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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 February 1914

To the Editor. Sir,-May I trespass on your val- uable space to make a few remarks re a letter appearing in your issue of the 6th inst. from one who must be as he signs himself-'ATraveller' not a local resident, or he would have had more reliable data to go upon than a casual conversation in a railway carriage. Any local re- sident who has followed local affairs at all will know that the line which he refers to as the Shire Council's Steam Tram was built under a dele- gation granted to the council in the first place, but handed over by that body to the Powell Co., who at their own expense constructed   the line, and have to provide rolling stock and maintain the line. This, I hold, constitutes the Powell Co. ow- ners of the line. The delegation was     of course granted to them on the condition that they catered for the public. With reference to the al- leged lack of accommodation, I may remind "Traveller'' that "Rome was not built in a day," ne...

YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

YARRA JUNCTION. --0o--* "Fairphay" wwritcs,: \We had a cheap excursion last' Thursday week for the fruiigrowers, anid the train was crowded.- It -is time we hdl cheap trips; Mlelbourne people can come for 2s 6d return on Sundays. Why cannot we get a 2s Gd trip retirn on Saturdays oor tro ughout the week? Surely we' are en titled t Ca cheap fare, particularly as the residents have been .paying the railway trustr rates so long. By the bye, when are the Commiss ioners going to strike it off the rate payers? The Shire council have made a higher rate, viz., eighteen pence in the pound. Australia" will soon be like England-a pooi- man, cannot live with rates and taxes, bread 7d a loaf ,meat 5d. to 7d a pound

[?]BURTON. [?]VEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

,URTON' to chrollicl S ene Pb S'omuce0' I COnlillJt'leeo '.tens- i ad _ . .i n1ade n11 (Il _:!,i, delmand *-.jer le a " til rim' of .'il' b r 'lli-ll'r ; 'l, t"e boule ,I withli ," - li";', g iht to " thrill ,?. is d t.e' r ii ii U alrei ' Uly re IT Sbe retaiied it iii r'Ife ,I rtlblic \'orks - ': , fiv-e hcui ' ,n IliaW I T "'vide on each+ ! : ill -is it . N t il 'lel a ' .j . . ' oall be i A;?,, 1 beI ' t; , tbll te ii'.c. ain g t t ,d ; ;,, the railw:,; :, it. lailw:' is . at ti:' iiiit't i - oli nsiderati . IN. -. n, layi at tii .aring coinpl . Nri, wNithl a Cii as, is busi as S1,iiiehuldl c - * h' latter I l i a '1. and hou: -e Switlh lthe lu S:.tthni w tL'". "i a the reticula ..'i f'r thlt,_ r;g'iL j?'CESIST. ;ourt oil Tiles I rricks, aied TIl :.v:r 31Mr J. Litli- an .iidsrges of hlr- ti iNAd by the ac- pe L the 1bav was Su . and also ]iher- 6d it'l:ibli low- u: g Shd was ruemai- tit Slluj:sat iloy. as BYl ITHAVIOR. ioi 10' SkiNed in ~ in m mil' street on pCe ,. rding to thu s...

RINGWOOD. AN ESCAPED LUNATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

RING WOOD. AN EScAPE!)D LUNATIC. M :r\is Stainer, who -recently es-. ;ieorl fronm the - Sunbury Lunaitic cl Asylum ,was arrested by Constable SBray last week at .Ringwood, and b was sent.back to the Asylum. About 10- three years ago :Constable Bray ar ed rested Stainer for. setting fire to d. a paddock at Croydon. 1- A SENSATIONAL SITUATION. - ad )ir '. Grant had a narrow escape nt from being dashed to death by a h j, train on Tuesday last. It appears d that Mlr Grant was cartingo goods of fromi the railway station'. and wdas i- about to driv cover t.hc level cross ing when the Healesville traiiin came i bearing down on him. Mr.. Grant pl ed the horse up, and by turiinig the tl anlimal's hed to one: side, just made t sunflicicut room for: the ."train -to o sweep past without: doing: anything more1 serious thani to graze the side Sf the winkers and frighten both the horse and driver. A NEW SHOP. 31r John P a.rIke, the . weli knioin dlraper,. has let a contract :for t!'e erection of a...

Church [?] SUNDAY [?]. Church [?] [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

Chard I SLIX¢ji Church : LilydJ1 t c aa -11 ant. And Yeringuj1 1st Sunday 11 Pre - Lilydale--I ass Cr03 dond P1T I Rinagood-;, i 11r Thonaa;,. 1.3 M1r Matt ilga I 11 lid\ Lowe. lf,ýri l 1:velvn-1.1l] A MIr ThIj 'i.ut toti Llydaled-1 air Croydon II as clad Croydun-Erre Sciial1 Sal Lilydale-Ole:: Yarry Juucti 3 pI.T.In Ilealcsvill-Itie 3lillgrore 3 F The ArmyL pleased to rdl Lieuteaants

Money in M[?] RESORT BUYERS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

Ierald~ . and o:hr ''? rates," 'e: 1Land f thi ' aPParently a . e nakhe -comlntautt it . here they i, no discoverable,, e Steps. Their fatb)e ounexpected di.e, $t nhasb lpp?.edc sessor a f i ,reehold, which? e ally and Would ' him at anr pricc p turday that cain, , swarmed on hiW is bees. The ret i r- subdividiog and e prices. The ., l. heedless of the ?s blocks around ar al focussed on a cer, a he will have ';hal foot fronta:!s ;h over, be is often to his purchase on l There are srr, unused mountaibb at the Dandenongs es the Dividing Ina, d. can tell which I 1 next is not read ors tion to the pubh ar il

CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

CROYDON. Residents are pleased to le1an that, commencing on Thursd3Y' j9ti inst. ., and until further not?icc tol 10.25 p.m. trnin - linders S?ro.et t Ringwood, will be run il to ? Croy don on 'week days and Satuhaks reaching there at 11.34 p.. T*-al to Cr Da.ly, I

INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

S INTERESTINGiINVENTIONS. COMIIING AUSTRALIAN - - PATENTS. It is ieported by the w'ell known Pa tent Attorneys, AMefssrs."G.. (X.: .'urri & Co., of ;"?Ti-Rialto,"' Collins Street, Melbourne, that in Vie ordinary course, Pa'tents Qf .tlie Commonwealth will be griited in respect of 'all or most oi te.'following inventions. Complete specifications, and dirawings are publicly available. Milung Machino - hand operated (6313-1275)--The teats are acted upon by pads controlled by cords. - A, P. heyman, purohaser from J. Neilson, Dlnmarlk. Cuiltivator (6316-1275)--A channel iron frame, triangular :with devices to rcceive and hold twines.--A. E. Miles, Victoria. Wire Strainer and Twister (6380 1277)-A yoke carries a winch barrel, having horns, etc.-J- O'Callaghan, \Victoria. Head Gear for Windmill (6559 1278)-This pump mIll has toothed re duction gear in an oil tigh~t easing with oil distributing devices. - J. Alston, Victoria. Detachable scarifier share (6616 1279)--Wrought metal wit...

Melbourne's Water Supply. ANOTHER NEW STORAGE DAM TO BE BUILT. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

, Melbourne's Water Supply. ANOTHER NEW STORAGE r - DAM TO BE BUILT. - Commenting on the aboye subject e "The Age" says that the spell ol 0 hot weather which followed the Christmas holidays had the effect of r demonstrating to the ccmmissionets y of the Metropolitan Board of Works S that, despite the approach to com pletion of the O'Shanassy scheme, Melbourne is not at all in an enviable position as regards, water supply. The report goes on to point out the great increase in the consumption of water, and the seriousness of the po a sition if increased provision is not o made. After quoting figures in proof of statements, the report reads ;-"In a view of this large increase, and th: y possibility of a similar increase during e the present year, the water supply r committee of the board, despite the - assurance of the officials that there is nothing to fear in. the way of a water famine, has instructed the board's en L gineer, to prepare a report as to the advisability of building a l...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

Engiish, Scottish t distralian Bank Syl l lI ED. of this BANK iE DAILY at RINGWOOD, AGENCY at CROY - Open TUESDAYS and jAYS, 10 till 12. pgRY KIND of BANK GBUSINESS: may be Sfransacted. p. T. YOUNG, Manager d Vineyard wine Hall lMIINS has much pleas a.ino the Public of Lily ,arounding districts that Buchased the above busi uchr L. J.Deschamp, and I iiýlre conduct the business. IV Only the Eest Brands w~ ill be tocked, and b" t:,a t IheIC requircleentt rs, Criamins- hopes le liberal support that .,9 been accorded this ,r accommodat.ion for Travellers. arnies Specially Catered For. ;jLir. First-class Table. "~ris Moderate. rpOS ROAD, LILYDALE. W, J, WIL .ON 'Q AND CONTRACTOR. SSTREET, LILYDALE. S GIVEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF ýpERS! AND JOINERSI WORK, I MAKING, PICTURE FRAMIING, S'G AND GLAZING, ILUIBING, Etc. Post Promptly Attended To. TPay You to read - het accordingly Ikl You Think of PINTING ?ENOTATING i.?li OF and Ii TOIUCI WITHI C, BARNETT, ter and Deco:ator SREET, LILYDALE. LOCAL IN...

Warburton and the Upper Yarra. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

'Warburton and the Upper Yarra. (By Fortis, in the Australasian.) By compalison with Healesville, Warburton attracts very few mot orists, and the reason is the wretch ad condition of the road-that is, af ter passing Seville, 311- miles from the city. Up to that point the road is fair to good. Beyond ,the road is patchy, but bad for the most part through. Woori Yallock, Launching Place and Yarra Junction, becom ing worse before Warburton, 48 mil-,. es, is reached. One is not surprised that motorists d onot patronise it. The loss, in the greater part, how ever, is Warburton's. If by any mis chance .the chief roads to Heales ville becam.e as bad as the only one by which. Warburton can be reached there would be an outcry in IHeales ville, because the many interested in the tourist traffic would suffer appreciably. It can be said that where one car is seen in Warburton, a hundred are driven to Healesville, many of which are also taken far beyond. For cars there is no "beyond'" from Warbu...

SILVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

- SILVAN. At an afternoon tea held in th? Hall on the 4thl inst., Mr Isidore *Noseda was presented with a sil ver-motuted umberlla by Mrs Wise man, a recognition by- the subscri bers of his lhospitality and public spirit. M'rs ocking, and Mrs Dick kens and little Miss Hocking fav1 ored the gathering with some excel lently-rendered music. The follow: ing ladies also assisted in -making function a success :-Mrs E:- and J. Briggs,. 'enaham, iMattingley, Mit chell, Reeves, Rogers, and others. Mr Nozeda landed in Sydney over 81 year ag0o, at the ago of thoee, his father coming to Australia to inanage a Government vineyard.; '3 yea.rs later. he came to thls infant village of Melbourne, so that he is a colonist of .nearly 85 years. He ,can graphically describe the natural appearance - of theo city, the creek in Elizabeth street, and the numer ous gullies running into the Yarra from the higher land. Truly, a hardy old pioneer, .worthy of all holnour. - :or some time past Mr Spencer, postmas...

A CORRECTION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

A CORIECkTION. To the Editor. * Sir,---May I be allowed to make a.little correction in my letter in your last issue. The sentence which you have as, "Incidentally secur ing veriy little dividends for them serves,'! should have read--"Inciden tally receiving snug little dividends for themselves,' which conveys ra ~thlr a different impression. Thank ing you in anticipation,-Yours etc., OBSERVANT. I]oddle's Creek, 15-2-14.

WHOOPING COUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

WIHOOPING COUGH.-'M-y little boy had whooping coughivery badly, says Mrs A. Henderson, the Peoples Store, 47 Elgen road, Mlornington, N.Z. I tried several cough medi - cines without any of them doing him any goZod, then I tried Cham berlain's Cough ZRemedy and he got immZediate relief.' Since then I hav always kept a bottle of this won derful rem~edy by me.and recommend it to everyone.' Sold by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale:; J. R. Murray, Seville; Scott and Al len, Yarra Glen; J. Buchanan, Yarra Junction. SOROSES SKIN FOOD.-Every woman who wishes to appear beau tiful should use 'SOROSES' for the skin, it being unsurpassed in pre serving the complexion. Soroses Skin Food is Freshening, Softening, Cleansing, and Beautify ing, makes all blemishes such as Pimples, Freckles, Wrink les, Sun burn, and Sallowness, disappear like magic. Price, 2s 9d per jar. Ob tainable at A. H. Wilson'sd, Lily dale;; X. Nankervis'a .Warburton.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

ACCORDEONS. Three Special Bargains. (1). No. 1 "Dudley" Accordeon--9in. x 5in, - Black Polished Case, 3 Nickel Stops, 3 rows Bell Metal Reeds, 8-fold Divided Bellows, 10 Bone Keys, 2 Nickel Basses, Leather Handles. 16s. 6d., post free. - (2). No. 2 "Dudley" Accordeon-103 x 5rein. T . Jmirt on Oak Case, 2 Nickel Stops, 2 rows Bell Metal 4-ieds, 8-fold Divided Bellows, 10 Nickel Keys, 2 Nickel B,;ses, 'Leather Handles. 20s., post free. (3). No. 6 "Dudley" Accordeon-10% x 6in., Case Black Polished Moulding, with Walnut Panels, 4 turned Wooden Siops, 4 rows Bell Metal Reeds, 12-fold Triple- ... divided Bellows, 10 Nickel Keys, 2 Nickel Basses, - Leather Handles, grand Organ tone. 35s., post free. I also sell Violins, Ba jos, Guitars, Mandolins, Flutes, Blow Accordeons, Conertinas, Mouth Organs, Ocarinas, and a complete range of Band Instruments and Bagpipes. "His blaster's Voice" Gramophones, Zonophones and Records. lkustrated Catalogue gladly sent on request. WRITE TO ME ?O-OAY. A. P. ...

MONEY-MAKING-BY PATENTS. SOME NEW INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

MONEY-vMAKING.-BY PATENTS. SOME NEW .NVENTIONS. A plough of. an ingenious descrip tion is motor .driven, and has shares which vibrate, The:patent'ee in Eu rope wishes to- find a liceiicee in Aus tralia. He (M: L. A. Hubert, of Thryes~. Aiibo, France), considers the invention valuable for this country, and has. authorised Messrs. G. G. Turri & Co. to ascertain what use of the inivention is desired by any one in the Commonwealth. The patent is No. 12780 of 1908, and any person interested may obtain further particu lars from the firm of G. G. Turri & Co.,'of the Rialto, 499 Collins street, Melbourne, by whom correspondence is invited. - Who can produtce-a useful invention in one or other of tho..following direc tions, and however.tsimple, saleable when patented? These are ideas that appeal to the respective inventors men tioiled: A burner for weeds,' and to cut grass away to make tracks.---A. N. and J. H. Mellor, South Australia. Another. wire .strainer -H. . F. ffumfre...

ON GOLDEN WINGS. CHAPTER XXIV. A MEETING AT MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS. (By V. Howell Poole). CHAPTER XXIV. A MEETING AT MOONLIGHT. Thou bindest thyself for life, for that which will. Perchance "never, " last, -of please thee for one ySear. London, the great metropolis of the world. Its life and death, its joy and sorrow, its opulenoe' and beggary; its Ruths and Jezebels, its Samaritals and Gentiles, its births, deaths and mar riages. Apropos of the last, if not least serious item, before the .altar at St. Peter's, a bride and - ridegroom kneeled. Tho cortege was extensive, the spectators numerous, for even :the upper gallery was thronged.' .St. Pet er's, always 'noteworthy for its floral decoration, excelled itself this day; the baptismal font in the aisle, the candelabra around the chancel, the choristers' desks, and the altar steps, were lavishly bedecked with flowers.. The golden eagle supporting on its wings a mighty bible, seemed to have no other objeot in view than to hen peck-or eagle-peck-the bridegroom, before the bride should...

THE OPEN-AIR BREAKFAST. WHY NOT USE THE GARDEN? [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

THE OPEN-AIR BREAKFAST. WIlY NOT USE THE GAIilDEN? Most people who have travelled abroad treasuro a recollection,, of meals enjoyed out of (foors. Tlie dinner on a shady terrace, the r(t'reshmlent and the band in a garden, the cup of ooffee on the boulevard linger ple:saintly in their memory as a complete chasngo from homo habits. The English climate is usually believ ed, (remarks a London paper) to be. the chief obstacle that stands in the way of any general adoption of the Conti nental open-air meal, though the true' reason is smore likely to be found in a British disinclination for new paths. There are, of course, some whose at fresco meal, to be attracotive2 must bly taken in public, with a certain amount of ceremony, and possibly it consider able "expense But for every -one of these there are at least a hundred who' can appreciate the charms of privacy and simplicity. For these last, pro vided they possess a garden, the ques tion presents no difficulty. Even' the small garden t...

JOHNNY TAKES A NEW INTEREST IN SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 20 February 1914

JOHNNY TAKES A NEW INTER EST IN SCHOOL. You know it was the hardest kind of work to keep Johnny in sohool last spring. H.e was in thO seventh grado and, like Tommy Smith, Charlie Brown, and the rest of the gang, ho had learned all that - he. needed to know, and. didn't propose to waste his Linme with grammar, arithmetic. and- such. One day he played hooky. What do you suppose caused it? lde followed an old turkey hen to the thicket down by the stackyard, where slýe had liidden aivay her nest. The last weeks of sehool.it was pun ishmnent for that lad to go. On Satui' days he was the happiest youflgster sou ever saw. The last day was the .lap piest day of the school year, simnily because it was the last. During the summer we read in the - paper of an order sent out by tie county superintendent, t6 - the effect that agriculture sliould be taught in all the schools the ensuing year. SC:hool opened with a new teacher, one genu iholy interested in boys, one that i-lo~w quite a good deal o...

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