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Rangers Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

,aing-r's t p .rt. 1?ihe i an?e, M1r W. T. 1:ill, re pcirted that since list meeting he had impounded .18 headq of stock; hI~Ug 15 ;:ad I ad brea aeclea.ed. Tihe President moved that a let ter ,f condolence and sympathy bc sent to Cr lpuget, who had recently suffered a Lercavemcnt in the death of his father, who had. been an old andhL ighly respected resident of t?e tiWe district, and the council wished to extend their sympathy to the bereaved family.-'?he motion was carried. Cr 3M'Alpin moved that a letter of condolence be sent to Mrs Evans, in the loss of her husband, the Hon. W. J. Evans.-Carried. Cr hBurgi moved that it be left for the East riding councillors to say whiait portion of road making be gone on with.-Cartied. Cr M'Alpin moved and Cr Blair seconded that tenders be called for the horse work for the road ma - ciinte for the East Riding.-Carried. Cr l'Ghce moved that tenders be called for horse work i' Ncrtih Western riding.-Carried. 'Cr Blair moved that secretary write ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Health Officer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

Health Officer's Rieport. lhe llealth officer N.W. Riding ('J ist ble Brav) reported that, he 'ad. iaspected :tlc : -p-etuises occu 'pied by the cales family ut inigwood ,?here ui outbreak of ;'ih:theita had: occurred, recently. "hie house bad bek:dcisinifected with ulp:.u , ndl ?: now ~ $ n. S ounxd-kbeper's Report. The Pound-keeper, MBr F. Benyan, "eported as follows :-Pound fees re ýived LG uls 9d, pound sales 4s id, paid to treasurer L6 16Gs 3d; num ):r of cattle in pound ]a.st report -' impounded s:nce 24, relea:ed 23, old 2, now in pound 1.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BESIEGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

BESIEGED. (By an Ex-War Correspondent ) The siege of Ladysmith was a smal affair compared with, say, the siege el Liege or the siege of historic Mons, We, who were shut up in the Natal town witnessed no terrible carnage, nc capturing and recapturing of the place. No streets there were eves blacked with the dead. Yet every one within the encircling light of Bri tish troops thought the siege real enough, and sufficiently supplied with stirring adventures and hair-breadth escapes.-. It was much the same at Kimberley and at Mafeking, as at Ladysmith. There were no forts at any of the besieged towns in South Africa. The British big guns alone, in a sense, provided the necessary protection. It was these big guns and their shrapnel that kept the enemy at a respectful distance. Very seldom at Ladysmith did the Boers advance beyond their lines of investment. They knew that within those lines,- their fate would be to encounter not only field artillery and quickfiiers, but also the dreaded lan...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Engineer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

.Engineer's ,Report. 1lthe Shlie -ungiueer (\Mr I~atnil tou Sinclair) ro{lorted as follows : Athenaeunm ?ldi -'he lighting of Ehe body of this hall, has been gieatly improved by tie .new lamps Acu therein. The l ghtdng or bit part oL: the hall beliuu the ýtrc en-.ium is stil Unsatisfactory. ti' - recommended that :two i small lamps: similar to thoseiua the body o. the all be .plLýei1 ticOýe : --The lamps reqtuited wiere ordered o :be erected. . \or.: Iload.--lce iasl:ected the vork. douc by . J. RIeidy under his outiact for grubbing ald forming o cha.is of this road. -The. aorn, ione consists of about six chaius. Sploughigii only. lThe amourit of 'eposil lodged is .2~'s. --Moved by, Crs, M'Alpia and Blair that no aliowance be . made and.dc posit be forfeited. Stone Crusher.-The. Traralgon council desired to :know whether. his counciL, would hire ithe crusher; and if so at what price. Coutracts.--All tue contracts for ain?tenance metal are now coim -leted. . 'he only maintenance con ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEIR TO AUSTRIAN THRONE. ARCHDUKE CHARLES POPULAR WITH PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

HEIR TO AUSTRIAN THRONE. ARCHDUKE CHARLES POPULAR WITH PEOPLE. -The Archduke Charles Francis Jo seph, tilhe new heir-presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife, the Archduchess Zita, both speak English fluently (writes a correspond ent from Vienna). The young couple are modern, lively, amiable and per fecly natural young people. Thie archduchess, who is twenty-two, has rather more dignity than the arch duke, twenty-seven, who is all good fellowship, but this way of hers is the way of young mothers, proud of their offspring. After a year's marriage she brought4nto the world a sturdy lit tle boy, another heir to the throne of Hapsburg, who was two years old in \Novrauu. ~ne followed her moth er's advice, and nursed the babe her self. This spring a daughter was born, to whom the archduchess is a devoted mother who gives up a great deal of nlrb'm.re to spend her time in the nursery. AlRtODUCHESS LIVED MODESTLY Since her marriagý the archduchess has lived in much more modes...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Treasurer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

Tr¢csuror'a .Ileport. The treasurer r1ported.that rates iakd .bca. recciveu amgout-utg to jo36, iacludmin rates current L203 is 5d, akrears ol rates -L10 8s 8d, mproveicnt rates 2s 6d, sepanrLt ,.ate LG 7s 2d, interest on lates A Is -lid, pan lees Liydale L1U s do. Riugwood LI lis 2d, do. Jroydon Uls 2d, dog fees Ll 5s, joumd tees L( lls ,d, hire of hal "i, library subscrapýions .Us, b;.es tass fees 2s ,Ud, uovt; grant L120 is 1Od, extra rate L2 -Is' d, "hire trf 'oad im;achie _.2, .police court ues .Us Ud, paai service L1, joint vorks L3 LUsi, pouud . sales s lid, contracturs' deposits Ll12 l~s slaks s, rents ;s, surplus roads b, lb s .ale ce'tiicate i:, exchango? on chleues 2s Gd. B3iuk A.uco6mt-T o balaunce iii uauk list -report L157 2s 8d, iaid into bau .i Lo3 Us bd, _uuprt-, sented cheques LIUO 4s 3d, bi.lance ,.ue baux' ahis repuit 14'62 '4s Ud, ootal L1255 18s 2d. By .unpresen , xd cheques last, report J.93 lbs tl'J, heques drawu L1156 3s gd, ex hauge on cheques 17s (d, total...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEEDING YOUNG CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

F?EDING YOUNG CALVES. The greatest mistake made with young calves, that is, calves from the time they are born until they are two or three months old, is overfeeding. It .one feeds whole milk there is no dan ger. Nature has made whole milk so that the calf can take all of it that -you can coax it to take without in jurious effects. But when your un balance the ration by taking the fat out of the milk, and then try to make up by feeding a larger quantity of skim milk, serious results may follow. When calves begin to scour after they have been started on skim-milk, it is al most absolutely sure that you are over-feeding. Cut down the milk. It is barely possible, of course, that you are feeding the milk cold. This ought not to be. The young calf ought to have the skim-milk direct from the separator, or if the milk goes to the creamery and comes back cold, then it should be warmed up. There is no better stay to do this than to have a little agricultural steam boiler and turn the hose in...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Account. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

- iAccouu. - The following acco'rnti wcrŽ 1 as ýsd for,.. paymentn :-Genial L1100d·1O 11 8d, Loam No. 8 L29 3s, Loan To. 1.0 L&13 14s &d, Loan No. 11 334 19 .

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. There could not well have been a much more complete combination of ciiculustaucos against the Royal Agri cuftural Soeiety's show than that which has beset the function this year. Drought, war, fire, and storm have united to mar its success. It has not seemed much like show week. rue crlowds from rural di-trii us have Ihen small, compared to those of the fat years that we look back upon with a sigh. Of course, the drought is responsiLIo for that. The war is n. t affecting the country as it is the city, where so much employment de pends upon unfettered oversea trade. It is the gaunt, arid sceptre, which is the curse of this otherwise favored, land, that has barred the way to the annual pilgrimage to the show grounds at Flemington, which is one of the chicf events of the year for so many of those on the laud. City business peoplo who rely upon the big influx of good spenders that is customary at this season to swell the returns, are con-slquently lamenti:;g. But what ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rate Collector's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

(Rah'e ColIecor's Ileporý. The rate collector, fr G.. A PaT, "eported that the following rates 'iad boen received :--General rate cr203 Os 5d, arrears L10 8s Sd, in erest L7 Is Id, exchange on cheq ies 2s Gd S.W. Riding-Current 1'A58 10s 4d, arrears L5 19s 9d, nt-erest TLO G6s 2d, exchange 2s Gd, otal 31(9 18s 9d; N.W. Riding-u Cfurrent 1. 2s 9d, arrears 8s lid. interest Gs ad, total LS 18s 'ld ?.ast Riding--Current L3G is 4d. .arears L4, 'interest L1 8s Gd, to -at 141 i15s l0d ; Extra rats ar? airs- L2 is 2d, interest 4s 6d; to tal L2 Os 7d ; Separate : current ;4 18s 10- iarrears L1 8s 3?d, interest 11s 5d, . total- LG 18s 7d. nmprovement. pan rates .2s 6d; Pal fees: Lilydale T10 ls, Ringwood T4 14s. d, Croydon ils 2d, total 'A5 Gs 4d; D)og.registration : NortJ, West Riding L1i s; South West 'iding- is, total 11 O1s.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LUBRICATING AXLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

LUBRICATING AXLES. (il to axles is best governed bIy cti. Ilce of "little and often" (writes :, Caniltdian colltenlllorary.) If too noinlc :s used it exudes at the eCnds, gaillherc dust, and tthus tl.e les-enicig f th fi'ictioci is not so great, wlld oil " Ib-inag wasted. In nearly ever\ C(" where the lubricant is wastedl iti stlff not fit to be usedl, cor a Ilubricant costs enough to keep th' average main from alhlowing it to ,S,. Oil that "glins" much is miltILu icc used. Castor oil is a splendid cl lt-. .,. fi" axiles, bIut ulsccl alo'e -icc' too much. This is corrected 1' t! addition of kero-ene or lard. `owi' waggons are yet made unpro\vid cccil' imetal shields or "thimcile ', 1 ,c hIanded with steel; for the e som?e ti low may be used, as it is one I1 i!t best lubricants \\hel iron and w\clo :ce brought in contact. Pine-tar , - good addition to the lubricbnt ior : gon axles and is a lart of most Io tii, ";xio greases" sold. pl'lumbgo I aniother good addition; its live p. ticle...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE ; .HOW. SOME SECURED SUCCESS, 1. Cultivate 'and perfect yaur ideas Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however,, sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. - Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patenteses. 2. If that workman or foremn , or your ingenious friend has produced a .clever invention put him on the track. of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsend, an editor, says of the "Inventors Guide," "I am recom mended it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I have seen. It should do a lot of good.. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive to about by telling him where he can obtain...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

ILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL . 0DAY, SEPTEMBER, 28. S(, Wa la'e ("r'sidl1Dt), 1c 0t, -X1'uC-l e, Burgi, Blair, .r. ,ro-ii e l;nd 31r "Iaimilton ?ir (sii:re sc;rctarHy.) I Vlo y was received, from Cr S1311o wi. uldnable to' be pro i' ocouulnt of an accident -to 1. niI' the previous r a.turdav. elssitatd liS( a.ttenlanice t l,.il:C. 'll'he upology mas ',1ld tile Impathy of his < ourcillor. expres:'d; C'orrepl'"duecce I IDeflc l-ep ritm lit ta .k | for t111.dnalin of .LI100 eidIouls Ji.d. givi"ng a a-I t. lilntenance ol -1Jt ]ale-sville Ro:d L6(;O. \llrton l jlo:Ld L200, Sloll S -oa1d JiUv0. Ya-r:l. (ln u Roadcl llMout -D:Iud'"n.g Ioad L200. rd-Warrandytlte Io:td L75. 'lii ""nOed ;and Cr Burgi se td hat thle c'lincCr be asked Srt t next o, ci i(ng wbhat wrk Sto bIl dIIie. c frwa;rdigll copvy of report . ii-t-lnt cingili.c r to tihe Saud A:t 1u til t limaintenance sli; n)t I ccl ' 1). e Ld iJu -I u -satis: -i..rulia r. aid suggasting tkuai" Ste.r m"uout of blinding' be 1 dlirecrt 'f...

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TAKE TIME TO REPAIR FARM MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

TAKE TIME TO REPAIR FARM MACHINERY. The rainy dav 1ifords a god "1 tnty or i ra repair ot fla z 1;1W chinery. If a nan has c.t.a tosis of his o01, Ioe " ti e ego t 'ready that 1neds to jtoh wille i'P. il I lalf day tile'o ?fhl cverything in good sh?e for Inil l: uomilnal cost. Tle"]'c n?.0l"J 't'hr niers who do not Put ti th',c hl?a away in tleo , "'".t]illn Until I ' tr 1scn tlat all niecessIor rim n" iuinde to put them in gool i shape for thie next ye' . will I doubt a good p'l"n ?~lll ?go it bI?e with alny respiolloibili t the pr o i . ot. iNealto . n?i, Iblt it is a goodone. bkecl arl, worries along ?msurprised )Ot.O .. ' 1en1 tile wholo, tlllg goes ba'. lil"'the wonderful o0110 hoss y. Vonelr " olie ed i'rs, hal l b1'l' '" p)oinled in Denimnlrk.

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") Interest is now being centred in the two-year-olds, which will have their first outing in public at Flem iugton on Saturday. 'ire race in which the youngsters are to be intro duced to the public, the Maribyrnoug Trial Stakes, Is now worith £1,500, so that it must be put down as quite an important item in the Spring cam paign. In these scrambles with a team of uneducated youngsters in the field, anything might happen. But with a clean jump away, Pretty Bobby may be expected to make merry travelling over the four and a half furlongs. Another of the youngsters that might be heard of in connection with this race is Duverney, a smart little Bobadil colt, who will carry Mr. J. L, Currie's colors. Of J. Scobie's lot the best appears to be a chestnut colt named Two (by The Welkin from Seville). He can' go very smartly in private. Nothing more will after all, be seen of Beragoon on the Turf. The Mul tiform colt is amiss again, and no fur ther effort will -be m...

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WHAT WAR INVOLVES. THE INTERNATIONAL RULES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

WHAT WAR INVOLVES. -THE INT?ERNATIONAL RULES. What' is vair, what does it imply, and wha? ?nre its effects? "The pre sumed objedt of war," says one of the greatest authorities on international law, "being to cripple the enemy's oammerce and to capture his pro perty; a state of war im plies a prohibition of commercial in tercourse and correspondence with the inhabitants of the enemy's country. Therefore all such intercourse, without the license of the Crown, is illegal." When a country declares war against another country, all the subjects of the- one become enemies to all the subjects of the other. It is interest ing to note that a formal declaration of war is not necessary. In the pre sent instance, it would seem that Ger iiany and France were involved with oit the formality of a declaration, and the sensational articles published aboilt a year ago, when ofticers of both the German and the English nav ies predicted that if war were ever to exist between them, neither would wait for...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FRENCH FORTRESSES. A STRONG FRONTIER. HEIGHTS CROWNED WITH GUNS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

Ie THi r-HE.CH FORTRESSES. e A STRONG FRONTIER. HEIGHTS CROWNED WITH GUNS d e An instructive and interesting de scription or Tee Franco-German fron e tier and the strongly fortified positions e on its French side, was given by Mr. - Demetrius C. Boulger in the Con temporary Review, in an article writ-. c ten some time ago. The, strength of these forts compared with'those on the Belgian frontier, explains the German purpose in invading France -througliw Belgium. There is no other frontier in .:the Sworld that in any way resembles tliat which extend~ for 340 kilometres or p about 212 English miles, from, say, I the Swiss district of Porrentruy to the ruins of the once famous Abbey of Orval in Belgium, says Mrs. Boul ger. At a short and varying distance from an arbitrary line,' drawn .without symmetry and in recgless disregard of even local convenience by an intolerant victor in 1871, France 'has' construct ed with immense patience, and at an enormous cost in 30 years a fortified barri...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

- Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. The':new c postal rates, including the penny postage.' on letters, came into force on. Mondu.dy, May- 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: THROUGHOUT THE COMMION WEALTHI AND PAPUA; Letters, id: per _oz. Letter Cards, single,:,ld" each. Do. r epl, - d each half. " Post Cards, single;- 1d 'each. Do. reply,- d each half. Priunted Papers, O.d per 2oz. Books, printcd-Outside Australia, 01 per 'toz. ; in Australia, 7.0-d per Soz. 80. - 1laga?z ics-Prin ted. in. Australia, 0'd per Suz.; :outside Australia; OAd peri 4oz. "llansard," 0'c1 per 12oz. Commr'rcial papers, patterns, sam plcs and merchandise, Id per 2oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Letters from the .Commonwealth to the. United Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, Id per bz.- . NEW ZEAL'AND ANDI TIIE ISL-AND;. Tile rates of New Zealand, Fiji, aiid British_Solomon Islands'are: Letters, Id per loz. - Post Cards, single, Id. Do. r eply, id each hal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

Li YDALE: CARRYING'8:BUSINE A, J:, P0OYNEI S LICENSED CARRIER. AkI :TRAINS. MET. Orders Promitly Attended To. "ýCHARGES MODERAT] FURNITUR' l RMOVED At Shortest Notice. -W. J SEBIRE, CARPE NTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. 1'RICES SUBMITTED FOR AL KINDS OF WORK. JOBBING W\JOI- A SPECIALITY ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING G: EEsX.TE ROOM! firi WISHES to cour y his Tianks t the Lilydale public for the gene] ous. support given him: during th past year, which has been very -lit eral indeed. Also to intimate tha he has purchased a very Fine Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES NOVELTIES. NOVELT1ES NOVELTIES. . NOVELTIEf CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY, well worthy of insiection. The VEGETABLES and FRUI are Good this- week and CHEAP. Wishing all Patrons the Compli 'ents of the Season. BAKER & IPASTRY COOK Wisha-.* imunate to the Resi dents of LILYTALE and surround ing Distriots that he is now carry ing 'c. Business in MAIN ST., a.n p--- -, b" courtesy an...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 2 October 1914

l?:UiRCII SERVICES -y· --- ------ *lipnman Catholic-1st Sunday in the norith-ltiass-at Lilydale, 9, 1it chain 11; 2nd -Stnday, Ringwood 9, Lilydale 11; 3rd Sunday, Mitcham 9, Lilydale -11; 4th Sunday, Croy. don 9 Lilydale 11. Church of England-Lilyda! e 11 & 7 p.I..; Yering 3 p.m. - Methodist Church-Lilydale, 11 aind 7; Wandi.; 3 and 7; Seville, 11; Gruyere 3; Evelyn 3; Yering, 2.30. Presbyterian Church-Lilyidale 11 and 7, Croydon 3; Ringwood 7 p.m. Ba ptist Church- Lilydale i. and I ; Pantok ill 3..p.m; Croydon 11. Church of Chrlist-Croydon 11' and 7 p;m. -Salvation Army-Lilydale a.m:; Yarra Junction 3 p;m.

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