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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. The new postal rates, inclucdinr the pe.ny: postage n, letters, cam into' force on Monday, May 1st 1911. The reduced rates are as fol. I-ow - 11THROUGHIOUTI TIE "COMMON. \WEALTIHI AND PAP UA. Lettcrs, id per z0. Lcttero Cards, .single, 1? 1 each.i. Do. reply, :-e:ich hilf: Post .Cads, sin?le,.:d 8each. Do reiply, :ld eacli h'ilf.?. _ ?intced Pipers, o-:d pefr -2oz. ':dobks, riunted-Outside Auis tralih 0 : pei4?'. ir;l Australia, O d pe 1ly?dziic? -1 iiiled- ?iii A 2ustralia. 0'dl pcr Soz. outside Au stralin 0 per Io . ii"Hinsaid,'" -O- per 12 :..z Co'nu o1:. -ial. I-eri, ti ;' ortn?-, nSa? l ples and mferchaidie Id,' peri 2o O VE I , E. DOMrlNON S. Letters 'fry:." t. -' Hi t unziiwea.lt. to the- ITTiiecdi{ thi(igditi,; oversea dr. minions :Britisli co?nifies and pro tectorate., exceptp the N .wI fIebride. id per loz _ `NE\V' ZE. LI )ID AND: ITE Illtet?'-.d- of\ e '/i.- "' . L riliýh Solomon t. 1ands a: Do. reply, Id each halft. - Letter Cards; hsin~l...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

3' -EJLY 3TNR R --Practical Boot and Shoe Maker" " YARRA JUNCTION. .Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. All work done on- prom ises at lowest prices compatible with good matcrial and workmlanship. Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made, friends fot :them .throughout the Commonwealth. "They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor ative charm, ,and inexpensive, calt bei :. washed doivn and do not collect dust and ver-min... Cataldgs and . lesigfis S . "free. . .' ? .. the WU1NRIC t EPATENT QE.ILIG BO.& .OFIG Ce. Ltd 198 Cuicen Streec, Melboztze, a For Consctipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, --' Headache, Indigesiion. A Deightfu Family Med ine LILYIDALE BUTCHERING CO 3 -?WHOLESALE AND' .RETAIL BUTCIIERS, S" -' . MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primcst Bcef, NI tton, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Cjoods a Speciality. CAVE 11ILf BACON and CHEESE always On hand. Customers waited upon daily...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUCKERS. DURING THEIR FIRST EIGHT WEEKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

SUCKERS. DURING THEIR FIRST EIGHT WEEKS. In the lecture on pig-feeding, the South Australian Government expert said that wheaten straw was the best to use for, bedding. The little pigs until about three weeks old did little else but sleep and drink. They should not be allowed to roam at large with the mother. When it was noticed that they had a disposition to do so it was time to give them a little drink on their own, for much depecided on get ting them to drink early. Milk that had' had the chill, taken offt should be supplied in a shallow, clean tin trough, where the sow could.not. gain access to it. Care should be taken to see that the suckers did not gorge themselves, or bowel trouble would occur. If anything were mixed; with the milk, say, at, four week6, a little bar eIy meal, but not bran, "ivas recom mended.. As they grew the pigs might have a little scalded pollard added. This prepared them for' the' critical period of weaning, which. should take place at about eight'weeks ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Special Correspondent.) The camp at Broadmeadows is the centre of interest. And it is worthily so. It is a model of effectiveness, all the more creditable for having been brought into being in the little time that intervened between the acceptance of Australia's Expeditionary Force and the commencement of the training. But the soldiers themselves are more re markable than the quickly-prepared camp they occupy. There is infinite variety among them, but the dominant note is efficiency. Many have seen ser vice. One officer who questioned some 800 men in the course of a morning parade, found almost almost all had had military training, and not a few had been in the thick of some fight. Quite a number of the volunteers are Britishers who recently arrived as im migrants, and who are anxious to get back to respond to the "call of the blood" that is becoming insJistent in the old land. -Admiration is ,com pelled by the splend'd material, the force compriscs. Ther...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAD FATALITY CHILD KILLED AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

SAD FATALITY C]II1LI) Ki.LLE' AT LI1LYDA. L. ._It Joint Alex uuier, 1\;\ce ev- ag d i year an S mfonthls sonl of al W\il lhtun Kc 1cy who residies ait tile R- Ir servoir wor is. dear-Lily-dalc' et "e ha is dethi with painful sutlnueltti~m " (il Nltnirdai Ia.st. \1)t11 .0 p in C thet litho felow iAt wi.ii 1Wt~ie uu)iii-. a ioll'. w.1, playing at thle Mack1 - thle clii i'Ircn rait ilitý leaving yon ilili , iv follou. (hit ,i o Itih bors o I.esllt \I1attson aged 111, was cal'I iiv lii I ftie aind -at th lit le ~it iiti'ý -sitp. (b iii' toui ij"l- Iii.:l ito stic1 the little bki Ieclev trit) pinnedi diinl s t i lie th It iIInInii c r wliioiighe \\'itd tia. c i l.aid. ' iiie Il;:irried OCFOS$. and l xnccceclcdl iu~ ct- k trlicatinv the L ttic fe~llow, who w1, as tt \iaittsu I tu l l thiih rus ed ai iii his [allot thiat the little hoei Ixce lev liai- hceii kiii1.okcd tin id n li tilt lit'ou.'li aniid iiald grolnl to slccp, t vlihi - picked ii, bit tie little. chipi Wlhorl. wiio pioicun~ce...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE ENERGETIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

TO THE ENERGETIC. The Sphinx asked what is-the secret of success? Push, said the button. Take pains, said the ~vinddw. Never be led, paid the pencil. Be up-to-date, said the calendar. Always keep cool, said the ice. Do business on the tick, said the clock. Neyer lose your head,ýsaid the bar rel. Do a driving business, said the ham mer. SMake much of small things, said the microscope. Never do anything off-hand, said the glove. Spend much time in reflection, said the mirror. Never take sides, but be round when you're wanted, said the bell. Be sharp in all dealings, said the knife. Find a good thing and stick to it, said the glue.. Trust to your stars for success, said the night. Strive to make a good impression, said the seal. Turn all things to your advantage, said the lathe. Make the most of your good points, said the compass. '

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

Woods' Groa rPeppermintu are;,1/G For Coughs aud Colds; never fails; Notice.Paragriplhs s as h derise monts ca nnotfie inscried ounles p id for in Jhe itusua1 wi)y `: \hi:itde poniled mneiic it." 'Bctic, j ini 1'Pi-'ot 1111111 e: IP'ps s1~h1'd he1rd. oif:him acid Gesitic "Bnt: tie hlie ii tha-it did up11scet' hick. Baide liei ~-1iuy 'adt dour," XZi~s ts ixnt Pci~t had daird luir et her" '\\oodls' C_-.cie'itI pi 0nmh, °Cure PUBLIC NOTICES, .' Colonial Bank of Australasia rLIMITED. Autlhorisedi -Capital £-737;931 10 :0 Uncalled-_Ca pital '£ 193,195 0f `0: Paid-up : CpitiF?Y£439,280 10' 0 Reseive --?und, £21, 000?0' 0 0 a. ]3RA\CH :of:tlis :BAN :is OPENt' ;-DAILY at LITLYDALE. And= AGENdCilE aie OPEN for GenA eral.Banking 1 usinessi aIsi follovs: YARRA AGLEN . Tuesdays, 10 to 1. WAR1SURTON, 1W'ednesdays, 12..to 3. REALESVILLE, Tuesdaiys 2.30-4&30 : Thursdays, 10.30 to ~ [NTE}REST. ALLOTWED.on FIXED ,D.: EPOSI'IS as follos-. 3" imlouhohs;- , : ccit. pi" atuii uin. 12 iiouths, U-...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHARACTER AND HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

CHARACTER AND HAIR. It has been said that the finer the hair the gentler the birth, and it is certainly true that those who are born in the purple are often remarkable for the soft, silky texture of the hair. Lustreless black hair is said to de note a jealous, treacherous tempera ment in nine cases out of ten, and it is a curious fact, which cannot be re futed, that the lighter the colour the more sensitive is the owner to criti cism and the more quick to feel a real or fancied injury. The possessor of brown hair of a good depth of color and firm texture is usually disting uished for a good judgnient, a hign degree of reasoning power, and plenty of commonsense; while red-haired wo men, although often impulsive and quick-spoken, are strictly honest and truthful, show a fair amount of com mon-sense, and as a rule, are bright, sunny, and gentle. Broken or split hair is said to betoken a badly-bal anced mind, the owner finding ditn culty in forming a right' judgment, and when seen in ex...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALESVILLE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

EALEBSVILLE NEWS Mr Tevlin, at the election meeting on Wednesday, mentionedI the matter 'f affixing meters to ?sptic tanks, Recently such had been ordered to be done, but a great injustice had been inflicted. on owners of tanks, as, in .tead of placing meters for the septic tank supply only, they had been affi xed so that the whole supply was registered, which fell very expensive )n the property owners; -Instead of disccuraging the ifistallation.of septic -ranks, he thought the council should encourage the practice, as it iwas in' the best interests of the healh con0 litions of Healesville as a tourist? re sort, c." .IIr Robarts was' of the same opinm ion; and thought itr unfair that pro petty owners slitould be penalized for ýudea- iouring to improve the sahitary, )o0ditions of their premises 1by the :nstructionr of septic tanks:?. At the.election meetingi;n W\ed nesday the :question of erecting new couincil -chambers wvas: an important 'lubjjct referred to by. the canididates Mr T...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MODERN TORTURE—MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

A MODERN TORTURE--MUSIC. I live in a flat, on the second storey of a large building in E- , and above and below and beside me every neigh bour seems to own a piano or a har monium, violin, or gramophone. The small room which has been al lotted to me for work-quiet, think ing work-is directly below one in which a piano and a child have pain ful struggles daily. There is a simple little tune in "Hamilton's Instruction Book," called "Lilian's a lady." It is perfectly harmless; a genteel little air - quite tuneful, but to me, alas, Lilian is all that is unladylike and intolerable, and .he is responsible for the state of frenzy to which I am now reduced. Just imagine a simple little turi, with a "one, two, three" bass causing so much misery! But what about the performer of this "lady" piece? Carl it be a harmless, innocent little child? If a child, how unchildlike in its per- sistency-the same tune over and over 'again for three-quarters of an hour by my watch I Now fast, with wrong bars...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Local Printer [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

T he -Local: Printer . . : The folowving is? reprinted from :;the lastissue of thedHealesvill -' Guardiain' There has recently sprurng into existence' a Chum Creek Progress kssociation-a body ?that is concerned -about the district's interests, believes' in supporting local industry, and yet goes to Melbourne (or somewhere else) to have their printing executed ! Local public bodies and-business men have at various times been laudatory in their praise of the execution of the work of our job printing department, which is as up-to-date as most of our country.contemporaries in the State, and'our prices are reasonable. Orders entrusted to the care of this depart ment have our best attention, for the reventie serves to provide the sinews of war for producing.a local paper, which is a valuable asset to any dis trict. It is, therefore, with reluctance we note that the Chum Creek Progress Association has a desire to ignore the local man and go outside die district flr their printing. Ih, most...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HOUSE UNDIVIDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

A HOUSE UNDIVIDED. There is a family in Yorkshire, gen tlemen farmers on a small scale, who received as heritage from their par ents rare inventive ability and a small estate, poor and unencumbered. One was a doctor, another a butcher, an other an engineer, another something else. When the old people died all the boys returned home to work the inheritance The butcher looks after the stock, the doctor brings his scien tific training to practical bearing upon crops and what not, and shows him self almost as expert a metallurgist as tho engineer brother. All the tools about the farms are of their own making; the cattle fatten on food ar tificially enriched; the potatoes are dug by a machine built out of scrap iron, which takes them up, cuts off the tops, places themi in bags,, and ties them. At Maltoni, England, a root of Up to-Date potatoes has been lifted, which yielded twenty-two tubers, with a gross weight of 18 lb. As two of the tubers were undersized, the average weight of the po...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARDENING. FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

GARDENING. (By Practical Gardener). FLOWER GARDEN. Flower seedlings of hardy arinuals, etc., that have been in seed boxes during the winter months should be shortly, removed to their permanent quarters. In transplanting seedlings, or plants of any kinds, care should be taken to get all the roots and not as is usually done, pull them out roughly, and thereby leaving all the fibrous roots in the seed bed. A cool cloudy or showery day should be se lected for the operation, and in the case of the more tender kinds, shelter of some kind (a flower pot is the most serviceable) provded for a few days. Early sowings can now be made (in" a warm 'sheltered position) of Zinnia, Celosia, Agcratum, and other tender, half hardy plants. For summer edg ing to follow lobelia, etc.,. there is nothing to compare with' that pretty ýcle bright blue ageratum, Celosia, or feathered cockscomb is one of the finest bedding plants for summer use that can be had, making as they do, a beautiful display of color ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DO MILK VEINS INDICATE CAPACITY? [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

DO MILK VEINS INDICATE CAPACITY? This question is raised for discussion -by. a correspondent of the. "Melbourne Leader," who says : "First, as to these veins; why are they so called? They are not'milk :veins. Some call them milk reservoirs, but this is also out of the question. They do not indicate dairy capacity in its fullest sense of the term execpt during the years that a dairy cow may be .in her prime, as . after the prime years the enlarged veins remain large. A common idea is that there -is so much .milk:in tile udder and the milker just' has 'to sit down and milk it out, let it'be much or little. This, I submit, is, a mistake. The milker .is the prime factor in filling the bucket. "The man who has his animals scar ed never gets-much milk. By culti vating a .quiet disposition in the cow, the instant you begin to prepare her udder and teats for the milking (that is to cleanse or make them sanitary), she settles herself down to' business. You start T- milk. The .small por tion ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY ALPHABET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

POULTRY ALPHABET. A utility bird is rarely worth doctor sing, the axe. being an excellent surgi cal instrument to apply to sick fowls. Balanced ration's- supply nraximum of ourinhment with minimum of waste. Cull. closely, for it does not pay -to board idlers. Every insect left to mature will de crease the profits -of the flock. F-i-l-1 h,. spells failure. Good stock is the best foundation, but it must .be handled with common . sense. . - Hens. are not magicians, so can not manufacture eggs unless given the proper materials. Indolence and poultry-breeding fiake a combination which would bankrupt a wealthy financier. Just a little observation will prove that the I-know-it-,alls never make suc cessful poultrymen. KIndness shown to fowls pay in 'in creased egg-supiply. Lice multiply irapidly in uncleanly sur roundings. way- chicks, pushed to .maturity, make fall layers to fill ri- the" time when earlier hatched birds are resting. No mixed flock can give the satisfac tion of a single bre...

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 — 4 September 1914

OF RURAL INTEREsT (By "Rusticus.") 1 It comes to 'be a question whether the war or the drought is the more 3 serious for Australia. Reports from Riverina, which also apply to the con ditions over great portions of Victoria and South Australia are eloquent or the position. A Wagga report states that there have been several changes in weather conditions of' late, but they produced only about 10 points of rain. Over the greater part of the wheat area of Eastern Riverina the situation has now become very serious. Crops Which up to a few weeks ago had been fairly well-grown, and of healthy ap pearance are now perishing owing to lack of moisture. Numbers of them have. turned yellow up to within a few anches of the heads. In many cases the soil is still showing through the 'wheat.. For the eight months of the .year there has only been about 700 points of rain-and half of that was received in March. The summer and winter have been the driest ever re corded in the history of the district. Le...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC FUND. Contriouti 'n Unconditional [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

Coulo:ibutii -Unconditicn.l.E A. letter wa r;ws ceived: from tlhe l'riniLe ilinisti"ssOllice in reply t-o the councils- oiler-to contribouie E 10j towards the cost: of a:shiplnad of, provi.-ionl i for the ireliel .of dietress, in ,E i glinid. The lcter ,sta :ed tiha' it was lit. 1the iltciition of the G(o verornent to scud food to the old countryi.. bl?t io end avor to res0toC cr.ide to its, norinal I channels.--t was decided. on -thle motion of [TC'r llulihes iand .l:ougrt. tiilit the £100 be forwarded f:i) ihe (iovcrliunent. to be used as lruthe de ired.--Cr \Viillalce drie attulntion th a coitll?;-- shire. Jookiie he toughi. tha-it intendd to raise £10(00i b' a. speci lid .ra to. they niigiiht _.wvcll follow. :'1 heIy lmu lt ie pref.ired to support t li .]mniniire ii the preieOib stringg.e ito tihei." Is. shiiling. Cr 1inglils agree.d wituii--hli c isi-. dent's. remarks., lie onaly ilitenlded the contribubtiti of U.10(0 us uLa il stialmenti . ie was quit7 pre"rd"c to supporti a s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]ALE SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

SsHIlE COUNCIL. tif E I i i C f ith aibove S]tri al I.Ml -ir. l, f Cr .uf es . he •I tn i e cirdd't. il 1111 ' t ' I r lifIr l he itlte iing k ri \ t ill iir had ,.i; ,c ' f ul r lili tles h ýa.. ll3r m y , ' Ill t '1 1I' 1 1 l.. i l l ..I ,i oi cr 1, S "ril if tl" (,n* ill"n 1 Jil " i l l i ll. it Ll e i,. 1:'1 '" llu n b pu- iu111U lt 't l n .'ti i \th .le - i ltr t;, e st Si"i I\a 1w ,lliti itll t SI kt't' ) "t i ti o 'II 'lII s it .i crit ýhl .".'i Ctllti' , ,.un,,.r ed + i tlne' h i'". ii 1'i 1. 1 .IIi 'e \u-t e l' I n' i tl " 1. t he .It,, l -i a - itr -- iu;ilt li ill l t'l t tillt ita"l 1'u I 1: I nI1 IC-tr I ris11 .e1t i i I l r \it lC itS lilt i a prlll e (. ;it it it S ,it tit'. i'i I h rd . c Selill it I it ill ft a i ' , , r iiniil l r . f rit i l I i 11(11r 1i ll' hi t i in iap - ~ tue uteli,, tl hat 1 a viii1 l - "i tlt n inlI' lit inll i e tl bir l, tie n' I, I t itll' d' i le l inulld n t I'i Il' teen i? t. ll'r i I i i l tl J iii pt iib lit itro t - it I ;h I iu i ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECORD WHEAT AREA. NEW SOUTH WALES FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

RECORD WHEAT AREA. NEW SOUTH WALES FIGURES. It is estimated by the Government statistician (Mr.- Trivett) that New South Wales has a record arek of 1,108.600 aeres under wheat this year. "t is estimated that a little over three end a half million acres will be reaped for grain, anid 'th balance cut, for hay. :

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XV. WHERE THE BIRD HAD FLOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 September 1914

` THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XV. 1WHERE THE iDIRD iAD FLOWN. "1 don't acknowledge that you have any right either to my love or my duty," said -Ida Duval, throwing baci her head; whilst her eyes flashed naugh tily. tier husband was lounging on a divan, with the mouthpiece of a long •cnibouque" between his lips. His feet were thrust into a pair. of.Orieun tal slippers, embroidered in seed-pearls, the gitt of one of nis feminine ad mirers, and the crimson and gold smoking-jacket and cap" which complet ed his costume, had once hung in a crowded stall of a Turkish bazaar. The room was filled with "bric-a brac," and quaint artistic trifles, such as the soul of a "dilettante" loves. Gorgeous shawls and rugs were strewn about the studio, drapeu on the wall, half-concealing the lovely face of a grisette, tossed on to a divan, dr thrown across an empty easel. There were pictures on every side, all depicting numan life at a time when old age-is but a distant shadow in tai far off future, and ...

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