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DISTRICT NEWS. PAKENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
Messnrsohn Ada Rnso, Steteasvnd Co willhol ther Scon sale in th trukig yrd a th rilay taio s~lhould rank ill then bstl on the tultine, .rsa b 'i~a tto Ine coTnmlittee of the Fruit and I Horticulturil Society held a Meeting ast Thursday when sub-committees were formed to revise the schbdule r the forthcoming show, whic l tiis year wnill be held in the recre. tfon reserve. The committee intend to make it attractive durin the day a progranmme of Sports 'ill be held', the bic tracki will be prepared and bicyle races _l _I .' I Neatllcr permitting). Th,'!"&lt;c"airp S hov promises to eclinse all i".. Ously held. lipse all revi The Methodist Church Commit. tee intend Starting building opera. tions this week. The early potato crop on the S;wamp is fairly light, the later onwh are looking better, but an inch of rain would do them good; the peas have also suffered for the want of a shower. The grain crops are fairly good. Last week thle road tltroigh the railway reserve leading to th...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
PERSONAL. At the meeting of the Fern Tree Gully Shire Council meeting on Saturday, it was agreed, on the mo tion of Crs Monk and Kerr, to increase the salary of the clerk of works' (Mr Thos. M. Heany) by B 55 per annum. Mr Heany has always been a most energetic worker in the interests of the Shire generally, and his " rise" is wvell deserved. H1e also fills the position of secretary, and is now studying for an engineer, for which examination takes place towards the end of lF'bruary, and we wishl Mr Heany every success for the future. T'he Rev. W. G. Thomas, warden of the Clergy H-louse, Fern Tree Gully, mas been appointed rector of Qimeenstownms, Tasmania, and will leave to-day (Thursday), for Imis new sphere of work.
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
MARKET fIIPORTh & SALES Dandenong Market Messrs Adarmson, Strettle & Co., Alex. Scott & Co. and Joseph Clarke & Ce. cenjointly report: Dairy cattle: A good supply of milkei s and springers. and competi tion all round wvas rather better, es pecially for good cows, improved rates being realised. l3est milkers [9 to [to 7/'6, extra to[I o so/, good [7 to [8 5., medium to zS 15/, best springers to [8 t7/'6, medium to [6. The following were the principal lots-Milkers: Messrs C. Melgard 3 to [xi to/, II. G. Gamble i1 to £it, C, Dobson t at [mo 7/6, J. Pickett I at [8 17/6, L. Corrigan t at [S J7,6, XV. GC. Brownhield I at [9 12/6, H. Bowman 4 to [S 15/, Mrs M'Clure I at [8 1o/, XV. HI. Gardi ner a to [7 x5/. Springers: Messrs I. Corrigan I at [8 17:6, \V. Close 6 to [S/I5, J. L. Tatterson I at £8 x5/, McMillan Bros. I at £S 5/, E. Higgins . to [S, D. MlcLellan 7 to [7 Ix. Store cows to [3 1o/, x4 yr old heifers to [a ta/6, poddies to aS/. Pigs: A good suppl...
DIRECTORY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
DIIIECTOIIY OF VICTORI&. Siusds ond Ml)ougallis Lhreetory of Victoria for 1014 is to hand, and the new issus not only sustains .but on hanecs the reputation of the firni of Sands and MlDougsll in connection withI this old-estahblishled publication. Tho indexing jnid arrangement of the varied and ii-eful information contained within its 3(53 pIge's hals biecn done in the most careful and adomirbleo u man ncr anti teod to niaku thu work inalain abln as one of reference. Thre names of officials of organisations are given in in telligibilo fashion, while in the directory proper, after the 111t pages devoted to city and suhburhan streets, one fiuds (017. pages pgning the names, etc., of resi dents nt country tow no. '[lien sco havo 1042( pages of alphabetial, direc tory trade and professional directories for both town and country, whlil,' for spiarists, farmers and other rumrl pro durers there are no less than 170 pages. Tho work as a whole is up-to-slate not only in information ...
DANDENONG POLICE COURT Jan. 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
DANDENONG POLICE COURT Jan. 13, 1914. (Before Messrs Suthcrland, Abbott, Lousada, Pearson and Dr. Taylor.) Dandenong Timber and l-lardware Company v. W. Fisher, debt £30 1i4s Sd. I. Lowenstern, agent for assignee, deposed to the amount oeing due. No appearance of delendant. Or der for amsount; costs f;s. Same '. J. Muir, £6 7s od. Or der; costs 5s. Inspector O'Brien v Roy Dondon, for having sold milk under standard. Mr J. Macpherson for informant. P. O'Brien deposed to having pur* chased milk from defendant at Mor dialloc that was deficient 17 p. c. fatty solids, and produced the analyst's report as above. Defendant pleaded guilty, but said it was not a fair test, he having just completed his round, and only a couple of pints remained in his cans. f-to could not account for thle defi ciency of solidls, unless tue msi~lzmu cast butter, as it bad before. A pre yious test had shown good results. Fined sos; costs £' Ss. Nash Si Sons v. \V. Charman, £2 3S. Order; costs 5s. Same v. Len. A...
NIGHT IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
NIGILT 19 COMING. While the blessed daylight. linges, let us work with might and main,..vith our busy feet and. fingers, also with the busy mrain: let.tbe setting sunl be-. hold us tired, hut filled with honest pride for the night will coon enfold us, wiien we l'y our tools aside. When we're in the churchyard, lonely, mahero thme weeping willows lean, there's one thing and one thing. onl. that will keep our mumory.green. If we did the tasks appointed as- we lived our speed ing yoars, then our graves will be an ointed with a mourning legion's toers All our good intentions perish when ia closed the coffin lid, and tIhe world will only cherish and remember what we did. Nothing granite, monumental, can preserve your little fame: epitapha are incidental. and will! not eumbalm your name. Nothing couuts when yoe aro sleeping, hut the goodly work you've done; that will last till gods are veepinig round the ruins of the summn. Let no obstacles confound aa, let us work till day is o'er: soon ...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
BO)WLS. Penannt MItch-Oaklleih r, Diudenong, at OAlieigh, on Siturdiy, 17th Inst. klsy. Robbinr, Titcher. Dow~azt, Smiith, Rold, i'Pernon, 51. II >rn in, An tIro, Swordi, Sl', A bbotL, ('ruickihink, WVilkcr, J. Inwmuli, K.eyI, Vrung. En cecunaits: hord, Louis, Fuhey. Troin, lonocs 1.33 p.m. A pcnuant mitch waipl avcd on the IDin. denong (rIcon bht o n Slontote und (i mdc. cong mml enturdar host, rtcnlting in n victory for thc visitors. T1hce so ri were : liarmeinei, Wanlkdr. Keysr, Young ... 21 Sheedy, Molonny, I' pmsr. Potts ... IS 1'curotss., Iftwmin i, 51. Ihoomosn, Anderson ........ 15 Sculls, J. Con uIwmll, CofIey, Jorlun :35 lRombbmins, Titch Ir, Us's stt, imunth ... 23 Thurlin2. Townsend, C. CsUlwcll, Lunnn... n...u... . 23 Swords, Slutah, hbIsolt, Crulcc hbak 21 Canty, Dempsey, Erwin, A.lolony 22 Si '(I
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
SC RAP S. A new and interesting story will be commenced next issue in our supple ment. On fourth page will be found report of Fern *Tree Gully shire council meeting, and other interesting read ing tmatter. A couple of hotelkeepers of Dan denong had a nonvsl experience recently. An individu:al of slsuchinng appearance asked if thebhar-tenderhIad good port wine, and being answered in the aliirttmative, said he would like to satple it. iating poured about half-a pint into the glass, he sipped it a couple of times, then swallowed the lot. "'Hum i it won't suit,' said he and walked out. ''lthis he re peated at the text house. Needless to writ'!, ilte servers were womeon, otherwise the co:sttoisseur of wine vould prsbahlyo: u Iave got away so easily. For cool assurtance this ex cels. At the mteetitts of tite Vern Tree Gtully Shiire Cotttcil, at tite lrtnchcot table, tite President (Cr Collier) ntentioned that it was so years since the opening of thle Sitire Hall, antd he asked those prese...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
Suffeired Agony with Headachee I highly recommeod Cbamberlaln's Tab. lite to anyone who sufefer from hteadcheb, soyas M: NI. K. Ictrry, Morlborough road, Victorin Volloy, Totmania. I altlercdalony with headachcs and tried almost cvcrything. Nothing did me ony good until a frioed re commended ChamborltnL's Tablcts and they 8oon put me right agoin. Now I wtould not be without a box of COamberlain's Tabltee in the house. Sold by all chemists and storoekepers. On Wednesday night next the Dasdenong Picture Co. will show in the Shire I-Iall, Cranbourne. Whooping Cough. My Illlo boy hlil whooplug cough very badly, says MIrs A. IleuleCson, Thu 1'Coplo'o Storo; 17 Elgrn rood, aMoroiugton, N.Z. I triod sovorrl couhb encdiclocs wvilhout any of them doing hbi sny gooal, thee 1 Lricd Chomeberlalrn's Cough Remsedy unl he got isrmmedlato reliof, Slnce thon I hnvo nlwnya kept a bottle of thir woulerfol medicine by mu and recommead it to uvuryone. Sold by all obemiets and storukhepors. IM1OTHER'S FR...
MONTHLY MEETING. Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
1IONTIrIY l I rrE:TIro. Corts pun dorice. From Pnulio \VWmk ts f)rpartment, in timitirig thrit £200 to improvo the Boundary road hInd been scihedulod for corsridrratirnrr. - Received. 'rcm Jointrny Rorids Board acknow leuIginig receipt of return of expenditure in muniateinanco on main roads during the past four yoar.-Received. F'romr Carime, setting forthr particulars waitli regards to psymrieni t of acciruints, etc., for work done on uriin rlonda.-Re. coiced. Fronm same, stating that epecifica tions and tenders rubmeitted for mrain tenrnce works were considered satis fsctory, ned desiring copies of erch of sarrn -Receiveri. From same. desiring pirticulrir of valkt it Is cotsuidred should be undor 0lict luring the present tttnntu r - F~r.,nl santI, irlilntimtng thant B3oard ha Iii iuth ristetd itn expondlitture for the year oInhg 5). Ii Juno of .£000 on mairnitien o of Main Uoast road, £150 on \WVtotrnjrrtt rotal, and £150 on TheIi 1rei allt otaid he wacn sorry that ho w is nii pres...
ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
ANNUal. MEETINO. The auditor's report, which was read by thu secretary, teas recceirol and adopted, on thl m5otioln of Cit Wilson anl Brunt.-On thu motion of Crs Wilson antI DBrnt, the attention of the department to bn directed to the timl5 occupied over the audit, viz., 14 days, at a cost of £23, whoreas last year only 2i( days were spent upon the work.-Ot thho motion of COr Cain croi and Itarldy, it teas resolved that thu aicountts, as submitted, bo allowed.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
CO1ICKET. Clyde v. D0ndcnong B. - This match was concluded on the Dan denoug ground on Saturday last, and resulted in a three-point win for Clyde (by an innings and 25 runs.) Scores-Clyde-DuTf c Veal b Layer So, Hunter b Tress i, Twyford c sub. b Tress 37, Landale c I. Rodd b Layer i:, J. \White c Evans 1 Turner t6, Lecky b Mitchell t, Jones stpd \Villiams h Turner ao. J. Stick stpd Williams b Layer IS, McKay stpd Williams b Laver 3. Hardy c Tress b Laser o, Churchill not out 6; sundries It, Total 214. Bowling: Layer 4 wkts for 25, Tress 2 for 70, Mitchell I for 43, Turner 2 for 33. Dandenong-Flirst innings 70. Second Innings-H. \'eal re tired 15, Williams b Jones a, Laver run out 12, Mitchell c Churchill b Hunter 5t, Turner b Twyford 1I, Tress b jones 5, M. Rodd h Jones 5, Evans b Twvyford -4, Dowell b Joces o, R. Rodd b Jones a, O'Toole not out 2; sundries 12. Total I19 Bowling: Jones 5 wkts for 3t, Twy ford 2 for iS, Hunter I for 7. Kalora Park x-. Pakenham.-Kal ora 226 (0. Nobel...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
BPORTING. At the Flinders races recently, our local turfite scored well with Land light and Snip. The former won the Maiden Plate; the latter two novelty pony races at 3 to 5 on and 5 to I on. Crossing over to Cowes, he again scored vith Snip, annexing both novelty races there. Rather an en joyable pic-nic for A. C. Crook. The Woolamal and District Race Club will hold their annual meeting on Thursday, January 29. The pro gramme consists of a Trial Stakes, of £7, Woolamni Handicap, ;C2, Nov elty Pony Race, 14.2 a u., [7, Bass Handicap, [9, Novelty Pony Race, 13.2 a.u., [7, Publican's Purse, f-7, and a Hack Race of [3. Entrics close with Secretary Penny, Bass, and H. T. Sutton, Bourke-street, Mel bourne, on Saturday, s7th January; late entries will be teceived up till Tuesday, January 20. Entries for the Newmnarket Handi cap and Australian Cup have resutled most satisfactorily. For the former Mr S. P. Mackay, Berwick, has Royal Scotch and Ireland engaged, Mr S. A. Rawdon nominated Cht...
ABOUT MIRRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
ABOUT MIRRORS. The first mirror was doubtless the smooth surface of a clear and shining pool. Whlat wore the feelings aroused by tle sighlt of the reflectcd imulge which the primitive mlan or woman saw in the water, we Clcn0 onll imlaginle Ibut Willisams, tilh nulsslolnarv, tells us thlat som1o of the Pijianlls h1l0 tllat mian Ilad two splilits, t dark one anid a light on0 n1111 tllat tIle reflectioll se001 ill a pooli was t1he latter. Alldl when the mllssion1 ary placed one of tllese savages before i mlirror, this1 child of Nature stood 'lntralnced, ad nut1( 1111rm1red suftlI : "Noei I c011 s6e into ttelo vorld of spirits!" Arti'1icl mlirrors have hOC 1 ill usO for thousands of years. as variouls re lies 1111d literary referellces fromll the rellote p ast give OvillenOO Ihoulglh sitritiod lava 111(1 sheeta of aica have lI'eln put to tlliJ use. most of the nll tielnt mlirror s- lEgyptianll. -fetrew, CG reek1, 1111 Ian tolnla-wele 11a(de of m1 tal, lsullallv bronzo or silrer. Meta:In...
MARVELLOUS BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
MARVELLOUS BIRDS. trav'lltr, 'Itz"irtinds mte of an..old zcut my ttltt 1.9 o a fartm in Dakota. Shto would Iat i i ituj a iv lung from a text ntia-llI to a lInteti. hIIi, otde ditv Esho sit ott a it'eiew of ict a nnl hitchell out tI w puarits of hot water!" 'flTat doesn't. rmoe tip to a cli!:. footed hleu mti dii titothicr ontce hlad, " Ca i otie of his lrt:tiers. ''l'liTy had bet tt Fet'tinltg hl'r hlv llivtakle on saw- iltist ittsteal i f ott eItal. W11)l, shoa laid twilite tg.!s ait sat ont thomt. anid whetI they wae l aIItlCted elCieCI of tho chickflt Ins had wo en ls and thi twelfth(1 wa:s a1 wr~oodpecker·l "
IMPRISONED IN A GLACIER. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
IMPRISONED IN A GLACIER.. eomio thiiing e':periences once lio. fell MIr. Frederick Chamberlin wvli5sh ]he wvan milploring the Alps. In tho "Wide World dna'ziniioe' ho writes of iii adlventllre that befell him en the after neon of a Septcniher day when he weal descending the snow slope of a nicme tain : Sukddenly I founid mcynelt in front .:I a particularly ilsti t cryc, or. iccrrdyo, that gave very little foothold. 'The surface was not broken and crinil;' but justL smnootli. tceocl.erous iice. i1cT ever, I was inot going to be diaunted, sq I woi'iicd joy way eli. and was abe;!. to dloweiid then ther liside, whicn witi. lilt onml mshgny Let hit. Lenin iiedjr mle,n I\ n I startel ctireriniig down the slop. atI ciii k-nick sticeil. Dlown I did, straight tli ongr1h a Liiiincl-sihaped hole into a partly-Lirmied er.1sact,. I brought ini slhaply i·Aal i.t a unli tar of ice that oily jusi -I-ccntedil niw from r out ianing lily lethidnig Iarer into a iIStl ga Ing chat be\-flow ·~ ctt IltGl g...
THE HATCHING OF CROCODILES. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
THE HATCHING OF CROCODLES. An nutlibl ereainthig ire ~ i uttprei by young iiilihatchliei c iiictiiilICs iilili they tre wi'ithlin thIe eggs i i i huich they are hoid, tutu thit (ii is SI lent tud this. tiuctt that it etuti he 1h1'n ed tel iii this iiis are huriet in stuuudl. fIDtrti . .\ iesushota hit uItuttly tested this tlct at Ltagas. 11i hteatil a rnisunh~ig oiuse int below a (ry itt t iu, digging ini the path thu l I uissesigatite thlie cluse Ire dtitcto ite thuirttetu iiiluiit hilts egg. it a ilepltlh ot tlibuiuit eghltteut uueheos. .11l the younug cii·ttrocalle lttctushcd ottut a ftcu being lug ul.
UNFORTUNATE BLUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 15 January 1914
UNFORTUNATE BLUNDERS. By Wm. North. The wisdom of the "little people" is a .subject of never-failing charm to those wvho love themn, and It is with a certain degree of hesitation that I draw your attention to one or two curious instances of what may be termed "unwisdom." They are worth studying, becaause they throw some lighit on the vexed question of instinct versus reason. No subjec is better worth attention, itone muore frequently itisutiderslood, for many an act ion which we carelessly assign to intelli gence is really the restilt of instinct. A birti tioss not learn to build a nest tior dloes it reason out the best way of setting to work. It simply fol lews its itnstitict utu acts a us cosuttCss generations of Its kind have done in tite past. R1tmmber such a busy wvork er cannot le said to be followintg the cxsmple of Its parents since it never saw them at worul. Even better lii stances of this miay be founttd amongst the teetnitig members of the insect world, for theyt are usu...