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BEWILDERING RECOMPENSE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
BEWILDERING RECOMPENSE Lunt Martha laid down her weekly newspaper, and assuming a pensive at titude, addressed her husband: "Josh," said she, "I dont .see how it is some folks get paid .-a -lot of money for not liftin' a hand. As an example, this paper tells how a certain celebrated tenor was paid 1,000 dollars just for appearin' at a concert in Chi cago." 'I've read such things_ afore, ail' they keep.ine seratehini my head too." rejoined Uncle Josh, with, a sighi. WVhy, only a couple of weeks ago 1 read where a well-knowif prize: fighter was offered 10;000 dollars simply to n~i- " another fighter jn his own town 1" I
COUNCIL'S STONE CRUSHER OFFER TO PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
COUNCIL'S STONE CRUSHER OFFER TO PURCHASE. Some months ago the stone crusher belonging to the Lilydale Shire Council was leased to the Traralgon council, and it has been doing such good work that .the lat ter body are desirous of purchasing it. With that object in view, Cr Clark, of. the Traralgon shire, waitel upon the Lilyda.le council at its meeting on Monday, and said he had been deputed by his council to make an offer to purchase the crusher. They were -of the opin ion that. if the machine was bought a, permanent quarry could be pro cured, sa?fid they would purchase at a reasonable price. - He was auth ised to ~offer £150 cash for the crusher. 'The secretary (Mr Hamilton Sin clair) 'said that the agreement with the Traralgon shire allowed for leas_ ing at £75 for twelvo months, with the option of purchase within that period for £220.' In reply. to Cr Hughes, Cr Clark said they had had the machine for about three or four months. The £150 would be in addition to what was due for ...
WANDIN v. WOORI YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
VANDIN v. vWOORI YALLOCK. This match was commenccd o;, the Woori Yallock ground on Sat.. urday last. Scores:- Wa.ndin. T. Russell. c Ewart, b Ycllandl i?: W'. Russell, c Ewart. b AllsJp U( A. Overton c C. Sta.ff, b A. Teeso 1(i C(. Ruussell, c Ewart, b A. Tecse ( C. Cornell, c Rcad. b A. Tcese ?iddy, stpd, b A. These ... C J. I-a.y, 1) A.. Tcese ' ... ... I J. Mitchell, c Al'sop, b A. Tcase i E. Overton, bi Yelland ... ... 3i Lord, h Douthie. ... ... C R. Parry, not out... ... .... S und ries ... ... . .. .... - otal... . ... . ... 111 Rowling.--Aflsop, for 10; Rea'l.. 0 for. 1l1; Ewarut 0 for 8; A. Teese, 6 for 20;,W. Staffl, 0 for 8; C. Staff. 0 Tor -; I)ouuliic, .1 for 20; Yel land, 2 for 18. Woori Yallock. H. Ewart, b C. Russell ... C L. Tcese, not out... ... ... 8 C. Yelland, not out .. ... 11 Sundries ... ... ... ... Total for 1 wicket ... 24 PBowling.-G. Russell, 1 for 7; Hay. 0 for 12. The n&htch Seville v. Woori Yal lock, commenced. on January 9th, will be continued...
SLATEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
SLATEY CREEK. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Mrs H. Johnston, one of the old est residents of Slaty Creek, left here last. week tio take up her resi dence at Camberwell, her property having been purchased by Mr Bready. Mrs Johnston was a. resi dent whom we can ill spare, being of a quiet, unassuming disposition one of those who made many friends and no enemies. However, having pioneered through 20 years of the rough and good times of this dis trict,- she is entitled to her well earned rest. To show their appre ciation, residents from all parts of the district, about 60 in number, met. on Monday week last to bid her farewell, and also to present. her with a. keeper ring as aL small tbken -of the esteem in which she was held. Mr -0. Pet-titt made the presentation in a few well-choscn words. A. very sociable e ening was concluded by the singing of "God be with you.' " I am sure all resi dents will join me in wishing Mrs Johnston health and ,happiness in her new home. - - - ·
LICENCES REDUCTION BOARD. GOOD WORK ACCOMPLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
LICENCES REDUCTION BOARD. GOOD 6 WOPK ACCOMPLISl,)D. The eightlh ..general report' i;,i stolclin2nt of accounts' in" :connal?e tiod uw'ith the -Licenses Reduci.un ,Bc:urd lihas , be:n receited,4and s' 'oe a, record of useful ywoirk accotdi plislied. / Tlhe Board was, appointed ut. the end of Mlay, 1907,-. and held ,its lirst Deprivation Sittings at the. be ginning of Augtist,: when it dc.ilt with all" the hotels ini the metro politan .aica w*hicl had couvictio:ns bringing themih witl in-t':e penal s c tion (44) of Act. 2068. By the enod of th-at year it deprived 65 -hot.ls of their licences. The total of hotels closed-up to the end of 1914 has .now rcache-J -03, of which 93 wvere deprived of licences during the past year. The. Stat-- of Victoria. is divid:,d into 217 Licensing Districts--the number-of hotels.to which each. dis trict is entitled being based on the number of male ratepayers in the rate-book for such district. When the Becard began its work, the hot is in some of the d...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
OUR LETTER- BO -00 Without necessarily indorsing, the opinions: of our; correspondent's, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing-on topics of public :nterest,' which may.be intelligent. ly and briefly :expressed and free from .personalities, on. c'ndition of receiving the 'writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. MVANDERJIN'M CATTLE. (To the Editor.) Sir.--In i -report on Lhe -ab .vwe subject ini your issue of 12th Feb ruary, I must ask your. permissioni to correct ai slight error. In" speak ing on behalf of t :lie .pctitionulls against the indiscriminate impolud iug of straILy cattle, I aum sIuppose to lhave said, in reply to Cr 1\U'Owmn tllhat objection would not he ruisei to iumpcuiiding in thle township area nld .on the main \V'rburton road." h'lie impr.ssion that I wished mcst emphatically to convey to council lors was "that. to'wnslhip areas only.. atnd!' not. byy-roads, vacant land. and th:o a.in Wa\Vrburt.on road, be u...
TO SWEETEN THE BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
'1O SWEETEN TIlE BREATH.- To swCeten the brea.th take a course of Cllunberlajin's Tablets. They are invaluable for the relief and provention of disorders of the stoni eih tId liver, which cause bad b)ea~tl;. They SstimulIat the bowels to perform their work, thus cleans ing the's sterm. By* taking one of Chamberlain's Tablets at. regular in tervals oui will never be trbubled n ith bal breath., Sold by J. lHutchinson. Lilvdale; C, llainsen. M[illgrove; ScoLt/ and Allen, Yar:a leon.; S. II. Bradshaw. .lcd \V. J. Dawborn, Healesville.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
PdiNS IN. TIHE STOMlACH.- While this Ailhnent is not danger ous, it is not at all pleasant, and anyone who, is subject to attacks of it will be pleascd to learlx how quick relief may be had. A dose of Chambcrlain's Colic amd Diarr hoea Remedy in a little water is all that is necessary. It is an ideal Remedy for this complaint; for it always effects. inimediate re lief and is pleasant to take. Sold' by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale; C. Hansen, Millgrove; Scott and Allen, Yarra Glen;. S. IIH 1Bradshaw and :W. J.. Dawborn, Healesville. -:All thab glitters is not gold,' A good old proverb as true as old," Breathed the printer man so sad, Scanning his ads., t.h:e good and bad.; His togs in ta'tters, his eyes In teirsi As he thiougl.t ".of the weary years iind years Whichl had come and gone land-ptill were gonig, And yet the 'cquids' fori those tds were owing! Shabdai ¶ li Tablets Iud se@ eususesea. Chamberlain's ~'1 LIVER Tablets. --from S @ti'VIPATtQU "The Hub " Store, - LILYDALE. R. OLIVER A...
WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
WARBURTON. (From Our Own Ccr?espon ent.) War C.mndiLions.-Thoug'h the Lim her industry is tewpo6rrirly conitract ed. thlre are ]ai'dlyv any signs of aistress lcally. l'he shops rmain! tain their cheerful appearance, and a.ppear to be doi fair business. There are more children in tir township than atl, ay previous time in its history. Several entertain ments in the hall live been linan cial failures of late, but that uray only indicate that people are prun deul:ty holding their coins for the stern :necessities. A GOovernment lolli cer se:kirg timber-fallcrs hst wyeek at 12s per clay could find only two who were willing to go to Hamliil ton. A couple of mills still pour in goocd supplies of timber. ~lean while we are awaiting, with not a, great - deal of expectation, the Forest department's scheme for the revival of the saw-milling `industry. Town Imnprovncuts.--Soon t.the long projected road on the -soutl side of the railway station, and connecting the station with La la, will be rea...
CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association LILYDALE ROVERS v. SEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
CRICKET. ::' .----~T---TT(P. Lilydale and District Association LILYDALE ROVERS v. SEVILLE. Ti:e abvae match .was ccmmenlced at Lilvdclte on Saturday Ls'.. 'o' Icwing' tre the scorcs- Lilydale Rovers. IIelter, c .lead, b Le Page ... 13 Slethl b Le P'age ... .. 1( Scbir'. b Wallace... ... ... 2 iMartin, b Wallace ... ... 0 tcephens, lhbw b Wallace ... 20 I-Trry. c \Wallace. b Le 'Page 0 lodges, b Wallace ... ... 7 Arnot\-, c Read, b W\al'ace ... 0 Allen not out .. ... ... 1. Ijc:vis.. b Le. Page ......... 12 L.each. run out ... ... ... ] • Suudries.... ... ... ... 1 l.Total... ... ..... 90 Bowling.--Wallace. 5 for 32;- Le Page, 4 for 57. Seville. L. Read. c and b Scbire 1 Lea-lge. not out ... .... ... 23 W. Read. b Sebire ... ... 0 N. W allace, c Arnctt. b Holter 11I E. Read, b Holter ... .. Duck, not. out.... ... . 10 Sundries...... .. 1... 1 Total for 4 wickets ... 51. Bowling:---Holter. 2 for 18; Sc bire, 2 for 23; \lartin, 0. for 9..
RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
RINGWOOD- MARKET. ,D. G. M'Olella~nd and Co. report: - ce had a .:full. ardiang of a.ll iecsciiptions, anlik: the . demand -for milkers and -springersl was,.keen ait advanced rates: tSt gres and fits. act, quite as '.ell :is' of late. dlii kcrs, £7 tuo. £8 7s .G61 spr:ingers, to £7 12s 6d; fat. cows, £7 to. £8 5s; heifers. .£5' to £6 13s; fleshy cows, - £4 to £5 2s Gl ; choplers. to £3 10s; store cois. to £3 2s 6d: heifers, 25s to 50s; vealers, 10s to' 42s; .smaller lower. Pigs.-Porkers, heavy, to 4Cs. d; light-weight, 30s to 3(6s; suckers and. -slips, Ss to as (ld; inl'eri. r suckers lower. Poul try.-Fowls, cockerels. 3s Gd to 5s id.; hens, 2s to -is.- 3d; ducks. 3s to is lid; chicks, 6d to 2s.
LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 February 1915
LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. ,31ONTILY MEETING, 11" .dirnar.y monthly meeting of .h ,-e or .uncil was held on the ijla, d Id dilvdle. oi Mlondly hst hirel?i - Wallitee .(president),. pi rseut :-air. "l hes. T'own; Dailyv l'ie, ld 3. Alpn CORRESPONDENCE. FroLm Lands department, stating that, it had Ieel decided to tern , r,.i ryY e the land at Seville s rI"~'I est ( d for plublic p1urposcs-- 1eceivcll. and I1. Board of W\orks Frimltg that the request "for a hate sppy :'1at Croydon had been atýcred I tihe engineers for re port.?lieeeved. Fro seame, stating that, the board aeknowledges no responsibil °Ioin the matter of grantipg £50 itan.iS repaiiring the damage to irmla and llEdinburgh roads. Alcccived. " lFrmu Country Roads Board. stat i that te the nder of the Rein fccd Conrot;. Co.. for the con or of a ,ridge over Stringy. strk c reel k at J,71 10s, has been. acccptcd.-Received. Froa Jaas. Rouget, ,I.L.A., noti. f .n t t: llocanion of the follow ing grnts for Irear es in thle shire i? ....
FORMERLY THE ORGANISING CHAPLAIN TO BISHOP OF GRAFTON & ARMIDALE WRITES THIS LETTER STATING THE GREAT GOOD RECEIVED FROM CLEMENTS TONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
FORMERLY THE ORGANIS ING CHAPLAIN TO BISHOP OF GRAFTON & ARMIDALE WRITES THIS LETTER, STATING I':HE GREAT GOOD RECEIVED FROM CLEMlENTS TONIC.' The Rev. F. W. Harris-Walker is one of the best known workers in the church, and is at. present as sociated with one of the leading churches in N.S.W. His labors in this field extend over 25 years. His letter, every word of which is worth rcading. carries conviction by rea son of its earnestness and the de sire expressid in it that good may result from its publication. The reverend gentleman writes from his Sydney home, 59 Corona Avenue, Wavcrley, 4/8/14. CLEMENT'S TONIC LTD. "Having for years used Clements Tionic, I bear testimony to its value as a Household Friend. "A friend induced me to try Clem eats Toinic, and- although sceptical as to its merit, I was so gratified with the result of its use. that I have never since been. without it. I found it a splendid medicine to regulate the system, also a Tonic bracing the nerves. HIaving ...
YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
YARRA JUNCTION. (From Our Own Correspon:eat.) L.ast F:ridal.v the Aus.r;lian. M'\ov itg Pictures Entertainers gave a.r c:t:rltainment in the Sh'ra lIall in a.id of the local Red Cross move mnet. The evening was very suc cessful from every point, of view. the hall being crowded. 'The pic tuircs were excellent, and the pro cceds up to tihe most ssanguine ex pectations. At the conclusion MIr Lovell came forward and tlhanked M\essrs Miller and Crowley, repre scntatives of the compauny, for their kindness and generosity in assist ing so liberally this noble cause. T'hanks are also dui to the Powell Co., who kindly .ramitheir tra2n in free of ` charge, and 'quita a. large number ¢. vailcd thcumsclves of the ,opportunity thus olTcred. ~ZDWF
ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR WARBURTON. REPORT SUBMITTED. SCHEME TO BE PROCEEDED WITH. ESTIMATED COST, £3800. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR WARBURTON. RiEPORT SUBMI TTED. SCHE ME: TO BE IP IOCEEDED WITH. ESTIM LTED COST, £3800. At the Upier .Yarra council meet ing on ilfoi ida?y the, question of anu electric, lighting , scheme - for War burton- was brought forward, ' ilhe engineer (Mr A&lt;,,K. T. Sambell) sub miitting, the following-report: -.SOURCE .OF POWER. As: it. is proposed to operate the propwled scheme by .water powe.c the first consideration is the source of power. There. are a number -of very good streams suitable for power development purposes in' the vicin ity of Warburton. Some good streams .occur on the north side of the Yaura,- but they are inter seetcd by the new aqueduct sup plying Melbourne, and as, they may be drauwn on for water supply pur poses in future, it may not be'ad visabie to establish electric light works on any one of them. ,cur t I'1 COeek.- ihe mr s" cmn conient creek is the Four "Mile Creek, which crcsses the main road at LIa lia. I have gauged tils creek reg~...
A NOTE FOR SECRETARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
X NOTE FOR SECRETARIES. ;Will secretaries of local or dis trict Friendly Societies, Associa tiojis,. Sports Clubs, and other non political -r ungectarian iistit?ittions please note that our cqlunlns ire available for their reports, which we shall be pleased to publish,. All communications should be addressed -to the office, Castella street, .Lily dae.
RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
RINGWOOD. (from Our Own Correspondent.) Belgian I'und Benelfits. A- remailrkable s-le was off :ct d by Messrs MP'CI'la.nd and Co. at.Ring wood. on Monday last in aid of the B13lgi-n Relief Fund.. A pig, which was donated by Mrs WV. E. Aird,. was put up no less than eight. times, 'the tot.a sum obtained amoun ting to £6 18s. A pair of. fowls, given by lMrs Whit:cchurcl, were al so offered four times, and realised 16s. lbile Club for Ringwood. A movement is being wrwarly sop ported for the formation of a local rifle club, and a meeting is to be held to-night (Friday) to further the object. Opinion is divided lo cally as to whether it would be :advisabl2 to start with ti. miniature range, or go" in for a, more complete scheme, including a. fall range and lixed targets. Successful Benelit Concert. A very successful benefit concert was held here on Wednesday even ing, February 24, the object being to recoup Mr F. J. Harris the loss sustained by him in an accident a. few weeks previously....
WANDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. FINE DISPLAY OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
WANDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. FINE DISrLAY OF. FRUIL. The, evening's display: of fruit, vegetablcs, and flowers held uiider the auspices of the Wandi Hort(i cultural Society on Thursday, .25th ebruary,- proved a great success. The attendance was' large and thliei exhibits numerous in some seclions,: which shows: that a good interest is still being taken by many of the leading growers. The. prinoipal exhibitors ia the Fruit Class were Burgi Biros., J. lf. Mitchell, Juames Howell, T'hos. Sebire; 1.. J. M~itchell, D. 1-. Ganud ion, aand W. Anker; while in the. Vege lable Class Messrs J. 21. Mit :hcll, -R. -3.- Lord, and Thcs. Sebire showed some splendid samples ol pota.tces. lMr Arthur Overton also rained several firsts ,in ve'etabl-s In the Flower Class Messrs Poul :cr and Son showed a very nice xIiihji", including sinme splendid specinens of Carnations, Roses, Lu )ins, a nd Gladioli; while Mr G. i. Overton singedl some very fine allias and Azaleas. At the close the exhibits :wer ,old...
THE DAILY ROUTINE. A LOVELY LITTLE HUTCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
THE DAILY ROUTINE. A LOVELY LITTLE HUTCH. An entertaining sketch of life in the British trenches has bccn forwarded. by a captain in the Black Watch to his father, a London clergyman: "We have a lovely little hutch." lie writes, "just room for three to lie down, and the, top is shrapnel-Splinter proof. We have had one or two I,:ta landing on it. "We play bridge every afternoon now that - has come. We have had one or two' attacks near, but we are too strongly placed in our bit of the line unfortunately, for them to.- attack us, as we should get hundreds. "They put their defaulters in the ad vanced treiches, and one night the - Regiment attacked them and bayoneted the lot (only a few),'and then found a strong line behind, so they had to re tire again. The Algerian troops in the next corps to us gave us to-day all their issue of tobacc---not very good stuff, but kind thought of theirs. So we are giving then a day's issue of our jam in return. They are mad keen to get jam. "Our routine....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
1i o ronetliiai Coughs, taLke «oods! Great PPepperinint CurI, ig o ublio 1Notices 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 Q 0 A BRANCH of this BANK is OPEN DAILY at LILYDALE. And AGENCIES are OPEN for Gen eral Banking Business as follows: YARRA GLEN, Tuesdays, 10 to 1. WARBURTON," Wednesdays, 12 to 3. E~EALESVILLE, Tuesdays, 2.30-4.30 Thursdays, 10.30 to 3. INTEREST ALLOWED on fIX.ED DEPOSITS as follows: 3 months, 2½ per cent. per hsnum. 6 months, 3 per cent, per annum. 12 months, 3} per cent per annum. 24 months, 4 per cent per annum. By order of the Board, SELBY PAXTON, General Manager. MORTON & SON AUCTIONEERS, Estate, Stock and Insurance Agents Queen's Walk, 72 Swanston Street, MELBOURNE, And opposite Railway Station, BOX HILL. of Cattle, Horses, Vehicles and Gen eral Goods held at the District Miarkets as follows: Each Month. BOX HILL, EVERY WEDNESDAY LILYDA...