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THE BOY'S SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

THE BOY'S SACRIFICE. -H.was a good little boy and very thoughtful. It was during a long spell of dry weather, and lie had heard of the great scarcity of water through' out the country. He came to his mother and slipped his hand into hers. "Manima," he said, "is it true that in some places the little boys and girls, have scarcely enough water to drink." 'l hat is what the papers say1 "my dear." "'lamma," he presently said, "I'd l.ko to give up somethin' for those poor little boys and' girls." His mother gave him a fond look. "Yes, dear. And what would you like to give up ?" "Mamma," he said in his earnest way, "as long as the water, is so very, very scarce I'think I ought to give up being washed!"

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TEETH IN DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

THE TEETH IN DAIRY CATTLE. Disease and irregularities of the teeth of dairy cows cause a monetary loss in beef and milk that would be surprising if it were known. When the teeth are. in perfect condition they grind the food in such a manner that it is eas.ly acted upon by the digest. ice ferments, and the essential ele ments necessary to repair the bod3 waste and increase the flow of milk a:. readily assimilated; whereas when the teeth are diseased or irregularities are present we have a decrease of both milk supply and condition. The teeth of dairy cows probably require more attention than do those of horses, because, by their methods of grazing, stones, nails, wires, and alt sorts of hard substances may be brought into the mouth, and are liable to break the teeth and bruise the gums. Cows failing to reach the higher standards of milk production should not be discarded until a thorough ex amination is made of the teeth, for without perfect mastication of the food we cannot have per...

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 — 11 September 1914

0 F RURAL INTEREST (By "'Rusticus.") The paralysing effect of the bursting of the war cloud is passing off. It was the newnes of the experience that brought many operations to a sudden stop. Now people are readjusting their outlook and preparing to direct activities curtailed in one direction. into new channels. Unfortunately some of the practices adopted in doing this are not beyond reproach from tlhe point of view of the welfare of the nation; and this at a time when that aspect of the matter should penetrate even the most callously selfish hide. One of the evidences of recovery from the temporary paralysis referred to is the renewed activities in the meat ex port. For the past five weeks, ex porters have scarcely been represented at the stock sales, as the belief was iw.dely held that the export trade w(, be a hazardous and dubiously profitable department of the mnlat industry until the war concluded. The action of the shipping companies in continuing their services, and the enco...

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 — 11 September 1914

-WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambrosine.") A London correspondent says:-One hears a great deal about the beauty and marvellous grace of English girls, of their heavenly complexions, and tall, slender figures, but since Alexandra Day I have come to the conclusion we in Australia have quite as much to boast about. Obviously there are many loirely girls in England, and among the wealthy classes they certainly know how to make the best of their locks, but the average middle class girl is not nearly such an attractive young person as her Australian sister, even though the latter often has to dress on an allowance of next-to-nothing a year. On Alexandra Day, as you know, 25,000 white-frocked girls were selling wild roses all over London in aid of charity. The Strand was given over to Miss Australia, and you had only to see the forty 'girls gathered up haphazard from Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Bris bane to realise that their English sisters could give them few points in- the matter of look...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KIPPERED SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

KIPPERED SOUL. A certain divine, whose knowledge Scottish idioms and expressions was rather weak, had been spending part of his holiday in the land of cakes. At breakfast one morning he was regaled with, kippered herrng, and greatly liked the tasty meal. Having been told that when herrings were kippered itmeant that they were pre served, lie mentally noted the instruc tion and made ludicrous use of it the following Sunday, when he prayed that the Lord would abundantly kipper the soul of their beloved parson.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLOWER GARDEN CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

FLOWER GARDEN CALENDA.E-1ORSEPIETEIMBER -..-. Abutilon, Acroclinium, Ageratum, Amaranthus, "Aquilegia, Anchusa,. An emone, Antirrhinum, Arctotis, Aster, Asparagus, Balsam, Boronia, Calliopsis, Candytuft, Canna, Canterbury Bells, Carnation, Celosia, Centaurea, Chry santhemum, Clianthus, Clarkia, Climb ers, etc., Cornflower, Cockscomb, Cos mos, Datura,.DahLas, Dianthus, Daisy, Delphinium, Gaillarclia, Godetia, Gladi olus, Grasses (Ornamental), Helichry sum, Heliotrope, Hollyhock, Hunne mannia, Kocnia, Lantana, Larkspur, Lobe!ia, Lupin, Mimulus, Mignonette, Musk, Myosotis, Marigold, Nemophila, Nasturtium, Nicotiana, Nemesia, Ni gella, Pansies, Poppy, Pyrethrum, Por tulaca, Palox, Polyanthus, Pentstemon, Primrose, Rhodanthe, Stocks, Salpiglos sis, Salvia; Sunflower, Scabious, Sweet W\\illiam, Schizanthus, Sweet Sultan, Violet, Verbena, Wallflower, Zinnia. The following seeds may be sown under glass :--Begonia, Calceolaria, Ciiieraria, Coleus, Cyclamen, Dielytra, Gloxina, Incarvillea, Pr...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PAINT ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

PAINT ON THE FARM. .One who speaks from experience says:-"The trouble with maei is that they look upon the use of paint on the farm as a luxury. They say they do not care to bother with mere ornaments. They have not yet rea lised that paint is an absolute neces sity. It brightens up everything about the place, but that is only one of the benefits: It is - sanitary. The use of paint adds to the cleanliness of everything it covers. Painted sur faces are much easier 'to keep clean, and the coating of paint keeps out disease germs that imbibed themselves in unpainted wood. It is a preserva tive." Paint adds years to the life of everything on which it is used. A little money, time and labour expend ed in painting the buildings and im plements on the farm is an investment that pays.' The average life of a new barn is about 25 years, whereas by the use of good paint it can be preserved twice that time. So may the life of a waggon be increased from six to sixteen years by painting it regula...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RESULTS OF POLLING. Electors on Roll, 37,408 [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

-RESULTS- OF POLLING. Electors an Roll, 37,408 IRVINE M DOUGALL Berwick - - 564 329 Bnyip -. 412-. 549 Cowes - 232 _5 . Danrdeio6hg .2162 1901" Dromana. - 668. 514'.' Drouin S- 851 53 Ferntfree Gully 888... 472 Frankston - 1241 . 919 " fHealesville - - 375 381 Kangargo Grouqd . "371 239 Korunmburia , 950 1004 Lang Lang - 699 339 Lilydale 1082 904 Loch - 701 256 Pakenham - 653 375 Ringwood -. 932.. 578 Warburton - 457. 1008 Wonthaggi - 635 1932 Absent Votes .257 , - 280 'Totals - 14088 .12576. Majority for Irvine 1512. Voting. in 11 - . Irvine 15,6;10 SRussell - " - 11,418 THE .SENATE: BARKER , Lab:- . 313,%25 BARNES (Lab.)- - 313,429 RUSSELL (Lab) - 312,589 BLAKEY (Lab., - 3110,928 M'K[SSOCK. Lab.) 31'2,3 2 FINDLEY (Lab,) - .808,282 M'Coll .Lib.) - 272,444 Mauger (Lib.) 271,953 Cook (Lib.) - 267,939 Trenwith iLib,) 267.138 •M'Lean Lib..) 266;365 Edgar-(Lib.)' 268,87C

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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FLINDERS ELECTORATE SIR W. IRVINE RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

FLINDERSELýEQTORATE - ? SIR .W. IPRINE RETURNED. ;:." Thoul h with a muc h saiialler majority theii awhen: opp6sed l?,y Mr Riissell last year, the; Hon.: Sir H.. H. Irvine* eYretains thie re.pe sentation of Ilirid rs;. :IIlr JI ,K:K M 'Dougall, the -Labor candidaite, gained a imajority in ithe subdiv ision of Warburton, but the voting in the. other local subdivisions (Ring~wood :i- I'ilydale) was' in favor-ofthe sitting mlenber. - :At .Lil) dale the Labor: candidate had a majo6ity-of -I0, a-is against 70 'at lasf electionis wi.hen: theI voting. was Russell 441 Irvine 371 : great improvement this year was? the polling booith at Lilydale being tra nsferred fironi the Couit House .to the :'AtheLiaeu?ni Hall, which- was adiiirably -fittedi up, and tne voting, -was .carried- out most expeditiously. • Mr F-. A. Janson, the -presiding-officer and his assistant .presiding officers; M.essrs Stallworthy and R. Mor tdoi, and staff. of clerks, had a bLisy time, and it was not till Tuesday night...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. GREAT LABOR VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

ICONIMIONWEALTH ELECTIONS. GREAT LABOR VICTORY' Thle ? Federal Elections were held oin Saturday last throughout Australia, and as a result the cook government has beet, de feated, and -a new Labor adminis tration vwilll be fornied. The returisli-:shw the' state of --the parties in the: [H6use of Represen tatives gas--Labor 42, Liberal '32; fridepenccnt-.(Mr Wise, - Gipps-. land) I.;

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARTED FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

PARlTED FRIENDS. During a trial in Tipperary, CJurau mllade a scathing attack on a land agent. Tr'o days later an enraged gentleman burst into his bedroom in D)ublin, before the counsellor was out of bed, and, flourishing a horsewhip savagely, said: "Sir, I'm the gentleman you insult ed in the court-house in Clonmel in the presence of the whole country, and mnl here to thrash you soundly." "What!" exclaimed Curran, indig nantly. "You call yourself a gen tleman, and yet you mean to strike a man when he's lying down Y" "No, bedad," protested the agent, scorning .to take a mean advantage of his enemy, and sittinr down. "I'll just wait till you get out of bed; and then I'll give it to you hot and heavy." "Troth, if, that's the way of it," said Curran, "''il lie here yolt change your mind." And he turned over on' his other side. The agent laughed and the counsellor laughed, and he who canie to whip stayed to dine, and the pair parted the best of friends.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Several inventions of interest includ ed in app!ications for letters patent recently filed in the Melbourne Patent Office by Messrs. G. G. Turri and Co.; piatent attorneys, No. 1, of The Rialto, 499 Collins street, Melbourne, will be found undermentioned': A quick bo:ling kettle, saucepan, or boiler. '(Mr. A. K. Parncutt, Burn ,ey, Victoria). Improvenents i iirrigation and other pipe repair joints. The purpose is to do tne - work by avoiding an expen sive- w'.ste of water and bill for labor. (Mr. Samuel Cross, inspector, Hamil ton Town Hall,,.Victoria.) Posts for gates and fences, with fit tings, Meets the wants of farmers. and others who have to make wide gaps to let big liairvesting or other machines into their fields when the ordinary wide gates are too narrow. 1ly this invention the gap can be ,..cly made,. and neatly and cheaply filled 'again at any time. (Mr. Pat rick 'loin, of Toullken, Victoria). Railway signal'mecan.sni, to make on tue locomotive the s...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BRAVE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

A BRAVE MAlN. "Captain," said the fiist mate of the goodship Cauliflower while the storm was at its height, "the ship has sprung a leak; the watertight com partments are full of water, and the vessel is going down. What shall we do " The gallant skipper's face blanched, but only for one-eight of a second did he lose his self-control. "Don't waste a second," he replied. "Prepare at once an address thanking me for my coolness and heroism in the face of deadly peril. :Let not a bbat leave, the ship's side until every man and·,woman has signed it."' .It is reported on reliable authority that owiing to huge orders received firom the old irorld, all stock fit for .killing in tago has been, or is being, bie?,ght .up; or immediate freezing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

sW i.i'p~lg C#Thdl:cflO~n~nc OVO., l P" ll I __i 1he In' t .'dia ii th l . Iale her l W s ihct Bert h uta: 1 `Thire 2 ir.ioi:hei W1oC'ils' =C'atQronI~iii COwe - Publio Notices; Dancing and Physical Culture- Classes. CROkQYDON 31ECLHANICS' INSTI TUTE. Chlildren: fro;bmi: to 6. p.m Six pence-per lesson?. Adults Dancin '- Ciss 7.45 to ), 45 pI.t. l12s Gil per:.ttorm of 12 lessons.:crms : In advance. MISS . LAW RENCE eumd MISS KIRK fiil open classes as :above r GE O SMVIITI S SPECI.A.L Giant Asters,. tocks, Pansies and all Flower and Vegetable Seeds. My hardy, cold climate Fruit trees Rose plants, Shrubs,. etc., grow vig= orously w'hen transplanted to milder districts. SMIII-I'S SEEDS AND PLANTS are SOLD on HIONOR. ITRY THEM. Cash .:Orders delivered :F1reight Paid to any R..ailway Station. Calalog ues free on -application.:.: .] 0::SMITHI SEED i PL ANT MEIlANtO BALL/ARATi E it1864 SFEDERAL CASH- STORE. H -LEACH ' Proprietor. -No.necessity to go to 1:.'ourne ro wake- purchases to save mo...

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[?]PER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

YARRA SHIRE PoUNCIL. y IEETING hekl . . .1 .1 l a 1 M nA t last. r. Ir l' w Pl.ir. Aiken. (.' I i. IMre ii?v) 't ' cu lull t. till 111 . , i ic. '' I} , liu I nestiltol o-l I 1'r I: id 't al l wIIt\W;I c f( o SýIuP Il i. i ie nii ; 1 i11 11 t ill ol - -nin 'i ' ni !' ... ' .c k l c " I h II l t h i ' 1 ,r e 's i al , ,; it nca from h:e . l .ilt s al r tat .'nal. le i. I' ' . l :so uniiI -:lr - ,id clfe l lwi l.," i i.n ; ' ;l till tt.' l llo. 1 . l a-i'ii it l I t :a is n . It h"l .! I i i i -ll t I i' l no t held II tl i Ih .1 L11(1 , l l i i l I r I'. ar " i l, i- .I ith ;, ,,ilau iu, (t ! + sle.ker) Jill! thait uh "" < at .+. oulu i-li tibcrilior * ii h. 0 ii;1- .-1ii I I i- ith il-d i,. l e I l ct (I ' itl . o tio a . i I i d i i ili'ii lhIe lliotiv ii i,, ul t d i - i l', , res' i !i na . 'r I r t c ll: the -Iir liinl II ornt thanukjp s , c r 1 .. l. \ .l ilt li d llO r i' t ii ' I 'l l ti o chf e i - a ildeI si, ' ' t h \ 1 o" l St iiiiin- lithe r( tiikii I (r t . i...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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SQUELCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

SQUELCHED. The repeal of the much argued-about Canal-toll brings to mind an excellent story of Colonel .Goethals, the moving spirit in the construction of the great canal. One morning a rather fidgety subor dinate came into the colonel's office. "I got your letter, colonel,"- he be gan, "and I came to--" He got no further, for the colonel, with uplifted eyebrows, cut in "Letter? Letter? There must be some mistake. I have written you no letter I" "Oh, yes, colonel," repeated the man. "I've got it here. It's about the work down at Miraflores. Now, you see---" Again the colonel cut-in. "Oh, I see! But you misled. me. You spoke of my letter. You meant, of course, my orders!" The: colonel's blue eyes stared coldly at the' argumentatives man, who, sud denly feeling that -.the conversation was at an end, "faded away."

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DAMPED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

DAMPED OUT. Here is an incident connected with the law in the Royal Navy, "No smok ing duriilg work hours." Old hBinds steal a smoke as often as possible. Their favor te hiding place -aboard the old- battleship Slowspeed was an upper- deck compartment on the iport side. One day 'the commander noticed vol-, umes of smoke coming out of the sky light of this place. He sniffed, then quietly gave orders for officials to stand by for fire quarters. Then he yelled, close to said compaitment "Sound off fire stations!" The bugle rang out, the bells clang ed, and the whistles piped. Everything ready,. the 0.O. yelled "Fire in the port---! Pass hose down skylight." After ten mintites of this the bugle sounded the "Cease," and the culprits were released, like drowned rats.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

SThere. is but.o Schnapps .. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS II E s T% c s i it, o r Stone Jrs Only. Straw Color from Age Pure}ý FhGrape t:B ýý.,JX . i nIlY t' X.J Yb1.( AND Dr- ESABLSHE * L~ ~ ~U Cognac *{ r r ,y ----- i-- ----=- w DY ES JODU CAN SAVE NEW D RESSES , in sll t?) latest ades and -stytes, and at little ezpense, with the aid of.' Diamond Dyes. It is as easy as washing a handker / chief to produce those new shades with _ f; \ Dial-;d Dye-s. They make the material 2ook like new -You may have been disappointed over th re sults obtained in an ttempt to dye z -s ci±om.e material with some other dye. If S so, try a package of Diamond Dyes and pyou will at once be convinced that they S are by far superior to any other dye in r- the world, and will always give that ---; d clear bright shade so desired. "W trji. Ior Dirsatna Be.. ad " Trutk aout Dyo Lr I meo. U.." M.ailed fr.. aupn tppliaeties te i--. WELLS & RiICHATDSON CO . ..t - t 5 ..N.. .tSL T ias .. .. 97) an by us i(75 IrVE STOC...

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AFTER OTHERS FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

- A?"ER OTHERS 'AILED. "I use Ohainiberlain's. Pain Dalm for sore throats andc find one T'ub bing relieves it"' writes Mir T. 'Den nis, -lihita.hi,- N.Z. "It worked won dels when I sprained my ankle, giv ing me imnmecdiate relief from pain :ifter other. linemelits had failed. Chamberlain's Pain: ,Balm- has also relieved me many .times from rheu mantisin."

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FATTENING LAMBS. LECTURE ON RAPE AND ITS VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

FATTENING LAMBS. LECTURE - ON RAPE AND. ITS-./ VALUE. A valuable lecture was given :by Mr Primrose McC?onnell, manager of. the Ruakura Farm, .on "Fattening Lambs .on Rape," at Hamilton, on June 25, under the auspices of the Waikato Graziers' Association. Mr. J. D. P. Morgan presided. Mr. McConnell said that the paper dealt rather with the small, intensive farmer than the large runholder. The farm of the future would be small in area, necessitating the most intensive methods. In no branch of the farm ing industry was there a brighter pros pect than in fat lamb raising, and none with greater profit if carried out on improved intensive lines. After giv ing hints as to the best mating season and .the care of ewes, the lecturer said that rape should be sown in the first week of September. It was a mistake to allow the rape to become too ma ture before turning in the lambs. A little -mustard should be added to the rape, and free access .given to salt. Rape" was not blight proof, but early...

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