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FOR THE FARMER. BETTER FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 2 July 1914
FOR THE FARMER. BETTER FARMING. More and more careful systcmatic methods oflfarming are rapidly gain. iog grollld i?! this country. The in. creased price of land makes such es sential to success, and no Iknown sys tem 1will put tarming on a better basis than followilng Nature's metlhod of keeping up thle fertility of tile lall, anlld in a great nmeasure this is what " -* ... ;isi . Dame Nature had no Ilou11 t turni under the fall ing leaves of the bush hills, but she left time to do tile work, and It is the accumlnlated humus so formed from which onr bush farmers are reaping their returns to-day. On much of our laud fertilisers will be required to produce a good crop or ploughing in, for It Is poor econ '11i to plough In a poor one. Money ao spent will be returned a hundred. old, and the permanent fertility of he land built up. On heavy land the Ilouglhing in of such crops as peas, 'etches, clover, etc., Is particularly uauul, (ur1 ufoig sO Ottell converts an unkindly difficult-to-w...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 2 July 1914
IGREATER THAN GOLD By L. T. MEADE, 'Author of "The Soul of Margaret .Rand," etc. Pubiished by arrangement with Ward, i Lock and Co.,. London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHIAPTER XIX. Sheila might not have allowed .Mrs. Murphy to leave her so quickly had aShe not observed Shautus coming to her. "Shamus," she e xclaimed, "such a queer old womnan has been here. I have just parted froum her because she would not stayn. She was dressed in the style of a hundred years ago, 'but I think she was really very nice, and she seented deeply interested in me, nrShamus. I found tile poor tai I with fer eves full of tears and her face scarlet as though she had been crying, and I am sure that O'Donnell was rude to her. Do you know, Sta-/ mus, dear, that she mncd suchl a v·ery J funny· request? She begged and Inm p~lored of me not to go outsite of the grounas unless I had someone with me. Of course, if you were at hoime I should be quite all right. but that darling The O'Doyle does not ...
IS CLIPPING SAFE? [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 2 July 1914
IS CLIPPING SAFE? It is nlot uncommon among dairy cows to finl the udder covered with a dense growth of long hairs, which, although they may be of some protec tion to the nuder, nevertheless, from the standpoint of sanitation and com fort to the cow iluring milking, are a letirinlent. Under ordinary farm con ditions they are generally covered with ilth, and even in the best-kept dairies, unless clipped, collect somne dust and filth. Furthermore, because of their location, it is highly probable that some of them wvill Snd their vay into the milk pail during milking. In oruher that such condtlomis may not oc cur, these hairs should be clipped close once or twice each year, there by preventimig collection of illth and permittling greater ease iin wiashing the udiher.
MANURING POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 2 July 1914
.MANURiiNG POTATOES. Potatoes, like all other crops, re quire a complete innalure, viz., a lma. inure contaluning nitrogen, phosphoric acild and potash, lime also ih so it at the time of planting, 'as it is much- slower in its action than either of the others; the sulphate of am monia is sometimes applied at plant ing time also, but it is better applied afterwards as a top dressing when the plants are two or three inches higlh. With regard to nitrate of soda, this Is so extremely soluble that it should only be applied when the crop is near ly ready for earthing up. Phosphates maty be used ili various forms, super, bonedust, or slag, according to the nature of the soil or'tilhe particular fancy of the user. In any case, a lib eral dressing Is, necessary. Potash is best applied in the form of sulphate of potash, as it is almost, if not en tirely, free from chlorine, which is de trimental to the potato crop; for this reason I do not approve of the use of kainlt, 30 per cent. potash sal...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 2 July 1914
DEATHS. KERNOT. –On the 25th June, Annie, dearly beloved wife of Charles Kernot, Tooradin, and much beloved niece of Mrs Harbrow, Kirkham road, Dande- nong. CONQUEST. –On the 24th of June, at her residence, Cranbourne, Jane, native of the late George Conquest, and beloved mother of Mrs. Dowres, Mrs. Cartwright, Mrs. Young and Mrs. Trounson.-R.I.,P. Bereavement Notice. CONQUEST.-The daughters of the late Mrs. Conquest desire to sincerely thank their many kind friends for their kind sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, and especially to thank : ather Gleeson, M IS. J. McMULLEN and family beg to acknowledge with thanks receipt of letters, telegrams and expression of sympathy in their recent sad bereave. ment. In Memoriam. EGERTON.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, weho departed this life at " Brockhurst," Tooradin, on June 3oth, zgot.. There is a link death cannot sever. Loving remembrance lasts for ever. -Inserted by his loving parents, brothers an...
CEMETERY TRUSTEES' FEES. Legality Questioned. Crown Law Authorities Now Apply For Refund [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 2 July 1914
CEMETERY TRUSTEES' FEES. Legality Questioned. Crown Law Authorities Now Apply For Refund That the members of the Spring Vale Cem- etery Trust have been illegally taking pay- meat of fees for attendance at the Trust meetings, is the opinion expressed by the Solicitor-General, backed up by the opinion of eminent counsel. According to a statement made in the Legislative Assembly in February last by Mr T. Livingstone (then honorary Minister), in reply to a question by Mr J. R. Jewell, the trustees had drawn the following fees since 1903 :--T. G. Allen, LI82 ; A. F. Alway, L181 ; C. E. Bolingbroke, L181 ; J. A. Boyd, M.H.R., L171 ; T. Simmons (chairman), L275 ; and D. Simpson, L166. It was the opinion of the Crown Law Department, said Mr Livingstone, that the fees had been illegally taken from the trust funds, as the trustees were not entitled to receive fees until the guarantee given by them to the Victorian Railway Commissioners for pay- ment of interest on the cost of land and constru...
CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT Monday, June 28. Before Messrs Robert Gibb (chairman Greaves and White, J.'s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
JRANBORNE POLlOE COURT Monday, June 28. Beforo Mossra Iobert Gibb (chair man Greoves at d \Vlhite, J.'s.P.) Buruside v. Mathieson.-In tl'is case a ret of had Ieu filed. Whoen the caso was called on, Mr Macphorson, who appeared for defendant, asked for nan adjournament by consont for one month. This was granted. Frank Baunswell v. W. Griflihls. Information for not eradicating frsze after notice. After hearing evidence fronm informant and doefendtnot, the bench adjorened tie ca?o to allow work being done, nto dcfan!t of which there would be a fine of £5. Sanmo v. Tamblyn.-Similar otfenco. Ilengthy evidence was given by do feudant, and two of his mnu, in thia ease. Mr ulwecll doseribed the state of Tamhlyn's pI'nace before and sinco the notice, and salid thero was still a gieat quantity of fuizo and briar on the !'ace. l)efendant's evidence went to rebut this. The Ienchli decided to visit tho farim lnd sec for themselves. Lator on in the day, Mr Gibb, the chairman, announced that the B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
SCRAPS. -Anstralian novels of the popular order are rtcOgnisett more by their I merit rether thon their tnmtbet, and chief among recent books to win good opinions is "The Outlalw.' from tho pen of Darid Hnncssecy. Thisisia cleverly conceived romnate of tite early settle ment of New Sousth Wale. A.l jendid word-picture is drown of ths period in almost historical detnil, and interwoven are the thmilling escapades and dare-devil doings of a man who was forced by tyranny and cruelty into a lifo of outlawry. Auother novel, wh:ch is pretty Cutr to tmoot wihh popular approval, though not yet printed in book form, comes from tihe skilful pon of Ethol iinrliingham Quinn, and is entitled'Kathlecn Ml vourneen. Itis a plcaoing, romantic story of a beanti Fol Irish colleon in Australin. and may bo clasord as light liction, particularly attrsctive to the frminitr section of the rcading conuunmnrity. Both of these novrls uppear in ' Tie Australiqn Journal" in July, with otlher specisl attrsctions....
Cranbourne Weeely Market. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
Cranbourne Weeely Market. Garlick Dros. report a good yardinog of small colvec, with pigs of all descriptiJon and poultry in short supply. Backfattera to L4 7r G6, baconers, medium, from 1.3 to L3 10s, porkere, heavy, to 553s, light do. from 30s to 41., suckers 153 to 183 6f', C.!es.-Atll classes were in strong demond, and well. conditioned small brought f:' n 15. id to 1Ss 6d; others from 6. 3d to 13e, t'oulty. Supplics were short and paices showed a cou eiderable advanccment on I..ot rates. Indian runner ducks from is up; roosterss, prime, to 6s ; others from 3. 8S to 4 6.1; hens, 3s to 5s 6d; chickens from is 3d to 2s 31. Fruit.--With the advance of the season supplies are diminishing, while prices gene rally are hardeuiog. Potatoes Is j1 qtr aud 2s 6.1 the 4 cwt, cabba-es is dozt, and Owedes Is Id to to 21.
Bunyip Monthly Market. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
fBunyip Monthly Market. Adamson, Strettle & Co. report under date July 2, 'yarJing 109 head cattle, 23 pigs. There was a gool attendance preient and a fair Sale rcsulteJ. Spriag, r, forwaid, L5 1,s to L7, backward to L.: 10o, llEh) cows 1.5 15s to L6 17; 6 1, store cows to 1A, IS ruouths beifera to 553, piddies to '27 t6, .tore pigs to 221 I'l, suckers to 18S 61.
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market. Tuesday, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market. Tucesday. J,:y 7. Adamson, Stut'le & C('. Pty. LI.. Ahix. Scott & Co, and Jpiteph C aske k. -., ?C - . joittly rc,otl:--A goo.l L.unber of dairy cattle ytrded, .· tI except fr bes: quaolity satlc e we a bit drf:leeitL, time: ofi thu Irieic pal lots as fo: utws:--Mi:kera: 0, Iys 3 chicteows to Ell, averagilg 1.10 18S; I. lliggitns 5 to LtO 10t, F. cOritw 3 to Lt I 7. Il, Itt Corrtptt 3 to IS 17t i1, E. ttrown I at L9 lt i I, S'lb. Keys G to 1.11 2s 61, Ii. G. Gtamtle 4 to LO 7T 61I, J. ('htnlmt 1 at LSI 12,t, WV. llHuey I at 1S. IT iIJ. 0. Vcstl 4 io L 10, Mc.lcio. lttia 3 to 110 31. l ttliuaa 1 I t 1., \\1 . . CGr'.avet -2 to 1 17, 6 I, \V. I. (laralner 2 to LI 15i, 0. Kl(ingston to LS 135. 1. et:oricgn 2 to LS, \V. D. ' avlor I at t S t0o. SOpiegors: W. Stevens 7 to 1. I1;.?'i. F. Artustroeg to 17 "l IV, \ C. Greavos -1 to LT 1I, G. Irvine 1 at 17, 7, Ilook 3: to . G ', Store cattleO antd clhoppers, gou.l tlemande. I'...
PAKENHAM UPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
PAKE?iHAM UPPER. The Progress Association held a debate upon "White Australia," which was well attended. IMessrs Black, sen., II. Black, L. Holdensen, B. Taylor, A. Smart and Matlrias took part, and some very telling points were made, hothl for and against. The next debate is upon the " Workers Comrpensation Act." Ratepsyers hIave arranged a deputa tion to the Concil to protest against tIle road colnnecting Upper Pakenhlam main road with tie Salvation Army road, being interfered with. The Couutry Rloads Board proposes to let theiro ' feeders" as a sonrc of revenue, and no doubt in places they are un necessary, but thlis road is tohe only cross country one for miles, and is a great convenience to residents. It is proposed to erect a fence around the Mechanic~' Hall and plant ornamental trees. Probably the yourg men will arrange a working bee for the purpose, and the ladies provide after noon tea. It is hoped that thie library at the Mechanics' wvill soon be available to readers. ThIe...
BERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
BERWICK. On Sunday last Constable Ichir wont to Narro 'VWarron to interview a young man named Albert Carter in connectlion with a robbery at Mr Rowe's bakery. Hie found the young man at thbo back of the township on the hills, but was informed that be was armed, and in an excited, nervous state. Notwithstaading this, the constable pilucklily approached Carter. who, when 11he was withlin..a- fw.yart.L...1...... revolver from his pocket and shot him self in tihe forehead. Constable Hebir enlisted thie s5rvices of Capt. Jones, lwho happened to be passieg in his ear, and motored the injured man to Dr. Lang more, who extracted the billet. Carter was then placed under arrest, and will be charged for the robbery and attempted suicide.
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
RIFLE NOTES. The following is the draw for the firts round of the Friendly Societies' Shooting Competiltian : .A.O.D v. .A.O.1., Julyl3. ,A.U. l.v. v. A.O.D., July e . 1.U..O.O F. ..OI.1., July .'1. AO.F v. ll.A.C.tl.S. July id A.S.,? 'r, U A.O.D., July ""l ?L.O.. ,-. I.o.n.. au~ur iJ 1.0.11. v. . A C.13.S., A13.F? . A.O.F. \-. A.N.A.. Aug. '7. 3IU.L.O.0.I. v. U.A.U.D.. Aug. I.A.C, .h. e. U.A.O.Dl)., Aug I.U.L'..O.P.F. v. A.O.F., S?pL. 1.0.11. v.A.N.A.. Spt. 10. The above matches to take place at roima
SPRINGVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
SPRINGVALE. A grand concert was held at Spring Vale on Saturday, July 4th, in aid of the football club. A programme of excellent variety was provided. Cr. Borden occupied the chair. The follow. aing artists acquitted themselves very creditably :-Messrs Ponder, Ford, Grant and Druce, and Misses Webber, Harris, H. and A. Connelly, and Brita and Barba Pearson. Miss Mollie McOuado acted as accompanist, to whom the committee feel very much indebted. Miss Webber sang with exquisite taste, and we hopo to hear her again; being an item of special merit. Mr BrLce also performed with.great ability, one song he sang bringing broad smniles on the faces of some from the Dart, and wase greatly appreciated by all present. Thle hall was tilled to high water mark. The thanks of the com mittee to all who assisted to make the concert a complete success is heartily given.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
FOOTBALL. I underslanl that loon is anxious to try conclusions with Dandenonr kt the close of the season for a dinner, the m tch to take place on the Nor Nar Goon grouni. If the mrtch is to come oilff lIona should provide the dinner. O:ayton v. Cranbourne.-Tbis match was played at Clay'ou on Saturlday last and resulted in a win for the local lads by 23 po:nts. From the bounce the viritors as samed commandl and quickly notched a sixer, after vhich the locals settled down and had complete control, the bell rinoing ,n Clayt Ii, 3 goals 4 bebinl ; Cranbouroe, I goal. oUn the changce of ends, CranbJuhne reversed matters by replyinc with 3 goals 1 behind to CIa) toa's I gopa, tie scirea.at half time read inog-Clayton 4 coals 4 behijds, (r.mnbourne 4 goals 1 tehind. In the third quarlter Clayton amre quickly at work, a loie bit of passing from Walker to O'Meara to .1lvasy to Tycslry produced a majar, A lot of give and take ploy fI liowed, before lanurny, fromr a beautiful markt r:tgistered...
PAKENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
PAKENHAM. Mrs Lippett, of North Pakenham, met with a serious accident last 8atur day evening. She was driving along in a spring cart, and when turning the corner near Bourke's Hotel the cart overturned. Mrs Lippett was pinned under the seat. An examnination by Dr. Whito proved that she was rather seriously injured. She had sustained bad abrasions about the head and face, ribs were fractured, and she was suffer ing from internal pains. Tile injured lady wane renrmoved to the hospital by tihe evening train. truring the econd quarter of the football matchl between Pakenham and Nar-Nar-Goon last &aturdayl, J. Cowell, captain of the Pakenlham team, mrret with a painful arccident, being anci - dentally kicked on the thumb. An examination ry Dr. Whlrite proved lie had errtained a compound fracture of thie first joint, FurthIer back thie flesh was laid bare to thie bone. Arbor Day was colobrated round this district last Friday. At Pakcneham schlool tree planting was indulged in, and...
SPORTING. G.N. STEEPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
SPORTING. G.N. STEEPLE. For the Grand National Steeple to be run at Flemington on Saturday next, I have not time to expatiate, but I like Corajill... ...... Vanguard ... ... 2 In last week's issue I lipped (jlontaft and Lord Grey to win the Grand Notioal Hourdle Rac at F'lemington, and they run tisat ant second. Those aho intended backing Clolaflt for the G.N. Steeple next Saturday moy set their mnods st rent, as be ha:L go5C out. Fortunn elnter who, whon In Juck Holot'o stable at 5!ordialloc, ros under the unme of Knurresh. won a raes at Ascot an Cloadsay .lter -two pr5ssn one Sri. I notice Shay generally win on the third try. Tsero will be a rsce meetins at Sandowe Park on Welnesdav. July 15, ansi a very large entry has blen receiecd by air Il. 1'. Coust. dine. There is an exceptionally large entry in the lrush Sleeplecease.
FERN TREE GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
FEGN TREE GULLY. At the shire council meeting on Sat arday a petition was received from a number of ratepayers of the district urging the necessity for a new railway station between Bayswater and Lower Gully stations. The site considered suitable is close to tholL L Itoad. It was resolved that the petition be for warded to Mr. W. S. Koast, M L.A., to place before thile Railway Comnlissionners 1 understand that an effort is to be mIade to induce thi Railway Commise stoners to sanction the continuation of tho Springrale Necropolis line to theb lully, via Scoresby and Bayawater, a distance of aboullt nine mliles. The cost of construcition would be about £3000 per mile, including statlJus, and land holders would eitlheir give the land feoo of cost or consent thlt their lands be loaded to make up any loss in annual revenue. OFFICER. On Wednesday, Juno 2lth, a social was given to Mr. and Mrs. Tivendale, and a purse of sovereigns and a silver tea pot presented to tbem in recogni tion of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 9 July 1914
The A Cheapest machine is ~that will Lord's last a Incubators lifetime, The Most Perfect in Princlph', the Iost Perfect in Workmaoship. and the Must Perfect in Practice. Come and See It For Yourself, at GARLICK BROS., onsale Dandlenong, FARMERS! For land buying, for land selling, for loans on land call or write to us. Selling Farm Lands is Our Speolality, and we invite Owneol and Buyers to communicato with us. Adi1ii- Sajle Conducted. Sworn Valuations Made. "£50 to £5,000 to Lend STEWART & WOOD, COTIONEER & SWORN VALUATOR, LEAl)ING FARM SALESMEN Telephoue 4439 Central. 46 EIZABETHI-ST., MIELBOURNE. o tonvealty 18ar of Buistralia HEAD OFFIOE r;- SYDNEY ThbI Bank is open for ll cli.ses ot GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AIo at Sydney, Canberra, A.?delalide, Prth, Ilobart, liribaln, f?vlkhampton, Townnrille, and London. Cablermnittancen clae to, and nt.. . Ir on o o o reir?r In!ce direc. Foreitn brill negotiate dand collectet. L...