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Electric Light for Ringwood and Croydon. GOOD PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914

Electric Light foil Rinigwood and Croydon. --oo 000D OO i'iI.lOG ?ESS. At the mooting of :tlie LilycalTo Shire Conulcil on ?tondav" lnst. a letter-was received from the ouna wading shireo re sLupply of electric ity for Ringwood. Stating that that coiunicil is a groecl.le 10 the proposl,1. on terms to be mllltnllli arrangedi . andl that if the arrangement for the propo?ed genral extensiiion of the shire's l'.cseut schmnoe is not corm leled bhv the time thell electric cur rent "is available at 3litcham. the money lieeessa.r vior the cectin of the electric manin to this Shire boindar/y will :e aldvanced ont of revenue or provided temporarily in some other warv. pending arrange ments being made for the horrow ing of it. Cr 31cAlpin. reported, having ?at tended a. meeting of the Nlwnaiad ing council, in company with 1l Crowley. the consulting engineer, and at that confcrence they hmad a( raingecd the whole thing. The schCme was to cost t250. As they j.td ~not got this item- on their lJon...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSE.D CARRIER., ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. -. 1IXIRGES MODERATE. FURNITURE WRMOVED - At Shoirtest Notice.. W. J. SEBIRE, .. CARPENTER ard BUILPER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUBI].TT-ED FOR ALL, KINDS OF WVORK. . JOELJINCG WORK i SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROIIPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLU NG GREEN , TEA ROOMS --. - ' a rt, . ...ii...a ISJ1,I S to coin j% is imt'.t]iks`-to h' ' thh Lilydanle public for the gchcr ous support given lini dcluifig the past year. which has been very lib eral i:ndeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Assortrnont of NOVJLTIS. .- NOV.IbI't[ES. NOVE IES. NOELTiES. NOVELTJES. NOVELTIES. CONhFECTIONEIiY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of inspection. The VEGETABLES and FRU1T are Good this week and ClHEA-P. WTishing all Patrons the Compli aents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRYCOOK Wish ,- " t 'imate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now c...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROYDON TENNIS CLUB. COUNCIL GRANT FOR NEW BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914

CROYDON TENNIS CLUB. COUNCIL GRANT FOR NEW BUILDING. Pursuant on a deputation from the Croydon Tennis Club to the May meeting of the Lillydale Shire council, the President and the South-West riding members met the Tennis Club committee to discuss the proposal of a grant from the council to erect a new pavilion at the courts. Cr. Hughes, at the council meet ing on < Monday, repoited the result of the conference. The tennis club .had, he said, evident ly spent a lot of nioney on the ground. -They had spent quite £Ioo in improvements, and it must be remembered that this all added to the value of the coun cil's reserve. He thought the club was deserving of some as sistance. They desired to erect tivo small rooms, as a kind of pavilion, and vwere asking for about £25. Of course it rested entirely with the riding members what sum, if any, they would grant. At the occasion of his visit, he found everything at the ground in splendid condition, and the tennis club members evi dent...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914

(By "Ambrosine.") The well-dressed woman should, never be without a black hat both for summer and winter; it will go with anything. and neither fades nor dates.   Exercise is the only safe means of counteracting a natural tendency to be come stout. The use of vinegar for   this purpose is much to be deprecated. A veil to look smart should be lightly tied on to the hat, and then pinned over at the nape of the neck. This gives it a fashionable appearance, and serves the double purpose of keeping the hair tidy. Cultivate a serene mind, which is de- termined to make the best, instead of the worst, of things. Worry will cause unlovely lines upon the face, and make a person grow old before his or her time. White satin collars may be rinsed out in ether and cleansed immediately. Do not try to sponge off the spots, for that leaves a ring, but put a little ether in a small bowl or teacup, squeeze half the collar at a time, and it comes out perfectly white. &...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914

LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING.       The ordinary monthly meeting of   the Lilydale Shire council was held   at the Shire Hall, Lillydale, on Mon     day last. Present- The Presidient (Cr Hughes), and Crs MeGhee, Wallace, Blair, Daly, Rouget, Burgi and McAlpin and Mr Hamilton Sinclair, shire secretary and engineer. Correspondence     From Railway Dept., stating that it is   it is not the practice of the depart-   ment to provide cab shelters at sta-         tions and the Commissioners cannot see their way to provide shelter at Croydon station, but they are pre-             pared to set apart a suitable site at             &a...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEMON MIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914

LEMON MIXTURE. Half lb. sugar, rind and juice of two medium-sized lemons, 2 oz. bittger, 2 eggs. Put all ingredients into an enamelled sauoppan, and cook gently till thick and smooth, .but [do not let it boil.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914

The English, Scottish and Australian Bank LIMITED. A BRANCH of. this -BANKI'is now OPEN DAILY at-RINGWOOD, with an AGENCY at CROY .DON, Open TUESDAYS and S- -: FRIDAYS, 10 till -12, . When EVERY. KIND of BANK SING BUSINESS. may. be Sr.ransacted.. P. T. YOUNG' M.anager - J.MILNE & SON MIAIM STREET, LILYDALE.. Ne"ws - "- S "l'"t " St io. *Thel folOwidig - lines always ,ond hand: Fancy Goods. Toys. Games. 'Music. School Requisites. Fashion Journal Winsor and Newton's Paiuting Matec ials and; Oil Tubes. 'Musical Instruments,- including Mouth Organs, Accordeoi.;, etc. Violin Accessories. Pauline Paper PatLterns. English, American and Australian: M agazines. Bicycles and all extra parts. Tobaccos, Cigars and. Cigari.ttes of -the Best Brands.. House and aLit and -'PhocriL lFire Insurance Agents. SLILYDA-LE BA2ERBY. FRANK GREEN, BAKER & PASTRYCOOK MAIN STREET,- L1LYDALE. - ,FRESH BREAD Delivered Daily. SMALL GOODS,. MWEDDING CAKES, -PICICSNC AND PARTIES supplied with Promptn...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

RIINiWOOD. At the conclusion of the football nmatch betwoueen inugwood and Kei.; played on the lRiillgwood ground on 'Saturday last ,a hostile demonstra tion ,was made by a large section of the crowd, .against field .the cen tral umpire. Contrary to tlhe hopes of the Jing1wood ,supplorters :the home teamn was outclassed in the day's play by' Kcw and thrcats a gainst the "tumpirte wecre frequent. \Vihcn pllay ceased about 50 or 0O men and youths inmde a rush for Field .cbut Couistablec 3iray, who had unticilpated-trouble ,was alretidy .at the umn;ire's side.,W\\ithi some difli cutlty he succeeded. l1 r orcing ,his waey through tlic yecling mob, on whom lihec presencce of a uniiforr" had a saluau c cffect, and got the nmpire safcly into a: motor car bc longing to sohu- Kew visitors. The crovwd surged' ariounld the car, one of theml snatchling- the iumnpire's hat out of his hand. c W\ith all speed the car was started cand the hanrris sed oflicial whirled out of allrmi's way. During the...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EVELYN. Political Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

EiEVELYN. (FIrou O-.r Own U rree o "*d an.) IPoliticai eeting. . The .irst uplniic meeting of a, political Ihaucer ait, ii velyn wiis, held 1at the loc?l schoolrcom ol Fri day, the 26th inst , it'liad been .'r iaicnged by the Lilydulo brlanch of the .L. I. with the view c-l forming i hirinch .it Evelvin. he hA, rge itt c(danco .was very gra'tifyling to the delegates. M1r A. 8pcers c\cnpi:dl the clihair, lund brially iiintroduced the principal speaker for lllte ecvening. Mr J.\I atthews. 31.P., who put the case lor Ltbor ii ia leair mnlner. T'IhIn iuidisco slihovel their appiecha tion oi 1is remcarnis by lfrefquent cheer in-. Messrs E. A.. Duncan. \\. II Thomas, iand T. .\. ,S'impso,, o"f Lilcdule, also pl(okec anid at; the close o thte Ii eetuing member.' i\ere enrolledi . meetitg wi,1 be (Alled at ant early daIte to clet uolliccrs, &c. A Good Wocrd for E~vely.--"? r C co. Smith-lMorison. manager J'or .Sicucns ltcd., has jupst cumpllte: s ix imonths' leave of absenc' onii ac...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW RATING ACT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

To the Editor a Sir.--As there is a goodu deal of doub t ill th public mitid in connect tie~n with the nc?W rating A.?" w-:ill, -ou 'kindly perminji mc to bridlly set out ,its main features. 'lThe Rat~ung ott Unimproved Val ues ?c?i; 191,. receivcd the Govern or's assent on Ord February, but is )lio yet in force. It will become up crative on a. day to be proclaimed whein the State land vahluaions are complete,. it being provided tbhat these valuations must' be the basis of rating for the purposes of the Act,. The Act gives to ilfnieilpalit ics 'the option of ratinug ;on the unim proved vluhre of L?nd i,done. Any counr cit min determine to idopt the.Act. conditionally on its publishing due notice of its intention. Should it be desired to oppose the adoption, a pull of ratepayers may be demian cdl. on presenting a p"titiou sig ned by iltl least one tentth oftlhe. per Sl oi? OI the Inungcipal roll." S"heuld lhe council not thke act jun to adopt. the Act, r~tcpa3yers ,lesiring. its adop...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

'::: ,, ..7., 2.>: To: t ? " .ao . ·. -_?.i' :' To t li Eitoir. 5 :'cir.--:i y In ytrlSt ·i-jue': 'Week]-' 'caidor" aduvisecs 0t01 townslpooplc oc l iydx.lc to 'I'aLuse and reflect" lie lfre gralnting the Saturday half-holi da y. It he himself would.do. like wisec he would see the utter ab surdity o.f the statementt that '"it would deprive out" town of this lu crative trade fIor caILpers.. Who h]cs ever scin a camp or week-end ltace in Lilydalcl I have been a resident hcere for seoue years now. aind in thie .hole ot thiat time'. hixaŽv not seen more tihan.i a dozen week cudlers. :It is a .well-known fact that Lilydcle is not a tourist re sort. nor is it; cver likely to be. C e'tainlx in ithe summrinr time we ha.e ac .cew Sunday vii'itors. who come upi in the iorning aind gooback aL, niihlt. Accrdiilr to "Weekender' the Li.lydale slhopkeepers :are jn capa.ble of phygical leeling. ,since it, is only. their city brethren that get' "ernamped an~d wear y." As foir thIe moneICy campCIr...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

To the Editor. Sir.--Expecting to see and enjoy a good gamceof footbahll, I went to Yai'ra Glen on naturday Inst to see Yarra i( len and tH1le.sville play. lint regret to say that mny expectations wecre not realised. And to my mind this was not the fault -of the lpinsers. mho -were all icager. and umany. of( thilc skilful. but tie blaine lay with the 'supporteris. -f a1 movin' pic tore altLd ranioplmnIc record .had been tikcn and cxhlil:ittcid to thi2s sanme barrackers: when their blood vwas cool, thexy would sa.y it w\ias faked. The .crowd. chausinm. nround like a .lot of mniamics, comllplet:ly sp i't tile gane,. .aind tli.t tlec match .wa.s pla;yed .with]out any rcta,!iition iam ongst- the pla.yers is to their credit.. Thlie ground committee are to a (cr Iaini extent to blame.n iu tihamt ihr were three plough marks conifusing players. unpire. andc sp ctlators, a"s to which was the bound?iry line; in fact, a L ood part of the pl-ay was ,u.monis9t 1thc spcctators. I a.lsu noticed it...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROYDON POUND. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

GBOX DlON IOLf~ To thc. Editor. ~it. No dodr 'ie In. b Who C.lrtonicl e this Week "tli .1t ther" 1is a ,protest: by 'Wei i cooweillu.is .. abuti; thce Pound fence. .I also notice .that' Cr. Daly 'seicus to, be . r)ry sore 'biout wan wh~o hIul to get rid ot 'is p'ony as it was a, conitinuail pCet, to the Ccoa.c·1 hIolses t-:tkiiikg ol their n0se bhas -and hieciing itself ! Also ince' the pounld has been estblished, ah heid or cnttle canic~trcnam all thro ughm the tow nslhii-l urns, etc.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. YARRA VALLEY COMPETITION. POSITION OF THE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

FOOTBALL. YARA VALLEY COMPEi'.TION. ---00---- POSITION OF THE CLUBS. " PI. Won Lost Drawn Pointi Healesville 6 .5 : -- -20 Yarra Glen 6 4. -2 : - 16 Millgrove 6 3 3 - 12 Lilydale - 6 3 3 - 12 Yarra Junction 6 3 3 - - 12 Coldstream 66 -0 . 6 - 0 -- oxo--- ..il Y IDALE v. 311[LLO RV".E.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPER YARRA SHIRE TRAMWAY (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

ii 111 J true tlhat (To the Editlor.) Sint i itcd i,, my lh ttfr liub i l :i II' i t 11 June Lh'Ut S l l " L it I " il h ( itur lt issuesI tt di I I , ct of toi(t' { CmO lL o,''I l it, l Li. u i I . :1 , il i 1. tk. I C h :, I fi th ' li tt 1 1111l ' tlrra. l .1 " * 1 LI I' 'lt isi 't "+ " :I;I- I jll h l. ai11 Iu i s- ihl"t so.i S Ii' l h. ii Ir' s i? I i' ( " 1 1lll h(T r D" I nll el' titi: l I' 111noit p rocte I° t .Cl 00Ic lii te}" w o lldtlI CollI - ; r ii i I . " .r tll ' W"I i It',i i (I i ltL I 1'ii III ', or l t 1L" urpt sed i. kll and I e tiiili frli wiat '~! a prei s , ll l dh1or11 l ol. u i i i..i h d11 d1111 i tli ti r ie(.l lc. i ll e : . rt t' e . llIt'd"h: l pul so" L.. : Ir sIIs i n-.ltdI Iv col - i ii uer 1tres ofi thro t mu dlr ti LLt L " L ii ir 1h:111) II littli i s t \ SI I': , ilcll?- lt I lt\ ' iti l I)o co i . i" ch Ilrii " I' S i sh ll t I il t1h wI - liti?: iii''I. Cii:' LiA r +tlhi ) 11)i- lil x tllV i + a llo f. Itr 11111 tr, 1 1 ilh 1 11 1 u 'd e 1a f,-...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CLOSE CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

:1 LO- CONT ,S. ,ilydale oii ened t'he. seond. rond ':f tlle labove conm]-eititi-l on Sa;tur davy. Y. a maictt with \lillrive. mani were successful. after: -n evenly con tested gaenic, in runni tg out' w\inlersi with three pcints in tetc lead. The day \idis litre and the :oo?.l in gnod c::Idition ,so the la.rge crowd who t~ t uended \·Wce inot dical:~oiuted ill ex pccting "' good exhillition . Tilhe. Teams. _ilvdol c. A :ildL. Povnicr. Ie Lcod MlICcDonaid .Nodl. .Allen i li lc -, IVUilln :e,-I ii-, ]oe, Lc irdet: Rii. kinll. I-itoil,? d : anl 8.ci Gnd hll,4-Ed iCook? Jl !oi So ldeso t ? l I i Glothi: .S ii lC r?-: 0 la (i) icy-i~al!i. icaT j i - ic t0ioiI. - O ol Ce nSi.lleilfic 'utll- Ifi h'id:1 :cnil eil: of ic:2 Il '1. v:Th0- Ga.ino. ;, . ilydal .o tplctigi with tlhe windl, o01ened with ita siagle soon :ft.er the start.' 1McDonald lcapped ,his it.h a 1onig pouIt goal. i llowed ,by ?at minor almnost iinmntliatell. 31ilgiirove t rushied , single.and -a. g-al p.er Wal ker, and ai pe...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

-OR LETTER BOXj -00 necessarily indorsing the ·.+l o..f our correspondents, we Slad to insert communi 11 on topis o f public 'iaic wIay be intelligent eafilrih expr'essed and free --; lictie, on c-ndition 'mýr 1~Io wri tr's real namne, S;"aril? for publication, but t· cc-" of g?rood faith. a tO

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YARRA GLEN v. HEALESVILLE A ROUGH GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

" YARRA- GLEN v. HEALES: VILLE A ROUGH GAME; I b:,These teanis met at Yarra Glet'6n. Saturday,-ahd the maiitch wvas one"eof the roug bhest in the annalsl of:dlis' trict football. The' play from the start ivas most willihn, and players were continually roughly handilin each 'other . record cro? d of spec .tators was.present, n ho formed. one eetbinig; excitedi mass; Perhaps theh ill feeling wavs accbunted: forbyi i: the fac that prior _to taking: thee ':field :Ilealesville :kere inlorined lby `their oppond nts that a protest .wouild: be lodged::in :the event :of :-Iealesv.iile winning, on the ground that. Marchi bank was iot eligible in face of the ruling ofthie President of the A.ssocia tion the saine day ."that'i?e i was' per fectly eligille to play." ; Tuhe play.i frm-.the bounce a~as very: even, but Iebalesville" had~ lie .:advanitage. -ofa I slight breeze, buit could onily make lie 9of:.it by: scoring behinds: At I quarter time thei scores stood':" ; =: Healesville, 6 bhnide. Ya...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

6Ul~ofl LiOUJI) r-CE I1u11Lit. III thes, days golfing boatig ,l tc-a liable Isaul~loss liquid pow0dcrl 01 of tIhe necessitioe of lifc.. Is Liquid lTaCO Powdcr is floul cxjscrls to bo a cabeC 1)pcparationi anld as deio1ý3 d' provCLIcuL onI th old-fashioneo jirt~n ti~e 3i powdeL'. Ilusides i11 shio l to 3; pearalico it acts as a slinel:lj delicate skin of the face ai Lt t winds, d&st, enlii, and ntJh'r elw Obtainrble at dale, 11'.· Naulkervis', \Iý;burtcn.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEETING OF DELEGATES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

M\IET1NG OF -DEELGATES A delegates mlieeting took placeatlbeh Oliida hotel;Lil dale o-n Sat urday morning 1iasti hen allthe lt bsi were fully repie enet ied.: . =1\Ir?, r on - (P -re si~dent of he t of=`i tiscd c ias in jA letter vas 'reeive d from the scc retary of thie Victorian Tunior Ass ociation, stating that the scoring cards (referred to them-by the Association) were in such a state df disorder that the only thing which could be done was to re-play the match, and they suggested that goal umpires be sent from the Junior Association for ' the occasion. - Mr Bath (Yaira Glen) suggested that two points be given to each club, which would obviate the necessity of re-playing the match. * The President said :th'e suggestion had come too late, as they had asked the Junior Association's opinion ;and that was final. In reply to the .Secretary, it was stated that -it would be impossible to play the sanie teanis, as many might not be- available. It was decided to pliy the match at Healesy...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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