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KILSYTH SHOW. A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. FINE DISPLAY OF FRUIT. GRAND SPEECH BY MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

KILSYTH SHOW..' A SUCCESSFUL T:UNCTIO:N. FINE DISPLAY OaI RUIT: f GRAND SPEECH BY. MINISTER OF1 AGRICULTURE. The third annual show of the I Kilsyth Horticultural and FLruit growers' Association was held on Saturday last in the Kils3th f-all, and was a great success from every standpoint. Some 'doubt. was at first, felt as to wethher it i~ould be advisable to liold a ..show this yea.r, but the society eventually.?. .with' commendable enterprise anid. pluck, decided to go with the fix ture, and worked hard to make an exhibition worthy of the cdistrict, the result being that on Saturday a - display wa.s made very little. if any, inferior to that* of any pr: yvious year. From the standpoint of quality the fruit' was quite up r to the standard, and the nunlmer t of exhibits received, especially for 1 apples, was very nearly equal to last year, which constituted . re- i cord 1 for the society. The showf uts very well patronised by resi- t dents of Kilsyth and visitors from othcr parts, an...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

W1hen doint business witl[ an ad 'ertisel,plee say that a you saw lis advertisemenL in this paper. It (?'?efnt cost you anything, but it ir 1 9 helps tlv1 advertising and Wego to 's s'hoo l01;An 4.o read, W6 ,ork~tp` wYtpx; I; We-re ad to den' 1en wt others set,. Then why not Adirertise_ public Notices 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 0 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. WA'RBURTON, Wednesdays, 12 to 3. HEALESVILLE, Tuesdays, 2.30-4.30 Thursdays, 10.30 to 3. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXED. DEPOSITS as follows: 3 months, 2- per cent. per annum. 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, SEL?Y PAXTON, General Manager. A local paper wants all the local printing. One penny per wee...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XLII. A BRIDE ELECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

- -- THE --· MASTER PASSION: (By Lillian Ellertou). CHAPTER XLII. A BRIDE ELET'. "Oh, my dear, I am so delighted to have got here at last," said the Mar chioness of Hilford, as she entered the drawing room at Carlton-gardens, and clasped Lady Elfrida's hands in both her own; "'but that tiresome Waverley dropped in just as I was starting and. told me a whole budget of news. I am dying to . see all your pretty things-where are they ?" "And I am dying to hear the bud get of news, so let us have some tea before we stir." and Lady ` Eltrida, jla.cing her friend on the sofa, and tak:ng a chair by the little tea-table. "Mamma is out, and I have given ord ers that we are at home to no one ex ceptr--" with a significant glance at a photograph on the mnantlepiece. "Ah, what a crisis it is in one's life, when you are at home to no one except -I could write quite a volume on the subject." / "Do, and put me in it." -"You wouldn't l:'e it. I was wild to see myself in print, so young Harry Spooner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

;. . ON Central Cash Store YABRA GLEN, a GREETI NG To Our Customers and Friends. We ar bore to stay. We are here to nor i a success. - like the country and the people. We like Our Busi net±, sed strive to increase it by all honourable means. THE BEST GOODS and THE LOWE PRICES are what count. One Order Will Convince You. FIrst-cIass alut in DRAPERY OLOTHIING BOOTS & SHOEVS IRONiMONGERY CROOKERY "G ROOERIB S Orders Delivered all over the District. Don't forget the Addrhess E. A. ATHERTON IARIRA GLEN AGENT FOR- The National Cattle Food of _ail kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTH liNG. IIELP YOURI NEW SPAPERI. The - grcatest aid you can give your newspapecr is your JOB I' RINT S-,;- m ou t ioi, feel able .to run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all busi ness printing to executo. The news- paper man wauts it, and it helps him to pay his printc...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

MELBOURNE LETTEiR (From our Special Correspondcnt.) The views which the cable tells. us have been expressed by the Earl of I elbourne as to the sort of war news f supplied are very much to the point. According to the message, the Earl said that the Government and thep ress r were to blame for giving too favorable s a coloi to the war news. If those whp s were responsible understood the charac r teristics of the race they would mini n mise the good news, and feature the a bad. The need for something that will bring the people of this country to a I: more adequate realisation of just what o we are up against has been very much in evidence luring the past week. The chief autumn racing fixture has been on e andl the festivities connected therewith e have .held sway. Probably the attend a ances were not so good as former years. The drought would account for 1 that, but there .as each day a large crowd of apparently care-free pleasure a seekers frivoling-away their time and s providing th...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") Already the problemn-of what is to be done to furnish suitable employment for soldiers at the termination of the war is exercising the minds of people I in England. It is interesting to note the direction in which its consideration' is leading. There would appear to be possibilities of an awakening to the great field for employment that lies in the development of rural Australia'. There is also the realisation that it is the vast ecpty spaces in the outlying portions of the Empire, and particular ly Australia, that will be the chief ele ment of danger in-future. Earl Gray is at the forefront of a movement that commissioned Mr H.E.Easton; secretary of the British Immigration League to inquire into the matter. MJr. Easton says that in Western Australia Earl crer has been offered 100,000 acres of f unit land, in proximity to the railway, at £2 an acre, purchase money not to be paid for twenty years. The owner further offers to advance £50,000 as worki...

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CHOOSING BREED FOR BEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

CHOOSING BREED FOR BEES. It is frequently remarked that the queen beo is everything to the hive. She is in many respects responsible for results obtained, and in consequence must be chosen according to results de sired. From among the numerous races of hive bees there is one outstanding breed which, after trials beside other breeds in the same- apiaries, has proved itself the best for most of the purposes for which a beekeeper wants bees. This breed is the leather-colored Italian, a native of northern Italy. In America, where the first important trials were made with this bee, it was found to be gentle, industrious, not very excitable, hardy, and, about all, leoss prone to swarm than other races. That it pos sesses these characteristics, and they can be enhanced by careful selection in queen breeding, has been proved in this State. In New South Wales, in particular, and elsewhere, one valuable point has been observed in connection with pure leather Italian colonies; they seek honey ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A CROYDON COMPLAINT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

A CROYDON .CCOM11LAINT. (To the Editor.) ire ramblini arounct C'rydon spendili a, pleasant week- t en(l. and would like to send along iome of my impressions. First. I got prickl\ ones. The council has kindl- allowed some hlackberry brambllls grow along the .mane strieet- n deot for the conveilicnce 1of the city folks. \Well I did sit ol one the other dark night, and, like my frind tihe madter tailor, the frind of Cr Daly's, I was like to sit tiere a.ll night lland get corn pcnsatioti from the said councillor. JIole, l. I got off. and was study Is' thec lovely evenin' when I got thoetoC of Riv boot in one of the Imaniy relies of stumps in the fut path. and 'llulcsi stood on my head befor. [ knew where I was. WVell. I gun s i wanlcd the imaster tailor agaiin, but praps the council, wilL pt use , new pair. Then thera .}as a fe stiray animials lyin' and ir- li' Ihout. the streets. and a kir k flromi (ie0 and, a. poke firon anolthlr i, another reason for com Pensra:tiji. especially when ...

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PIG ITEMS. DISARMING THE BOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

(I PIG ITEMS. DISARMING THE BOAR. The tusks of a boar ought to be kept short. This not only makes him less a menace to the other animals, but many pig-raisers believe him less fierce and self-confident. An inch and a half in length is about the limit to which the lower tusks should be allowed to grow. This means taking them off once every six months. The quickest and one of the commonest ways of dis posing of them is to knock them off with cold chisel and hammer. The trouble with this method is that it is likely to splinter the bone around the socket of the tusk, and I have even known the jaw-bone to be broken. A mdch better way is to break the tusk off with long horse nippers or with blacksmith's pincers; or the tusk can be nicked deeply on both sides with a three-cornered file, after which it can be knocked off with greater safety, though it is still better to use pincers. The stub can be smoothed down with a few strokes of a flat file. To hold him for this or any other operation ...

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LILYDALE ELECTRIC SUPPLY SCHEME. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

LIJADA LI.: ELECTRIC SUPPLY SCHEM1E. (To the Editor.) Sir.-- have read with interest ihe report submitted to the Lily dale shin. ('ouncil by Air V. J. l'rotivieh. T'ihe vital parts of the schelme are c. :l ii i.e in that por tion of the rl pori( I ldlished in your nunmier of 5th i 31roh. I. have had .onsideraillh experience in town li htin li ol ositions, and must take ex;ception o the figures contained in the rep'lrt. T'he est.in:.edl waier flOw is stated ;it. 4. c.?7T .ubic fet per s.cond. This amount of water, if it is available, I conteln will not produce more than .5 kilowatts. allowing 85 per cent. clliciency f, ti the alternator, 2 killwaitl= 'i' f Cr ei!;citla, purposes, and :, loss 't It pter cent. in the drive. Why. then. instal a 75 kilo wvatt mnchine to run at less than one-half l,,a. for, the greater part of the day, \gain. the storage of 3000 cubic yards iof water will only provide a second .15 kilowatts for five hours. Where is the provision for a. re duced flow o(f w...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

FOR WOMEN. (By "Ambreenme.") Inl the Noveimber issue of the "Nine teenth Century" is found a remark ably suggestive article, written by dis. Edlth bellars, on coetrain large and suc cesstul experiments in cheap catering wiich have been carried on for many years in some. of the cities of the Con tinent, notably in Christanua and \Vinna. W\atever else thie Briton may pride himself (or let us conrm s, herselt), upon, it- is not in the lmatter of cheap and e~ficient cooKing. As an example or this the writer quotes the case of a Belgian family, the teedmg or which was entrusted to a well-mean.ng ,London 'housewife, who starved her poor guests on expensive tinned jams and indigestible beef steak. Some kind expert succeeded in having tie Belgians subsidised to look after them selves Immediately the exiles put themnselves upon a tasty and nourish ing diet at something under one half what their English hostess spent. If the English woman. gets a permanent idea of how to live pleasantly and t...

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BELGIUM'S HEROIC KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

BELGIUM'S HEROIC KING. A soldier in tho Kings' Own Hlissars now fighting in France, writes in a letter to his wife in Melbourne:-"] saw the King of the Belgians yester day-a struly heroic'figure. He is im mensely tall (6ft 5in.), and is every inch a soldier and a man. He is the only king in the firing line. He is glorious. Whenever or wherever the Belgian soldier lights, the king is by his side. The Belgians never charge without the King leads. He has led the 18th Bel gian infantry into actions, fought as its colonel, advanced with it, and when it was, overwhelmed by superior num bers stayed with it till- of its 2,000 'fighting men only nine remained, but he brought back the nine in ferson. No wonder the army cheers like mad when his- tall figure looms up. No wonder the Belgians fight like demons."

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

WARBURTON. (From Our Own Correspondent.) • Electric .Light.-It seems :lm ,st Wto good. to 'be true .that we are to have- our owin schemen of street. and house' lighting. - It will be a boon to. public buildings and shol), for the universal .air-gas plant is Put. a sorry substitute. The scheme seems easily practicable, the only ccnsideration that Ieed give us pause being the question of ability of the average householder to mee~, the 'ght:ng accounts promptly. Some -c.day the surplus water power vwill be used for an electric trawu line to Cement Creek or some othcr scenic route. - The Belgian Relief Effort.-Last Tiihusday's euchre party and dauce, organised by Mrs W. Leith, had an exciting sequel. -The 'prizes in the tournameat, consisting of a gent's silver-mounted pipe and a silver. i~akel m'rrer (taoth prerento.l by fMr LW. Leith) were Won by Mr C. Haig anld Mrs l)uscher, who at once put. the articles up to auction. Mr M'Cl;lhutd, of Ringwood. officiated. and at once kuocked the p...

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Should Australia's Half-million Bachelors Be Taxed ? [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

Should Australia's Half-million Bachelors Be Taxed? In ordinary times the Bachelor Tax [is a joke to be fired off haL smoke, iights and sewing meetings, but it appears to be a very serious problem just now, for Mr J. B. Sharpc, Federal Member for Oxley, tells "Everylady's Journal ' for March (just issued) that he intends bringing a Bill before Parliament for the purpose of imposing a, tax on Australia's half-million bachelors. Folldwing up the receipt of this infcrmaition. "Everylady's Journal" invited a number of promineut men to offer opinions upon the right or \Irong of such a btax. Lord Mfayor Sir David Hennessy says that bachelors ought to be .taxed, and that he has always ad vocated a bachelor tax- in season and out. Mr Carmichael. Minis ter of Public Instruction in New Soutli Wales, says that there are better b?ays,' both of raising re venue nad of getting our y~oung men married off. "The girls" savs Mr Carmichael. 'have the remed in their 'own hands. They have the vct:--let ...

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MOTOR AMBULANCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

600 101TOR' AMBULANCE. (To the Editor.) Sir-Wc desire through your col uA1ou to iwake it. known that the Lily dale irancll of the Australian 1Vowen's aNational League has decid ed to join all the other branches il contributing to thie ambulance ftunds. It is impossible to rersonally visit rd1 nuin be, s, but any who ds:&re to contribute to the fund are invited to colmmunicate with either the pres idlcnt cr vic c-president.-Yours, etc., 31. C. WILEON. President. S. SHORT. Vice-president.

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

OUR LETTER BOX Without necessarily indorsing the opillos of . our ..orespondents, we opishall>e lad to insert commuhi catioS aring on topics of publio interest, which may e inuclligent intV briefly expressed and free froll Iersoualities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not 'eccssarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. ,nn--

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

Publio Notices. TUESDAY, MARCH 23. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAJIPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) will hold their *usual Bi-monthiy Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRINGERS,, iFAT AND STORE COWS, and lines of DAIRY HEIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by .CAMPBELL & SONS, B3OURKE - STREET, MELBOURNE. R1ETG rWOOI IG,CLELLAND . GO. STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, 1ING WOO D. i1r D. G. 31'Clelland, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY iMONDAY, at 1.30 p.m. ..Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, FURNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for Eur niture. Owing to the great expanse of business, 'we purpose in the course iof a month or so having two Auc tioneers on Sale Day. ENTRIES INVITiD. Camberwell Grammar School DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL, BURKE ROAD, CAM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

LILYDALE: CARRYING BUSINESS A; J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. *..ALL TRAINS MET. Orders kPromptly Attended To. CHARGES MODERATE. FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUDMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF.- WORK. JOBBING .WORK A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED ITO. BOWLING GREEN TEA ROOIMS 3VISHES to convey his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. ±JOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY;. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well .worthy of insIection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. Wishing all Patrons the Compli aents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK 3Vish*- :_ .timate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround- i ing Districts that he is now carry- I ing ;n Business in MAIN ST., ,and .c jz:~:., by cou...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

RINGWOOD! MARKET. -4--- I). C. M'Clcllan?d and Co. report: --There was a fair yarding of all classes of stock. Milkers, only in ferior forward. to £4; springers. £8 to £9 as; springing heifers, to £5 5s; backward springers, to £5 is; f:t cows, £7 to £10; fat 'hcifers, £t .lCs to £5 10os: light, weight caws, to £5 5s; stores. toY £2 1.4s; eoalers. 12s to 17s 6d; small vealers. 4s to 11s. Pigs.--Baconerl. none forward; porkers. none forward; suc kers and slips, 4s to 18s. Lambs, storce, to 7s 7d. 1Poultry.---Fowls. cockerls, ?-- Gd to 3s JOd pair; hens. 2s to 3s lid pair; geese, to 6s; chickens, Is to Is 9d.

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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 March 1915

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES. Reports received from the Dookie and .Longerenong Agricultural Col e leges . foi" the month of Februurv intimato'ithat, although drought con cditions still exist, "the reserves of. fodder on hand- ?-.e sufficient to meet rdquiremeints of the stock for a considerable time.. At Longere nong° 30 tons of silage had been made from tunbercarne during the present summer, and it was ex pected. to secure a further supply from the crops now growing; 130 acres of land has been summer-fal lowe. dA full complement of stu dents retjurned. at the beginning of trhe session, and, several applica tons for admission haive had to bo: held over until -next session. At Dookie a cominencement has been made. to sow 10 acres of skill less barley as fodder fdr dairy co~os, etc. This _crop is quick gr6wing, sweet and nutritious, and with good rains any time during March?, will give good autumn feed. It is also intended to put in about 20 acres )if a'mixture of early maturing wihebt and ...

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