was still there, returning my occasional and discouraging glances at him$ with a foolish ingratiating smile. I was inclined to be annoyed. I had a suspicion that he was a reader of my books, perhaps an admirer-or an auto graph hunter. He could wait. But at last he rose, and still twirling his cap, he spoke: "Excuse me, Doctor Watson; I am gctting deathly sick in here, and I'm really sorry to disturb you, but I thought you'd like to know that just as soon as you left her, Mrs Watson fell down the companionway stairs, and I guess she hurt he...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager fo, something new, which, however simpk it may be, will save labor, or expense. or do things better. Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasure-reduce waste. People who Landle things in every day use are the natural inventors oi better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Read the splenlid advice that Edison gives. Learn the 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 ,rlend has produced a clever invention ;'ut him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, 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 what to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS OIN RURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAG N I E Pure French Grape ** CBRAoCogn The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Ste war nburgh Founded 1779. WATER U NECESSITY 10,000 GALLONS ' FOR ONE PENNY This is the Cost of Pumping 10,000 Gallons of Water with a Bruce & M'Clure Motor Engine. STARTS ON BENZINE, RUNS ON KEROSENE. /The Most Economical Runni Engine on Earth (or any where else). Two Sizes 4-h.p. & 8 h.p (Stationary & Portable). BRUCE & M'CLURE, Engineers & WI dmilI Makors, L.XVA_ S rRiET, WARRNAMIGOI.. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING- RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAI '" AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. APPLY TO . DALGETY '& CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. IC. E. MILLER AN0D CO., - The - FURNITURE REMOVERS &...

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A BUSY PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

-r A BUSY PLAOE. Eugene Field's fame as a wit had not reached England when he went across on his first-visit, and when.he got to London, his friends sought to introduce him into society., On evry occasion he was told to tell something about his ntaive land, and, the tales he told would have put Mun chausen to shame. At one of the gatherings, the subject of lynching in America was being discussed: "I suppose it is not unusual to see one or more lynchings every day," re marked an Englishman. "Not at all uncommon," replied Field "In fact we are so accustomed to see ing people lynched that we pay little attention to hangmg of That charac ter." "And you have seen people lynched," inquired a horrified lady sitting beside the American poet. "Many of them," Field' answered in a tone so reassuring that it would have done credit to a liar of twice his age and experience. "The last lynching I witnessed," he continued, "was just before I sailed. I was with some friends at dinner in a Cafe in Ne...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXIX. THE DUCHESS'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

- THE --- MASTER . PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XXXIX. THE DUCHESS'S BALL. Ida was putting the white rose into water, when Duval 'oame into the studio. "Who gave you that?" he asked im mediately. .t "Poor Mary Graham. Oh, Ray mond, it is so shocking to see her." -"Where did it come from?" he inter rupted rudely, fancying she meant to divert his attention from the flower. "It didn't grow in an alley." "It was one of those that Lord "Bel grave gave her," a blush which she .would have given anything to 'stop, dyeing her cheeks. "Isn't it something new for- you to accept flowers from him?" "It is not from him," she said in dignantly, "or else nothing would have induced me to take it, atlhough to-day. he has done me a great service." "May I ask what it was?'.. lening his back against the mantlepiece with his hands in his pockets. "I never was so frightened in my life. A lot of people came round me, and began to laugh ,and -a navvy was rude to me-desperately rude-but Lord Belgr...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

UCHVURCl SRVICES Roman Catholic-1st Sunday in the month-Mass at Lilydale, 9,. Mit chaam 11.; 2nd Sunday, Ringwood 9, Lilydale 11,; 3rd Sunday, Mitcham 9, Lilydale 11j 4th Sunday, Croy don 9 Lilydale 11. Church of England-Lilydale 11 & 7 p.m.; Yering, 3 p.m. Mount Eve lyn, 11 a.m. Methodist Church-Lilydale, 11 and 7,; Wandin, 3 and 7; Seville, 11.; Gruyere 3; Evelyn 3; Yering, 2.30. Presbyterian Church-Lilydale 11 and 7, Croydon 3.; Ringwood 7 p.m. Baptist Church-Lilydale 11 and 7; Panton Hill 3 p.m; Croydon 11. Church of Christ-Croydon 11 and 7 p.m. Salvation Army-Lilydale 11 asm.a Yarra Junction 3 p.m.

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. AGAINST HEALESVILLE RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

A SERIOUS CHARGE. 'AGAINST HEALESVILLE RESIDENT. .It the -e'lsville Police Court on lTIhursda3;: before .Messrs -JollifIfe (cl.a ir.ntn', Prive t, Bolniigbroke, rnd Dan born, J:'sP.,r illia:m Nichols, ,livery stables keeper, was ochraged with unlawfully and indecently as. saulting a child, aged 9 years, at Healesvillee Sergeant Parkini prosecuted for -the Crown, and ifr Magennis (ii - structed by Mr R. Kelly), appeared for the defence. -All witnesses and the public were ordered out of. court. Wm. Henry Sh r.wrdJ, s:rvzy(r;, re siding at Brighton, said he knew. Nichols' st bl; s and t ock i p'an of the place (produced.) on the 9th inst. He noticed the chaff house, which was. near the front door, close to Green-street-28ft. x 10ft with a wdoden parti ion .b twe.1 the stable. The door was about. four feat from the entrance to the stable. In connection with the .same sta bles, anud on thle other 'side,. was a motor shed, some 20 feet away from the chaff house. There were no 'windows in ...

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