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AFTER OTHERS FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
AFTER OTHERS AILED... "I use Chamberlain's Pain Balm for sore throats and find one rub bing relieves it," writes Mlr T. Den nis, Hihitaii, N.Z. "It worked won ders when I spra.ined my ankle, giv in' me immediate relief from pain after other linements had failed. Chalberlain's Pain Bahh has also relieved me many times from rheu mati~ n." Concerning some Iarts of the dis trict news comes but seldom. This is nut the fault of the editor, for he has no miraculous power of know ing what is happening in all the places in the area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some. mawn or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your di&s trist, will you try, on these lines Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neigh borhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, matters touch Lmg the industries, etc. Write your name in some corner, not for print ing, but to prove good fai...
Melba to Open Convent Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
MIelba to Olea Convenll. Bza.L?r 3Madaluc 1.clba has promised to. open the C(ouvent Jauir il aicd o, ,iue \New SSchool at ciLilydcal on Wed lcesdlay al:?rLnool. uOCtooer 21. at 3s o'cloc.c. ,lie has also donated a souvenlir to be rallied ilL cuonllection with tue bazaar. .i is a. gold sov ereiga or trnueL case, \\itat Alelu t' IlscurbICd in dialloln(ius across the tront. Tickets, is.. may be had Siroa the secretary, Mr '1:. ,,imlpusn, Lilydale.
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
F'RIDAY, OCTOBER "9, 1914. Cricket , The Lilydale Ii istrict Cricket As sociation start tlheir matcl:es on atiurda~y nLext. 'llTe . a.re six com pCuilg *lubJs, u11C tlle -ee.sull pro iuises some interesti"g and ?l ixing gaumecs. Lily tale play \Vanoia at Wtaudia, - and last yeurs premiers \ill be representedl by--1ch, l-lutt:n uusciharp, AlimeC, Ai.la, (oode, ? o tnl, n'atusay, ý ilkon, Ilitchie. it. Morton antL M'l onild.
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE U\W SOME 6 3ECUII:D SUCCLES 1. Cultivate and perfect vaur ,ae rxperimuent. The world is eager f something new, which, howcver, ple it may be, will sure Ihbor, or pense, or do things better. Let it more convenient, or promote plea, reduce waste. People who handle thing, in ever day use are the natural Iraenters better things, and the natural cait ists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Eds gives. Learn the procedlure as to tenting in the chieL ef couari,,-th secure your own legal ?r:oopolu i your rights by becoming a pateuteses 2. If that workman or forenr , your ingenious friend has proaucr, clever invention put him on the tra' of famous and wealthy ioventors, Mr. F. Townsend, ain elitur, nays the "Inventors UGide," "1 am recu mended it strongly to friends. Bi of the kind I have seen. it should a lot of good. It should do a lot good. It is an incentive to ans by telling hint where he can obtain t "Inventors' Guide." 3. For yourself, obtain this bo whi...
FEDERAL CASH STORE. H. LEACH Proprietor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
- FE1)ERA L CASH .STU?UE. H. LEACH -Proprietor. No necessity to go to MD" '.iurne to make. purchases to save money. Sou eaI do so right here and now. Lou have been looking for a shop like this Now you have it. My stock is large and .varied, and of the very best quality. Drop in aud see me-see the fine stocks I have, and bring a, mi?;os cope with you to see my prices. S,,n'1I want one to see them--they rt- 3o smalL _ M- otto is~-Suiall Profits and Quick . Returns.' Dou't miss the pAk., Cr of_ Main. and Castella Streets, LILYDALE.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
SOHOSES SKIN. FOOD.-Every woman who wishes to alp'pear beau Liful should .use 'SORUSES' for the 3ki!,. it bting uunsurpassed in pre serving the complexion. Soroses Skin 'ood is 'Frcshesling, Softening, Cleansing. and .1rautify ing, makes all blemishes such as Pimples, F-reckles, Wrink les, Sun burn, .nd Sallowness, disappear like r~magic. Price, 2s 9d per jar. Ob tlifinable -at. A. I1. «Wilson'sd, Lily dale; W. "Nankervis', Warburton. LILYDA.LE AND . WARB URTONI Railway Construction Trust. Financial Statement for the Year ending 30th June, 1914. - ;~- L:;==-=. Receipts. To Balance, June 30, 1913 .. £46 7 3, ,, Arrears of Rates ... .1290 19 85 4 ,, Interest on Deposits -.. ... 4 11 3 -1341 18 2 -. * " * ." - £1341 18 '2. Expenditure. By Repurchase of Deben tures .- ...£700 0 0 ,, nterest on Debentures 391 10. 0 - - 1091 10 0 ;,.Salaries ... 130 0 '0 ,, Chairman's Allowance 20 0 0 ,, Printing, Advertising, Postages,- and Petty., Cash .. ... 45 8 7 A,, udit Fee ... ... 5 17 6 ,, Guaran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
3 =;; . EJL Y J4"T FR- S ii.Ipracticial Boot and Shoe Maker' - S YARRA JUNCTION., il,:pairi ccciztcl with ne(-aLness and despaLtcli All work done on prem ises at lowest piices compatible with good muatcrial and workmanship. WUanac MAiL CILLIA Enable y6u to finish a room with char acter.. Their beauty of- design and workm'anship has made friends foi Stherm throughout the Commonwealth. .They.are hygienic, fire-prooi, of decoi S. . tive charm, and inexpensive, can be washed down and do not collect dust and vermiin. . Catalogs'. and. lesigns . -. '" " i free. .. . £ veo W1tD42EIICH PATNXT CEILING2 & 1.OOUING Co. Ltd 123 Queen' Stree6, 3Lelleoine. For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, S Headache, Indigestion. .DE- afl DFamily Medicie . - , "; ; -V . "4 - LILYDALE BUTOHERING CO - . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Ueef, lluttoii, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain' S able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and CH...
IS YOUR SOIL SOUR? A SIMPLE TEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
IS YOUR SOIL SOUR? A SIMPLE TEST. (By S. D. Conner, in "Country Qeo tleman.") The soil chemist can make no other test that produces results of such great significance as a test for soil acidity. Lime in the form of carbon ate exercises such a dominant and beneficial influence on the character of the soil, principally through correction of soil acidity, that a knowledge of its presence or absence is of prime importance in estimating the fertility of a piece of land or planning correct rective treatment. It is not necessary to know how much limo there is in a given piece of land, but it is of fundamental import ance to know the relation of the limo to the amount of acid present. Other things being favorable, an excess or lime means success with lucerne and clover, and a soil of good general fer tility, while an excess of acid means failure with lucerne, clover and other legumes, and a soil of much less sat isfactory general fertility. Fortunately, the test for soil acidity is so simpl...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent) Nthiing sensational happened as the result of the re-opening of the Mel bourne Stock Exchange. The man in the street is asking why it snould have rema.ned closed for nearly two months. He had been under the impression that the appearance of the Emden off Sydney-luckily, the possi bility of such a visitation is not ont of the thi,.gs we need worry about in Melbourne--would not have had more direful cffoets than .that long-deferred re-opening. But it may be taken as a tribute to the excellence of the pre cautions taken alike in Britain and Australia to guard against anything in the way of financial panic, that the proceedings were marked by a calm that would be creditable to a friendly chess party. . The committee had guarded against the effect of "bear ing" operations and "spec" 'selling in :suspending "term" dealing, and signifying their wishes for dealing to was naturally of modest extent on opening day, and prices were on a lower p...
GARDENING FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
GARDENING FLOWER GARDEN.. Calendar for October.-Amaranthus, Aquillgia, Ant.rrhinum, Asters, Bor onia, Balsam, Calliopsis, Candy Tuft, Carnat.on, Celcsia, Chrysanthemum, Sunflower, Cornflower, Cockscomb, Cos mos, Dahlia, Dianthus, Daisy, Del phiniuin, Gaillardia, Godetia, Hunne mannia, Larkspur, Sweet Sultan, Zin- nia, Lobelia,. Lupin, Miguonette, Mar igold, Nemophilia, Nasturtium, Poppy, Phlox, Drummondi, Portolaca, Salvia, Sa!piglossis, Verbena. Now is the time that all planting should be pushed forward. Seed that was.sown last month will soon be large should be lost in doing it, as the young plants, to. do well, should be well started in growth before tht hot north winds come. Such plants as Mignonette, Sa;piglossis, etc., are best s sown in their permanent quarters, and thinned out as they develop; because they do not transplant well, and this is why so many bought plants wither and die. Carnations are- nbw well "forward, and will soon be in full bloom. A light 'dressing of blood...
FOR DOG-BITTEN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
FOR DOG-BITTEN SHEEP. It has long. been considered that a sheep wounded by a dog is ruined. "Two years ago," writes a subscriber to an American exchange. -"I had eight purebred sheep so badly bitten and torn that several of my neighbors pro nounced them worthless. tine ewe and twenty-one. cuts and tears. . i some places a man's hand would not cover the wound where the skin was corni away and gone. I dressed eachl wound by dusting a liberal supply ol boric acid on it. There was no sub sequent suppuration as usually occurs in such wounds. The wounds all healed quickly. Their general health suffered but very little. Within four months re covery was complete. - Later in the same year T had a ram lamb attacked by a dog. One shoulder was badly. lacerated and one hind leg was so bad ly bitten in lower part that he could not put his foot to ground for ten days. I used the boric acid treat ment with. splendid results. The lamlh gained weight' rapidly, and kept in perfect health. Boric acid i...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
TURF TOPICS. ----~ (By "Flemington.") e In winning the Stand Handicap so ýl deci.sively, a'mlio lost several Cup can didates behinm hun. Uf this lot, d (bl.awyn d.d oest, as she beat all with r the exception oI k'nlllo, easily enoughl. s ilaudyu may uave an -outside chance at Caulneld. Air. A. J. btaugton'.; colt, Ar.staeus, showed some improve ment on recent running by finish.n& fourth in I'hi.io's rice, and he came through after uelng badly placed at the turn, as it a dastance would be to his liking. Dncarrs axe eery true to Anna Se Vea up hot :.nu atAlng in tile uctlu b1r ncatres on baturuay. ne ran a - good rae, too, out ruund IlecoUner T JuSS a l?itU too mucan Ior ier. At Son stage of me race "Anna" was a long way baIc in the nela, but her brlliancy brought her torward in time to tamie a hanu i the tlnisn. Aleconner non\eter, flusueu too stoutly tor her, and the chestnut's admirers for tie Caulfield Cup must have returned home very sat.sfied with him. lownit's aum?rers,...
THE USEFUL KEROSENE TIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
THE USEFUL KEROSENE TIN. A useful hint is furnished to an exchange by a correspondent, who says:-"To make a handy chest for the farm, place five kerosene cases one on toup of the other by me:ns of four pieces of batten, long enough to serve as leas. Ten kerosene tins, with the handles intact, and one side carefully cut out, serve as drawers for a cabi net, which, planed and varnished, and otherwise finished, is highly useful . in the kitchen of a farm hourse."
CALF RAISING POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
..CALF RAISING POINTERS. Now that a good many cows are freshening, a word abouit'.calf raising is not amiss: The young calf requires careful at tention -and should have the mother's mnilk for about ten days,, given in feed ings three times a day for three or four days after it is taken from its mother. Gradually change to herd milk from mother's milk; then gradu ally from whole milk to skim milk (substituting: one pint of skim for one of whole -milk each day:) If the skini'milk is from the separator, it can be fed fresh, and the calf can be fed completely upon this ration within fif teen. days of birth.-- If the cream is raised by setting aside, it cannot be so .fresh, and- more time .should -'be given in getting the calf on to this ration.- They will learn to eat grain (one .part cracked maize, one of oats and one-half of bran) at two weeks of age. 'if encouraged. :The essentials in successful calf raising are as follow: Do not .over-feed. Feed sweet, preferably fresh milk. Feed wa...
TWO COMMON MISTAKES IN PRUNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
TWO COMMON MISTAKES IN PRUNING.' In pruning, as in other orchard ope rations, probably no two men exactly agree as to the best methods, and pro bably no man can give infa!1ible rules for all places, varicties, and conditions. It is apparent/, however, that there are two classes of orchardists who are really making mistakes. On the one hand is the man who prunes too lit tle, on the other; the man who prunes "too.much. Little or no pruning is advocated .by the man who wishes his trees to begin fruiting at the :-earliest pos sible moment. Heavy pruning is ad vooated by the -man who places the emphasis on a certain form or shape of tree. Each of these, when carried to the extreme, has in many cases proven disastrous. In order to properly discuss prunii.g, certain fundamental facts must be kept in mind. First, nature is not especially interested in producing the edible part of the fruit, but the seed. She does this in order that the species may be perpetuated. The fine fruits we now have...
Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
SLilydale Court Roster for 1914. :Police Magistrate-January 2 and 80, February 27, March 27, April 24, May" 22, June 19, July 17, Aug =ust 1.4, September 11, October 9, November 6, December 4.. Dr Syme, and Messrs :. B.. Lith gow and .W. A. Wharington.--Jan uary. 1.6, February 6 and 20, March 13, April 3 and 17, May 8 and 29, June 12, July 3 and 24, August. 7 and 28, September 18, October 2 and 23, November 13'and 27, Decem ber 18. Messrs R. T. Kings, J. Rouget, T. W. Simpson, and J. Wallace.-Jan uary 9 and 23, February 13, March 6 and 20, April 10, May 1 and 15, June 5 and.26, July 10 and 31, Au gust 21, September 4 and 25, Oct ober 16 and 30, Noverhber 20, De cember 11. -
SHIRE COUNCILS MEET: [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
SHIRE COUNCILS MEET:- Lilydalc.-Fourth MIonday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, Mr Hamilton Sinclair, C.E. Upper Yarra.-First Monday in each month. Secretary, M\r B. IMor ey; Engineer, Mr A. K. T. Sambell. Eltham.-First Monday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, Mr A. G. Thomas, C.E. COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. Healesville.-Every Thursday, at 10 a.m. Lilydale.-Every Friday, at 9.30 a.m. Warburton.-Fvery "Saturday, at 9 30 a.m. Clerk of Courts.-Mr T. B. Wade. Police Magistrates.-Dr. R. H. Cole and Mr II. Morrison. District Justices.-F. B. Lithgow, Coldstream; R. H. *-Henty, Wonga Park aE nd Dr. A. E. Syme, Lilydale; J. Rouget, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; MI. C. Bridger, Croydon; C. -Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; W. Privettand W. Jolliffffe, Healesville; H. Ewart, Hoddle's Creek; J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, Warburton; J. II. Thomp son, M.A., Silvan; A. G. Buller, West Warburton; Jas. Hunter, Bee nak; T. W. Simpson, W. A. Whar ington; 'A. E. T. Payne Lilydale; Rich...
PASTURING LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
PASTURING LUCERNE. That lucerne is not a :pasture plant has long been rcccgnised by our good farmers, and .it is only as .a rule in different landlords and rapaciouý ten ants that take chances on grazing it. Its intimate rela:tion to the mower and the rake is coming to be appreciated and either as hay or a soiling crop it finds its highest efficiency. This, how ever, need not'imply that lucerne can not be successfully grazed. It's, rather a question hs to how this is done, and if certain precaut:ons are followed grazing is nt injurious. A primary rule should be not to let stock on lu cerne when there is no growth to feed on.- A lucerne field should not be a loafing- place .for stck.- Tramping is minjurous to the:crown and, to the soil, as is also the eating of the tender shoots just as they stirt from the crown. 'These shoots appeal -to: the taste of stock, and in eating them, growth is nit only stopped, but the older stalks-and leaves are "refused. Secondly, keep stock out of"- luc...
[?]MEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
' INTERESTS. ( i ,.Ambrosine.") iold-All is made of Am lined with sateen, 0ol era tnall pattern chintz, ` o useful article for hold njet necessaries, very suit yclst, or any one who :ldtheir !uggage tn as : s p :sable. Get one o eiea leather, which is N forty.five inches wide. t.i tt leather makes one Shold-all Cut a piece ies ide and forty-two te top like the flap of two strips. each six Sas long from the bot , sers the slope for'the flap be F the lintng, if the material "ide. get as much as the -th of the leather and three ia yard over; if less than Stice tlh length of the : the mining to the exact pe of the leather centre, then the pockets. The one of the lining tiwenty-two d- ntd twelve deep; hem the n inch wide, for which and n7. allowance must be made; Se down the middle of..the Id down the middle of the .in the two together exactly; cod turning round the three :nt?, ed, and stitch it, leav inoh at each end and the" bot loe ning. This is for a night 'i ch should be packed in -...
AN INJUSTICE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914
AN INJUSTICE. i To the Edito.r. Sir,-Knowing that your columns arc op:en to insert communications bearing on topics of public interest, I wish to draw attention to a very grave injustice which has been done" at \\'onga Park by the, Lilydal' Shire Council giving permission to a Mr. Read to lay pipes across the Yarra road without the engmicer's inspection of the spot, thereby taking the flood water from its natural course, and de priving a .new settler, by name Mr. Ilitton, of same. I notice in your columns of last issue, at the local Council's meeting, a .lprotest against such action by Mr. Fitton. The Council, it appears, not onlI' ignored the protest, but gave further pernis sion to. Mr. Read to place two extra. pipes in, on the motion of Cr. Daly. Now,. sir, ,vould if not have been fair ,o have had an inspection by the en gineer on the matter before Cr. Daly moved in such a way? Another thing, I am of opinion tlhe Council has no right to allow any ratepaver or incom petent person ...