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HUNTING YARRA GLEN AND LILYDALE. HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

YAX A1 GLEN AND) LLLYI)AL. HOUNDS. . . t T:'he Yarra Glen . anld 1.ilydi e c lmundsb met at Colklstrean o 1 Mon- . day, and altlhough ithe weither con-' ditions were most unfavorable fur imnt~ng, a fairly good run resuil tecd. A. cast .was first, mall in Murphys' l : d.c:k. opposite tCo m0 i c cottage, and al; nost inlmedintely the hounds proclaimed a. find. aId:iirai in a- northerly direction in Ilil crri.. close utp to a, st.roing hare. l; h l reachig ,tlmhe railway line ],u-s dou.i blet-t bick, and then ran a'.ress into 3hunphys' honle ipaddock,. and after runllin close to the home.teal. shAo swuing to the left... recrosscd til railway line, and returned tn t he starting puidit. Again It- was s4t go in'g, but hounds were working nit der greait 'illiculties, and- could.not hold thei line of scent, for any dist, auce without. being at fanhi. 'I his timne the, hlard raii itio Suupple's, aind s\i:iMJgilng to the rigilt, cro.is.ed the Yarra. (Glen road into l'arlitt's: I and rall -in ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

PaPr'Prminl an r Ia SOROSES LIQUIDi FACE POWDER. 'In these days of oilt-door life-.mo toring, golfing, boating, etc-a re liable harmless liquid powder is' ont of the necessities of life.. Sorose., Liquid Face l.owder is found b) experts -to be- : perfectly inval uable preparation and a decided im-, provement on the old-fashioned dry powder. I'esides 'improving the ap -earance it acts as a shield to the lelicate skin of the face against hot 'inds, dust; smuts, and other extra nousa matter. : Price, 2s 9d;. ? Obhtinable at; A .L WiVlson's, Lily Tic suulidt isles' of the sbuiucr sea "Gleauicd gay iii the '-waters bltie, Butt the heart of -the :maln :was-ill k.ti And hlis face w as of pallidhde. but hits soul rcyiv'edci hen. a boat; ar rive c, W.ith .? ,cargo of life-i ene er, . lie laughed like a boy-he was full of joy When he'd taken \'Vods IP Geptee: mint. Cure.' • SUFFERED AGCONY WITH HE&AD: -----00---- iCI-ED. -I highly recommend Cham berlain's .Tablets to -yone who- sui er...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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RAILWAY MEN FAREWELL STATIONMASTER. PRESENTATION TO MR WATT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

RAILWAY MEN FAREWELL STATIONMASTER. PiRESEN: ATION TO 3t1. WATT., SAi- the ,Lilydale -I-ot.el oil Fridaay evenini luast about( 40 rilw't .em- ; ploy ecs coniPecle: 1 iith tile Lil ydal lraiwi y- stitiofl- t.yndeicd aa :smoke hiilit and preeeLntatioln to rt: J. .' i Watt.' s'ttioninlister.: Who hais bren prmcinted from Lilyd'ald to \V trar Mr, E. :,it?li cc-nl i'd -tile 'cha,. and rlefedrreIl, -othe import lice litt the pri-eent 'rri -.is:' suriiunding the loyal toast -of "Thl'e 1ing. w'hicli was' elniliusiasticivahl: hon:I oe*'.: "The Rlailihys ' was p'oposed by Mr Antonio, whr sril th;:t no h'ng hatd givenf such inletus to 1-'rbgress as ,tepliensti's greilt. inuc:itioi, tihe railway locmnotive. `1: wr s " plea.. sed. to be able .t-. t?rni thermn "our railways." Hle held' they should be :ours" to 6,11 plil'p ses .for the puilic got a. faiirer deaf wlii the raillwis .ivre held na.tli6il ly than by pri vate complanis." - Thi railwa'ys we're a flourishing concmrn.-' On' vc'iar tihere w...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

SLILYDALE POLICE COURT. N. Ilrida, August 11th. ;efore . ": H. Cole, 1. 1I. and IMessrs Simpson. ' I% Harrison aind llouget J's. P. , J. -Todd V. H. M IKay cjlair ,for en- £43 10s l.10d bailance due for sale? ale. of, chaff b.} defcndanift oiinbltihalf? f une claimant.ir l, lali papeaiCal foi-r Id coimpla ianl Mald aliD E. ::Brai shlali t At for defeida.int. an after explaninig the fits of -the - case;- Ir Rylah-, called tIne coip lainl 1t J. L. Todd ,who' deposed. that lic: h .e arranegd: with. dlefeiodaant to cuti a , ly7 stack of hay and sell for -bliim. iid: 0 to collect the e- mone:c Wiiness gave-le ip- feindant about 50s woi th of bgs. ti S['he arra1gementr was smade at the a end of -March last. S:tbsclquetl3y dl in -Tr 3P'Kay said(he had sent,£33 .to i- vitness,. ihe letter being posted' at 'e- the Lilydale railwa,- station,: con- t lit liing.. three. £10 notes anid three le: to 1 notes. W\:itness loaned defeidant t £5 also... in SCross-e anti em : l --Ak d defenda lt roi aft...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Lilydale P. H. and A. Society ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

Lilydale P. H. and A. Society _D, OIJR-\.ED ~NU\1 IC Ati, thec a~djourned anlnuarl meecting of the aibovie niii I tl ýsdiy eining .in tine Bccii bitc "I1a. -Mr C. Bairu (pieiident) in .the. chair, there were p;-e.let M-les, s, Jie. Ilotlhcgit 1. E ithnoiv t-inrpson, Errey. :Towi C. \V LIId \V. I Bill hell. Pettit, and A. 1)e "eltamll (se rct·trr.) TJhne banlance sheet-, which Wias of ar satisfacI, r;;t iLt ý. sliew"iu; a ci r dtli balanice of 1 1.9 IN d, was reatd .uid l iduptcd at the prev ious meet - lg. At the as 1i muc tiu'- Mr. A. DI)esclhiii als1o intinmLated that ow ing to the pirobability of his b'ing awa fromn the ilstiict duiriln the tune itn was nlccessary to worik up the sliw.j lie wiould lIe unalile to ic cept. the position of secrctary. [lie eecetioii of the other oflice bI.. iirs took pt-ac:; ont Tuescdluav und a I'r iidcut.- Mr C. Blair. V'ice-pii2sldenhi __Ne's \\' C(; t M'glisteri.e . ' Ac. fT. 1. 3 Harrison: 12. 1T Mitchiell. .n1 'C. . ..Armistrong, iTreis urcrI M...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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SILVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

SI-LyAN~P (From our own- Corrcspondcut. The annual meetiniir 'of the lcu.il branch of the L.eole's Liber'ill ]'?rty on '\ecdnesday last was well idtetcn dcec aild cnthusiasmu mariked the pro cecdings thrlougout. g lcr fJas. lRont get, the clhairmani in introducing Messrs Ciraven and NewtonRakli ers. ferreit to the -proesnt .riave crisis in Imperial a rairs.. In 1'elera.l pol itics he urged that Sir William ir - vine ought not to 'sufcer through hii inability to pei'som.illy conduct the campaign thrrough his' -time being occupiced by milatters of grave mo mcnt to Australia. lJessrs Craven and Newton in their, addresses dealt with the Lileral programme of fin mance and- compared wditlh Labor's proposals. The..speaikers were inter spersed with soilgs by Aimrs Sam and, M1r D.) Englmand. lThe former ar oused the .patriotic fervor by her fine rendering of "The D)eath of Nelson'i and "Rule .Britannia," i which all present joined. 31r Eng land gaveI n imitation of I-hrry Lauder in chalracte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

There is but? ONE Schnapps... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS SCHUTZE % CO., Pure Woollen UNDERWEAR Manufacturers. Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children's Combinations, Singlets and Drawers, etc., made to measure. Price Lists and Samples on application. BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 282 Collins-street. Take Lift 'E_ HORSMAN' S Guaranteed by Us for One Season. Varsity . . ... 35/. Clermont . 17/6 Brighton . . 27/6 Cleveland . 12/6 Climax . . 25/ Tether . . 10/6 PROSSER'S- Phenomenon . 45/ Favorite ... 25/ Club . . . 30/ Challenge . 18/6 Association .. 25/ Unique. . . 12/6 DAVIS Risley Davis . 42/ The Davis . 21/ Beginners' Racquets, 6/6, and 8/6.. Sla zenger's Ayres's, and Spalding's Rac quets in Great Variety. PRESSES- 4-Screw, Patent 4/ 4-Screw plain 3/ 4- ,; Quickfit 3/6 2-Screw . . 2/6 NETS- Tanned, 7/6, S/6, and 10/6; Tanned, Canvas bound, 12/6; Steam Tarred, Wire Cord;, 20/-; The Club, extra heavy, 25/-. BALLS-Ayres's, Slazenger's; Dun lop's, and Bussey's. Re-Stringing and all Repairs at Moder ate Pric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

SERTON Itral Cash Store GLEN, ,Ctomore and Friends. ...tostay. We are . a success. We :country and the e like Our Buss. jtrive to increase it, e-nourable means. SGOODS and PRICES are what count. ,. Will Convince You, i, Il- laS ss In ;)IIS & SHOES $ IRONMONGERY i CROCKERY GROOERIES 1?vhered all over the District. 1vrget tbhe Address: ATHERTON iRRA GLEN CI Oattle Food of all ?iabv shire Fire Insur *p; Lilydale Express and Pypapers, iIPLY ANYTHING. s i aid you can give ~ar is vour JOI PR1NT l do not feel able to reints. you can give y': our cards, dodgers, 1,:le.s and all busi :to execute. 'Iie news cauts it, and it helps his priaters for setting :and and one FR.EE . gives your town; but io the printer or job :e that can give you , and is spending nei nroei. nor brains in '.: build up your dis It's NOT a erg Matter of Blow : OLID FACT that LANCASTER e Right Man ae Right Place .' i ll all ; kinids of RRYING. ITEMI, RLOYQIDON klsu DoIn1C, 11aoAsen e o®eaemeremo ®aseassaea ssees ...

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KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

KITCHEN GARDEN. In small gardens it is not advisable to mace large plantings ana sowings of any linau or vegetables, but smai ler luants.les will oe iounu much more auva~tLageous , as OIn?e there Is imU(? r more growui than can be consuLUeU, out or a small piece of ground, anlc .i 3 is a good thing to observe that when one lot of vegetables are well tnrough, 'another of the same kind snould be put in, and in this way a succession is always at hand, and better results are obtained tman ii the whole of the area is put out -n large quantities. A proper observance should be main tarmeu as to rotalon, as it is not ad visable that root crops tollow in places where the same description of vege tables has been previously growing. The scarlet intermediate carrot is one of the best to grow for main crop, Seed may be sown in drills about 12 inches apart, and when the seedlings are well through thinning out can be done, leaving about six to eight inches space from plant to plant. Another kind i...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." And where was Id', Hamilton? The Hon. Cis Deverel would have given half his fortune to find out, Captain Val Beresford his favorite horse, Miss Bra-. 'basuo tan years of her life-whick , as she was past sixty, would have left her but a short time to' enjoy her niece's society. Lady Efrida Mountjoy was much shocked; but there is always some con solation in finding that another's loss means our own gain, and she acknow ledged to herself that the girl who had vanished from the scene so sudden ly had been her most dangerous rival. Now there was no one to stand be-. tween her and Cis Deverel, and before the winter came she hoped to go in and win. Miss Brabazon went back to her house in Halkin street more shrivelled than ever in outward appearance, more eantankerous and irritable than ever in temper.. She was a continual blister to Parkinson's mind, and that patient maid, deprived of the only enlivening element in her life, beg...

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DEVELOPING THE DAIRY HEIFER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

DEVELOPING THE-DAIRY HEIFER More and more, tnoughtful dairy men are coming to realise that in ord er to have profitable herds they must raise an ddevelop their own cows. Men who have good cows are not anxious to part with them, and the dairyman who depends upon the Ipurchase of mature cows to keep up his herd is forced to pay someone a inaudsome pro fit for raising them, or else be con tent with the culls of other herds. Even when he pays the high price, he is no, certain that the cows he buys will prove a .profitable investment. HOME REARING It will be found much cheaper and more certain for the average dairy man to raise his own cows than to pay someone a profit for raising ,hem for him. It is a fact that the best pro ducing herds in the country have been bred and raised by the men who own Ihem. The heifer calves raised should be those from the best cows, and at least one-sixth as many heifers should be raised as there are cows in the herd. It is estimated that on an average, one ...

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CHURCH SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

('CI I'RCI ,-KE VIC ':. The sl.ecial ser? ic c rder.id to be used in timle ul. *w1.r will be said at fSt. . John's. Li lyd l,. on • Sund:ay next. "wllhenl a apl:eal will be uade.l on behalf of lthe Patriotic- Fund. The Lilvdale 'Brass 'Baud will play at the Inorniug service. It is ho ped that there will be a la.rge at tenda.?cee of friends and adherents of the church on the. occasion-.

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrosine.") Of all their household tasks, women seem to have the most dread of dish washing. "I do not mind the cook ing," we often hear them say, "but _ simply cannot stand to wash the dishes after I am through eating." Like many other ills Irom which we suffer in this troublesome world of ours, "'tus thinking makes them so." Mr. Dooley would probably tell us that shaLe speare never had to wash the uisues, and anyhow he didn't say that about this particular form of trouble. But tor all that it's the getting at it that is the hardest part. With proper pre paration and plenty of soap and hot water, there is no need of such unholy uread of this familiar duty. In the first place, when you dish the food for the table, fill each pot .and pan half full of hot water and let them stand on the back of the stove or range until you are ready to attend to them. In clearing the table after the meal wipe the plates and platters with a piece of soft paper-old newspaper will...

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BOOKS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

VV lIcnlihr ºn tt-r i5 wianted fIr tilice tic~ip-. Oi thriir ~V:I'ýC to lr~i hhh'd/1htIe- tO SpaiiC C(IIflh hiiiil it", 'I lie ~il\-ct~t.le ljo\ Scotltý, wilt) are asisii~tiiwthelt lied' Criiss Leaguerii xW I collcct parcels' i itcl th a rCcliiIl distlaCCe. in

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

TURF TOPICS (By "~Flemington.") When the new rules of racing were agreed to a couple of years ago it was provided that the stewards had power to disqualify on the ground of inconsistent running. The remedy may seem a drastic one; but probably there are times when it is justified. The rule was for the first time in this State availed of at Bendigo last week, when a winner had the race taken away from him, it being alleged that he had not been ridden to win on the previous day, when he had run out of place in a similar event, starting at a long price. There was a change in the betting, as well as in the horse's form at the second attempt, as he started a strong favorite. As there will probably be an appeal. to the V.R.C., it would not be fair to offer any comment on the Bendigo case, but it will do no harm to dis cuss the rule relied upon in the mat ter. It gives the stewards an im mense power. So long as it is used judiciously, no harm will be done, but it is plain that unless the au...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

J E "LY JNLYR. 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. WUNDELIC MTAL "ILINGS Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends foi 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 designs free. .'. .'.. Thi WUNDERLI C PATENT CEILINt G & ROOFING Co. Ltd 123 Queen Streel, telbounre. roo t6ids For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, " Headache, Indigestion. A " Delightful Family Medicine LILYDALE BUTOHERING CO 3VHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, S. ~-MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primcst Beef, Mutton, Corned _IBef, Pork and Tongues-always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE IILL BACON and CHEESE always on hand. Customers waited upon dail y. ...

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SCRATCHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

SCRATCHINGS. The large 5000 egg incubator made to the order of the South Australian Government, is to be installed at the Parafield Poultry. Station about the end of June. The test recently - has been a severe one, as it was housed in an iroi shed,. where no reliable regu larity of temperature could be guaran teed. Some 400 eggs, which were sent by rail, were tried. Of these, about 50 were infertile, and some were bro ken during the test, whilst the hatch resulted in 220 fine, healthy chickens putting in an appearance, which is considered by the poultry expert to be satisfactory when the "conditions governing the test are taken into ac count. Give your fowls-all the exercise you can. Free range is the best exercise for the breeders. Do not forget to. a;vertise if : you have good stock for sale. This is the time people buy.. Do not forget a little charcoal;: it helps to keep the .birds in good health. When you are buying birds, just 'tell the poultryman the exact birds you require, a...

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THE WAR RED CROSS LEAGUE ACTIVE LRANCH AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

THE ~WAR~ :RED CROSS. LEAGUE AQI `I V,,El \I GNCI .xrL uthLDA SAs biriillA , inetitionec" ii' our list. Ss ,a i'ii"u-g id~ citlii~i'i stc C iiCCC aol' ici sdrw asd., el~d- °ii _t~ie 7-ilý - diatle tl~liellaeini ]Ml l-on 'fint C' ,Aug usi J.3. lire \. I: 'ivuUC eta. vcttC tlo the cliair. i It w _is dceidcd to i iirneitt eV- Ilordking torr .ceni uir' fe-i" tin.exf C itit~ii rU ,* iO Ces, 1n(i to Loini a~ )ia)Cli ,ui tite \Iichane \felIi a. 13 iin iIfl~ijblikYi elect'ed 'I icsidelt. 'Iri, ,inie e- 1 i; 1n t, -M r De chti it Ii -. Euri 1r.n Mid \l~ '1iy 1 ho ?'=ecc'11ry Mliiii I aces fromn outside cu-ft,. i Mhlio i ,iLc unaiible to attelnd wVUrote c1= Illrrssilr~ Their w-iillngnesjs to helpl iii ;uiii(ra anii dU~ oflerinc' the u-3,3 of sCV inn- a~iic knittiiirni ilclli it. 'Phie ]?resident of the 1_ill daiLe h,1iriie ls kindly placedl has riwii a;t i;hc 'Shire JLuildlings at the u Ise of the committee. t iic sew~iigliC 4ý-' in- are hIeld there daily =rom 2 to vl.aho licett is girit. lio...

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THE GARDEN. THINGS TO GROW, AND HOW TO GROW THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

THE -GARDEN. THINGS TO GROW, AND HOW TO GROW THEM. (By "Agricola.") A week ago to-day I spent three of the most interesting and instructive hours I have enjoyed tor a long pe-. r-od. A floricultural authority gave me an opportunity to share, for the evening, the genial company of him self and his charming wife, and to aelve freely into his Lterary treasures. I arrived at 8, and when the clock struck 11 it seemed that only a few minutes had passed since 1 placed my old walking sick in the hallstand. Lik'e all mei who are masters of their subjects, he appeared to derive a real pleasure from 'the fact that he was in a position to augment the var ied fund of information which I am always striving to increase, and no de t-ail- was so small that he would not give it due consideration. He had books here, there, and every where. Most of them had rendered good service; many were publishea away back in the early part of last century, and some there were that money could not buy, not because o...

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Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21st, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 21 August 1914

FYIIDAY, "UG UST 21st. 1911. _ Thursdacy next, ratepayers are re minded is polling day. In tile Lilly daile shire, the hours of polling are frotm 8 n.m. toll 5 p.m., and the polling places are advertised in this issue. The hours or polling for the Upper Yarra Shire are from 8 a.m. tiltyin 5p :in. alko. 31r G. . A 3ulaxwellil i? 1 circtl ý f the electors ait Iealesville oUi 27til inst.. at -o'clock. Vlei have to land It copy of MIes 'rs if. .I. .runnil`g Lt.l's 1911 list of spraJy puUps ,sprayl coIpt uinds. aind othelr orchaird requisite'. 'Thec list? does not contain all the lines ithe lirin catalog ,Iul is a collecti ,n of the best- and most popular n;akes 'It might interest readers lt- know Stha;t same can be obtained post Irce on ampplication. E li view of the watr. the current inuter 1of ".Life,': wihich cot.tl in-s a summary of the 6vents leading up to i t. by Dr 1itchlett.. 'will be of special- interest. I.This and many ar ticles ,stories, etch make the pop plar nmagazine exce...

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