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AT BUSTARD CAMP. (Special Corespondent of the "Marchester Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

AT .BUSTARD CAMP. (Special Corespondent of the "Mar chester Guardian.") At Lark's Hill, a bare knoll on Sal isbury Plain, half-way between Ames bury; and Bustard Camp, the tz:od : winter quartars of the Canadians are nearly ready. The Canadians are eagerly looking fir the day when they, cain leave their wet and chilly tents for those stout sheds, which resemble rows. of derelict railway carriages. On such a day as this, when a frost edged: wind is scything over the plain, you can sympathise. Thec men from .lse Wcst don't mind lonliness, although they say- that Salisbury Plain beats Calgary way f£r that., and at Lark's -Hi1 they wdll be a bit nearer such company as the thatched village of Amesbury can offer. What they abuse most heartily :s. the English damp. It's the wet blan ket business that does for us." they say. Nevertheless they are happy under canvass, despite the solid month of such dirty weather that they have often worn wet clothes for days. The faict that there has been s...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

WARBURTON. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Fire Brigade.-The compet.ition eCam leaves for Ballarat next MIon lay to represent Warburton in the hose aid reel event for four men. Class C,. The team is as follows: F. Tayio. hydrant: W. Naukervis. first coupling; W. Orr. branch; and C. iucktin, p-olcman. Some good performances hav.e been put up tt. practiee. th ltime at last trial be ing 25 steo . .\s 2-1 1-5 see. is win ing tline. the tea 11n has only to o a little better,. and cover us all with fresh fame on the licld of Ballarat. Belgian Relief.-We are not go fng to let the .Belgians starve if uchre parties anid concerts can bring in the ca:sh. The ladies' commit tee is working harl for the suc ess of Thursidlv's effort. for which lrs \\. Leith is ihon. secretary; the evith ! Day Adventists are giving I1 ELaster concert; and there is a. Ihouse to house sixpence a week ,olection. T"he War.--.hlreadv Warburti.n has cut mora than its fair proportion f recruits. and a, study of the is sltw...

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

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, BOILA GIN IURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 TEARS. MAG NIE R' S Pure French Grape ** BRAN Y Cognac 'The Original House of w a rt STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWARTS 1 " W. MORGAN & CO., 520-6 SWANSTON-STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1006. Manufacturers of Tents, Tarpaulins, Hick Covers, Flags, etc. Also, all of the above can be had on hire. Veran dah and Window Blinds a Specialty. Inporters of Canvas, Duck, Twine, Hunting, eta. A QUART OF GOOD INK FOR NINE PENCE The Instant Ick Powder makes the Best Writing Ink in ainstant by merely adding water; a rich i~r.Black, quickly.drying a permanent Black. s . Eaty flowing, very pleasant to write with.??. You can ma a aivie at a time, just as you want it, n that it never becomes I thick. Metion this- paper when ordering and you sill receive a F;ce . Oft of an INBDSTRUCIIBLE PEN. Double it bas or atntnt it on aindr till aslt ,i ite ell. V cannot si...

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JUMBLE FAIR AND CROQUET GYMKHANA. A SPLENDID SUCCESS. £61 REALISED FOR RED CROSS FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

JUMBLE FAIR AND-CRO QUET GYMKHANA. A SPLENDID SUCCESS. £61 I -EALISED FOR RED CROSS FUNDS. The Jumble Fair i.ad Croquet Gvmkhana, organised by the Lily dale branch of the Red Cross So citvr in aid of the funds, and held in the Lilydale. Park on Sat urdav afternoon last, was most suc cssful from every point of view. The weather, though rather tlu'ca [cting. wasI tine, an.d a large and ,rilliant gathering was present, in -luding mcst of the well-known peo. le of :lthe district, together with Smunmber of visitors from the city llsd the military encampment at are-cnt in Lilydale. The Park wa.s uite transformed for the occa - ion, and the liberal display of bun inl arolnd the different stalls re ieyed the somewhat sombre as ,cct of the rows of trees, and macd,, uite :an enchanting spectacle. At ighi tle pa:rk was illuminated with tulcrous lbutterns a.nd other lights, hich presented c qite a, pleasing iecct. fhe hlrge Jumble Stdll was w-ell illed with a. varied- collectio.i' of trticles o...

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

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world' is eager for something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasure-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 splendid 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- friend has produced a clever invention put 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 Lave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the "In renters' Guide." 8. For yourself obtain this book, which tells what t...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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OUR BRITISH FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

OUR BRITISH FLAG.: G;crany has. made the sea A. danger to the world; Our Navy now must sweep it deal And Freedom's flag unfurl O'er every sparkling wave, Beneath Time's eternal sun; And for true humanity This great deed must be doue. VWhere flats the British hlag. On rampart or on the sea, It shields the brave and the wea\ 'The slave it. makes ever free. The British flag on British b:at, On cvery swelling tide; 'Who shelters there is free as air, Against all the world defied. When Nelson fell he smiled Upon the boundless main; rn every sailor lad lThat,? hero lives again; To chastise upstart foes Who durc our fame defile. Dr spurn the British, flag That guards elch floating id?L. \Who sink pur trading ships Wreck part. of Britain's soil, rnd brand us as their slaves. No more than fit for toil. Turl down the German crew, Who'd let our sea, homes gol rhe flag that, shields the world Must float on ruins of our foe. le "Sydney'" did the deed That won the Ilag some faI.e, -o sweep our pa...

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FOOTBALL. LILYDALE CLUBS ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

FOOTBALL. .:.v LIjL-J)AJ.E CLUJIS AýN UAT' 31EETINC . 1There was a good attenidance a't; rhe a nii.i'al itmeeting of the Lilydile ].,: tball C lub, held in the Atheln u: hi all on ionday evening last ilr. ( J. 3litcIhel occupying the ,I" 1 i r . iThe la:11nc shcct wi'as read by th h lI. treasurer (31r O. 013. Wil .). :,itI showed a smal.l credit i.i, The statement, which was ;l,:.pli. i, tlhe motiolln of l3essrs a',tt il 'ltd Chauvin, was as :fol lh c:ilatS.-_ lance brought for ,l. 5 Its Id; Donatonatiols, £14 12,; ;i: 31lcmi s' T"ickets, £12 17s i: (;,. G: cc?qipts, £1:; 7s 10d; Vic ,iau ailwa.ys, Rlefunds, £2; 'ro Ic'l (':Oncert 11and I. ince, £? 10s It: li ers" lSubs. to hire -yehicle, : ,I Associ 'tion (half W.V ;,il vs ,.cunt). Is 9d. Total 1.::: ,liture .- l'en nt.i I at . I 191M . e ;: Ir.' le, vr'lt:, n Uround. '£1 *. o i.,.l:llis. ?t; b1-1. 9d: Victorian ,. il\;i"\ Columissihnars £3 10s; 1'itt \'lle Foot i :all Association; h0o ,.1: ''rolhy . 1 0s; UO - S.ir.st £5; Uniforms...

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HELP YOUR NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

EllEI' Y)OUlt N\ES\\ PAPE, The grca1.,Lt id :,u? c'i' give INU\. If you ldo lot feel alinl to run advertiu~cments, you -caa :give the niewspap:r your cards, dodgers, billheads, e:venlopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man \\'allts it, and it helps him to pay his printers for setting up the thousand and one FREE NOTICES he gives your town; but don't give it to the printer or job printing oflice that can give you uo such return, and is spending nei ther time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your dis rict.

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

r Central Cash store YARRA GLEN, Pt L~;E'JIN~(3 To Our Custou1Crm aurn-Ei lends We~4 here to utay:.r Wu; e here to j~tJ a" i SOCCRS; . We like the country and jIh.e people. W like Our Bu. nes%, nnd trrlV(to ii urfeciHe ii. 'ry all buton ri'bie. uudý' ;.. THlE BES'S GOODS' and 1HE LO\V , PRICES are . what. coont. One Ord""r \ill Convince Voa irst-t~uia Iit. i3r DRAPERF OLOTUING B O TS ck 5 1 O KW 'u ~.OEV(TElX Orders Deiuvtr-J .ovhr titc Don't cAr E. I3. p~VHER:FTON AGENT Eu?. ThN 4ri::::; Food of a3.0' ll kinds. Lond'.i n ir r encu C' Age, Ar'eu, L. .A4L 1e F ":'ra all w eeiek s c ''' CAN SUPLiY ANYTIJN 0 Your .tteui?mat s foa 0' x ?,o t. -o TIlE FIR ST thing t, note is the Address COOK BROS. C(RO DON. TIE SECUND the Districts we are working -Ringwood, \WTrrandyt?, Croydon, -Kilsyth, Mlmntcs', Li.ydyae; Wan -din, C ail.:s:r:amn rra Glen, -Ica -1 "il'e; in fact, any distr:c. atall. LAST, but not Least What we are Doing ? -5pplyinn, a,' W holt salc IRtes -O'Nill Ihros.' Alrauted 1Watl...

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A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY. VALUE OF BLUE-GUM LEAVES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY. VALUE OF BLUE-GUM LEAVES Iri a late issue of the Otage, N.Z ' Witness," I described how the blue. gum leaves could be turned into a valu able veterinary remedy. I now pro. pose to show careful housewives hor they can make a most efficacious and useful hdusehold remedy. . When a patent 'medicine is advertised to cure all the ills flesh is heir to, one is in dined to view it with suspicion. The number of uses that the blue-gum do coition can be put to would incline one to doubt, if one did not remember that it is a strong antiseptic, and, allays ir ritation anti inflammation, either exter nal or internal. Shortly after I 'first experimented with it I gave a bottle to a sawmill hand who had had his thumb nearly cut off by a circular saw. It cured his thumb, and he was an exceedingly grateful man the next time i: saw him. 1 had told him that it could be used safely internally for coughs and colds. He had a little b&y very ill with croup, and as a last resort ...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XLI. A GIRL'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

--THE MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XLL A GIRL'S LOVE. "Am 1 in time'" and Lady Hilda followed Louis into the studio, her usual aristocratic dignity changed into the most graceful timidity. "Seems as if I had been- waiting 'for hours, but I believe it is only five o'clock," said Duval with his most winning smile. "So you have come -alone, for the first time,' leading her to a seat. "Yes; the boys persuaded mamma to go to Lord's first. I believe there is some ridiculous match on; but she will be here directly. Hadn't we better be gin at once? She thought, perhaps, Mrs Duval would" be with you," the softest of blushes pervading her cheeks. "If you want her, I'll send for her at once,'" but he went to his easel without waiting "for her answer, and taking off the picture of Faust, which was now completed, put Lady Hilda's in its place; "you must turn your face the eighth of an inch farther to the left.' "Will that do?" She had thrown off her wrapper, and looked very cha...

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WANDERING CATTLE. BOUNDARIES DEFINED. DIVIDED OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

WANDERING CATl'LE 1111" DIDIi OI'I N J s;" AIL the meeting of t. i1 \arra Shire Council on J .\I Oim. (listi)an of the iIhoiiiid(.p, of_- oitserv4:d in which w:Iitdte1 rOittle Imay 1 e iCtllOuidicl qIS uiidcr dhisciussion. 'I lie sac.etary (Mir B. \I,,,1""\) miittedl a report. on the lI;iiIIi( ats follows :-WCarburtoii.- ti I, r.:ad friim Ilarcourts to ItIri(I, 5 all. streets from the Yalria1 q hinl atllotntent,, Nos. 18. 1D.l., 2 iii1 YtC et, front nmincrl i4Jf i; cis' to '(lark's. Mi y IIV(._ nauin rad fromn Cook` Lik t1,. 1 hiiclt s; on 11I1i s~treets~ fri11 Ii road to tike Varra as far;1 'e' hi idge. \Vest :Va11'rariiiill, 1110 lt;ii it' road fromi E. .J. 'l~ to V1i iii% itil( front mat~intr~ stain 1101 i i the lane lwiait ho ullers h~ii 'ses. V~ crre Jd1"ivi Oni the mnt~in road front illst-r.,fi~ d IDotin road " to> Cuiinmii. `i silidig: ont the Litt~bs Xarar' Ii ",i tltrdo~us: -u:I all streets I ra~n jr. toad;"to r.selat where- _31r XVI',I. tlrOl'i1v is sitnated. A lettr lw...

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ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR LILYDALE. REPORT ON THE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

`-ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR LILYDALE. REPORT ON THE SCHEAIE. - ?At Monday's meeting of the Lilyc r dale Shire Council, the following r rcport on an electric lighting.scheme for Lilydale was submitted by _3r V: J.. Crowley, the engineer ap e pointed at. the .previous meeting: 7WATER POWER. c I investigated the situation or tlio Olincd? Creek both below and above the Water Trust's barrage, and o found that. practically nll the water 1 flowing. in :the creek, at 'present is d being diverted into the channel; but n on following down the' Watercourse S-it is found that in a space of four s hundred feet ap;r xima' ely ione-third of this water is" returned to the stream from the chauinel. I have. 1 mea sured the water flowing in the stream at the head work., ;ad again, 11 measured the stream at the point 3, whcre the - O'1ha.nass River pile :o line crosses it, and' within the limits Lt of accuracy of tlhe method adopted . it was impossible to detect the dif ;t ferencc. I then measured the flow 1....

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SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. AT CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVER y ·SARY. IS AT CROYDON. 1 , (From Our Own Correspondent.) Thlie eighth anniveisary of the Croydon Methodist Sunday schoo wascelebrated on Sunday last. Mi E. W\. Greenwood was the preacher and at both afternoon and evenint services had more than a crowder audience, the church proving tot small. The children's singing wase excellent, the hymns being takce from the new Methodist School lHymnal. Mr CGreenwcod's addresses were - cluinently suitable for tht. young folk whl ose day it was. 1 On Tuesday. in the Croydon Hall, there gathere:l quite a large house, . the building being aincst full. The Rev. J. Jones, of Ringwood, pre. sided, and MrIs Dean, the Missee Dean, with l Miss Lipscombe and other helpers too numerous to par ticularise, who had trained the chil dren, provided an excellent pro gramme, which, though it proved 1 very long, held the audience until nearly 10,30 p.m. The decorations, actions, dressings, and general tone of the proceedings were of a. high ...

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THE KAISER'S PRAYER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

THE KAISER'S PRAYER The Kaiser has sent the following 'prayer to the pastor of the German. Lutheran Chtrcdh of Atlanta, 0Ga.: "Almighty, merciful God, Lord of Hosts, we humbly beseech Thine Al mighty help for our German Ft,ther land. Bl]ss the entire German arnna ment, lead us to'victory, and give us grace that we may show ourselves as Christians also towards our enemies. Let us soon attain peace, safeguarding lastingly the honor and indepe.deuoe of Germany.

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

Public Notices. TUESDAY, MARCH 9. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CO?AIPBELL & SONS:(Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbburne) will hold their ,usual Di-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarrm Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRINGERS; FAT AND a ST-ORE COWS, and, lines of DAIRY HEIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by CAMPBELL S& SONS, iOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. If,,GLELLAND ' CO. STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, Icr ). U. I31'Clelhad, Auctioneer. 1 AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED E-VERY IMiONDAY, at 1.30 p.m. ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, I URNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for Fur niture. Owing to the gieat expanse of business, we purpose in the course ,of a month or so having two Auc tioneers on Sale Day. ENTRIES INVI'I 0 c - 1 Camberwell Grammar School )AY AND BOARDING SCHOOL, BURKE ROAD, CAMBERWELL V (Wi...

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

For Constipation, B alousness, M. Bad Breath, SHeadache, IndigeAtion. A Deig ta uI Family MPa did, Successor to P. C. HIL & 409, GEJ\IERALt STOREKEEJ ER WEST WARBURTON FIRST 'CLASS STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery Boots and SoAes. 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. Cumiorp Suith and Co.'s Manures. Nolith Bri:ish aLd Mercantile I nsura':c. C1 Chaff Bran, Pollard, Etc. Timber and Iron LILYDALE BUTTOHEMIRNG 00 -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, SMAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Mhutton, Corned leccf, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always on hand. Customers waited uponr 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. High Class &am...

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

UNDERTAKERS. BURTON BROS. UNDERTAKERS DESIRE to thank their many clieuts rhluough the Warburton district for t.heir axst support, .and wish to state that they are m.aking ariango Ieuats t.o station a Hearse in West \~\Wburton, so that they may be able to supply the needs of the district more efficiently and econ omically. Prices and particulars from their represenltatives, Mr E. A. STORY, WVarburtoa; Mr YARDLEY, West Warburton; Mr BUCHANAN, Yarra Junction. llcad Office: LILYDALE. 'lPhono No: 11. A. IMcLEAN, CARPENTER AND JOINER, GENERAL REPAIRS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER, -A LA, WAHBURTOI FUNERALS conducted in. any part of the counltry at lowest rates. Irfearse kept OIL the premises. Art ti ficid Wreaths, Glass Domes, and all other requisites kept in stock. IMonumental Work Erected. BUILDER AND) CONT1RACTOR. Plans Prepared and Estimates Sub mitted. . Carpentering Classes on application. PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER. i'UIN1TURE MADE TO ORDER AND REPAIRED. Agent for -COFFEY BROS.' F4AM OUis VE...

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Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows Is the Largest and Richest Friendly Society in the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

Manchester Unity Inde-f pendent Order of Oddfellows Is thL Largest and Richest Friendly Society in the Worid. The- Loyal Lilydale Lodge is a branch of the above society. It is the only society that gives- 10s pet week sick pay for continued sick aess after twelve months until the member recovers and is fit ti re sume his employment, and the only society in which a member is en titled to £20 funeral money in case f -death, and £10 funeral money an case of the death of member's wife, immediately he joins the lodge. Particular attention is called to' the above benefits and the reduction of entrance fees, viz., 16 years to 25 years, from 5s-; 25 years to 4t years, from 7s 6d. .Besides the above, the benefits are 20s. per week for first 6 months, 13s 4d per week for second 6 months, and 10s pet week afterwards till the member is lit to resume work. The weekly payments are the same as all other I(egistered Friendly Societies. You are invited to come and- join, ano participate in the above...

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KILSYTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915

KILSYTH. (From Our Own Correspondentd ) This Saturdavy, 6th March. is to be a, great one at Kilsyth. The I-Icrticultural and Fruitgrovec:s' So ciety are earnestly endeavoring to provide a la;rge show. The Ilou. W. I-Hutchinson., inistci of Agri culture, has promised to open lhe show. and favored with good wea: thor, the hall. where the .exhilition will be staged will. d6fiblicss prove as usual too small. Shortly the new school at Kil syth will be oflicially openued but as it is still in the contractor's hands. the date of opening haus not; vet becn fixed.

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