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YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 27 February 1914
.&lt;J *' :YARRA' GLEN. The fBazaari, in aid of the Hirticnil tural Society' s buildingR f-ud, -'as Sheld on F4ridaly indlc Sat?irday?. th iand 14.1h insi:antlw\,Srs a: verysuc. cessful- one. The sever-alstalls I.were nice)ýj kdecoa.ted, ach"livin itn wares temptingly arrayed.a The com mittee land ladies worked slendidly and deserved the success their ef forts obtained. On Iriday list the ' rii (luli u?nd District Schools held their annual iicmc" at ijg;htoi" BeIach Sdli a y as a p6rfect .one andli un cdreds of clhildrcn. and. parcnts were coinveyed 1by special train, leaving a.rra Glen at 8 a.m.. returnino ait 7.30 p.m. The buish.fires aht Christ mius lills -mnd Stee's 'reek -pre vented lman vwho ihad alrealy pur- clnised tickets from taking rart ii the dci.y-s outing. Tle southe?rl wind - k~cpl t he day beautifully cool bit maI e ihc seai rough, as those w1ho went out il the na.ch1 . sooni, fomd The tuter train wilich Icrlef.ri Jders tr'cct at 11.20 p.m. was patironised by...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 27 February 1914
-ý u es3 for1 r Yar'ra d1 and Croy p places where pot The English, Scottish and Australian Bank LIMITED. A BRANCH of this BANK i now ' OPEN DAILY at RINGWOOD, with an AGENCY at CROY DON, Open TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, 10 till 12. When EVERY ,KIND of BANK ,ING BUSINESS may be Cransacted. - P. T. YOUNG, Manager Olinda Vingyard Wineýfall :R P, .CORIhMINS has much pleas .ire.ii inioiniing the Public of Lily. .le and surrounding. districts that ie" has purchased the above busi. ness from MIr L. J. Deschamp, and will in. future conduct the business peionally. Only ,ihe. est Brands f£?WNs:-S :ill` be..stocked; a`ud b? itri'dt attention to the requiirements .if customers, MIr Crimnins hopes ,o retain the liberal support ;that has. always been. accorded this louse. Superior Accommodation for Travellers. Week end :Parties. Specially :Catered For. Free Stabling.. First-class . Table. S Terms .lModerate. XIElsBOURNE ROAD; LILYDALE; W. J. WILSON BUILDER .AND CONTRACTOR, M1AIN STREET, LILYDALE. ESTIM...
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 27 February 1914
FRIIDAY, FEBRUARY 327, 1911. On htccount of the large amount of Lilydale Council news, a quantity .of matter is unavoidably crowded .ut of this issue, including letter `box contributions from "Milk Pro ducer," "Observant," district corres pondence, cricket, etc. Notice.--aragraphs as advertise ments cannotabe inserted unless paid for in the usual way. a On Tuesday last Mir D. Buchanan, of Yarra Junction, stepped on a piece of wood which rolled from un der ihis foot, with the - result that he fell. and broke 4. small bone in his left wrist. :Ir Buchanan came to Lilydale on Wednesday. morning, and was attended to by Dr Short.. Mrs Faith Taffs, relict of the late Williamn Taffs, of Wandin Yallock, passed away, after a brief illness, at her daughter'.s (Mrs R. Oliver's) &nbsp; residence, Lilydale, on Friday last. The deceased lady lived for many years in Queen road, Waindin, and won a host of friends and admirers owing to her generous disposition and willingness at all times to ...
LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 27 February 1914
LILYDALE SHIRE COUIIUIL. t SMON1THLY MEETING, - The ordinary meeting of this coun cil was held on Monday last. Pre sentm-Crs Hughes (president), Rou get, M'Alpin, Burgi, Kings, Daly, IBlair, .Wallace, and M'Ghee; Mr Hamilton Sinclair (secretary and engineer). . Correspondeoco. From Public. Works Department, desiring to know if the swing gate conditions of A. E. T. Payne. on Yarra road, are satisfactory, or if the council intends to again pro test against the renewal of the lease t;o Mi. Payne.-To be infer med tha.t the council objects • to the road being leased, and recom mendri that tat - road be thrown open for public 'traffic. : .F rom same, re ?Adelaide-street, tingwood, stating that--further re presentations have been made in the matter, and that it is illegal for the Shire to expend money on pri vate streets, but. it is suggested that the council will not take any fur thei' action until the. project has beeK tagian considered and a report upon the subject made to thle depart n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914
re . vs " "' . ..v ; >f n -? . . .. -: ". . e NEW YEAR GREET INGS, AND A HEARTY INVITATION I'TO DO THE SHOPPING FOR 1i14U, AT THE BIGGEST, BUSIEST & BEST DRAPERY STORE in the D.strict. J. T. PHILLIPS, - DRAPER - MAIN STREET - LILYDALE. BUY LOCALLY. SAVE TIME. SA \ E TEMPER. SAVE---. s. d. DRESS -MATERIALS A Nice Selection of NEWEST DRlSS FABRICS In Smartest Shades. At Lowest Prices obtainable in the State. ABelautiful' Range of - BLOUSES, TIlMMI N"GS, LACES, Etc. - Etc. ý tat.AL 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 R GLOVES 0 - , A LARGE STOCK OF i BOOTS 8 SHOES In all the Best aid Most Up'to Date Shapes and Styles Available. - SPECIAL PRICES. - We only ask YOU to visit us. The Variety and Value will~ make. you frieiids and customers for ever. - INSPECTION. INVITED. Post Orders Promptly - ...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914
WOFiEN'S INTERESTS. (By- "Auibrosine.") To desoribe the ,modish figure first and foremost we start with a desire to extend the width of the figure a third down from the normal waist. The peg top outline gives you, as it were, a frame. What may be added is pretty diverse. We have the Tango as a kind of opening note for the first appearance of autumn. Imagine s gown in pretty blue charmeuse, and also imagine, a little more difficult, a skirt with a looped up train. What puzzles me is how to describe, by the mere pen-note, the bodice and tunic. But omit the tunic in order to picture Sbodice, "V" decolletage, with a modi. fled bertha of tulle. You will break this at the Raglan shoulder seam by carrying the charmeuse to,the neck, and where this and the tulle meet, there will be a bow. Thus we get so far as to see a bow either side of the neck, with tulle from each, gathering to a point just below the bust. I'll get rid of the sleeve in a line--it con tinues from the shoulder, takes the c...
NO OBJECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914
NO OBJECTION. :Yes," said the conscientious dealer -',his hammock will hold two, but it will bo a tight squeeze."' . "Oh, that will be all right," aid the maiden, blushing, "Just seiid it round to tthe houise,'please."
PROTEST AGAINST HANGING. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914
PROTEST AGAINST ,HANGING. Remarkable demonstrations were in ' dulged. in by thousands of Lancashire t working-class., people, as a 'protest against the. execution at Strangeways Prison, 'Marichester, of Ernest Kelly, a youth of 20, who, with an accom plice, Edward Hilton, had been senten ced to death for the brutal murder of a bookseller at Oldham. H- ilton was reprieved, and immediately there sprang .up a popular agitation to secure a similar exeroise of clemency in the case of Kelly. Public feeling concerning the "fate of this young, criminal was excited in Oldham to an extraordinary degree. At the request' of a -great '-meeting. of townspeople the Mayor: of the borough and others huirried to London 'to make an eleventh hour appeal at the' Home office.. The result of their .efforts was awaited in the town' with intense an xiety. Thousands of millhands,- male ',nd' female, stood about in the streets for hours hoping to hear news of -a favor able reply. Their patiefloewas severely t...
VEGETABLES. Judge—Mr. M. Crinnion. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914
VEGET ABLES. Judge--Mr 2I. Crinnion. Collection Potatoes--W. Bu?ron 1, Holden Bros. 2. Beauty; of IIebron Potatoes-Holden Bros. 1. Colored Potatoes-Holden Bros 1. White Po tatoes-Holden 1Tros 1. Cabbage- C. O'Dea 1. Pumpkin-W. Rloberts 1, J. Bell 2. Vegetable Marrow D. l.1. L'Hullier 1, J. Bell 2. Citron Mclon--C. O,Dea. 1. Turk's Cai- S. J. Wilson 1, IL J. Cook 2 Let tuce-C. O'Dean 1. Onions- C. O'Dea 1, T. Mitchell 2. Rhubarb -C. O'Dea 1, J. T. Phillips 2. Iead Sunflow er-D. M3. L'Hullier 1. Col lection of Tomatoes-C. -O'Dea 1, Dish of eight Tomatoes-J. T. Phil lipsl, C. O'Dea, 2. Grcen Peas-C. O'Dea -. Canadian Wonder Beans H. J. Cook 1, E. H?. Prendergast 2. Carrots-G. Rose 1, J. Bell 2. Par snips-D. . . L'Hullier 1, G. Rose 2. Cucumbers-C. O'Dea 1, S. J. Wil! son 2.
INCUBATORS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914
INCUBATORS IN EGYPT;. The. announcemeent is.made by M-r: W.' IL. Cadman that. he has discovered how the ancient Egyptians ihcubated chick ens to the number of 120,000,000 a year. He has found incubators which he states .were used in Egypt 5,000 .years ago. The secret has been well guard ed, but it is laid bare at last. They had no oil stoves or gas or electric heated incubators, but they had ovens which worked better even though they required more constant tending. Each oven was calculated to hold 7,000 eggs, and the fuel by which- it was heated consisted of chopped- straw'and dung, but for the last ten days of the hatching the energy was supplied altogether by the chickens themselves. It is the com olucnst error of those operating our ,'odern incubators to use too much 'eat, especially towards the end of the period and now we may learn from the old Eg.yptians how not.to do things as well. as how to do them. The use of the straw and other light fuel shows, that the Egyptians were li...
RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914
LiRESNT T ,t . ,lsuus. losphor io acit' P coustituont r a tralian soils. Sof adding ) been PrroV f A'lat growing. ofi rausforminng ,ý only sheep : . oducitn areas. llrdson- superi , the vjalu of the - tJre, i,* . late can be ex the stock-oarry that for various " tlgha t unider the . effects of phos four plots, cach l a,'k1ed lout on the Rutherglen S One aore was id l ,hates at the 1 912, and lowt :w iecod plot was 3 hird treated with 2 S ilhe effcots of ioti s ] ere verS the herbage on 'l oif deeper tinl n thalt oz ( th, edontained a a vils. In order i:it of the lmn-l S luas, coTmpris S Lincoln Mterino, a Lincoln Merino, a nd Lincoln Merino cv each plot, ard ulots. The in. t. and the nuhber cdr01 the sheep 1. The re.sults ph:t. 1 cOt ii 1:?r " dais ot p:t, per plot, 24l lb lr acre, -911b. o days on plot, 2S ,, ot, J Ulb. St..phat?e cwt in increase of 1 i1); increase of , I, Plot 4-Super ,I 1913 only, 2S days ;. i ,eight per plot, r eight per ior, d!l ., removed from the St'e ,ges wa...
THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914
THE LUNCHEON.. . The luncheon was held in a large marquee on the ground, and, after r being disposed of, the-P'residecnt (Mr SC Blair) rose -and said that the s toast list would)l lic short, hnd as, I B' ir . H. Cameron; M1.L.A., was ' r present, there would be no for i' ma opening ceromony of the show. `11 had received a letter, with a l-cheque enclosed, from 'their estee med member, apologising for his alisence'and wishing the show every success. Referring to the show, lr :Blair on behalf- of the society than f ked the :c xhibitors for their "sup 3 port, the judges giving theivr-scr 1 vices, jjnd the public for their pat k ronage. Without these essentials e no show c~4ei be & ,wucess. Li,*y dale was an. agricultuial centre and was an ideal place for holding a show. The society only required n the support of local producers, and e they would .guaran.tcy 'to compete wf ith any other society in the State. s He would not say anythirig fur Lc thor, --it wonll.ywak t.he company....
LILYDALE SHOW A GREAT SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914
LILY ALE _SHOW ' A GREAT SUCCESS pi hi The eleventh annual show of j* the Lilyaale and Districts Agri- at caltural, Horticultural, and Pas- it; toral Society was held on the Lilydale recreation ground on at Wednesday last. The function pi was favored with glorious wea- rc ther, and a record attendance, bi visitors being present from the v; city and suburbs and all parts of tr the contiguous districts. As is ni usual, a couple of months before re show day, the various committees d were allotted their -'-respective a duties, and each went to work h with a determination to assist the R energetic secretary, Mr A. Des- h champ, to make the show a suc- v cess. Entries were slow in it coming to hand at first, but as ti the time approached for closing o the secretary was simply besi ged a with entrants, and a record entry f was established in many sectiols, d especially inthe live stock classes j YFhe com jetition, hqwever, in the a fruit and vegetible departmen';, was n.ft to. be compared ...