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HON. E. H. CAMERON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

HON. E. H. CAMERON. ---c--O 121 la.st weeks' is?kue ai advertise meat, apl;pared calling attention to a meeting convenect by the: Presi dent of -the Lillydale Shire for ,'he purpose of taking some action in furthering the movement for a. pre sentation to M[r J:. 1-. Cameron,-the retiring, member for Evelyn. In respliise to this, several gentlemen tct- on Thurm'sdarv afternoon. Cr HIughes was voted to tihe chair. r M3r T`. \. Simpson was appointed secretary, Mfr J.. T. hillips treasurer, and the following c.:mmittee--c essrs blair. litclhell, Mcintyre, W. Black (Cooring) and T. E. Harrison , The Secretary was instructed to write to 1tr 1'. 3leAuliffe. Panton Hills .re obtaining subscription lists and information re centres which have becn formed in Lilydale dis Itrlet, Ir 11 II. Hughcs was pploinlted tl~ gate to attend meeting to be ;held in Melbourne on future date and the members of the committee were appointed collectors with power to add. It '.was decided to -hold the exst commit...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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WHY HE CRIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

IWHY HE URIED. *"What's the matter, little boy " "M-maw's gone an' drowned-allthe kittens." "Dear dear Now that's too bad." "Yes, an' she promised that I could do it l"

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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MADAME MELBA. ARRIVES AT LIDYDALE ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

[MADAME MELBA. ARll1VES AT LIBYDALE ON SUN DAY. At, the 'monthly meeting of the Lilvdale l:rogress Associaltion on Moundav evening, it was decided to nccrd ladame \relblt-at public wel come back to L.il'dale on -Sundany next. :Australia's grea.t singer wil arrive in iMelbourne by the Ade ktide express on .Sunday morning, and pass through Lilydale early the s:ti?n afternoon on her wa-y to .C'omibe cottage, Coldstream. - The shire 1.pesident will formalll and briefl welcomue 3hadame lelba -onl behalf of the townspeople. the band will plavy selection;, and arrange ncullts are being made, to. decorate the main street with Ilags :lte.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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CHILD HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

CHILD HUMOR. . The vast area which child-humor has lately occupied in the world of literature renders one doubtful whether many of the innumrable jokes foisted upon the "kiddies" are not1 after all, the work of inventive children of larger growth than those to whom they are attributed. At, first sight it may seem singular that the majority of these funny stories are connected with scriptural history, but taking it for granted that they are the pro ducts of adult minds, it pioves that the ,"old boys and girls" have been sharp enough toi recognise that biblical mat ters are prominept in the curricula in many schools. ]ence it is not sur prising to fild in Children's Answers coll ct.d by John Henry Burn," many pleasantries of this character-" 'Why was Moses hidden in ihe bulrushes by his -mother?" Because she dlidn't want him td be vaccinated." In view, of the dodging demeanor adopted by parents who are opposed to the cult of Jenner, such an aswer may have Seen given by a juvenile who ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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PEOPLE'S LIBERAL PARTY! MEETING AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

PEOPLE'S LIBERAL PARTY i MEETING AT LIAYDALE. ___ .. The .anlmn-1 ueeting of the reo le's Liberal I'art.y (Women's Branclh was held at ilhe Athenaeumn ?1i:ll. Lilvdfiole on Thursday aifternoon l.st The president (Mrs A. E. Syme) presided, and-there was an excellent attendance of members. The clcction of office-bearers resulted as follows President. Mrs Syrc (re-elccted) ; vice-president. Mrs Kay; secretary, Mrs C. J. Mitchell (re-elecled); treas urer, Mrs Derry... 'After' some cdiscussioni and final decisi'ois :njodn vari(csn bsiiess mate teri i conctrin i t.he6 organisation for the comingv (.lections. - in wiiiich a. la.re afinount ofr entlhusiasm wi's shown, - the necting took the form of L social gd.heriun. Some delight fill musical items 'were coinributed bi Miss Fullcri: rom Melbourne, if- Lek-i which pi address on .'ederad politics wis delivered by Miss Laig Meas on. Tlihe sl.aker deicribed ihe systeým of proportional represent'-t ion fort the Senaate, which is .idv(o.at ed by...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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FIVE RULES FO[?] FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SU[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

FIVE RULES F FORTUNE, :HOW SOME SECURED SC 1. Cultivate and preict }o Experiment. 'lho sor . something new, ouh.h, ??ac pie it may tbe, wiel ?el.,ur, peli?e, or Uo tilings i el L utore convieniet or piojOui.: ted?ci'eO \Haste. People wuo haed e thi;g 1 day use are the .latllal lIc better thangs, and he n;clulai ists of to-uorrouw. head tile splenuid adice tha gives. Learn the procUdure tenuuig in the chlet tountr securI your own legal Im?ul your rights by becowing a p 2. If that, workman or lot your ingenlous lriena has prt clever luIenti·uin, put hau tl famlous and wealthy inveeto: Mr. F. Towscnd, an ?n:0or, thu "Invento'r' Guide'": ' a mendng it strongly to frund of the kind I hare setn. It a lot of good, it is au ln about pa,ents by tel:ing k?m he can obtain the "lrvenurs 3. Fo.r' yourself, obtaln which tells what to InFent, patent, how to soil panents .Inventions hane sold or, l-a have been offered (n cash) :a tions, and what Edisun ad;b' ' he "Intcntors God:" is by the experts ...

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[?]SPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

;m ;~ give AM1INOr 'I able to > 'ii i t I gie A~!~ dodge~·rs,~o : ii b i l.. I ieuo ews j it Iills k 'tttiug n:. iii but U ire you ii I'1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

PURCHASE YOUR SUPPLIES AT LILYDALE, .WANDIN, WARBURTON and CROYDON HEAPEST Fo .OR. E VERY THiING. 1 LARGOEST STOCKS. LOWEST PRICES? MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE. WE -SELL: Groceries Oilmen's Stores Crockery Glassware Tinware Glasaware Enamelware Hollowware And Sundries. In fact Anything You Want WE SELL : Ironmongery - Of All Descriptions': GalvanisedIron .. Barbed Wire .Feffcing Wire Wire Netting. White Lead :"Oils and TVarnish Window Glass - ':Doors and Windows Timber of)All Descriptions :WE SELL-:' Flour Pollard Oats Wheat Maize Peas Potatoes ' Botiedust: - Superphosphates Orchard MVIauure, Eto. COMVIE AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES- IT WILL PAY YOU. J. HUTCINSON, General Merchant Lilydale, Warndin, Warburton and Croydon ISAiL WORTSL¥Y MAIN-ST., LILYPALE,:. - LAND AND ESTATE AGENTJ Kents and Debts Colleotod, AGENT FOR SNEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE. NORTH QUEENSLAND FIRE Insurqnce E-"U Y YOUR -PIANOS AND iORGANS AT R. and E. ROSSBOROUGH'S --Banufacturers and Importers Wholesale and lRetail Furnit...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER IX. A BREAKING HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

--THE MASTER PASSION. -4-- CHAPTER IX. A BREAKING HEART. Captain Beresford was not so much occupied with his own success, as to be unable to notice the doings of other people. His mind was much exercised during dinner by Ida Hamilton's ex cessive pallor. What was it that had banished every scrap of colour, from her ,'"cheeks, which had been blooming as bright as any wild-roses they passed in the hedges? Had anything nappened when" his back was turned? - Deverel was with her all the time, and he look ed serenely happy, which forbade the idea of a quarrel. There had been no accident to try her nervrs, and the. contents. of the post-bag could have had nothing to do with it, for she had looked as white as a sheet in the car riage, when the letters were 'securely sealed up in the mail. After dinner, as soon as the gentle man came into the drawing-room, which they did after a very short interval at Belton, his eyes roamed round 'the room in search of Ida. She was seated by Lady Wilbraham'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

.. IF OUT OF GEAR TIVE STOCK INSURANCE ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS _ .... COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAdJ AND DEATH, FROM ANY CAUSE THEEE- . AFTER. IATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. \CTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED 0 APPLY TO " DALGETY Q CO.. LTD.. MELBOURNE. I __ _ _ MEN, oWOMEN I I Know that special diseases of oesa and women. when neglected or bad. ly treated, deplete the Strength and Vigor. and mete life unbearable I treat every disease to Cure: Kill and oradicate every Germ; Soothe and Heat the nerve ccntrei t Subdue all inflammation. and restort a normal condition. WeaK. Diseased or Discouraged Men ma' have the benefit of my years ol experienct FREE. and may depend on Ihn strictest Confl dence and Privacy. Call or Write. Medicns senti Post Free wuopned securelr fn plan wropper. AllIrubbeo goods stocted at lower prirce- ,Whb.M lnorance It . Crlme* Thl. Indh.4P. Yblt. book .. J-.. ..n om lpj- by m- It 1. Inr.lu·bl...

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RIDDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

RIDDLES. What is the best material for aero planing?-Fly paper.. ;How .doth the little bee dispose of its honey?- Sells it. .. -What nation is most likely to win inz the end ?-Determination. What? letter of- the alphabet is neces sary. to make a shoe?--The last. - .Why did Noah ..object tio the letter 'l" d?-Because it made ithe ark dark. -'What is worse than raining cats and dogs on a stormy night?--Hailing taxi cabs;. What is it that has a mouth, but nevei- speaks, and a- bed but never lies in it?--A river. The beginning. of eternity, the end of tinie. and space, and the beginning of -every end, and the beginning and ithe "end of every place?--The letter E. Why are btie Marys the most amiable of their sex --Because they can al 'ways be m6lly-fied. -

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

RINOWOOD MARKET, M-onday. 21st July.-3ecssr, P.:G. !'OClelland- and Co. report:: Yardings of -all classes this week again good. especially poultyv and pigs, for which coinm~etition was k'ceii Milkers. to LG a5s springers, from L5 to LG 2s Gd -f.t at cows, to L?~ s; meaty Lows, to $.5 2s 6d i;store cows, showing age, to L2' 7s Gcd; springing Ibeiers, to Li -.s, calb e. ]gllat, gs 6d to 1Gs" pigs, porker.s 1.ight, 34i to 38S medium to -1s' l-eav,; to 55s s snckers, small, to IQs rd; slips; good sorts. .to 25s'. fat lambs. ti 16s. 1oultry-- Cck~rels from :3s 74 to-Gss 6d, liens from fos i d to 3s T d: ducks. 4s to 5s'; tiurkey -hgns bo 7s each', -Horses.-Ponies from L. to L15,. Next sale, Monday, 27 th, -• __ , .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

Stop at the old and tried Drapery Establishment n the New Position-- .oomy, Spacious Pre. mises---filled with a Big Up-to-date and Varied Stock. J.T. PHILLIPS, --- DRAPER MAIN STREET - LILYDALE. BUY LOCALLY. SAVE TIME. SAVE TEMPER. SAVE-£. s. d. DRESS MATERIALS A Nice Selection of NEWEST DRESS FABRICS In Smartest Shades. At Lowest Prices obtainable in the State. A Beautiful Range of' BLOUSES, TRIMMINGS, LACES, Etc. - Etc. Sr'iCIAL VALUE IN MILLINERY TRIMMING, ETC. All the most becoming new shapes, colors and ideas are now showing in this Department. It provides in the fullest degree the Latest Styles at very Reduced Prices. SPECIAL VALUE IN HOSIERY 8 GLOVES 0---- A LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES in all the Best and Most Up-to Date Shapes and Styles Available. S SPECIAL PRICES. - Ne aonly ask 'OU to v-i!t us. The Variety and Value will make you friends and customers for _- ever. INSPFCTION INVYIED. Post Orders Promptly. Attended - to. - , Satisfaction Guaranteed. Remember the A...

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Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, JULY, 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

JYlllllAY, JULY, 31 ,19141 Mi: .J1 h MlcDougall .-the selectcd Laboi .cancid'ito for' IFlinders .corn= Ucelicc. Idis clectioii camfpaign 1i n tIhis dishi c on '01Pcsd:m bl ' iddi c sinig hic ,clctors.~ t " Las1ateri Mi1r Mceoii'ghl lias :': bubv time qhiciA mnd in l;lins issue :..list of pncetings i nt. the 1 iar hurton, Lilydcle hRing 'O( w o od.Cjndon ind= Jleaikqvifle' dis= ;fiicts is: a(IdVtised_,a Iý ý At the meeting of the Lilyiaie Progress Association on Monday ev ening l:ist. M3r E .A. Janson .reported that a mleting had been hald to 'ke form tihe Lilvdcale Hillc Club. 3Mr 3M'Cristal. jun'r., was elected secre rcLtar, and an ollicer would be sent up l~y the Defence del:a~rtment to I inspcct and report. on t.he ralge. wchich .is situated in the proper tics of. Messrs '1'Cristal.and JI. ,o_ icr. Permission i to .use . same had I been grianted. aud .r.allge. up to 1000 'yards .:distance coild:.be pro- dired.--hMeabcrs, agreed the. rcsus citatioit 'of lihe club .would be t: miov...

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OUR NAVAL UNIFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

OUR NAVAL UNIFORM. It is stated that, for the fixing of a uniform dress for the Navy, we are ndebted to the admirals of George II. Meeting one day at their club, these heroes resolved "that a uniform dress is useful and necessary for commission ed officers, agreeable to the practice of other nations." Barrow's "Life of Howe" tells us that Admiral. Forbes, who was deputed to convey this reso lution to the Duke of Bedford, then First Lord df the Admiralty, on bling asked to choose a uniform, said, "One with red- and blue, or blue and red, as these are the national colours." "No," replied his Grace, "the King has set tled it otherwise. He saw my Duch ess riding in the Park a few days ago in a habit of blue faced with white, which, took the fancy 'of his Majesty, and he has ordered it as the uniform of the Royal Navy."! And, surely enough, in 1748 the. colours of :the Duchess of Bedford were sported by our naval men, *

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NO TAX ON THIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

NO TAX ON THIS. "Who can make a sentence and use the word 'income' correctly?" asked the teacher of the second grade. "You miny tell us, Johnny," indicat ing a little boy.whose lhnd was waving violently. "In comoe-a rat,", was the triumph-. ant response.

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ALONE I DID IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

ALONE I DID IT. In Stivichal, near- Coventry stands a building unique among places of wor ship. ' John Green, a stonemason, in 1810 laid the first stone of the edifice, and, seven years later he completed it. In all that time lie derived assistance from none, doing all the work with 'his ov n hands, until the church was ready for its interior fittings. This is the ly stone struoture in England-and probably in the world--of -which every stone was laid by one man. The building accommodates quite a .largo congregation, and the church derives a considerable revenue from the contri butions of sightseers, who are drawn to the place through curiosity. In some experiments in Wales over a series of years the best crops of mangels in four different countries •ro grown by the use of 20 tons faim yard manure, 2561bs nitrate pi' soda, 698 lb superphosphate, 163 lb ni-' trase of potacsh.

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SEVILLE. Mechanics Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

SEVILLE. - -----00-- (Irou -Our Own ii 0C:rros1:o::duln.) 31ccl auis' l itn l lute.' -lhe anlne meet:ng"r of the 'Scvilie \lechanies" Jnstitutli was hold hu the I1ull on 1"ond a: ci enei (th inst.. when 'a Ifair number iof the public and sbl.0scii'-ers at'oud.od. .lr T. -t. lihriay presiding, . The repotl, of the poonlnii ot nund the balanoe-shiet showed li. insli tution to be in a highlv sa'tisrfic tory position. The receipts for the year ammointed to I 1(;I 7s 2d1:, and the expenditure (li 1,j5J 14. 3d, leaving- a ba!lance in hand of L10t 12s lid.; a sd. as the delft onl the hall is. L1- lS 1as, the aotuith l_.it bialace a t the p(l1d of the intancial yeoar was only 1.11 2s Id. At pre sent. two dressing rooms, provided with a hirepl.ce., are in corn'so of ierection a. the 'eal' ot .tLhc. li ll; The libralry comprises I50 yol unl-es, besidos a.large quantityliv of nagazines and periodicals. Dur - inig the year a. handsome doiation of '200 books was received from MIrs David Smine wh...

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

TURF TOPICS (By. "Flea ington.") 'Tis to be regretted that the remain der of the '"winter campaign" wiL not see those public favorites,, Vanguard and Leah Kleshna in action. Both suffered sufficient injury while taking part in the Grand National Steeple chase to keep them out of the fiela for some time to come. Jumpers oI this class are always missed when they drop out of the running, especially at this time of the year, but there is no reason to think that their absence will take all the interest out of cross-coun try sport in the ,next few weeks. There is always new talent to take the place of the old, and, fortunately, the present season seems to be well up to the average ln tnis respect. In supporting Flash Jack's candida ture for the Australian Steeplechase, one is encouraged by the recollection that the gelding has before to-day shown a liking for the "country," over which the Four Miles event is runi. Last year, at Caulfield, Flash Jack se cured .a place in a two miles steepl...

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GETTING EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 24 July 1914

GETTING. EVEN.: " "No, I don't believe' in expensivo practical jokes," said a San Francisco business man, "except by way of re .taliation." "Now last year I received a telegram from a friend who was travelling in Italy. - It came 'colleat' and cost me seven dollars;; and when I opened it all I read was, 'Thank you, .I am well.' "Then I sallied forth and sought me out- a cobble-stone--a nice, large cobble stone s'eighing about eleven pounds. And I wrapped it in excelsior, pink cotton and white paper; and JI boxed it lup in a handsome box; and I sent it by express, 'collect' to my facetious friend far across the bounding billows. "And when he' had paid'2his little fifteen dollars, alnd had opened the box in St. Petersburg, if I remember right ly, he found in addilion to . the pre cious contents .a note from' me that explained, 'This -is the load that rolled off my heart on receipt. of the news of your good health.': " Gentlemaii (to dog dealier); "gave you a high price for this dog la...

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