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AU TRALIAN WOMENS NATIONAL LEAGUE, Dandenong Branch [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
iAU TRALIAN VWOMEN' NA '[ONAL LEAGUE, Dandenong Branch Notnithstanuing the inclemency of the wtohller -Id thl:e had stlateU of the ra I, thlee was a toJed atCndatce of Imembern and f ientl.:, tm ny colning .lonie tituce~, d te n - nu o mei 'in? rof the D.anldenel o br.onch on hrl:l on li h July, in the en clenong Ton RI Mrs i, G. . cclutcheon, t ior vice I'-?s ienr, occupied the ch:.i-. I h annul, rep,:rt anL bl 'rice rl:et was rte' hy h heon. sere tory .nd 'reasui r, tMrs ti. W. T-1'Ot. Lt shs.eIl that inmei g,)od work had teen done durinm thIi y?r, and subetantial progress made nad that the mIeni bet ip was a record one. Election of of olliers resulted in Mrs dUorelay Thornm: sn btieg re-elected Fresisal, Mis I'. T'. ly.' oood, Miss Kiln Ilymranu and Mrs Ariher Kennely vtcce-prsiden's, Mrs OI. W. Talb hon. secretaroy and treasrer, Mr W. II. 0. It'd hen. aulit' r. The follow ing mutn~em: r of committee were re-lectted :-Mlotaoamto, Iangley, tiosnile, McLean. Duerli, Ti - cher, Crui...
PAKENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
PAKENHAaM. Mr J. Trovena, assistant S.M., has received nolico of his promotion. In csrrqurnce of this he has been ap pointed to Drouia. Mr Edwards, froar that station, will take his place here. Mr Trovona during h:a o years resi derce here ilas taken a keen interest in theo school and football club, and his ~ve!'-known fignure will be missed at the football natch s. The annual meeting of the loscl branch of thr People's Party was ]eld last Friday croevening, the prcsilert, Mr J Henry in "he chair. The balance sheet showed a credit for thie year. Mr Henry was ch'ctcd presidert snd Messrs II. Cipelaid and J. It. lIolev, vice. presiaents. The conrritteee will con sist of all memul rs f the hbruIch, ,ix tor for lla a qeorirul. Artn eXOlcutive corn miittce consisting of Messrs Uloomlield, Gibson, llrearton and Chisholm, was fomedtl to deal wi:h any rirleat mat ters. Mlessrs Hcury and lhen'y were -ipoin'cd drltegates to the conference. Mr St,'phlens was apploinltled Iotr. see and treas.iu...
GIPPSLAND CO OPERATIVE SELLING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
GI.PPSLANI) CO OPERATIVE SELLING CO. An application to give powor to en large the powero of this company to so extend its businasi to include in snrance canl before Mir Justica Holges in tlhe Pactice Court on Fliday, snl was by himr referred to the Full Court for counsideration. Tbo application, made on behalf of the Gippsland and Northern Co-operation Selling Co., waa for leave to alter the umemnorandonum ofl association so as to include in its obj cts thIe business of tire, matins, accident, employers liability, work tmen's compensatior, lidelit.y guarantee, third party, burglary or theft, storm, vehicle, plato glasi, live stock, and mIortgage or other investment insur. sance, or any of them, ant to transact all or any other kinds of insurance other than and except life insurance. IlThe company, it was stated in the petition to 111Io Courr, "are ori,-inolly ilicorported as the 0Gilpaland Butter Fe ories' Co-peratlive PIoduoce Asso ciation Lt I. in 1890, and it was in 1911 changed ...
DON'TS." [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
DON'TS." Don't use the eyes when they are tired or weak from flIness. Don't face the light when reading or sewing. Don't neglect to bathe the eyes before retiring, so as to remove any dust that may have gathered on the lids during the day. Don't allow a cold, raw wind to strike the eyes. Don't try to get a cilnder out of the eye by rubbing the injured orb; rub the other eye. Don't sleep too much or too little; too much sleep weakens the eyes, too litle fa tigues them. Don't wear your hair always in the same style; a change of method is beneficial to the hair, and to let it fall losely about the shoulders is an excellent plan at times. Don't follow fashion blindly in re gard to coiffure if you would have ar tlstic proportions and bring out the best expressions of the face. Don't part the hair in the middle if you are cround-faced and chubby; this only" emphasises the disc-like appearance. Don't get into the habit (quite an easy one to fall into) of frowning. It causes the face to bec...
Oh, Happy Woman! [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
Oh, Happy Womanl "You women," excinlaimed the dis . usted brotier, "simply have a glori i ous time doing nothing! M1y word, I envy you your idloness!" S'ldleness?" shrieked his pretty sis ter. X:- 'es, idleness! Oh, why-why~ why wasn't I born a woman?" I Oh, yes; you'd like to bb a wo manu!' retorted the pretty sister. "Just S try itfor a day! Fasten a blanket and -a counterpane round your legs; buckle a strap round your waist so tight you can't draw a fullbreathl or eat a hearty '"meal;: have your hair all loose anlld -fluffy so that it keeps tickling your ears and getting into your eyes; wear --high-heeled shoes, and gloves a size too small for you; cover your face with :-:a yell full of spots that makle you :: squilit; fit a huge ilhat on willth pis, so that every tiose thie wind blows it - pulls your hair out by the roots; aor --then, without any pockets, andl with' three-inch square of lace to blow your nose willh. and short sleavŽ,.. ?nd open w:.::ork stockings go for a walk o...
MARK TWAIN "DON'TS." [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
M " ARK TWAIN "DON'TS." Don't attempt to pulllnish all your ?elicnieCs at olce. You cY 1 ta do a large ]lusntiists wit h a simll ca. ital. ~cr aboult aii;tb~ci lua~u's hbsincss. A little relflshniess is somn times commendl-ble. Don't illa?ino that you can correct all the evils in the world. A\ grain of sand is not plroainnla t iln a; desert. .JDon't muourn over fancied grievan ces. Bide your time and real sorrow will come. Don't throw dust in your teacher's eycs. It will only injure the pupil. Don't imangine that everything is wealkening. ;lutter i: strong in this : market. Dol't publish your acts of charity. The Lord will kccp tile ac count straight. Don't color ileersc:anmlns for a liv 'ing. It is simply dying by ilnches.
A [?]Y SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
A P'sUCI-Y COLDIER. It htia been snai:d that Waterloo waa won on t!he tlayieng-ficlds of Eton. This, of course, r',t?,e o tile gallan try of tihe British oflicors, nliny of whom inthad bn trae bti titi by the gaines and s!pots of ilthat fa:iolls school. An illustriation of the lffict of lsuch train ing in developing a ni!i's lills anild awilld Was gi\cll at Inlierl'lilan, ill the Crimean \Var. A young oficer, who Ihad lear:acd at Eton tot tnuch fioill books. bItt a good deal from its sports, ihad hot work on that ventll night. i lis . :. goant fell at. hii side. anlid hle was slrroturltltdti by Russian foos. \Whilt going to the rar uin cli!:lrge of two stal:art I?ussi:s, tic lookied at their long c:oats, inld said to him self, "They calll't run." Watthintg his ottocrthiiy, he bowl ed over olloe so:ilier, throw anlotller, by a wrestler's tiich, ilito e tie lid, nltd toolk to his hecls. tie ra:n as if lo:ad ing an Eton footrace, alllld clearcdi a good-sized fence. Thtcn n swollen broo...
I. O. R. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
I, O. R. There was a good attendance at the nlas3t tent meeting, about 30 members being preset. The auditors reported hving indited the books of thei trnt, and found overything in goodi order, and cingranlln ntcd the sacretary and his a.sistaat on t.he neatc way in n hich tie ko ks were kept. A irsetice .ioot took planeo after thel teot i netin~, and somo tory go]d shootim n waes ecod.d, and Ihe melll haer hace every hope of Iclling tie ,hiel Ifr :a t cr e ,ar.
Cranbourne Weekly Market. Monday, 20th July. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
Oranbourne Weeely Market. Monday, 2Oth July. Garlick Bros. report that suppliens in pigs caltes and poultry showed a considerable iucrease, though not nearly equal ta the demand. Baconers, medium, from £3 to £3 los, porkers from 40 o t7o 7 lid, slips 32s 63; cltves from o10s to ?Is 3J, small do. 5h Gd to ii i:l,. Pou:try--medium roosters li O10d to 5 (61 chickens from Isl 81 to 2n 9d. Fruit and vege-' tabtles at late rates.
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
SCdR PS. On the 12th July, all thoughts re vertced to the nasty "Battle of the Boyno." On the 6tih of August next our attention will be centredl on the annual Cathlolic ball in the T'own Hall, Dindenong. I)Dopositors in the Slato Savingi inkr nare reotinled by adverctisemen that tihe iuspector (Mr R. d'E. M. R!lgwiLy) will be in attenlance at the l3an?l on Filday, 2tthl July, for the annual inopiction of pass-books. It is incnumbenlt uiIPn evoery deptositor to 'roduce lhis pa.s-book at this time. Ii our advertisiing columns Mcssrs Garlick lBros. announce that they now Iihve lthei aiigency for tile I)andenong factory's butter, lwhichll can now be obtaiutol fiom their store at wholesale rtles us l r, m rlIy Iro::u the factolry. rliis shonlId lie a great conveniencIe to country clistonirs. 'I'he balince sheet of thli I)andenong Agr.icult Url Society ha\n ee cireiu Ircted. It is news thIlt it is in a pros perous eonditiin, anil its usefulnes, incrneasing. The members subscrip tions, £81...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
Worked Wouders. I have used C mb:rtirl's CoughRlecmedY for ycars, says 1nI B E izfbcth Blingham, Kent Sr., Teneriffe, Q. O so of my sons was so bad with continroual colds that I really feared he would dvolo!op coasumption. Three Lotllles of Chamberlain's C ,ugh loemcdy worked such wonders that I am no longer anxious about him. When my grandchild had whooping cough I gave it Olmberlaia's Cough I?emedy sand it was soon free of this distressing ccm p laint . Sold by all Slorekepers and Chem' ts. I lL Acciontrs o\wino iii tIer Bailt, ten_ in by July 31 I. llate, secretar'. D \ANDENIONG Gas Co.-Tar and Coke for satle in anyi quantity at the works. (Gas stoves inserted \whether you light your rooms or net, t GGS i- ack Orpiington, Fisher-l.angdon b strain s' cttillg: Indian Runners, 51; broody Orpitilions, 5! each. II. \V. Water ho -e, Gemhlrook roit, Palecnham. 1N'L NA Nt ice for debts duoe may be Iad at the lAdvertiser oltice for o5 for 216. \IWhy pay Y51 o a lMe:bourne canvas:;er ? FO(...
MORAL REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
MORAL REFLECTIONS. The stren)gth of a lie Is in Its re~ semnblance to the truth. lThe nian who cannot forgive anlly ImorIal ]lhin? is a !reen hand in life It is everyoniie's duty to have books; , library is niot a luxury, but one of the necessarieCs of life. Cast forth thy act, thy word, into tile over-liviilg, ever-worlkinllg uiiverse; it is a seed-grainll that cannollo ie. Nothing is easier tlan fault-findiing; no (ltatlnti, iio self-ldelnitl, io Ilrains, ino charalctcr are rcequired to Oet uii ill th'vRfiri?nlllBll'H?'dllbiv'lWl1 yoll , s 1o @0, withl its opliorluitiiiities for iretParation ii;ilecteld and uniitiproved, there is iolthiiiig that cani be done to repair tlie No imalln cli help anotllher if hlie coll Flantly cees the worst in hln. Ilhis words anlld his very presence help to bring out that worst, and thereby to push him still lower. No single great dlced is comiparable for a moment to thlie Initiude of lit tle getlellcness plerforlmed by those ilwho scatter lhapliness...
WEEDS AND THEIR SUPPRESSION [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
WEEDS AND THEIR SUPPRESSION It is said that nweedls, like the poor, are alivays wilth IIus, and anyollne Ira\'el* ling thlroughl tihe country has pilenty of e hlence of this fact before his eyes. In many fieldts the dpadocks are spot ted 1\\ibl tihe )hnOXitiIS initrudlers, It soise places Iriey appear in large pat* ches, rolbbillg thIe crolps of sllnshine, lsOis ll tle anli IlOllrislie.llt. , FOr their supiressioll, thie Ioie mlast m ,us khept cunlill'l:ily at wvor, antl thie cXlellSe of the1 labor is amlply repaidtl. lIut in additilion to the lice, there are \arious iseasIlltres willh llay hIe talten to wage sui.cessfll war agai;ist the ellenmly. As ti1t ulitish Iloard of Agriculture tihlls out ill its leallet, tIle nost ob. \'ios retnedtly is to prev'cait tile seed. in: of weeds. When it is recognised that an ordinary charloek plant pIro dllctes more Ihal: 10001)1 anlt a modlerate sized Iolippy at. least 1t.00 to 15,000 secedls, the force of tile aldage that"one years seedling is ...
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market. Tuesday, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
MA&RKET' RPORTS & SALES Dandenoug Market. TuocJay, July 21. .\l1.mIon, Strttlei & Co. PIty. Ltd.. Alc. Scott &: Co, and Juoieph Cake o CO,., con. jijitly r,'port :-A hevy yarding ot n il k r, an.l '.rtn er', Ino t ,kiln. i: all rounI prices w rc nmlc L eaiio r 'x:ept for choic.: cowo', om ofI the prilcipil lotr' bin u fo lows:--Gc. K -I. to I,1 2,.G1, P. P'cLol. I at L10 5", I. An'us I tt L10 lO t., D. J. ,ourke 0 to 1. 3i . 'l rsick I ,t . 8. .1,. ThornoIl I to 1.7 1'-, (D,,. L,1hma 3 to Il! 73 0;1, 8. 11. K:.,y-2 to I 7 I2? 6J. IPo'tr lireo'., I :t L, 7t 1 I, ert EiCa I at IS 1 s iod. 1. \lsdictan I to I l I il , '. G, Kty., "2 to _G, I. uIlngtoun I it 1,10 S \V. II, Gardincr 3 to ILU 2* , F.' Kindedl 1 3t [ 5, 1 . Conr:iat I at L t 51. Sprinclta rl --D. ,J lItorke , te La 2&lt; e,. 4. Mct)onl!d 1 nt I.S, U. AnJrsn 1 at tl.i 17 , ,, \\'. IIan .n I at tI.; ,s t, J. J. 'itomon I at Ii 1a 61 3 . T. Shiels I it LGj 15, S. t oton I at IG. Storeo,...
The Harder Job. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
The Harder Job. A writer sought local cofor while in Glasgow by haunting the docks. There he fell into conversation with a bargemnll who consumed great dif flculties of liquor. "You drink a good bit of whisky, don't you?" asked the author. "Naething tae speak o'," said the other. "About how much a day?" "Oh, nae malr nor a quart." "Why," protested the author, "I couldn't drink that much water in a (lay." "An' I wadna dare try it," said the bargeman. lie: Do you think it possible for a lean to love two women? She: Not if either of them should flund out.