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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 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 pie 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 coeintries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentoses." 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...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXII. SAVE ME FROM MY FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

A -THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXII. -SAVE ME FROM MY FRIENDS. bMy dear, you will be glad to hear that Belgrave is going to the dogs as fast as he.can. I don't know what's come to the fellow, he-seems to be losing his head as well as his hears. Do you think you have anything to do with it?" said Raymond Duval, looking up from his easel, with a slight twinkle in his sleepy eyes. "I hate hi;,- and he knows it." "Hatred is. more flattering than 'in-. difference; the one is fatal, the other excites your natural combative ten dencies; and determines you to con quer it.". "I am sure I should never give my self the trouble to try." - . ?-?Iancy you would. Imagine Beres 'ford pr zming to hate you. Wouldn't it nettle you into bringing him round ?" "Most certainly not," with indignant disdain, heightened by the uncomfort :able consciousness that she was blush : inug. "I am sure it would. You may possibly see another of your admirers in that condition, for I hear Deverel always flies into a pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

T. ERTON( central Cash Store gARRA GLEN, I$EETTING To Our Custonmrs tind ,rie -nds. -h?i ar here to stay.:, We are. ewt ak a success. We : ith country and the to We like Our Busi ess, and strive to increase it by all bcnoursble means. iE BEST GOODS and ilE LOWGE RICES are what count, Oue Order Will Convince You, first-class Valut in pAPER ' OLOTHIING BC0i''S & S HO ES IRON MONGER Y CROCKERY GROCERIES O:J,'rs l).hverd all over the District Don't f.rget the Addrerss ELp. ATiERTON 'I?A RR GLEN £;,T FOR-. lie lrationel OC.ttle Food of all kinds. lendon and Lancashire Fire Insur anc Co. ae, Argus, Lilydale Express and lld\ weekly papers. CAI SUPPLY ANYTHILNG. HELP YOUR NEW\ SIAI'ER. _: Tie graitvst ;iids yuvus-,geO vn1.Y !,r newspaper is yourJ 3O1 '1lNT -.I If you do not feel able to n advertisements, you can give t. newspaper your cards, dodgers, "_ads, envelopes, and all busi a printing to execute. The news ir maan wants it, and it helps - to pay his printers for setting : tLth...

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CONCERNING CERTAIN DOMESTIC AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

CONCERNING CERTAIN DOMES 1I; ArtAIHS. To can vegotaoles: 1tave them fresh and in peroxt condition, and jars, tops anu ruouers clean and sternised uy putt:ng them in water that is urouglt to ia olf.) 1ill the jars wit-n tue prepared vegetables and put uott rubbers and tops in po.ition, out no not tighten the tops. ±'ut a talse uottom in the boiler (two layers or small-muesh poultry netting are best for the purpose); stand the jars on this and pour cold water around them to the aepth? of three of four incles. bring the water to a boil and boil it hard bor an hour or more, then remove the lid to let the steam escape. 'lighten the tops to keep unsteriised air irom enteriog the jais, and let them stand until the nest day. They can be lest in the boiler if most convenient. Tihe next day loosen the tops and repeat the steaminig, then tighten them as be fore; and the third day, after an hour's steaming, tighten the tops as the jars cool and let stand two or three days before testing for lea...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") Flour millers are up against a.seri ous proposition as a result of the fix ing of the selling price of wheat at 4/9 per bushel. The position is indicated by the experiences of one miller, who says:--"I heard of a farmer who had 1500 bushels. 1 telegraphed to my agent to get it. The farmer raised a quibble over freight. I offered to pay the freight, and then the farmer flatly refused to sell. What are we to do Our mills will have to shut down in a-day or two, if we cannot get grain. The Food Board says the farmer must sell, but he refuses. I would be willing to pay more for the wheat, and perhaps that might draw him, but the law forbids any increase on 4/9 a bushel. I have the case be fore the Board, but it is not moving. I have looked elsewhere for wheat. r went to a leading firm of merchants and shippers. I know it. has large stores full of wheat, but it has refused to -sell it to me, declaring that the wheat does not belong to it, but to the farm...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

NEWS SUMMARY Speaking in regard to the dealing of the tramways case in the High Court, \lr. Fisher said that he had not studied the judgments given by the various members of the High Court on the many points that arose in the tramiways case. "''What's the use," he said, "'of poring over these things: If the people gener ally knew the legal entanglements that are preventing real progress and har ntony between employers and employes they would brush them aside in a day. I hope we will soon have an opportunity of rectifying these defects in the Fed eral constitution when the referendum is taken on the Constitution Alteration Bills." It was explained by the Prime Min ister on Monday that when he made the reference in the House of Representa tives to the power of the Federal Gov ernment to unify the railway gauges without reference to the States, he did so not as an indication of the immediate policy of the Government, but rather as an abstract expression of opinion. The power of the Fed...

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ELECTRICITY. PROPOSAL TO LIGHT LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

ELECTRICITY. - ---+ PROPOSAL TO LIGHT LILYDALE , -At a meiting of the Lilydale lro gress- Association on Monda.y even ing last, a letter was received from Mlr V. Crowlev.-, electrical co::s.ilting engineer, suggesting -that the time was now opportune for con'idering the installation of electricity at l.i'ydale; and cl:ring to attend and give pirticul. rs of a scheme "which mhe had investigated. Mr Janson said he thought it was more, a matter for. the shire council to. take up.. Personally he would like to see the place lit with electricity, although he. was i iter estod in the Gas Company. HIe vwa tfavorable to a scheme if it could be provided lld worked economic ally and satisfactorily. .Mr M. Clements said the streets of Lilydale were badly lighted. He would like to hear full partic?lras of MIr Crowley's scheme. The Box Hill electric supply was at present av eraging a cost of 3s. par house -per month. The President (Mr I.. Fuller), said an elect i. lighting inslellation for Lilyda...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

J ETIL Y' 31TNR 'Practical Boot and Shoe Maker YARRA JUNCTION. Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. All work done on prem ises at lowest prices compatible with good material and workmanship. ;--1--II--- · --------- -a U4- --·--O · --43 Enable you to finish a room with char - acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends for 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. . .. . The WUTDERLICH PATENT CEILING & ROOFIING Co. Ltd 123 Queen Streec, Melbourne. For Conitipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, e" p ' Headache, Indigestion. A Delightful Family Medicine LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, . . ~'? AIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Bdef, Mutton, Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. -Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always on hand. Customers waited upon...

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

WA RBI~RTON. L: --.~J-- :. 1 u ' - 'tle. -i ý Wears G~o e.: notes have " _oroni pled pro :--? S? a; ut n?,rrupt~dd advan.e i ggress in. uxnin r urte l advance1 i ,everj-. dire tion?.: The .:grwh of the -township has been remarkable. The exp3nsion of. the- timber.- indus t:r has broughl' many?,?ga:ea rers.iusnd families liito tle distrit. nand uin proveS the railway ravena: conside rably, The .huge coastrnuction Works of the 0 Shanncs , ys hem: cmp'oy d mfuchilaboi -locally, and quite a business boom resulted. - With the completion of the: scheme: and the consequent departure of the : w k-. men; a noticeable lull has reslt'6d; T1is" has bean acentuate, since by. the effect of the temporary clo'iig "dow- of most of the sa.wmiill. ?i, latter cause must .of course le o:lyv short-lived, for the timber is here in1 huge quntiati3s, and 'ihe ma chinery for securing it is I -p?,ae and' in good order.. \ When :inaai cial arraingements for-br:dgi.igo ov er the present dilliculty:. are com plet...

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DEEP SEA FISHES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

DEEP SEA FISHES The Prince of Monaco reports con cerning his cruise made between July 22 and October 10, 1913, between the European and North American coasts. Some most interesting studies, were made of a series of specimelis which inhabit a depth of over 3000 ft. in the ocean, and which come as near the sur face as 300 ft., during the night only. This fact is a most noteworthy one as* regards physiology, for such specimens have a surprising facility of supporting the enormous decompression which is due to this change of depth from a point of high pressure to one of low pressure, this being done at such fre quent intervals, also the recompression when again descending. In the interests of the unemployed, the Anglican Archbishop (Dr. Lowther Clarke) on Friday called upon the Prime Minister and urged him to take all possible steps to provide work. Mr. Fisher informed the Archbishop that the Government would do all in its power to keep industrial works going. ; The pripcipal subject di...

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MT. EVELYN v. MT. DANDENONG [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

MTl'. EVELY N v. 11T DAND]ENONY " The first maitcii of tlie season at Mt; Evelyn took pltce list Satur-J clay between the iicai team and one from lMt. Dandenong. The, following . are the. scores,: - Mt. Evelyn.-lst Innifigs. 'W.. Evans,. c and. b AWright ... 9 S. Dunstoine, c., b lo::s 4 T. Collier. b Holmes ... 0 IT. Thoums n, c an- b Rouso ... 20 H. Sinclair, b Rouse ... 0 E. Matti gley, c and b Holmcs... 3 G. Evans,- l ltouse-- ... 4 Roy Thomson, c and b Holmes 6 II. Biker; b Rolu's ... 0 I-. Bins, not out ... .0 Total ... 16 Seaond Inuiugs. H. Sinclair run out ... 14 S. Duirs:onee c Rouce, b Holde 7d J. Thomson. b Holmes ... 1 W'. Evans, c.. b Thomsoi O0 E. MIattingley, b Holmes . 0 G. Evans, not out ... 3 'R. Thomsosn, b Holme3 . ... .0 Sundries ... 2 Total ... 27 Mit. Dandenong.-1st ..1nings. ]R Hayes, b Collier ... 1 Rouse, run out ... 8 `Price; b Sinclair ... 5 pIolmes, c Collier. b Sinclai: - 1 HIlden, b Collier ... 2 'P. Hand, b Sinc.ir .... 0 W. Hand,. b Collier ... 1 E. ...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Special Correspondent.) The suggestions for the comfort and well-being of our troops in the Expe ditionary Forces have ben legion, but none of them is better than that mo destly put forward the other day by "Mordialloc Mother" in a short letter to the press. It is to provide rabbit skin jackets for the men who will have to go from the blood-thinning climate of Australia to the rigors of the Euro pean winter. The idea evoked instant acclamation. Expert cpin:on has de creed that nothing better in the way of.fur coats for warmth could be wished for. Of course. the rabbit-skin coat is ubiquitous, but generally it mas querades on near-fashionable wearers as something more pretentious. The suggestion opens up a wide scope for useful contributions from country resi dents.. The material is abundant enough, and a formula for lightniiig tanning given by Mr. Donald Mac donald, that animated, encyclopaedia of useful kowlcdge, makes it easy to prepare the skins to be ...

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[?] YALLOCK v. SEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

iii a'It oi the ,]uk* lrul (1li October 10 line ii cloudy* wen. - di iii i j for .1 81. ln: iled , t\rI'ooiI tc r Id Mlr \. Ilcad :`'t `], erli t' a eked t hem for "ýýin, ;1. In J,, \C~ 1 ri 1 ,ll1 u lc il.h L."1 lien; \\", li I ii1':,vu· ... SC - 3 \icl rtc 0 r j~ i ,* . 1) "" liiv 1,1,1 'liio, 25 ,, ¶i . o V \\. k-d b Scv)-~i. . A. L2Pdgc. b F lial L. Read b 11 8 0:° Nx W7l a'e, b. W Sc . f.? . , .T1 b_: Toop~ 15 - .alltce. can1b A' 1 'sc: 1 L. lead, not, : t J. Payne b.B All 1sop H. Stevens, eIenan b Li Tee e 4 (E. Grey,. std.. A ,Teese ... Sundries " :" ' - .''. 11 Total 81 3Bowling--F. Read 2. for 19, \V .talf 2 for li6, B. Al:op 2 forf 9 A. Teese :4 fo "9.1 . Woo'i- Yallock: Second Innuiigs AIl out for 50 . Soville e Ioaid hninigs- A1I': ut for 131 rais. - -----o------ .

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RIVERS OF WHEAT. SAVING THE GROWERS' MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

RIVERS OF .WHEAT. FROM FARM TO SEABOARD. SAVING THE GROWERS' MONEY; Remarkable unanimity is being shown among Australian State Govern ments concerning bulk handling of grain, and in the Victorian trade opin ion is crystallising that sweeping re form will soon be made. Mr. Trefle's direct plea for immediate action in New South Wales. Victoria, and West Australia has helped the advocates of elevators in Victoria, and action is be ing taken in -the direction of sending abroad for an expert adviser. Far mers see ahead of them vast streams of wheat moving from their districts to the 'seaboard-streams easily controlled like liquid, and requiring little labor to keep them going. The three difficul ties-provision of elevators, wheat-tight trucks and special steamers-do not de ter them, for they think the State Gov ernments should provide these. In New South Wales the farmers are said by Agricultural Department officials to be unanimous in favor of bulk hand ling; in Victoria doubt is confin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

'Ji .J E Jibis.' _3E '1{~I,.- `. uIeI to suItor considecrably front ifadilges-: Lio?n a'nd-live r troblle,' a'sIyss 4\1lr o-loeloyy, "'orkdeine,_" .1+den?ntl V.ale iRod, .lIouli, Edcei:. N,, llavinj tried several so-called cures with no good elccc I followed the ad-' vice of a friend and.' took a coursi of Chamberlaiu's Tabiets. They im mc:liat;ly gave me relicf and 1. was soon rid oJ jIidigctLt,ion. Now- 1 Latk{ them iegulrly aid liirdid they keej Lnme free from -my old codi"lpi t. - WIAT ARE -YOU DOING ? WHAT 'ARE YOU DOING ? Send - , OUR. AD.- ALONG, YOUR .ADi -ALONG, And we'll introduce a - lot of friends- £eople, .you: have -not? met - hefore- .eople who live here in-this district- People- you. ought -to., know--People . with money- ;to, spend: -If .your-store-is "a good store ''and yourigoods-are the right goods -LET THE PEOPLE KNOW! SLE'T THEY:PEOPLE KNOW1 - SVeW caunhelp you there. This paper • is- read- by thousands, and your -in`ad;' ints columns will--be road by .thousand...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") Positano has already sired four Mel bourne Cup winners in something like a dozen years. This is a wonderful stud record, and no one will be surprised if it is imlproved this Spring. Positano is again well represented in the great han dicap, his chief hope being, of course, Ulva's Isle, For a horse who has achieved Weight for Age destruction, Ullva's Isle has a very handy weight in the Melbourne Cup, and all things considered, it. seems. safe to predict that, fit and well on the day, he will put up a big fight. Nothing happened at the just con cluded Caulfield meeting to encourage the belief that any of the Victorian three-year-olds will be found capable of coping with SWoorak and Mountain Knight in the V.R.C. Derby. It is true that Blague won the Caulfield Guineas in good style and that Burrabadeen and Newberry both shaped fairly well at -the same meeting, but in neither case -was the form quite good enough to warrant Derby hopes while Woorak and Moun...

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ORANGE-BLOSSOMS. STANLEY—BEDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

" ORANGE -BLOSSOMS. STANLEY-BEDFORD. Thle marriage of Mr Reginald G?harles Stanley, eldest son of hMr Charles Joseph Stanley, of Yering, to Miss Lucy Mary Bedford, eldcst daughter of Mr David Bedford, of Surrey Hills (late of Lilydle), was celebrat.ed at Holy Trinity .Church of England, Surrey -ills, on Sat urday, October 3, by the Rev. Mr Brazier. 4Approp.ri .t? music und t:o \Veddihng March were played by the organist, Miss Carleton. lThe bride, who was .given awnny by her father, wore a pretty dcra ped gown of ivory crepa de chine, the bodice being also of the same material, softly folded and trimo meoIwith shadow lacE, with straunds etf seed pearls, the train being fin ishel with clusteis of orange bles som and pearl knots. Her veil, kindly .lent by a lady friend, wary arrange:l over a wr'eath of orange blossom, and she carried a bca.uti ful shower bouquet of white lia?c and 'sweat-paas and asparagus furn. The bridegroom's -gift was a gold wristlet Wcatch. The bridesmaids were h...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

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MAPS FOR THE BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

MAPS FOR THE BLIND. The 'most remarkable mali of Lon don yet conceivel is now contemplated for the use of the blind. It is a map that will convey to the sightless through the sensitive tips of their fingers a true mental impression of the position of the main thoroughfares, and the means of access to them. This map will bo "drawn" in relief, and will consist of a combination of dots and dashes, a medium that has already provided for the sightless what had before been denied to them. Already the blind are in possession of the most complete series of plans of London's underground railways that are available for public use. They are able, by the aid of eleven embossed charts, to study in detail the routes of each tube system, the metro politan and the district railways, and can follow without any possibility of error the complete inner circle of the whole network of underground services.

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[?]DALE ROVERS v. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

R ' 41LE 11I'o v. \ O.i_, - abovc tntchl whi: h, was con 'at Liljydl: on "itultrday last, nl i, aI win for ti.I Rjovers by itn the lirst innings. :.scre- were .s lfllows :- lArr..--li'. t I migs.. ruan ut ... 20 .". i TcownV. b Dlncavy,;... 14 . run out ... 32 alc a b Town ... 6 SToa ,. l F'r. t ... 12 b lirut ... 2 -1 b Frst ... 7 . rull i111 .t.. 0 . b ha ddcu ... 1 b fro)t ... .3 SCat ot ... a tundlies ... 1 lttl ...106 '.-\ '. \luddutn I for 20. S.?ir 3(. lDuolc'ivy 1 fr 20. F. I fr 32. -?ldit.,I . - i 1 i ttings. -Li'a. 110 ,- t 1 l?. Ians ... 0 * b '?t'r l ... 12 . b ? il,.le i ... 0 -?a . a hi,': ... 16 L?eae. ,'l;lheu . .... 5 -ad. e mi b i.eeth ... 12 b Icavij. ... 0 :c - b re. l l'ri InIi 5 ... 2 I lt lll ... t !.t,1 ... 61 4? ticphl'lsu 1 folr 5. Ce I-r 1;. L'vi= 1 Ifor 11. Low .1.br 1. 1Ceeth 1 fair 5. .ra i'r . L'ri,~ni s 1 for 7. "l l .r.- 2 n i n ui 'a . lauddn 0( C and -I To~ 0 ... 1 a:' c ,unb 3hd dr n ... 12. ri rll ! outt .. . 18i ,. lbw. h -\ltddcu ... O0 " T" \'...

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