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Maybe! [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
Maybe! l'ot very long ago Mr. Rockefeller was talking to a group of New York business men, all of them million alres, but none of them Americ;an born. "After all," Mr. Rockefeller remark ed, "when one comes to look at it, you fellows are only intruders. None of you were born here. You're emi grants, andl you're apt to forget what you owe us natives for letting you in." "Maybe," comnlmented an Irishmani thoughtfully. "Maybe. But you for get one thing. We came into America with our fares paid and our clothe:~; on our back. Can youl sany the same?"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
Ca3ou "Its exquisi~tely delicate flavour, its purity and wholesomeness i ihave vwon appreciation from .? ? a ,ll ciasse and all ages." Cdwunr,:I IounRSYIorn S. J. SLEITH LONSI)ALiE STREET Dandenong. Ladies' and centlemon's Tailor, la now showing a l:ine Assorlment of Autumn and Winter Material Fo?r nu Up-To-Date Suit, gi-ve thel a Trial. Riding TlBrcece.'ls ai Speciality Suits Cleaned and Pre-sed. W1 PHILLIPS, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER. Addre.s s: .McCre-s'.. cCtr Catllie School DANDENON G. Lants Sprecially Fitteid for Tender l'oct. Repaire Neatly Exeetted. Every description of Boots aTnd Shoes Mado to Order. ADVANCE DANDENONG CHAS. E. LEIGH, Butcher, Walker street WISHIKS to TIANKi thI Public of IDa)n conoug altld Distrrict for their pas: support, nod hIoped by strict attention to Business to nmerit a fair 'hare of t'?trontoe. CoUantry Ordes Carefullty Attended To. COItNED BItE tE, .1 P ( Ltil''. Smlall Goods b'Frc.sh Daily. Fruit Trees All Kinds. -0o Plants and Ornamentals. Best Obtaina...
FROM WISDOM'S WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
FROM WISDOM'S WELL. Once boys or cirls ihave bieen nT. lowed to leave s'aool, it i. contrary to human natiurei to ci ect tlein to go back. Women a cyes are rth nrdws of their souls: but it i? as well ,,t to forget th1at \vidows have Iblids. The pttlt IVy lttOt 01 [tig b0oor. er, but the ar·r cetainly ,;etItitOb Jesa aatistled 'th thi1r Lot' 11 cy Life sh ould .cotist t to?s . tiuch --e l ic ? l:: i: s of c t? q ilrl'ng. The wocld I. maoide ip of tdtrd, ,r1 anlld ltr?illlers; tlit whit we \sant lt a comnlinatiou o[ the two. "I was w;tdilt Iin-i- ,s'cu-- count o[ a stlonain .l.1; 'orcd to Ideath by a heastly cow. dollhit b now," relm::'k.od yo"n0 ifudlci h. "\ Vally, t : can t imt -'ine a m.o. h.0 , tible a Sffair n ?? 0, Mlios tot?0u," "Ne Mr. Ilu0div:h. re tlied i 30 ruthtis intfnite, eal clas, It. in our finit .utms ; vet , we "ma?: 'i in'ii light, and Iearn ;sctre 55d or f , meaning, if a but .lCr . T:c itS grTand pranl t he y ltra ' lr, r llt
Took Everything. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
Took Everything. A father, wishing to satisfy himself as:to the future prospects oif his ;on, decided to makie the following test: •Now," he said.h " Ic II put here, wherehe will seo them the first thing, when he comes in, a nible, some lmolley and a bottle of whisiky. If he takes the Bible hIe will be a preacher; if he takes the whisky he will be nIo good." Having thus decided on tlihe plan, he arranged the articles tnld roncrealetl himself to await the scin :a:.d watch, results. Presently in canme tihe boy, saw the. money antd put. it i his i.ocket, took up the bottle of \whisky and tidrank it, put the Bible uinder his arm and walked.out whlistling. "My graciotus!" xsc:lahnecd the father, "he will be a muImbcr of Par. lament"
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
WIT AND HUMOR. "Therese changes her hair con. stantly." "T'rhat's ocause it's so close to her mind, probably." "\What kind of a disguise are you going to wear at the masquerade?" "A 'diaphanous' gown." P'eople will see right through that." "I (loll';t know what I want to eat to-day. I'd like Ia little of everything." "V'ery well, sir," replied the waiter. "The hash will be ready itt a few min utes." "So you don't approve of thor.e OIndton Suffragettes?" "i don't know much about them," replied Miss Caycn, "but I can't help feeling thlt a womaln who can't sub ittue a few metr without the use of dynamite is somnething of a failure." "This isn't a clean knife, June," said the young mistress to the new servant. "Well, It ought to be," said tile ser vant, "for the last thing it cut was sonl}." "My dear wife spent her early years ill a milliner's shop." said a wealthy self-made man thie other day. "Mine spends mtost of her time there now," growled his frientd. "She's pIretly dear, too!" Ai...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD By L. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand," etc. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VllI. Sheila Danvers possessed those at tributes which are tile common and much-valued prerogatives of certain mixed races. On her mother's side she was Irish to lier finger-tips; she had all the impetuosity, the fire, the enthusiasm, the imagination of those fascinating people. Mrs. Danvers had been a Carey from Donegal, and her descent was long and pure. On the other side. Sheila's father was a stur dy Yorkshireman, firm of figure, up right in his bearing, and with a splen did sense of conscientiousness. But Sheila inherited something far more valuable than money. She had derived fro liher mother pride of race and distinction of carriage. Her eyes-those truly Irish eyes-were put in, as the saying is, "with dirty fingers," the skin around them being a shade darker than the rest of the face. Then. com...
RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
RANDOM READINGS. Derthe (who is spendin? a shlort holihay ldow'n it ani out of -thelway Conntry 1frmhiou.ei: I s :1. what Cau a felhlh do down here to kill tine FliaroeCr Sliple'o.: rIll'. i ho-VtOO can coax rhe oli wol n:1 to i1t yei WllitewHls t1he chic]uen bou,. Inl Spit,. of the dillictili's and dan gers that i1 sot th .:... ItLey .1.1 a.'11111 ed 0n0e of lLt' lliiht 010i1ts i1 t1 Alps. b wOs \"ely fat, 11. 1n: as lhe stoodh pantlllg atl .l1:opltoa brow i e turllcd to l!1 wile anl: sai. w itn a touc!lI ol piAthoso in Lis loic': "See, 31 :-!a t:ow -nl;a:1 one l. ill the face of 1i1e ::l(i =-ltly 01 Nat',re'. "'Small. Iideed" 1 p11t111d 11 is w010:. "Wihy. you're s1andin in front of n1e hiding tle wl:ole of .\lont ilanc al:.d the beht part o01 the Chamonlix Val ley." Ghosts and weird apparitions were said to appear In the empty ho1use, and they were not anl induceinent to possible tenlanlts. so the agent had it elaborately done up and decorated, and by way of a telmpting bait lie ...
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
SCRAPS. -o-- At the Flemington fat cattle mar het last week, Ilourke Bros' M\ono nmeith cows made f8 Ios 3d. Magnus Lloyd Paterson, larmer, of Dandenong, who died on March 28, left by a will dated August 2, 1895, real estate valued at [1I790, and personal property valed at [3582, to his widow By advertisiement in another cclumlnn Miss Maud Aitken, violinist, announces that she has cotnlmenced teaching in Dandcnong, and may be consulted at the Dandenong School of Music (Mrs Shutrman's), Foster street, on \Vedne~days. Miss Aitken is from Marshall lhall's Orchestra, and for two years was a leader of tihe Viclorian Ral tihays Institute Or chestra. Tihe tranhatrn Catholic hall will be held in the Shire Hlall on thebo 10th Julie. The Berwick and .Fern Tree CGully Shire Councils will mIllcet on Saturday next. A somewhat remarkable state of affairs was disclosed at the Crantlbouruo Shire Cotltlcil sIt Saturday last, As is usutll, Secretary Canmpbell went to its tender box il the afternoon w...
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
M?ARKET REPORTS &8 SALES Dandenong Markelt Adaimsn, Strettluo& C., Aleor. Scott & Co nDrI Joc'ph idrlrc & (Co. c~ejolotly report A im.iiclki perdiehg OfeiilkLr ci aod pringers cud eort :,eh c: ndprti ie~e wr e ery kc, elncially Ir eool Milnrs-. 1Kcy e tIs 0 e Ky , F. eli I ac £120 , i. c .in.iL.l l ti. £12, iT I F. io li·i icc n c 0 t. L. Cor.[ Gan 1 ,t£6 I lr s ?,, A. Sharp 2 1if s to £9 1 s .Ifll IderTuntotni £c i i ',o. [,iGrit £ jr iiA.iic £ ad uine 1 £8 ' n M2 ardt 2 to l 11, prin"tO r Coiir. iltcy ,iilUs . £dui ri wci. i to?e? o io £ lllr d. l d pri.ctt? e \ 1 Cpu?re lrsey hl?e?fr or. IJr " A. R io o , is alioen, to 2sr £ C Ler 13oIn tiicr.- .~tIlarr in o t r. ctl C 21 2,i-. ' tt i. l it t '.I , Ziil- Icter to 1:e L a vc? t-cikcc'cti. U- i-i, ii Ctiniiaii I cc Lc i".e 'Clrri'-e 'ci IPBs Icc~r itt I1. 'peiucr r ike tu u5 le id iii, N, l iCcacight 3 Ic s L ua l[ Coorsi ! a lleshy ca ttii, y fc kerl itere ciina oo dE1a,?d rold Drioey wer consie Jra...
EPIGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
EPIGRAMS. All's well that ends swell. Its a long worm that has no turn. l POtties'I th e art o pluttLln half. truths. Where there'. smoke, there's a royal commlssion.. Hitch your waggon to a star-but in sUro your ;~wlg Oll first. The twentieth century religion-the worship of the man who gets there. All things come to him who walts, but most things spoell in the waiting, Including ourselves. All popular nmen and great leaders havre had a good opinion of themselves. All tthe.world loves a lover of himself. The two- candidates for the poor house and tile cemetery-the man who btiys things because lthey are cheap, and :'the man who eats things to get the worth of Ils money.
THE MAIN THING. Giving Service, Not Making Money. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
THE MAIN THING. .Giving Service, Not Making Money. By Frank Crane. Money is not the real incentive. It seems so, but it is not. Thei ral Iin. tive that getms inili to worki is the dec sire to serve. We won't acknowledge that Msan is temnperainletaly tý ..shalmed of any h.i:l sounding clallut. lie blushes at Ihis own good deeds and !he loudly dis claims unsellishlinei s. Usually he behvles he is telline the truth about himself. But he is mistaken. ]Ie is nobler than lie sus pects. Take the girl at the counter, the workman la ing; briciis, the clerk :I: the bank, tile rail\ay conduciltor and the grocer. Ask theni why tIhey get up every inoriiin and go to work and they will alns?wer prollptily, "To make moniey. No sletilnctlt goCR with mne. I want cash. I work because I need the wages." It is not very hard to prove that this is not true. I'ut one of these people at an entirely useless business, where e gets somcthiinl for nothing, and no matter what the gain the will by and by resign. ...
DANDENONG RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
DANDENONG RIFLE CLUB. Some splenditl chooting wa?s done on the local range on St~aturday last, and easily con stitutes a record for thu Dandenong range at SO0yda. Thoe mmbera of the visitug team, M.C.C. Itille (lub, being in specially good form, and two double possibles were put up by T. Curtln. ioar., aid II. Dutlrrant, whllst J. Armstrong, G. Cairns andl II. C. Du tieu just tmissing by one point, T'hie weather was perfect, and tihe visitors expressed. themselves as delightetd wilh tho trip, and alvs with the range. After the match they were enter taincd at Dandenong liouse when several eomiplimenut:ry speeches were made, the visitors laving with very pleasant retol:ec tions of their trip to Dandenou, FIollowing are the total acorcso-l.O.C. 574~, Dandeno?g 500. Owing to the lateness of thie hour in atarttng the match, only 5 shabots were fired at 600. The score of the St.C.C, at 500, 312 cut of a posiible 350, is a splondid perform nonce. S:varal prizes were ahot for in con jonctio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
Msot ~Int~husiastic. Afli flgjJ It ~ i l'bdbŽ f.,r Rciati·.' 5 r6 Mrs S. Burnett, W; ~irkt~tcl I s, W\'.nua nut, N.Z. I~ huv~o I' t1!.11i~ wntllrhin nnyenn ntnrn snI vit u'irs C a r Ciaanrb,;r Ilin's Pun Paint tilrsa1 ani. Sail by nii utornkcnp ·ru stat1 ~hC~jtl. Never Felt Better. ' I used to go nearlyv mad with pains in my hed,' anys l iso It. F. Foroter, 55 flOia ot, Shb. Melbourne. Vie, ' 1 tried almost every. thing, but the headaches were there joat the a me. Then 1 saw Chambarlatu'l Tablett a lvertised ia the paner, and thought 1 would give them a trial. The first few doseo mado a different womanu of nme, for tbso completely relceved me of headaches.' Sold by all store k-epers and chemiste. IThe lI.A-C.B.S. opening dance will be held in the Town Hall. Dandenong to-night (Thursday), and the hen, secretary, hIr T. P. Carroll, has prepared for a large attend ance, 1)ANDBINOiNG Gun Club Mooting, . Clutb lotel, ' Tuesday, May 5th, at ">p.m.I I \NDhNONG Oddlellows' Anniversary, J...
DANDENONG POLICE COURT Tuesday, May 5 [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
DANDENONG POLICE COURT Tnclsay May 5 efore MIesrs IIt . M. iuthelrrland A. 'W. Pearass, If. A. Lousovl., J. ALbott and i-. Taylor, J'o.P, "rhadle troq, v. W. Pi,.keragill,--Settled. 31, lIohlbi v. 'Ihom'l s A. yleo sr-Gools lllI anti delivjrsd, £27 th 101. M: Kelley (\IacpheOsl m & Kelley) for plaiintfli. Malceln Robins depose'tl tihat he was tilhe owner of a corn tore s in D.nHln sont, nla od the olvney was slso for ?o-iis sauppl'i' I. sDefendant aldmiltlld tl b d t. SOrder, with £l Ills cos's lThmis s\ ArtIlur lowss r v. II, IIUaly-\lilkl supp ie'l, £- I 1t55. Thns .a1is, ' hul soo'vwr d ose't that dc fendsa::tl oi £12 118 I, assil alter a vrn f. "s owi'h hims, se asre-sI t allow £l 1! i)'tr for 1 ,37 IGr 1I, with I.l 16s sole. "sasskll Fret?y v. Gtsral:d 1'so', mass (Clolhsnial , un I i is.'-sss'tths's), work on, Lss I 1 ,. Ohr Kelley sld, ho had Ihe n s aikled to laks the e eo fr r I E. 1. Thlosso n, whIo ?'as nautblh to ntlenl. !to nsktl trhi as th (?91lo iall llstik tl...
CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
OHUROH NEIiWS. Presbyterian Church.-Dandenong 11 n.am. and 7 p In.; preacher, yeo. Colin Robertson. Os May ro an important change is to Ie made in connection with tihe work of the P'reshbvterian .church throughout the MoreinRton. Craii. bourne ani I)andencng districts. Somerville and Mcrnington junction churcihes, at present a part of the C1anh7curne charge, are to be excised firom Cranbourne and made the nuclteus of a parish which will take in the Mornington lceninsula, with additional services at liln: ar ing and -astings. Lyndhur t, ,w attached to DaUndnong, is to bIe connected I with i Crnbourtne. The Crantnourne parish has also extenided its work in Cardisia and Lyndhur.-t South. !The 1,ev. Donald C merni, M..\, director of 11m,.n Missionz, will visit the district oin Mlay ,, and preach at Cranbourne it Ir, Somttrvile 3 and M!orniniton Junction 7, at leach of which seric imces tihe ne dil-parture will Ie retferred to. (Jon Tl'ue.idy, May 12, the Cranlhourne coingregational meet...
OAKLEIGH HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
OAKLEIGHI HORTICULTURAL0 SOCIETYL The autumn thow if th1 above society was held recently, an I provei a decided success, due ion a megsure to the etthuslostcl work carrie.t ont by the show secretary, Mr Haro!d Weite, Thn show was opened by iMr J. A: Boyd, SM.i.R.R, who durelo the courue of his remark, raid that in 1899 331,000 :asca of spnoles were exported, whereat iu 1909 273.000 coses were exported, and laIlt year 39S,000 cases. The Government gave five gold medals each year for exhibits of expert fruit, I:ut oin hbl opinion the Gov.rnment should giveo a gold medal to each icin vy for the belt sample of export fruit. Sir Inrank Maddan n!so Fpoke, aod said the fruit itltus try wos only in its ionfaocy. Amo:gt the prlze'takers were Mr O. W. lobinason, N trre Warren, for glndioli ; Dr. Harcdy I htoont for French bean; and Mr P. I1. Stone, of Pakenham, for tmoatoeu, turks cuspa anud vepe table marrow..