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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Special Correspondent.) It is no use pretending that there are topics this week. The plural cannot be used. There is only one. We may ring. the changes on it in many ways, but the thing is War. The re markable feature about it all is tne calmness and foiritude displayed by the I eople since the decl" ,st', n that 'n. volved Britain. Before it was defin itely announced that Britain intended to take a hand, there was a lot of nervous apprehensiveness manifested. But when it became known that the plunge had been taken, matters at once began to adjust themselves. It may be that we do not fully realise what it all means. But be that is it may, the spirit already evinced indicates that we will take the knowledge when it comes as befits the nation to which we belong, and which has been so strikingly welded by the sudden menace. There has been no sign of panic. Some few tmorous ones have withdrawn their savings from the undoubted safety of the banks,, to entrust ...

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

MILLUGROVE. ou Arboiy 1Div was odebia.tocl d it thEi 1 Oil stholu?n 1 L .y as , :too cdlo ld p utg.. l' ...e osoiiiol ~jt:l a. bitiociu JaceL and naddress.edt the schol ars alnd uniturled the flag, also' act ing as starter for the sports hold atterwCirds. The ladies pro \ic:t l the refreshments audli\cr Stokdule, f'ruitl Altec tin, thc p-urenlts 1nd scholars acljourncd to the scjiool and a pleas alub time was spent witlh 1arlor gam es, etc., until near. midnight, wkhen all went home, hlaving thoroughly enjoyed themselves. -liss Poole; tihe hcicdi, teachicr, is to be~ co?ll'ratiliated 0"}' iat-ing suci adn ordedy lob of scholars (59.) altogetlhei) " -1illgrove ,is all excitemeant now at the local footballers haviung uch: a victory over Healesvillc oi Satur Several items of news receiaed too late for this issip: Arri?al at.t Lilly dale on Thurs4ay of mattCr for pub liclatioi that evening prevents in sertion in that week's issue. -: With ti he 'incresing area covered by our, growing oi...

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

J EL-? ' JN .Practical Boot and Shoe Maker' YARRA JUNCTION. Repairs executed with neatness and- despatch. All work done' on prem ises at lowest prices compatible with good material and workmanship. WUNDRLICE METAL CILINGS Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends for - them throughout the Commonwealth. They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor ative charm, and inexpensive, can be washed down and do not collect dust and vermin. Catalogs and ,esigns free. ',he W NDPELICH PATENT O.ILIZNG & ROFIJNG Co. Ltd 123 Queen Streec, Melbourne. For Contipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. A Delightful Famiy Medicine LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, S:.g?'' ;f : ;f;- MAIN. STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, 7lutton, Corned B]3cf, Pork a nd Tongues ah~ays obtain .able at Bedrock l'riccs. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL 1BACON and CIEESE always on hand. Customers waited upon daily and ordcrs pr...

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

..--P;BLIC NOTICES . Lilydale Waterworks Trust. S:..?.IEWACRl) of bOne pound (Cl) is helrel!y oltcred for informalntion tbatl Afvill lead to the conviction, of 3a y .pcrsion found tamnpering iwith the Jiro pfligs, teaps ,valves .;r other pri'c.rly belonging, to tlhe TrusIt.. ALMA LTON SINOL IR,. Secret:Lary. Shire Hail, illydale, 28-7-14. 51 Vict-. No. 1060,. Sec. 61 1 Edwb. 1\:1.- uo. 1N7, Sco. .I -OTICE. - ,A; ' f ol. to i:dnTiurnist.r teL LEitte of 3lich:iel O'Brieln lat.e of. Li'y dale, old age pensioner, dcdcased, inhtestate, who died on the 4th Ju:-y .19111, has ieen grianted to me. ,tnct Creditors, S.Net ofl: Ii and ; u cil:ers hiaving cli.s ainst, the Estatat are required to5 seni in particulars,. of theirclaims to the Curator of the Es litcs of Dlecocesed Porgoi?n New Zea. land,. Chambers, 4So .Col'!ins Street, 3Melbourner on o0 biefcr t.e l-5ti Gcy -ix?ejLr, 1911, or they niy lcbe ezxcludL ed '.ron the dit rillmjit0L5, ofo itle tls .toic iwhet-l ?the assetls i.Lre being ?d...

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

SUFFERCED ·dC AGONYWIT1 HE$.D 4CCIED .-hI ljgl~y rcpo nmionej COna berla~n's g'1bicts "L jon :who suit els kopi IippdLaphes, says Mrs IU. K. Bcrry1, MlarborougLioad, J\victo tia V alCy, Tasmania. I suiferedag ony, )VitL. lcracdqclllc x1111 t ·Fi0, t-" glob.:" ovp}'yt~ll/ng :Nuolthig did me any: good 'untit a fried recocended 'Oliatfiborlaiji's Tablets, and tlihey sooui'·pult mc rglitb, again. -Now. w6uld' not .bo' -itiouLt4 *bct of "O1 niberlaiu's.' Itlht t n thel: kloUsq' The English, Scottish and Australian Bank LIMITED. A BRANCH of this BANK is now OPEN DALIY at RINGWOOD with an AGENCY at CROY DON, Open TUESDAYS and . FRIDAYS, 10-ti11.12. When EVERY KIND'of BANK ING BUSINESS may be * transacted. P. T. YOUNG ' Sl anager ---IMRS- T. M1LNE & SON MAUI .,ST ., , LILIDALE. cews Akent~s , Sttioriemr The following lines always on aud : L'ancy Goods. Toys. Games. Music. School -Requisites. Fashion Journal Winsor. and Newton's Paiutiiig Ilatoe ials and Oil Tubes. 1lusical Instrumen...

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CROYDON POUND (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

CRIOYDON POUIND S (To the Editor.) Silr'--The statements made by Cr Blaii at the. Lilydale council meet ing 'on the 27th of'July, that the-re is no wnjter andcl n grass in 'theC'roy don Pound paddock is -icorrect. l Therdi are two g'ood waterholes viit.l" plenty ot water in thecm, and bthe paddock will .coilp?ire \ith li ny other running the saime a ount of stock. Also, Councillor C. Blairý knew lhat-theo fnce was linislided l hcn he passed on the 27t.h, tl? day for, the -Couuncilt Iuncting. I miglht stato that gj- e .a.lso-- cxia.miicd, tihe; 'inco ad.;ik pound fromrn hi liorsc as |lhe;: ca?tciedlalotr heiio.. i Whit objdc{ C.6uncilidr ]lir .ili 'ii had ini lcidihi)* thie cduncil I wu?vld like to kiiow.X'-Y'ours, iaithfullyv, A. G.?.MtMON ' Croydon, 9-8-1.1. -

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

U LETTER, BOX - -----_.. ithout ncessarily ...indorsing the opinions of our correspondeits,, we -sialt be glad, to insert.communi cations bearing' on topics of public "nterest, ` 1hiiol may be intelligent iy and `briclly expressed arind free froh p?Iersonalities, on c ,1.ition of rcceiving the writer's ical name , not ncccssarily for publication, but as a guarantee of -good faith.

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

LILYDALE ARBOR DAY%19i4 6TfATE.IEN1' OF ACCO \TS. lteceiptý. 191:9 crei~it b-Aai\icc i~s Gd, dunations Ii l4 iV d, conccrt 1,12 1i$s, iutul ,2~2 4 lid. E~xpcndi tuwc.-lia"nl J;:'' 2s, I'riutiug 1,3 3 Gd, T'recs Li lOs, lrufessiunal lfccs til us,'1Icdbruuk JA l0s, Iinuer 16s; O uaris E7 Lis, 1lorry is Gd, Mitcticii is, Junes I 3s bd, Nuttiuglians Gs, Glrcei 2"s lid Lacch 13s iid, Labor doune 7s Gd, .Lrrcy l6s, Iilt posting, ts, Totad L21 ls 53d. Uulstaudinr Iltll LI us, Bansd bal. LI Is. ( Donations. Air 1,Bl 2 1 is, Dr Syiue -,I l Is, Air tuac u 10s Gd, Jnr Pettit lOs.Gd, -Mr J. M'0lie' lbs Mir '.'holiois Os, W 'ilcox ]Jro, : s, Mr lcrcs4orid ;s, M1r Harrisonii 5s, Sir Scbire Js, fir.' iuipsuu 2s Gd, -Mr Rolbcrts 2 ld fdl, neut; and fluut as, Mrs Cook 2s, % M JoneLs IA s 3Srl X2lr Biarony 9d, 1101 rs1 Ud iclR lli l0ý i 1r Il 'lac 10-s,' jul1 Li 1.s a5d.

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HODDLES CREEKS WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

IlOIDLES CRtEEiS' \W\ANTS. "Sir,-It is surprising what polit ica.l splite will lead somie people to say, as in st:ncetd l by "Progress" i'i his letter.in your issue of July 31st. saying, "If the IlHoddles Creek peo ple' want a good road. let thelm i ;u aL representiative into t?te coui,;il who will not advocate a road tinat is lower tlhait the creek clos, biy. "Progress," surely knows that water willi alwavs 1i nu in the lowest chlat - aecl, and it .as ae says, the road . hilwer t.hni tile Creek, it would lbe the bcd of the creek. I am frequerit ly oiver the road, and know -perectly well. tliit in times ofr Hood por tions of the road. but only portions, ar*e under water, but ,given a cou plce tof fine days, the water drains oil into the creek,. which do-esnt look as if the road was'the lower. Unfor tunately, the water leaves a legacy behind it in tie shapie of mud a.nt holes, which would not. be .the case if the roadn were p1roperly metalled. hI'e grievance at lresent is that -when ...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

Household Hints. Keep two ironholders by you on ironing days, and use them alternate ly, changing every time you lake a fresh iron. It is the heat that draws and tires the hand, and with a wool holder this is, to a great extent, pre vented. If you want to keep your brass really bright, rub it after cleaning with a little me:hykited spirit, and then with a dry cloth dipped in whit ening. If treated in .his way it will keep bright for seteral days, unless the weather is very damp or foggy. The following i.i a very good way to treat bacon that is too salt:-r:rs cut the bacon in slices, then put .u:o a pan with just enough cold water to cover it. Heat quickly, and as tuon as the water boils empty it off. 'Thte dry the bacon by patting it with a clean cloth, and fry in the usual vay, and you will find that it is'delicious. To. preserve lemons, just- rub hen thoroughly in a dry cloth until the skins are perfectly clean. Then roll them in white of egg. Two or ihree whites will be suitficie...

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BUTTER MILK AND SKIM FOR PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

BUTTER iMILK A~D -SKIW.'FOR PIGS. How to feed pigs so as to get the greatest profit from the feed consumed is thus explained. by a prhctical man whose operat:6ns are successful. --He says butler-milk, skim-milk,- and root crops are not of much value as pig feed when used by themselves, but. are very valuable when used with grain, meal, or any other solid foods. It?. takes 1201b of -butter millk. Ler day, to-. keep a .:.ig of lOlb iveight in thriiing- condition- which means -that -12 gallons of.-"buttermiJlk are- equal to about 41b of pollard. But as the 100 Ib pig only requires from 31b to 41b of solid food, and 91b or 121b of water or moisture per day, as that would be too much for the kidneys br other in ternal organs to deal with, "and the 1401b of useless water would have to lie kept up. to the animal heat at the expense of the 41b of solid matter, so that there- would be very little left to put on meat. The most profitable way to use but ter-milk is to add 21lb of pollard, grai...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambrosine.") - With regard to women and their -looks, the - pendulum has undoubtedly z swung right round. Whereas a gen eration ago they were content to lan I guish, after 40 or so, in modest ob 1 scurity, now they fight with almost demoniacal strength to keep in .the forefront, and to attract men to iheir sides by means of a false juvenilify. Please do not for one moment imag inie that I am finding fault wi, h any Iwoman for trying to keep 'young-look ing. That, surely, is no ?igoble-aim. But the methods by which-she endeav o~is- to gain this".end ;shaitld at-.:logs be airtistic and not distessisng: toLth beholder. However, it seems to m:e that.in the -manner of artificial. additions?: women are. becoming devoid of all modesty, common-sense and decency, and dis play themselves to the public gaze gor .geously "made up" without a blush. Take a walk along Collins Street, and you will be struck with the -num ber of old women uwith glistening, .cop pery hair---ha...

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AFTER OTHERS FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

AFTER OTHERS FAILED. -"I use Chamberlain's Pain Balm for sore throats and li idc. one rub bing relieves iti.' write Mr T. ,Den nis, Ilihitahi, N.Z. "It worked von ders when I spraincd m)y ankle, giv ing me immediate relief from pain n.fter othler lincement had- failed. ('han:merlain's Pain ualm..'nhas also relicved me many times from rheu Inatism.'= Sold by J. IIntchinson, Lilydale; C. 1 lamtsn, Millgrove; Scott and Al lIn, Y'rlra Clen; Sl . Pl. rahlnu. and \_. J. Dwborn, IlealAsvill i_

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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914., l'Pli:ce higbslraltc - Jarni?iiry 2 'And 30, February "27, Malrch .271, April 24, May 22, June 19, July 17, Aug ust 14, September 11, October 9, November 6i, December 4. Dr Syme, and Mcssrs 1. .B. Lith gouw and "V. 'A. uA. \hrington.-Jan nary 16, February 6 and 20, Mlarch [3, April 3 and 17, May 8 and 29, June 12, July 3 uad 21: August 7 •ud 2,, Septcmbcr 18, October "2 and 23, NovcLlmbcr l;'anid 27, Deccin bCr IS. Mcssrs 11. T. Ki ,ng.s, J. liNuget, T. X. Simpson. and J. \Wlli'ev.--Jau iary 9 and 2i:;, c Iruatry 1, 2larchl (i and 20, A\pril 10, Mi ay I and 15, June 5 and 2i6, July 10 and 31, Au gust 21, CSeptlcIIcr 1 and 25, Oct obcr 16 alnd :30, November- 20, De c:mber 11.

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. IIcalcsville.-Every Thiirsday, al. 10 a.m. Lilydale.---Every riday, atL .30 a.m. Warburton.--Fv'ery Saturday,- at 9,3( a.m. Clerk of Courts.--Ir T. B. Wade. Police Magistrates.-D)r. R. II. Cole and itr 1i. Morrison. District Justices.-F. B. Litihgow, Coldstream; 1t. 1L. llenty, . Wonga Park , . + and Dr. A. E. Syme,- Lilydalc; J. Rlodgct, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville;--I. C. Bridgcr, Croydon; C. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; W. Privett and W. Jollilfffe, llcalcsvillc; II. Ewart, Iloddlc's Creek; .J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, Warburton; J. II. Thomp son, .I.A., . Silvan; A. G.'- Luller, ?est Warburton; Jas. I-IHnter,, Bee .nak; T. TW. Simhpson, W. A. Whar ington; -A. . T. Payne Lilj;dale; Rlichard B. Kelly, ,Croydon; )David Blair; iLazeleiIne.

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A LITTLE HERO WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

A ' LITTLE HERO WORSHIP. `Blessed are the weak,". Miss Baird quoted w.ith a mocking laughn. Dc y'u a?ways` curn tna.:unsainuten cdlees -"or a secoid ;slap, "Mr. 'Trevor ?"? Mr. Trevor 'lbooKe at her inquiringl3 I happened to be on the pier wnen you eucounterea: that "mendicant per son, she explained.. "You aren't ve'y .charitfaej"i A:ir.? Trevor." 'Oh l" said he, understanding nowv what she meant. Slitdle while before, as he ap proached tne pier, he- was accosted by a vagrant who had managed somehow to elude tne vigilance of the' otlicers appuiuted to keep that sort of person out of the place. The man was dirty and ragged, re pulsive, .disreputfable, and dangerous. But_ he was old and feeble,, and" he had been deprived of one arm. L He stretched out one grimy, shak ing hand and begged servilely for- a "I will take you to the coffee-stand over yonder and pay for all you can eat," said Trevor. ' The beggar'did not want food; he could always get plenty of that. :But he was thirsty-;des...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

I3 F RURAL INTEREST r .i (By "Rusticus2') The time will come when more at Stention must be given' in this State to the provision of something more )than natural pastures for stock. In i this connection the experience of other Splaces in turnip raisink is of interest. SThe turnip crop is an important crop to the farmer, as it comes in useful in many different ways. There is no cwop grown, at least in New Zealand, of more value for winter fattening as well as for wintering store sheep and pregnant ewes, and is looked upon as the mainstay for such purposes.-Many who have had failures in their turnip crop in previous seasons abandoned for ;L time-the practice of growing this Scrop, and turned their attention more to the cultivation of various green crops to in a measure fill up the gap; but as it was found that the absonch of turaips rendered a great reduction in thi number"of stock carried neces sary, and .that no other crop that came within the farmer's reach could successful substitu...

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[?]BSENATE OF LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

RATE OF LEAD. are acetate of lead a. First-class '.d!lv soluble in cold PIon of 1lb to one t ker it readily dis . ty, and for its i`ater is always Sal of soda should tfan two or three C 'hat is known arsenate of soda ' Per cent. arsenic ?ue cent. chlorin. :? i. hot water, 1 ,f, : f?ts solution. ;ak'ing one pound ie,? enough for 100 .ei d' ,s to dissolve t..lai one gallon týelr 10 oz of ar ( quarts of water, Pe Tn -The separate r ed ther . Oe la itha forms 2 flotulent condi f' stn1 for hours, : t '? s he most i;d n .water. To Sontasn, lead in ,i one has only d test it with a ýami' 1n biehromate, SYellow-colored Ssenato made as la talaty botht r.:iG1Omt~e has the "1 t Per c ent., Per cent

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[?]TO PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

URODUCTION. " I11,000 per e.and sold his e from £'-0 ?he rate of ha3 , ý0,000 3 tdie stlue of S¬d~ bushy !s hell of oatw b barley, aId i e ne.lbourngo ;- orpples and ;eree im'"or ' 'rk ."er Ito Ld 4.d r feet ie ,-i*h the ibsinls SiOL tie make t ihnrcers it 11 I t: o oe negliF' no 1pren the m ier Soften h will r feet ordnllmled i t? i inig o the it or csidles, et Sthat fo e o ?mi.ake is in i Sthe ch.ins sband ," l co?pei tphe 00 en ble tie oer Withlout teaid ? hen horses will he her, Looker L1a oplnion thant it ? hiell Ihae to disans fiutale, at c. Eoneiderable ex ;jl fg oi ur hal mil itt p or, lie rit craryig powert is. and is ono ? to his htance Slrerd, pes iotaisly ua, pon 1c.l antd Tieen hoeightsr tile ;a te other o oker the a a bhe certain the c aniual. Chief In fIector oat ig. Wanlei, green r-atg oias before it ?i, do Ins ig ?niiy, ? nueriment is con n the cob is turoa - SinatO tile glazing er, does not appely 10h-m faymilh, scl eirntiim, plantter's e. Thse on .must )fed to cat...

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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 14 August 1914

LILYDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as l:clow: Melbourne, 7.20 a.m.. 11.20 a.m., S p.m. daily. M?oney orders-- till-,. Mooroolbark, Riiigwvod, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.-. daily. IIcalcesvillc, S ra Glenn, Cold stream, 8.30 a.il daily. Walrburtnn, Y. ra Jnuction, Laun chirg I'lace, W' ri Yallock, \an din Ya.llock, W\\a .lia Nort l, Scville, 8.30 a.m. daily. IThe box at the failwnay,.Station is cleared daily previous to trains leaving for_ Melbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.mn. daily. Money Order Ullice .closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every othc. da.' open from 0 a.u. to 5 p.m. Parccls Pl'ost "lails at:L Rlegistered Mails close a.t; 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.

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