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DANDENONG POLICE COURT Tuesday, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
DANDENONG POLICE COURT Tuestlay, July :1. Beforo Mlesrs Ilanrris, P M., H aM. altherland, A. W. Pearson, U. A. Lousada, .1. Ahbott, I). Tafylor, .I's.P. LI.I'NSING tt'o')U . J trues Stephenson applied for a termpilrary licence for theIC Sandown Park races on \Wedonesday, August .i, which was ermnted. Julia Faulkner app!ied for a tr.ansfer of thei licence of the 3o~rlder Hlotel. tlerwiek, front John 'Triardo. Mrs Faulkner dep'sed that she was the owner of on hotel property, n:d had hid considera,?le exp'riene,' in h, tel keeping. The h er:e ant premnises mvetre in good order and c ,ndi:ion, The transfer was~ g?anteld. Poll?'I: l.'Ortr. * Smith v-. \Valters.-S-Summon n t served. Struck tut. Alex. S?ott & Co. v. Jort,.--Srln aionus not ser.ved. Strnek en'. Alex. Scott &e Cr v. !e'dheirm. Goads rnd clrhattels sold, ,3:3 Os Gd No appearanee oi defendaut. Ordor for iamount, with 385 cnsts. Urtor, with 15s costs.
Meeniyan Market. Monday, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
Meeniyan Market. MouJay, Jtly 20. Adaomon. Strettle & Co. PLy. Lot. report.- Abollt 200 head of catt'e yarded; forward eptiagers £3 1Oa to to£, bckward cows to £5 12S 60J, a line of 17 backward cons at £1 15, fleshy cattle £1 tOs to £;,. store cows £3 t> £3 Is cid, 18 months old heifers to 50t, S.yeat-old rteers to £3:, ploddies to 253.. p'g .-Sows at £3 Is (Id, yotkers to .13.
Pakenham Market. Thursday, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
Pakenham Market. Thurtolay, Jo y 18. Adamsron, S:rettle & C',. Pt'. Ltd, report yardig 220 hco.l of cattle to a good attendance of buyler, aol ~e tie l rouiholl~t. AeeotlL M[r .A. J. Stuibt?al, .Y.U. 73 ballocks at £; 15r, forward springers £,; 2 to £7 10,, hftk ward opringer. £3 10o to £,i 2t td, Jtshy btl locks to £0, fl:hey cows £, 10O, store con' to £3 17o 6O, l1 to 18 monthfs hoifers Ifs to 6ms.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
SPORTING. Nylsand, who ton a rnce at fando rn Park on Frihky last has been sold for £300, and eoas to Wi'stralia, but will remain in Mr P. T. Ileywood's stable sntil he is shipped. At the, poslponed Sandown Park meeting on Theis.ay Mr P. T'. Ileywood ceptured the Scosd Division lIaldicsp witih N'yi n., who is 3wned hby th Ande!osia syaldiea:e. He is a 3-yecr-c!d ge'dine by Ea?c'i-tt. Pons, and Cost -I0 Ct. an, n Ca earline, and carried p.7. IThe triuc waee i " for the ix furlona, but th g, inc ", cv y'r heavy. Jack \Wason, io thas.m: star' l, tut nrt in thesarume interest, Jid not lshape wctl in the Brush Steiple, Tho Orlhi:h Pithk rtalsho lale a s'plnali showingat the A.T. e. meetin ; at :r fti ,I on Saturd:ay, and i r P. r. Ileywondi (in c n .illnCtion withl hi, ptrIts, ?Ir J. aiMii, Ia Muffra), tss rot f,,r ofi d, iry lh. hlt tr:eck. Capintesti Ra sa l.t out favoritti at I t, for the lturd:e itce, attd :li son -I Tw Ioquisitor-Silr: na (tritr.el an-I riblten hy Fred Bunt hit Mt M...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
PERSON AL. The President of tile Shiro of Fern Tree Gully, Cr Collier, has teea ailing for some time and a couple of meet inogs ago he had to leave the Council table and go home. He attenled the recent meeting, but was not feeling too welland he intends to take a trip to Queensland to see one of his sans, and no doubt the voyage and the meeting of his boy will go a long way towards setting him up again. Cr Collier has been a long time in harneass-acnarly 40 years-as councillor for Berwick Nunawading and Fern Tree Gully, and it is time he had a pleasure trip. Cr W, Rain, of the CollingwoJd City Council, and Dandenong Shiro Council has been confined to his room with a severo attack of icflueuzae, and has to be very careful durinig theo pesent try weather. \Ve hope to see him at the Dandenong Council meeting on Meon (lay. Or William Clore, of the Borwick Shiro Council, announces that he will again be It candidate for a seat for the Pakenham itidirg in August next1 Cr Close hls been a "...
HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
HUNTING. The Melbourne HIounds viited Dan lenonog on Siturday, the meet being at the railway station. It wrs pleosirg to see Ih1 large cavalcade ef local people, who greeted the " led coats," and the'gathering wras iquito an imposing one, and was over hbalt a mirle long, vehicles of all desec!ptione following thos 0on horseback, ntd a move 'was made for Lyndburst, and the ' throw off" took place in Mr Short's paddock. This was dralwV blank, and a move mlde to Bolch's, where a foi was unearthed and a emart run was put in, During the afternoon eviral good rmun wero seenred Ithrouch Orev,,', Tomlin';, Cime.', 'nipe'r and Short's. w!th a loik in at IeIod'l', ian, thon t tihe rlyndburst rail·wy sratin,, where r firevlhmonts were pir:?akee :f. Amorngt thise at the meet I n ,'ic h: Mis? R,,i free on C,ntinuincr., irc Ph'ilip oii l)an O' lcore. MJo l(;r-ce Phi:lips on D'ly, Miiis Fiieimmo ns on Sedrick, Miss Kirkhlom on Grey \vagje , Mi K .1cCellock ,'i Bay E Igle, Mr G. Lnlda'e oin Petrol,...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
FOOTBALL. Dandeoong v.- 8p-ine.~],'. - Sprinv.ole m L. Dandeone ou n turt.ra, an I t h,. vioitor hsd a gool fal'oming. wbho emn by rtil 'n I road, and the team and thebir f ,1i01r: O ,r fairly emfienr, ath n;eh they rerOOi:gn0d th?.b ct Lhat oandenoag hsd nJ fI r o';y surffred one dtfeit--that at th hlan n of 1-rwickot the Bierwiet Fround---hen it OI' admittel the we tler conlditions 'ere il aglist good d- bhat- footblli. ltolh te rIn entered tho are:is late, the vi'ijtors t kino p-ecedenec, qitekly fol! Lved by thb IAr' bloues The V'lers rwer IOU t the hebvoi and more mousu!ar telm buot t?he tDaunli looked lihb aoal wiry. an whSo n tile" I ilto the rinog clporerd hbab. lik y u:I kitten'. Spri:crlae won the tI,, an I 1:k, who mOen, electe I , kick :iawr.s the 0 -t. It was a beaut:f i c.;I aftc n 1.1, wi i ,1 bright son Alioi., yu thl e otly alvann't e was that Il had the rI a b n t'Lir ak1, hbice waO counter balance.I in a dc;.:ee iy the fact tho: tho gnuCi hit l a sI;. fall to thew...
UPPER BEACONSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
UPPER BEACONSFIELD. The new road from Officer to Bea- consfield Upper is now well in hand. For about two and a half miles at the Officer end the road has been fully formed, and the upper portion as far as Flanagan's Track, is being rapidly completed by means of a steam plough worked by a team of horses. Blasting operations at the Beaconsfield end are in full swing all along the granite range. The Rev. Dr. and Mrs Adency have been spending a few days with Mr and and Mrs P. R. Hurditcb, at "Pen Bryn." The visitors were much in- terested in observing the Australian birds, and in watching clearing opera- tions by means of blasting, and the ploughing of virgin soil.
CARMODY—KEIGHERY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 July 1914
CARMODY-KEIGHERY. St. Agatha's Roman Catholic Church,h, Cran &nbsp; bourne,was the scene of a very pretty wedding &nbsp; on Tuesday, June 30th. when Miss Margaret Keighery, third daughter of Mr John Keighery, of Cranbourne, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony in Mr Thomas Carmody, of "Lily" Park,Leongatha. The church was tastefully decorated by Miss Nurse. The Rev. Father Gleeson performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attended by three bridesmaids--Miss M. Carmody (sister &nbsp; of bridegroom), and Misses V. Savage and W. Torcbie (cousin and niece of bride). The brides- maids were attired in white embroidered voile, mob caps, and carried boquets of pale pink roses and maiden hair fern. The bride wore handsome dress of white embroidered crepe de chene with veil arranged in mob cap, and carried a boquet of white roses,orchids and mai- den hair fern (a gift of the bridegroom). Mr M. J. Carmody acted as best man, and Mr J. ...
John's Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
John's Advice. There is a wealthy trader who re cently received an invitation for him self and his wife to spend a week-end, with a well-known peer. At breakfast on the morning fol lowing their arrival at the ancestral castle, Mrs. Noveau Riche, in trying to chip off the top of an egg with her knife, exercised so much strength that the egg was knocked out of the cup and rolled under the table. Not knowing the correct thing to do in such circumstances, she appealed to her husband. "John," slo whispered, "I have dropped an egg. What am I to do?" "Whatever you do, don't cackle," replied the matter-of-fact John. "The Magazine with the Largest Circulation" Is the heading of "The Storyteller" for August. To obtain this high position among the magn zines the conltents must have been first-class all the time. The August number just to hand is certainly very fine. Among the contributors are Frank Danby, Flora Annieo Steele, Coulson Kernahan, Talbot Munday, I.A.R. Wyllie, and othllers, and a ...
A FOUNTAIN-PEN TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
A FOUNTAIN-PEN TREE. Though by no means new discover ies, there are several most extraor dinary trees, the curious properties of which are not very widely known. Among these may be mentioned the tlhunder-tree, the wind-tree, the rain tree, and the ink-tree. Tth first of these is found in Ari zona. It is a kind of natural phono graph; its leaves collect and concen trate the faintest sounds, and give them out in a succession of loud thumps and boomlngs. A most inter esting effect can bhe produced by whistling close to the branches of the thunder-tree. Tue wind-tree is also a native of the United States. The leaves of this tree catch and retain currents of air, later throwing them forth again with great strength, thus con verting the tree into a sort of huge natural fan. The ralntree is a useful feature of the vegetation of many dry regions in South America. It gathers and condenses the moisture in the air, and exudes this moisture through its trunk and branches. One tree is said to be...
Dandenong Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
Danndenoung Horae Salo. Adamron., Strett'e & C.. Prop. LtW. report yardiorn 104 horsc nr po it0l s to a fair :ttrend .riceof btycrr . Silcs o!rorl d OuK;ngt, blt improvedr too.orr titO flirlh. [ Fa'1,3, 1.) ald, I Iruc' med:uln Frotgi t frto L3 T:o L33 ItCs, agird drau-c f LT to 1,2), l,:10rr hoLrao from L21 to L2I lOt, lioogv b: s:s LTO lOt to LI[ 10, hicks front L7 T LIO 10. 31r W. A. Brnolttt'r t:rck ,f Ironies frrto L its to ponies from Lri O3 to L13, small ponies L5 to L9.
Deceptive Appearances. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
Deceptive Appearances. Another of the traveller's tales was about a merchant who had a sick wife. ile was greatly concerned about her, and desiring to have none but the best advice, he consulted a wise man. "Where shall I find a good doctor for my wife?" he asked. "There are many doctors in Bag dad," replied the wise man, "and I cannot tell you which of them is the best. But you can go to each of those doctors in turn, and I shall give you the power to see round about them the spirits of all their patients \ho have died." The merchant thanked the wise man, and armed with this wonderful power he set off on a tour of the doc tors. He was horrified at what he saw. Some had only a hundred or so ghosts hovering about them, but some had thousands, and some old ones seemed to have passed their entire lives killing people. But at last he found one dtoctor who had only one ghost in attendance. "Ah! this is the best doctor I have yet seen!" thought the merchant. And loud he said: "I have soug...
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market. Tuesday, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenon Mlarkot. S'ruC?day,. July 28. Adiaeon, Strdtle & Co. Pty. Ltd., Alex I Scott & Co., and Joseph Clarko & Co., con-l joitly report :--Dairy Canttle-A fair ouy. ply of milkers and sprintLcr, but tbo dc inod was not io k on and prices generally raihers-ier. lItest mnilkers LS 10 anod LI0 10*, ixtra to ,11 1 5i , .ool 1.7 to IS 1 , ottltra Irom L5 101; belt springers to It extt:i to Lo0 tlo. The followinr wero the prirrip l Ihts :-- ,ilkers- ,lteo t:s ., McGrath I a t t1 1 . 12 ? t;I, J . Il . T 'a rte r Son: :1 3 o LI 1 , 1 1 G. 0Gmsle 2 to L10 15t. I. EtIrn 2 to Li0 151, Sclmnn 1rhO, I at. L 15S, F. Eitnruldcl t4 t> I 910, W. II~Hay ??y2to 1,95, t'roupe Itos 3 to 1,1 it. liallinnu 4 to 1.8 17 61. Sprln: cr--31etirt Brough Smyth 10 to L10 i1i. Parry irot 0 to L., A. Anru i6 to 1, W. [fro inti id 2 to L t 1 14, ". (,. torri:an 4 to L 7 17 I i. G L ho i:npin . cow . ti Lt3 7S 6l1 o fore cowo to t.:t 13, poditia 2l1to 3d, P...
Justice Was Done. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
Justice Was Done. A third of these Persian stories is rather quaint, and runs something after the manner of "The H-ouse that Jack Built." A robber had climbed up to the first-floor wiidow of a rich mer +s+'Oo:. \~tIif;' n,?t- .dn Aud from the rich merchant, for as I was climbing in at his window it fell and I am sorely wounded." The Judge sent for the merchant and asked him what hlie meant by hav ing such rickety windows, and the merchant said: "It is not my fault, it is the fault of the builder." So the builder was sent for and ex amined. "It is not my fault," he said, "for as I was building the window a maiden passed below me in the street, and I saw that she was wearing a robe of a very beautiful color. I was so amazed at the beauty of it that I ne glected my work and built the win dow badly. It is the fault of the maiden." "No, truly," said the maiden when she was confronted with the build or. "It cannot be my fault. It is the fault of the man who dyed the robe." So tile dyer wa...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
FOOTBALL, weak team, and mot the local boys, who were in strong force, and a hard, fast, and unduly rough game resulted in favor of the OCran bourno team, the final scores boing--Cra.n bourno 6 goals I behinde, Cl3)d , 5 goals 7 be hinds. Those who did beat for the winsera were B. Gaskill, T. Gaborit, N. Gaskill. t. Jones, 8. Major, \Y. Jackson, and tG tabartt; while the OCido team were best served by J, Ward, J. eeney, it, Craddocke G Ohurchlll T'. IIardy, and A. Lighton. Stafford um pired tie game, and his work In this respect caused general disslatisfacton right through. It is a shame that country clubs have to submit to asuch jastice as that dealt out to these two clubs on daturdav, and I think the sooner the matter of umpiring is taken nto hand by the responsible body the better it will be for clubs, players, and all concerned. The football match between Cor Lynn and the locals No. 2 was rather a one-sided game, as the former won by a good majority. Young Churchmen's Club.-A te...