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BOY SCOUTS. DEMONSTRATION AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

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Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

WARBURTON. ' (rroi ur Own Coiriesnii deut) _ ·Dcbtiu Suocicty'& Open Night,; ? 1e open nigt iiof o the c :.Ddulsti .ociety w\as', cnjvoyed: by.ka' lirgeaild appreciative.. audienie last ,Wednes day, - which -listened tio t . rinret'y of entcrtnining'. it'lis, iincluding sons, ins ttimentul .music-, recitations, dclt 10gues; and i debtclitc 'on:o the si?b - ject--"'rA v ,?e.: too fonk f sporto i IttSpio 1t r of if c tliociebs 'il? it thlerec shall :Lie-a c iiulg'C od-ollicers every hirucn liiol"hs, and. this ,occagion founild Ar C.- Nadtrtassi ii tlhe presi d lit's chai r. 1.'he president, :gave lus. ididress and. curie?t:outnhiis du ties in such I. hlxppyn'muner that one can h ive iiodoubt of tlit. value of the riul referred to in ,iving eachi young .member il. tuii n .anop portunity of learUing the duties and prc-ticing the graces of that impor tant fr:cttr in every gatthe.tiig of huimans t]It..inmevit.bic "man in the clair." iTh Society .appears- to rhave acquired just the...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

..IF. OUT OF CEAR LIVE STOCK INSURANCE S ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RI(SKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOALB AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THE.E AFTER.. IATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PRO MPTLY PAID. \CTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NIOT REPRESENTED APPLY TO - e DALGETY Q CO., LTD., MELBOURINE. CONCERNING THE NEW MODEL "VEGA" S We are continually being asked how we can sell such a HIGH CLASS SWED ISH SEPARATOR--an ex cellent skimmer, beauti fully finished and mechan ically perfect-at such an Extremely LOW PRICE. MORE The reasoa is obfioils. Our organisation "carries no passengers"-every man CREAM on our staff is a worker nnd earns his money-and we can therefore afford to al T ' sell the "Vega" at a reas A onable margin of profit. Besides which, up-to-date • oQ farmers and dairymen Es KNOW the "Vega," and we are selling them by ,? ST hundreds. Small profits, S-" quick returns, and youtget the "Vega" at these prices. 12 Gal...... £3 15 0 II 28 Gal.. ... . .. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

tra s tral Cash Store RRA GLEN, .4?utto~ars and Friends r bre to stay We are i?ý0 's,- uccesS. We 3. cot atry and the '. We like Our Busi. d strive to increase it K 1onunrble means. 0iT GOODS and i, PRICES are what count. er ill Convince You. iint-c!ass Yalut in BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROOKERY GROOERIES i Delivered all over the ' District. 't forget the Addroes: ATHERTON IYARRA GLEN IOt Stiroal Oattle Food of all ad Lancashire Fire Insur p, Lilydale Express and Irhly papers. SUPPLY ANYTIINQfTG: patedt aidd .you cal. give 'ialer is yu lO ;10 I'NT ~. Iu ltldo t fec 1 able to -i' iments, you can give "l:'r your cardyl dodgers; t.e:' ps, anid all busi -' to execute. The news :ta was it, a.:d( it helps , his printers fur settinr ::uuanlrl anft one FREE 1.? lives your town; but 10:i, Fo the printer or job is thatl can 1'i\e youl rt? anld is spending nei t?' c, nor brains in ' to build up your dis 0n It's NOT a rere Matter of Blow SSOLID FACT that LANCASTER tie Right Man h Right...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Evelyn Progress Association. ANNUAL MEETING. A YEAR'S GOOD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

Evelyn Progress Association. ANN; AL -&EETING. - oo " -1.-- GOOD OIt A YE.uib 0001) iW-hLK i o---- ·i Sfrolu Our Own Corresponkdenib:;. f ile .alu:dl meeting of thile ib'ov \.Jculi~I1 was. held oin Satluiiay .lie '20t: "lr D. C. ]Evans- ii tlhe , letter eila1 received f1irnl the ;ilwealy J)1 t.. in reply, to r.'c iuest thiat tit" 1J. ;I.I1n .tl iun ýro lnt el! 7u1'11 to W\ burt'n l o il on atlurdatlr ? h:e tium:edl Ia le alloutl; ' p. I.n.-Tlhe , i it lt tch aclls ,the triuti u sll? . -ti0. tlio , .'l I le l. to form th .c l -i 1 f Ibj .\..a ci-o ili n. -Oexl t ';t lq rtuui:iIIl atIiditionial train tidcl the (tiniiti I, ,-s regret. th:l t .thlI. t;a Swtolll i 1 [ al Irt it ) such l couro's ( ii.ie II , (w in te r m ol nl t h: . - . . ilThel itil iin (l d:T'leCld uat Lthi 1'-i tillt ~I Ih e l cret rl'. oil 'th i lmo t:i ,,1 ' 11 r II. \Vardle. Sec( iin led I; r " '.vlnIS. that a ueinubr he l.iiutd feor alo: niiioi st those mos., i 1i,11ii l'i? it'rtCtled to ConlumiiM -atie wi...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VII. THE FIRST LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

-THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VII. THE FIRST LOVE. Dressed in some fabric of pale blue, which fitted her graceful figure to perfection, Ida Hamilton looked ex quisitely lovely as she siood under the drooping blossoms of a s ephanotis be fore Val. Beresford, like a criminal waiting for her sentence-- -from the judge. For a while he was' silent, devouring her beauty " with ardent eyes, whilst the passion whiolh he had tried to check showed itself in the rfever of his glanoe, the quivering of his usually resolute mouth, and the flush on his bronzed cheek. Only .1he night before his lips had 'touched her cheek, and now another man stood between them, and the kisses which he longed for, and which he had grown to think his right, would be lavished on Cis Deverel,-and not one would be spared to him. "You thought you could get out of your difficulty by not dancing," he said slowly. "You thought I should stand aside quietly, and let my best friend be deceived without opening my lips. That is ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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PERFECT CANDOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

PERFECT CANDOR.. Tom M'Pherson, a Scotchman,-.who does carpentering for a living, asked his foreman for a day off which was readily granted. Later the latter was informed that he had taken the holiday to get married, and upon his return to work, questioned him about "Aye, sir,' I was away 'gettin' mar ri'd." "Thalt's fine!" repied the foreman. "I hope you got a richt guid wife, Tom." "Weel, I maun say she is God's han diwoi'k,. but she is nae His master piece," answered the bridegroom, with the air of one determined to do per feet justice and yet adhere to the truth,.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

ACCIDENTS. 00 'lThrough is mount (Yerrihiza) fal. liong" "lea.ily-at' at fence ja M31r-1. 1: 13. lithgow's "Flowerlield"L' prol.erty duiriiig the local Hunt Club's ruijl 6-i \Monday last. 31ir Lco. l'oyner :Il1 tlhe- isfortanle to hlve I'is .wrist broken, besides being severely shna kci "uitd bruised. First, aid was ren dered by several hidis aind gentl:- t mcin-, anld, the popular unrat'tur ridle W as" drivet to Dr Synte'. surgery i sby Mr W. IlothIjue, and his iljuries I attended to. 3Mr P'oyner is saltis faetorily progressing, but it will be some' ti e.l before lie will Ibe ablp to'take his old plaice with the :huns men uand hounds. Miuch regret; wsva cl.cpressed iatologst nlleulheris whvlci t;he restulL of the ilccident b.:'c, l known. Lco. will also b1: inisse:Il frontm th Lilydale football Itet .i with whom hlie was a regubl air ndI cons'istcltly servi'.caul:r phlyer.unal1 ho*lia.s ie syipla.itlih tf cliih inte: iin bcinrg incapaci:tated so csrlv ill the season. F lr .Fred Aad...

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HOW HE COULD TAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

- 'OW HE COULD TAKE IT. Counsel for the prosecution had sub jected witness for the defence to a searching cross-examination, winding' up triumphantly with: "As you have flatly contradicted all your earlier statements, it would rp pear that we must accept your Evi dtnes 'cum grano salis.' " Witness for the defence grinned. "Well, guv'nor.," he admitted, "yer can take it 'Come, birdie, come,' if yer likes; but it's wot that bloke" (indicat ing counsel for the defence), "told me ter s'y." Then the usher had to call for si lenoe in court.- . iWATER- SUPPL¥tY ;F In Conjunction with Water Supply, Drop Us a Line. We can quote you the Lowest Rates for Water Pipes, iaps, Fittings, etc., tested by the Melbourne Metropolitan Board of Works; also Water Meters, Hose, and abso iutely everything you teluire in connection with water. Corrugated and Plain Iron, Pumps, Irrigation Fluming, Troughs, Builders' Ironmongery, Rivets, Gasfittings and Piping. BAT MI S--Cast Iron, Enamel, or Sheet Iron. WRITE...

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HUNTING [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

- HUNTING The Yairra (len anid Liilyda.le iiunt Club held a, melet at "I+lowerlield" oil .'Mlonda.y morning at 10 o'clock. when ll . good. liiIlilJber of hunitSILen putt inl ant a ppearnfce, lut froml the outset it l? s a.pparelit that it was a 1oor day for hunting. '1lhere was a steady warmn wind blowiug fi'onm the north, which made it impossible for Imounds to follow the line of scent for any distance without being at 'fault. Thle Master tried Ihis own plropert- l irst. an.d after al short .cast hounds declared a "liund." A strniig 'hare was set going. ad made for iluttoun's Coouing JEstIt:,. After entering this l;roperty it I hcled in the dircction.of thi (Coldstreain rail way line: through 31r Robert hlack's plroperty, but .ahlmost inmmedi itel clhangcd its course. and doubling to the left, came back to "l'lowerlield house paddock and crossed into the paddock abutting on the CecnetI"ry road to, almost the same place it started from. Hounds were at faiult here temporarily .but pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

rog a y ns " prem /fr Con:tp atonshi, odahesni ealch. -" : ' 1" ",:? ensive, can be. - The WUN:3LIfree. .-. : Biliousness, iBad Breath, r Headache, Indigetion. Dightfu1 Faniil Medicine '' ·( pBad .Breath, Heaach, ndie ton Oteigtfud amlyMedcie LI-YDALE BUTCHERING CO WHIOLESALL AND RETAIL BLUTCHERS,, MAIN STitEET, LILY DALE. Primest Beef, Multton, Corncd Becf, Pork and Tongues alwavs obtain able at Bcdrock Priccs. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HI.LL .BACON and CHEESE always on li tud. Customers waited upon dail y and orders 'promptly attendred to. Accommodation IIouses Specially O Catered Tor. An Up-to-date COOLINCG CHA\IIBER' is attached to the premises to ... cope with th-e hot weather. . , , . J. GILSON, Manager. High Class & Economic UNDERTAKERS AND E JBALMERS. Lilydale, Yarra Glen,.Warburton, Warrandyt COFFINS of Every., Description. at Shortest Notice. Telegrams Receive prompt attention. - Cflin forwarded to any part of tLhe Vistric I-EA.D 5511ICE l ..E;. .x TfELEPHONE ...

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GOOD REASON FOR KNOWING [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

GOOD. REASON FOR KNOWING Boasting of his memory, a witness" at Wandsworth County court said he could remember what every painter engaged on a certain job last October was doing on any particular day men 'tioned. Counsel pointed oun that 29 painters were engaged, and he asked the wit ness what a man named Gardiner was doing on Ootober 17. The Witness-He was mixing paint. Counsel.-iAt is surprising you should remember t3hat. HMw do you Ir < w Gardiner mixed paint? The Witness--"Because I--am Gard iner." (Laughter). .

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

CROYDON. . ----- .oo--T . .- " (Iriun Our Own O(Lrrepoi dcnt. An An kward :l'rtediunenut ".-?SinC few-u I'ights ago :th:re i is, a lit:: of mild" b cietiienll t. a- tlie cattl pits nea i 'Ialor's store~ iwhen ,, miia aind his motor: cat' had to be: extiicated. The :i'rogtcss Leaigue mlonths '.ago pointed' out' t!his spbt as danger )us on daru k uights. awd asked the Railway Dcjartmcnt- for af light at that localitv. 'ru int 1) in n t a.i n--TIe fruit growers of .ilsy'th ilnd district ]lad a very success.ul prutning deflon stration iat (imnpbtll .Bros. oichalrd on 22nd June, when Mlr lescott, of BIurnlev Gardens. vis-ited tlim. Ab out 40 were piresent -and they cvin-, ced. greatl ilterest in the theories advanced for p;runing the difflerent varieties of aliples, pears, and pea ches. The sociable. cup of tci and us'ial votes of appreciat.ion at 1Messrs Camlpbells' were a -suitable inale.. Arbor Day.--Arbor ay in Ci'oy don is to be ccllerated on August 1st; the school coinluittee and t...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

mises ---filled with a Big Up-to-date and Varied Stock. J. T. PHILLIPS, DRAPER MAIN STREET - LILYDALE. BUY-LOCALLY. SAVE TIME. " SAVE TEMPER. SAVE--L s. d. DRESS MATERIALS 1- A Nice Selection of NEWEST DRESS FABRICS -In Smartest Shades. At Lowest Prices obtainable in the State. A Beautiful Range. of BLOUSES, TRIMMINGS, LACES, Etc. ---Etc. » _. -- ..AL VALUE IN MILLINERY TRIMMING, ETC. All the-most, becoming new shapes, colors and ideas are now showing in this Department. It provides in the fullest degree the Latest Styles at very" - Reduced Pricks. SPECIAL VALUE IN HOSIERY 8 GLOVES -~-o----- A LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES In all the Best and Most Up-to Date Shapes and Styles Available. - SPECIAL PRICES. - Ne only ask YOU to vi-it us. The Variety and Value will make you friends andt-customers for Sever. INSPECTION INVI'ED. Post Orders Promptly Attended - to. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Remember the Address& J:.: T. PHILLIPS, LILYDALE HOUSE (Artis' Buildings). - THIE GREA...

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LAUNCHING PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

LAUNCHING PLACrE. (Fromn Our Otvn Corro3pond-flt.') i: thtda clvi irtv.-"On. the -iuita thibn .of Mr cadd" Mrs Spencer, 0rof gl ii' iunching Place. upl wa'rds• of '10 gfestcs spent' a ni6st enjoyýble ceniug -ont Jtne 20th, thl'i occasion i '3Uii, ig the celebi tion' of thie -21st birthday of hMiss Lil Spe? cb.. .Music, dancing, and various gaimes, made .the -evening seem, all too short. Full justice was done to a gpledidic :supper.' liss .Spen cer was the ;rcipient of. a nrice' ar ray of p)resscts, also of: the.1nai'rty congratulations of q. e assemblced gucests

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FOOD INFLUENCE OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

FOOD INFLUENCE OF MILK. The milk of all classes of farm ani mals contains considerable proportions of albuminoids, fats, and carbohydrates, says a writer in a receit leaflet issued by the Board. of Agriculture. These materials are manufactured by the ani mal from ingredients of the body, which obviously must be repiaced by feeding if the -"condition" of the animal is to be maintained. The production of milk fat and milk-sugar can be sustained by supplying oil and carbohydrates. in the food, but only-albuminoids will serve for the production of the albuminoids of the milk. "The effect of food on the yield and composition of milk de mands notice. Up to a point, which varies greatly in different animals of the same class, any food given in excess of the minimum necessary for "main tenance" is utilised for purposes of milk.production. When the food sup ply is steadily increased, however, the point referred to is reached sooner or later, beyond which there is an increas ing tendency for ...

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SILVAN. Municipal Candidates' Address. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

SILVAN. ([roin: Our Oivn C,,C)1O it- d i) moiunicirIal Ga,udia Cel.Are.-4ddrs. j :mr? I-I liti. candiididate for i.th IT represcitation .of .the easternr liding i of? tlhe] illydalc_ 'shirecouncil, add- ?I rcssed: a iueeting of ;rater..e rs nt tl ithe Silvan Il:ill on t8atur".v :-luhst, ,i ait 8 p.~l. in H Hend;erson tas in kI lith chair.i l Tic .candidate said that d it. wivas of vitil imniport.nice to this ui cand .neichboring districts, to. secure w '1 Vo:ice in: the counicil. 't" 1l1st l -vahltutioIt showed .that tlhe- tndency a was toinicrease local charges.beyvod Jf fa ai l d reasonable amounts, partly' s in' aiticipatioi: of the expenditure < by the- Country Roads 'Board on the Il 'Monblik 1 ad.- In order ,to prl evlt c au siilar valuating farce iu the fu- . ture, tand to place nmatters on u. bet-' toi" footing generally, iih t.advocltcd rating .on the unitupiroved value of land. and one uniform valu:itiuon-: Mliunicipal, Stite, and i'edmra l ; tlh Statc valuations...

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THE GREATEST DISCOVERY [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

THE GREATEST DISCOVERY "Yes I' said a great detective, "I have seen a great many queer things in my experience." "Discovered a good many gigantic frauds, I suppose?"- ventured an ad mirer. "Well, I should say so," was ..he reply. "But between youe and me, the most complete - deception I ever saw was a woman, young, pretty, and I would have sworn, an angel." "Bur she wasn't?' "I should say not. Sho.has a tem--i per like a whirlwind, and when she gets wild, the very earth -seems to shake." "Good gracious l And how did you come to discover her true 'character? [ "Well, I-er, the fact is-I married her" -

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Warburton Police Court Saturday, June 27. Before Messrs Read Murphy, P.M., and Jas, Stevans and Jos. [?]hgow, J.'s P. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

- Warburton Police Court ,?aturd-yiv. June 2.7 .. Jefore lmesrs Lal Ma1rIiji 1,P.MI., anl Ja.. Ste vc.ni sitad Jos.' J"lro.hW. J.'s ?' l tatoric- 'Act a . . I.nspector J. E. Ei]:inghain v. Ib: A\., hobin-sonI elnloyida oie i .l1ar vey -it' lower' 1ages thiful lixed by the oard.i Mr .Joines.' of the Crowit law .iIep'citmoutL. -iappeared for the lrsecuti,. andi m Mr JL. Kellyv for tjle dlfeldant-.. Ilefelndant pleadcd guilty. and a liae of L1. with £2 lOs,csts, wats imposed, and mi order mi'ade for the balance of 'wages due to larvey. £1 O10s Gd. echool Cases. Charles Kemp was lined c los 'o four cha.rges; and (Geo. .ox Oa sili hitl am:ount on onu chargo. Maintenance Case. 31rs I1. A. .Ila.nse v. rederiick Win. -hansen. Aitr P. Ridgeway ap peared for the prosecution, and dc Iciidaltt was iepresented by Alcr I. Kelly. . .ly consent all order was nmade for £1 "pcer week for three childlren. and defendant to find a. surely of £25 within swCen days to conmply with the order, in default si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 3 July 1914

Public Notices. A.T. EARL Plumber &.Gasfitter. ALL KINDS OF. PLUMBING WORK GASFITTING AND WATER CON NECTIONS UNDERTAKEN. LICENSED BY WARBURTON SWATERWOIRKS TRUST. TANKS MADE TO ORDER. - MAIN STREET, WARBURTON. 41'CLELLAND 8' CO, STOCK, ST'ATION. LAND, AND ESTATE A(;ENTS? OP'POSITE STATIOIN, RINGWOOD i.r Alick M'Clel'an, Auctioneer. AUCTIONT SALE8 -CONDUCTED .EVERY . MONDAY. "..Of... CATTLE, ;. IIORSES,. .PIGS, PIOULTRY, : tURNITURIE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for. cattle, adjoiuing yards~ Capacious Storage Room for Fur niture. ENTRIES INVIT'ED G-EO s MVTI-S SPECIAL -" SEE -DS - Gianti Asters, Stocks, 1'ausies -and all Flower and Veetable Seeds. SMy hardy cold climate Fruit trees Rose planits, Shrubs. etc., grow vig orously when transplanted to milder districts., SMITH'S SEEDS AND PLANTS are SOLD on HIONOR. TRY THEM. Cash Orders delivered Frcight Paid to any Railway Station. Calalog ues free on application: GEO. SMITTH. SEE]) & PLAINT MERCHANT,. BAL...

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