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GREEN MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
GREEN MANURING. The object of green titanuring is to furnish a supply of organic matter, and to collect nitrogen from tile air. To get the beot results from green manuring, It is necessary in the lirst place to supplement it by the appl! cation of fertilisers. The necessity for the audition of nitrogen is depend ent upon the success of the green crop and on the requirements of the following crops. For instance, if the green crop has grown well, potatoes and cereals on good or nmediumn soil should not require the help of any additional artificial nitrogen. Follow. log a poor green crop, it may be ad visable to give either potatoes or cer eals, especially oats, the benelit of a top-dressing of lcwt. nitrate of soda. Mlangels following a green crop should have a light dressing of nitrate of soda. A small dressing of superphos phate is advisable to increase the effect of the green manuring. l-or roots and potatoes the soil should re ceive lcwt. to 2cwt. per acre; cer eals a little less,...
AGRICULTURE. THE FARM MANAGER. What He Should Be. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
AGRICULTURE. THE FARM MANAGER. What He Should Be. Thsl Is what the farm manager should be:-Systemntic, persistent, and methodical, but ever cheerful and hopeful. Ever learning something more about nature's powers, and keep ing in view the definite aim for re sults. Sucecssful farm-managers, like managers of great corloraltlons, are men of ability to think logically and reason correctly; they are men of self control, endowed with self-confidence, but wiling to learn from others. No man can succeed in a great enterprise without making use of information given by others. One may arrive at conclusions, and achieve results in a different manner from anyone else of which he has knowledge, but at the same time he has used information given by someone. F'armning informs tion of use now is of recent origin; nmew facts being ascertaimned every year, Ihenmce tile successfnl farmers are those who miot only work diligent ly onm their own farms, but make use of all tlhe informatlonm they can get ...
Bolinda Vale Station. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
Bolinda Vale station. lMesarl Keast, Mo-ris anl Miles, ruc t!oelIra, 6OS Coliul Street, Melbourne, report having said 101:3 nacrea, being part cf tho secoud oub-divi-ion of thie lolloada VYale s'rate, bIting thie Deen Crek p'ltfo, withl ItlI rich l ts and undulating ri~ie, to Mr. Tho8. QaSylI. contractor, o[ Irighton. Mir. Qutil iltenr's tuo g la fI : I o b:.e log of bigh-c:asn Lincoln stud sheep,
Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
Land Sales. M1ess- Kosa', Morris and Miles, nuc. tionrsir, 603-610 Collins Serett, Itelbauroo, beg to report haring nt eted the reernt ,tacs:-On account of ir.. K. Reynolds, at Little Rirer. 225 acros, s>[J to Jobo 1all, for £1293/15/0; on accoent of A. 1. Mackle, of Geromaotou, N.'.WV., 45 acrer, at Gcrmio. ion, to Ii. D. Miller, of Sy nlcy, £3S7/lo/; on occoane of J. McGregor, lata i1 22, of tro Dlmore Ectate, at KooweOrep, sold to W. Wnine, for £1325; on account of D. Abbott, 10 acres, Gariteld, to 1a. Kior, £160/1 ; on account of W. King, 20 ,cros, Gatleclt, to i. Mynard, a400; 2 tonbship blocks at Culcoiras, 1..9W.. en nccouet of Ecors. rt Klirnd~ee Estntc, told to Ul. ftopklos, £35, also to J. Vyantt, for £35; nlao clsed on aeountof J. Cartin, 21 acres, Kroecerup Swanmp; also on account. of Jar. Finnigan, fochester, 110 ocres, loascd to Ricei Urcs. Total *alcs-£53565.
SAD FATALITY AT KOO WEE RUP. Death of Mr. Geo. Cooper. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
SAD FATALI[Y AT .: KOO WEE RUP. ?o--- Death of Mr. Geo. Cooper, A shocking fatality occurred at Koz wesrup on Wcdnesdiy ilght last, which resulted in tile death of hMr Geo. Cooper, an old resident of theo Koowee rup district. Ho, in company ith a carter named Jos. Henderson, went to Bunyip, driving in a jinkcr. At a late hour they left 1unyip, and when on the road between Iona antd Corn Lynn, deceased was thrown out of the vehicle. His head struck the road, and he died on tbhe road, without asistanco, it is said, being rendered him. The body was taken by Constablo Austey to Biunyip, and an onquiry was opened by tile Coroner on Friday, but it was ad jourced for a week in order to allow of some necoesary further evidence being procured. The deceaonsed was buried to tho Kew ceemooe,v. beside tho remains of his wife, who died about three ycars ago. Deceased was an old resident of this di trict, and was well rospectod. He leaves no family.--Oardlia,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
A)! Shaded from the hot sun by the '·.: ,coeon grove is like a miniature ~1- ;; f lorost hung with thousands of .. .._/ golden lamps." "III Y T E ST T ilE U E ST ." "represents the highest grade of nutritive cocoa at present on the market. It fully mrAintains its high reputation in food value and. delicacy of flavour and is seeond .to none.. in any respect whatsoever." Medical Magazine, March, 1912, DANDENONG MOTOR GARAGE. BEFORE Taking Your Car to Melbourne for Repairs, I would ask that you would let me quote price. REMEMBER, I Save You 40 Miles, and you see th0 work being done. My GARAGE is Free. SAVE Money by Bringing Your Next Repairs To Me. I AM the Agent for Ford Motor Cars, the Surrey Steam Engine. and Boilers, the Barnet Glass Motor Tyree. REPAIRS to Motor Cars, Motor Bikes, and all kinds of Engines and Machinery. Work Called For if Necessary. PETROL, Oil and Carbide at City Prices. Tyres and Accessories. Petrol Cases and Tins For Sale. EDWARD B, BROOMH&LL. TRY THIS ...
SHOULD WIVES OBEY THEIR HUSBANDS? [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
SHOULD WIVES OBEY THEIR HUSBANDS ? This is a question that one would imagine offered but two unqualified answers, and yet, in the May number of "Everylady's Journal," just out, we find upwards of a dozen pronmin ent people expressing various opinmtons on the subject. And they aropeople of widely different station and pro fession. Men as far apart as Mr. Bernard O'Dowd, the well-known Australian poet, and Mr. Paris Nesbit, K.C.; men so closely associa ted-by their laughter-as Harry Lauder and Sir Alexander Peacock; and stage favorites like Miss Ada Reeve and Miss Daisy Jerome, all diffpr more or less on this important topic Even champions of W\omen's Rights like Miss Vida Goldstein and Mliss Adela Pankhurst are not quite one about it I-Harry Lauder-the famous Scotch comedianl, whbo is at present visiting Australia-looked very serious as he said, "But women won't obey if they don't want to! No, not even if they have promised in twenty marriage services. " Anyway," he added, "In any we...
BERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
BERWICK. A representative deputation mot Inspector Superintendent Milno on Satur da last t Ilay their views before him as to whyhte.troop horse "should be restored to the Beryick sub-disirict. Cr. W. G. a 'Beckett ?aled ~as ehairmon. Mr VTieus. seux stated the case for the deputation, and others who followed were .lessrs G. Wilson, W. Wilson. Drs. Langmoro and Grifliths, McCann, A. B. Pearson, E. Greaves jur, and Cr Sharp. The outcome was that Constable Hehir should give the work a trial as a bicycle station. Messrs Milne and Nolan then motored to Paken- ham to receive a similar deputation. Last week the death of Mrs White, mother of Detective White, of the Postal Department, was recorded here. An epidemic of influenza and cold is most prevalent. ''The germ is no respecter of persons, attacking both the rich and poor, as well as the just and the unjust. Property is ever changing hands here. Mr Humlthery from Gippsland Lower has bought out Mr J. Campbell, along the Clyde road. At lan...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
FOOTBALL. Pakenham y. Nar-Nar-Go on.a-These tleams met at Nar-.Nar-goou on Sa tuday, and the game resulted in a win for tPateznhim, tLo scores bsing P'akconham 167, Nar.Nar-Goon 3.4. Bolger (.)., T. Cook(4), R. Jacksoa (4), Ii. Stone, T. Ihlioran. N. Webster and A. ligg~s kichei th- goSols ftr the winners, and lRos (2), and HIawker for thile lorsers. The followieg a:e selected to represent Daadenon; against Borwick at Dandenong next Satrdlay :-fl. Anderson, Coae (2), Qleeson, Kielley, R. Keys, lMerrett, IcKCen. tie, Noble, "Rodd (l), Sleith, Stewart ?tr, gqrlt, tBcott, ?t'turr (2). 3. W\VLtoi? msesgrcnees--Dohterty, otatee, It. Turner. Clyde v. Dtndenong--Thit meeting bho tween Clyde and UDandcuos aroce.s. a great deal of Interest amongst the supperters of the Dmldeuong team. Let'een 200 and 300 pcopllo jurnsyed to Clyde by read in all sor:s et convsrances--m ltoe cars, motatr bikes, cycles and vehicles of ali dsescriptious As Clyde are a new Lteanm in the aslociition everybody csan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 21 May 1914
ANDENONG State School IBazaar, 29th S and 30th May, Many Novelties. Splendid programme each evening. Friday afternoon free, evening Gd. DANDENONG Oddlellows' Anniversaryl, June 3, Picture Show and Dance. u. F. A. Todt, Hon. Sec. D ANDENONG Gas Co.-Tar and Coke for sale in any quantity at the works. Gas stoves inserted whether you light your rooms or not, OIR I-lire,-Double seated motor car and double seated buggy. Apply R. Mitchell, Mehlbourne road; or P. J. Moloney opp. Post Office, Dandenong. INAL Notice for debts due may be had Sat the Advertiser office for 25 for 216. Why pay 5/ to a Melbourne canvasser ? (, ENEIRAL or person for country house, . good plain cooking, another kept, Mirs Rudduck, lBeaconsfleld. SAY Chaff for sale. M, O'Dea, Spring SVale Hotel. I OST.--Black bay pony mare, about Lt3.2, blaze, unshod, i. near shoulder. Reward. G. L. Timms, Dantdenong. 1) UGS.-Cow and horse; all styles and , all qualities at lowest prices, See us for special quotations. Garlitck Bros....
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market Tuesday, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
MAR1CET REIPORTh & S&TLES Daiidenong Market Tugdav May 2flor. Adams n, Strlttle& C'., ,ler. Scott & Co and Joseph Cltkok Cto. cooj intlOy report A fulol sppty of milkers and spriCngers forward and compolition was not qlile ias kcen as preo vious week, some of t:e principa:l lot s tas l lows:-Mil-kers-'.: G..Lyall I at £12 15, Go?. Keys 5to £t0, D. McLollan 2 to £L. 2s 1I; 0 A. Stickle 2 to £8 5I, Lat. Crrigan 2 to £9 17s tit, i. Corrictn 3: to £ tos 0 , \W. I. Gardineor it to £8 12s Od, P. Eti:siedrcl It to £11 tt, \Y. 0. Keys 2 to £9. l. Anlclt 2 to £9 2a c, i. 0. \Wrest I to .7 ,2( ;.I, P J \V bb t to £10, W. II. Hussey I at £ 0 I, k. Moody lI at £O1 h?. Sp'iotzera-N. D~ wmnn 5 to £.7 10, It. A1 n ts I at £6 17c tl, J A. Mik'e aI to £7 15b. I[. Shields I at £7 l' dh, \. S'ephenr 4 to £7 7 61. Storea-Vc-ry ftov .oot cows yarded; de allall oold. Pigs-Short s?ul'lO, ntal bi.ldin, brira richt throo~gh tlu oale, bktlatt ters mnk ing to £5 O?s, bacon, hea...
"THE ARCADIANS." [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
"T TE ARCADIANS." The latesot dance of The Arcadiana" was held on Thursday last, and was fully enjoyed by those present. The company was not a largeFO one, but those who happenel to avail them. selCves of the opportunity hod a good time. The next dance will be held on Thureday, June 11. Applications for membership may be made to Messrs J. W Swords and Chas. Mastetrs. Three of the b.st musicians in elbhourne wrill be In attendance, and all the latest music will be supplied.
DANDENONG PICTURES CO. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
DAhNDENONG PICTURES CO. On Wednesday night of last week tht Dandenong Picture Company, which has been giving shews in the local Town Hall1 for sme twelve months hod to close down owing to the want of local support. The Lox Pictures Co, secured the Saturday nights for twelven months. and this iI now the best night in Dandenong, as all buiaes pIlaces are clrsed for the Saturday h.af-holiday. It is bad luck thllat the locals had to shut dclown, as they were putting on some exccilcut pic turcP. In announcing th- fuct last Wed ntsdaynight that the shows woa't "not be continued, Mr \W. B. Bloyd stated Ih. a the company would be only too happy to give shows free of cost on behalt of any local inslitution or charity. No d.ubt this gene rous oilffer wtll be availed of by those in authority, and full hounaes secured.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
UrsedIt In Indi?,. During 1: years i lived In India I uscd nott.ine but Uhambertain's Couubh liemedy for coughs, colds, bronchits a'd so~e throats,' asys Mr Archibrall C. al:~eoffr, cre of Roberts & Son, cnginerers, ltendiro, Vic. tI bave given it with great succes to hundreds of tnativecs, both Hlindu nod Malhomrumeando, I and in every cate it haa proved etlicacious. Even nativesr of high caste often came to my bungalow askuing for a doll of Chamberlainr's Coutgh Remedy, so 1 do not hesitate to rc commncnd it in all Ceses of colds and broa chial troubles. Sold by all storerkeepers and chermists. TRAIN SERVICE. On Saturday next and every Slttrday an extra train will b: put an to Dandcnuoug leav inm Melbourne at 4,32. p.m., arriving at Dindenong at 5 30., n? leaving on return at 5.50. p.m. Passengers for Daudenong and intermediate stations will not beallowedl totravel by the 4.30 p.m. Gippsland mail train. Advt. too late received for classification. hinro of Phlilip Islalnd a...
LANG LANG V. TOORADIN. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
LANG LA..NG V. TOOi-\DIN. Lang Lang iaurnayod to Toora:in on Saturnday to play the Sea-siders, the match resulting in a win ftr the latter team. The new men in Toor.attin team mad, thrmselves conapicuous at times with their brilliant play. Thtncorce were fairly even until the last quarter, when Tooradin scored two extra goali, putttine th.m .o much in tho lerd. Ptrominent men for Tooradin were--White, Jamec, McLeean, Parsons, 0. and J. HIardy, Gladstones and P. lendetlrsol CLAYTON V NA. NbAR GOON. This match was played at Clayton on Sdturdany last an.l kIftcr an interesting game resulterl in a win for locals by 26 poitto. Tie final scores tbrirg Clayton 9 goalt9 he. hinds Nar Nor Goon 5 goals" bchind. Goal kickers-Axton (3) Alvarr Walker Ethell Tynalio Richardson (2). Craubourne meet Clyde on Slturdsy on the ground of the fcrnere, when a goad gamo is expected. The following are amongst thole representing Urnnbourne - QGaborit (I), Andrews, Strong, Meede, Harley, Lbony, iowden, R. We...
PAKENHAM V. CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
PAI?EINIIA\ V. CIRANIBOURNE. The oboey teams met lost Saturday at Paketuham; both tetam were fair!y well represented. The locals got a long lead first quarter, which th'.y kept to tho end, the fiual scorea heing--Pakenhantl 13 goalo S behinds; Cranbourne, 7 goals 15 behinds. Taylor (I;), L. Cook (3i). Hllaloran (2) W, and P. SLtona, got PIknhlbm's gals: Meads (1), T1', Galborit, Smith and Strong got (rnbournte's goal. Theb Pk'.enh:m teanm, with one or two receptions, was below form. Cranbourne have sotml3 ine players in their rank', and if they bohl together rhotlid beht more thIan beat thrm. The umpire was not coanisteat, thcugh pefeectly fair.
MULGRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
MULGRAVE. The chairman of the Mulgrave Pro gross Association made further inquiries as regards thebo water supply for this district. He found that the inlet pipes of over 2 feet is not large enough for the outlet requirements, and it is the intention of the Board to take them out and put larger ones in later on. The first main fromn the great O'Shannassey scheme is to be brought along Warragul road, from thie Surrey Bills reserroir up Dandenong and Fern Tree Gully roads to the Netting Bill reservoir, and when this is complete we may then hope to get the water laid on east of the reser voir, as far as May road. This will be early next year, but may not be in time for next summer. Then in 4 or 6 years' later a large reservoir will be constructed at Mitcham. From this a main will be brought along Spring Vale road, and there is little doubt it will be brought to Fern Tree Gully road to the reservoir at Notting Hill. The above informa tion was received from Mr Nolan, the engineer in char...
FOOTBALL. DANDENONG V. BERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
FOOTBALL, DANDENONIG V. BERWICK. In anticipation of a ding.docg game be tweon thesr doughty old rivnl,, there was an attendance of about 400 people st the Show Grounds, DU.audecuong, on Saturday, both teams being well represented by supporters, The visitors were very vangutne, and I under atand some money cbsanged hands at even money, and I heard of one Betwick enthusi ast who offered 2 to I on Berwick, but I don't think ae was taken seriously, for to a follower of the game, and the performances of the lIed and Blue, it looked 2 to 1 on Dandenong, with a ooal given in ; I mean at the time the lads tok the field. Tihe Der wick boys were the first to enter the arena, and looked an aihletic set of young fellows. They were quickly followed by tho Dandics in their tating uniform of dark blue guern sey with red band, light blue knickers and red socks. They looked lhghter than their opponents, but had a well-groomed and lithe appeaibnce, which spokeof catreful attention to the mandatns 1t ...
CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
CRANBOURNE.? The local footballers put up a splendid game against Pakenham last Saturday, and if the goal kickers had shown anything like form the scores would have been very even, They are just getting into form, and are looking forward to the fruits of victory next Saturday. Jubilee serviccts were held in St. John's Church on Sunday, it being the 50th anni versary of the laying of the foundation stone of the Church by Dean Macartney. Canon Hughes, of St. Peter's, East Melbourne. preached at the morning service to a very large congregation. A gold ano silver offer ing was made, and the sum of £zx was realised.
DANDENONG RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 28 May 1914
DANDENONG RIFLE CLUB. 'ractice was indulged in on the local :anges on 9sturday lost, when oomo fair scores were put up, at the COO ydl range. The following took cash prizes: - C. rPayoe, let, 46 (7) 10; J. Fisher, sea., ?cd, 45 (4) 49; Il. Kikham, 3rd, 43 (6) 49. On June 13th a team is expected from Doacasler, IIOCKCY. Miss Mary McQuade, ho ih an exprt . lady cricketer and hocehy plasyr, is deriroas oa lorriog a Ladies Uockey Club in Do.ndennEg. There is plroty or room Cor uch s desirab!e institition. wlhicht gaca todotlopo all that isde6trable t a ~otanloodd. It Is a vigorous and excitig gmor. and onlly realircs to hr konow to o cnjolaed. .Mios 'clQaado hno el:eol a mseeting for tonilght (Thursday) with a rview to fonurllg a Club in Doondenoog.