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Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25; -1911. Messrs T. 11. . Morton and Sons advertise -for sale by tender a farm of 199 acres at East. Warburton. * * . 'Clearing Sale On Monday next, 28th. inst., u clearing sale of stock ind itple ments wi1 be held at Yering, "under instructions from 3Mr C. Price, who lias sold his proparty. Messrs Jen uings and 31'lnnes and T . . . M'or tonu and ion. are the auctioneers in conjunctionm P1rLiculaurs of ;h1 s'.i are advertised in this issue: * * * . * * Concert .and Colfee,-Supp-'r SIn the Croydon lIall, on 'Jhursida next, October Ist, ,nt 8 p.m., i grand concert aid colffe supper \\ill be held, as per advertisemnit.. City and local eiugers and in.triumlental items wi:l provide a lir.-t-:al, s I ro granmme. 'lle adiiiisiun \till be Is and 6d, wifthli; choice supper, and. a pl'-:ai tevelling is ]irounicd. l'ihe (proceeds ire in uid ofl thii ]haptlist work. [.ilydaile :ta-lt; Sdchol To raise funds to liquidate thin small amiount owing in connection iwith tie eliciter...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

FIVE RULES FO FORTUNE HOW SOME SEOURED SUCUC 1. Cultivate and perfect vaur Experiment. The world is' age something new, which. however, piel it may be, will save laboro pense, or do things better. Let more convenient, or promote ple reduce waste. People who handle things i (lay use are the natural invent better things, and the n:atural "a ists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that E gives. Learn the procedure as t tenting inu the chief countries, secure your own legal monopolr your rights by becoming a patent 2. If that workman or forean your ingenious friend has prolu' clever invention put hirm on the of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, :a the "Inventors Guide,'' ' am mended it strongly to friends. of the kind 1 have seen. It sho a lot of good. It should do a I good. It is an incentive to by telling him where he can obtal "Inventors' Guide." 3. For yourself, obtain this which tolsl what to invent, who patent, how to sell patents the inventions have so...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

JRETTER BOX nessarily indorsing the' f our correspondents, we 0 ~ad to insert commulm aeing on topics of public 0 -tichI may te intelligent rly expressed and free SWnalities, on condition in the writer's real name, e, rly for publication, but ranItee of good faith.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

Auction Sale. - / SATURDAY, 3rd OCTOBER, AtJ 3 O'clock, on tho Ground, -----CRO Y D .0 N- - O1OYXDO N---- -CROYD ON - -CROYDO N-- 1lE\V]II'PS SUBDiVISION?-B " 1IEWJ SH'S SUBDIVISION ---4 'ALLOTMENTS. S ---18 I.LOTMENTS. . --Also--- .IIEWJSIlPS STORE ANŽD ADJOIN / .ING COTTAGE . Will be Sold on the Same Date. - This Estate, right a?djoining -Croydon,. .iilway Station, offers -an Opportunity to Secure Fine -Business Front-age3 t;) Craydon --Road, and Bcautifully-Situated --Villa Allotments. - L1BJRAL 'T1JtRMýS. T l'an and full par'ticulars, F. 11I. 1'ATTERSON and CO., 19 Quccn-St., 31clbournd. MONDAY ,NEXT, SEPT. 28th. At 2.30 p.m on the ,ahri, YERING. Under instructions from Mr. C. PRICE, who has sold his propcrt y. CLEARING SALE. 40 11ILCH COWS, in full profit, Ayr.shire - Jersey cross, " all cull?d " S}'RINGCERS 6 Yea.ding li 1EJ ERS, 'yIrshrir 3 .1e itum Diaught fIORSES, idyrs "' ari Waggon, Fluatiug a,'1 Cart and Jiukcr, Ligit aud" liJc:ivy Jlainess, 3-furrow J'lougih, 0. inew 31...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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[?]UNCILLORS UTTERANCES—A COMMENT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

b LOJ(b ITT EANl~\SC ' -A COMIJlEST To the Editor. tJl oc .irl flrcedl to take wu~b o~ard anaiust" tRiO Lyu niacc from time StisiiCh1 Ualt at. ra « 1r=;l'O:rS 1.ortion of the Fa lie Iroifl J~velyni nu 1k ttji Now \ i reiigr y our ic dk L %1t'·l nces by cetii - l eCr :atounded that ", vin ,d e 131!CliCCe should think .·iteet road ior portionS Of it i ~,LJ iulccildd in a new tjur t11ý rýllluCiUhi~t of au ever ,'one traflic Irelamu1i thoouthI ,;,Ir Lr Whis i~lllot u · iO SSi - ar ipii' e noruin" to be , rurcl', rit. tile RuIkds joard ' ,r the cuuu-clcrlt: [Crsons to <; 5 i,, and ,\hal us 1 not, good _.,1 Ic included in the fur be -y l·iL t k ii the `lirill re 1.'ýi tl~ Jtotc loard, raid. ag i4 t1,1 tli me111 sJxak of y ie , ute~\ fewyads -of I-l tul o tur juine ago 1':f";c 1111 u I: . Idvocaing , 11u iall;: l portion Sii-trict (u inch w oul~l have aru 1ed I to e" i\ Spirit. I. -r its ai b ll ccuncut of r iii 1crt tcn ia ier; work of 4 :it quahl. wicl is the chea 1!: iut~ cau...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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WOLFES SCHNAPPS THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVIII. FORBIDDED FRUIT IS SWEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

I . 1 f~T iFD . •THE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER. XVIII. FORBIDDEN FRUIT IS SWEET. CGaptain Beresford had certainly heard of the dangers which, in fairy tale or history, surround those golden clusters which are called forbidden fruit, but nevertheless he hovered :round it, deaf to conscience, conmmon. :ense, uad prudenoe. The sight of Ida xias to him liko water .to.. the. a ,iclrt or res -to the weary; He .had,: Ylofiged. f6o her wi-ic su -nv no pat- S once; that it had worn him out like"a' positive fever, and he went about look ing a mere shadow of his former self. All along he know that he was a fool, for first she was engaged.to his friend, and now she was the wife- of another map. Still, he told himself that it. it was a pleasure to him to see her, he could do no harm by.diving down I, St. John's Wood whenever he had the chance. Her husband left her too much to -herself, and it was only an adt of Christian chaiity to cheer her solitude. Poor Christian charity has often to bear str...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

'ERTON rai Cash Store tInG ian Friends Cultoal~rs to sta;y. 1Ye are.:: - s' t: asucess.. We the cauatry and the * }e like Our Bus-. rr strive to incrceas it uB~noursble means. GOODS and PICRE S are what count, kjir }vii Conevince You1. ý3-dars hi~t iflt lOOTS b SIIO11 0 GROOERTEB r, Utilt r l ail _ sir data Dart~ rirt. SIergai tin) Addtress omi ATHERTO N IRAM GL iN ai crl Oattie Food of all I: Lancashire lire Insur pro. Lilydaic Ixprena and ai )ill papers. ,UPPLY AziY'.1%iNO int aid voil cant givee r is yuir JUb 1',lT-_\ n i o (1io~ fn.. . '. 4y ,tizcinents, you can give. japer your cairds, dodgers, `. eucelupes. and all-ibusi to execute. The news a nil- it, aid it helps a his printers for setting col ;_l;ucl aned one' FR EE gives your tuon; but it to thle prillcr or job 0L '1 that canI give you t $tr: 1i dud is speneding n10 noune cnor brains in its~i i to build up your dis- I ' CHARLIE BATH PR I60,IETO11 A\I) "T STABLE KiEEPERI, 'iatiincetece to the IResi ;1ýrra ilcee that he has ...

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A HORSE "WRINKLE." [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

A- HORSE "WRINKLE." A correspondent has forwarded to an .cxchange for'the benefit of brother far mers a method for teaching a young horse to back into a loaded dray, which he has never-known to fail. In backing a horse into the shafts of a loaded vehicle, it. constantly happens that the horse strikes the points of one of the shafts,' and, becoming nervous, refuses to go into his place. Some horses in swinging from side to side, knock down the shafts or tip u1P the cart, with the .result of breakages. A simple remedy is to make fast a rope or. rein to the shaft on the near side by two half hit ches, run forward the. rope on the in side of the shaft past the horse, and, holding it taut, back the animal along the rope. If he starts away from the rope at. first, he is clear of all obstruc tions. When .he finds that it is to a certain extent yielding, and does not hurt. him, he gains confidence, and, guided, by the pressure of the rope, passes the point of the shalt without any encounter...

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Application for grant of letters pa tent,- which' have been lodged in the fol:owing names have been accepted t ie commissioner :- Messrs. G. G. Turri and Co., patent attoineys, No. 1, of Australia, of the liialto, 499 Collins street, Melbourne, nave prepared this report from the ci uciil records: Making Hydraulic Cement.-Earths are treated by acids, heat, etc.--Mr. V A. A. akley, New South Wales. Collapsing Food Saxe.----A sheet me tal safe has its sides with sliding fly fly prof scroll jiiuts, tiere being other special details.-Messrs. A. Simpson and Son, purchasers from H. F. 'Uouga, South Australia. irots and Collings of Concrete. i,,eso are made iu situ by pouring ce ,inat over a centering into moulds. .Decorative effects are securable. The whole combines strength, attractive ness and economy.-Mr. S. B. Mar chant, South Australia. Water Sprayer.-A frame containing nozzles is mounted on ground rollers and tholhose is attached.-Mr. W. H. Orawley, NeWr South W...

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

lublio Notices. Dancing and Physical Culture Classes. CROYDON iMECHILNICS' INSTI - TUITE. Children, frot 4 to 6 p.m. Six pence per lesso . Adults-... Dancing .Class. h4 to 1).45 p.m, 12s Gd pr'terni :.of 12 lessons. :-Terms 'Ia advance. 1MISS LAWRl NCE and MIISS . KIRK will open classes as above a . ·? ·...-? . SPECI.A.L Giant Asters,- Stocks, Pansies and all Flower and ccgetaible Seeds. M-y hardy. cold climate Fruit trecs Rose plants, Shrubs,- etc., grow vig orously -when transplanted to milder districts. SMITH'S SEEDS AND PLANTS are: SOLD on HONOR. TRY THEM. Cash Orders delivered Freight Paid to any Railway Station. Calalog urs free on application. GEO. SMII?I SEED & PLANT MERCHANT, BALLARAT. Est. 1864 FEDERAL CASH STORE. H. LEACH Proprietor. No necessity, to: go to ,. ;ourne to make purchases to save "money. -ou carn do"so riglit her: ani now. You: have beenilooking for a shop ike this Now <you have it. My tack is large .and varied, and of .he. very best -quali...

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HODDLE'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

HODDLE'S CREEK; (Fromn Our O vn COurel:oind-rnt.) Patriotic Fuind Social and Danucc tllbough ithe -inclemenl t weather causedi a rather small attendance at our Social in aid of the State School 1aLttiotic .Fund,- the fuuc - tion may be -described as it'. suc cess. Those who braved the clc mcnts were- rewarded with a, very pleasa.nt time.. Dancing, songs, and recitations, passed the cvoning away pleasantl. The dutieis"of musician and MI.C. were iespectively dischar gcd- by Messrs Albert, and Stan \\orlev. Others wiho contributed to th eve cning's entertainment were - !iss ilma rmnithb recitation; Messr.s 1V. I?oadknighit anld i. Kiddle ahlo ,we reccitatioi-s. Songs were rcn - I-red b.v Mir Butllr (comic), Mesasrs E. nimith, Stan OU'Keefe, and Master Ernie Smitli. .Rcefreshments were p.rovided: by lady friends. Thxb pro ceeds of the evening wiill nicely aug ment the efforts of the State school children. TIhe rain which, fell plen tcously. during the cday, altihough .it thinned the att...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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THE WOMAN WITH THE COLORLESS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

THE WOMAN WITH THE - COLORLESS LIFE. From my window I could look down upon her home-a plain, unpretentious place supplied with the necessities, but void of all luxuries. She dres sed plainly, almost to the verge of shabbiness. he town was small, so shabbinness. The town was small, so without the slightest effort on my part. I found that Mrs Platte had no social life; she was never seen at any public affair, nor did I ever know of her making formal calls. One dull afternoon I stood at the window with a friend looking at the Platte house. "What a colorless, uneventful life Mrs Platte leads," I said. "I'm sure I should go distracted if I were she." Stc!la smiled "Do you think so?" she said. "Perhaps you have the wrong perspectinve. You know life, after all, is very much like a painting- it all depends upon the angle that we view it from- " She broke off suddenly. "Come and get a 'nhange of pcrspective!" she cried. In the sleet and rain we set forth. "I want to see Mrs Harris,"' said St...

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New Police Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

New Police Magistrate Mr S. J.. Goldsmith, the new police. :nagistrate'succeeding Mr-Readl Mur: phy, P,M., took his seat for the-first aime on the 1H-ealesville bench on rhursday, .haying for his colleagues MIessrs Jolliffe and Privett, J's,- P. Mr.,Kelly, on behalf of the Bar, .velcomed His Worship to the dis ctit. He said Mr Goldsmith had had such a triumphal entry into the various courts about tne city that. it must become a pleasant monotony to beso often welcomed. He (Mr Kelly) lisured hiri that so far as:theiHeales ville court was concerned,, his visits to the place would be in keeping with the district and be a holiday'trip to 3one of the pleasure spots of the pir. cuit. He would receive.every assis tance from those on the Bench and the officers with whom he would come in contact. In-conclusion, Mr Kelly hoped that the new magistrate's ca reer in this district would be as pleas mnt as that experienced in others. Messrs Jolliffe and Piivett, on be half of the bench, also welco...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"GENTLEMEN—THE COW!" [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

"GENTLEMEN-THE COWI" It was an American State Dairy Commissioner and Congressman, Hon. H. C. Adams, who wrote in the "Breeders' Gazette" years ago this prose ode to -the cow :--The civilised world pays tribute to the cow. She is one of the few stock concerns of the country that the bondholders have little chance to milk. When she kicks we can kill her-a blessed privilege which might have a wider range. She runs a business college, and teaches men to keep accounts and figure pro fit and loss. She is the symbol of contentment, the one. thing needful in country life. She is life itself to countless children stranded upon the barren bosoms and hollow hearts of a degenerate modern motherhood. She comes in at evening, bringing with her the sweet breath of the meadows, whose velvet turf and crimson clover mingled their fragrance in the dear old summer days. You lean over the -fence as she comes into the yard and stands quietly chewing her cud in the after-glow of the sunset which lightly t...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALESVILLE NEWS. Stone Crusher for Healesville [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

SHEALESVI~LE NEWS. s Stone Crusher for Healesville Is At the last meeting of the Heales Syville Shire council the matter of secur Sing a suitable quarry in the district foi Sroad works cropped up as a result of a passage in the-engineer's report. Or Sheehan said there was a good Squarry on Myer's Creek road which he thought could be secured. If they coulddget a site so convenient aid put in a tram line, they should approach the Government for money for the pur. chase of a stone crusher. They were going to use a lot of metal for mgi ten. ance purposes, and if they had suitable stone in the district, even if it cost ar much as that from other places, the3 would have the advantage of the money being circulated locally, which would be a big thing. He thought the i Roads.B:ard would advance the n oney when they saw the advantages of hav- z ing it circulated in the district. He t moved that Bailiss be ins'ructed to I open a quarry near his place on tht E Myer's Creek road, and that the c ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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REDUCING WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

REDUCING WHEAT. There are thousands of people whose. lives would be happier if they would reduce their weight. Two cardinal rules must be laid down in connec tion with this question of fat reduc tion. (1) The reduction must not be too rapid, or weakness will result. When you see an advertisement an nouncing a rapid reduction of flesh, avoid the stuff as you would the plague. It is dangerous. It pro bably contains some acid which pre vents the digestion of food; it may accomplish what it claims and reduce the fat, but the end of the treatment finds the patient thin and with a ruined digestion. (2) The reduction of the quantity of food taken is far more important than changing the dietary. For instance a man may be told that potatoes are fattening, but that he may take lean meat. So, in his daily dietary, he leaves off half a pound of potatoes and eats an extra three-quarters of a pound of lean meat. Result-hle puts on a quarter of a pound of flesh and declares the treat ment to be fa...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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YARRA GLEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

YARRA GLEN . o-..-.. --.,T --.4 ? . -= A social organiseo byi the Ladies' Committee in aid of the Red Cross Clothing fund- was held.in .the Vic toria Iall last.Friday evening. Tht weather being fine there was a very large gathering, and the takings at the door-amounted to nearly £8. The hall was prettily decorated with greenery, flags, and red white and rblue streamers. The musical part of of the programme was as follows: Nathional Anthem.' by the whole company; song, Miss-E. Jack; recita tion, Mr Walsh; song, "The Black Watch," Mr J. Walker; recitation, "The Battle of Waterloo," Miss Dolly Smedley; pianoforte solo, Miss F. Herbert; recitation, Mr Walsh; piano forte solo; Miss Jack; song, Miss E. Jack; song, "Roses," Mr J. C. Bell. Games and dancing were then in dulged in, and at 10.30. supper was served, and dancing resumed. After the: singing of the National Anthem and "Auld Lang Syne," the company dispersed after spending a very en joyable evening. The Ladies' Com mittee are very...

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

~Practical' Boot and Shoe Maker' YARRA JUNCTION. Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. All work done on prem ises at lowest prices conpaqtible with good material and workmanship. Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends foi them throughout the Commonwealth. They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor- : ative charm, and inexpensive, ' can .be washed down and do not collect dust and vermin. Catalogs and lesigns free. Ahe WVNDE LICEI PATTET CEILINGG & I10 FI'G Co. Ltd 123 :seen Stroec, MeaGlbuzne. For Consipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, P" 'Headache, Indigestion. A Delightful Farily Medicine LILYDALE BUTCHERING 00 .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, M3utton, Corned Beef, Pork. and Tongues always obtain able -at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods- a Speciality. CAVE IIILL BACON: and CIIEESE always on hand. Customerswaited upon daily and orders promptly attended to. Accominodation HIouses ...

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Severance and Amalgamation [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

Severance and Arnalganiatiod .'The following letter appeared in a recent issue of the "Reporter" :- Dear Sir,--Any scheme of anmalga mation or severance arising wvithin the Munawading shire should take 'into consideration the position of the ad joining municipalities. There can be little doubt that if the local govern ment act amending .bill, introduced by Mr Lawson, .minis:ter of lands. which is now before parliament, be: comes law, there will be a good deal of amalgamation of municipalities throughout the state. The bill gives power to the governor-in council; sub ject to ceittin provisions,-but without thT lieretofore necessary petition, to unite any borough, which on a i! rate cannot raise £300 per annum, cr any shire which on a I/ rate cannot- raise £1500 per annum, to any other, mu: nicipaliiy, which would.with the ad ded portion form one continuous area; or.similarly to sever any such borough or shire and annex the parts to other contiguous municipalities, There were last yea...

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PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS—A REPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 25 September 1914

PREFERENC LTO ' UNIONISTS-A REPLY! 51 \ir C re wood0 iti `your: list. issue made a great Lattte?mptl t p1rove that because .Mr Maxicell's opposi 'ion: to t.ithe principle of Prieferenc to Un:ionists .seemed inconsistent Silh is :profession 'Is a barrister , -is fairt.. liemiight, as well tlr 'o prove; tiat twto blacks make a ,'-hite. l.He 'oes on to say . that the 100,00t aade unionist., paid the 7ost of securing the improved con litii)nsa;wl i h t:h e :700.0 0 non-union ists - work- under.. ,Now Sir, I have uever jet-6 ha.rd of a trade union .woring for tie.c good of the' non ,nmionist, but, ratihet, do they cou sider hun a 'scaUb;' or- som?ethiug worse ;at a:nyrate, tuhey .are work iag: to their utimost tostostop bit ob u.aiing the means of earning , liv ing.. Ir ".Greenwood's own figures prove .that the Unionists' hide is Sonil surpassed by that of the Kaiser by putting on tie statute book that 'their one-third of .the. workers of Australia should have pircerence ov tr the remain...

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