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OUR SOLDIERS. PUBLIC RECOGNITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

(OUR SOLDIERS. p bLIC ,RECOGNITION. is gratifying to know that' the ad patriotism of the volun for active service from this .ill not, as looked very pro ' unrecognised in a public r A public meeting was ,held ?d,?er evening, called by. the -;ý Friday e;St of the shire, and a .com S iormed, with Mr. A. Stall .v as hon. see. to make neces Srrangements. The .intentioni r entertain the volunteers at a ratione and presentation. Mr. allworthy, however, made en ; and ascertained that it was ible for the men to obtain '"or the ,s)ecial meeting of the dale Shire Council on Monday ..3 eneral public meeting was The President reported on mi: ientioned above. It .had ., previously agreed that the t eehould finance the ia?tter, rtf of which would then fall on atepayers as a whole, and aot the imost liberal citizens. It anticipated that £25 or £30 Scolrer the cost of presenting the volunteers from the shire :a allet, pocket-book, and let ,der the seal of the Council. Was a-'reed upon, on the mo oi...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 5th October, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

iELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. he - •d, Monday, 5th"October, 1914. he ' The ordinary monthly meeting of e the, Elbham Shire Council was held at l- the: Coutn?l Chamilbers, Kangaroo e Ground Hotel, on Monday afternoon Slast, ;- Presen._t* The President (Cr. Sw: -0Gray); :and Crs. Bath, Fitch, ,Mealy Morisg, Smedley, and White. A -telegramwas: received from Cr. e Do.wner -fi om the Broadmeadows Camp, regretting t~hat he was unable o. obtain leave from the- camp that Y day to attend: the -,Council meeting. e. -Councillors expressed admiration 0 a't the pluck of Cr 'Dowlier volun s teering, and ,hoped he would pull safely through. Srres;andence. From .Department of Lands and Survey; 5th -September, .intimating that the land fr'ntinzg. the River Yarra ('near railway station ground) Is permanentlsy ,reserved for public purposes.-'Received with: . expres sicas of satisfactioan ,-VFrom' W. L. Dale, `secretary Coun try R.oads Board,. intimating that the following amounts have been made available, fo...

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WARBURTON MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

M1'ENT ,\NI) '|)EILiTIN( ,OCIET"* The ordina1ry weekly imeetill the above society was held onl th 7t0h inst. The evening was full taken up by general busineslC.\frte receiving the ninlttes, two peronl were nominated for election at ti, next meeting. The treasurer Ith read a statement of receipts an;d E penditure for the quarter OidI,, September 30th. This ca l sidered very satisfactory, and a Il tion for its adoption was carrie. Three alterations ini the eonstiution having been made, the election ot president, vice-president, tio braria bers of the commllittee, W""d lirar was ,then proceelerel contested, various offices were well co intted, and the balloting gatve the folloiler; results:-Presillent, ev. C. Gilder; vice-presidelnt, .1r C Nattr(; cor" mittee, .liss M.. lortris t1 M. it O'Brian: librarian, r. tle t was decided to imaett a knoresedtio to Mr. A. J. Relph, in a.lnoi ler ntent of his kindntess ion detIverniu his lecture, free of co t, the * September. A uniolo a taine hl c...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXI. TRYING FOR CONSOLATION STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXI. TRYING FOR CONSOLATION STAKES. Cis Deverel, in spite of his resolution to forget, returned from the Rocky Mountains more madly in love than ever. Wherever he went the face of Ida Hamilton pursued him with its large beseeching eyes, and when he came back to find it looking down on him from the canvas of Raymond Du val, and all the gossips of his club seemed to make it a peg on to which to hang their vilest stories, then be knew the utmost bitterness of life, and tried to harden himself into stone that he might feel no more. There is. no use in trying to mend a shat tered idol. All the cement in the world won't give it back its former sacred claims for worship. Once fal len from its high estate, no matter what becomes of it, throw the frag ments on the dust-heap, and perhaps its pedestal will do for another. That other was waiting to be chosen with all the fierce impatience of a love that is not certain of return, and Cis Dieverel, though less conceite...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

gERTON ltral Cash Store RA GLEN, r ou ;rS and Friends. , !,to stay. We are a sBUCCeS. We the country and the We like Our Busi. tj ,drive to increase it I, honourehle means. .T GOODS and ,Pt pRICES are what count. ";ier Will Convince You. ij'-class Yalnt i,? BOOTS "& ti O! IRo iON:0GERY CIiCCKI ERY GROOERIET l Delivered all over the District at forget the Address , ATHERTON .ioal Cattle Food of all ::d Lancashire Fire Insur pWs, Lilydale Express and (=ly papers. SUPLY ;AN YTHIlNG. lull NE\,V L'APER. .I, at - : - - - ive p.:1"r is vwur JuL? PI'lNT :Ur do( not feel able to -ikments, you can give -:Sx: your cards, dodgers, ??ivlopes, and all busi _ to execute. The news a wants it, and it helps : lis printers for setting id:ustmd and one 1iR.EE r 2L gives your town; but ii to the printer or job 2e that can give you f:iturn, and-is spending nei money, nor brains in 0 to build up your dis-1 ? ....i OHARLIE BATH oitu' ETo01J;1' AND Ll 1T ABLE Ki;PEIR, ":. t?.nt:nounce to the Resl t-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age PURE AND VERY WHOLESOM.E. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHE~ ov0 YEAw. M PAGre n ---Fr Pure French Grape RA_ _Y Cognac "R , ýºil!IlI !Ih i II: I i li jjj II I THE GREAT . COUGH R EMEDY 5OLD EVERYWHERE PE.iSMiPATNTLY ce-Sc Hvdatids Liver .nd Kidney Trotbies. O str?rc 'lcer,: ?ir atr . Oro.thc. 3 sf udn 3 per -ttlh C emi ts ard S. A. PALMER, 1lA FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURINE INSURE WITH THE ASSURAXC E CO . LIMITED. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPEN . . SATION INSURANCE. ACTVE ACE'TS \VIHERE NOT REIPRESENTED. Full Particulars _on aplplicatioin to DALGETY & CO. LTD., M?ELBOUIRhE.. - (Managers for Victoria.) SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. Can Cure TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POISONED SORES, ABSCESSES; BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS, AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists--1/6 and 3/6. Cumberland Road, Pascoe Vale, (Near Coburg). LIVE STOCK INSURPANC 0o ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEA1)1'Till 110 ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS ...

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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

NEWS SUMMARY Owing to the drought and the war there are about 800 members of the Agricultural Implement :Makers' Union out of employment. The secretary (Mr. E. F. Russell) stated on Friday that the position was even worse than prior to the drought of 1902. The lack of work waes, he said, due mainly to the fact that there would not be much de mand for agricultural implements this year. The matter will be considered at the next meeting of the union. The suggestion of Mr. Cann, Chief Secretary of the New South Wales Labor part-y, that 10,000 more men should be employed in connection with the construction of the Kalgoorlie to Port Augusta railway, and that em ployment should be found for another 1000 at the Federal capital, is not like .ly to be carried out. "It might not seem difficult to my friend, Mr. Cann, to pile 10,000 more men on the rail way works," said the Minister zor Home Affairs on Friday, "but he should recollect that the line is being built in a part of Australia where tl...

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AN EXPLANATION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

AN IXIL.ANA TION, - ----.. To the Editor. Slr,-l- have been twitted o{ inconsistency in supporting a p, can as a Labour cadlidate for p liarmen~t. Every Labour llall pledged. To break nly .pledge 0 also be inconsistent. I wourl fer the inconsistency of supiportin publican rather than the inco'l tency of breaking Imy word pledge. I do this the more rad for the following reasons:- (a) The Labour Party will miore for tem?perlce th the Liberals. The It rats allowed a wet rato? the Labour (overnnt closed it. (b) The Labour candilate, nmatter what his or.11, tion is, must arnd will t effect to our platform. is not sent to Parliauu to represent h.is bu?in and occupation. Inh respect a Liberal coull be depended upon. lie sig no pledge. IHe Is free do as lie likes. BIurt Labbur c'andidate will as his platforn tells hi And this platforml is d nite. (c) Our platform provides t instrnilntss (or blank for tile people, so that th can the better control t tlrinuk iratllc--viz., theI Itiative and r...

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SEED WHEAT FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

SEED WHEAT FOR FARMERS. Consideration is being given by mem bers of the Cabinet to a suggestioni made in Parliament that the Government should purchase sufficient wheat for seed next season, and sell it to the farmers at cost price. For several reasons, it is not thought advisable to act hur riedly. Mr. W. Hutchinson remarked that the Foodstuffs Commission Bill, passed by Parliament; would enable accurate statistics to be obtained re garding supplies available. The rough estimate of Mr. A. M. Laughton, Gov ernment Statist, was that 900,000 bush els were held by farmers. It might turn out that farmers had a sufficient quan. tity for what was required for seed. For the Government to rush into the market now might further inflate prices. The matter would be kept in mind, but the State did decide to purchase later on, he did not think it would have to pay a higher rate than was now quoted. The total stock of wheat in Victoria on 30th June was 8,002,311 bushels, and that of flour equival...

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LOCAL OPTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

LOCL,\I OPTION. (To the Editor.) Sir,-At the lastnmeeting if Hope of Ringwood Teleetin. o, dependent Order of Reohabit?s, following resolutio Iasec pahitns "That, in view of t shehi: danger, as foreshado the inli ia press notices, of a ln attempt made to defraud the people of democratic right of complete option, as conferred by the Ul ing Act of 1906, to COme into op tlon in 1917, by substituting continuance of the Licenses Ue tion Board, this tent declares conviction that reduction of in congested areas by a board not be accepted as a substitute the democratic right of thelel deal with the whole quesd; licensing in their own electora and strongly protests against such change." Yours, etc., Ringwood, "2th October, S. J. KENNXDy, Secretary

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") Some idea of the dearth of good horses in hand at Flemington just now was gained on Saturday, when the book ings to Caulfield from headquarters only numbered about half the general aver age for Guineas Day. James Scobie usually has anything up to a dozen horses ready for this meeting, but he only put four representatives into the field on Saturday and had nothing to take part in races like the Caulfield Stakes, the Guineas, and Toorak Han dicap. For a number of years until this season Scobie has had a represen tative in each of these races. Another prominent trainer who had a light day on Saturday was W. S. Hickenbotham, for he only had one horse running. It was strange to see the Caulfield Stakes, Guineas, and Toorak being contested without the two stables mentioned tak ing a hand. There is nothing very impressive looking about Sir Alwynton, which has for weeks been a good deal spoken of in connection with the Caulfield Cup. The Sydney-sider is just ...

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NEXT YEAR'S CROPS. INCREASED ACREAGE NECESSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

NEXT YEAR'S CROPS. INCREASED ACREAGE NECESSARY The Premier (Sir Alexander Pea cock) expressed himself as very pleased with that portion of the recommenda tions of the Federal Royal Commission on Foodstuffs which urged that Austra lian landowners should be requested to plant largely extended areas with wheat next year. '"Too much publicity cannot be given to such a recommendation," declared Sir Alexander. "During the debates in the State Parliament several of our members emphasised the fact that next year the needs of Europe will be great er than ever, so far as foodstuffs are concerned. Persons engaged in agri culture will be well advised to increase their areas under cultivation, not alone to meet the local demand. but also the demand which will come from abroad; and such action on their part will con fer an ultimate benefit on the State and the Commonwealth." - Discussing the further recommenda. tion of the commission, that the British and Australian Governments, acting in concert...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

FOR SALE. :D(OUBLE Seated Hooded Buggy, in L perfect order, one Light Fruit Waggon, one Medium ~ ruit Waggon, English fore-carriage, perfect order. BURTON BROS., Main St., Lilydale. YORKSHIRE Hero Seed Peas For 1 Sale. Cheap. " JAMES WALLACE, seville.: HBAErON,- hooded, Iilit turning. L -g-od Set ot'.Fitab a BrIesp, all ir. good condition. £15 nett. I BROADLEY.. ?WO .tons of Carman Potatoes : ilao " 1- eight stickers. Apply C. MausD?, Caluillton, Gruyere. -" W 1ARBURTON WEST. GLAD STONE HOUSE, with large grounds, well lot, possession'if required. Fine position. Great opportunity for investment, 9 per cent. Wadham, Solici tor, Salisbury - Buildings, Bourke. Street. Phone Central 3884. FOR SALE-Whire Leghorn and :Black Orpington EGGS; best lay ,ing Strain;. 2s, 6d ?etting. Guaran teed. A. ARNUP, Yarra Junction. NOTICE OF SALE. C.- IN TEE ESTATE OF MARTHA SHEPPARD, DECEASED. TAKE Notice that, under instructions from the Curator of Estates of De ceased Persons, ? will sell the under men...

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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

Without l cc opiuiuus of our Cojray shall be glad tr peo c t, cations bearim, 1n t~t c O (,r Lr ;mterest, t ah ell ou t" Le i o f I e iyand brie ii waye iutfll ?,; fro persolitis, .of recjcij,1i 1 o Rio th Writ,'ocs r s r;l ~ arily for Publcatij c as a guarantee of g6u(d fait

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Country Roads Board Work [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

Country Roads Board Work (From_ Healesville " Guardian.") At last council meeting the ergine'er (Mr: Anderson) reported as follows relative to.the council's interview re- " cently .with.the Country Roads Board and other matters concerning that body - C Councillors Sheehan, Nichols, Daw born, Constantiie, Bi own arnd Burn side waited' (with inyself) on the a Board last Friday to facilitate the carrying out- of the main road work 6 between-Shaw's corner and the Yarra Bridge. Cr Sheehan acted as spokes. man. The itcomeiii of the meeting was that the council was authorised to go on with the earthwork portion at once, allowing a regrading of the township side of the bill lbevond Coranderrk road, so as to obtain spoil for the banks to be made from the culvert towards Airlie and so avoid P taking too much froin side borrow ' pits. The. existing tmbankmen [across the Yarra Flatsto be iaised a ;by,metalling.g inches to bring the surface to above the lev 1 of the pre- ° sent bridge drills. Th...

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Yarra Glen Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

'Yarra Glen Water Supply. Reference was made after the de struction of the Yarra Glen railway , station by fire recently to the fact that the township was not supplied with water, although only a mile and half of country intervened between it and the Maroondah aqueduct, from which a large part of the city's water supply is obtained. Officials of the Metropolitan Board of Works cornten ded that the local council was to blame as the board had offered for many years to provide water for the town ship, on condition that a local water trust was formed and the council would agree to lay reticulation pipes r from a storage reservoir. It appears now that the-Elthm shire council, i which is the body concerned, has n been in communication, for some n considerable time, with the.board .re v, specting the question of providing a ai water supply for Yarra Glen and El- g( tham, and preparations t ave reached the stage where p'ans have been pre- w pared and the necessary surveys made pi by the shi...

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CORNSACKS FOR HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

CORNSACKS FOR HARVEST. - In reply to a question of Mr. Keast in the Assembly, the Minister for Agri culture made a statement as to the stock of cornsacks in the State. Bags imported into Victoria from overseas only for the calendar year:-I 1911. 1912. 1913. SDozens. Dozens. Dozens. Corn sacks 976,063 257,214 1,126,370 Chaff and bran bags .309,050 571,060 416,168 Victorian wheat production: 1911-12. 1912-13. 1913-14. B .Bushels. Bushels.. Bushels. Bushels 20,871,877 26,223,104 32,936,245 Bags . ; 6,963,959 8,741,035 10,978,748 From this it will be seen that the im portations for 1913 were heavy, and after providing for the season 1913-14 requirements, there should still have been a large surplus available, but, of course, insufficient for this year's re quirements. One steamship with a cargo of jute goods had to put back to Calcutta on ac count of a collision. Four shipments will have left Calcutta by the 20th. inst. It was understood that the orders on the water were ample to meet t...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

CROY DON. (From Our Own Correslpondent.) Patriotic.-Nearly all the district patriotic efforts have been worked off. Montrose netted £11, Kilsyth £5, and Croydon, though returns are not all in as we go to press, as a result of last Saturday's. entertainment by the Oo; medy Club, will show a balance of £16 or £17. Hymeneal.--For the' fourth tiwe in a few mouths the tin.cans have been busy in the township. This time Mr F. Mi'Givern, who has just returned fom Sydney with his bride, was en. tertained in this way. On Monday night his brother Rechabites, follow. ing their usual custom, presented him with a memento, and wished him everything good in his wedded life. So many of the I.O.R. members have re cently left. the bachelor ranks, the others are just shaking in their shoes. Temperance, thrift, and matrimony, seem to be associated, The Roads.-Our roads are in a very rough state, with the loose metal so late in the year. Cyclists and mo. torists speak very feelingly on this matter. Elect...

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THE APPLICATION OF ARTIFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

THE APPLICATION OF ARTIFICIALS. The question regularly crops up as tothe best time for-the application of fertilisers. With regard to nitrate of soda there: is no uncertainty;' experi ments .extending over long periods have shown that it should be applied as a top-dressing when the young plants ap pear above the ground. On heavy soils, the full quantity it is intended to give can be applied at one time, but on soils .of a sandy character it is bet ter to apply the nitrate in two separate dressings, the second one from a fort night to a. month, after the first ac cording to the weather conditions. If lumpy, the nitrate should be broken up and mixed with about an equal quantity of dry earth, to enable it to be more evenly distributed. Sulphate of ammo nia should be applied at the tipne of sowing the seed, and before application it can be mixed with the superphos phate and sulphate. of potash required by the crop. Sulphate of ammonia is also sometimes applied as a top-dressing, and if ...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Friday, July 9. Before Dr Cole, P.M., and Mr T. Simpson, J.P. Timber Cutting on Reserve. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 16 October 1914

LILYDALE POLICE COURT, Friday, July 9. Before Dr Cole, P.M., and Mr T. Simpson, J.P. Timber Cutting on Reserve. Wm. Grainger, forest ranger, pro ceeded against H. B. Smith'for cutting trees on a reserve witlout a licence. Defendant, who was represented by Mr T. Eales, pleaded not guilty. Mr Jones, of the Crown Law Depart. ment, appeared for the prosecution, Jas. Talent, laborer, deposed to. hav ing seen defendant cutting poles on forest reserve at Silvan. Robert Hughes, State forest officer, said he found 31 poles cut on the reserve. The P.Mh remarked that it was simply a position that defendant had no licence. It was a timber forest, not a permanent reserve. The Go vernment allowed timber cutting there, and if" he had applied he could have got a licence. Defendant said he had a contract with the Railway Department to sup ply poles for scaffolding. He secured same on private property, and while waiting for the carters one day cut four or tive poles on the reserve, not then knowing h...

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