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Dandenong Horse Sale. Saturday, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
1)andcnorig Soroe Sale. Satl ar~lay Maly US'. Iiolt'rt (lono & Ut.. roport--ill Itaraea aol poDulto yarJod to a p0001 attreodce of of tlOit of! tho Itoros.t forword, ptl~co IV 010 Ia. cttr, a Ior~o natahollr werogi P 1;10n fi0la.~.-\ II n oor'o~~·' (IrarIlt1 poll~lngi to r·Li~ 101 'O Atoutt' l;F~eiroi y (1111 1i1, IItiO rhIio I1.0 1 1 Lirs I, to uu rado' L 10, Ic.n 1001;t aliLl~,Jo' · II to L70, J Stakco 13r co '~iazdoaIttl;. 117i to 123,ni dollvor artL, L1 OrS \R* I lJ of HtttaI pon1Ca toC LUS, II~~ L 10 .',ocltloiaooV'fo cob rt LU" IC Vrnccot to 113. lghtI doublo lorry, U flaa~on at L25.
LATE MR. E. E. SMITH'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
:,:! LATE 1!R. E. E. SMITH'S ESTATE. The E :y Trustees Company is applying probate of the wi'l of the .. late ,M.r i.tmund Edmond Smith. - . of"Goollee," Toorak; Oxfor Cham S bers, Melbourne; and Cowes, Phillip Island, who died on April 13. The will, which was made on March 17, 9oS8, directs that 20,000 preference shares in IHoward Smith Company are to be held in trust to pay the dividends therefrom to tes tators' cousin, Captain Gerrit Smith, of Sydney, for his, and after his death, to his wife, and ultimately to divide the shares between the sons of the said Captain Gerrit Smith. The whole residue of the estate was to be held in trust to pay the income for life to teatators wife, and after her death, to divide it among the persons who would, at the death of the survivor of the testator and his wife, have been entitled to his personal estate under the statutes of distribution if he had died in testate. Mrs. Smith predectased testator, and the residuary estate is now divisable betwe...
Property Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
Property alo. ,ici:P 0 0.L,. , Mlorris nl M?.ilc, nuc. tioncers, ;'S t;1l Collius s'icct, Melbourne, rilort hli.i g fIlUcL ,l thjl R oll ,vUi,, rcent dsailh by [:tlt ie auctii or privtd , cooitrar : --Ont ?,;2,nt of[ the Italin la tal;? tyndicate, n fIurthir 281I nctr to T0 hnlims il ly'., of iBrightcn. (in iccuntl of John lcYllinId, 100 oresr nOar I)lnlnoij to C. laiiicl, ft LI3,00 on ac coait rntl i tan 'l' Frsyt'h, 310 iicrit i,'rce, N.S W.. t O ] uit Kernot flor L2,.t0; 183 acreI.l nt S,. th YiI u i atn fior LI;639. Total solL, 1.23 2ll.
CHELSEA BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
CHELSEA I3UdI FIRES. -0 .A reueiqo fto a t;eaiatl ornt for r0if, trising ont of titoflaasotrous 1i-r whicr swept tftroouh Cihelsc'a Ihtt s: mm ,ta mode to the pronmitr (1tr Waitt) otn Tntosdayv ty those ii to ffore itoo tfttt ocoltit. !Jr Ibtone tI bl.L.A.,ttoieadfitoo *ieputetion. 1i0 aod othoar osp okers tot; ouion ithot £20 0)0 wrorh tot property wet dedrotyoo, itoo for iii, moot pitt it wit r r otIstef byth ho lings of oor rneti tlrifto peopkl, who wie tryling to buitluplomces fa- theontselo t. In r ply to Suc'sts11t toy fir Irttitr, "ffty dotn' th::eye .'o oara ' etif ate thot tlt y wtte too pra0, tnt to t ot to ot sairttga tot! hurtee.·n rna l·.a I it aou t f orit!y ttPton too tipttt t iat \'ttisteri tI tctiiototil otato' 11' ftid no t le itit~hithitfi p. ceieit if thifs k tool btt if itt the ro .i-j 0f h:rJship anod sothirin· ' too lfeo orere foot fi ittul l contribote e03 0 to Lte fund.
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
O31 TUARY. Very deep regret will be evoked by the announccrnem t cf the death of Mrs. Heory Gyles Turner, which occurrel at her residcuce, Bundat]:lttbitt, Tennysun street, St. Kilda, on Sunday. Tho deccnsed lady had n wide cihcln if friends, by whom alto was highly esteemned, while I ttmse whi ltul the privilego of nu intituats knowledge of her kiadncss of hetrt regarded her with feelings of ulflction. Mrs. TIuorner, who wee the secand ditattgttu r of tite lato Mr Alexandor Ria:taoi, of Lotnon, tas engaged to ha nu.ttrird to Mr Turner befurs he left Englantd in 154, h n5 , following himt to Aost rtlio in I18Mt, they wserS miarried In Metlboutrn. Utitil a few mouthsa go MRs Turer eat jayed rsasonblsly good health, hot soon after the begininni of the year shie crgan to fail, nod recently ie'r recerscry tIpjtoared to be inipoosible. During a long antd useful life Mrs Turner devoted herself to notny inoterests in nrt, litet ivy, .ot] chaaity spheres. In DUndenoug, whero slhs had a cout...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
ORXXC;E bLOSSOMS. T'h, tnrie'ge of Mr .drtoo Wi li of ".by'io'. ,1,1'lIttt~gttrr, '5iia!,,el'lec. .mooot ran s It, 'lv,- t> Mis Annie . et' l t, thiri d ii her of irs A. '. S en hur-t, Cf "..i t , l.;rt ry or .venue, S' . Kiiila, and of ti:o late John ILi 8me'hursl of "Glen Avis," Yanna than, was0c Cle f tIlSRle,. Dl;id r ;oe at t i' Plr olbte la Chi t Abi It a reaD i i • ? d. on Tlu_'dayv ce'.ein,... 5th Mlay. St7.30. T ,ho ', ietieo awa-ty her broiler, .I lioieph Suetharst of " Fernsrove,.' Yan. InttO woat I t ehannin. 0 gow Of w0hita cere de cdicc, with a- tunle of lIrnssils lace, aid tinc-hcd wili pearls anit orango bloisom. ShI' iori l t wreathl antd veil sent by' a frietn, inid earriad a sho'IOIcr ol:qliet. 'I bridesn.it:s were--lfor Fi1. \Vills att- Ms[ MIyrtle Smeo thu t .i er?n c t the L o rid andt b:ieroouri rei spective 7y. T 'i t were attlir..' l ii ple ty froCisi of .pale Ory citpe dot chine' itrinlmed Iith a.h.dor lace anl d l~rfal ribbont : toay icarrie pretty btqu...
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market. Tuesday, June 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
MQARKBET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market. Turnday, June 2nd. Ada,?non, Otrettl, & Co. Pry. Ltd., Alex. Scot.t & Co suin Joseph Ca:nrkc . Co. con jointly report :-The usuanl suply of milkers, ano sprluger, nnd tore and ilc-shy cattle yardcedt. Milkers were in gcod demand, best cows rellinz from L10 to 15 10. SoIme of the prlinclpal aleo ans followsr:-E - i ligeins 5 to I115 1ot, W II (tordiner 3 to 611 15. PJ WC\bb (1 to 1,10. F. linsic iclc, 10 Ito 1,13 15' S.:lmnr Brol. 2 to Il, .1 .I Wct2 to I 9 17 It , "' tlai-an 3 to 1. 1. 18 I l, Gui lowell 1 at .L5 15-, T R,)aerto ci'Sl.8 I 1l, it E le 2 to 1,8 Ias G, 1) J liloncU 2 to LS 12 t I, \V G Kly, 4 to I S 17' 6I, and ilrnfts for Lft corrigan ans i others frotm 7 1lt to 1.8 lt. 'pr?cgrt --N lt.wman .l to L2 2. It, 1,',lc (mrrican 1 at 1.7 1, I W Ilgnell2 to 1.7 17. Itd, O t ,,p,1 3 to 1. 12. |;1t lctgo--He.vy ,ics to I.A (;, m,,ltmo bacon to L3 15., porkr, heavy to 50, lilht ::0 to ,l5c, sucker, c. .?oo., dcma...
MUSHROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
MUSH [OOMS. On Sunday a motor larty w ant out Cranbourno an.1 Clyde way ad gathardl aloot ton caoea of niohrooms. The lonaiuS was nao fairly plentiful in some of this paddockis arorud I)aade nong, nod Oome choic'e baskets hove been gathered. Since Friday tho pad docks around 3nncyip have been al most covered with mushrooms. On Sunday one resident secured nearly 2 cat. in less than one hour. Mush rooms being co pleUti lot is so unusual in W\rst Cippsland at this time of the year. A mooslhroomIt of immCnse siza aos beeti on view at l'rnakstoti. It "as founcl rrowiag on Nyara Estate, ncmasorel 3ft in circnctiereace, antd wvighel~d 11b 120,::.
LYNDHURST SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
LYNDHURST SOUTH. A couple of properties in this district have changed hands, and the new owners are taking up their residence amongst us. One of our neighbors, Mr. A. McLean, had the misfortune to have his house burnt to the ground, and all the contents &nbsp; &nbsp; were completely destroyed. The fire had a clear run, as the proprietor was away from home. It is pleasing to note that Mr. W. H. Irvine, M.H.R., has been using his &nbsp; influence for us to secure our mail service more frequently. We were better supplied with a service 30 years ago, but now are pleased to get the service offered for the present. The Presbyterian Church, Cranbourne, has decided to hold Devine service in the school room here. Our district, in the days past, was very fortunate in having such fine gentlemen to preach the Gospel in the old school room here as far back as &nbsp; 1870, when a very large gathering of the residents assembled. Some of their names occur to me in Mr...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 4 June 1914
DEATHS. STANhAICE -On the a7th May, at his residence, ' Willow Bank," Loch, Edward, dearly beloved hosband of Mary Stanlake, and loving father of M~rs. F. A. Rawlings (Oakleigh), Edward, George, James, and Arthur Stanlake;(Loch), aged Go years. AURISCH -On the 12th May (sudden- ly), at Melbourne, Gustav, dearly beloved husband of Emma Jane Aurisch, of Hark- away, and beloved father of Thomas, Ernest, Norman. Benjamin, George, Gustav, Emma. Mary, Irene, and Mrs. B. C. Lindsay, aged 70 years.
WHY WE HAVE NAVAL PAGEANTS [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 11 June 1914
','HY \VE HAVE NAVAL PAGEANTS I: day=s :one by it was against the t:r'tiadi!e!s of thie navy to miake a show o: t!:e :Iet. The late Queen Victoria :::·ro:; t:II'IItR tle rule by ordering a :'. ;e.v of hIer ships of war at Splithcead juart p"rior to the coltilluneelement of thli camtlaign il tile Crimlela. It was adtllittedly a tine and all Insliring sipcchtce., blot the lntloVltto watls, nervertholoss, bitterly criticised. iletr M:ajesty, however, had :a wtt of h wi t cvin. "rd roilled to the fault-intd ors by ordering another and bigger rcview at the .close of the war two [ye:rs latetr. It turnted out a bIrilliant riSccoss. People came froml far and unear tn witntess it andt it is not too :.:uich to say that it gave the first s:nrt to that go nuile toopllar interest in the navy which ihas continued to thls day, and grown continually. Yet the vessels thet assembled to gothelr were not nltch to bIe prould of, from the lto!tt of view of the modernt expert in lnaval armlanetts. Thtey c...
ST. JAMES' CHURCH, DANDENONG. Military Service. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 11 June 1914
ST. JA\MES' UHURC I, DANDENONG. Military Service. St. James' Church of England was well tfiled at the morning cervice on Sunday, whcn the lDandcnoug citizen forces and senior cadets paraded at the parado ground, and, headed by the LDandenarog Brass Baud, playing march music, marched via, Lousdale, Fostor and Langhorno streets to the church, whore they woro provided with soating accomlodation in the flo!t of the cherch. Special hymus andl authcms were sung and the psalms chanted. The Rev. E. Veal gave an interesting address, and Mr IHarold Veanl Icad the lessons for the day. The service con cluded by the singing of The National Authemn by the whole congregation. Miss Iiemmlings presided at the organ. Thei soldier s were in chargo of Lient. \V B. BJyd, whilo the band was under the baton of Balndimaster Barrott.
COMPULSORY TRAINING FOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 11 June 1914
OOhMPULSORY TRAINING FOR GIRLS. Should Australian girls he brought under some system of compulsory training to lit them to share in the defence of the country in time of warn This is the query raised by the editor of "'Everylady'e Journal" for J lae and anuswered by a number of leading citiz :r.. The views of these notable people msike very intereating and lastructive readin,. Summed up, the general opision seeme to be that, while it is altogetlher inadvi!sable to ,ive girlhany form of Milit.ry Tl'raining, it woubl be a firat-class thing for the girls of Austr:alia if a contrse in T)OUmstic Scicaco were m:.!c compulEory. \We read: '' Lady Creswell, wife of ltCar.Admiral Sir William Cresweal, bos big sympathy with tll progresirve movements. ' My son,,' sh;e stit, proudly, 'are now well launched; one 's in the navy, another is a Eurveyer, another an engineer. A soono as my daughters rleft school I decided that a knowledge of house hold duties wma seeottual if they were to be women wor...
"AU REVOIR." [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 11 June 1914
" A U tV' OIR." "Say Au Revoir, but not Good Bye," is the refrain of a dong not too oftenIC snug, but fol'y appreciated when sung. ln connectlion with the departore of Mr Christopher Mcl gaird from Lsang Lsne, who is about to enter Into business in Doandenoug, we had a very pleasant evening in the Public Hall. Lang Lan, on Friday of last week. The tier N. O. Opper occupied the chair, ned soes, ereitations and ftstrumentral music occupied a portion of the evening. Ore of the pleas. tug features waes the presentation to Mr Mlel gsard of a substantial travelling bag and rug in recognition of his dervices as an old resident of the district, ando tlhe Christian life heohadled during his ojourn amongst usp. In his' position of Chief Itular of the Recha bite Tent at Yallock he had rendercd valu able service, and was always to the fore is any social movement which had for its aim something good for the district. Mr 3lel gsard, who blushingly responded, said he rerretted leaving La La Lng. b...
No Fuss. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 11 June 1914
No Fuss. An innocenlt old lady, who had nerov beforo "rid on a railroad." was a pas senger at tihe time of a recent col lision, wheln a freighlt train ran intS a passenger train, smashlling ol1 o0[ the cars, ]illing sev\eral iasengcrs, ,iltl Jupsetting thiillgs gelnerally. As soo0011 as he could recover his senses thie condlc!tltor went in search of tie illnlOcciln dame, wlioci he foundI sit ting solitary n iinl alone in the car (tIhe other p):lsslnlglers havillg soll-ilt terra lirma), with a very lIlal'id e\l resvion oil her face. notwithstanding she had nade ta 'oiimllete somllcrsallt over tihe sent iii friont, anld iher hand ov 1nd buhidle lhad goi e mmnceremioiiossly down thle, iassage way. "Ar yilo hurt?" iniqulredt tlhe conllductor. llurt! Why" saId the0 old lads? "1'o have just Žbeen run illto aby a freight train: two or lthree 1asen:;c v have been killed, and several oth'?. severely injured." "La, mne! I idlnlt known but tha was the wcay you always stopped."
PAKENHAM UPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 11 June 1914
PAKENtHAM UPPER, The Ladies' Guild held a meeting in thle Mechanics' on Wednesday afternoon. The Guild have purchased a sewing machine for their uso at the hall. Thanks were received from the matron of Mise Sutherland's I-ome for Destitute Children for the large rarcel of flannels, ic, which was recently sent them by the Guild. The nmemnbership of the Guild is strndily increasing. A largely attended meeting of the Fruitgrowers' Association was held on Saturday evening, when several new membhers wero enrolled and theo usual busiLces transacted. A working bee will be held next Satlrday afternoon at the school to enclose the agricultural plots wilth wire netting. The school commtittee are helping with the work. Mr Black has purchased more land here, and intends erecting howuse, planting orchards, etc. In a very short tintme Pakcenham Upper will become a popular holiday resort. A largo colfes palace is nearly ready for occupation, and motor trallic is on thle increase. scrub-cutting at ...
HIS FIRST VISIT TO A RACECOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 11 June 1914
SHIS FIRST VISIT TO A RACEGOURSE. By. a Clergyman. Ah, my brothers, is It not well at [nles to visit tile hatlnllts of sill anll in ifulty, that o11o 1may cogitate luponll the vanitcies of tile world? Is it not Ollne revolting duty to look npon evil that on t may warn ones flock front thu dbownward collrse, esplecially the race conrse; and1 cry, cre it lie too late, "Plalse, brothers--pauso"? With sellch thoughts, witI such In tents, I1 tturned mty untwlllillg steps to wvarIds tile gates of thile conrse. tity btro thers, anll, payitig oIe haIrd-cearned shilling of imy meagro stipentd at the portal, passedt through I lith turnstile,. which seemedi to say to ll! It gratl;lig tones, "T'turn agatin, ChIuadialdt-thrice blessed mortal! Shcclp allning twolves, dove lmongt hIawlis, nitmintow otointig sharlks!" But td I turn back, my Irotthers? Nay. \With aI conttieHlnce vold of of felice,. I passed on anttl mlingled wvith the ribahl crew. Mly cultured nilitl urged I ovrds toval eh JeweIlled...
SPRINGVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 11 June 1914
SPRINGOVALE. A public meeting will be hed in Drenna's Iaill on Molnday to appoint an organising contittee on behalf of the newly-acquired Recreation Ground, to provide funds. There was a good attendance, including a largo percent j....r,._.P 4Allnresctt fortmed thet.u as hon ecrstiiry" and itra atSnnOerat-t hon. treasurer. Mr. Robt. Parker was good enough to advance £10 towards the funds of a series of sewillg bees on behalf of a monster bazaar. It was al so decided to hold a series of mouthly concerts to augment tho funds.