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WHY THE FARMER SHOULD GROW HIS OWN FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

WHY THE FARMER SHOULD GROW HIS OWN FRUIT. Economists tell us that farming has come to be a specialised business-that the farmer of to-day should live "on the profits from the farm rather than on the products. of. the farm. To put it another way, they point that the day of the self-sufficing farmer has ,passed and that to be successful the farmer in this day and age must coh centrate -his energies on the, produc tion of crops that will pay the. largest profits regardless of whether he or his family cann s usn care to usetheA We have no quarrel with?l- econo mist We need' sc:entists and-philoso phers to work' out for us broad eco nomic principles.. The difficulty lies not so much in their theories as in tne fact that we are 'apt to take them too literally. We are likely to for get that the basic difference between the farm family and the city. family lies in the fact that the farm and the farm home are one and inseparable. f'ile city .business man may live miles .cJm his business and ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

TURF TOPICS (By "Flemington.") ft is-evidently intended to give Ber agoon another chance on the T'urf. At one time it was thought that the three-year-old crack of last season has dennitely retired from the racecourse, but the fact that he is now in full training again would lead to the celief that the racing public will yet see a little more of Beragoon. in a time like the present, when high class performers are not so plentiful as could be wished, the return of Bera goon to the fold is very welcome, and let us hope that the eftort to train the brilliant son of Multiform will prove successful. Last week the cable sent news of the result of an important event on the English Turf. From this it is gathered that racing is being proceed ed with in the old country notwith standing the grave crisis it is pass:ng through. It says a great deal for the courage of the British people when in the midst of their greatest trouble they can with as light a heart as may be turned for the moment to th...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIFE IN THE SUN. IS ITS ENERGY WANING? [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

LIFE IN THE SUN. IS IrS ENERGY" WANING? A task that must be continued for sco ral centuries before a definite con clusion is reached has been commen ced by Mr. C. G. Abbott, director or tne Smithsonian Astru-pnysics Obser ratory, Washington. 'Ihh -preseat conclusion of sc;entists is that the continual loss of heat from the sun is approximately balanced by regenration, uue to condensation of the whole body, consequent upon the radiation of its aeat. Mr. Abbott has initiated a sys tent of observation by which he hopee it will be possible to determine whe ther the solar radiation is constant, increasing or diminishung. Original researches regarding solar radiation have occupied Mr. Abbott continuously for several years, and he :s recognised as one of the leading au thorities on the subject. "All the comforts of our life on earth are de peadtent upon the radiation of the sun," said Mr. Abbott, prior to his departure for Sydney. "It would be very interesting to know whether the sun sends...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

THE ---- MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVII. The sudden reappearance of one of her own friends, alter being so long cut off from all society, had raised in Ida's breast a vague iee ing of unrest. ,Longings which had been lulled to rest. in tle apatay of dtspair, revived in all their old intensity, although there was no hope to Ieed them. And the mere sight of Captain Beresford's familiar lace brought back all the ghosts of the past in a formid able army. As she sat alone in her pretty home, to which her husband had given the name of the "Lilacs," she imagined herself back in the old sweet life with its joys and its sorrows. The ' work dropped from her fingers on to her lap, and she was wandering once more about the beautiful gardens at Beiton, with tne mellow tones of Ois Deverel's voice in her ear. The fancy was so vivid, that an actual blush rose to her cheek., and her lips parted in a smile. A slight noise woke her from her day dream, and on looking round the sight of her husband stand...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our1 Special COrrespond:nt.) Six years :,go we were vieing with each other to do honor to :ji. Amecrican umen-o'-w rsmen, who caPse with the Y White "leMr. They wdrerfeted and i 'r-.1d over and given a good time egueraliiy in the usual acceptance of the term.- Every citizen felt it a duty and a pleasure to taoe charge of an American or two 'and do the hon ors. Can it be said that we are doing the same for the splendid fellows who are in traiuing at Broadmeadows, pre paratory to going to fight for us in a war that dwarfs all ether wars in history? The apswer lies in the fact that apart from local "seud-offs," the men, when on leave, may be seen at theatres and other places of public entertainment, not am the Americans were, guests of enthusiastic citizens, but by themrselves or in liltl, parties manifestly made up of rel-tives cr per sonal friead4. Preh?.ably they prefer it that way. Certainly, men of the stamp who velunteer for the '-wrk that is before t?,ae ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [?]WELL AT LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

pIlAMiENTARY gcIONS. tL , LILYDALE ,,ber of clectors at tLn evening at the ,ll to hear tie views Al laxwell, one of , .?I.; fo-,r the _candidates for the orate.ed the chair, cing the candidate t high position to i;aelt had attained profession. lonrising to speak, ld have to address dt and gentlemen l only e representa fair sex present. He under conditions im. He was gener for someone not to y the did not want ht he was asking` to 0lite did want to go. plarliament was still was no announced ' so far as State was concerned, .con .o definite policy for ;ss, He came before ocutand dried policy. ý.te of Victoria there opposing parties, oi.e ; party with a distinct ;y little difference :of dwell organised. So cre was such a party no room for a man .licy of his own, if ;pathy was with the dopposed to labor. He iron to have ani oppor wving his views on cur =e. He desired at this ,l only with fundamen es. They were faced fact that the mandate from the people in h0o. Not only this, but faced ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grant of letters pa .~mr, which have been lodged in the following names, have been accepted by the Commissioner. Messrs. G. G. Turri and Co., patent attorneys, No. 1 of Australia, of the iRialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, have pre pared this report from the offi ial re cords : Illuminating Bullet.--The point o' the bullet has a coating of flash ligbt composition. Over this is a stin uo glue. :When the bullet strikes the im pact is sufficient to produce temporary illumination. (Wincnester ltepsating Arms Co., puroraser from T. O. Julin eon, the inventor, U.S.A.) .l re are several other patents being se irea by the same company for causing {1 u ,mlnation on impact, but different as, to details; for example, in some (.5s, the flashlight composition is in a re cess of the cap, and the point ot ht bullet is variously shaped and arrang ed. One of the bullets is speela,tly proposes for pleasure shooting, out ': imain object is for the information...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

Tor Oliildrcn's Thaking Coughý at t'igU, Woods 'Great 1·eppermirn For (Thonio .Cl eaL Complalnts Hoods' tVreo ' reppcnint'C Cax ?embehbelAI'sa TO Taiblet .~~1 . Na wV * Publio Totioes.. Dancing and. Physical Culture Classes. CROYDON ~IECHANICS' INSTI TUTE.. Children, from 4 to 6 p.m. Six peuce per lesson:. Adults--Dancing Class i:7A5 to 0.45 p.m. 12s Gd per- term of 12 lessons. Terms: In advance. .MISS LAWRENCE and MISS KIRK will open classes as above . SPECIAL SSEE8DS Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies and all Flower and Vegetable Seeds. My hardy cold climate Fruit trees Roso plants, Shrubs, etc., grow vig orously when transplanted to milder districts. SMITH'S SEEDS AND PLANTS are SOLD: on HONOBOR. TRY THEMI. Cash Orders delivered Freight Paid, to any Railway Stition. Calalog ues free on application. GEO. SMITH? SEED & PLANT MERCHANT, BALLARAT. Est. 1864 FEDERAL CASH STORE. H. LEACH Proprietor. No 'ncessity to go-.to Mlc:'.ourne to in make purchases to save maoney. You can do so...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Licensing Court. G;, ý Roche applied ~for a permit t.') carry on the licence of the Nar bcthoug Hotel, licence Raving been destroyed bN a fire recently .-The permissionl reqiirecl was granted. Sehool Cases. Sein ior-constable Curtain v Jos. hishojp, non-attendance of his child at school--Fini.d 5s.. .Jas elenou was fined 10s' iuh two cascn, and T J. Allen 'Ss bachiin two cases . No Rear Light, Con-t.tblel Rawlings v, Frederick liing, for having driven a motor car •vithout: a rear light atat Lilydale on ?'1t August. DeIpndaa?t forwarded a let or to tilc bench, stating that he \was-L.nn uudcertaker aund was travelling to Mlclbourne from Alexanira. JIc stop p.ed at Lilydale. and founiid the top ,of his rear lamp had eben lost on the road lh had] a colli in tlhe ca;, projecting, each side, and could not see E11e rear light of the car. Senior-constable-...Curtain said lia .was present .with Constable Raw iUngs when the car was ati Lilydale, and saw no signs of a co...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE.   MR. THOMAS GAUDION and Fam- ily, of Wandin, desire to sincerely Thank all friends for expressions of sympathy, by visits, letters, tele-   grams, and floral tributes, during their recent sad bereavement; and     to Dr. Syme and the Rev. Jas. Lowe for their kindness and attention. BEREAVEMENT NOTICE.   THE Family of the late Mrs. Douthie desire to express sincere Thanks for kindness and sympa-   thy extended to them in their   sad bereavement. Woori Yallock.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOUNT BEENAK. Polling Day [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

MOUNT BEENAK. P'olling Day. The polling on the 5th inst, was held here in the School room. The weather being good enabled the re- sidents for a considerable distance around to turn out and record their votes--a matter of duty to them- selves and country. At times dur-     ing the day the presding officer   (Mr R. P. Sharp) and poll clerk (Mr F. A. Wilson) were kept pretty busy.   They had everything nicely arranged for the convenience of voters. It was a pleasing feature to see many   ladies turn out to exercise their rights and privileges of voting, and to this usually quiet place their pre- sence gave quite a holiday appear- ance.           Sawmilling 1.ud.ustry " be fair tie Beenak .Sawmiilng Co. has been working ait full pressure This company has a very extensive a.nd up-to-d'ie. plant, caipable of. turniing out vei' large qua.utit es of first class N...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. W. F. TOWT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. W. F. TOWT. SThe many friends of Alir W. F. :owtt of 'IJeyon. P'ark,'1 COldist.?.n; *cccived ai great slIlqck lheu tnhey learned of his deatlth in Melbourne an Tuiesday 'inst. Mr Towt was pre sent at the :Mlelbouvlne. Show, and. aiter his brother had been arouind ithe. ing-irt one oc the limnting con lpetitions, ion .Snowdon, de(eased rc manrked thaj.; he was feeling unwall. . d.octor was prlocured, a, it Mr Towt's iaimediate r.emovi?t to .;pLri -at.c hospital was ordered. but he alpidlly sank, ud 4 d ied a couple of h eours afterwards, The cause of his tancntal cdeat Lth was. heartf :il:r:. The lito Mr Towti wI!o was i ly 13 vyars of age, w?aý widely knvcwn and 'l i :hlv-r:spected t' rouglhout the •i4trict. 1-le was of a dcliet unau;szs ,liug dispositiol, anlld w.s the pos .etsof tt imanny estiiuable qualit. le was a me ioCl r of the couimit'ee of the Lilyvdale Agricultural Soaiety, (n1 which' lh took u keen interrcst. iand as W ai good supporter of sev-ira inst...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

WARBURTON. Patriotic -~ffort. Success has attendid' the: (fforts of the womein of .Warburtont on be half of the Lord , avori s Fu id for 'te sustenaice of the . 5iv eslichi dren, and paitc l ' tin's :rwyho coluntecr for f tiv- service in the 'a.- At -tie in?ctfing 9f tiei coumitui Lee 1 st Thursda i.t; thle r sidcacc -)f tle presi4eut, Mrs J. Lithgow, .iie treasi; u lis ~ar " rd, announced ;liit the collecto' `uld i" 1 uliaded in o dni.to the suni of LT6 5s, which iuiouint ite hio. t'erct~riry?, Miss -'exton ,wa;i instructed t') firward ,o :the ceutral fund a5s WAirburton's iin st; istalwment. 'Warburton aiid. tile i V Tu the list. e ivcu I:- wer k of loa.L soldiers iu camp iut Imi d ~.oadows \we uniL add Ms,-. Psi ul I: out Lt eaidci-s 11 Cipj. h of I |, .1u *iiUL'ats of the laih- i- W\\:fr:urluton i \o have. vtliutecrl .l'or eivice inl .ieC ranks. JFort uinait i,,r. ti tlo,. :isihloners s * .iah itr \'is . rried in:ut. and coisequ.utlv i L uobt I'Je iccepted for thie first coultig...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]AY LANDS ACQUISITION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

f L4ANPS ACQUISI TION BILL, S.tgilativu Cuuncil on 5 last week, the House i te tcoind reading of Y. lndau Acquisitiuu Bill. ; lirrl )' id;il, Ilroxuiw , who itialiher. wi;- one mutter 'ia the bill-tihe abolition .t.~ . Tiis was a step in directin,; it had always ?1e t if rumi.l liint ly d i I i rilwayi\- colstrue it ýelrs. maid which had ýAtihut-; a duuble shlar 'ulnder tii -,vteau. The i':rluvd was only ubout i tar.-it w-., puiinte l out EfL twho was. jiever filu of the priciples- of l te amultji including I'ru'JuAlutin. w-ul I Le . tlil siu . -.11,r .M(1 ~ t"l Ither it. '.as on ale _tht (o'uti- election that, ty iltade this. gift of -_,r't ! Eciho a.u\vcred ; tle reluark w\za; ir ; i tl . ;ii,[ 1 Ili,:k., 1ratd tU m?i.c th.e detl ,'eco0id readir \\-tia. . lc bill ve- 1n iIt.,) le in1. Ichledad. AMr tha' li held itu t rult tdu from the ii I::j a11 over tic ]l usle. Slu locket,: and ';Uive ? ~t"ic ui,'t wcre the Mulr liry daide ow n Ike1 n"i '4 be pa:iyabid. - the e ttl ain itt,, c ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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[?] Job Completed [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

"i Lrk, iý just completcd. xtur 1Iu:cy and Jl: '??' :made a 'loud jelb v1 -'U J:IýC'L Bru IWUU toi want faWar dv^ -ii owes !ilrurtlbly. The pull) , ;;t Wrtudac iS w"oi ug :lclu Ii' u~tr is fl'Jv dow~n' to Viu the 'thdce IL i tu I suiorking in the '2001t. 'bil ceitiii;ig goul is cx

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

WONGA PARK. O r own Correspondent. £cl,i 1 fal o rainl t!:t iruit .ind otuLr crops 3trickl mp1"ll1ch c eý 1ýL wre l1 rlul U ah *I lL Road. Strurk ;u111h' fulls \CeeC 1111 Ii I lck!' thiut notLutiling it ;I piot (I 11 t 3 Ulo ll . ;( ;I1 :f wourk was 41 a 4t t .t:i* 'Ifett ilt ecltI1 Iu.wner.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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[?] AND LADS FOR FARM WORK. [?] TO ARRIVE SHORTLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

CLADS FOR FARM WrORK,. 11181 ý'I% SHORTLY.. 2ý Tilc.i~~t I ',' hic * 'irri' C t liI olbo.urnc gar i I,ý of Octobtr, is eto iOnl ,A U lads, islf iI j - `=' I i n avielt in the u.or. ~.. f1 iri) i ii oii Ii ron ' J, (n I i Of:! Nor II ccl L tý li s ec 0 dcm jid fur fatrnh itl int c i ltO ll i holl ;,dr }rdiei' u ol o .y;droluqv utlti ulln, , Lvixilti :nt *f ' Iran1Cic'S, or J~ :ilP' Oppu ulti[s of plL , g will lose 110 ' ilr 1' tdiI necessary i dr lSoi1 in ope :S 'Yl""jconditions -tro1iul t~ntiid iii Gipps d friecI tcd t dri t" evidonec " idrdrile d(llhlUad for 1a 'ý;iAtIul 1vit lie IoLIU I L

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POUL'TICE. CAN CURE--- TUBERCULAR JOINTS, P0I SONED SORES, ABSCESSES. BOTLS, CARBUNCLES. JAR WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS. LDI BAD LEGS. A~l Chemists-1/6 and 5/6. 'GUMBERLAND ROAD, PASCOF VAT.E (Nasr C,-..ri 1TADATIO PERMANENT-MLY CUR ES "Hydatids iaver and Kidney Trouble: Oaatric Ulcers, Iuterc.l Growtb; 3!4 and 5/ per bottlc. C?cmlt. t rre Stor~s. S. A. PALMER, 189 FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE THE IVIYSTERIOUS PLANCHETTE PAST, PARSENT AND FUTURE RE.YEALED £stemi.tMag Results Unalxpllaabl . Deeply laterestiui. Traty Wonde. ul icplie queston t om all sabjects, offers than, r a.e, T a -C r o n,- r "I " IIRICIITTIti1 c ..r.., 3tone Jars Only. Straw Color hiAe PURE AND VEIRY % A, 4,0 vv IPDI - .. c .-r - _ __ _ _ _.o .41· ICogna Se-·-ve mc-xe _____ _ O-. eA oa piio.d Dyes. ~ Pit is es washing a hahakner I y cn o viýiuc thou new Shades with id byes.. T'y make th m~aterki -f 4es;i l o £t avel been disappointed ovcv btn is al attempt to dye ~j ~''knit material with to...

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A WANDIN PIONEER. DEATH OF MR. JOHN ROUGE[?] AN INTERESTING CARRER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

1 .A WANrN PIONErONEEx, ,1 \ ! \I : If r :l J.] \ ( \ Ijl* Cl llrý a utu ]tuu ~oue , of1I ti l th X1'dialiii il( , . \' d in.. 6.go:c;c:. h I)It lilidd::(~ i "ricc the IkI11 i 'vei ,eal oaai I'JU i it) d tin~ *~i'tr t, u fi ly iia tutok 'l;i wa 11. dill Par ~. 1C). Mstedi c iceal ue ' li ll t. : 'lsi t, r iR l' I'll ll t ll I IUt, .ý ' 1Cd ýo la out Usd ,, the ' I ` Iw;, )r.jit iiict li. SIi', and arllfi, ear c ''urc' cel "11e10arn I 1.g e holauIkclicd Ot tut t lo lcii his Il sii et 'lCather Ml is tlcn :,,u io..t ~ t~d Iii C trc kc'1' Will 1 a >ci ' a t'r aLu e e I I ! d t he 1i'i.a. , ,6 ",t -L tir deco t 1,, I- 1111ru' Iu;, 1ji. nirst his lintj , 111(1 t' cii hi8f1 i L h a u ,J oý U ~ t' s ,: I~ t u r n- c t ' a n ti t :,: I urnat -1ar :tcill ;i' ulu1 1 i~* i 'Ie int s ofhsi:,~. A C" , lie la 'unched . 'int i l fo~r I fatherc~, MrIlen}'Jwil seclf and hat tci in nfiijjv Wi it' lie ad te Ill i;i ii fitrdthis ul nodi i ,turd i Ilid, ii ng taken ai 11 .t iii Iie itt a ,fiat iurlua ...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

1MELBOURNE LETTER. It is hoped that the move t u in crease Australian manufactures, and thus render tus independent of conti ..a ::ai nations will prove more taaui a flash in the pan. We talk largr.ly now upon the need for capturinf. (;ercany's trade for Britain and Au-f tralia, but will we not, when, at ,,. last, the war is over, and normal con ditions again hold sway, revert to the old easy-going fashion of taking the goods the gods provide without troub ling ourselves over much where they come from, and satisfied that they are serviceable and do not involve any strenuous departure from the busi ness of eating, drinking, and being merry, that has up to now, made up such a considerable portion of the sum of existence with us. Some indication of the trend of the movement was afforded at the monthly meeting of the Victorian Chamber of Manufaotures the other evening when a letter was received from the South Australian Chamber of Manufactures, requesting the Victorian chamber to join w...

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