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Took Everything. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
Took Everything. A fathecr, wishiric to satisfy himself as to he totitre irosaects of his eon, dewcit to malte the followinz test: Now." h'e sabd. "I will put her'e, wttert he will tee them the first thing whan oe comes is, a Siibe. some money and a lottle of whisky. If he takes the Bible tie wilt he a tirearher: if he takes the whisky he will be no good.' Having this decided on the plan, he arranged the articles and concealed himself to :stcait the son and watch Presently in came tte boy, saw the monec and put it in his Docket, took up the bottle of whisky and draitk It. ittt the Iitle untder his arm and walled out whistling. My crariotus!" exelalmed the fattier, "he will be a member of Pnr lament."
EPIGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
EPIGRAMlS. A ll rrwel that ends swell. It's :1 longi worm that has no turn. a royl coonlimntsrr. litch yo' onr at?gol to a stanr-but In. arttro yollur wal?on Irst. The tweniath century rllelon-the worshi:n of tlw r mnit who gets there. All things comne to hinm who waits, but most thin's sgoil in tlhe waiting, in,'huin-? oulrceives.. All iopll:lr men itand great leaders have thaid a ood opiio op f tthemselves. All the worl ioves- a lover of himself. Thle tivo enindidlies frr the toor houre and thle clteotery-tlto tmian who buys thin:s bi,eratlu?'e they are cheap, and Ithe t1:1 wh'"o eatt thllillgs to get the .ort'li cf his mioney. . . . . . . .. . .
THE MAIN THING. Giving Service, Not Making Money. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
THE MAIN THING. Olving Service, Not Making Money. By Frank Crane. ronoy is not the real inhcntive. It ?eems so, but it is not. The real moe tive that gets men to work is the de, sire to serve. 1e won't aeknowledge that Man is temperamentalls ashalned of any high eolnding claim. lie blushes at his own good deeds antd e loudly dis ciains uinseltishrness, Us:all heI believes he is tliene the truthI about himself. 13at he is mistaken. 11 Is nobler than he sus, lpects. Take the girl at the counter, the workllman laying bricks, the c .Xrh !I the bank, the railwavy ?-oni1ictor antd Ihe grocer. \Ask theil why tlhey net tim etery IttOilistg and go to work asd they will anilswer tromptl y. To nae itolltte. No setilinent goes \witIh tse. 1 wasn: cash. I work ibecause I niecd 1hw wages." It is not Cvery hard to prove that this is not t-o. Pitt oto of t,,o eol e tit :in titttot'y itsotoss btsines'. wHi'lr he gets sonlothilln for nothing, nnd ino matter what tlhe a in he twill by and by resmgn. T...
DANDENONG POLICE COURT Tuesday, July 14. Before Messrs H. M. Sutherland (chairman), and H. A. Lousoda, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
DANDLENONG 'OLICE COURT Tuesday, 1I1 1I1, Before hiesers II. M1. Bouthlerland (chairmna), nlld II. A. ,ll.lsnd , Jo.l'. Wiiliai Itrenv Pulibh nes charged with belog inucpeble tihe iii charge of u torte etid vehicle at the Dandenoug M[urkct en Tuesdar, July 7tb. 8enlor.Conuetable \VWarren depose that defendant was very much under the influence on the deote i quetloot, an I he locked him up for hit oiwn safety, Defendaut said, In reply to the bench, that It woe bitterly coll uasrket day, and hIe took spirits iustead of beer, ntod it knockedt him orver Ieto wns CO yeare of age and vwas never before an court before. The Chaitmono naid Ii tilo eircutstnuicca there would be a line of 2o Ci,, A. K~ingahury v. JUlieS Feildhetim.--?loodsI supplied, Lt I, 7d ; Order for amount weith Os costt.
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
SClhAPS. Aui Iouns fsrnr crimpins that they aro being ouberged (Jo Pd end 73 a lof: for reilsy freight from listyip to BMol bournie. 'hlint is cE, but. it is for a peiteoa cl as o0 goode. JIrs ellkinr ie us tle ins Iroleriorese olf tie 1order Ilotel, lie wek, which legs chlngel huln1 s [roin Ir '1 rilreo. Mers Flkiuer oimeos froii Unarn-di le witli excellent terienonibs, sn-l ieAe grented A licensce. Em-omn thi "King Island Neiv," we lIiith shut frou the "lot illy lth prii o of bricoad will be -Id 1ier 211 l10f." Thii looks chani enunper i to wliid we y in \ Victyris. And yet King IslIndil i3 in Idoss Strait, ho iiiile3 Sway fronm .1elbouri-e. At lie iiiiiiil O'ilho~liiial and 0u pper, to be held ini t l:e Dunlteiiong Town hiull on T'imedav, Aegu4t 0, irizes ewill be piv-eu for tIe beet honcy aet, elco for single flanc c stuon'. A voting board mill be diopla)Jed oen lie singe, anu1 Id per rote iv II be chargegd fir youing on the best set, and nlso on the single costume cenpeti tioe....
NARRE WARREN. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
NAllitE WAIIREN. Arbor l)ly wos r'?elthrated nt tlie loc! St ite tetittol ii Fr idtiy weeo. T'he lb?,d ieacht, l M!.?iss A1 11. \\tlhla nil, i?i?ti biI biit receiltly tikein chllrge ofl thlhe shiol, lil? nli ealy iproved iher. 'elf ii 111t11, lopuliar teiteitir wil.h the cItildren itl dparents. '[rli-otghl thI itSlltir itloilt iity of erellf, l?lid tinter their eitf? ilsere 10 rowlvil tht neioci?i ani. :ihouit oine hundredl~t re.?pomiiled to their geierot inritati oll. Aiiprolitnto iltdlr.ees ??,te deliritiid hy CI. W. U at'llec'k?,t, ,IP, and~ Mr I;. W. IWhbli sonii whih; the other membliers of" the C. 13rowi llnilt L. SoChllid.i) were busy getliig reilly fr thie alterloioni slortts. '1'he Ilt tlrols 1 l dier leti ere ilnr o busy 1 Ipoiitdiilg the ilfttnoon ten, e-. 'ITle festival nns solielnhat niarreid 11o to ithe tlicnitlitetit.'s neilecl ill not sendiig tlie trees, ult Mr Ilobilion o elileroly.? 0'11115 to thi ltit,. AfIter the itpiinting foot. rocing ins frttly indtiieel iii, ...
NARRE WARREN EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
An eiijiyabl!e concert w~s hIIld on the iLth .Iu!y, in nid of tile iew Fchool building fInnd, nt No. 371 ?1) Stae Pclihool. The ehlir was filbd by Mr Htopkins in n very Iwolthy miaunnri, wiho deserves plraise for the ,xcellent way ie kep1e, tlhe niunsemeuniti ping, afsisled by his fetlow Ta'eiibr, t hi l coli iii eemiiiittue (Messrs SInge, Steed. lhol?kins, Ilolli. dby, M'cDotilnnid ol I. Iolliday). A Imost inlteresl.ilg rnit voiietd Ilogralmle war pt fertward, nrirrged by IlMis Steed, who nlso neled an csompaniist.. Spl'iial mIlion UiI st iu mande fir lthe " hitt ' of the evening, n nctiios song, " W\ouhl't You Like to be a Blaby (;irl." Iby the fo!lowiug clhilrten :-- T liolliday, It. 6teed, L. Potter, P. Stagg,, E. Stng n odl C. Saig; the boys nusueved, " No, Not Bluc"''! (langhter), Jniunio Uason, \Willie Potter anid C. C,.utsonl. Recitation, M1r Whinfoild; ii:ng, I iWont Muary \Yo, ll iss UIct5 tlollidiy, enucortl; cilatioin, by Ir' Ienry EI llgl; violin olo, Mr Victor -Iin.ysn...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
FOOTBALL, Pakenhni footballer- took a poor teanm to Uranbourni l?iet SBttrday, ilt0 EBUltred dufeat bv 2 goails. Clayton v. Nor Nar (Ocon-Clnyton, who welr without the services of Alvarr. O'Mearn PItterson and G. tobbi, and conscIquently week, journed to Iar Nt (Goon with a stroniI nmuster or01 uppoit.rs, on Saturday list, nud nil who undertook the trip felt fully rceom-n pensed by tile cujiyable time Ppent. After Ithe match n nMove Was madoe to O'Brien's Hotel, where an excellent tem had been pte videdl, nod wos given full ja.tice to by nil present, after which soug an?d s!try contri buted by visitol and locals willtd anway time timo utlil the arrival of tlio train. In tihe mntch, a strongl wind blowing toward the rlilwny end, comblund with the wet nnd Ellppely ball, comopltel?lv splilt the gamue, wmniun r 1im mun pur was a mere scramble with a majority of playets on the ball. Clay. ton, who won the toes elected to kick with the vind, were the first to get going, antl quickly drew ...
NARRE WARREN NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
NAllitEl \VAltllEN .NORT?TH. Due i c the mniy dethnmnds on the funds ol thu Women's i lospitdl, our lomen ladiev .gn.o .a graud bI-ll in the ,tttle anli jtl ttnll, tnTnile m Cml tihe doo)rs, the we.t.hrr wam rnather u 1sttled, nod his p vnte, ntd a l arg?e Iornicot?me tof petl e from niding this tdhtOritIlth, In etilutitn. HloreverP, notwithstrndi?g the wteather conditions, abotP forty col?jlnes reed the mttnic, and thotoughly enjtyed ttn,,r.vtlv,.s, the "' Iesitation " wltlz, ' Ou-Pttr ," nt.d other notw tlances beitlg Inrgely indnlged in. 'T'hece ere t lafrgo unlmher of visitors frotl Melbourne, nndtl nme very chariIm ing dresses were wtarn. The floor vwa in exetllent condition, several of tihe terplichorian artists Itving mellnsrdtl their lengtlhs or it. Tlhe Instestl dance roun.ie waL s di.couroel by P'rofessor tIobert (Cox, ano Mr linry llandal dlllo It cur'tt' eons tltaster ofel ceP tmOlttit'. Supptter ?sn served ot lltid night, nsd the tnbhl lonokied exreediigly inviting. The...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
SPORTING. In answel to A. IU. to decide a wager- At the Bwrwick Show Bomo yrs ogon the/ racing pony tttio jumed 5ft 1010n in the pony high iun'P, with Charlie Hansen it, thet saddle. Weight about 103t 7lb?. Tott. e - Rurd 3 - . - -, - -. ,Me^tlo? ,, ,,rnin,,-, on on WVdned y, , t tileACind (ay 0! \ LIO WI»> Lcod iun A(U S" , lOg hba the hid Juok to un nock by hall f 1019th, Whileo Gulden Go) let %v ,,a rlojo third, It was bad luck for fOO R there Woro 10.0 ,oricih Park MableI wa, singularly unfatln ,atL I art;O1,ilu girg out favorit »t a t, 1in thi Braybroo tlnolicap %wOv beaton ,t olv k Relli n, Our d a 1l.' 1 away. tifird lier mwl1ng all kin own rnnle. t1ide %vs cappc(d bry till other Orleigh Pork reprecntal'tiw, \lhhing Cop, beug eaqlly btWa by Lord Grey i. the turatCUr Flat Race %Viot Cat wao favorite at 7 to 4, .,d "ConnollY hacked Lord Grey heavily down to 5 to 2, and hl a big win. z Iri L RON. TIml Souti Gippstlallt aranorsu ,Itb timr Gippo i l J. 1'. Edward; i pa•dit, won...
A BULL CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
A BULLL CHARGE. Cr. \W. lHardy, of thle Crauhourne Shire, had an unpleasant experience on his properly at 3enaw vith a Jersey hull whliclh hie ecently purchased. Thie animal appeared to be a quiet one, but suddenly developed a fi enzy and chased the owner. Cr. lardyv three hours, while the bull waited be. low, and gored the hark of the tree into shreds. Eventurlly, from his leafy perch Cr. Itardy managed to coall a dog, and the animal was driven ol. Aleler this expelicrlce lie hwalltedl to stretch his legs, and paid a visit to a neighbor to hortow a cartridge.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
The 1h - miachine Cheapest t t machine Lrs 1 +last a Lord's lifetime. Incubators ifeti n Wom'i .phip . ai d l he ost l'a Pefct i-' The Most Pecfect ia Po 'n the -p l e i See t F)r ourself, at GARLICK BROS., ) l.oe Dandenong, FARMERaS For land buying, for land selling, for loans on land call or write to us. OUtt 410rpmliE FAMNI CATA LOG E 'hould b3 obtaltlby C veryofleo in search ot Country LAnds. Propertice Insertle in Sanic without nny C0ost Auction Sales Codnotoud. Sworn Valuations Milce. .i 50 tu J:.5,( 00 to L?nd. O- 0 STEWART & WOOD, AUOTIONSER & SWORN VALUATOR, LEADING FARM SALEISMEI STolephouo 4439 Ocntral. 46 Eii nAETlI-ST., MELBOURRNiF. Gon~itntonw lt f3ahk of Rusttrala HEAD OFFIOE 7i'bY SYDNEY This1 )nk is open for oIl ilar'r' o! GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS B t EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alsto t Sydocy, Cinh.rrrr. Adlabl.,l, I'erth, I-iohns. oI.i'.onne, Iioopanlton Townor, le, rnla Lord Otbie rrrolttrrOc. ,nr.·I- to. rll itor~ mir · o tIl ((...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
R. L. L. VSMITH'S Practice S1 Cllins Streetj Melbourne Uedicine adppropriatly Prcked and fworWrded to all parta of ? ]. Dr. L. L. Smith- s Nedical Am ,E o Ya LETTFr, .r. Dafed. Order Enrly. DR. F. E. L. AGLEy -AYBE CONSULTEDl AT H'19 OLD SURGERY Corner of SCOTI' & THO.MAS-ST Ors: -1 a.r., 2.3 and - p.. And a his Pri at de . . cRAE ST)3IT * 0nk , A CARD. 1i.L 3. A. GRIFFITIH as CUommenced Practice in BERWICK. M[rs. Wilekens, PRIVATE HOSPITAL (MATERINITY) "Valetta." Robinson street, Dandenor g Terms Illodernto. Phone 52 Dandtnong. SMR. ARTfOUZ BRA, JSTO y S Surgicial and ilechlianical Dentist, SPlofesin:al CthamuhTrs, 110 OOI.L1NS-SrTREFT, .ELU0 J3RNE, And MIARKET ItUILDINGS, DANDiEONGo, ESIRIES to notify the iesidenits L. of Dandenong and surronuding districts that he bhas taken up his ReIsi dence in Dandenong, and may bo con uloted at hie rooms, Tuesdays and .Fridays, or ereninug, at his private address, Robinson-st., next Methodist Church. Hours, Tuesdays & Fridays,...
CLAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
CL\YTfON. A. 511ccil meet togK of I Ito PmlOgr.Coit A\tocIiit ion wans Imelil in (hc bun it Iintl tnct weekll, tvlii'n tllr heft' rVIS goodl Ititctidancim, ~rF.A~.;. Uiuuoy',4u ·Lhe tIimi lie w'ill gb.~r IlY)l f rontl ti11 me~ (;mee'rmmll immt. fUr ·I ;i)P'm~CI'et. iImel iiiiiimt:i 'imill IIImIvItmICO I.tttIt) mIII Film-.I' oigmumt ottO ItoI l moem obtaneiid to mm pet it in miti mpilst tI~e re..m im' al mit theI shiire hanll mmmiii huimmoiieo tri titt'm \Ximvi'' Iii'. nt imid to holie mmented to theu next
DISTRICT NEWS. PAKENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
11 anUcuno u 1 k D ' ctisr ( D.t.yor:n'ot, Tiun t:'p.tr, .Iia.. 18 DIBTRICT NfWVl. I AKENLI.H A. ::" " A skating carnival nwas hiIld here last week, and niotwithstandlig the inclement wrather a Ifailr number at. . tended, and a very pleasanit erveting . was speut. Mists ]I Velbs'er won the( prize for the best dressed lady, anel -lester Gibson won for best dt'reso d gettt. Mr II. !linstroorlth w; awardeditle lthe irize for rost origuinal character. Hle r-ptcsecnled a waslwerrsinanu, and ..... --- · .. . . . . .. . ,.. .. '. The Pakehlinn hRidling coiuncillors : tohter wit, h the d,, , t, wcrkp, to.t. thie Iuttties intirtstrd. ot Kecltle,e road, Pa..kethro 1lpper, lust Saturday ifter noon. After riewing lthe.loculity, it nwas decided to forwrnrl - teconlltendtd i: tion to the cour cil ihichl ill suit nill interested. 'The annnal inreeting of the local : Fruit and Hlorticultunal Society wai held last Thursday. Otn ccouot of the tinclemrent, weather the metintg was niot as troll ntttent...
THE TERROR OF THE UNKNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
THE TERROR OF THE UNKNOWN. "Utter bewilderment and astonish ment were my first feelings when sight was given to me," said a man who had never seen until lie was 30 years old. "The bandago was drawn away from my eyes in the hospital. What I saw frightened me; It was so big, and caused such strange emotions. I called out in terror and put out my hand. My fingers touched my nurse's face. I knew she was there, for she had just taken the bandage from my eyes, and I knew what I was touching, but I did not know what it was I saw. " 'For mercy's sake, what is it?' I asked in agonising tones. "The nurse answered me soothing ly, taking my fingers In her hand and moving them from her mouth to her eyes, to her nose, chin, and forehead. 'It is my face that you see. Look! You know this is my mouth--my chin, and these are my eyes.' "Soon I knew that I was seeing what was familiar to the touch of my fingers -a human face. But the sensation for long was one of terror. The first meal I ate was an odd...
CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
OHUROH NIWS. P'resbyterian.---Dandenong, 11 a.m., amd 7 p.m. Evening subject, " Cour ago." Preacher, Rev. 1I. A. IUntine. 'Paltenhan Church of Christ next Sunday.-Morning, worship, 11; even ing, Gospel, 7. Prencher, Mlr Joseph Pittman., Next Thursday the Arcadians w il hold one of their enjoyable dances in the Dandenong Town Hall, The en trance fee for gehitlenmn is only z/0.
So Small. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
So Small. General Sir Arthur Paget, who com mands the forces in Ireland, tells all amusing story of a visit paid by an in spector to a prison in the north of Ireland. There had been a rumor that the prisoners were undcrfed, and,.Lthe W- lrg one cell he noticed Uthat the atmosphere seemedt rather stuffy, and glancing around he noticed that the ventilator was shut. "Your cell seemnts rathler close and stuffy," he remarked to the prisoner. "Why don't you have the ventilator open?" "I should like to, sir," replied the pri soner, "but I daren't risk it" "Risk it!" repeated the inspector. "'What risk is there?" "Well, sir," the prisoner explained, "the last time I had it open a large bee--quite a large one, sir--flew in and carried off my dinner!"
"The Sentence Of The Court." [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 July 1914
"The Sentence Of Tihe Court." Next week, in our columns, we will introduce the opening chapters of a New Novel. under tihe above heading, " The Sentenco of tle Court " Iby the ominnont noveolat, F'ItEU. M. WIJLlTE. The story will run iato about three mouths of tlhe Adrertiscr, which will only cost 8., and the novel is Worth Double the Money. - Each WVeekl You Look Forward Anxiously to the Corning ChapterP, rand the Whole lousnehold Enjoys the Story. Our agents, if they are not dull, will see that customers are well attended to.