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YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914
YARRA JUNCTION. i i ki .t, rt tii i s thout1 dryt barc some ifat4 . ticeut about their e1xpeiinces, a fe? 1t?le nicideniti haive come to light Of: ladies there were plenty, of gentlemen none at all, Out for a picnic -pary, toivisit B3iit Saunt ia Fall* A4.ll dainty, trim, n?nd sland h ss i :ict"ure. .to behold:. Ready..forfi fui and frolic, as off the tiuck they rolled.:. .s niice to tbe indepehdent, t- do .without the. boys;:' They: thilnk -t}hey. ar -so importaiit; and miake such a dread?ful noisc. L' feels so aftifly joll~y,,:' slid ouii o6~ the party ga3y, "'Toido .jusb as you wanL-t"lo,' and no : body say- you m-an.y:" At -last- quite. exllhaste t e.- Talls thlieyq reach. Ope1n up their baskets,. ha?e: somec thing each; "dAdrink would be nirce, says a; thirsty one, And! no sooner said than the -'thing is done. As ,a maiden steps cautiously: over thIfe rocks,. .: Sectires .her. drink;. an?d t." ets lier socks,: And while in -blle ivaLte :_ si, cal.mlyv sits, Her" breathless coum...
Engineer's Report [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914
Enginer's Ripolt 'Mr HIamilton o 'Sinclair reporicic as foillows : Contzracts .--The following were t completcd during ithe niontlh-Olcir ing and formiig" Linicl r ad. Rifus sell road, (Caut rbiry r.'ad, metalling Yarra, read... The contracts in hand are proceeding sa.t.is?nt.orily. Slub dv'smnlI 11 n.- Th fol"ov'n't Iplans of subdivision 'were aplroved d(uring the moutth : M''Durimutt's, at ].ingi( ood : Taylor's. at Itingwood ; Thomison s at Mooroolbark. _ Tihe aligiment I of -roads;c in:HIwish's sub-. 1i\vision, . oydoiin= -a puie1y foirmnal matt er, 'was also approved.- Watei ing. Place.--A proper apprda-chi to Stringy-b)rk Cr.ek Wrjrr.on. road. , Waudinl, is required to make it more suitable as n )vatering place. I The cost would be -.only about Ll. 1 Drainage, Hewish Roadct-The. wa. tercourse running south from ilewish Road through MIr Kerr's land, Croyf. don, needs cleaning outL 1 should like to know whether th"ere is any special.agreement with Mr Kerr in regard to this .matt...
RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914
RINGWOOD MARKET. - D. Ci. 'ClellInd and Co .repl.rt - Market wed sup-l ed. Mlilk.rs, L3 17 s. Gd to L5 10s; springers, to L(% 13s; fat cows to I4 10s; bulls to 4.A 10s; choppers to L2 15s; store' cows to L2 5s; vealers, light, to 12s 63d; Pigs: baconers, 50s tj 6Cs; porkers, 36is b 42s; slips, 16s to, 19s 6d; suckers, 10s Gd to 14s; Fowls ; cockerels, i:riuie, 7s Gd pulr hces 3s 3d to 4s pair; ducks to 3s 9d; chickens, is to Is G6 pair; duck lings is 3d to ls 10d pair; Hlorsscs draughts to JL22 10s; pofiIes, L. .'s to L l10s. Sundries at usual prices. Next sale. Monday, NgNFvem ber 2rnd.
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914
BOW LS. 'The Lilydle :Bowling Green was .ill cially opened -for. the season on Wcdnesda.y afternoo ,, whi? a matIhi :as also pliyed agaiust Healesvitle. the result of which, iater a close anid interesting game, ws a l win for the Lilydale team by 6i to 56. nl the presence of a fair atten dclatice, .the President, of the Lily ýla.le club (Mr C. . Mitaliell) briefly expressed his pllasUre at haviag t-1w H-lealesville bo.wlers down ti play tlhem. on their openi-g day. He and the club members atways enjoyed . t gabme with the I-e;tlesvle.teo, who were kenoi oIL the game anrd capa:tble plu.cer.s. IHie Iholect to see the Lily dale men returned winners that af ternon. l.t declaring the green opl:e for the season. he. expressed the hope that, it would be. a prosperous year for the club and enjuyau?l. fori its members. T'o the aecomi an?iiuent f ai:pL.u.c, Mrs C. J. Mitchell (the Plesidcits wife), . well and truly bbowled thei lirst jack, and the green was soon a busy scene of bowlers. Rleti...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Mr Greenwood's "explana tioii" niay be sufficient to himself, a he evidently puts' pledges, or other. w ise "labor creed," before conscience principles, but it is no explanation te a democratic mind,. (a) The Liberals did. allow a wet canteen, but it does not mean to say, because a Labor government was re turned and the Liberals had no further . corltrol: that had they still been in power they would not have closed the wet canteens. After the disgraceful conduct of some of the recruts, no doubt pressure was brought to bear, and the Government wisely removed the temptation from the men who were only weakening their physique and morale, and woul, be, small -credit to Australia were they. encouraged to indulge in un healthy appetites. (ni) "That a Labor candidate will give. effect to his platform, no matter what his occupation," etc., etc, sounds very fine in theory. lbut after all is this not working like a machine system ? Are men to go on acting by a set'code ? -...
OUR LITTLE BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914
i0TR I 'iTr R POX ,\itlih?it lcccjLnarily indor ing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may be intelligent lj and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on cndition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. !: - " /---? e-' ? sir,-lRe the letters whichi. iave, appeared in the columns 'of your journal concerning thle complaints against the action of the council giving- permission t'. MNr Read to divert, the course of flood waters from their natural course on the Yarra- Ro6ad . I dcire to st-ite that I have becl. accuIsed of being the persoll w'ho forwa rded t'-ein for pub lica.tion. Will yjoube good enough to case tlie inidsb of the accusers oal the subject; ? Yours. etc., FIED TOPPING. -Wonga- Park, 26-10:14. (The letters published- onq the, sub ject. were: not sent, in or Writtefi; by Mr Topping.--Ed.) by ii.'.
C O DO [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914
C O O . . DO . . Dust-f£rom - which,; dues niot- Rus kin say;, diamoids are made. We, have "had our share of tlate. Now, too, the old coach and cab. are "to be superseded by the motor car and motor coach. Already these ate in evidence iin Croydon, the .latter plying between the railwav stat ion and the foot of the Munht. .hid~ the dust!) Well, we cannot swallow it all. XWater supplies, too, are run. Ding low. What a pity .it'is that, Rhigwood and Croy don c?unot con cciive some Bsheme for i watersuip ply. The Mletropolitan Board cano presumably be counted out, as there sceus only time remotest chuirce of a water supply .front .that body, though thTir l-romis s wer .tke:i in goad faith. The petitioners who asked ~i.t':e scheduling oif the..10.25 p.m. dlown train to Croydon will leara with surprise tha.t thle J)eparltmint 1,. is not enl;ttai. cl. th2 id.a, Ev'detly enterprise is a, foregal word with our railway - heads. Every other train that. has been scheduled has proved a, success;...
ANGLO-RUSSIAN ENTENTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914
ANGLO-RUSSIAN ENTENTE. For the first time in 30 years a Bri tish fleet has appeared in Russian wa ters. The first cruiser squadron, con sisting of the battle cruisers Lion, Queen Mary, Princess Royal, and New Zealand, accompanied by the light crui sers Blond and Boadicea, under the com mand of Rear-Admiral Sir David Beatty arrived at Reval on June 18. Officers and men were most hospitably received at the Easthonian port, being welcomed by the officials and populace with remarkable expressions of friend ship. The President of the Duma; M. Rodzanko, and members of the Duma Commission on Naval Affairs, engaged in the inspection of naval works during the stay of the squadron, went on board the flagship Lion, and on behalf of the Duma and the Bussian people extended a welcome to the English fleet. Early on the morning of June 22 the squadron anchored off the island fort- ress-.-Cronstad-exchannging salutes with. the Russian warships anchored in the roads and with i'ort Constantine, the m...
USEFUL RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 30 October 1914
USEFUL RECIPES. Yorkshire Tea Scones.---- lb liour (or li large cups), 1 oz. butter, (or a tablespoonful), 1 dessertspoonful su gar, .1 cup milk, 2 teaspoontuls bak ing powder, 1 egg. Put butter into a saucepan, when dissolved put in the milk, and make warm; place sugar in a basin, and pour on the warm milk. Then place flour in mixing bowl, and mix in baking powder, make a well in centre and drop in thu egg, then pour on milk and mix well. The paste should be thin, roll and cut into shapes, place on hot floured oven shelf, and bake in hot oven ten min utes. Scotch Scones.-2 breakfast cups flour, 2 heaped teaspoons baking pow der, salt to taste. Mix flour anti baking powder, then rub in 2 oz. but ter, half a pint milk, mix quickly, roll and cut into shapes, bake in hot oven. Girdle Scones.-Three level break fast cups flour, 3 teaspoonfuls baking p powder, salt to taste. Mix with a large cup of milk and water, half aind half, divide dough into half roll, and cut 4 scones from each. Co...
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
Archbishop Clarke will visit thls district this coming week-end for. the following purposes :- Sunday mnorning, Christ Churdh; Silvan. de dication of new church and con lirmation; Sunday afternoon, VWest Warburton, St. Mlark's, dedication of chancel and vestry, and conlirma tion of a" number of candidates ; Sun. Br day evening, St. 3hary's, Warbur ton, preacher at evonsong. Theie t, Archbishop will be the guest of M"r anud Mrs Wiscman, of Silvan. on Saturlday nighlt, and stay at- the \Vicardge, \Viarbuirton, oni Suitday'". night. " On Monday next Messrs 1T. t B. Mlorton a.md Son will offer by auction a ')-roomed W.B. villa and a IV.I. shop atL Warb urton. Par ticulars are advertised in anotlher column. i .TRJED A SAMPLE.- " Some S years ago. .1 was subject to bil iousness from whicl. I could get no relief," says Mr W. G. Miller, grocer; Lindlicld. N.S.W. J" I was Sgivrn a ssample of Chamberlain's 'atblets andl a few hours after ta it king .thenm all traces of biliousness was complet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
ELECTION rOTICES STAT GENEIL v rLECTIO. -- - -o i - EVELYN . - S'A. IDENOAN, T ESELE O TE D - L A B O R . J A N D ID A -QT E . ST`'ATE GENERAL ELECTION. " EVELYN. W m. H H Everard -'ili E 'ROGRE;SIVE .LIBERAL Will Address the Electors as follows: Yarra Glen, Friday, November 6, Victoria Hall.. Lilydale, Friday, Noveiiiber 13 Athenaeum Hall Croydon, Saturday, November 14 Mechanics'. Hall. Ringwood. on Monday, 16th Nov. at .8 p.m. SAll meetings 8 p.m. Ladies : pecially Invited.. / To the Electors of Evelyn. Having now addressed the Electors in every centre in the clectorate Mr. GEORGE A. MAXWELL respectfully solicits your VOTE :- and INFLUENCE. - 00--- CONCLUDING MEETINGS. Nov .7-Arthur's Creek at 8 p.m. 9- East Doncaster 8 11-Debate on Preferenic",toi -Unionists at Ringwood with Mr A. V. Green, wood at 8 p.m. 12-Lecture at Healesville, 8 13-Hurst Bridge 8 16-Mernda ... 8 17- Coldstream ... 8 18-Warrandyte ,... 8 19-Ringwood ... 8 20-Yarra Glen ... 3 20-Steel's Creek-- ... 8 21-Dixon'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
For C~hild;e's IIackiug Cough at Night, Woods- Great Peppermint Cure--1E 6d. WHOOPING COUGH.--'My little boy had whooping cougliRvery badly, says Mrs A. Henderson, the Peoples Store, 47 Elgen road, Mornington, N.Z. I tried scevcral cough medi - cines without any of them doing him any goZod, then I tried Cham berlain's Cough ZRemedy andthe got immZediate relief.' Since then I lhav always kept a bottle of this won derful remedy by meand recommend it to everyone.' Sold by J. Iutchinson, Lilydale; 0. H-ansen, Millgrovel; Scott and Al len, Yagra Glen.; S.H. HBradihaw and W. J, Thwbor IUeatlesville. SThe English, Scottish D and Australian Bank a LIMITED. A BRANCH of this BANK i now ' OPEN DAL1Y at RINGWOO0 with an AGENCY at CROY DON, Open TUESDAYS anm FRIDAYS, 10 till 12. 0 When EVERY KIND of BANK ING BUSINESS may be fransacted. P. T. YOUNGV - Manager A 5. MILNE & SON > -_MAIM STREET, LILYDAJLE. News Asents, Stationers The following lines always on hand : Fancy Goods. Toys. Gam...
WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
WONGA PARK. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Splendid rain fell here last Saturday afternoon, whtch was badly-needed. , A cricket match which was in progress had to be adjourned for the day. The Church of Christ Sunday school anniversary, held on Tues day evening,- October 27, was a success. Songs, recitations, and dialogues were gone through by the scholars, who rendered their parts well. Prizes were distri buted to every scholar. The State-school committee met last Thursday evening for the purpose of making arrange ments for purchasing a Union Jack-to replace the one which was destroyed by fire some time ago, so that the scholars can carry out the instructions of the department as to saluting the flag every Monday morning,
LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30TH EPT, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
icl LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL, d ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30TH 'EPT, 1915. In le At the last meeting of the above, the 11 estimates for-the several ridings, as e prepared by the secretary, were adopted, v- as follows :- ESTIMATED INCOME. S.W. N,W. E. £ £ £ General Rate at is 9d 2745 1735 1240 Arrears General Rate 30 120 20 Separate Rate ... 60 - - Arrears Sep'e Rate.. 4 - - I Arrears Extra Rate... 8 - Arrears Improv: ,, ... 2 - - Interest on Rates ... 17 15 3 Pan Fees ... ... 203 247 - Govt Endowment ... 262 224 314 Dog Reg Fees ... 85 L30 35 Police Court Fines ... 7 7 7 Lilydale Baths ... ...--30 ... Lilydale Library ... 15 e Hire of Lillydale Hall .. 70 .. Pound Fees ... ... 12 12 Licenses and Equiv't 64-. 130 11 Interest,etc, Croyd'n 1 and R'wood Halls... 69 . I Wire Netting Repay's 15 .. 55 - Sale old Cricket Gr'd 230 . Miscellaneous Income 30 40 -30 Country Roads Board 471 385.. 214 3814 3280 1941 ESTIMATED .EXPENDITUR,. - S.W. N.W. E. £ £ £ Debit B...
CONCRETE ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
CONCRETE ON THE FARM. Concrete is the coming material for a continually increasing number of farm uses. To-day it is being 'successfiully used on the dairy and other farms in the place of timber in the construction of floors, troughs, gutters, tanks, ditches, dams, paths or building blocks, so that the following "authoritative directions may be found useful. The ingredients for making concrete are cement, sand and water. Nothing but the best cement should be used, and it is best in a fine, powdery condition, con taining no lumps, Cement should be stored in a dry place, as dampness is an injury. • The sand used should be clean, sharp and not too fine, It should be free from loam or clay, as these will tend to destroy the adhesive quality and to re tard the setting of the cement: Clay mixed with the sand may be removed by washing. By sharp sand is meant that the edges of the grains must be sharp and not round or worn off as is often the case with sand found in the bed of a stream. Coa...
YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
YARRA- GLEN. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Master Jack Bath, while play ing at school on Friday last, had the misfortune to fall and break his wrist in two places. • Mr William Cumming, careta ker for the Metropolitan Boatd of Works, whilst cycling to work on Saturday morning, also came to grief, his fall resulting in a bro ken collar-bone. We are pleased to say both patients are progres sing favorably. The body of a man about 60o years of age; whose .name is un known, was found in the Yarra, about a quarter of a mile from the Yarra Glen railway station, on Monday last. At a magisterial inquiry held on Tuesday morn ing a verdict of found dr'owned w'as rgcorded,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age PT1~E AND VERY WHOLESOMiE. DISTILLERY iETBLbIS ri~ E AD 0 MAG N1E Pure French Grape *BRA, , coa Stewart's STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP ! " DRINK STEWA TS-" y LIVE STOCK INSURi ANCE, 0--- - ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEA'TH ll1RO ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTE'MPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE 'I'TiEi.; AFTEIR. RATES LOWEST CUIRRENT. (LAMS IlMl'Ti Y P.\ ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT IiEPrs;ETED DALGETY - CI'T'I. 'I) - DALGETY B CO.. LTD.. MEr ani Ssesseeee aee seoee eeooecee C. E. MILLER * AND CO., * FURNITURE T * REMOVERS & STORERS, * o 317 COLLINS STREET, : MELBOURNE. 'Phioues 9278-9270. Large number Vans constantvy travelling country; we want back loading. Write us. If railing, consign to us, Spencer Street, and advise. -Stores, Brick, subdivided inl small rooms at current rates. VANS RETURNING At Early Dates -FROM Sale, Traralgon, Bairnsdale, War ragul, Pakenham, Geelong, Cam perdown, Co...
OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
" OUR. BOYS. Boys from the Fnowy. and boys from the Mallee, Boys from the Murray and boys from the town; Bronzed and deep-chested. How eager to rally 'Round old England's colors, these boys of renown ! From Aust al'~ long shores the brave boys go a-sailing, While fond hearts beat anxiously, proudly aflame, And never a one of them filled with a quailing - For young, swarthy braves who are playing the game. On Europe's dark battlefields, foemen engaging, - • Old England s young, cubs. will be gamely at play. While Death in its raging its t.Dll will be waging- The boys will be hastening onward "The Day." Boys from. the nowy and boys from the Mallee, Boys from the Murray and: boys from the town, R ill spill out their life-blood in many • a melee For old England's colors -those boys of renown!. BY W. T. (IIARGE.
MILK AND SILAGE. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
MILK AND SILAGE. SAN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. A farmer in England some time ago. made the following experiment:-He had a twenty-six acre paddock of Eng lish rye grass, one-half of which he made into hay, the other into silage, Twenty cows in full milk were then taken, and to ten he fed as much hay as they would eat. The other ten got as much of the silage as they wanted. The experiment was carried out for some months, and the silage was found to last quite three times as long as the hay. During the time of the experi ment the silage-fed cattle gave much more milk, and kept up the quality better than those fed on hay. Outside persons were asked to compare the con ditions of the cattle, and they all gave it in favour of the silage-fod. They were in better condition and their skin softer than the hay-fed animals. The result, therefore, was that the silage fed beasts gave more milk, were in bet ter -condition, and were fed three times .as long from thiuteen acres of land as those that we...
Keep These Dates in Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914
Keep These Dates in Mind, ------oo--- -A grand concert is announiced to be held in the Athenaeum Hall, Lilydale, on Monday evening, November 17, 'when the -Dorcas-street (-outh Melbourne) choir of 35 members will provide a fine and varied programme of vocal a:d in strumental items. The choir is one of the best around Melbourne, and includes some exceptionally good singers and instrumentalists. The charge for a d. mission is the modest sum of one shil ling. The concert is inaid of the Lil y dale.Presbyterian (hurch funds. The Lilydale Methodist unday-schoo selebrates its anniversary on :unday next. 8th November. The services;, at iI, 3 and 7 punctually, will be conducted by the Rev Hummerstone. : pecial sing ing (solos, duets, and authems) will be a feature of the services.