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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
XV IN N erCg i iST 'Yea, doubtles, I count all things but lo-, for thec excellency of the-knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord . . that 1 may win Christ" (Phil. iii., 8). Even saintly Christ. Iairi see ubut" ioper fcctly to'grasp the ilain teachings of the New Testament rei sljpeitiin tle imember ship in the body of Cri'-it. Some assune that it is to be had on a basis of favoriti i-m, and trust that they will be "of the elect. Others' think ite Apostle is usin :iJurrs of iprechci, and [PASTOi RUSSELL vaguiely lhope that .hey belong to the right church, anud wil ittain whatever others get, as ini thit sue e.ss of- a party in which all the victor: *hare the spoils. Doubtles.-. the errors of the Dark Age, ihsor'bed in chiildhood have been respon -ible for these vagari-js. and for our genera neglect ut proper liib!,: study. It seemn t-ard lfr Godi'., p?eople to reaili.e that thi .vi;doin from above is the noblest ,cience d tile be-.st instruclion; and tli.ht it need4 .nltelligent .nl n-,te...
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
- /I SFRIDAY, MARCH 5, 191. I ' ii m 'Eint.ries for the Yarra Glen show on 24th March close on 17th inst. Readers' attention is d'rected to the advertisement in thlis issue for fur' thor particulars. ? ir Y. -Stephens, of the st!Uff of the Colonial Bank, Lilydale, has bedif transferred to the head office, and Mr WViblen appointed .to fill the vacancy at Lilydale. .i Tl Lilda.le Tenlis Club invite tenders. returnable on 12th inst., for the * erection of a, pavilion,; plans :;id specifications .for which may be inspected at Mlr N. 3ilne's news - agency. A new Alpha, Laval separator is advertised for sale in this issue, aind a. harngain awaits someone. -A disc plough, costing £15 10., now, is also to go to -the best offer. Apply P.M.K., Yarra Junction P.O. An Empire Fair, in aid of. t.lih r Lilydale Methodist Church funds, will be held on Friday and Satur daiy. ' 1th and 13th March. Th: fair will be opened on Friday after noon by Mr Jas. Rouget, MI.L.A. Mrs IH. R.Se hnan,. of Lilydale....
UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
Uf .PPR H YARRA' SHIRRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY. MEETING. The ordinary monthly meetinugof the above council was held ,in ? the Shiie TIIll: Yaiar Junction, on Mon day last.. Iresenit:- Crs Blair. (pre sikult), Ewart, Lithgow. \lO, i. .Buller, Spiers, 211'lh'ov.-: -3iacklhiy and Aiken. COR1IESPONTfDENC E Fromh- Public Ilealth departmlent, stating that the council's innnuil contaribuiior- to the. Infectious lDisi? eases.: 'Hospita.l -will_ probably b about- £20 pJei .'aunm; tih:' esti martes 'of- the H10ospital _Io'rd . are nc, unclder considerjttiqn, a.::d if cer tain iropios'als regarding buildings. etc., are adoplted, the amiual cost to the council. ila.y be incr0.:sed by i- few pounds.-Resolved tlh;it the secretary, ascertain -from totleii shires iC s to the manner of- cihrg ing p.tients in thei hospital. 1! 1ro1m Postal department, statiung tlia.t approva.l has-been given for the delivery of telegrams within a radius :of 1 miles of the. Yarra Junction post ofiCCe, .the- itiial .fe; to b...
ONLY TEMPORARY AT FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
(INLY TE'I'M.POfRAIY AT FIRST. -C'onstipttion is due to weakness ,of the bowels. probably ca.used by ildligestion, and in the beginning i unly temnporary. Drastic phy):cs ctus? it to become chluonic, ior they s'+ weakcn the bowels that they will not acct without assistance. No c~lSa of chronic constipation has ever resulted from the use of Cham I;erlain's Tablets. Chamberlain's Tablets do not do the work of the howels, but gently stimulate them to perfrom their own functions nat tutally and voluntarily. Sold by J. HIutchinson, Lilydale; C. Hansen, Iillgrove; Scott and Allen, Yarra Glen; S.-- . Bradshaw andd W. J. Dawborn; Healesville.
RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
RIUNGWOOD MARKET. D I. G. I'Clelland and Co. report: -There was a. full yardin g of all descriptions of stock. Comnenotion for milkers. fats; aaid helfers war wliL, while store cattl:e .ý- re ditli 'of sale: ;e sold ---ilkers, medium quality, -£5 10s. £6 10s- to .£7 -15s: springeis, to £7:-12s Gd, fat cows. £7 lOs, £S; to £9 lOs :light-weights. from £5 .to £(i6 17s` 6d; dfjt heifer.,. £4 i0s to £7; lice of ligth-wcighlt Hifeifrs avera;ted £5 :s: chnO:ers and .fleshiy cows. "£210s -ito £ 4, 10. Atore cows, to £3; bulls, £L4 ; ,o £6 -17s; old, and inferior cows, to 25s; rvealeres from 10s to 40s smaller, lower. Piags.: haconers. to E2 15s; porkers, from 40sO to 47s: light-weights, to 36s; suckers and slips, 5s Gd to :l4s. Fat lambs, to ls.: ]owls.--Dcmand dull. Cock i'crls, to 5s paii;: hens,, is 81 to Is 3d pair; ducklings, tos Gsd pr.; :hickens;, G to Is Gd pair .Usual )utside A line of lambs uat 14s i t of iundries at satisfactorypric s. er head.
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. ROMERO—LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. RO1ll ERO-LIlARG E. A very pretty and popular wed ding took place at the Seventh Day Adventist Churchl W'arburton. on "Unday 'ite:'ncon, 14th ]February, the ccCsion being the marriage of -Ii Leslie, eldest son "-i31r L . . ont ero. of Warburton. and artist to the Signs IPublishing Co. Ltd., a;n Miss Jessie, .youngest daughter oi Mr John Large, of Hobart. Tas Uania, lthe oi. c'ating cler yman be ing Pastcr A. W\. Anderson, of W11ar burton. The church., whichi was Lu tistically decoratedl with grLea 0and dark red ldanlis, looked very cool and inviting after the glare of the alternoon sun, as guests and spec tators seated thenmselves under th.e grcen trailers looped from wall to wall, to await the arrival of the briddal party. Tlhe bride, who was given away by her brother-inu-law, M1r E. G. liowsc, locked charming in a girl ish frock of cream embossed voile, the usual veil and orange blossom being worn, and she. carried a LIeanu tiful shower bouquet of white roses and ...
HOW AND WHERE TO KEEP HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
HOW AND WHERE TO KEEP HONEY. loney needs to be dry, warm and in the dark. Moisture injures either the comb or extracted kinds, by reason of honey's peculiar affinity for moisture. C'old causes both to granulate or candy, and so does light to a certain extent. So never keep honey in the- cellar or ice box. Put it in the warm store room, or any place where the tempera ture is comfortable and the air is dry. It will stand as much aB 100 dog. Fah. Jf extracted honey has granulated, as it sometimes will despite the best care, it may be restored to liquid condition by setting the can or pail in water about as hot as the hand can bear-160 deg. Fah.- Better have the water not quite so hot and let it stand longer, for too much heat impairs the delicate tlavor. "Airs " exclaimed the proud mother, and shook her head vigorously. "My Elsie, for all her learning, has not any more airs, so to speak, than her poor old dad." "Then she won't turn up her' nose at her old friends?" queried the visi tor...
THINGS THAT HAPPEN. STRANGE ASPECTS OF WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
THINGS THAT HAPPEN. STRANGE ASPECTS OF WAR * An inspection of the account books of many old firma shows that during the Napoleonic wars the books were kept by women. All the male clerks were engaged at the war. In France the commercial work is now being almost wholly performed by women. In many cases ladies have volunteered to take charge of the counting houses of friends who are at the war. It is said that they are doing their work re markably well.
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") We may congratulate ourselves that the stayer among thoroughbreds can still find opportunities even in these days when the sprinter is so highly. prized. It would be a good thing if moro money was devoted to the encour agement of stanina, but in this re spect we should be thankful for small mercies. The craze for short Ilutters has in late years become so great that it is somewhat surprising that an at tempt has not been made to reduce dis tances in our endurance tests. In Syd ney, the Metropolitan, once a two-miles event, has been reduced to twelve fur longs, and the same thing has happened in connection with the Tattersalls Cup. Thaniks to Carlita, wvho went out and set the pace, we saw a true race for the St. Leger on Saturday. There was never much doubt about the result; Mountain Knight just bobbed along bh hind Carlita until it was time to make a move forward, and the moment he was 'called upon he silenced. the filly. in the last furlong, Maxbery...
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
FOR WOMEN P'3 ".r nbrosune." 'Iluere is a growing doubt as to whether we Australian women will adopt the wide 'skirt. On every side one hears the adjddtive "dreadful" ap plied to it, backed by a fixed deter urination "never" to wear it. But we have said that so often about new fashions-and ended by wearing them -that it is very difficult to say what the. result of .this revolt against the wide skirts :would be. Whatever is said against them, certain' it is that the newest .of the new is a plain, wide skirt, which measures four yards and a half at the hem. All the very smart est new serge tailor mades have these wide skirts, which are also short enough to show the whole of the boots. Some of these new 'skirts are crit in the old fashioned umbrella style, plain at the waist, and with a big flare at the hem. The one-piece frocks are also made very wide, and charming they are turn ed out in velveteen or silk finished cashmere. In a rich, dark shade of Bordeaux red with skunk fur edgings...
[?]RKEY AND THE WAR THE INVASION OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
RKEY AND THE WAR yt, .j\1A s I O o 'i EGYPT. __ .,-,--~ it ]} . I Fawax, of 1040 Drummond rth Carltoi. writes: Li itonlalotlh Empipre enjoys the dis on o ein composed of more t irent elements than any `de c ire it the World. As many cemri ut nationalities, speaking dliltereit languages, and adopt t religions, creeds and habits rnly bound together under 8 ii taOTlhesc, however, can be re 1 to . main divisions, namely, ti Arabs. Until the overthrow lt l anliliian Iegime, the Turks lhroush the weakness and discord other elements, the masters of tion All iovernmentt iposti 1} .,re ureservedl solely for them, and rk ,s trained for any other pro u. olnseqi tly, as bas unin r, :0sitions were createdt as there Iallus Turks to provide for, and g aher races known as Raayahs or l?hans, had to pay the piper. Since . inolluction of representative gov "?e; the Arabs. who numerically = .uly balanced with, if not more vel.?os than, the Turks, were never Stheouigh the intrigues of the Young i'l,,min...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS Ileaiesville.-Every Thursday, at. 10 a.m. Lilydale.-?very Friday, at 9.30 JWarburton.-Fvery Saturday, at Clerk of Courts.-MIr T. B. Wade. Police MIagistrates.-Dr. IR. H. Cole and Mr H. Morrison. District Justices.-I-. B. Lithgow, Coldstream; R. H. IIenty, Wonga Park "and Dr. A. E. Syme, Li!ydale; J. Rouget, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; 3M. C. Bridger, Croydon; C. Bath, -Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; W. Privett and W.. Jolliffte, Healesville; H. Ewart, Hoddle's Creek; J. Lithgow and E. A. StoryV,Warburton; J. H. Thomp son, Xl.A., Silvan; A. G. Buller, West \Warburton; Jas. Hunter, Bee cak.; T. W. Simpson, W. A. Whar ington; A. E. T. Payne Lilydale; Richard B. Kelly, Croydon; David Blair, Hazeldene.
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Special Correspondent.) The respected cleric known as "Fighting Larry" is back from "the fushin" in New Zealand with renewed vigor and undiminished belligerence. He has a splendid opportunity for the combat in which his soul delights in connection with the alleged "camp of evil," that he says is located close to the Broadmeadows training camp. ilis assertions are denied by the police. whose version is supported by the Chief Secretary. But Professor Ben tone sticks to his guns-a back-down on his part would be an unheard of de parture, and would be a shock to the whole community. As is generally the case, there is something to be said for both versions. The evil referred to by the venerable apostle of the church militant is rife and has. done a con siderable amount of harm to the in discreet, of whom it is only to be expec ted there should be a certain percent age in a large body of young men. But it has been so since the beginning of things, and is an evil...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") I It seems just a bit farioal to have tie boast of the Railway C'onunission ers that the department is in a position to carry any amount of produce, and at the same time to read the losses sus tained by Gippsland producers through lack of trucks to move potatoes and onions that are perishing at the rail way stations The Premier, anticipating as he does for this year a largely increased acre age of wheat, as well as a substantial average return, informed the railway commissioners a few days ago that enough rolling stock must be ready to carry a record yield. Sir Alexander Peacock pointed out that it would be a calamity, and the Government would be a laughing stock, if the advantages of a substantial crop were nullified by the failure of the authorities to carry the exportable surplus to the seaboard. In reply, -the chairman of Commis sioners, Mr Fitzpatrick, has furnished a memoranduin in which the Commis sioners report that the largest wheat traffi...
WOUND IN THE BACK. HOW IT WAS SUSTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
WOUND IN ,THE BACK. HOW IT WAS SUSTAINED. A few British soldiers have recently been invalided back -from the fighting line. They are victims of the severe November weather. The overcoats of these men -were plastered with. mud. They had fought in trenches sodden with rain. Their boots had sunk ankle deep in the mud; they had stood nearly waist deep in water. Rheumatism had developed. They are but a few. Generally speaking, the health of our troops at the front is excellent, notwithstanding the cold and the rain. For this much credit is due to the fine work of the Army Service Corps in the field. This organisation is won derfully complete. Their convoys of motor lorries aer continuously at work between the railhead and the trenhces. Our troops in the trenches have abundance of food, tobacco, cigarettes, With such comforts, life is suportable. in the most trying curcumstances. As one man put it to me, "This 'ere war's like a blooming picnic. Why in South. Africa, we had to use Dubbin f...
MR. JONES'S COFFEE. PICTURE OF THE TRENCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
MR. JONES'S COFFEE. PICTURE OF THE TRENCHES Oheerfulness under difficulties. is the surest sign of a stout heart,, and tkat Tommy and his officers have it is proved by many a story from the front. No better story of the kind has, however, been told than the following from the. pen of Mr Harold Ashton, in the Lon don "Daily Telegraph." "Hark at it," said the soldier jerking his bandaged thumb towards the battle field now enshrouded in fog. "At it again l Sheer waste of good stuff, fightin' -in London smoke. 'Ell and 'ammer.-. . . but.'it ain't all 'ell and 'ammer across there. I've had eight days in the trenches, anid they've been not so bad, considerin'. Our -little dug out was so close to the German trenches that you could chuck a paper dart into 'em, dead easy. We weire so snug and so well found. that we came to get known as the Hotel Cecil. Not marble 'alls exactly; but I've been in worse trenches. Our officer-assub he was, and not long out of Sandhurst to judge from his goin' on...
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
-Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. The new pos:tal rates, including the penny- postage on letters, came into force on M?onday, May 1st, 1911. The ieduced rates are as fol low: THIIOUGHOUT THE COMMON WEALTH AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per Doz. Letter Cards; single, id each. Do. reply, Id each half. Post Cards, single, Id each. Do. reply, id each half. Printed Papers, Old per 2oz. -Books, printed-Outside Australia, 0% per 4oz.; in Australia, Old per Soz. . Magazinies-Printed in Australia, Old per 80oz.; outside Australia, Old per 4oz. "Hansard," Old per 12oz. Commercial papers, patterns, sam ples and merchandise, Id per 2oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, id per !oz. NEW ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS. The rates of-New Zealand, Fiji, and British Solomon Islands are: Letters, ld per -oz. Post Cards, single, Id. Do. reply, Id each half. Letter Cards, single, Id. Do. reply, Id ea...
REGISTRATION OF SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
REGISTRATION OF SHOPS. It is cstiiatcd- that the-re are in Victonria somewhere in the viciuilty of :10.000 shops. Eachl oc' of thlce must now be registere in order that rcliable statist.ics in.'" be pre paie.l shLwing the inumi ber. wages, sex. and ages of our-shop emn:loyes, and s. that it mav be known how ma-i sihops ,o cach class there ara. anid hotw many assistants in each kind of bnsineOs. The shop!.ee1er is reiquiired to ob .ain a form from an illnslctor of aclta eics. or flrom tilte oficer ini clhrmge of any pil;ce station, to fill it in. and forw ard it with the pro 1er fee. Cl-u diirecti ns are r.int ed mt each form. I nv1clpls are also, supplied for convenience. buti pcstage must be paid. 1This duty is imlpo-edl on th[e shllopkeper in tihe same way as the duty to for ward his lciniec lax scichdulel . anti fmr the s-_nt reasons. viz.. that it would bf inmpossib)le to wr te to each sahopkee-er recminding hi'm, ow incg t-: the f-at that only a portic cf them and their ;ddresv...
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 5 March 1915
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as below: .Melbxurne. 7.20 a in.. 11.15 a.un.. 8 p.m. daily. Money orders-9 till 4. 5Mooroolbark, IRingwood, 7.20 -a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.-. daily. Hlealesville, 1 ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.rr daily. Warburton, Y: a Junction, Laun ching Place, W ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, Wea tin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the lailway Station is cleared daily previous to trains leaving for Melbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Office closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mails and Registered Mails close at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. WARBIiURTON MAILS. Mails .:lose for Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale, 3.15 p.m. daily. Received from Melbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. daily. Mlails close for M`'Mahon's Creek ind Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on lcondays, Wednesdays and Fridays