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THE ALPINE DAIRY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

THE ALPINE DAIRY BUSINESS. (By George Cecil in the "Jersey Bulletin. ") Cleaulineaass being a virtue ix Swit zerland the dairying business in the Alps is carried on under hygenic con ditions. Not only are the milkers scrupulously clean in their persons, but the cowsheds, the milk pails, the sepa- rators, the churns and so forth, are kept in apple-pie .order, while .the health of the cows is specially looked after by duly qualified veterinary sur geons. Indeed, should any dairyman or dairy farmer neglect to report a case of sickness amongst the cows, he is liable to severe pains and penalties, the repetition of an offence perhaps landing him in gaol. Under the cir cumstances, it will not surprise the reader to learn that in the Alps it is the rarest thing for illhess. -o be traced to the dairy -products. CHILDREN AS MARKETERS. Much of the milk is sent in to the morning market, which opens soon after sunrise, being attended by the representatives of the various dairy establishments, a...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

= FOR WOMEN By "Ambremeo.") In. London they are describing Miss Violet Markham's views as "Spartan advice from a woman." She thinks the Londoners show too many outward signs of fear of invasion, and she ex presses her opinions on things in gen eral in a letter to a London journal: London is left in Cimmerian dark ness owing to some anticipation of a Zeppelin raid (she writes). Personally I deprecate this darkening of our capi tal in view of possible bombs from pro blematical airships. .When our brave men in the field are taking chances two to one; when Paris shrugs her shoulders daily over the advent of Taubes, it seems to me over-complimentary to Berlin` to create casualties in our streets on the off-chance of a visit from her airmen. 1 feel sure there is not the smallest reluctance on the part of any one of us to offer our humble roofs in. the general darkness for bombs de stined for Whitehall. . What hurts our pride is the thought of Berlin, capital of a country' unprotected by t...

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THE DIFFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

THE DIFFERENCE When the young Prince Tsai-Too was at a fashionable luncheon in New York he sat- beside a lady prominent in a rich and rather fast set. "Prince," said this lady, "I think it's dreadful that in China a bride never sees her husband before the Wedding day." "Well," said the Prince with a grin, "I hear that in America you some times never see him after it."

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MR BEECHER AND THE LOWER ANIMAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

MIR BEECHER AND THE LOWER ANIMAL. Henry Waid Beecher was -upon one occasion in the midst of an eloquent political speech when some wag in the audience crowed like a cock. It was done to perfection and the audience was in a gale of laughter. Even the great orator's freinds felt uneasy at his reception of the interruption. But Mr Beecher stood perfectly calm. He stopped speaking till the crowing ceased, and while the audience- was still laughing, he pulled out his watch. Then he said "That's strange,. My watch says it is only 10 o'clock. But there can't be any mistake about it. It must be morning, for-the instinct. of the lower animals are absolutely in fallible.

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WARBURTON v. YARRA JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

WARBvURTON i.YA RRA JUNCTION On Sa iurda.Y .last 'arburtr.n pay cd Yari Junctioni t Yarra Junc tion, the match resulting in a w-.in for the home 'team by 4 runs.- Bugg's performance for the Junction was exceptionally good, taking s'x wic kets, besides rattling- up 60 runs. Scores : Warburton. Parbury, c M'Lea;sh,. b Harbour C Sla.ter, c Yelland, b ]Bugg ... 25 0aomman, b Bugg... ...... 7 Blackwood, c Ashton, b Lovell I ?\ortimnore, c Thomas, b Bugg 17 F. Leach. c Loutitt,- b Thomas 11 MLattingley. c Fitzpat.rick, b.Bugg. 21 Ada-ri's, b Bugg ... ... ... 32 V: Leach, c IHarbour, b- Bugg 0 .T. Summers, run out ... .. 3 A. R. Summers, not out... ... 9 Sundries.... ... .... ... 16 TotaL... ... ... .. 1.11 Yarra Junction. Fitzpatrick, c and b Adams ... 52 iugg, ' Blackwood, b Adamis... 60 Loutitt, c Damman, b Adams 1 Sparks, b Slater ... ... ... 11 Ashton, b Leach........- 5 J. Thomas, c Damman, b Leach 0 MIaxwell, not out ... ... .. 6 Iarber, not out ... ...... 5 Sundries... .... 5 Total...

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SEVILLE v. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

S]VILLE v. COLDSTREAI.M. This match, played on the Seville ground, was concluded on Satur day last, Kand resulted in, a win ,for the locals by 141 runs oii the first innings. Scores: Seville. -LePage, o Williams b W Madden .'6 N. Wallace, o C. M1addein, b Frcot, 6 Di. Read, e 0. Madden, b Frost 69 A'. Baker, not out ... 43 W. Read, b. W. Madden ... 20 C. Hand, b C. MIadden , " 16 E. Read, c Town, _b Frost ... 8 W. Duck, c Doherty, b? Cahill "1. o. W 1l4ccl i hW '. "adlen .. 0 41, Payne, b W Madden . 0 Sundries ... 26 :.Total ..22b Bowling.-Frost 3 for 60, .- Mad den 1.for 36,'`V. VMIadden 4 for 26, l. Calill 2 for 2.' :Coldstream. It 'Cahiill, std. L. Read, b LePage 2 W. Town, b LePage : ... 0 N. Williams, c L. Read, b Payne 17 C. Madden, a Baker, b C. Wallace 3i W. Madden. b Payne ... .. 0 D::3P Madden, b_ C.- Wallace ... 20 F. Morris, b C. Wallace ...:. 3 R. Bowie, b C Wallace.. ... 5 N. Fi?st,. c ind:' b N. Wallace... 0 Doherty, c, b C.: Wallace ..0 Roy Ca-hill. not- out 0... 0 S...

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YARRA GLEN AND DISTRICT COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

YARI44 G N AND DIST4UCT CQURI?J$Ný CLUB. W general meeting.-of the above club was held at the 'Yarra. Flats Hotel on Tuesday last. There was a large number present. :As a result 'of" the report of thq sub-committee appointed at the pre vious meeting, it was decided to arrange with Mr S. : Mills to. lease the Yarra 'Glen racecourse .:for six years, the first. three years at 1s per year, and the second three years at 5 per cent, of tte .ga?. i~oney. Mr .Tor} Whit , Tio went home with Oscan, AAsche, is coming up in the oihrse of a few. la ss to advise the olub as to the best way to lay .out- the ground for coursing purposes. Several more subscriptions have come forward since the Bas;C mtti ihle club l?igs ffiliated. with the National Coursing. Chib. Dahtes were ,fixed for the coming season. whichl will be sent for ac ceptance to the general meeting of the. Affiliated Clubs held in Geelong. .. satisfactory tender was receiv d and accepted for .cleagni l e Irace-. copre 2,f iters. . this...

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Lilydale Progress Association MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

Lilydale Progress Association MONTHLY MEETING. The, following were present at a meeting of the above at the Athen aeum Hall on Monday evening last : -Messrs I. Fuller (president)), C. W. and W. T. Hill, T. W. Simpson, C. Cook, J. Moroney, J. T. Phil lips, E. A. Duncan, E. A. Janson, H. G. Kay, F. Benyaan W. Palliser, A. Deschamp, and ,W. Pettit (scc.) . N " wTreasurer. .r Mr F. Fcster having left the town ship, his position as treasurer be came vacant, and on the motion of Messrs W. T. Hill and E. A. Jan son, Mr IH. G. Kay was appointed to the vacancy.. AMemfbars spoke in eillogistic terms of fMi Foster;, re ferring to his good work and inter est taken in the Association during his residence at Lilydale, and ex pressing regret a~l his departure. The " Station. A letter was received from. Mr Jas. Rlouget, M.LA., in reply, stating that in response to his representa tions to the railway commissioners, as requested by the association, it had been decided to revert, to the original plan,...

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AT THE PYRAMIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

AT THE PYRAM4IDS. -- y a: Warburtonite. ,Mr T. 1)owney has received a letter from his son Tom. now with .the Australians in. Egypt, from which the following are extrcts :-" Our camp is -12 miles from Cairo, and we go in and ! ut by electric tram. the fare being 1 piastre (about 2ld of our money). Our tents are" pitch ed right on the border of the Sahara Desert. Looking desert-wards, all one can see is sand like the sea beach ; but the other way towards Cairo is very different.. There are: big irrigatibn works, and. they grow. everything you could wish. - You :an get 50 good oranges for a shil' ling. I send a photo of our camp taken from the top of the biggest 'yramid. We get a night's leave about once a week. to go to Cairo. It ?is an fine city, everything being up-to-date. Motor cars are very cheap for hire. You can get a good ca.r for is Gd a head for five hours. A native will polish your boots for half a piastre, or whack your donkey three miles round Cairo for 1 piastre. Altoget...

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OUR SOLDIERS. EXPERIENCES OF A LILYDALE VOLUNTEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

OUR SOLDIERS. EXPERIENCES .OF A LILYDALE VOLUNTEER.. --. Writing from. the Mena military cncdmpment in Egypt, Mr :-Ralph. Goode, of Lilydale, sends a.nother interesting letter, from which the following extracts are taken: Mensa Camp, Christmas Day. 5We are quite settled down in our new camp, and everything is running smoothly. Our food has improved considerably; we *get jam now, which to buy costs - 3s 10d per 61ib. tin, and it is jam--it is like thick soup, and soaks into the bread like treacle. A little- bit albout Cairo. Cairo is a wonderful city. It is much larger than Melbourne: and some of the buildings are mag nificent; we have nothing like them at. home. The electric trams are like flys; they buzz along nearly aM the streets. The gardens here ore beautiful-all tropical flowers, and palms 50ft.. high. The native hawkers are the biggest pests you ever met; we can't walk along the streets for them, as they're in hun dreds trying to sell you anything t and everything. If you go ...

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

PAINS IN THi1 STQ BAuL. While this ailment is not danger ous, it is not at all pleasant,, and anyone who is .subject to attacks of it will be pleased to learn how quick relief may be had. A dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarr hoea Remedy in a little water is all thit iý' nedcgsy It? is . 4n ideal Remedy for this compl'aint; for it always- effects immediate re lief and is pleasa4nt to take.. Sold by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale; . .Hansen, . fillgrove; Scott and Alien, YaaTra: Glen; S. H. "Bradshaw and WV. :J. Dawborn, Healesville. ONLY TEMPORARY AT FIRST. -Constipation is duo to weakness of the bowels, probably caused by indigestion, and in the beginning is only temporary. Drastic physics cause it to become chronic, for they so weaken the bowels that they will not. act without assistance. No case of chronic constipation has ever resulted from the use of Cham berlain's Tablets. Chamberlain's Tablets do not do tle work of the bowels, but gently stimulate them to perfrom their own functio...

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LILYDALE SWIMMING CARNIVAL AND CONCERT. WIND-UP MEETING. £20 DONATED TO RED CROSS FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

LILYDALE SWIMMING CAR NIVAL AND CONCERT. WIND-UP ,MEETING. £20 DONATED TO 'RED CROSS FUNDS. There was a good attendance at the Library on Friday evening, at the wind-up meeting held in con nection with the recent Swimming Carnival and Concert, the president (Mr E. A. Duncan) occupying the chair. BAL'ANCE SHEET. - The secretary (Mr F. Benyan) read a. financial statement,. showing :a credit balance of £20 5s Gd.'' Sat isfaction was expressed at the re sult of the carnival and concert, and it was decided to vote £20 to the Lilydale branch of the Red Cross Society. The financial statement' was as follows:-, Receipts.-Members' Tickets, £6 2s 6d; Ri. Black, donation, £1 s; Dr. Syme, donation, 10s Gd; "Scotty," donation, is 3d; W. J. Jones, col lections, 13s" 6d; W. G. Pettit, dona tion, 10s 6d; gate receipts, carni val, £9 8s 6d; Le Poy, sale of ice cream, 17s 4d; M'iss Phillips, re freshments, 10s; cash and tickets taken at concert, '£11 12s; Loyal Friend, 5s; Sale of V. Pieces, 4s; Entr...

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WANDIN v. LILYDALE ROVERS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

WANDIN v. LILYDALE -ROVERS The above match, which was con cluded at Wandin on Saturday last, resulted in a win for Wandin by 5 runs. Scores: Lilydale Rovers. Iferry, b Hay ... ... .. 2 Martin, c Lord, b Hay ... 6 Stephens, hlbw, b T. Russell... 5 A. Sebire, b A. Overton ... 27 Morris, std Overton, b G. Russell 20 Holter, b A. Overton ... 14 A. H. Sebile, o Hay, b A. Overton 10 Allen, not out. ... ... ... 10 Shell, b T. Russell ... ... 1 Leach, run out. ... .... ... Sundries... 9... .. ... 9 Total... ...... ... 105 Bowling.--Hay, 2 for 25; Ti. Rua sell, 2 for 26;-G. Russell, 1 for 20; A. Overton, 3 for 20. Second Innings. A. Sebire, c Haddy, b Hay ..30 Martin, b G. Russell ... ... 1 Holter, b Hray ... ... .... 14 Morris, b Hay ... ... 6 Beavis, not out ... 10 Stephens, b Ha.y ... .. . 10 Allen, b G. Russell 6... Leach, absent ... ... ... 0 -0 Herry, absent .... ... ... 0 Shell, absent. ... ... ... 0 A. H. Sebire, absent ... 0 Stuidries.. :... :... .. - 2 Total... ... ".... ... 79 Bow...

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WOORI YALLOCK V. LILYDALE. W. STAFF HITS FOUR SIXES IN SUCCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915

,C?RICKET. Lilydale and District Association WOORI YALLOCK v. LITYDALE. "W. STAFF IIITS "OUR, SIXES- IN SUC?ESSION. ; . The above match : was concluded on Saturday last, and resulted in a win for Lilydale by 82 runs on the first innings. Scores -- Lilydale. A. 'Deschamp, run out ... J. Bell, c b. E. T hese .... 7? S. Goode, .run out ... 4" R. Mlorton, b EEwart. ... 3. H. Ram6?y, c and b Ewart ... 2 G. Milne, c and b Ewart ... M1. Hutton, b.Ewamt .... 2... R.. Allen, b E.' Teesg ... .. 32 .11. Noden, c,. b EB T-ese ... 10 L. Jerrams, -not out ... . b 1. King, c and b Ewart ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... ... 4 Total... -. .. ... ".. 245 Bowling.-Ewart,. 5 for 44;.-E.' Toese, 3 for 27; C. Staff, Reid, YelI land, W. Staff, 1 Alcese Allsop, -L. These, Douthie, and Ockwell also bowled. Woori Yallock. A. Teese, b Noden ... 8... 38 B. Allsop, c, b Bell ... ... 28 A. Ockwell, c. b Bell ... ... I H. EL rt, b Noden . .. ... 12 Douthic, c, b Noden ... ... 0 Yella.nd, b RaImsay ... ... 43 W. Staff,"...

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BOWLS. RINK COMPETITION AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915

BOWLS. llNIK COMPETITION AT; LILYD)ALE. 'The rink conUlel itiion aimongs el:d sville and Li yda.e p'asyrs 01 tihe latter's green, which was play etl on \\'ednescday afternoon hnd c---iin la st, proved a novel a.nt interpsting tournament, and one oi lhe best d.ays of bowling seen or the local gr'een. Mrs C. J. "1it. iell. wife of the Lilydale 614b't president, had donated a trophy oJ .' '2s ti be played for, and six fairlth cven rinks entercd-three from c:hcl" club. A pleasant feature of the phly was the p;rompt and meth odical manner iil which the games were run through, for which fact the credit is due mainly to MIr A Stallworthiy, who surrendered . his place in one of the rinks to super vise the tournament, and, assisted by the lhon. secretary (Dr. Short). tie whiole thing was managed with. out a hitch. After the rounds had been completeld, the winning rink proved t, be the Lilydale combina tilu 31cssrs ClemIentls, Robertson, h:lrto, and PhIillips (capt.). who were only bIeateu on...

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LIGHT IN ATHENAEUM HALL. COMPLAINT OF POOR QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915

LIGHT IN ATHENAEUM HALL. COMPLAINT OF POOR QUALITY. At, the Lilydule council meeting oin Monday a report was --rceivtd from..the;halikeeper stating that tlie gls in the Athenaeum Hall on the evening of the 1st February was anything but good, and hle had con. siderable trouble in getting suflicient light to enable the performance to proceed. A letter was received from til secretary of the Lilvdale Gas Co. (Olr F. II. Beresford) as follows: "Referring to the lighting of the Athenaeum Hall on the evening of hrle 1st February, my directors haxe called upon our manager to furnish a report. a copy of which I enclose. From this you will learn that the company is in' no way to blame, the fault lying entirely with the caretaker of the hall." The report from the manager (MIr C. A. Sleeth) is as follows: 'I have to report. that in no sense am I to blame for tihe had )ighting of the Athenaeum Hall on the evening of '1st Febru ary. If the caretaker of the hall had-requested me to attend to the l...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915

CROYDON. (From Our Own Correspondent.) At last we have a pound, se. curely fenced, well grassed, and wat ered, and there should not be any more complaints from those who have justly complained of the dam age ~1one by rambling stock during the last few months. The committee of the 'Mecha,uics' Institute have decided to provide more shelving for the library, which has now grown to over 00 vol umes belonging to the Institute, and there are also two cases of books on loan from the Melbourne Publio Library. -lr Kukla has taken the position of librarian on Thursday nights, and this should prove a convenience for those who were un able to exchange books on Tuesdays or Saturdays. 11rs Dean, assisted by quite a number of helpers, is working as. piduoudly in training the young folk for the anniversary cnter:ai: me:,t in connection with the Methodist Sun day school. On Tuesday, 2nd March, quite a hig bill is promised. Mrs W.- HIutchinson, the local see. rotary of the W.C.T'.U., was fare welled...

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ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR LILYDALE. REPORT ON THE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915

SELECTRIC J?IGHT FOR LILYDALE. 'REPORT ON THE SCHEME. At Monday's meeting of the Lily' dale Shire Council, -the following report oi dan electric lighting scheme for Lilydale , was submitted by IMr 'V. 'J. Crowley, the engileer ap pointed at. the previous meetig : I have been over your streets thoroughly with the plan of the t;own in hand, and have marked the position of every tenement, and in laying out the line-work I have assumed that every house will use the current, and have allowed a definite number of lights to each house ,according to its size so that there is no possibility of the wires niot being lrge enough for some years to come. Owing to the fact that the system proposed is an al toriiating current one, the amount o'f money to be expended on cop per in- the line is much less than would be the case with a direct cuinent s- home . In laying out this scheme, I have endeavored to make the muin portions. of the lines of sufficient size so that whatever ex tensions have to be ...

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Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915

FRIDAY, 'EBRUARY 2G, 1915. The Lilydale Football Club will hold its annual meeting at, the Lib. rary, Athenaeum Hall, on Monday evening next, as per advertisement. It is notified by advertisement in this issue that persons found hunt ing, shooting, fishing, orstrespassing on'the Killara Estate will be prose-. cuted::. - The M.elbourne and MretropolitarL Board of Works invite offers in this issue for. the right. to .graze on the fenced .paddock of 10 acres, known as Walker's Park. Madame Melba has signified her intention. of being present at the Jumble Fair and Croquet Gymkhana on Saturday (to-morrow) afternoon in the Lilydale' Park, in aid of the local branch of the Red Cross So ciety. The Harvest-Thanksgiving :celeb a tions in the. Lilvdale Methodist cir cuit will-begin next Sunday at Lily. dale, when the Rev. D. J. Flock art, of Melbourne, will - preach. A concert and supper will be held on Monday. At Wandin the Rev. A. Powell, .of M1elbourne, will preachb on. Sunday next, and, on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915

SPublic Notices. Healesville Racing Club. Autumn lVeeting Tuesday, March 23 PROGRAMME, to start at 2 o'clock x. TRIAL HANDICAP of Io sovs. -For all Horses that have not won more than £fo in any one race on the flat. 'About 5 fur longs. Nom. Io/. 2. HANDICAP PONY RACE of io soys.-For Ponies Ib. 2 hands a.u. Height and last three per formances to accompany entry. All ponies to be in Measurer's hands not later than 1.30. Own ers not producing.Watson's cer tificate of height must have po nies measured. The Stewards reserve the right to impose penal ties for wrong' description of height as follows :-jin 51b, Tin 71b, over uin r41lb: About 4 fut Nom 10o/ 3 HEALESVILLE HANDICAP of 25 sovs, second horse to re :ceive 3 sovs from stake. About One mile. Nom xo/. Accep zo/ 4 HANDICAP HACK RACE, of Io sovs. Open to all horses that have not previously won a stake over £5. Nom Io/ 5 NOVELTY PONY RACE, of io sovs, For ponies 14.2 a u. Limit pony to run four fur. 12 yds allowed for every inch under ...

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