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CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
OHUROH NEWS. The following nre tle Init of nppointmtnls, Presbyterian Church, Cranbourno chargoe: Juy 26th, Cranbourne 11, tev J. N. Copoot North Oarltoc. August 2, S3uth Lynthur.t II, Cardinita 3, Oranbourne~ 7, Rev Frank u!chcers. August '. Craunbourno 11, South Lyndhurst 3, Lyndhurst 7.30, Rev Frank Butchers, August 1;, Ciaubourue it, Csr dinia 3, Craubourne 7, Rev Frank Butchurs. August 23, Cranbouruo 11, South Lyndhurl 7, Itcv Iank Butchers. August 30,Cran. bourne 11, Cardtiuta 3, CrOunbourune 7, Rev 1 Frank utchebrs. S Presbyterlan, Dandenong--ti a.m., Commnu. Sniou; 7 p.m., " In memoriam" (MJr Young.) I'akcnham Church of Christ, next Sunday. S-M'orning worship, 11; evening, Gospel, 7. Preacher, Mr Joseph Pittmtuan,
SHIRE OF DANDENONG. Rapid Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
SI[lRE OF DANDENONG. Rapid Progreoss, Dring tihe past ten yeara the Shire cf Daotuno:ig made rapid progreea, an I, judg. iuig by tile pretent outlook. further progree elou i asiured,. T'he while trend of the aur. plus population oi Melblourne and tuburba is extelndig south of thu Yarra, and the trunk lines cf railvways are feeding up the ha:lllO1.s alnd towns on tho way, and )aaode nong t:eing a umarket town, whlh a decidted aset int thu Soutlh Iiding, wthere the beauti. ful se:r beach draws Ihundreitds of Ihousands of ptoile a year, goes to attract people to tihe Shire of 'Dandeoong," the native name acting as a magnet to thone i r EirAch of a healthy, genial, even climate. The follow Ing figure, presentedt by the seceretary, Mr Kennetlh U. McAlpine, tol tie conucl mient lou on Monday are interestirng reading . Year. Receipts. Expenditu:c. Total. 1030 sd.3313 L,73ii kt,039 . 1907 . 802 4 261 9,018 11?O 5 1;0 5.035 10,035 1909 4 SS .,101 9,659 t0 :5.3:137 5.090 11 l3 191t ,7.38 :,31...
ALWAYS RETAIN A HUSBAND'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
ALWAYS RETAIN A HUSBAND'S LOVE. We kInow It is easy enough to win an husband. Almost any attractive lit tle nmailen with a bright eye and coax ing voice, can gather in a husband but it is more dilllcult to retain his love. The great di!llculty is to draw out his true nobility and secure it at home. If the wife only understands her business she can do this. Most men like to be loved andti soothed. There is somuething in the man's great, rough, earnest nature that can be won quicker and easier with gentleness than by the logic of the broomnhandle. We have seen a girl iwho unlderstood her business take a man and lead himnt through life in such a way that he wouldn't know but that he was man nglng her. So pIerfect was the delu sion that, when she asked him to bring In a scuttle of coal, he alhays went, and he felt as though he counted it a mark of special favor thlat a poor un worthy creature like himiself should be allowed to do so. We cannot exactly describe this magIc power of a devo...
DO "ONLY" DAUGHTERS MAKE GOOD WIVES? [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
. DO "ONLY" DAUGHTERS MAKE GOOD WIVES? In the strenuous rush and whirl of modern life, the only daughter is very often overloohed or passed by \with Contemptt. ler quiet civilronlnlit has made her shy and sensitive, and her sterling qualities are concealed within n shell s t reserve. Ordinary atIclallt nnces assert that she is slow and siu pid; but her few real friends declare lnat she is charmiing. The only daughter, as a iule, is the companioi n and friend of iher liOtIIer', and thile nmature ecxperienlce cf the lat ter innculaites a seilse of s.! ,nlllpathy and loving-l;lndness the yollener mind that stand her in good siead whein she is called upon to fa.ce lilts battles in a home of her own. Then, too, an only daughter Is usu nally domesticated. ller ilmother hasl sutlicient leisure to teach her little iii tricate details of housekeeping, as well as the art of cooking; ndl. as tiice goes on, she very often is delightcd to undertahte the householld llmanagellent entirely. She :ne...
VALUE OF A WIFE'S SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
VALUE OF A WIFE'S SYMPATHY. No man ever proslpered ill tle world vlthout the cooperation of hIis wife. It she unites in mutlual endeavors, or rewards his labors with an entlearing Bmile, with what confidence will be resort to his occupatlion, lmeect dilti culty, and encouttter tfattngor it he : knows thlat Ie is not settndintg his strength it vain, but that his labor will be rewarded by tlhe swecls of Ihome! Solicitude andl disatoinltntll enter Sw-'~~Tsii't'thalfr:prvided for his voyage wlho finds an associate only for htaltr hours, while for his months of dot I ness anti distress no syumpatlismtg partner is prepared.
THE HOME CIRCLE WHAT MEN LIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
: '- THE HOME CIRCLE ?l?J WHAT MEN LIKE. 'I bright woman writes and asks If, we will tell her what are some of the principal qualities in women which most attract men. We think tihe word attrac is not correctly used by our corresphndent, if she will allow us to say so, for often the things in women that attract men are ipossessions of doubtful value in any woiman. What attracts a imain is one thing; 3Vhat will bhold him andi comlnnand his respect is quite another. A woman's smile, for enxample, at tracts a man, but an eveu temlper re tains him. A pretty gown attlracts a man; the knowledge that it was inexpensive de lights him. A pleasant manner attracts a man; brightness of brain holds him. A respect for the religious belief of every human being iattralcts a man; Irreverence in women is to him aboii Inable. An consideration for hi.s comfort at tracts n man; a continuation of this Dakees hlii yollr mlnost hiumnble slave. A chat in which t here is no malice attracts a mnan; ncither se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
G?roup and Whooping Cough I use ! Chamberlain'a Couh IRemedy when my ehl!d:en, Andrew and leulah were at tacked with croup and whooping cough, writes MIrs C, Collie, LHatton Street, South Broken hill, N.S.W. I have never found a better medicine for these complaints and give it to my children with the greatest confi. dence, I have no hesitation in recommend. ing it to evcryone. Sold by all Storckeepcrs *nd Chemist.s, Worked Wonders. I have used Cambnrerlain's Cough Remedy for years, elys sMrs ]lEllzaboth Bingham, Kernt St., Tonerille, Q. One of my sons was so bad with coutnuaul colds that I really feared hn would develop consumrtionu. Three bottles of ChambCerlaiu's Cjugh Remedy worked such wondcrs that I am no longer anxious about himl. When my grandchild lhad whooping cough I gave it Cambcrlaln's Cough Remedy and it was scon free of this distressing com. plaint. Sold by all Store?eepers and Ohem. ists. ANDENONG Methodist Cricket Cloub. --All interested in the above are askled to be...
CATHOLIC BALL [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
OATHOLIC BALL The plain and faucy drcss ball, to be held Ia the Town Ilnll, Dandenoup, on Thursday night neat, August Gth, promises to be moat enjoyable. The hall is to bo elaborately de porated, Eome comic characters are to appear, Sand the fancy dreEses should make an attrac tive picture. A flashlight photo, will be taken. aSpper will be servcl at a buffet, and refreshments may be had all night while the dance will continue. The bho, secretary Cxpects 100 couples, and has naraised ac cordingly. ___
A Valuable Asset. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
A Vnluablo Asset. Many y',ar. aga-.n.away b:.:k in tha '70' prIob:ii:y, :he pioneers in the i ouath Hiding had n piece of lanl soma six acres in extcnt, i;uxtei on Ch~ndlet' rtold, Kenlyborouglr, rotirved, as a rnecrction site. It certaiuly was aot secu:co.l as a wa:ter reservre, as in thons days Carrum SGwvramp was a huge lake, arl there wIs very Ii'tlO dry groand visible. Tho forethought of the o!il c,,anncilore ap pears t. hawv brought forth good fru:t. At the Doaudenog Shire Conocil moeting on Monjday Cr Grorves prolduced sveral samples of bluestone discorvered In thIe reserve iau lucstion, andl it i? ai.l there in a large bo:y of stone in cinht. It wcs rhciledl to experl L2 5 in develolin - a qI.rny, and shcuM anlx ~ectationns e tuli'lte!, a valuable osct wi;i b adidd, not onlyi to the South lItidin, nhich is devoid of alone, hut also to tre !oaer portin of rthie Centrn Ri.tiig right down t tthe 3lorabltin bon.dary. In tha making of the roadi from the Snuth Riding leanding to D...
PHILLIP ISLAND & WOOLAMA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
PHILLIP ISLAND & WOOLAMA SHIRE COUNCIL. lIcvioln Court heli at San Remo on Tucs dayv 21' July. 1014. tc slut-CUir Sitenholcdt, Nowlan, Ila.ld, WIV:ker, 11c3ianth, Piiy, Holliun, L.loyd, mletr'e, Pixon autl Mlcllwraith. Ihe s'f.retarTy H lubmittcJl the vlterS' litla for thl f mr rihin:s of the shire, which were acco,?,'! ils rcc!. ('r llllii rnuecl tht atth ' f,:il wing r-emce be insertti in the vter; ' liAts for tli h 'ow ljtt liini :--.M:cchal Ruttl, two vAttg, Julln Ei]ulullllcibon, no10 vite, 'Thomar liyttiu one vote', Sccoud',d by Cr Lloyd anl cro liiI. Thi - vc.crs' lioti were then siugnel n- rc visl wnad fund c"o rece, on the mcotion o' CiR Mcll Icrrith and Nowlnl 'lih li?r vi.ion ('cor lrt thIwni clu-cl. Or,!iniary Malel'i. crelt~ clt-acn nc 01e oucillors cic acicvc. Cr Stccnhu?l. t vras a1pp1ointed chliirmau on tho mo[ti'n of Cis Dixam acil Wilker. 11The rn e. a ite of t)ie previ cn , mc etin' Icp 's of whiicL 'eaci h cirtllvi or r rici. ivc d, w-rel cceipte-d l o re...
Cranbourne Weekly Market. Monday, 27th July. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
Cranbourne Weekly Market. MIood ly, 27tli July, 3fessrs Garlick Bros. report an improved osur. ply of pig., calves nod f'owle, wit I, ricor fairly wtell maznoined thlrooghout. Jtdiam l wooele from £3 t, £3 tA, porkers f:om 3;7s to .11h rd, suckers from 17o to lls :3l. Clorc woere in otrong demaod nud prices firm. \WV: candl tioned littlo sold readily at frotm 10s tolls. others from :l 9l to 95. 'Onl'try-Gobbtler molium, 10l each, hens from s 2d. to 4IsSJ' yooog roostero flora 2.7d to da 9d. Fruit an?d vagetabklcs fairly rscarco at late rates.
DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, 29th July. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
DANDENONG SHIRE COUNOIL Monday, 29th July. Prcscnt--Ora llarria (PresldeOn), Groves, .1[an, McQtaaIC, Abbott, Colesos, Audsley, lurtlen, L'earRonn 'I'ho Irle alut referrcrl to the fact that since the loast meeling their laIte trneasurer heil pusnet away, nud hc moved thot the action of the shire secretary iu seuding a letter ot coon tlolco to the bereaved family of the htte 1M Young 1)3 approve1 .of.-S? conded by Cr (lonea au~ndl crnrrict. RLVISION COUrT. The council sat as a revision c(url, when the secretary preseoted the votors' liats for the coveral ridings of the shire, which wore taminedot reviset and tiually pasnkd. ORDINAILY Ml.ET1NG. 'tIN~ANCt. Accounts were plasi i ai n follows--Oenoral L:lOit 0* 1.1; Loan No. 12., L13 19s G1; Lau No, 1:3, iL:1533, 'lotl, 13129 So 10J. From Comumonwealth Banuk. r loans to tmunicipalities-On miction of urs Oroves anti ColeusO, left in the hands of Presldnt nod SecretOry to arrange for lonne if nccere ilt m Country Roads Board, itimtattog th...
MACHIGAN M'NABB'S KENTUCKY RIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
MACHICAN M'NABB'S KENTUCKY RIVAL o Fountain For Bobbit, tho Representative of Lincoln County in the Kentucky Legisla. ture, is the brightest, most famous and most popular law.maker in that State. He is about 40 years old, of slender figure i has a reddish-brown moustache, with lines of gray, which droops over a mouth that lacks firm ness, and passes into a frowsy beard that clothes, and through the meshes of his beard one can see a narrow piece of tape crossed the collar of his cotton shirb and pinned to. gether for a necktie. Bobbit at home is a lawyer, and many are the stories told of his speeches in the court houses. To show his shrewdness and his in sight of human nature an extract from a speech made in a felony ease, in which one of the defendants turned State's ovidence, will sufllce : " Now, MIr. Sears (one of the jury), I have known you for manny a long year. I haoc etayed at your house a many a night. I have feasted at your bounteous board and reposed upon your soft beds of...
"THE ARCADIANS." [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
" THE ARCADIANS." The members and and visitors to the abo0e Aeslmb;y, ahich ih Itld triweekly in the Town !lir, D'ndedong, had a pleasant tone on Thurnday night of hat a ehk, when there was a good attendance and excel!ent dancing. 'The next social will be held on Thureday, Auguet la, ThIe annual plain and fancy dress ball will be held on Thurday, Sept. 3, and prlmiscs to be equal to itos predecessors, which were most nll joyable. El:viuton' Quantrte 1ard has been ongagel. Valuable przes for single charactecrd aond lancy seot will b- give:n, and a large gather ing is anticilpated. No nflort wiil be spared to make the b:all a ucccso.
ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
ENGINEE1'S REPORT. At the DUindnong Council meeting held on Monday, Mr It. II. Woadcock, the shire engincer reported as follow :-The following quantity of met1l has been crushed ansotd dis tributed. The traction engine and wagons hbnve pread 31S cubic yards of metal and eclescings on Brichton, 2- cubic on Stud road, 34 cubic yards on Mclb urne road, 18 cubic vards at market frontage. The drays have distributel 12:3 yards on lUcntherton loan work and 90 yards on Stud road. Dur ing the next week 50 yards will bW put on the Gladstone road, North Itiding-l bave had the West bonn dary road re-rolled, and with a little wet weather it should act well. homc of the pitchers are to band at Spring vale, and the work of pitching will be put in hand straiclht awany. As I canot get noy dtfilte reply from the tailhsoy depoltment re lurnard's cross iong., I have oent an assistant in to-dvay to lnterview the Chief Engineer of Ways, asi that something can he done one way or the othrer, The whole of t...
HUNTING. THE MELBOURNE HOUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 July 1914
H-UNTINGC. Ct TIte tIKLIOUtINE I tOUNDe S Tho mecombers of the Moelbourne IIunt Club nekek all the other club toembhre to join them in their meot at CTlyde on We dneday a tht noon. Aeonfget tlhtr visltors were tile muetero of the Oaklandsl Hounds ([r C. EI lIobsou ) of the Findon IGarlierse (Mr Itultet Mi?ler) and of the Yarra Glen and Lilydale (Mr F. 1. 1ith The members of the Melbourne Hunt Club journeyed to Borwick on Saturday by special train, ud lspent aother enjoyable day with the btootl1. From the huntarnn'a point of riew it as expcbted it1at the day wotld be a trifle on the atnrm tide for good sport, but fortrtnately, tiffs won not eo, for the hounds rorked admirablSy. Toecaaslcade took a son th erly ctrae doon thul erwick road for abourt thre umiles before trying sevreral nlargo coers of tea-tree owned by Mhr Ilarrieo buat withount eavil. Next eoma more tea-Iree in Ir Wil -mott's wa tried, with the reeut that sport weas nextpoit o ineres wa a ich bsan. r,5hdg inr Ililbrick'...
SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 6 August 1914
SHIRE ELECTIONS. It will be seen by the several ad vertisement from municipalities that the annual elections have been fixed for August 27th, and Thursday next, August 13 has been fixed as nomina tion day. In many of the iidir.gs of the respective shires ihere will nut be any contest.. while ia others str n uons opposition is f.rtheoniin,,. Fern Tree Gully Shire. In the South Riding Cr U. Lyones has decided not to again offur his ser vices to the ratepayers, and in our advertising columns Mr Charles E. Taylor, ' Thoe Leaseowes," Lysterfiell, announces himself as a candidate. Cr Lyones is an old and attentive public servact, and be will be missed, but Mr Taylor has large vested interests in Victoria and Neow South Wales, and no doubt he will be well able to conserve the interests of the ratepayers of Fern Tree Gully. BerwFick. Cr Csrney is t!he retiring councillor for lons IRiding, cnd ne understand Iheo is likely to meet with opposition. Cr Casn.y has been in the conncil a good many...