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KOOWEERUP WATER SUPPLY. REPORT OF OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
KOOWEErDUP WATErt SUPPLY. I~tlPORTT OF OFFICIA\LS. Mr Kcait, ii.iL.A., hao roceivo d inutrostiug corrtupottdt ovo reoardini tih to rag of watol nt Koowootrtip. ito stotre tht 1, l though Ihe Wttor StIupply Commioiiooion conideis itht thoro ari two pilaces whrtoo tattchnent Orttni could he mtuoe thot would ulvo po'uty of wator for traiatti on i putrjon iopoose , thto ioina woold iot to lato onoouII to ctrry t iltod like 1911, it it Mr Koensts itoenuion to cull pttlic mt tiinys on ito soutit wiittlit the noxt Jorniohtot. to roploil tho latest Govor. - Mir Ctiiutnct, of ho Wutou SIdpp y Com mittioni, "bI to, sttit : ttn tutiod I. rou tic c rail couvretiat ith in·· o~n tho I ' ot o of o otorage on toe Itnttit, ipirg, url to tihe tiLoct of hIta Colo struio n on lhb Rottotrnp stwoomp prftolem I wmlih to foritott a roport by cntt Mr CtteotItt on tIte law of the Iluntipotniv i To o rivitrs. In vit w of thio tla!temtnt malt s( to the ctlicioucy ot t ot ruio: on titt Iutny: p iiv r io the dei...
FOOTBALL. BERWICK ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
OBITIU\ 1Y\'. Vecry deep regret 1i!! e felt lby tlhe announcemenC l ot o a thle death of Mr E]d. ward (bel:tc hI hao to hi; intlimates as Ted) St;hltake, :at tihe :ige of tO ears,, which v. ,vnt toaok l:ce it his :late residen \Vi!!ow h.lnk," lochi, on the 7, y,, It i eft.? h n, n::d painfu .·.. H Le i a niative of .'oot5cr- ad wasi: te ye e?t SOi of the 1 , :,bert Stanlake, , ',,n ham. Mr Stai?iake lived at ,:kenham at the time of the land Ko.an. l!e sold out there, nud boughit at lAng Lang, and rhaving livedl there for tt.u yeais, bought at ,?eh. te ?,'as a favorite on the crick.t licl., or any thii in tlhie wa" oi :port, wheiie he could join in. lie leaves a wiidow, ai!:i lonr fln ati tv1 diugit~lcrr , nil grown1 t~ie CO~tCrZ. ileitig :liiltriy one, tint gt n~vc-~i Ic. 31,· E:. . U re~necs calrric~d oat 'the roortis11sy nelrango sentot .
SEED POTATOES. Necessity for Careful Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
:SEED POTATOES. Necessity for Careful Selection. Numbers of growers have had rea son to conlplain of the quiality of their seed potatoes. Perhaps they are them selves to .blame to some extent for not taking greater care in selecting tile seed. Thile soed potato which is most favored is one weighing fronl two to four ounces, anld the grower who tnakes a rule of excludilg from his lhnes all that fall to cotlte withil this standard will give satisfaction to the purchlaser ald to those who ihandtlle hIis consigtnltents. Not only will lte be ahlo to commtandl a hiigher price in a Iare market, but in a full market his stock will bring htln qullck antd goodt returns, while that of his less careful neighlbor will Ihang fire andi possibly at thie last be sacrifed. Diseased and scabby potatoes should olt no account be allowedt to pass. Knobby and misshaplen sets shloutl also be strictly excludeld. It neelds but very Yew of these to completely spol a whole line. Thie result of growing from til...
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market. Tuesday, June 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market. Tuestay, Junoc 16Ithb. Adamson, Strettle & Co., Alex. Scott & Co, and Joseph Clarke & Co. conjointly report.--Meditm supply of dairy cattle forwanrd. and prices all rtnnd were earicr, especially for iufetior sorts. Somo of tlhec principal lots as follows: Milkes--F. Einsiedel 3 to £11, D McLellan 1 at £9, WV. Close 2 to £9 1s 6., HI. Gamnble :3 to £7 10s, E. Greaves 1 at £8 12s 6d, G. Thlomas 1 at £9, W. Hlusey 1 at £8 10l3, J. West 1 £8 15s, Geo. Keys 4 £8 5I, W. G. Keys 1 at £8 10s, G. Brunt 2 to £8 10os, E Iliggins 2 to £8 5b, F. M[cCraw 1 at £10, S. Msstors 1 at £8 Vs Gd. Sprinrgers--O. McLellan 4 to £7 10s, J. D. Huot 3 to £6 178 6J, A. Atshlloy 1 at £6, WV. Fleming 1 at £7, N. Bowman 11 to £9 15i, W. Coose 2 to £7 12s 61, Go. Brutt 1 at £8 10s, L. Corrigan 3 to £8 12s il, Geo ·C-?'?h. II :' ?'" rs OI . t),a ..... • rb no ytaring, antd p ices tbott tle saelno. Pigs.-Short supply, prices tirnt. Ba con, hIea...
LIME WASH. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
LIME WASH. ga:llons-Slake 7% lbs. of lime, using hlot water if imecessary to start actioni. Mix to a creamy consistency witlh water. Stir In 15 fluid ounces of 95 per cent. pure lquid carbolic acid, anmd make up five gallons. Stir thor oughly and straim through a wire sieve, if It is not to he applied by mecans of a spray nozzle. \W'here di sease has been known to exist, do not only disinfect, time entire cowshedi accordimig to tIme above plan, but also flood the floors with tihe hime amid dis. infectanmt wash .combination.
DANDENONG KENNELS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
DANDENONG KENNELS. The Dandenong Kennel Club had a most successful day on Saturday last. There were some very exciting runs witneed, wilth plutnty of tifT fences. Three hares were run to earth, and a score or more rabbits, while foxes were rather wild and would not show out in the open. There were a number of falls but no one was hurt. Amongst thore who were out were:-The Mlaster (IMr A. Crook) on The Gentleman, Miss Chirnside on Gay Bob, Miss Green on Ginger, J. Bellett on Sqeeze Me, A. Bellett on V\'iolet, A. Mozig on Cropper, C. Mozig on Falling Star, \V. Daffy on Toprail (but hit the bottom rail and c:ue to grief) Jack Anderson on Sweet ife and "Paddy " Nash on lRailpuncher. The dogs worked well, and were as anxious to be in at the kill as the "'sporis" were. The next run will take place on Sat urday next. ---0 .....
YOU NEVER CAN TELL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
YOU NEVER CAN TELL, Spindrift and bilge and the world turns over! What is the dross and what the gold? Tile snake and tile lark ha' nestis in the clover, And which is best when tile tale is told? Thrice I sinneld-ollh, the heavens' joy ance! lroeass angelic shook wi' the joke; Once did good-oh, earth's annoy. anlce! Hell to pay and tile bank gone broke! James drank poison at love's dleris lon; John swigged ale, and swank in tlhe S~lll, Throve, and came to a dark decision, And, "Christ-that I were the other one!" Seth ill the swamlnp and Dan oil the mountain Either dreamt that he chose his times: Dan bellt yoing to a fevereod foun tain; Seth grlew: old by the older slimes. Thle stolen dollar in Larry's pocket Turllned a bullet to Harry's slde It missedl by a hair hils mother's loc ket: The thief lives yet and tihe good man dlied. Justic ! Justice! WVhero Is thy pal ace. Irope o' the'planet's dlark romanlloce? Whose is tito blood in thy broken hllalice, slhvo o' ohanne? lut there Is :...
Dandenong Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
Dandenong. Horse Sale, Robert Gunn and Co. report that on the 13th June they held their us ual monthly at the Council yards, when so8 nice fresh horses and ponies came forward for sale. The atten dance of buyers was small, and sales were very dragging. They sold for G. Allnutt, heavy delivery mares from [22 to [29, G. Rouse's cobs to [r3/so, H. Willis's small ponies [9 to [Io, Powell Bros' light wagon and horse [23/io, J. Mason's boy pony at [9, W. Pizer's pair medium draught ge!dings at £71/0o, mares and geldings £26 to £33, J. Stokes's whole consignment at prices ranging fronm £'s to £29, averaging £21115 per head. WV. A. Garlside's aged draught at £25, Mrs \Vilson's geld ing at £25, \V. Baker's draught geld. ings to £27, popies £7;15 tb £12, R. F. Parson's heavy delivery horse at £19, small jinker aud harness at I15.
Cranbourne Market. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
Oranbourne Market, Garlick Bros. report, under date 8th June -Pigs: An insulltclcnt supply of all clasces yarded. Competition keen and high pritces prevalled. Medium bacon from L3 15s to L3 18s; porkers, heavy, to 55s; 7 light to 301; suckers (short supply) 18., Calves, very scarce and prices high. Small realis ing from 7 51i to 18s 61. Ponltry-Supplcies fair, and everythlng sold at full ruling autes. Fruit and vegetables-Apples and cibbages well supplied, antd ruling prices rwere readily realised. Eggs--Niew laid is 4d; duck and pullet Is 31.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
-*PORTING. The Birthday Mleeting at Flcmiugton on Saturday weak was very well patronised, and a real goad days' sport was en joyed by those who went out. There were six events on the programme, and all were keenly contested, The HIunt Club Cup, with amateur iders, was the principal event, and was won by Mr lI. Miller's Anachrlon, with the usually unlucky Mr MI. F. HIlighebltt in the saddle, followed by Mr Clsude Grice on Sharebroker, anti Mr Dan Brannigan on High Degree. Mr S. A. liawden, of " Bratsde." Dande. nong, won the Steeplechase with The Miser, from the South Gippaland horse Foutherly, by Westerly, and Terga. Mr J. Turbull's tilly, Trawl, and as his name denotes probably a dleseeodnnt of ol1 FrEhwife, was easily beaten by Welo ta in the Princess Iandricap of six furlongs, which was covered in I 1I. In the two.year-old event at Flemitgton on Saturday, Banctity, who Is trained by A. Williams for Mr S. A, Rawdan, was made iavorite, but failed to gain a situation. Marcoulfus, in...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
F'OOTiBALL, Dandenoog v. Pakenham.-This match was played on the ground of the former club on Saturday amidst pleasaunt weather conditions, except that n nasty wind wao blowing obliquely across the ground from the north-west, which gave each team in turn a decided advantage in ettling the ball on thie northern wing andi shooting for goals at almcst impossible rldsatunccs, no when the ball got well up towards the clouds the wind accelerated its movements in a marked degree. Fortunately or unfortunately. neither captain took full advantage of Iris stri'ccic movements, ant thbu game, instead of heing playedt like a game of chesn, was played-well, like Iugby. The P'akenham team had been hard at work practicing and training during the week, iod threy felt con tiJent of sucepss, alltRolgh they fully realised they had a chamopion nut to crack. TLcre was a strong following froem Pakenhm amnd diotrict, and the mid-:lay traiu was well filled with umen ant women with money in itheir pockets rca...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
TEINNIS. The Holy Tr'nity tornie club, Williams 5town, visltedi the local club noi htd a very enjoyable all-day mtach, the result being a win for DaundenCong. The scores were L'ndicn' leoubles. Misses Hemmlogn nod Veal v, M!snes Ulemphill nrl Rbbinson ...... 6--1 Miisesa E. Spoonsr and MI. Veal v. Misses Robinson and Hcomphill ... 3--6 Misses Spooner v. Misses Hlemphell aund Sherriff .............. 5-6 Misses Nesbltt and Veal v. Misles \Woolfe ando IItmlh~pll ......... 6-4 Geuts' Du, bles. hIos a Couv' and Clahk v. lMesa:r Alders and Cres.se.l ......... 9-1 hlis.rs Vnl andt Reno:co v. Meisrsa Sticklnlud mud lotton .......... 9 M.essrs Clask nn.J lener v. Messrs Al. deis aUI Mo .r: ... ... ...... 9-7 les:s Vral ansud Gener v. Meesre Moore and iBarnes ............ 9-6 .lessra Coouvo nt Oililith v. 1Messrs .'ders anud Ilolton... ......... --3 M1xed. Mils emms I i anl Cla'k v. Miss ltobiua?onnd Hloloon ......... 6-2 Misas Nesbitt aud Cuse v. vliss lem pbill anl S'rickl!ant ... ... ... 4...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 18 June 1914
PERSONAL. Cr Samuel Collier, for many years a member of the Berwick and Nuna. wading Shire Councils, but now the Spopular president of the progressive Shire of Fern Tree Gully, was at the May meeting suffering from a severe cold, but kept to the business throughout. But we regret to say that at the June meeting the old war rior became so indisposed at half time that he asked to be allowed to go home. It is unnecessary to say the council granted the request with regret. Cr Kerr was elected to the chair, and allowed no idle discussion, consequently got through a mass of business in record time. Mr J. I. Maher, station-master at Longwarry for several years, has been notified of his promotion to an other station. H-e was entertained at a banquet by tile residents, and presented with a purse of sove reigns. MIr R. S. Watkins, of the London Bank, B3allart East, has taken up |?c ,~r st;oc In 1nownerun branch. The death has occured at Ber- wick of Mrs Margarat Smith, aged 91, niece of Thoma...