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Evelyn Election. To the Electors of Evelyn. Ladies and Gentlemen. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

Evelyn Electioni; To the Electors of Evelyn. La.dies. a?ld O(ciitlcmcn. As the State "arliautent "shor; ly expires by effliuxion of time, 1: beg to announce that I am a Candi date for the representation of the Evelyi Electoiratc. At the earliest opportunity my views, will be laid before jyou, by means- of public meet ings, etc. My candidature is in the Liberal interest, and. as such I ask y6ur vote and support.-T-Yours-faithfully, JAMES RIOUGET, a ._ iaundin, lMay 11th, 1914.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

OF RURAL INTERE'iT (By "Rusticus.") There is grim irony in the fate that brings the effects of the long-threat ened war upon us simultaneously, with the prospect of the worst season ex perienced for many years. The con tinued drought has assumed a serious aspect over a great portion of the State. Reports indicate poor yields if not absolute failure of crops. And this under conditions that call for the maximum of production to meet de mands rendered abnormal by the Euro pean outbreak. The pig is commanding a lot of at tention of late. Since the advent of the Co-operative Bacon Curing Comn panies, prices have gone up to hither to unheard of prices. A lot 'more attention is consequently given to this class of farm animal, and information concerning the various breeds is wel comed. Mr James Long has much that is interesting to say about the large white pig. in the last issue- of the Victorian "Journal of Agricul ture." He states that it is difficult to believe that the now famous white ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By 'Ambrosine.") Some useful dress hints will per haps be acceptable to readers. Make up your mind first of all to choose one prevailing color for the season, and buy your hats and gowns to correspond. My own experience is that for a smart and all-round use ful color, there is nothing to equal navy blue. Go to a good tailor, and have a perfectly plain, but prefectly cut, navy serge coat and skirt. Never mind if you have to pay rather a high price, as you will find it pays you best in the end. With this, a spotted blue and white foulard shirt. would look nice, made with collar and cuffs to turn back over the coat. Then invest in a couple of really good white blouses-French lingerie or Jap anese silk are the best value-and keep these for best occasions. A smart navy straw hat, with either a pheasant's tail, or, if you prefer it, a navy feather mount, is not a very expensive item, and with good shoes and gloves, you are turned out ready for any occasion. Keep the sa...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADMINISTERING JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

ADMINISTERING JUSTICE. "So no one will confess to having made this caricature on the black board? Very well. Then every one of you shall be whipped." After giving a few blows with the cane to each of the other scholars, the master stopped before the last in the class. "Now, Wilson," said he, "if -you tell me who made that picture I won't whip you." - "You won't ?" "No, I promise you faithfully." "I did itl" replied Wilson. Doctor: "Just place this thermome ter under -your tongue, Mrs. Henpeck, and keep your lips closed tightly." Henpeck (after a few minutes of speeohless delight): "What will you tal? for that mnstrument, doetorP"

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

TURF TOPICS. 1B "Flemington"") be wtzmed the advance . ptoriln contingdnt tor rtOri .eet ntag will leave L fi action next week. It o the Australian Hurdle i~pneta, and the three SPrv. Capinteta is, o1 fi resh ruame over hur hbry/s cielf mission is Sper) "Sbiance he made . 1 ig showing at Fleming t: y axbery Ieas been in mu?ls as a Derby pos there is certainly reason that the Positano colt will , a ing mneetills are through P.. et ing to uphold the ." In|ton held of Inm. ne ws lirsit announcing ;t '1 ta really about to take Support of her allies there Kpa fear that sport even faalla country would have ra for the present. For $n ausement of any kind a ee the war was out of the uat second thoughts seem people that it would . not od purpose for us to go 'i g faces calling upon forces to arise and smash wr Ie will be smashed lgh all in good time, but there does not appear to reason why we should. not arts to go on much as usatrlia is doing her share 1ioUs business now occupying - of the ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

Lilydailc Court Roster foir 1914. 1i i~'º Miig'str:aC - Jaiuar: 2 :. 'l ,O0, Fe 'brhary 27, '1larch 27, April 21, Ma3y 22. Juite 19, July 17, Alig ust 14, September 11, October 9; SNovember G, Deccmber 4. IDr Syine, and' Messrs iFB. ?. Lith gowx and \\ A. Whhrington.-Jan :uiary: 1;,:'1 ebruary, and , Midarch - 13; April 3 aind 17, May 8 andI 29, June: 12 July 3 and 24, August 7. and -28;, September 18; October 2 and 23, Novemberl 18"and 27;: Decem ber 18.' ' Messirs .l. '. ings, J. Rouget, T 1W. .Simpson, -and J. \allace.-Jani S1ary 9 and 23, l elfruary ?, March ,0u aRd 20; Apiri:l 10, ilaIy iand wl: 15, Juii 5 and 26, July 10 anfd 31? i gist 21,- Septcnihecr 4?iand 53- Oct ;ler 1(? -l ' d 0.' No v il her- 0 -' :.em e I1...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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SHIRE COUNCILS MEET [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

Lilydale--Fourtlh Monday in each ionllt. .Secretary and Engineer, Mr Sl amuilton Sinclair, C.E. U'pper Yarra.-First Monday in achl month. Secretary, Mr R. Mor ey; Engizcer, ir -A. K. T. Sambcell. -lthamn.-,'irst Monday ij -cach ruotlih -- Scr-cetafy and .Engii?ner, lr A.. O.-Thomas, C.E. COURTS OF1 IETTY SESSIONS. Ileai'csyi.!c-Every Thursday, at 10 a.m. Siiydale.-, very Fridary, at 9.30 Warburton.---Fvery Saturday, at O.() a.m. Clerk of Courts.--?r T. B. Wade. Police Magistrates.-)r. 1. H. C.ole and 3Mr H. Morrison. District Justices.---F., . Lithgow, :;Coldstreami;- -. 11.. -lentyo, Woga` arkf: auid Dr. -. :-E. Snme, -Lilydale; J. Rtouget, 1Yaidin ; J. Wallace, Seville; 'M. C. ]ridger, Croydoni; C. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis; _Dixon's Creek; W. Prixett and .W. Jolliffile, HIealesville; II. Ewart, Jloddle's .Creek; J. Litlgow and .E. A. Story, Warburton; J. 11I. Tliomlp son, ..A.,- Silvan; . A . Duller, \Vmest 'Warburton; Jas. Hunter, L:e inak; T. W. Simpson \W. A. Wihar ington; A....

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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BARLEY EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

BARLEY EXPERIMENTS. During recent years, experiments were carried out in connection with the Agricultural Institute of Giessen University with the object of ascer taining how and under what condi tions potash and phosphates affect the quality of malting barley. The fol lowing results were obtained: The soi. responded in every cae -to applications of a phosphatic manure; tue use of this manure led also to an increased utilisation of potash and -ni trogen. Where medium and heavy applications of phosphates were made there was a real need for potash. Manuring with potash and phos phates in every case produced an in creased gross yield. Tae protein content was diminished by manuiing with potash and phos phates. " Independently of the yield, the dry matter contained in the grain increased almost regularly with increased appli cations of potash and phosphates. Whether this was due to a higher de gree of maturity, of the better nour ished barley or to a larger deposit of potash and phosphat...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER _(From our-Special Correspondent.) It is not easy to define exactly the attitude of the crowds .who lined the streets when the volunteers -for the hxpeditionary force marched out to camp. There was not the noisy en thusiasm degenerating into something akin to licence that marked the de parture of the contingents for South AfriCa a dozen or so years ago. To the casual observer it seemed that there was a feeling of aloofness and indifference. But that was only the surface show. The comparative sil encdI was significant of feelings of the deeper order that are not readily ex: pressed. There was a strong Heeling of genuine admiration for the thous ands of young Australians who march ed through the streets on the way to fit themselves for service that in all likelihood will call for ability to "quit themselves like men" in every sense. The dominant feature of these splendid fellows was.their youth. Then they were typical Australians. Many were plainly ahleady as fit as a...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHO ARE SCIENTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

WHO ARE SCIENTISTS. "His work is valuable, and generally I correct as far as it goes, but until he has broadened his viewpoint, wise dairymen will regard his efforts out side of his particular laboratory du ties as potentially dangerous," thus says D.S. Burch in the Farm and Fire side in writing of the "dairy scientist." His characterisation of the "dairy scientist" is both grotesque and crude. He commits the error he condemns in others and writes as one with authority He misleads his audience by calling laboratory assistants and analysts sci entists. As a matter of fact, these men, just from college, working for dairy companies, health boards, etc., are no more to be classed as scien tists than are bookkeepers and account ants in our banks and offices tto be called financiers. Brick layers and carpenters might as well be classed as architects. Bookkeepers may become financiers, carpenters may become arch itects, and laboratory assistants may become scientists, but each has a long r...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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[?]ME AND MONEY SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

1 E\YSAVED. t IOc t letter). "My ~taI); ke hausen~heimer y jGoldsk ~do You spell that S .u dtS-c- - Sae dOh J Dear Sir I " egn dr l taro d 'ah sve do.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

Local I 0nforimation 1'JPENNY P'OST'(E?: ' The new "postal: rates. inc-lutling cthe penny .postage on Ictters, came. into force on Mlonday, 3lay 1st. 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: THRIOUGcHOUT :lL: COW.?ON; - WEA-LTIII AND) I 'UA.' . Letters, 1d per Uoz. Letter Cards, single, l4 each. Do. reply, ld each halfr Post Cards,, single, d1 -:e.ei. Do. reply, Id each half.. Printed Papers, 0.'.d per 20z.. ILooks, printed-Outside Australia, 01 per 'oz.; in Australia, 0, d per M1agaziincs-Printcd. in 'Ausltrali;a, 0!.d per Soz.; outside Australia, 0.ii per 4oz. "lMans:ard," 0.'d per 32u. Commcrcial paper.-, pa'terns, s;im ples and mci'eh aidise, d1 per ?2o'. OVYERSEL DOIlNJONS: .Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, .oversea. do minions, British colonics and pro tectorates, except the New Ik)crides, Id per ,oz; SNEW: ZEALAN, A AND TI HE The. ira.tes of New:- Zealand;, i'., and B 1riti]sh fSolomon ' Islands are:-: Letters, Id per -oz.: Post Cairds, siungle,: d. Do. rep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

LILYDOALE- CARRYING BUSINESS A. J, POYNER ,-ICENSED. CARRIERR. ALL TRAINS F?'I': : Orders I'roumptly All? ied l o. - , ' 1'UINRITURE R l1OVED A2 Shortecst Notice. W J, J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and- BUILDER,? CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE:- I'PJCES SUBMIITTE.D- FOR ALL ii\JNDS) OF WORiK.: JO1DING ;WORiK A- SI'ECIALITY.: ALL ORDERS P1'OPTLY.. ATTENDED TO.... .BO LING GII'EEN'T ??'P: tB) 1S WISHIE5S to cqour?y his Thal-ks -o the Lilydalc--'publ~ic for the -godicr ous seppoiurt givcun him du ri t'he past year, which has beca very lib eraf indeed. Also to intimato that ihe h]as purchased a very Fine O ort1Q1ment o.f NOVELTIES. - 'NO VEl;'1iES. ?NOVELTIES. - NOVELTIES.< NOVELTIES. . NOVELTIES;' CONr ECTION E.RY. CONFECTIOERY,:Y .well worthy of insi'cction. The :.VEGE'IABLES and FrRUIT are Good this week ana CilEAP. ,Wishiug all Patrons the Compli -nents of the Season. B -K :R,& PASTRYCo iOK WishL- .. ,iniatc- to tohe lesi dents of LILYDALE and surrdund ing Districts that he is no...

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WARBURTON MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

W1XV:11IJUR N MiIAILS., h;tils -;lose for Mciibcuruc at 3.15 p.m;. ;and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydalc; .15- p.m. 'daily. leceived from Melbourne and-Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. daily. r\lails close for MtaI'alhon's Creek -and Wa;shl's" Creek at 11.15 a.m. on l\oudays, .Wcdncsdays and Fridays

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

LILYD.\11 - POSE' OFFILC Suails close as I.elow: lelbouirne. 7.20 '.i.n1 -20 ti., u p.in.' daily. Mouney 'uidcrs=9 till I. M.Iooroolbarii .ili?vood; 720 a im.. daily. Croydon; 8S . . duily. .-Iealesvjlle, . r1 -,1. Glen,- Cohld stream, 8.30 a...:. daily.:: :' arburtinn, " a J.unc.tiun Laun-: ching Place, W'-ri ,'Yaltde :\Wan-u diin Yallock, Wa\ lin :ortli, `Svillec 8.30 a.m. daily. .-. S i T dhe box at the Ri?lwiay Staioi is c leared daily. pr,,vious; to trains? leaving for.: MIelbourne .:- Late :fee cl iaraed:. Clearances r for local deliery mad;: att720 a.ui daily. Moncy Order Ojfice closes cI as 12 noon0 on Saturdays.Every othe llday .,openi froinl -9 n.m. in P.1n tt ' Jl s.osL.Taiis ad l. iegcistrcil 1Ja:ils close ý." II1 a.m. an?l .C p:m.

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MULLUM ROAD, RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

MULiUM IAD RINGWOOD, - ,\\'iilstbdeIngli w;ith goneiral bugi ness at tlh Lilylitale shire. c?uncil mcotinig on Xloud.iy, Cr l'Alpin rImdo enquiries iln igard to ?Mutl luin Rloaii, liungwood. ' ].t Was expla:ined that the 'Co vrinmcilt lhad promisedt aln addi - tonail- grant of L50. brilngin their contribution up to ;L250: the ratcpay era interested to lind LIO0.' the cotuPr cil' t texpcl.t L800 olt. Ithe ork. Ilhe ratcpayers had agredcc to pay a. special rIatc o ?1fOln 1o lto 30s ji;r acre for the ork.,l anld two landhol dors hadI promised Lt10 in ca:sh to make up the L?00 required, The l.esideut- siidt ho considcrcd the scheme a good -one, ann one tIiat wofild paiv the counc-it' aud .also the r yt-opaIers. O' .Ilair .: ill L.U80 pay ifr tlhe whole job. The President :INot for metalling tlhrougiiout, .but it 3will make a very. good job. it was decided on the motion of Or Ilughes -(for Cr -i'Al pimn) that ()la d be prepared for the .Work, and lhat; the road be proclaimed puib lie hig...

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FOOTBALL. YARRA VALLEY ASSOCIATION. CHALLENGE MATCH. HEALESVILLE v. MILLGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

FOOTBALL. YARRA VALL'EY ASSOCIATION: i: "-;OC-IALLE\NGE ~-AJT'OHI"f 2,p e 1 LLfESYrILT:l v A\IJLLGROVE. . F-i th: - "r: Z ft - iI- 1 mat, thlie gaieie between 3Iillgrov e .anud fea ,le?villoe oil Saturday at Lily dale 'cas t very ,disaippointiiig, ,as the football on both sides?.was a de&a below the standard scInI dcurinog the year. 'The groicnd t:as iii tip-top . order, the vea,.their liied and birlght, a:nd a, re cord crowd cwas- present. over £10 being takenan;t: the gate.'- 'The game was "exciting,. the .scores .indicatiiwr this,1 but the exhibition of footlall: ~\as very poor,. At the finishi the goa.l-u mpires' c:irds showed tihat 1I ,J-ealesville team chad t~he n' arrow margiinof f one point in -their fu o:. It is to be regretted t.hit bad fcelin,'g :vas shown enly c ini.thegame :wheli ttwo phtyers calml to blows. AllItlhirc;hii tlie play'was Ilrbul. andal ol '". crowded and ,crainbling" n-, Ltu:e. Ihle lph'c.y.: through over cx cilcicte . were. with a, few "excep tio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

marudic 1~ouitcd iiltiiKi -B 4 ]ipn, T6 Ins i"gs'rent slllrprisc l · P ra`lps she'd hi-icd- of him band Ge rtiel $avippIntglacsonmo eyes Pitt, I lie thin tat di'id uipseLt 1w'r Mauio b`cri olirn m ad doni. \V:is tin relh M (klellar *forget' 'e ;'b W ~oc1~ C reat rcprmnilt U9 \VATOII T7llS'SPACE OR NOTICES CONCERNING THE LILYDALSA SOCIZAL AND LITERARY CLU3, A LTECTUR:Ei ''I.TI on Mfusic wi.? be delivered byi 1 N. DBennier o. TIucsday, 25Lth nst, at 8.15 . in.. Members desiring use of Club rooms during the day limc' may ob Lain key from Mir 11 . ]. Thomas, Bowling Grece Tea Roo..us . Billiard Toyl:alrirei,t, .DP Syme's tro piy--Entries will be received'until 22nd inst. Efitry is Gd.. Game, 250. 'T \r. SIMl'SON, Sec. , J. _ i. WATT, Pl'res. · •· .. ? .-. . ? ? A. GROCER'S RECOMMENDATION. '"For tie pa't tvwenty years,'! wri tis M? R. Haruison, grocer, Parra matta rd. and Catherine st., Leich hardt, N.S.W; "I have been a suf fezer from dioiirhoean and although' I have tried various ,pres...

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Cricket Presentations [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

Crlickt Presentations The Caumerati.Trophy Cricket Com-r petition held a euchre party oh Fri day nigh't last in the Victoria Hall, Yarra Glen, when the trophies won in the last County match were presented by Cr C. H, Bath, who was the donor. Cr;Bath said that it gave him much pleasure in presentiqg the trophies, and he hoped that in future there would be.more interest in these matches than there had been last year. He was very sorry to say that the Healesville Cricket Club, who were winners of the Caineron Trophy, were not rep resented, but, he said, something miust have happened to prevent them from. being present that evening. Mr McLeod, president of the Asso ciation, who is at South Melbourne. was also not present, but the secre tary recei ed a wire for his absence. His trophly was won by Mr J,. Mur phy (Kinglakle).' Mr Hubbard re ceived a gold medal, Mr L; Bassett a cruet, an :Mr E. Cary' a gold brooch, all Iren by. Cr C. H. Bath. The players received their trophies with. cheers...

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HEALESVILLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 28 August 1914

IHEALESVILLE NEWS, Members of the British Party for the Advancement of Science visited lthe Marysville district on Saturday last. On arrival at Healesville they were entertained by the Shire Presi dent at Daly's Hotel. Cr Crooke was unable to be present personally, so Cr"Sheehan welcomed the visitors 3n his behalf. Appreciation was ex pressed by the visiting Members at the hospitality extended to them, which was an acceptable break in :heir journey from the city to Marys ville. From Healesville they jour Seyed over the Spur in drags, and ar rived safely at 'their destination in the afternoon. They visited many beauty spots in the" locality, and ex pressed: themselves' delighted with the picturesque scenery, Rev Tregear delivered an interest ing lecture on 'Friday night on his travels abroad in connection with the %eries of Free Winter Lectur.s, The hall wvas well filled, and the audience was charmedr . with the speaker's pleasing personality and the interest ing manner in which he r...

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