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HOW TO OBTAIN GOOD CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

HOW TO OBTAIN GOOD CROPS. An average crop of hay extracts from the soil about 501b. of nitrogen, ail equal quantity of potash, and 131b. of phosphoric acid. A question often asked is: Should a dressing of nitrogen be applied to the land? As a rule, probably not, or to quiTe a limited ex tent. The clover which grows in the field and the bacteria which are active in meadow .afilnd may be trusted to col lect suffioient nitrogen out of the air to nourish not only the clover but the grasses. This is assuming that the meadow contains a fair proportion of clover; when such is not the case and there is little clover, then a dressing of nitrogen is advisable and very advan tageous. The two other plant foods, potash and phosphoric acid, should be liberally applied to meadows, especially if the field is poor in plant food. Kainit" is a good form of potash, except in very heavy lands, and then sulphate of pot-. ash should be used. To obtain the best crops the land should be well fid with potash...

CIRCUMVENTING A FADDIST. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

CIRCUMVENTING A FADDIST. In "Fancies, Fashions and Fads," nlr Ralph Nevill, son of the late Lady Dorothy Nevill, writes: - "This is the golden ago of the fad. Never before in the world's history has this particular form of egotism had suhob chances of flourishing." He tells an amusing story at the expense .of the faddists. When at luncheon with a friend he observed "that he touched no meat, but ate only. strange vegetarian dishes, which had evidently been pre pared for his special consumption. Later on I enquired of his wife if this new diet agreed with her husband." "It didn't at first,' she replied, 'but it does now , " 'From h+s looks he certainly seems Co thrive on it. He never looked more robust in his life.' " 'I take eare of that,' she went on, 'though I hope he won't find it out. No man partakes of a more carnivorous diet than he. Everyone of those vege table courses you saw to-day was full of the strongest meat-juice, which by my orders, is put into everything serv ed to hi...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

Practical Boot and Shoe Maker YARRA JUNCTION. "Repairs exocuted with neatness and despatch. All work done on prom ises at lowest prices compatible with, good material and workmanship. 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-. S . ative charm, and inexpensive, can be Swashed down and do not collect dust and vermin. Catalogs and lesigns * ..- · -. free. . .. .". the WUNDE1LICE PATENT CEILING & OOFING Co.. Ltd 123 Queen Streec, Melborn?e. , ootoids For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigetion. A Delightful Family Medicine LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, J-IAIN STREET, LILYDALE -Primest Beef, .11utton,; Cortied Beef, Pork and. Tongues always "obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Smiall Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always on lhahd. Customers waited upon -dail y:alid orders :?romptly atten...

CLASS E.—BREAD & PASTRY. Non-professionals only. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

CLAS S E.-?READ & PASTRY. Non-profes ionals o:ly. Collection of home made pastry Miss Cora 3Macintyre 1. Victoria S-all wich--1iss I. Boston 1. IIome made Discuits--Miss C. lMacintvre. Plain Cake-Mrs Watt. Firuit Clikc--Mrs Watt.-l'lain scones--Mrs I-. lBrice. CLASS ~ .- Fancy and Art -

JAMS AND JELLIES. Judge—Mr J. Rouget. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

JAMIS AND JELLIES. Judge-Mr J. Rouget. Citrus Ma71maladc.-Mrs Gaudion I Tomato Sauce-Mrs- H. Bricel 3liss Ethel Brice 2. Three distinct var ietics of Jams--Mrs Gaudion 1. Apri cot Jam-Mrs R. Blairl Mrs Gau dion 2. Light Plum Jam--Mrs Gau dionl Mrs W. Rae. Dark Plum Jam -Mrs Gaudion 1 Mrs McAllister 2. Strawberry Jam-Mrs Gaudion 1 Mrs McAllister 2. Raspberry Jam--Mrs Blair 1 Mrs Gaudion 2. Melon Jamn -Mrs Gaudion 1 Mrs McAllister2. 1Jollection of Jcllies-Mrs Gaudion 1 Quince Jelly-Mrs Gaudion 1 Mrs W. Rae 2.. Red Currant Jelly-MTrs Gaudion 1. Apple Jelly--Mrs W. RaTe 1 Mrs-R. Blair 2.

CLASS G.—SCHOOL WORK. Judge.—Inspector Ware. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

CLASS G.-SCHOOL WORK. S:Judge.-Inspector Ware. Exercise Book, 7th and 8th grades -Irene; Ivev 1 Kathleen Lindsay 2. Exercise. Book, 5th Grade-Willie Dixon, 2nd prize only. TWo pages plain writing, .4th grade Bessie Crim rmins 1. Two pages plain writing, .5th grade -Leslie Barton 1 Marie Rigaldi 2. Two 'Pages plain_ writing -Olive Brand 1 Ethel Barber 2. Drawing of Gum leaf spray, 4 leav es. Good page of work, under 15. -Stella W hisson 1. School Copy Book, 4th grade.--Mona Goodall 1I Darned Socks, girl under 15yrs. Marie Rigaldi, 2nd prize only. Pair Knitted Socks by girl under. 15 yrs. -Cathie Eales. Cotton Clover: for Cushion J, Eales; 2nd prize only;"

NEEDLEWORK. Judge:—Miss Unswort. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

NEEDLEWfORIK. Judgc:- Jis.s Unswo . t'.. Tea Cosy, any material-- iss` E. Clements 1 Mrs R .Blair 2. Two Crochet -D'oylcys-M-rs .A. Graham 1 Miss C- Macintvre 2. Two D'oyleys, other, than crochet-- iss R. Clem ents 1. Anly fancy article, worked ii colors-hiss. E. Clements 1. Best exhibit Mt. 3[ellidck-- is .T. T. Phil lips -1. -Tray Cloth, with crochet corners and border--_rs A. Grahani 1. Best exhibit Ivory Canvas work- Miss J. McMicheal 1. Muslin frock for child-Mrs Macalister 1.

CLASS J.—POULTRY. Judge.—Mr Hayward Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

CLASS J.-POULTRY. t Judge.--Mr Hayward, Clarke. E Government Gold medals were C ,?warded in.. each of the followjil I sections :--_lediterilane variet i'. best bird, any age or .sex.-J. E. Brown 1. Other varieties. best hird any, age' or sex (hiintams exc'bdl I) -Milano Poultry farm. Duch 'r Drake (ov\er 5lbs live weight) any age J. Symonds 1; Best Pair ,it Birds (fowls), pure bhrd or cro, adapted for export.-Rceilly and 111l Plymouth Rocks. Any color cock or cockerel.-Z,!, I Jansen 1. Any color hen or lmlI, t - Zoal Janson :1. and 2. . Orpingtons. JBlack single or rose-combed cock I --W. B. Poole 1 . 1 . IH. Clark.' , I Blacksinigly oi' rose-combie:l cocker.i ' -G.: D. WiTls0o 1 and 2;'Black sin gle 0or rose-combed Ihen.--('. If. Clarke 1 :\V. B. Poole 2. Buff sin gle or rose-comber cock.-Reilly and Hill 1 2Iilona Poultry Farm 2. lill' sirigle or rose-combed. cockerel.- 3lilonio Poultry Farm 1 Reilly aivi Hill 2. Buff single or rose-comblnI hen-Reilly and HI-ill 1 Milano P'oa try F...

CLASS I.—FARM PRODUCE. Judge.—Mr M. Crinnion. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

CLASS I.-FA?.I PRODUCE. Judge.-M- r M. Crinnion. Sheaf Lucerne (green)--lr T. E. Harrison 1. Sheaf of Lucerne HIay -Mr T. E. Harrison 1. Green. Maize -A. Dair 1 R. Blair 2. White lien Eggs--Millano Poultry Farm. Brown Hen Eggs-Rosic Brice 1. HIome made Butter--1rs H. Brice. ChCeese -Lilvdale Butchering Co. 1 Bag ('haff-Thos. Sebire 1 RB. Blair 2. : Sheaves of IIay-R. Blair 1 A. 1)air 2. Bushel Oats-A: .Dair 1 and certificate. Bag of Ensilagc.--M. l)ug <ran 1 R. Blair 2. .

Consulting or Shire Engineer THE QUESTION DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

Consulting or Shire Engineer THE QUESTION DISCUSSED. At Monday's -council meeting Cr f Sheehan said that Mr Anderson had stated in the earlier part of the meet ing that he was consulting engineer to the Shire. This was not correct, as he was engineer-he was satisfied there was no doubt in the matter. Mr Anderson was paid a salary to do all the ordinary work in connection with the Shire. The President : What's the differ tence in the name as long as he does he duties ? Cr Sheehan said that was the point. He asked the engineer why the Country Roads Board called for tenders themselves for the Lilydale work,.instead of leaving it to the council, as was the case with Heales ville, and he replied that the engineer had no time as he was secretary and engineer combined, tand why the work was'given to him (Mr Ander son) was because he was only con sutina engineer. He had also stated that the reason why he did not do the work in connection with the septic tank was because of the Country Ra l~...

Country Roads Board Work ANOTHER BIG CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

Country Roads Board Workl ANOTHER-BIG -CONTRACT. That the? i Healesville Shire is onre of the first in which the-newly constituted Country Roads Board the members' of. which are tarrying oit 'their arduous - wotk both thoroughly- and- effectively-have commenced -.operations, is- iidead flattering to the district, and ap parently the through road from Hea lesville. to Alexandra is :the one chosen for the earliest completion. Plans and sp'ecifications. were be fore the Shire council at Monday's meeti~g for the forming and metalling of portion of the main Healesville Alexandra main road, 'froni about 4 miles'past Narbethong to .the Shire. boundary at Buxton.-. -The.road.is. to be widened to 15 feet, -and, amongst -other elaborate conditions, masonary. culverts (of. which there are riany -on the road) are-provided for. The- work is to be let in-either one, two or three sections, and -according to the _first- contract let, competition should be very. keen. The Engineer stated that this r...

STEEL'S CREEK BUSH FIRES [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 March 1914

STEEL'S CREEK BUSH FIRES aOn Friday last a fire swept down from Kinglake which had been burn ing for three or four days, aad a strong north-east wind was blowing. About ten _'clock all hands were called out and met the fire up the top end of the Creek where many houses were in danger. After fighting it hard and saving the homesteads, the fire swept down the Creek, and a message was sent to Yarra Glen for help, but owing to the big fire a; Christmas Fills, only Constable M'Leod and ir W. Clements came up and they worked very hard. Messrs W. and C. Ellis, G. Lorimer and Feilding, from Dixon's Creek, gave every assistance, and after a hard fight the flames were kept in check till the wind changed. cu~srs E. Hubbard, E. C. Morris, P. A. Downer, J. Hunt,, Cothieson and Patrick were the heaviest losers in fencing, while others suffered with the loss of grass. It is 16 years since the big fire, and this one looked quite Bs large, though everyone worked • ard and"kept it in check.

Children's Bazaar at Cru[?] IN AID OF THE MELBOURNE [?] PITAL FOR SICK CHILD[?] [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 March 1914

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Lilydale Railway Station. ORIGINAL PLAN OF IMPROVEMENT ALTERED. PATCH-UP PROPOSED. PUBLIC PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 March 1914

Lilydale Railway Station, ORICliNAL PLAN OF. 1l L'IUV1", W ENT. AbLTEI EI). PATCII-UP I'ROI'IOS}jl. of PUBLIC PROTE'sT. es ver "IS At the annual nimeting of the Lilclkle Progress Association ol? Monday eveniig, the subject of thl Lilydale Railway Station was b1ro. et- ght forward.. - r A. Stallworthy. said he had been told *oii good authority thd the plans for improvement, Il:id l,,,en oi .altered, and it was intended now of simply to xpatch up the old station at. llUillgs. A move should be nlide ?- Inthe nlatter, and there was a lie chance of the original plans being aladhered to. Tihe town :and dis trict ,was advancing anid a nlew sta tiLion was required. lie thought a t- deputation should.be uarlangcJ, w\itlh v chie shire council, to wait on the ts Commissioners and urge that the or iginal plans be adhered to. iThe Plresident (Mr Fuller) secoundl ed, and added that he had been iln r formed that thile .expenditure w\\a t p t be ruduced by £la00 from what was intended. ;:9000 had b...

EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 March 1914

EVELYN. From Our Own Correspondent, 1 A. cricket club for Evelyn has be. I omule an accomplished fact, tha:nks o the energy of 3Mr H. Sinclair. of hle railway station staff. A good nembersnhip roll was promised at ti he inaugral meeting, and M3r Sin laLir was appointed secretary pr t0 "At the next session of the P'ro gress Association it is intended to, oi propose holding a sports meeting at, Evelyn somewhere about Easter. fri. A meeting of parents and guard r ians of children attending the State ;chool was held on Tuesday .anmid ahe following were selected for nioii ination to the Governor-ine Couneil is -members of the school conlj.i tee:-Mrs .S Clifford end A1essrs I. Alexandeir, rWm. Buchanan, S. iDuu stoine, D.] . l.. Evans, C. O'Conr( and.F:ergus Scott. - i:Building operations have been coiu menced' on the Evelyn Township t1 Estate. A reireshment room o mut au il an'd office are being built at the 11 orner of j'ork Road and S.;i,,,it A:venue. Ir LGeo. Smith i1,orrisol.i s putt...

Lilydale Express [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 March 1914

-- _ 4a- We regret that a f iullreport a- the W alndin Slow, held on Wedný s. day has unlavoidably to be held of ,l till next issue. The ffilction 11 s. very. successful, uind- the class d. exhibits high all round. T. I he following complinienta.ry h rer was received from'31r :31. Cri st ion, judge in the Farum l'rodu p- ulass at the recent Lilydalc Shl .d -Dear Sir-Allow me to thank .ve id kindly for sending ::m -a copy .- iour paper. I can assIure ou Itli in all. my travels in the old cou - cry, I will always think "of tl pleasant ' day I had at =your sliho * and the way I wvas trcated. Yt nmnay rest assured thliat if the so e-ty wants my services- on any fu are occasion, I shall be niost haip: co act. Kindly give my best respecl So 31r D)eschamp adiid his able a; sistants-Yours, etc., l;. Crinnuuio * * To keep abreast-.of the times, 11 .. :A. Duncan, proprietor of tht ililydale Hotel, has purchised motor car, which, as advertised i this issue, is for hire at all liour, Messrs Cog...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 March 1914

rel iminary Announcement : Weekly Market for S Ringwood. D. M'LELLND - I: B -BEGS to announce that he-is :. a .j kig arrangemehts -for hold Sing a: Weekly- Market at Ring w': ood, on. ground opposite the Railway Statiori: EVERY :MON -: DAY.- Sales will be c6hndicted of :Cattle; :Hoises, PPigs :Fowls;,Fur niture etc..- - Lo6ki ut for further an ounce : ents. LTo Oiur Subscribers. , SUBSCRIBERS -,are .reminded. that their payments- are now clue, and are S;resipetfully - requestedi; to .: foi..rd:, same to this .office. Annual- Sub scriptions for papers pcsted :fr.-or office must, be Paid -bufore?Mt? S 31st (Gs.);G after which. all r -upid S subscriptions will ibe cliarged .tie overdue i.t. of .2s peC I! er. The English, Scottish and Australian Bank LIMI i ED. A BRANCH of this BANK is now - OPEN DAILY at RINGWOQD, with an AGENCY atf CROY-, - DON, Open TUESDAYS and - .FRIDAYS, 10 till 12 . .When EVERY KIND of BANK ING BUSINESS may be .transacted. - - - P. T. YOUNG;.: ------------1Mana g...

HONESTLY RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 March 1914

HIIONESTLY RECOMMENDED. "To :anyone suffering from dlorr heoa I- can. honestly. recommprnd Chamberlain's Colic .ad piorr.hoa Remedy As. b1iucng th mo s atisac: tory. remedy on thp market," wtictes Mt O. . Iloope}, WaIke eld, .Z . " have tried all sprts of mpdclines, but j.ay e founi. .ot.hing equal. tq Champerlain'. Colic and DIorrlhoea RemedyYi' Sqb4 ky J: 1httchinson, Lilydale; J, R. Murray, Seville; Scott and Al len, Yarra Glenou J. Buchanan, Yarra JuuctioU. I

NEW WIRELESS WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 March 1914

NEW WIRELESS WONDERS. The "wireless compass" or direct-iioa lindei, marks allmost as great a' step forward, in thie n?ew era. of navigation as teo' discovdry, of thb ordinary conl pass did in the old. Alinofficial at Marconi House statcd . recently -that 'there were tWo ways in which the' new invention would be of. great- use. Sup-. posing that a- cargo ship had, broken down and was adrift in mid-ocean. It, owing to cloudy or foggy. weatheSr, sun, uloon, and. stars had not been visible .foer two or, three days, the captain would .not-know exactly where he was. - o could not tell by wireless to any woukl-be rescaer 'precisely in whioli direction to steam. - But it ai' ship littedl with a direction finder came along then she would :bo able to find 6'ut where tha' vessel in" distress was in relation to- herself, and so be able to race to the rescue, so long as she re-. ceied signals. Tl'lie scoold principal use for the finder was thataof discover: ing a ship's position with-regard to'a...

POLICE COURT. February 23rd.—Before Mr J. Lithgow,-J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 13 March 1914

POLICE COLU'T. . February 23rd.--Before Mir J. Lith -gow,- J.P. Allaun olling~worth1.;was cliarged by Constable "idd -'ith -being druuk aid disorderley i-i- aipublic place at . TVarburtoltl.o tthe 21st.. He plea ded guilty, and .w as Tlined os. Wm. Smith, for a£ siuilnar, offence Thllomas -. Sml'I.(: -0 b ean; Hr" - , and disorderley at =W arburton on 28th ?ebruary .was lined 10s. Offensive behavior, and drunk and disorderley- were the charges prefer red against Joseph Leo SnuitGh. tTe was lined ?Os on the first charge, and 5s on the .Jseond, S?'turday, .7th March. JBefore Mr V, Tarmer, P. l W. Culilng and Arthur. iromby for neglectilng to send their chil dren to school werc each lined es, Playing an :Unlawful Game. Constable Fowler charagy Isaac Rosen and Saminel Crucher and \W, mrunniiig, "all of Carlton, withl hav ing phaved an unolawful ganme on Sunday." nlt . February, at - Warbur ton. and were thcreby deomed to be rogues and vagabonds. -, iEvidence. was .given by Constable Fow...

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