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FOOTBALL. [?] VALLEY COMPETITION. [?]ROVE v HEALESVILLE. [?] DECISIVE VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

1 ?dLL " 3I '1''ITION.1 till }?.lit..'.I-VLL - 1enr n il s tS11 t on ,,n- " the Hea i l' tcau in tlh ir ' 3t u r:ltlll ay. The n'ilet and slippery, Ser .aiJr atte, lance of f, w'a1101"' . very ,f~r'te l r er lht n Sh utst:,Il di' g fet - after ;ti evert first r "I' 'lcte cilar,. ald run STil tl . t'll '\'i Ili i j rit tbt e. P u t; 'lv . lutrcI s Pettit. `' Oclu i r, fr . l ao C ook. g iic', ll J " ol ''+ '11i ii a wr, di n'., Scottule The 'I l .. lirwere l lllit 1 to at-I : t l c lid ' to C 'luning,t ttn frnt, but only got 1fra. 1~ fe latit: relieved la, a,,ter? + dI to rsluni h , -' ii hillr I I't, i I t'll sho. - u?ii 1 tintr ' StU m li'il _ .. iit, k 11. 1 a tl) ' ', d ttler - tt I ,c'ti. I t '' ,ro nl llt . I 'r 'v Ci ' ... '' .oit I~r··al flc-1·ri( Im' Itt he 'Ill in ''l.n bu. h rey rcn I l "ki"l'' tran lirre'd tec G ilel ,1 l it e a i se rt ;I i t , t i t. 1i l r ul t r "t nai im-1 -cute. .1-re-c 'n l" " st 111111'ttt 1 i, y " a '-'t ',1 whlii Iig t tilu"CC. i s, Jusit bifcr'...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABNORMAL SENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

ABNORMAL SENSES. l lelmtory, which is ]perhaps the Mu?t Ie primitive of the intelle(tual faullt;' Is often posse.·ed to an e.traordil:flY degree by t elrso!s viho r ilothri-' mentally deficient. At Earitul .ol\? Y luln tliere arle not only rec.rld of i!:t beciles wt:o coali reperat i:ill(I.11 a pagte or 1rew of any book :hI h 1ii haltd real ye': rs tfr, e1 f it ,' . . was a boot t'y h d lil not useiI:h. i e in the least, but a r.c'olr Of ;?i ::; - sane person who r'old irpelt b!;c ward what lie lnhl just reai . Another cui'riius ca;e i? that of at imbecile who lnelri faied to go i - church, and on reachin.: h? to, lOt H y repeant 11( FOtl.lilon wool iy toll. i ing, "hlere tOhe minister tou (igh; lI:.; She stoppied to blow his lose," ;i an on. e In nnotihelr vitO . :ill hi(i ,1 t '" Sthe 1ible so thiororil,- V lthat it ' asked hiit whrt sill 5Ith nd verse was to lie founIi lh' (i l' S without hiesitation ;lI rl leat tI! s chapter. All these inlnidlts ,t . il a , tlcated, ai ot hers i...

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BOYS ON THE THRONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

BOYS ON THE THRONE, In tle cIent of a King dyilig, and helh of full age being left to sudc to tile Thrlion', the hINS of "tgl,4, provide thait ;t lt('enlt--or I'otlc -be appointci till the uminor has ea tained thie alge of cighttlen. rhr are several instances of It?geuies our hIstory. 1 The Earl of eulblrokli assuIned th Regenc.y of hvenry 111., \who wias Litite years hld. A gu:trdian anid c(i oullt cili of llg were named fur EdwVard 11.l by th Parliamlent wi)icth kiellscl his lathe the young King being thetln liete?n a not asslU:tl)g the reins of govelal till three years after. 4 \Wihell Ricihard II. suervede,1, at th age of eleven yearts, the lDukh of l.i astelr took uI1,on hiinl the llanagelln of the kingdomt till the I'arliarh miet, which aIlointited a noaital (to cil to assist hiiim. HIenry \., on his death -bd, dauls a Regtent and a gu ardiitn for his It Iant soi, Ilenry VI., then nile month old; but the Parliament altlred hi disposition, and apluinted a I'roltcto and council,...

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CENTENARIANS AND POVERTY[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

CENTENARIA AND POER The majorlty o D Centei ha en poor eople W enarl umnplne l[e a Ife erlac YloseSllMonteliorel wIh, ;t one hundred ta ob10, it - extreme age band't n o.stlit. evitsy. APoverty :nar ri° t, a are it :, n ty, especially in old t?i. t been sho1 n that sol i tn al,?s Prolong life, and i tha u , lans liavo been Wren of \('1.! :, habits. A 1t1"bir of ceutr, .: ktnowln lldeel to llve CIlt arilS, as thi s t l'?n o . i, died one insu,.ri. . a an t,,l in 1795, ,andi?, h a tell. , getting drunki ,,s l i t, Ihg the day lerfo ditni tliitt g ical operaiions." Aanotihl c-hanl the rishliman brown, \:' ho lic l I hundred 1l1, tw'enty iears alld I had the inscrip.tio? place O1 hi tombstone at "he was alw.ls. (ls and Wchile in this stte , .l'" latu riblo that el, ? r tt n death was aft'a him." 1Froun this it is s , tt\',h; one is templltedl to attribte lo lit to a eerttailn factor tone dicuett? t mistake assoon s- a. s.llicit n' '. ases are exaIIlinled. It is, thclcss, certain that a ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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FARMYARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

FARMYARD MANURE. It is almost heresy in the eyes- of any farmer to indicate that farmyard ma nure, properly made, has any imperfec tion of any kind, except the cost of getting it out long distances, and the difficulty of securing the necessary la bor; but such, however, is the case, and the best of farmyard manure must plead guilty to being balanced badly in regard to its plant food; but while is has such a beneficial effect on the physical condition of the ground, and supplies a certain amount of humus, which loosens the soil, and makes it more retentive of water, and by means of its decomposition adds heat and increases the heat-absorbing powers of the land, as a carrier of plant food it is not specially valuable. - A ton of it contains only 91b to 151b of nitrogen, 41b to 9lb of phosphate, and 91b to 151b of potash. It does not contain a sufficiency of the mineral constituents to balance its organic ni trogenous can ents. Most of it is saved in the open -in this State, the produc...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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MELBA VISITS WARBURTON. (Contributed. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

MELBA VISITS' WAR.-. -BU RTON. - OO- --- '(Contributed. At the invitation of the War button Progress League, Mad ame Melba, accompanied by her sister, (Mrs Lemprier), her son, (Mr Armstrong) and his wife, and her manager,.~Mr Lamone, visited Warburton on the 5th inst. and opened a bazaar in aid of the Fire Brigade Station and Band Rotunda. - At the railway station a num ber of local residents met the great singer, and speeches of welcome were made by Mr Lith gow, president of the shire, and Mr. Freeman,- president of the Progress League. - Madame was then driven to 'Hill.Crest " where her party and several local people were at the invitation of Mrs Biadley, entertained at luncheon. Madame, who S',as in the best of health and spirits, told,. during luncheon, many amusing stories of her experiences in . 'America and elsewhere. At I.I5 the party in carriages decorated' with cam elias and wattle blossom were driven to the Mechanics Hall, where an inspection of the var ious stalls took p...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

FIVE RULES IFO H. OU, SOM"E SiULti A) ";(.E'?S 1. Cuivate auýn plullct )tyo', i:c Expcrimuuut. i ile i\ond Is cg'r ,' sumethnl g n r,, :.h.ch, ,auer 5s; pie it may be, a i: aVe t aoru, 0 vi peyro, or do ltuilis i- ter Let a u' more convenjlnt, ,r pio'U"t pu' u roduco wats.o. Peopio wo ha,.d e things in "er day u.- are the 0udal -- nrjic 0" better thinhs, and hl natural capL' ihts of to-morrUn. • I Read the sjlen'i d .adrco that Edis " gives. Learn the proc1duro as t? i?e ten-ing in the chiue countri rAk, scure your o~sn legal wmoDsop) your right. by becoming a 1 atee.e0 2. If tli;ti workmal or loelll your. ilgen:uus ,iuciI has pri e'cd cjevr in\, uti'on. ut l iji on the t;ik fatuous an.d wl cajivy muvnrotol . Mr, F. io n' aeon 0,dtor, -' the "I'vtor' Guide : Lfriend mend.ng it :irogly to frIsIteud ? of the kind I haveo s.'. i eti to a lot oi ,ooJ. It 1, ins .o;.. whre about pa:-:ncs by tol r Guide. he can obtain the "lIveni ti ook 3. Fo. r yorself, obtan ! her t which telgs what to ...

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LILYDALE HUNT CLUB POINT TO POINT MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

LILYDALE HUNT 'CLUB P)TNT TO POINT MEETING There was a record attendance at he annual Point to Point mee.ing of •he Lilydale andYarra Glen Hunt Clul, Uob "at Yeriogberg on Wednesday last. .The day was all that could b, desired, and the numerous spectators witnessed an interesting and exciting race in the Point to Point Steeplechase. t'he course for the big race this year Nas slightly altered at the commence inent, the Healesville road double be ing jumped at a difftrent place: Thf class of horses contesting was well up ;o the high standard of previous years, and a tine exhibition of jumping o'er he difficult course was given. There 'were only live withdrawals from the ist of entrants, and Balook (late Cync. -ure), My Angle and Hinuera were he most fancied. The horses kept (&irly well together for a while, til; RtP. 'comnenced to break away. He ,ed over the stiff fence into Yering berg, followed by The Sun. At th. og wall double R P. still led, going sicely, but after crossin...

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[?]TALITY AT LILYDALE [?]GHT IN BELTING AND [?]INSTANTANEOUSLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

;AT ILYDAL oo-4 1It t hl'iWel ill Over 4a4l4 in Mi.1n , of of I.i .. . ".".; I -<ic tl11,,;t 4 of i"44 ;.? 4 a I. i l i l(li'. w o " 1iV [' ' 111I( t. 1:: I, i ;liIi I ftl It h I( e ti..l t 4411 1 i,,t\l lt Ii.l'l id Then blo," T I as ben t : lc'ti 'duih'el 'Itl. wh re S 'i tT 'l' h "eld by S 4 t 1. 11 T .S . '.i,? uL\'.1 cl ,n fc.ll 1w1. 1I 1. '4! , "t ' t.1, Ih'io idisl. \\ "tlut lu it . "4 I I' I l' itill ' i llor l f the to 1 Bar and a prom nent P 444r 4 " \l iIuch . iV - a r i ii n'ii `'t brother. V Ii f itll i ff .ill ' 4i.4h4r, i.''ilc , wa. s- s u .4 - o i;1 i.tl ';lal illl try : - I " 444 1, c l Said het 1 '44 14:; l;0 l4 I vic l ll lllll t]l t(' . Ic . 1 ' all4 1 'ver y rlile f,,ll,\ . ; 17 2;J. ,.itii 1 0c(44, W l' l .i 1l, '14444.44 n 144 'rk4n14 about. 1. 1 , i nl:lrry. J1e w is ',}siror l itdin' r i P'.ants. .44- j 4rl . a d ;lc a. cut t.I, ' 'n" witness saw him ? i'dcp d hi l 4ri l l4 S -'.ti rIs. t?.a the \nirii hlw of lcll ii 10 to the works at 7 .4.. 144...

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LILYDALE ARBOR DAY 1914 STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

eLILYDALE ARBOR DAY 191, STATUMENT 01r ACCOUNTS. leceipt.s.-- 191 crc it bl_31c:10 i7: Gd, donutions -L7 14s 5d,' concert L12 13s, total L22 4-11d. Expendi ture.-iBand L2' 2s, Printing L3- 3 d, -' crees .1 10s, Professional fces k L s, Bedblrook 1,1 10s, Dinner 18s, Uu'irdls 1.7 1s, llcrry 3s G6, Mitchcel is, Jones L 13s 8d, .Nottiungham 5s 8 (.rcen 2s l11d, Leach 13s -lId, Laboi I 7oinetis ; Gd, Elrrcy 16s, Jill post-in'i :-Is, Total L21 15s 5d. Outstanding Iall L1 5s, Band bal. L1 s. t Dona tions.-lr. 1Bell 'Ll s,1 Dr Synm ,Li. Is,' Mr Duncan 10si (3d r M ' Pettit 1Os Gd, Mr J. P'Ghe, l10s Slr T'homas 5s, . Wilcox: Bros. 5s, M1r Lercsford 5s, Mir: Harrison. 5s, CIr Sebire 5s, 3Mr Simpson 2s Gd, \lr Roberts 2s 2 6d, Bariiett and Hunt 5s, Mrs Cook'2s, MJr Jones Ll 3s Sd. Mr 3Mdirony 9cd, Mrs IReichelt 103 Itr 8i , Blhack 10s, .Total Li 14s 5d. L SUBSClRI3BERS are reminded that their payments are now duc, and are respectfully requested: to forward same to this office. -Annual- Subi s...

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MONTROSE ARBOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

MONTROSE- ARBOR i.DAY. On Friday, .Julyv 31st unlder the most favourable weathlici' coitiiions, .Montrose held its annuail- Abor Day oelebrations, when an enthlisiastie :rowd of interested slpe1tatars gatlh rcd to join in lhei afternooii's pifb ;aunnime. For weeks lpist. the 'arious ,ommittces have- been busily engitg rd in making preparation for this inol'rtaiit evtent and they were Well ewarded for their clfforts. as every lillg passed off .withoot. a hitch. 'lie childreni. too. juldgi~g by the rclness of tlhe contests, showL(ct Lbt they had not .been uinmiildful If what it would jl d necessary' for hean to do to get the best results nd the best profits from the occas ,n. And the wtt:les-whit a pie urc is the Montrose school -ground -it.h its wealth of wattle blossom. lthlouigh this year it was a weekc a-st its prime; nevertheless, it is sight that catches the eye of t he isitor and the flower lover. 'the cc planting, the firs.t pei formaice f, the day was carried out by the I hoo...

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DER KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

DER KAISER. .0 - i__Der:Kaiser of the Vatherhlad - un t Gott on tilglfalUlings gomimauti - Ve two ach, don't you understand, .0 .1 Minesclf unt Gott:. 6- Mine saddlirs sing die Wacht am Rhine, 11 Unt shout aloud de power divine, I Unt drink de health in Rheinish wine Of me unt Gott. 't Dare's cousins dinks she's nacht smnall • beer Mit Austria iintdings she interfere, She learn none own dis hemisphere, Y But me--unt Gott. e She dinks dat she some ships haf got, Unt soldiers mit their scarlet coat. Ach, we can knock them pouff like dot s Mineself unt Gott. Dere's France, she svaggers all arount, She's augustfeld, she's non accound, SToo mich we dinks she - on't amound,. t Mineself unt Gott, She vill not dare to fight again, Bit -if she should'-I show her plain. Dat Alsace unt dat French Lorraine Are Mine-by Gott. In time of peace prepare for-wars, I hold de helm unt spear of Mars, Unt care not for ten thousand Czar uA Mineself-uut Gott, In short, I humor every whim SMil. aspect dlark...

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GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

GAVE INSTA1N'T ELIEF. "My little daughter SIa ud was very bad with crouep and I was quite worn out with loss of 'sleep," says 2Mrs Cathaerine Holland, 45(G Ade laide -road., i3erhampore,. N.Z. "A f riend lifd seen Uhaltiberhaii's Cough lRejiec acihrreitlsd for the relief of croup and .suggested 1y trying it. I diil so and 'it gavve ,the] child iinst.al relief' I lI.nve geen dog ens of Childrin religey.' Wof, croup by Chamborl.in's Coug i .i-b mca y, . iA tention is (ircct&cc.td"o scvrcal imlporul.ntl nofices- iii :tls - istiein nu' ,idverti-? iilJ J oC illifs. ' "- " "1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

PUT CEA vi~ IF you have tried numbers of rem edie ; for your com plaint and failed to get any benefit DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there is still my system to try; and it has proved itself in 40 years' experience in treat ing every disease. " Where Ignorance is a Crime." just published. You cand. afford tobe without it. Price 6d. Medicine sint poet free, wrapped aecurely in plain wrepper. - \ N .-- ..7 You cannot afford to take chances with a bad leg If you bave a sore on the leg, whether it be an old one which has been troubling you for many months or years, or whether It is one of only recent date, which refuses to heal, you should give it prompt and careful attention. It is particularly in the treatment of severe sores of this kind that Rexaona has been used with such suc ess. This new rapid healing ointment will speedily give life to the tissues of the old sore so that it will heal up whole and sound. Rexona is not Intended simply to dull the pain of a sore, or merely to prevent it from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

Ig?RTON a Gash Store R GLEN, ,1; omare and Friends. oetuotay We are country and the We like Our Buai. J1t rive to increase it -ponorble means. . GOODS and PRICES are what count, ',r Will Colvince Yon, f(tl-3SS Yaluat ii IgS & SB0 ES IRONMONGERY C1ROOKE] Y GROOERIIIS De?errd all over the District t?ic the Address: SATHERTON ERRN GLEN ICa1 Oattle Food of all a?Lancashire Firo Insur ?,, Lilydale Express and r Aly papers. SIPPLY ANYTHING. r------1 r~i \111- Nb'~A1'ER. ^:tr4t i'l V')lI t;i n give" " IIger is1 Ir , U 1'INT'r 'ufleii, t '' Can givC vu ryur cards~, dodgers, (UlxvijL.: and all busi I. Cto cute. Tle news i bleuj it, aiil it hlelps vlii I'mmmmtcr fur sctting iaUd llt andl one11 FiREE K1.. gives your tuown; but it to tie printecr or job iu that camn gi e you Mlii amd is spcmmdig mmi nionor brains in to build op your dis It's NOT a e re tter of Blow - aut iOLID FACT ithat LANCASTER the Right MIan the Right Place lit doiti all kinds of CBRRYING. ':LEST FI, Ci:OYDON : IF Y...

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MANGELS AS FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

MANGELS AS FODDER. Mangels are a good fodder for ;?jl kinds of stock. As spring- fodder for sheep mangels are unrivalled, and they possess the advantage of being av.'l able for the period. between the finish ing up of the swede crop and the be ginning of rye, or vetches, while, of course, they are useful as a sup)e mentary .food to" such-like green crop;. To ram breeders they are speciaily valnhble, and it would be difficult t, grow or even suggest a substitute To the milk-selling farmer a plbntif I supply of mangels is inevitable. T 1,y begin using with chaff quite early in the winter, and thus effect a saving of hay, as.good straw chaff is better fdxl when mixed with pulped mangels th:u! the primest hay is when fed long, at least for the purpose of produc,? milk. The 'death of Mrs. Woodrow .Wilson, wife of the President of the United States. is reported in a cable message from Washington.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XII. NOT TO BE FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. -4---·---- -' CHAPTER XII. f NOT TO BE FOUND. "I don't understand you a bit; please explain, Captain Beresford. Perhaps it's a joke; if so, I fail to see 1 any point in it," and Miss Brabazon looked stolidly in frontiof her, whilst r Lady Wilbraham gave a little gasp f of surprise and terror. : "It1 is no joke, but saddest earnest," and his face looked as if he meant it. "Deverel has been looking for the last two hours, or even three, and be cannot find her." t "But -that is absurd," trying to - put a. brave faMce on it, and resist conviction as long as she could; "where has she gone, and who was ,h i with? I don't suppose she was t left alone?" with a sudden suspicious c glance into his caroworn face. "Only for a minute; she dropped a flower, and Deverel went back to r look for it. When he came, back," t: Lowering his voice, "she was nowhere fi to be seen." "And that's all the care lie took t )f her!" flying into a passion, be- c -_.use she was on the brink of t...

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Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

FRIDAY, AUGU6 14th 1011. The adjdurned annual meeting of-the Lilydale A.H. and P. Society will be held in the Rechabite Hall on Tuesday evening next, as per advt,. A memorial service will be conducted C iin the Lilydale Methodist Church by the :1 Rev. Jas Lowe on Sunday evening next A'largce meeting of ladies was held in the Athenaeum nall, Lilydale, yester day afternoon, when a committee was ,-. elected, with Madame Melba as presi dent, and it was' decided to form- a branch of the Red Cros: League at . Lilydale, and to work for -the expedi ;, tionary forces. A depot will be opened at the Shire Hall, where work will be given out from 2 to 4 daily, L1 The Country Roads Board, at its meeting on Monday, accepted the ten der of the Reinforced Concrete and "Monier Pipe Constructisn Company for the erection of a reinforced concrete Sbridge over the Yarra on the Heales ville-Lilydale roud, for the sum of 1L424,

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

TURF TOPICS -4 jBy '"Flemington.") With suci a state of chaos existing all over the world it is difficult to settle.down at tile moment to the dis cussion of .mere sport. There are graver issues hanging in the. balance even than the M?elbourne Cup I Pro bably some unthinking Australians would imagino an event of more con cern than the great spring race, but we are in reality now face to face with a matter which dwarfs all- other con -siderations. The indications- as this is being written indicate that sport of all kinds may be brought to-a stand still in the near future. The outlook is indeed very black. But little good can come of meeting the devil half way, so" while racing goes on, we must have something to say about it. Naturally, the menace of war had its effect . on the crowd at Caulfield on Saturday. The attendance did not perhaps show- a great falling off, but there was that something in the de meanour of the people which showed that their thoughts were not wholly and .solel...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SETTLERS & METROPOLITAN BOARD. DISEASED VERMIN IN WATER CHANNEL. COUNCIL SUPPORTS SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

SETTLERS `& METROPOLITAN -BOARD, SDISEASED VYERMi7N IN `WATE CHIANNEL. COU CII I S'UPPOIrT SS.L;. Lc. . At -tic mleeting eof- thel Uppcr" T air'r Sliirde Council held at Yarra J illction on iMioniay, a .letter i:as' iicceivet?d Ifroni George Tul!6h, on behalf of a iiu ber of se-Llersi- in the Ya'Ira Vall;. . Cin nienting on 'tlie 'dispute betuccin tlhe settlers and the Metropol tanu -oard o .i Vcorks. The letter -which tra.icer the whole pdsition, stated that ci-l quiet cattle belonging to settle.:; a er cnpounded, yet there are screes at cattlo on the Board's territory whi.h would be troublesome to inipound atli thlese are left al.ne. Since it is sa;tt to be so esscntitil to ,kcep. tl:,- a'ic, ftree from stock, why arc it.iic 0.o; imlpounded?. 'But tile great iu.:iei, to publ:.c health is that ',hicl wnits ic tilrred to by Cr. Ewart at lai- nct ing, and which is beingii c0ir?o k, by hle Board, viz:----Tie t:ur- : diseased .wombats there- ar[e n iilt 0oard's' area.- Thise po...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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