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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 March 1915

WARBURTON. (From Our Own Ocrrespondent.) Easter .Monday Attraction.-For the lest of calises, the relief of the starieg Belgians, YWarburton is 3 - ranging an Easter attraction. A committee of ladies, with Mliss Hodge-as hon. secretary, is- engaged in busy preparations for a Jumble Fair 'wit:h side shows, while the aaxenen of the district are uarang:ng -a big wood chopping contest. Only one thing is needed-a" good trophy to attract axemen from a distance. The men will cut and haul t.he logs. and pay all preliminary expenses. Who will offer a, trophy? Fire Brigade.-Our team arrived home, without, prizes certainly, but with the 'satisfaction of knowing that, in. spite of being only a, fort night in operation, they had put up in competition a performance rthat points to victory in the next tournament. Though ha.ndicappe:l by using borrowed apparatus, the team put 'up excellent time in the sprints. Fred. Taylor heating his op pcsing hydrant man by a. clear twc seconds. Concert by Juvenil...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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SALE OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 March 1915

SALE OF .FRUIT.. The waarehouse of F.. H. Brun ning lI'. Ltd, .Elizabeth street. 31el bourne.. was crowded almost to th6 point; of suffocatioit on Monhay morning, when an auction sa'e of -ruit; and vegetables grown by .iaidiae Meli:a, et Cooml:e Cot-:ge was held. in aid of the- Belgian R?e lief Fund. Owing to indisposition. Madadme 1lelba was" unable to act as auc?icnier. and the sale was .cm du'ctbed by fMr Barry Lupino, tl;e popF?.r comedian. assisted by Niss isabella 1)Armanid and Miss Vera Pearce. of the "Follies" Conmpany. The first- article submitted was a ":likv- bea,.:" iWhich was knocked do.wn to 3Maa.lae M1elba for £1. aod then resold. A large sizc d-,carrot was next offered. Mr Lupino ex tollcd the virtues of this particular vegetable, which he persisted int ealling a. "car-ot." and after keen bidding it was sold for £2. ilucl merriment was caused by the spir ited ceml:edition indulged in by IMr J. J. C.rbeot, and 'ir H. D. 3I'In Lesli. lir Cor;ett bid £2 for a leek. anid...

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

Gbasuhurluiu' aln i' Tablets )i~Eou1~* Ogi ~ ou~sra eta J. TOO GREAT A RISK.-It is.' too great a risk to depend upon neigh bors or sending for medicine in cases of sudden attack of bowel com plaint. Think of the suffering that must be endured until medicine can be obtained. The safe way is to keep Chamberlain's Colic and, Diary hoeLa Remedy aways qan hand, It has never failed / o reeteve d-.iar hoed, dysentery, and, pains iii the stomach, and has saved more pain and suffering than any 'other medi cine known. Sold b.y -J. Hutchinson, -Lilydale; C. Hansen, MilgToy& ; Scot] and Allen, Yarra GC4ei; I~. . BTashaw ji4 'W, . . Dw~born,. Healesvi'.b, r i iublio 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: VARRA GLEN, Tuesdays, 10 to 1. \~ARBURTON, We...

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BALL AT WEST WARBURTON. BELGIAN FUND BENEFITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 March 1915

BALL AT WEST WARBUR TON. BELGIAN FUND" BENEFJTS. A grand ball was held -in the West Warliurton Hall on 5th March in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund. Over 100 people. were present, many coming from a distance to help makie the function a success. All. thoroughly enjoyed themselves till the wes sma. hours. As b iresult of the ball. West Warburtonites Wvill hand over. a cash balance of '£13 9d to the "Argus" fund for the Belgians. -Especially in these. bad times, when there is such a con stant demand on one's- pocket, the result is highly satisfaptory. The conimittee nwish to thank one iid all for support given for this 'e-. serving fund.

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

Public Notices.. TUESDAY, MARCH 23. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMIPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) will hold their ,usual Bi-monthly Sale in their' yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRINGERS, FAT AND STORE CO WS, aid lines of DAIRY HEIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by CAMPBELL & SONS, BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE: RiT11TGW OOD S,CGLELLAND &' CO. STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTAT'IE- AGXTS, ..... - OPPOSITE STATION., 1u ( WODuU 3cs:srs W. and 1). G. M'Clellandl, A uc tincers. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY .)SONJJAY, at 1.:J0 p.m. ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIG S, I'O U LTRY, SURNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for E?ur niture. 3Ionthly sales of Cattile. etc., held at our yards. opposite Leith's I-lo tel, Warburton. W. CLARK. Local Agent. ENTRIES INVITD. Camberwell Grammar School DAY AND B...

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OBITUARY. MRS BELL, SEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 March 1915

OBITUARY. MIRS BELL, SEN. On the 27th of Inst month (says the "Messenger"), aft'er a protract- ed illness, borne with Christian for- titude, Mrs Bell passed away at her residence, Gulf Station, Yarra Glen. The deceased lady, who was a native of Scotland, was born in 1834, and came to Victoria in the ship "Intrinsic" in 1841, when only seven years of age. She was mar- ried on 19th August, 1860, at the residence of her parents, the late Mr and Mrs William Little, of Broug- ham street, Richmond, to Mr Wm. Bell, of Yarra Glen, who prede- ceased her by 37 years. The late Mr Bell arrived in Vic- toria in the "David Clark" two years earlier than Mrs Bell, and for a short time lived with his parents at Diamond Creek, and later at Kangaroo Ground. He afterwards purchased an estate at Yarra Glen, where he carried on farming and grazing until he died in the year   1878. Mrs Bell retained the property, so well known as the Gulf Station, and with her family of four sons and four dau...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

(To the Editor.) Sir,--.IMy friend HIennessy is kind ness itself. Just now he's intense ly interestel in the war. lie Very nearly draggel me over the railway station to a buxom little aidy who ;alas labelled, 'The 13elgium Wicd 'u-.s' Fund." She was rattling a little money box, and just dragging the 'coins out of ithe hard-ups. "Faix,. says I, 'Is she the widder?" You'd never have thought it. I looked again, and sure enough it was, as plain as could be. "el niatn Widciv's Fund," just the onei; singular, possessive, ,widow. "Ar lah, there's hope for me yet,. I'll ;et another room to hmy old shanty, ,lld Ithe.re't soon be . no need fo: the money '.box.---Yours. etc., A -'LONELY. Croy don, 24-'3-15.

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

OUR LETTER BOX -- e . Without necessarily indorsing the ' opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may be intelligent . y and briefly, expressed and free from. personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. S --- -00- ---- -

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GRUYERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

GRUYERE. (From Our Own Correspondent.). Efforts arc being made by 'the local School Committee to induce the Govermnent to build a neul school, as the prcscint one is over cil-d· ded. Last Friday Mliss Slade, tn in str'uctor in swimming .for the Edu cation department, attended to give certificates for proficiency in swim ming to the local scholars. MIr ]all's two-sons were successful. Our teacher has been very enthusiastic in this matter, and the children look forward to her weekly lessons in the local miniature lake. Miss Slade gave some very, interesting demonstrations in life - saving, re hoving clothes while treading n'ater, etc. An unrehearsed performance took place while the demonstrator was in the water. A ram, evidently .not appreciating his drinking .ater being disturbed, pharged the spec tators, who thereupon gave a; life saving demonstration on -their: own account, by putting an fence between., The trouble then was to rescue MIiss Slade, and the boys and dogs ad vanced in ...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

(To the. Editor.) Sr,--S. eing that the -L lyd:,le B1 gian Fund Sports committee. com bined !with tihe ]adies' committee, consider it .so highly important to have a liquor booth at the sports to be held on April 17th next in order to attract the people of this district to it ; seeing after all that has been. said of how we can abso4 lutcly trust the people not to over indulge; seing that the public will 15o [so iager to spend their money provided they can get. theii' pot of bcol or glass of whisky as a stimu lamnt-I pr:sanre not for their bodies but to make them open their lpoc ket's-'to help the poor starving Bel gians,-twho have sacrificed theirl.i ves, theii- homes, their dear ones, and their country, for the sake of upholding honoi';-seeing that the publicans of this t.own are tumb ling over each other in their cager nees to clonate large amounts to th.llo 'fund, and even going so far as to offer to provide beer at cost price; and seeing that a portion of the ladies do not objec...

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COUNCIL APPROVES OF BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

3couCIT APFROBES OF. BOOTH. The ap-l'catisn for permis-ion to have -a booth. at the sports was dis cussed at the Lilydale council meet ing on 3Monday last. Cr PEGh:.e moved t. at pcrmis'ion bL orauted.-Seconded by Cr IIuglhs. The. president (Cr, Wallace) said he did nuot think "it was right for the council to have to decide this matter, and hoped it- would- not be long before it would be decided only in the Licensing Court. It only made 1-ad fe2ling at the coun cil table. Cr Hughes said it, was nonsense to say that because -there :was a booth men would get drunk, and thought. the question should be look ed at from a brcadcminded siand point. Cr 1M'Ghco said that as the pro coeels were to.ba devoted to a good cause there should be no hesitation in granting the application. Cr RJiouget referred to the fact that all the .great leaders in the old land-M-Ir Asruith, Lloyd George, Kitchener, and others-were doing their best to curtail the c.:nsumption of liquor, while Russia had volun4 te...

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BOOTH OR NO BOOTH. FOR BELGIAN FUND CARNIVAL. PUBLIC MEETING IN FAVOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

BOOTH OR NO BOOTH. t OR BELGIAN FUND C.ARNIVAL. PUELIC MEETING IN PAVOUR.. SThere was a large 'attendance at tho Shire Chambers, Lilydale, - on Thursday evening last, to consider the question of the advisability or othei:wise of having a.a publican's looth at the forthcoming sports meeting at Lilydale in aid of the Belgian Fund. Cr H. IIHughes was voted to the chair, and explained the object of the meeting. MIr O. Wright moved that there be no publican's booth at the sports." and in a, fairly lengthy speech point ed out. his reasons for opposing the suggestion. From a,. iinancial point of view, if they ha'd to hold ouit a glass of beer or whisky as an en cour:genent t", raise fun's f r siuh a deserving cause, .it would be-bet ter to drop the movement from the start. IIe understood tliat one of the local publicans would offer a good sum if there is no booth.. Taking everything into considera tion, he thought there would be more money raised if they had no booth. School children would...

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THE SEA TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

THE SEA TRADE. How far it is possible for Germany to affect our oversea trade is to many a debatable point. There is, however, little cause to fear that any serious damage will be done. It is very notice able that where a ship happens to be protected or armed with a few guns it .is generally left severely alone by the enemy's submarines. The East Coast of England is peculiarly liable to attack by reason of its open shores, and here, for the most part, the damage is being done. It is only necessary for the British Fleet to blockade the ,Straits of Dover, and screen the North of Scotland, and there would be no chance; but an occasional one for any enemy craft to get out. Up to this, this has not been done, and the open route is being utilised by the German boats of destructi6n. The pinch-of hunger is being severely felt in Germany, and there will be more hunger within the next few months. The desperate at tempts being made to-deprive England of the advantage of oversea trade are only ...

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

'All that glitters is not gold,' tr?~cl old proverb as true as old," ,ireattle th) printer man so sad, Lcaunii g his ads., the good and, bad; ls to`s iu fl.bter, his eyes in teas,. ts thotught of the weary years anld years - lIhi?1, had come and gone agd .si W h.oere going, - j- et lthe 'quidst' for t~h,?se Rds , werow OWY ,r We "go to school to learn to read, _ We work to win a prize; We .read to learn what others sei. T1en .why not Advertise' L-~Z'...~ma u~.... When -doing, business witl~ an ad vertiser, please say that you saw his advertisement in this paper. , It doesn't cost you anything:.but it ma, erially helps tih advertisinag nd ourselv'es , . . Public . Notices WATCH THIS SPACE FOR NOTICES CONCERNING THE LILYDALE SOCIAL ANID LITERARY CLUB, Members desiring use of Club rooms during the day time may ob tain key from Mr W H. Thomas, Bowling Green Tea Rooms T W. SIMPSON, Sec. Dr A. E. SYME, ?res. MYIORTON & SON &AUCTIONEERSE S, .state, Stock and Insurance nAgen...

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LOAD EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

LOAD EVEN. In loading a waggon place the load evenly over the front and hind wheels. If any difference: is made it should be on the hind wheels. They are larger and hence do not sink,.in.uas deep as the smaller front wheels:. The fact that the load is farther from the 'team does not increase the draft on the wag gon. When the team is hitched to something dragging on the grdund then the nearer the team is to the load the lighter the pull. This is due to the fact that the nearer the team is the more the pull will be upward, thus helping to reduce' the friction between the load and the ground.

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BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

SBELGIAN RELIEF FUND. The first of a s-ries of entcrt-ain m:nlts in :id of the Belgian Fund 1v s given t!j a fairly large aud kn. on S.aluaiy" evening last iii he .Mech.uldni(' liall, Croydon. AIr J. C. '::vcc. of the T:ourist Bureau. .'e, m:st enjuoyabl lecture, cn tit:d ' ]'ictureslque Victoria," illus uituld b1, a I rge number of photo. graphic t:nt rn slide .showing seve rIl of the most chariuing holiday i.s:u,rts in all parts of the State, from Icchlwcrtli and the B]uffalo :lange Sicrt'land, .'cterborough, and I.;rnce; Lnd spots of interest and I;: tut t' bh found at various parts cf 'the Dividing :Range. The lec - ture was punctta'e l w:tlh humorous :?c edot s. as well as descriptions ,f the ??'iv. and means of tra-el The Iluo J. . P. Jones, M..L.C., pre sided, and urged at length the strong claims of the Belgians to Ithe sympathy turd help of Britons 'crrlwhcre. Tl'he entire receipts of lthe lecture \will le devoted to 'the Lord llaryor's Fund. \ meeting is convened by the Li...

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

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, BOLS GIN PURE AN!D VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHt D OVER 135 YEARS. AGONIER' S Pure French Grape ** B RACN D Cognac t w arThe Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIPW hisky y?3i?- - iw iiI . . . -· ---- - . - W. MORGAN 9 CO., 520-6 SWANSTON-STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1006. Manufactarers of Tents, Tarpaulins, Rick Covers, Flags, etc. Also, all of the above can be had on hire. Veran dah and Window Blinds a 8pscialty. Importers of Canvas, Duck, Twine, Bunting, etc. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. Can Cure TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POISONED SORES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS, AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 and 3/6. Cumberland Road, Pascoe Valk, (Near Coburg). I Sa?n 9d in atanum for a lara~ Fren trial bettle of the lifaegiving Vitadatio I t suci eds where doctors fail. It s-on cures Bright's Diaease, Hytadids, Liver Troubles, De. bit?y. Chronic Indigestion. In. san;ias. ad innumerab...

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OUR SOLDIERS. FAREWELL GATHERING AT EAST WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

OUR SOLDIERS. -4-- ryREWELL GATHERING AP EAST WARBURTON. On Saturday evening, 13th inst... s;me 50 persons gather.d at "Beech. t3 ,', East Warburton, in response t) a. general invila, ion thcu.htfu]ly itsued by Mrrs H1. T Burgess. The objcec of the gcathering was to bid cod-bre to Mr Angus M'Leod, u pery rc;Pcctetd resident of the dis tiic:. who has join d the expcd tion ary fore s, and is at present camped t Br"oadmncadows. Advantage - was :.kcn of the occasion to help swell .he fund: for the relief of ourbrave •Ilics. i he Belgians. The weather j ,le:st.:ll and a very enjoyable ve:1ing was spnmt music and danc n bcing indulged in by most. of the gus. i whilst suitable spacehes, ia honor of the occasion, were made. 3ir 31'Jntyre, the schoolmaster, So the st.rlirg qualities of the p~incilal guest. Mr 31'Load, andal] pr,?ient felt sure that he would ,rinL, nothing but credit to himself i.?? the distlritt he ]Ia? 1 ved in for - long, in his manly efforts to do hi duty t our King andw ...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 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 vaste. People who handle things in every day use are the na'ural inventors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Read the splenlid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,--then seoure 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," '" 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 ventors' Guide." 3. For yourself obtain this book, which tells what to...

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YARRA GLEN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 March 1915

YARRA GLEN SHOW. The Yaria Glcn Show on Wed' ncsday proved highly successful, the attendance being good and the cn* cries numerous and of good quality. Phc l show was opened by .l1r Jas. Rouget, 1f.L.A., member for thc dis"' trict. The following were the prizi winners in the 'horse sections, the iudges being Messrs C. and I. WVhitty :- Draught stallion, J. Timms' Gen ýral Gordon; draught gelding, L. ?racintyre; draught. mare with foal ait foot, A. Holmes; draught foal, I. Holmes; thoroughbred mare and oal,P T E. . Harrison's Fairy Quei Ind foal by Brakpan; foal progenY ýf Bonnie 3IKiinney, T. lracintyrc; spring cart mare or gelding, 0. White. Ring Event's.- . et,. horse oVeI' fenco, Mliss Irish's nomination 1, '. Lithgow's Coolart 2; buggy mare or gelding, C. White; gentlema'i's h~ck, P. Lithgow's Coolart 1; lady's hack, 3. W. ThLmsay 1; lady rider. 3liss (rish 1. ; Hunters' Plate, T'. Lith" gow-'s Coolart 1; lady rider, 18 yrs and underl. Miss Mary Bath 1;'"lion :Thst Trot I1 mile,...

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