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

RINGWOOD MARKET. --.c--- {! Ml rket will ,-ilpiecd hil- " k. i kers, iiiro.liui m. 1 I' t i I sprin?er.s to 1.1 " ';l: *at,,? U l'2s Gd<; Fh;"lpl"'rs ," ,',*" . stlore (.ow' Io 1, I ' . 6 light, to. s Il; l'ig : j.low. to 1.3s; porker- tO . -' l I ,h tO .s; su ker.- los ti. 1 : 'i,. I cuckcrel- 1s ;kd: to : h,'-;" .to 3:s lid; ducks tl Iu d: 1 I Is 3d tou 2 I 1p1-ir; .hi*,ke' n 1i Id p.r PIi.r. JHr-:: r'.I aged, to .11 10.; p nitc. I' : L,. .undi-s at u.uail ralte:. tial 2th. 20

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

BIRTH.   BLEAKLEY.—At "Hallithwood,"         Warburton, October 21st, to Mr and Mrs William Bleakley, twin sons.

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CONVENT BAZAAR AT LILYDALE. OPENED BY MADAME MELBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 23 October 1914

SCON.VE ^NT BAZAAR AT ' LILYDALE. - g--on---- The' "muclh-anti Aipatd bazzs?t in aid 'of the Lilydale Convent-School was opened by3 tlitriaLe -;Melba on -WVdnesdi :tafernoobi: at. 3 'o clock. Oni. accoiuiL otf the o aitbreak- of. wa, in -Europe-' the b a,./Il ?id lin postponed.;- bat in o rd ;..': t) ke"p .ati 3'hl . i t.' oe to- wh\oni a r, uio , -.icket1, 'had i:ce i' sld: 'and ttls vhore giat. Ycce ot sil, tfze 1av. lo in?hr dledec.-1 t hold" tl;e event. even under cdisadaidtfitareius' cir unt staices. Profiptly at tbhree o'clock,: Madame Mlelba, accompanied by Mlrs Geo Arnstrong, arrivecd; and was met by the-children of the school, dres sed in .white, who formed her escort to the -platform. There she Was met by Dr Short, Cr Hughes,.I essrs Duncan, -Harrison. Janson, and the bazaar secretary ((1::1 T. W. Simp son.) A beautiful bouquet was p.e seted .to Madame. Melba at the en trance -to tlhe ball, and another by Kathleen Silver- 0on hei arrival at .the platform. - : ,.Mr 7T . W. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

?ildren~?s Hacking Cough a p1 ods, Great Peppermint ti is directed .to several dternotices in this issue ri sling columns, tING .CQU II,-'- y littl, 'j Aoopjng couglhvery badly 4 ". Henderson, the People: trlien road, Mornington out?several cough medi . SpYgU d any of them doing h, then I: Z tried Chbarn ugh ZItemedy and'he got Srelief.t Since then I ha. St'Y bottle of this won Sery0 by meOand recomimeno In Intehjson, Lilydale; t ''.grove?? ; Scott and Al, I b.W fradshaw and aO ieseavill* t'he iinstrcl boy to tLe . war has gone ait the ranks of health :yoii'll find him ; SWoods' Peppermint Cure hIe's de plcding on, p nAnd he left i4secoigh bqhiP}d m. -Don't leave 14o }e whý: b?i?ad you roam Wtihout a stock 01o0le by you, For health is vict'ry you'll all agree So don't let. s ,ckness try you. A man h live s.it our town Sthought he Was won?idbious w?_ge; i:He jumped into .a busiess but :would'i nadvertise. Aiid when "he foiiundi his : businesS gone: lie tried a neetuhod sa?-? lie star...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Friday, October 23.—Before Messrs Jas. Wallare, T. Harrison, and F. B. Hithgow, J.'sP. Railway Ropes Stolen. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

LILYDALE OLICE COURT.-. t b'. r 1 . . - e.l "o e ..l. I s s o, iI'. 1_c: ' II Har1i,, an1 .,,ilvuy 1.p:s S?al. : linsman teas chargced Sia'ing stolen two ropes jh? i (flen on September tepropert of the Railway Dec th lils; e tor Cos:elloe pro tald ti t ied t.he facts ol fe., .. t, en i edriver, s i - il orking with accused at .j xlin.l in's claim, StCel's Oin of thie ropes produced.. i ., a, t the nine. Accused S' ?vitnes uunre,. 1 t won't.. do S:ti iloe ropIes be seen lying at'... ed- as :eJ. you fort. the ol0 v'u oweC d nme, andt y ou is aud. ., ?uld snot y. 1 told you .1 :,i to the police ;alnd say. 411 tolen property .on the 'r i.holslnl miner, Steel's -iid l, e w :as working; on the ,, clilul as accused. He remem ,l acc;sd I,rlging some ma"h. v fro? the Yarr'a Glen station e ine which Was tied on to ,dvoiith a chrin andl piece of iuillar to th-lt, produced. The ,,, afterw'ard used on the ., : Yo aid sevcradl ti that i i lu Ii u ti . i,'-e the rope ' a!iii So'ie day. frid ine wa...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARGE OF ASSAULT. ENGTHY CASE AT LILYDALE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

CHARGE OF .ASSAULT. ., " --:----oo-L----- .ENGTIIIY CASI,: AT Lli.Yi.AL Tlihe J;einh ll(Mes~-r .? ls. Wallace .iid T. llarison, J.'sP.) were occu i.d for a considerable timo at. the uilydale Police Court. on Friday in hearing the evidence uand the nu nerous cross-examiliations in con nection with a chaige of unlawfu.' :ssault at Stringy Bark, ncear Cold. .stream, on 8thi October, the col - .l;imant bring M3iry Prammo d I:iy .and the defendant- Jas , M. Kerr. Mr Power (instructed by Mr Doria) and Mr Maxwell (instructed by Mr M.,rshlll l.yl )appe r:l re pa tiv Iv for the complainant and t:i (lefen dant. All witnesses were ordered out of court. The complainant in her evidence sa.i that on hlic 8th inst. Kerr caml to the gate of the prope ty oecrul i : by herself. husband, and family, and used certain threat.s and was very rude.. J. F. To\ t and a poli:cmaan afterwards came up. Her husband asked the poli.e ollicial i lice had aI wranut. and lie said 'No.' -ler husband then i r.i.l they ...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

GAVE TNSTAN? ItiELIEF "'My litt}o dauughter IlIaud was very hlad with' crouep and I was quite worn oýt w1'l losss 'of sleep,' say. M1rs Ca hgine oljanq), ' it Ade laide road., Ber1haNupof, N.Z. "A f.riend had seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised for. the relief of croup and suggested my trying oit. T did so andl it gave tho .:hili instaint relief. I I;,lsc yR ýceiI l .; ens of Children redvced of crou b' O aigberlai's rougA Wemiedi,

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONVENT BAZAAR AT LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

CONVENT BAZAAR AT LILYDALE. - oo0 The Convent bazaar at Jilydal wI as concluded on Mionda:y night, after a very successful run. of liv afternoolns and evenings. ]irisIh business wa-s done; particularly oi the linal night, and the stall hl.,der had a very busy timend. It is antici -pated that the bazaar will result ii over LA00 being realised for thl Convent buildi.,g lurid, a highly sa t:Sfactory result to all concerrie:l. On 'MondiLy night, before .the re mainder of the goods` on the stall were disposed of by bruce auction Mr T. W. Simpson, J.'P.. on behal of the Rev. Mother. of thai Convent expressed thanks for the sp!eudli support extended to. thle baza'r. J. was gratifying, he s:aid. under tu adverse circuin-..(nces of the war etc.. to know that the bazaar hiar iT.,v.d Lig. 1: su.c s f..l.fro.u ev r. point of view. The eariest. wort of the st:illholders and assistanh: d s ' ve.l 1 be.al cma;e..da.ion a t to all who helped to hripg the bazaar , t' such a? successfuil issu( was ex...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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ON THE FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

ON.THE FRONTIER. -My friend Lindsay was studying for an historical examination, and wanting first hand infJrmation, proposed we should make a cycle tour from Boulogne to Metz. seeing the battlefields of the Franco-Prussian war in route. I read ily fell in with his proposal. One hot summer's day found us ped allihg into Rheims, where we visitea the fine old cathedral and enjoyed a mid-day lunch of boiled eggs, rolls and coffee at a litle table on the footpath. Rheims was the first modern town we had passed through on the tour, and it was a pleasant change to see wide 'streets and handsome new buildings. We imagined we were in Paris. After leaving Rheims, which the na tives pronounce "Ramz," we left behind the smiling countryside, and the scen-; ery became very desolate. The long straight road, bordered with giant pup lars, seemed interminable, and the vil lages we passed through looked drear and unkempt. Our next night's stop was at Ver dun, a small garrison town on the swift flowing...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rustic?s.") Statements were made by a deputa tion representative of Northern shires who .waited upon the Minister of Cus toms the other day which are of a. nature calling for niore investigation than was promised. The object of the deputation was to have the duty on. fodder suspended during the currency of the drought. The aim of the sus pension.was according to the speakers, to. compel those who had cornered sup plies .to sell at reasonable rates. Mr. Sampson, IM.H.R. said that never be fore in the history of the-Common wealth had there been a parallel to the present condition of the country. The total production of hay.- and chaff in Victoria- in normal times was abouit 1,000,000 tons, of which 900,000 tons was consumed locally, leaving about 100,000 tons available for export. The Victorian production was about one third of the total for the Common wealth. He estimated that this year there would only be 55,000 tons, which, with 100,000 left over from last ye...

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KEEPING ONE'S PECKER UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

KEEPING ONE'S PECKER UP. Midway upon this passage. of my life,- as Dante says, or Longfellow, or nobody in particular; here where I am I have come to the conclusion that all worry is the greatest possible mistake. I never yet came across a prospect so dark that it couldn't be blackened by moping over it. I never yet knew an anxiety that did not shrink at least a little if one walked honestly up to it and looked it squarely in the face. Matter of taste, no doubt. Lie prone and howl, if you will, with'your nose in the sod; but there is no surer way of making all your molehills look like mountains. Head erect, march ing steadily forward, the molehills don't hurt one much; a httle stumble now and then-what matters it? All worry 'is a sort of 'panic, and men ot good counsel hate the idea of it. The man who totters into battle, dread fully nervous over the possibility that he may be shot, is already no better thain carrion. Coddle your worries, and you become at onca the slave or funk. -A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age PURE AND VERY WHOLESOE. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OV 3J EA . Pure French Grape ^BY c." LIVE STOCK INSURANCE, ------o------ ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS--- COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE TIIERE. AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. -CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID, ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED APPLY TO DALGETY ? CO., LTD., MELEBOURNE. cnmommor..l.. ?"?"n"?atg"?stF Ir? lml, m IC. E. MILLER * AND CO., S -- The - FURNITURE REMOVERS & STORERS, * 317 COLLINS STREET, " MELBOURNE. 'Phones 9278-9279. Large number Vans constantly travelling country; we want back loading. Write us. If railing, consign to us, Spencer Street, and advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at current rates. VANS RETURNING At Early Dates -FROM Sale, Traralgon, Bairnsdale, War ragul, Pakenham, Geelong, Cam perdown, Colac, Healesville, Lily .. dale, Ballarat, Castlemaine... Back Loading Wanted FIVE RULES...

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Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

FR.DAY' OCTOBER 30, 191-1. On Tuesdi3y-the Ya.Ta Glei. bratinchI of tle Red Ciross society sent to headquarter.s a: parcel of 7B.i ar ticles iicade by local ladies for the above society. for the use of the soldiers. Comijulsory Al~cd nt Jnsur.ne. `his Act is to be gazettcil on 7th November ne.t . I .sur.r.> l. i_.g at a distuance -~:ho cominmunicat. wita the local representlative of the State Uovernment J.hsurance Oiice, 'r U. \V. Mihle. will be niforded all inflor :mation and waited on anid :ropo sals colhmpkl d. As the time as slhort, it is impi rt, ti 1 taiat it - quiries hIe nmade at once,.so tlh;.iL .eclth jiarticulahi district can be at tcndced to at, the one visit.. The St:itte Insurance. Coy.- is, receiving excellent support, and. insurers ca,. not do, better than, support the Government ollice. Adv. 1?r E. A."Duunca-n, the Labor can didLat for the Evelyn State el.C ion on No?eniber..26, will address: the elec tors at tLfe Atlheinccum Hall. Lilvy dale, oni Wedn\lesday nex...

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RED ROSA. WARS ON GERMAN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

RED ROSA. -WARS ON GERMAN ARMY. Rosa 'Luxemburg, a Polish Jewess, is the man of the hour-so to speak in Germany. "Red Rosa," she is popularly called, for she is the tigress of German-So cialism, a wild, relentless, firebrand whose tactics almost make those of her sister fury in England, Mrs. Pank hurst, dovelike by comparison. , The leader of the women's wing or the great Social Democratic army in Germany, Frau Luxemburg, has been in the public eyes for many years. At the annual conventions of the party her strident voice is always raised on be half of uncompromising radicalism. To suppress her, when she starts on anl oratorical rampage, is nearly as her culean a task for the party manage ment as the- overthrowal of the exist ing order in the State itself. She is nevertheless an asset of great worth to .the cause, and the controversy in which she is now the central figure- exposure of brutalities in German bar racks-has made her for the moment the darling of the Socialist world. SEN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

- Sbi : (L,: t iU L L:-I CX. .. ..O"N S , , ·: ." - ; T -". * 10Co U10TE AND JNTJE '' SOLICI:TED FO E. A. DUNCAN, THE - SELECTED L'ABOR CANDIDATE. E. A. DUNCAN SELECTED LABOR CA(N DIDATE. Will Address the Electors in the ATHENAEUM HALL LILYDALE - on - WEDNESDAY -NEXT, NOV. S 4, at 8 p.m. , 4.-STA TE GE( NER A?.L ELECTION . ~--0-- -o -E VE LYN . - W. H. Everard :THE I'ROGIES J VE IBEIERAL Will Address the Electors as follows : Healesville, Thursday, Nov. 5, Burt's Hall. Yarra Glen, Friday, November 6, Victoria Hall. Lilydale, Friday, November 13 Athenaeum Hall Croydon, Saturday, November 14 Mechanics' Hall. All meetings 8 p.m. Ladies : pecially Invited. State Parliament Elections. ELECTORATE OF EVELYN., Before promising-your vote, .heir, all : the candidates. 'GEOiRGE' A:. M AXWE-L:L s aLibeal,' And will address meetings throughout the electorate. Watch local papers for annoucement of date when lie will speak in the district. Please address all communications to George A, Maxwell, Se...

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VALUE OF COMMON SALT [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

VALUE OF COMMON SALT Besides being such an essential part of culinary art, salt has many other uses perhaps not generally known. Salt cleanses the palate and furred tongue, and a gargle of salt and water is often efficacious. A pinch of salt on the tongue, followed ten minutes after by a drink of cold water, often cures a sick headache. Salt hardens the gums, makes the teeth white, and sweetens' the breath. Added to the water in which cut-flowers stand, it keeps them fresh. Salted water and alcohol in' solution should be used for rubbing weak ankles. Salt used dry in the same manner as snuff will do much to relieve colds, hay fever, etc., etc., and, if used for bathing tired eyes, it will be found very refreshing. Salt and water will stop hemorrhage from the extraction of teeth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

f Public Notices Workers Compensation Act, 1914 Compulsory Insurance. 1R. . . W. 3J1LNE, the appointed -Representative for the Strate Go - vernmient .1 lsuauce Co.; will next we-k visit. ui ?rict cent.es and com plete p1rop. s:.l for insurers. Atten tion wilt be given to proponents who notify either verbally or by let ter their i uteIiion of supporting the Goverumentl Ollice. YERING; 26th, SblEf\.ILE & WAN DIN YALLOOK 27th and 28th, and WOOIt. YALLOUK 29th. 'Cuoriespondecce invited and pro posal forms forwardedL on applica .tion. Risks of All Classes Accep ted,- and-No Exceptions, Made. 'FEDlERAL :-ASHSTO IE. H. LEACH Proprietor... No necessity to go to M.anJurne o make. purchases to save money. iou can do so right hers and now. You have been looking for a shop tike this Now you have it. My stock is large and varied, and of .he very best quality. - Drop in and see me-see the fine stocks I have, and bring a mizxon Jope with you to see my prices. Stou'll want.one to seethel?m-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

* 5ELY J1TN `:Practical- Boot and Shoe Maker' YARRA JUNCTION. Repairs execnte.d with neatness and despatch. All work done on prem - .... ises at.lowest prices compatible with good materialand workmanship. WU DUUEELH METAL MILINGS 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. iThe WVN DEBLIOI PATET CEILING & IROOFIN G Co. Ltd 3.63 Queen Streoc, Melbouzsze For Coniipation, , -Biliousness, Bad Breath, ' Headache, Indigestion. Deightful Famly edicince LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, .. i MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Mutton, Corned Beef, Pork and Tlongues always obtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. .. CAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always o-u hand. Customers waited upon daily and or...

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COAL CUTTING MACHINE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

COAL CUTTING MACHINE Revolutionary changes in coal-mining methods are promised upon the general introduction of a coal-mining machine developed by Mr. HI. A. Kuhn, a Pitts burg mining and mechanical engineer, who has spent more than ten years in perfecting the machine. The device, constructed of structural steel, can at tack the coal seam in any position, moving up or down or in any direction in which the seam leads. It takes out more. than 90 per cent. of the coal in the ground, whereas the best practices of to-day seldom recover more than 70 per cent. of the coal. It is stated that the machine has demonstrated that it can cut the cost of mining coal by half. It is said that ten of them can produce over 1000 tons of coal -a day. Only two men are needed to guide the mechanism of each machine, which takes the coal from the seam, cuts it. puts it on a conveyor, and loads it in a pit car without a human hand touch ing it. Electricity or compressed air can be used, and so little power i...

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Electrician. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914

Electrician. Forty-two applications were received for th-e position- of Electrician to .the Council, :and: Mr. Wrighlt, brother of the Bos?Hill electrician; ivts appointed :to the position: S General Business. Cr., Hughes mioved :that. engineer prepare 'planns and sipecificationis for Work on Bedford Road. -Carried. Cr. M'Ghee moved tht- tenders be called for work on Warburton Road past 1ill: from- Main Road.-Carried. Cr. Buri ' moved, Cr. Wallace sccoadcing, _t~ ;tLahCrnative tcidcrs be calicd for forming and clearing aind for clearing only on piortion of Overton Roid:-Carried. . Cr. B131air moved that c;igineer have crosi~ig ?"i :.ilcdenat intcrsection of Lin coln and I- Iull R lads.%-Carried Cr. M 'Alpin anovitd, seconded, by Cr. Burgi, that secretarr- write to Mct 'ropolitan-Board of, Works iasking them to put a standpipe at Ringýood, anid that the Council .put: a water trough "or horses near the station.-Carried. C r..Hughcs moved that the Coniitr. .io'ds Board be asked to w'id...

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