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FEAR OF DEATH STILL HAUNTS ABUL HAMID. "SOUVENIRS" SHOW RED SULTAN REMARKABLY INTELLIGENT BUT ALWAYS FANATICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
FEAR OF DEATH,STILL HAUNTS ABUL HAMID. -"SOUVENIRS" SHOW RED SUL `TAN REMARKABLY INTELLI GENT BUT ALWAYS FANATICAL. (Paris Correspondent New York 'Sun') In the mysterious recesses of his palace prison at Constatinople Abdul Hamid, the Red Sultan, once the most feared man in the Turkish. Empire, is as one dead. Not a word, not a sound from him has come to the out side world, and quaint old Stamboul so busy nowadays in modernising it self, hardly klnows of his existence. Europe heard a report some months ago of' Abdul's death, but it turned out to be only unfounded rumor. Abdul Hamid has been in Constan tinople. since the outbreak of the Bal kan war, when he was transfeirred there from Salonica. In Salonica he had lived as a prisoner-since the day in 1909, when he was dethroned .as the result of the Young Turk revolu tion. No one is allowed to see the former Sultan .except those in his im mediate entourage, which. means, - of course, the personnel attached to his service. A curious jo...
RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
INTERES'I pusticus.") ? heir position is . he1 ,ist1 ssinig as it . eouents "and advice. fiolder for dairy cows c ppal to the owners S lr northern areas. the?r and resourceful l anaot produ!e with? .noiture- That fact ~1 vbod'. There are :B *te State, however, 1;.,2drainfall is experi dairYvnn should cer Sqatei provision each ean1a5e of their ani efectilve condition. f have not done all iu,,ht re have ne .Iat re?,ct ?iuld, with and digest the ob S made by i r. A. F. ,r i orf it Lungwood rricuitur;l! Bureau. :-? C.c.. of course, .: hills distreicts, he ,:glu of Uctober un should be available ,, it keet? a cow in the addition of very Ai:n and tcifft. After Zawl feednli , as a rule, 1 to more or less if be kept up to concert ,ring to his idea, that : orit' to prolong t anl obtain the best tian, he explained: or early il September, I o :iake odder for the or the leaves may be :t u imer if short of S:,.i,, heI sown at this d:nld of September I h; ." bhould be ready to ,i'r illn January, ...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
COURTS OR PETTY SESSIONS. Ilcalcsville.-Every. Thursday, at 10 a.m. Lilydalc.-Every Friday, at 9.30 a.m. Warburton.-F'.very Saturday, at 930 a.m. Clerk of Courts.---Mr T. 1. Wade. Police Magistrates.--Dr. R. II. Cole and M-r 1. Morrison. District Justices.--F. 1. Lithgow, Coldstream; R. HI. I-Ienty, YWonga Park L+ 1i and- Dr. A. E. Syme, Lilydulc J. Rouget, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; 3[. C. 13ridger, Croydon; C. 1ath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; W. Privctt and W. J olliffe, I-ealesville; IIH. Ewart, I-oddle's Creek; J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, Warburton; J. I. Thomp son, 1I.A., Silvan; A. G.: Buller, West Warburtton; Jas: I-Iunter, Bee-. nak. T. 1W. Simpson, W. -A.- W har ingtoi ?. E. T. Payne Lilydale; PRichard 13. Kelly, Croydon; David blair., -lmazcldenl .
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. CBy "Ambrosine.") The reasons we do not walk well are iny. Here are a few. We, those .1 us who live in towns, spend a far greater part-of our days in trainsland trams than on our own two legs. We do not know how to sit or stand. We s]ooin realise we cannot walk becau. e nos- of the people round us can 7 walk either. Most of our men folk seem. to imagine it is our clothes' that are wrong, not durselves, and we are quite nidy to fall in with this belimi and go to all sorts- of trouble to e form our clothes rather than ourselves We think walking is so simple, we ned not take any trouble with it. A .doctor once said to me, " There are only three medicines in the world; air,, water and exercise." Funnily enough, most.of us would rather spend much money on patent medicines and beauty doctors than use the medicines we can get for nothing. Of course, air and exercise are-first cousins and water is fast becoming known as their best accompaniment. To walk well, you must fir...
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
POULTRY NOTES. There are very just reasons for tak ing seriously the following remarks on up-to-date poultry;' literature .and pre sent day methods.S- You must.set your mind at ease on the very potent fact that the knowledge gained by experi ence in the past decade, and which is now so easily obtained, is 'the one .hang more than all else that "has set poultry pursuits on a correct basis. This knowledge is detailed month after month in good poultry pagers. - And be it known to Sou I can' assure -you our Australian poultry papers are to be congratulated on the abundance of superfine and exceedingly, practical ar ticles which now appear in their pages. I am a constant student of all that is new in poultry, literature. I pick and choose from England's best pap-. ers, and. from'.those" from the ; United States.: But whlen' it comes to the Australian madl: poultry paper, I -do not hesitate to-isay i?e- hiold; .our own, and do: something m,':iore,- when the question 'is "-Where can ;I' ge...
TRINITY HOUSE. BRITISH INSTITUTION THAT CARES FOR THE SEAFARING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
-. ; TRINITY HOUSE. BRITISH INSTITUTION THAT XARES FOR THE SEAFARING MAN.. Trinity House, - which redently cele brated the four hundredth anniver sary. of the grant of its charter on May 20, 1514, by Henry VIII., traces back its history of the days of Alfred the Great, since .which time it has al ways :been associated with the name of the Trinity House. REVERENCED BY SKIPPERS. There is no seafaring man in. the world who is, not familiar with the name of Trinity House, and who does aot regard this venerable institution with a certain degree of 'reverence. For not only does it provide for sup erannuated skippers and often the clos ing stages of their voyage down the river of life, but it has also for hun dreds of years been responsible for the lighting and buoying of British waters in various . portions of the Globe. GIVEN GREAT POWERS. Bluff King Hal, when he ý granted the charter of incorporation -to what was then the Trinity .Guild of Pilots, Seamen and Mariners at Deptford Stroud,...
GARDENING. FLOWER. MONTHLY CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
GARDENING. FLOWER, MONTHLY CALENDAR FOR AUGUST:. Aquilcgia, antirrhinum, -calliopsis, candytuft, cal'nation, chrysanthemum clarkia, convolvilus; cornflower, dian thus, daisy, delphinium, gaillardia1 ga detia, hollyock, scabious, schyanthus, walfllo-wer, larkspur, lobelia, lupin, mimulus, -mignonette, hysolis, pansy, poppy, petunia, pyrettrin, phlox, peris temen, stock, sweet- peas, sunflower, sweet William, verbena. The above list of seeds may be sown this month. Care should 'be taken to protect them front frost when they are just showing through the ground, as the hardiest of plants are liable to get frostbittenl when just -germinating. A simple mnethod of protecting them is to arrange a hessian or canvas blind: over the seed bed, leaving it on each night and taking-it away between day break and sunrise each morning. Aunnuals that 'were planted in early autumn for late winter and spring bloom, such as stocks, pansies, phlox, seedling *carnations, etc., are mostly making the extra g...
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
Local Information' P. ENNY POSTAG.?. 'The: neV.Lpostajhrates, including the pennqY'"postage on _ letterss,;came into force on'. c?ioidiy;. ay- .1st,; 1911:-' The reduccditfl'es are as -fol tLet , iLer d1 paTer 0oz. Letter Cards, sinbllc, i -.eaci Do. reply, d each h- 'alf. o P ;.Carils i, sin?gle,-l id Qachi:.. Do.. reply, id each; half. Printcd- Papers, 0-da pcI 2oz0;.. :Books, printed--Outside. Ausralia, 00 per loz.; io n Austialia, Od- per \Iagaziies-Prtintecd iii A- Australia, 04~L per ozu.; .outside Australia,- 0Od p- p rlJausard,' 0-d per -12oz.' :Commercial papelrs, patterns, sam ples anld i.erchandise, ld peri 2oz. SOVER'SEA DOMI1N1ONS..l - Lettcrs frofi the .Commoniwealth to:the United Kingdom, o ersea do muiions, 3British colonies: and -.pro tectorates, exceiStiite New .hIcebrides, --. .ZEAL-A.N:I)-ANDT-ilE - ISLAND T, iates of - New -ealid, liji, aiid iJritisl; bSolomon- Islands ar e: Lcttcis,;ld per -oz.i. Post Cairds, single, l .-I Do. reply, Id -each hall . -i Letter C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
:LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J, POYNER LICENSED. CARRIER. 'ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. IIHARGES fMODERATE. FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. .W. J.: SEBIRE, CAIRPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OE .WORK. JOBBING WORK A SPECIALITY. *ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY - ATTENDED TO. -- o - .:: % . ' BOWLING GLEEN TE'.- ROO?1S uWIS?ES to cort- y- his Thaidks ,to the Lilydalc )iublic for ..thie gener ous support given him during -the past year, whichl has been very lib eral indeed. Also to' intimate that he has purchased a very Fino Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES . NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. GONFECTIONERY: CONFECTIONERY. .well worthy of insiection, The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are .Good this week. and CHEAP. *.Wishing all Patrons the Compli '~ents of the Season. ??? - BAKER .& PASTRYCOOK ish . :?.t aiAtimate to the Resi dents of. LILYDALE and surround •ing Districts that he is now carry ing 'on Bu...
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
LILYDALE POST OFF0iOE. Mails. close as -clow: Melbourle 7.20 a... 1-1.20-a:O i S p.m. daily. ,Money orcers--J till .4' Mooroolbark, Riiigwood, -7;20 a. m. daily. Oroydoii, 8 p.m., daily.,_ Hiealesville, 1 ra .i (lcn, Cold: stream. 8.30 ar daily. - VWarburt;O Y;." Ia Junction, Latuni ching Place, W ri Yallock, \\an dill Yallock, Warlin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railway 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 Ollice closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day opca from 9 a .m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post Mrails and Recgistered Mails closie a"t 11 a.m. and "6 p.m.
MONTROSE HALL. COUNCIL PROMISES ASSISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
" MONTROSE HALL. COUNCIL PROMISIES ASSISTANCE. Si'. depuittaion--frow,-fontri se'-w i?teid oniil he,;:.Lildaile.sShir?Go::.toilih?i at- 's iitet4ý,ng- on 1oi cid.v, to askli for tlhe' &lt;- ile]1 S '- S i: i e? i n e'rectiing a.' hall. t lciaitros, IlessMs.1 ioseley and Biuch nor acted as-ss1okesdrieii for the depu tiat:on. .Mr. Moseley said that t.le .ito for.the proposed hall was- between the storei and: the Church of 'Chliris t. The-and -could- be obtained for £36, and. they, estimated Ithat the hall woul, c;st .£190. to erect. It was proposed to renloe the existing' lbrary at" Mon trooe to 'lie hall hen erected. They had secured 17 guarantors, and expect ed to obtain at least 20. _ They in "tended to apply to the Government for a. granlr for a free lilirary.. At preseni tie wa nt of a'hall was badly' felt. M1 :ntros e, the residents having to go to Croydon lhen 'they wanted to hold :iny entlrtainiment.. They had the am ount of £225 guaranteed. Cr. McAlpine, who had taken...
UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
UPPER .YARRA. SHIRE CUONCIL. . . -- --. - 1MONTHLY MEETIN'G. IThe orililary monthly meeting of tlhe Upper Yarral Sihre cuoncil. 1was held at the Shire Ball, "'anrra: 'Junction, on Mlcnday last'. Prel'seun: Crs. Lithg.. (President), Blair, M Owrni, Mackle,,' Speers, 31'Ilroy, Eicrt; and ritclhevel iOn the motioln of Cr Mlackiee;, ex-Cr hIulle was accommnodated with-a eeat at the council table, i- . COIIRRESPOND)ENCE From Commononwealli Bank, g?ving in formation re loans to municipali es. Liecev'ed. - t Rail ay Comol isionllers, Suggestingr thait the panc of the -'Wooi Y''l!ock ralway, stat on iie changed :to Woori, aid Laski if cuncit has any- objcc tion.1l)ecided that the letter.e ic It.rred to the Progress Associat'on ualid timt, they bec requested to call a pub Si mceting to discnU.s the matter with 1n 14 da;ys. Countvry Roads Board. informing ls io ii to Ca rr y mleth a ` |o r . ro a d io a rd worlk at reduced orates.-1-Rece.ied L'romn Ci.ming Smith 'and :Co., PLy. Ltd.t applying...
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
CHURCOH SERVICES oomaul Catholic-1st Sunday in blhe monith--~tss at Lilydale, 9, Mlit cham 11J. 2nd Sunday, Rhi gwood 9, Lilydale 11; 3rcd unilday, .itchaul 9, Lilydgle 11; 1?h :Sunday, Croy, 1do; 9' Lilydale 11 Church of England-Lilydale 11 & 7 p.m.~ Yering 3 p.m. Met.hodist ChurchI-Lilydale, 11 and 7:; W\\ndi', 3 and 7; Seville, 11; Gruyere 3; Evelyn 3; Yering, 2.30. Presbyterian Churcli-Lilydale 11 and 7, Croydon 3; 'Ring ood 7 p.m. .3aFptist Church--Lilydale -11 and 7.; Picnic 1ill 7.30; .Croydon 7. Church of Chlrist-Croydon 11 and .7 pm. " Salvation -Aimy--Lilydale 11 ai.m. Ya.rra Junction 3 .m .:
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD CONFERENCE WITH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD CONFERENCE WITH COUNCIL. Mr. Edgar, Chairman of th6 Coun try lRoads'Board, attended the meeting of the Lilydale Shire Council on Mon day to confer with the councillors on several works within the. shire. With regard to the road from Ring wozd to Llydale, taken over 'by theo 3. ard, Mr. Edgar explained that the Board ihad by mistake gazetted lie new road to the east, instead of tht direct road' which they ,had intended to 'take over. Wheor approached by the council to repair a, bridge on the direct rojl, the Board had found out the. mistake. The Board then decides to take over -the .direct road on condi tion thai they were allowed to make a .devialt'a opposite Mr. Wilson's pro perty. This devia:tion will make as good a grade as 'on the other road. The Board would take steps to have the road gatzetted at once, so as to repair the bridge and patclhup some of the wornstspots on the 'road. He under stood the council, had sold. to 1[r. Wil son thd land the Board would ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
ý pýberl C bevlil , Teblet ~P~P-F SI. Mmj r4-' Infectious Diseases Hospital, MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE SUG GESTED. 'PROPJSAL TO ESTABLISH HOS PITAL. At the meeting of Upper Yarra Shire. Council held.at la-rra Junction on Mon- day, further consideration was given to the amount owing to the Queen -Vic toria elemorial Infectious-.Diseases Hos ,pital by tile council. The matter was dealt with in a repoli? by the secre tary (Mr. B. MLorey), which appears in another column. 'Mr. Morey',s re port on the subject was as follows: Cr. Ewa-rt-suggested that the council should offer a certain sum per year, and have the right to send 'as. many cases' as occurred- in the shire .to the liospital for treatment. The matter mlist bel taken up and decided in somei way. He. thought that -a conference should be held between the neighbor ing shires to fix an annual contribution whiich they- should offer. He moved i tha effect. - The secretary should. wr ite to - lthe shires concerned, aild ask them to submtit ...
KILSYTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 7 August 1914
.KILSYTH. (From our own Correspondent. The past month has been one of special interest to fruitgrowers and rural producers generally, for which the Kilsyth and district horticultu- ral society deserve some thanks. On June 22 a pruning demonstration was given by Mr E. Pesscott, principal of the School of Horticulture at Burn- Iy, to a large gathering in the gar- den of Messrs Campbell Bros. At the conclusion of the demonstration af- ternoon tea was provided by the So- ciety in Messrs Campbell Bros.' spa- &nbsp; cious fruit room. The next interest ing item was an instructive lec- ture by Mr Ramsay of the Agricul- tural Department, on the cultivation of the potato. T'he lecturer dealt fully with all matters in connection with the potato from the selection of the seed to the digging and mar- keting of the tuber. Mr Ramsay was accorded a hearty vote of thanks for his lecture. And last, but not least, was a splendid paper read at the last meeting by Mr H. Godden, on the subject of...
WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914
WARBURTON. 00 -oo iazaar Nutes.-A featIure of the Bazaar' was the spleiidid band of la.z--aar vwais the spletndid baud of tWoman helpers who managed 'var "'us deparatenult. Careful organisar tion was the secret .of trituulilaut clforb ,aand great credit is due to the heon. organising secretary, Mrs Treacy, and her cou0nuitte. Tice fol lo-wing is a list; of ladies who wor ked steadily, and s-iccessfuly thro ughout the week.:- Bachelors' Stall -Curs Yarra, \lisses' Perkins, Dunn, Cherry and Kelly;i Bran Dip--3is ses Croom and Oakley; Sweet Stall -31isscs Olive Collings and- Ivy rowne ; Faucy Stalls :-cMesdames Allderson. Collings, St.ory and Tre acy; Crockery Stall (GT??lsswair. chinaware, ornamental matcrials) JIesdames Lithgow. \\instanley andl .iocwe; Produce 'stall--31csdames Vci ves and Clontgh. Besides theset stalls in the main lall- there was con ducted ta quite extensive tea ncd supper room in the lower regions presided over by MWesdames -laig, Legge, iM'Crory and Message aund...