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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Tuesday, August 12. Before Mr Lousada, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
DAN?DENONG POLICE COURT Tuesday, August 12, DBefore Mr Lousada, J.P. Joseph Deane, cf Victorian Railway De. pastment, '. F. GaOnfIfsey.--'hargei under sec. 33 of Railways Act. R, . Riley depoeod: On 12th May he was checkiog the train tickets between Daundenoung and Lyndhurst, and found de fndant travelling in a fls': olass carriage on a second clabs ticket, Fined 20s with 7s G6 costs. Same v. Same.--Travelliog on the Gipps. laud line from Trofalgar without a ticket. James Walsh. railway guard at WVarragul, deposed C: i1 2ittl April saw defendant in the Lan, anRd he said he was going from Traf lgor to Malvern ; he had no ticket. W f.1. Ienad, uitht wrtchman at Fltnders street, said he saw Oaffacy at the station, anti he said the ofiialis at Trafalgar had taken the ticket from him and he was unable to pay the fa-r. Gtorge Albert DGndo, Flinder. street, ourroborated the evidence of prLvious wit nes.;did nt collect any ticket or fare from him. Fined £2, with £1 31 6d coats. Same v. Will...
THE DIARY OF A BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
THE DIARY OF A BABY. Yelled fifteen minutes without tak ing breath. Pulled enough hair from his uncle's head and whiskers to stuff a pillow. Swallowed six buttons and a good part of a reel of cotton. Emptied the contents of his moth er's work-basket into the fireplace. Tried to squeeze the head of a cat into a tin cup and was scratched In the attempt. Knocked the head off a fine wax doll belonging to his eldest sister by trying to drive a tack into a toy wag gon with it Broke two panes of glass with a walking stick which his uncle let him have. Fell into the coal scuttle and spoil ed his new white dress. Set fire to the carpet while his uncle was out of the room hunting up something to amuse him. Got twisted into the rungs of a chair, which had to be broken to get him out. Poured a jugful of water into his mother's best shoes. Finally, when he saw his mother coming, he ran out to the porch and tumbled off the steps, damaging his little person and tearing a hole a foot slare in his d...
PAKENHAM R.C. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
PAK(ENHAhi R.u. BALL. • .". Or ?FJ daW arrolag -las?b:fth?Onthollo b,?l at Pakeoham ptssad tif with itsa eustomary b.illiarnce and support. Mr IV. Mason put all his energy and enthusiasm into prelimi. n nry arrangements to mnake it a succes, God Save the KiLng being sung at the open In?. Excolleat music was discourased. Full justico was done to tho dllclouo hbomo-made dopper, arraged by ,Miss Ilunt, Miss Ail. lane and Miss Doherty. Amongst those present were Miss P'ater noester, 'hits rmbroidered muslin i Mlise \Vills, white embroi itred muslin, cerise bolt i bMist Bo)ll, apricot sik, cremo lace overdress Mliss Fenn:ll, cream silk Miss Ivy s t\Vobtr, white 'nbroldie:e musln; Mlss IIailes, while st k; Miss Jean Ohishrolm, pale blue voile overdress, silver tinsel: Miss Curis, cream silk , M'sas Hayes, white volle; Miss Mlason, paile blue silk, striped voic ; Mrs Il'eler, cimpsgno irhi emuoroidered voiloe; Miss 1i. VebtLer, whilo voilO. guipure trim mings , ioss Cahir, ,hits gulpre i.c...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
PERSONAL. The friends of Mr. Hayes, manager of tlio Colonial Bank, Loch, will regret to leamn that hle has been transferred to tho Dandononong branch, (says tho Ex press.) MAr. Hayes is a rwell-known identity in tiis district, having cnme to Locl when tihe branch of the bank was first opened ebmo 13 years ago. Ills successor is Mr. McPherson of Won tlhragi. Mr, John Bellett, an old resident of Hawthorn, extending over a period of 6t years, died recently. Ho arrived at Port Phillip in the Duke of iNorthum berland, in 1851. Mr. B?llott, of 'Grass more, Dandenong, was a nephew of the old gentleman. It is rumoured that Mr. McDougall, the seleceod Labor Candidate for Flin dors, proposes to take action against certain persons in Danudeuoug for al ledged libel. It is generally admitted that the B C. Ball held in the Town Hall, Dando nong, on Thursdey night last, was tio bestr attended function of the kind over held in the hall, thare being 125 couples prosent, and tihe hall was far too sma...
CLAYTON RECREATION GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
CLAYTON REOREATION GROUND. ABt a SPecial mooting of the Mul grave Shire Council, held on duly 27, Cr McLorinan moved that the council tate notion to naquiro a recreation ro serveat Clayton. He said that the progress association had been looking for a suitable site, and, had decided on a block on the south side of the railway lier, 100 yards from Claytoonroad, and eventually decided to purchae scame. They cunvessed tho distriot for cubsnrip lions, and as a result had cash in hand amounting to £100. A deposit of £50 hlad been paid, and tbo balance was payable in threoe ionhlis' time. They were now prepared to hand orer their right and tiile to the council. Or McLorinsn thought it the duty of overy council to control its public re series, as they were the proper authiori ties to let the grounds for sport and other purposos, and they could unuke their charges accordiugly. The pro position iiiade by the progress asoocia tilon sas to hand over the land and £100. ' hey expected to get £200...
DANDENONG BACON FACTORY. Meeting at Kongwak. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
DAN?DENONG BACON FACTORi. Meeting at Kongwak. On. MonJco of.ln·trook nmoeogn0 ot tOO onwlrtk oormlctteea ot tht Glppflaod Co. operative Bacon Factory Company war hold In the K eongwak fall, Mr F. J. Scott. ocupied the chair, ad thorn wore sl e nrer?nt Meatre Dowu}, TUlloch, AL.can, Browonleo, R. 10. Scott, Johnstoaone and Wlliame. A long din cumbsion toor pince d bollne with the fIctory'd. position and the best way of randeti-ig as. elitanee. All present rpcognieo the need andr the mwisdom of giving t tal c.lcartedt support, and wit this enad in view it woa de. cidcd to call a mectiog of tbo whole of thbe distrlct farmera and thtoe, intocsoled for \ueuot 17tb, and to nsk the chaiorman or one of the directors of the bacon factory to ad dross the meeting. It wae also decided in nsk the district press to give its snoport to ihe moemonle by writing and publishing rtilcles from time to time chewing the bhe.c It of ucited action on the port of farmers in the disposal of their prodoce.
INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
INSOLVENT. Dick Poole, of Yannathno contract. or. Causes of insolvency-Losoa on conltracts, bad debts, inability to work owing to eickness and accident, and pressure of creditors. Liabilitics £1262, assots, £273; dofi:iency, £288. Mr. A. E. Witton, Korrmburra, assignes. Fil ed at Korumberra.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
WELSBACH THE WORLD'S 5EIT. FOR COUNTRY LIGHTING. Air Gas Machines. The Welsbach Air Gas da chine inso elm hpie that a child can work it with impunity, Elultable for Lighting, Heat ing and Cook_ ing. We guar Sanitbe for antee satslefa tion with all our Machines, and to prove this we will put a machine in for one month tree of charge, and if not euit able, will remove same free of all coet to you. Write for Catalogue. WELSbACH LIGHT COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED, 310 LONSDALU UT., M?,BOUBNK Singing as a Tonic. A medical authority avows that the time will soon come when singing will be regarded as one of the great helps to physicians in lung diseases, more especially in their incipient state. AlI most every branch of gymnastics is employed In one way or another by the ooctors, but the simple and natural function of singing has not yet receiv ed its full meed of attention. in Italy, some years ago, statistics were com. piled which proved that singers were especially long-lived and heal...
PATTERN FOR YOUNG LADIES EVENING DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
PATTERN FOR YOUNG LADIES EVENING DRESS. The young lacy WOO W«a-LB a new evening frock could not .do better than copy this design. Floral ninon over white satin is suitable, but net reliable ·Hib' P?P Wb'r , ub tituted. _"'dA* It represents "Everylady's Journal" pattern No. 166, cut in two sizes--for girls of 16 and 18. This pattern may be bought for ninepence from local pattern agent, or will be sent post free to any ad. dress if ninepence in stamps is sent to Dept. C, "Everylady's Journal," 376 Swanston-street, Melbourne. State number of pattern and size required. Itf a penny stamp is sent to above ad. dress a 48-page catalogue will be sent to any reader who writes "Send free catalogue."
SOON ROUSED HER. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
SOON ROUSED HER. "If we could rouse her from this apathy," said the doctor, turning from the patient with a worried look, "there might be some hope. If she could be made to speak we might make her re arise her condition and get her to make an effort to save herself." He turned to the husband, who knelt by the bed, his haggard face buried In thile white counterpane. "You understand her so well," said the physician, almost irritably, "can't you say or do something that will arouse her from this stupor? Isn't there anything you could do that would awaklen her?" A look of hope lighted the husband's pale face. He rose without a word and left the house. It was midnight. Tile watchers by tile bedside heard the rain pelting against the side of the house and whistling around the corners of the old home. A step sounded on the gravel walk outslde. In another second there was a click of a latch-key fumb ling in the keyhole of the front door. The restless turning of the sick wo man's head upon t...
THE SILENCE OF THE COURT. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER X. In the Dark. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
THE SILENCE OF THE COURT. By FRED M. WHITE. ..-.Published by arrangement with Ward. * .Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER X. In the Dark. Just for a little while Gilray could Ssee nothing. True, the door was open and he could hear a chatter of voices, but he had darted into the shadow that lay black on one side of the cor * ridor so that only a glimpse into the bedroom was afforded him. lie could make out a portion of the panelled wall with a picture or two upon it, there was the outline of a Chippen dale cabinet full of old china. One of the pictures was undoubtedl a j ? ill-ott ..... I. m...L, no uin.iny sI traitted eye could see at a glance. These were lunuslna objects to encounter in a wayside inn, and at any other time he would have noted them with astonishment. But so many amazing things had happened during that wonderful even ing that it seemed to Gilray now that he was past all further astonishmlent. Otherwise he mihlit have gasped aloud a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
A:. A new source for the seupply of the :, edible bird's nests, which form so popnlar an 'article of food in the far East, has reccntly come to light. Tlhere is a group of small and rocky Islands from twenty to forty miles ofl the .ltlay peninsula and between latitude eight and ten degrees norlth, where the swal lows, whose nests are thus prized, tlock in vast numbers. Two sets of nests are taken away from the birds each season. The third nest is left, lest its destruction should drive away the discouraged builders. These islands .belong to the government of Siam, whicb rents them to contractors. China is the market for the product. In Natal there is a native white mush room which attains a diameter of from cigh teen inches to two feet. It makes a delicious dish when fried, and is eaten with avidity by the Kafirs, who, however, decline to taste the common edible muslhroam which is amet with in the same part of South Africa. SThe annquncement is made that the Founder's Mt\all of tlhe...
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GOOD DAIRY COW. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GOOD DAIRY COW. A cow is nothing more than a ma. chine. She consumes quantitles of food and converts it into milk. Like other machines, good ones and bad ones will be found. Poor cows are the result of carelessness and mis management. Good cows are thie re. su!t of care and attention. Trhe care and attention nmust begin with the calf. A good dairy cow must be so brought up that she will manufacture the food he consumes into milk and not into flesh and fat. Of course, it is easier to make a good.cow from a well-bred calf thitan it Is to make one from a common scrub, but the latter may often be turned into a valuable cow if the proper Judgment is used. "No," she sai, gratefully, " I am sorry, but I cannot give you a favor able answer. 1 Ilike you, but-" "Tlhen why do you refuse me?" he demanded. She sighed and hesitated. "Do you sullppose," she finally said, with spirit. "that I amn going to play second liddle to that horrid cliss l3irlks? She has been boastring t...
IS THE MODERN GIRL DOMESTICATED ENOUGH? [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
IS. THE MODERN GIRL DOMESTICATED ENOUGH? Some men seem to labor under the idea that women were born to be slaves. These selfish beings are con sltantly boewailing the fact, as they put it, that our girls grow less and less domesticated as the generation progresses. Tlley are alarming themselves un necessarily, for when the average girl gets married she generally takes to domesticity as naturally as a duck to water, even it she has had but lit tle previous exDierience. There are, of course, exceptions to the rule, and probably those people who love to pick holes in the modern girl's habits base their observations on these ex ceptions. Certainly girls have more liberty, and do not spend as much time in the home as their grandmothers. And why not? They have as much right to-enjoy their itberty as men. When a sensible glrl contemplates mar rlas sho ',nato. it her business to get to know the ropes, so that she may fill the role of housewife with credit to hErself and all concerned; but t...
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CAT. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CAT. The cat was regarded as sacred by the Egyptians; but though it may still look at a king, few are now so poor as to do it reverence. It has nine lives; but care will kill it. The cat with nine lives always falls on its own feet; but the cat with nine tails generally falls on Bomebody else's back. In Cheshire cats grin; In Kllkenny they fight-to mutual extermination; and in some districts it rains cats-and dogs. Watching cats lump is a favorite occupation of politicians and others. The best place to keep cats is in bags; but fodlish people let them out. They can see in the dark. This is owing to their consumption of "lights."
A SONG OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
A SONG OF HOPE. There Is a pill for every ache, a salve for every sore, so let's rejolce and never make a rumpus any more. There is a pou:tice for each head, -droWrj?a?"k u .proue dope; until the gio. up hopo. I knew a man once on a time, who had no store of cash; he said the world was quite a crime, and all its glories trash; and so he got a neigh bor's axe and by the old horse trough, with sundry strong and skilful whacks he chopped his headpiece off. Next week a lawyer printed ads., announcing that this knave had fall en heir to heaps of scads, but he was in his grave. The darkest hour, as Homer said, is just before the dawn; there's soften comfort just ahead when all the hope has gone. There is a syrup for each cough, a lance for every boll, so never think to shuffle off some yards of mortal coil. Misfortune bite us now and then, but if we bravely grin, she'll go pur suing weaker men and rush their faces in. There is a cure for every wart, a plaster for each corn, so let us like...
Dandenong Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 13 August 1914
Dandenong Horse Sale. Robert Goon & Co. report 8;h August, as follows-117 nice quality horses and ponies forward for to-day. The attendance was very small ail sales difficult to effect at any price. One Chelteuham contractor secured 11 of tile heaviest horses at pr ies ranging to L27. Without his competitiou the sale would have been a failure. We sold E, V. Ashley's cob at LIS, A Uaslott's deliverCy horse at L13, \W. Martin's pony at L10, I. Ojwin's 5 active draughts from L17 to L36 10, j W. Pizer's heavy draught geldingr L30 to L37, farm sorts Lit to L20, 10 farm sorts and aged heavy draughts for Mr Jac. Stokes from L16 10. to ;L24-I, W. A. Barrett's pony cob L12, \r~~ Mebmrqv' ~a?,aeatle da rh, fn II