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WONGA PARK SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 24 April 1914

WONGA PARK :SHOW. . The \Wo,"a ...ruitdiouoewrs. -? i ~oci ' iu's .ulnuu:il;iall' ls;o i. as held ta Taster Mnirday, S The Hon. EI.. I-: C'im?ron ;M A wl;o was introducede by? fr .?' Pain -ter (president of the s:ocity);, infor Snmally declaring. the Rshow o:pei g said he was pleased to:i coi?ly with e the. committee's, reques;t to ittend and perform the :agreeable operation: , of declaring the show* open.:: (A13 - plause). He hand been showhi around Sthe IHall, and had l..icwed thl e ex Ihibits and \wýas pleased :with thei line array and the ciialihty of sami'c It was a? most, creditabl- display. considering the dryi season. :I-re was not at the preself?" time ini tihe best of ,health, but thoughlt he wx otild like to once more visit Wo'iga. Prtilk. lHe trusted that. the Isholi would bie a success .and therefore dcclared it open.. (AppIlaus). The speechifying this ear- wtias nirtailed a; great deal, butri lFred Topping (see:) proposed .a hlonearty-. vote of thainks to the "judges- ...

SLATEY CLEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 24 April 1914

SLATEY 'CLEEK. From Our Own Correspondent. A Big Industry.--The Powelltowi mill and works have been closed down for a period of live or six weeks pending alterations to maclh inery. M\r O'CUonior. who has bceen maniaging since the start of th.ii mill. has gone back to ew. Zea'land, anid his~ .:pl-ce Ihas been taken Ib,,thlie rani ager from there. I. took a, run out'to the works last week and was surpri sed at the machinery I hey haviein stalled; in fact, it rivals the Orica tal kawmills ini Geelong; which are supposed to be the largest and most up-to-date mills in Victoria. It would well repay a visit from towns people as the scencry along .the line is very pretty. Our Scenery--'The scenery in this district laes hitherto been almhnost neglected, owiang to the bad state of the roads. Sonlicof our fern; va1 leys compare most favorably with those of the better advertised bea uty spots ol'- Victoria, and now that the line runs through sonime of the best scenery, we are in hopes of soon ...

Railway Commissioners Visit Evelyn [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

Railway Commissioners Visit Evelyn (From Our Own Correspondent.) The "la.ilway Coiminissioners, ohi tour. were met. at the Evelyn rail wa.v station on Tuesday morning of last wcck byI representatives of Mon hulk, Silvan,l tundl a Evely-n. Their zi lquests were voiced l)b Messrs. II. -Henderson; IHI: Smith, A. Meyer, - Jones, and Flergus Scott. lncrea sed goods shed. scpmmnodation was first asked for, and granted. The questioun of erectiug; a bruIc was held- over till increased traffic war ranted the expense. As to the con gested yard, the commissioltqrs said it would in futnue he kelft eleir. the. Governenel.t nod to be stored on the bank. ' lie comumissioniers gave an unfavoidh'e reply to the request that -the high bank at; the cut rance to the station on the good side be reduced in order tha.t. a clearer irun arnd increased' acconuno dation 'be obtained. They pronmi sed to erect a ver-midah in front 'o: h:e fruit shed to shelter perishlible products fromn the weather. Addit ioiant...

FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

F? OOTBALL -4 -__ _ " Liiydalc _playcd the Dunlop Rub ber Co.'s team on Saturday last on the former's groliud. The result was an : easy win: for Lilyda~le by- 17 -6oals 19 behinds to 2 goals 2 be hinds. ir ?W. B]3eais satisfactorily oarried :out the duties- of h?eld umpire". 1While the match was in progress one of the Lilvdale players had L1 8s Gd s~tolcn from his clo tlhing, which was left hanging in the diessing-room. lThe matter hIa. been reported- to the police, aand in future 'none but, players vill b3 .A1 lowed in the dressing room.

Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

Orange "Blossomls, The marriage of Miss Ellen C. Poyett, second daughter of .Mr J.T B. Poyett, of Croydon, with MiJf Ly.cestcr Gregory, of North Carlton.' was celebrated at the residence of the bride's 'sister (Mrs Clayton) oil Thursday afternoon, April 9th, the officiating clergymanlj being the Rev. IH, 3I. Burns, of Lilyda.le. 'het bride, who was given away by her father. was gowned in cream silk, richly embroidered,. with wreath and veil accompanying. The travelling dress consisted of grey\ cloth cos tume, with hat of grey pan velvet. trimmed with a beautiful ostrictr feather. The bridesmaid, 'Miss Ag nes Poyett (kister of the bride) was dressed i I cream, with hat to ulatclh. The wedding breakfast- was after wards partaken of. -it 'which amnerous toasts were proposed and responded to. The happy couple left by motor, amid showers of con fetti, on the first stage of thei4, hoCnymoon. '

HODDLE'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

SHODDItE'S CREEK. -5 ----WO--- . We are keeping alive on the Creek On .i ridav night., thanks to the. cf forts of a. small local committee. a pleasant little dance was got up. ,fuqsic was. provided by Mr B. McAl eese, of Woori Yallock and Mif W. Staftf ably discharged the duties of JB.C:. Recitations and songs were rehdered during the intervals by 31r E. mitlh amid Mr Driscoll To de fray cost fof refreshments and hire of hall a charge of is wfs miade for ctl(leineui. ladies being admitted f free. ''The success of the gathering should encourage thie promoters to furtlhcr efforts during the winter to add a little .variety to life in this tathler, out: of the way though pleas alt. spot. We ihave conic in for our s'drir of ,he cgenlleal downpour' of rain dur ing the past iweek, and stock-owners .hould feel lgss anxiety regarding .he supply of winter feed for the We ti:re looking 'irward to beiing able to Iet aboutt; a. bit more con-' fortably during"th'e coming winter, as with the aid ....

Lilydale Express FRIDAY, MAY, 1, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

he I~l~ wrl,? "_?" ll ?-- 'qlli,---; _IL, · " --" FRIDAY, MAYX, -1 1914. - Str You canu, with a good grace. aisk for insertion of a refport of a, public vent .wl:~ -i the n sespaper his -done- cc the Printing -Too maiiy folk ac- the di ither :-ýay-give tli. other fellow J. 0he printing; and ask-the paper,man el to "-slpcnd money writing and pub-: fishing a report. 3 he.-c appointinent ;of MIr Jaries Stleveins, : f -Launcliin :P1 'lace, :as a T Ju;stice of 'the Peace has nmet a lon;g tellt wlalt :Ir: Steveins a-ttended the Lati . . .ittin :of thef r V blirtoii 'conit aidiij ? was forInia:ll.'iiel cornedl t the benlih by Mt Rea; d Miurphliy .M ig-Mr1i Reg Kell"Re (on ha c hi':L[ of.? tihe Lar) ". m :- Constaobl uiwic;i (o behihalf .of :tiue p1)vice.) - * * - . i On Monday. M;1v.ath, Stewartand Woo? will hold ian unireserved clear-' iing s.:s;le of stck;,'t furili ture. iaple-' inclets, etc., at 1iv6lci Se ad vertisemient for particulars. After the 4tli (f lMay the 7.>7 n..m.,train ...

IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE.NOW? - * Miss E. Tennyson Jesso, the autlihor of "The Milky Way,"' a - novel much read in England just now, gave an answer to an iiterviewer; the answer of the best type of 'nodern woman, denying that romance should be cou fined merely to love in its narrow sense. ''Why,'" said she; "'surely this country that has produce flyinig is as romantic as any there has been." But the ilterviewer ipersisted in regarding the word as firmly. linked with ''love.'' Romance, as implying glamour, hew ever, Miss. Jessie hates. "Glamour .admits no faults. It is illusion. It idealises a man, and when the -fact -is realised'-that there are heaps of shortcomings in him loxve flies, for it was given to somebody who lnever existed. "The twentieth century is analytical and not roniantic in love,"?.continued. Miss Tennyson Jesse, anid:a good thing, too. : It saves itself so many blunders and so much pain. I wish the prenlp-. tial period were.nmade less of in a girl's mind by her elders t...

WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

WOMAN .CONDEMNS SMOKING.. "I haven't" much patience with the people who object to smoking, because it is 'unladylike,' :' (says. a London writer.) -'"Cycling -for women was 'unladylike' not very -long ago;-so.was. the wearing of- tailormade. coats alid skirts! For a good many yearsi- the" 'nice girl' never..waltzed?. Shel only. danced i.olkas,. quiulrilles, and so on, and. left waltzing. to the-kind of peo ple who did bun'ny hugs. aid turkiey trots a season or two -back." What you call 'unladylike'- really .depends very iluc<h on. the year in which you were The writer thun goes'.on- to stateo, her real reason tfor disliking smoking, because when stiong meiion wish to gat. into the pink.of condition-boxers, foot ballers, and. forth-they- nearly alwajys give up. smoking. "'Well, I thik. they ought to know what they are doing. -I think that a habit whichr, confessely, doesn't help to build up the organism of a football chanmpion is more than likely -to do downright harm. Io ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

Municipal Noticee. Shire of Upper farra. TENDJ)ERS. . · Tenders will be received :ip tol S1 p.m. on 4th.l? Ma? , 1914, for:- N A 1.--lormitig and metalling -Doina ' ua ng Road, Warburton 2. 1'ormiig" anid metalling I?od dies Creek Road deviation. 6, 3-Consctrution- of Bridge over ir Shepherd's Creek- -iear Broder- C ick'sC Plans nandi specifications may be .spen at .the Shire Ial,1. YarrL a Jun ction, on and after May .1st .: - f. 1L. IMOREIIY, d S Shire Sccretary. SAluction Sales. 1'RDAYl NEXT. MA 2. 191: ? at 1 o'clock ,off thie proiertI j " RANGE VIEW" WOORI -YALLOOK,' tinicr i nstructions fr,,i- \I -. i . J1 opkinfs, 'T. 1i .I MOR'rI'O &? SON.. ,i i ol r OLE.ARING Sal.a: · alihis I HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 1J, ludilng :--''Lapcstry Suito, E.xten sion )ining ) Table (lft Gin). Hall St and. Sideboard (oft ,witht large mirror). Wardrobe (lft.), Pictures, Iucliess ]Pir, \\Washlstand and ware, Ledstc.,ds. Linen Press, Chairs. Cur it.ins, Dresscr, Overmuantle, Kitchen rT'able. Lain...

A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUINE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas as to improvements and inventions. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex peuse, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. The person who gets public opinion of such an invention is on the road -to wealth. He will cease to be a servant; he becomes a proprietor. People who handle things in every. day' use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. 2. . Study the subject of patenting. 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 patentee. 3. If that workman or foreman, or your. ingenious friend has produced a clever invention. put him on the track about patents by tel...

J. N. MARTIN Bootmaker & Reparier Yarra Junction TOOT YOUR OWN HORN. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

Bootmraker & Reparier Yarrai Junction~ STOOT - YO?U?.T OWN .-HORN.;? : A li n is not supposed to 'have much. common sense or 'tact?- yet every time she .lays an egg she cackles forth that- fact. A rooster hasn't got a lot of in tellect to show, but none the less most roosters 1i'ae cnoigh :good sense to crow. Tie .nule, th e most' despised of beasts, has a persistent way of let ting people know he's round by.his insistent bray,. The busy- little bees they buzz, bulls' bellow and cows moo, and watch dogs bark and ganders quack, and doves and pigeons coo. The peacock spreads his tail and, squawks, pigs squeal and robins sing, and oven serpents know enough to hiss. before they. sting. But nian, the greatest masterpiece that Nature could devise, swil ojften stop anid hesitate: beree he'll Ad; t vertige f SSev eral items of news received'too late for this issue. Arrival at Lilly dale on Thursday of matter for pub licatio-n that evenid~g.- iprevents': iii sertion iii that week's i...

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

HOUSEHOLD fHINTS: A -dire for-ants of all kinds, cock. roaches, and any othei pests that. in vade the panty, is green walnuts. Place in the closets, cupboards,:. or ano place--where they are likely to-be. The cure is effectual and the -remedy, clean; When you clean,. the .obony brushes on your -toilet table, rub a little ivase line over the backs h:before you wash the bristles, as this prievents thQ soda or aimmonia in the water from injuriixg the ebony. The vaseline should after wards lic- reinoved by polishing the backs with a dry cloth. To clean much-soiled hands do not go to work roughly with brush and soda water, but loosen the dirt by rubbing the hands well with sweet oil, or even lard or dripping. Then wipe off the grease as much as possible with a piece of soft paper'or old rag, and wash the hands -withlr warn water and soap. To make toast On a gas-ring, get a small round of wire gauze and place over the'-ring. It will get red hot, and bread can be toasted with a fork over i...

WARBURTON. FANCY DRESS BALL [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

WARBURTON. " a p.n In tI FANCY DRESS BALL w thre The fancy dress ball in aid of EV uids for the Roman Catholic .ri hurch. was, " as the 'committee's jiet, fforts fully deserved, a financial f"I". nrd spectacular success. Details .~t ,f some of-the costumes worn are :.ey s follows? - .. ." Mrs Robertson, W.eldon's Fash ions;" Miss Cody, Gipsy Queen ; .viss Ward, Grecian Lgady; Miss Chandler, Quaker; Miss Collings, - Robini Adair; Miss' Stevens, Queen of Hearts; .Miss Hilditch, Lady of the Bath; Miss Brown, - Turkish Princess; Miss Slater, Folly; Miss Gregory, Gipsy; Miss Riddett,-Gipsy; Miss Young, Frost. The trophy, a ladies' um brella, was won b?y Mrs Robert- B son. Great difficqlty was experi enced in choosing the winner, as many' of: the costumes ?-were _ex cellent. Gentlemen i::i faiicy dress.-Mr` Bill, Mrs Pankhhurst; : Mr IManning, Phloee, Mrs Pank hurst's idaughter; Mr Snadlen, Black` and White The tropphy, a m, gehtleman's dressing case; was wonby Mr Bull, who sustained' ca ...

PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. Al?-ome authority states that per fumes, are no longer considered con demned as effeminate. Bath crystals are among the niore popular, forms of perfume, as they. arc refreshing and also. soften the water. -. IPublic tastc now shows.a strong ten 'dney towlirds the mysterious scc?t; so. that the old simple sccits like. violet, rose, and lily of the valley are giving way to perfumes composed of perhasis as mainy as- fifty, different ingredients ---perfumes,. for instince; like Shem-ol Nessim. There is as: much harmolny anadi discord 'in perfufhlery, as in music, Harmony3 in the toilet can only bhe achijoved by the use of the .saine .per fume througl out, wh!ile, -in the mak ing of composite perfumes, theo smallest grain too much or too little of any ingredient will causQ as much discord as when a pianist plays a wronig note. 0, what were skies with?lt. the stars o0, what were ::eartlh ithout the flow ers? And what were life :without- the love of friends? W...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

dle Express OR ALL a nj DISTRIC T 1V'as T-. . Three Special Bargains. (1). No. 1 "Dudley" Accordeon-9gin. 'x 5in., Black. Polished Case, 3 Nickel Stops, 3 rows Bell Metal Reeds, 8&fold Divided Bellows, 10 Bone Keys, 2 Nickel Basses, Leather Handles. 16s. 6d., post free. (2). No. 2 "Dudley" ' Accordeon-103 x 5%in:, Imn.taton Oak Case, 2 Nickel Stops, 2 rows Bell. Metal Fe ds, 8-fold Divided Bellows, 10 Nickel Keys, 2'Nickel a.sses, Leather Handles. 20s., post free. (3). No. 6 "Dudley" Accordeon-10.l x 6in., Case Black Polished Moulding, with Walnut Panels, 4 turned Wooden Stops, 4 rows Bell Metal Reeds, 12-fold Triple divided Bellows, 10 Nickel Keys, 2 Nickel Basses, Leather Handles, grand Organ tone. 35s., post free. Ia'so sell Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Mandoliens, Flutes, Blow Accordeons, Concertinas, O eith Organs, 0cariras, and a complete range of Band Instruments ad Bagpipc. "Hlis fiasier's Voice" Gramophones, Zonophones and Records. Ilkistreatd Catalogue ,l! , s:. :. re...

ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

ONCE MiGORE DUAL-PURPOSE. The dual-purpose ghost will not down, and yet for all its bobbing up here and there and gibbering, it is nothing more than.a-g-host. It is a half-way propo sition -where none but half-way dairy farmers will care to stop and lose time and money. A recent number of the 'Texas Stockman and Farmer" con tains a contribution from Mr. B. O. Cowvan, in whiclf the author contro-e: verts some of the statemenits and reas oning made. by. '.`Hoard's Dairyman" in one of its recent utterances upon this subject. Most of Mr. Cowan's article is a re-hash of ancient- history, but he occasionally makes a concrete state ment.. Like all other advocates of this delusion, he completely ignores the two basic objections to the theory:-(l) That it is a subversion of true breed ing principles to attempt to-iunite pro fitably two such opposing tempera ments as the -milk temperament' and bne beef temperament; (2) that the produc tion of? such cattle is uneconomic, so far at least as the...

ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXIII (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS tBy W. Howell Poole.) COAPTER XXXIII (continued.) She drew aside some heavy curtains, and found herself in the largest roomu of all. The walls were furnished with quaint old pictures, which arrested her attention. "My ancestors," she thought; -"how merailess and sanguinary they look!" Many of the faces seemed to follow her, some smilingly, some reprovingly, from whatever position she regarded them. As she proceeded down the room, her eyes still fixed upon the walls, the heavy breastplate and helmet of the -men, the Elizabethian costume of the women, gave place to the more-modern toilette. She stopped before a picture, last? b lit one. "My father-how noble he' looks, how good, how manly and erect his bearing!" She approached to read the inscrip tion engraved on a.silver plate beneath it: "Fiat justitia ruat coelum.'? She approaohed another painting, last of all, and a low cry, as of irecog iition, broke from her half-parted lips. "My mother l" Slie clasped her hands t...

YARRA JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

YARRA JUNCTION (lirbm Or oi-, Conrrkiondent) Your correspondent "Progress" is evidently rather, hurt that I can find one live body in this town, .and in his ultra prqgressiveness, accuses me of tooting my own horn.. Now, seeing that I am.not a member of the live body :men tionied, viz., the, school committee,. ,'ham afraid poor. "Progre'ss"' is barkiing.up the wrong tree. "The ,funny:thing about it is that 'Pro liess" i mediately aftersear3ches fcr his own- trunipet .and-, after amuch effort succeeds ini:produc ing the plodr tlong suffering instrument .an alm6st inatudilile wheeze. I certaiiily ;did not.infer that _all -_othexi bodies were..in a state of s~enile decay,"ais. he so aptly put it, but as the gentleman is so anxious :to fit on Jiis head the ait'pof his own making, -'m uie' that I would be -the last in the world- to deprive him of the pleasure. "Progress" picks out Progress Association for'special commendation, and- mentions' oime .works in wlhch. it is inter esting itsel...

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN ! ! [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 1 May 1914

Ml" KE ..OlI{ DISTIiIC1 KNpOW"! Concerning some parts of; the ldis trict news comes but seldom. This is not the fault-of the editor, for he has no miraculous ,powei of know ing. what is happening in all the places in the arp of circulation. It is the falut of residents :in the silent places: '-Will some man or woman take tle. matter in hanid and cause the silence_ to cease. ;If no one else is doing ij fqri yo. r dis trict, will you try, on :.tlese lines ,Send accouts' of- public andlsocial events- ill your towinship or neigh borliood, such uas weddlngs, d.eaths, accidents, -oncerts, matteis'" touch ing the industries; eto, Wr\ite yoBr name in some cornor, not for print .ng, but to prove good- faith. Write .he: names. of. persons distinctly, lbeI brief and to the point, and write )n one side of the paper only. . . _

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