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ABOUT MOULTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
6 ABOUT MOULTING. Those who witness the moulting of the hens do not, perhaps, consider how important the operation is to the feathered tribe In general. It Is the casting away of the old corering, the putting on of new clothes, so to speak; lut the proces is .s gratiual one, requirtitg three months tor its conpletlion. The majortty of persons have no patience with a tmoulting ten. They think she ought to lay when she is moultling: but, if the:, will reflect a little. they will conclude that nature is economical in her sorkings, and does not devotle upon her creatures the fulfiltent of more than one task at a time. It Is as Imuch as she can do to pass tltroitgti the period of nioulting safely; for. stiotild she catch cold or beconie sick from tny cause. her s!sitemi will le too mucti out ot order to arrive at good health again Although the hen occasionally be comes fat while mioulting. this is due to the tact that, when tier food is as similtied. the feaithirs reoruire bor mnuntifaci...
DOLLY MADISON'S TALKS The Girl With One Idea. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
DOLLY MADISON'S TALK8 The Girl With One idea. Last summer Marcia went to SOt. ope. Since then she has bored her fricndlslrto extinction. She. ialks of only one thing. No matter h'hat sub. lect is brought up, she leads the cono versation back to her trip abroad. One of her girl friends expressel the situation franskly. M*1arcla was a nice little thing." she said, "re sponsive and interesting, until she travelled, but now she forces upon us her half-bhated opinious and experi' unces antd we want to Ily from tier." It is altways a bad thing to be a girl with one idea; to over-estinate the value of your day s work, your Iopultrity. your political iniluence, your religious contlictiots. your so* cial experiences, your studies, your accompltslmnttsts. it is not wise to dwell too much uipon thesm. Peolile tire easily of egotistical talk. Marcia does not secm to realIse that others have travelleil, that in tmost instances they have seen msore tltntt tier few titonihs' holiay atllow. ed tier...
MOHAMMED'S FOLLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
MOHAMMED'S FOLLOWERS The recet'aonversion of an English peer to Mohaminedanlsn is a rehin der that the Mohamm~dkns in this cothttSyate elllfeently nUtlnerous and influential to support several places of worship (says the "Westmlnster Gaz ette"). Three mosques are in existence in England. Those at Liverpool and Wooking have long been noted for their exquisite appointments. Of more recent date is the one situ ated in Bayswater. The doors are gilded in' a' similarwAy to thood'of the world-famous Taj Mahal at Agra, built by Shab-Jehan. in the E ast End there is a sacred temple of Al Ahmed, where the faithful meet' once a year to go through a ourIous obremony in honor of theoProphoht
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER I. In the Australian Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
]rhe Grae& Montamoc By AIGOE -M. DIEIHL, Alithoresa of "The Knave of Hearts," CHAPTER I. In the Australian Bush. Jimn Gilbert felt a thrill of anxiety, of anticipation, as ho walked his heated mare slowly namong the clunops of gum trees, and, emerging into a brief patch of wasto land, halted to gazo at the p-- la slo tf g anwa belol. There, beyond jho oncalyptua wood, lay::the frmbouse collntitungl hr bo loved Netta, the only child Af Nathan Gray, owner of the big sheep run, whbre le and his friend. Charles Dtiince, had cast in their lot as co squhtters a year before, when tired of their last sheep-farnming venturo to gether. He was a comely, broad, fair nglhishnman, paler and soiiiewhat less burly after a rceint fall while workiii an the Moint Berry diggings-a fal wvhiohi had renidered lim, unconscious for some weeks, and which nowa sent him kback to the farm to recruit.. Ho '%as still dazed aiid sceak, anid his thoughts seemed to travel round nsI reouind a subject rather t...
STOMACH IRRITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
STOMACH IRRITATION. Dr. Sidney Martin has grouped to gether the causes which produce Ir rltation of the stomach. In the lirst place must be put itt tierfect mastkIation. which may b due to the bad habit of bolting food or to delictency in number ani sound ness of the teeth. In the next place, food, either II too great a quantity, too rich, tor highly spiced, or too ind!gestibte, i a frequent cause of irritation of ti stomach. That is a cause which fri tuently acts for years, and, if corn biocd with sedentary hall ts, leads L. grave defects of nutrition and serton: damage to the dilcsttve organs. Meals taken at irregular times and exercise or work soon after a meal are also a source of stomach irri tatton. The dncicency of (laily exercise witit the causes already mentioned and rush and over-excitement of life. with perhais periods of distress and worry may lead to grave gastric dis order. The stomach is also res'lily affectes' by nervous influences, chlelly emo tlonal. One other caus...
A MARRIAGE OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
A MARRIAGE OF HONOR. The peculiar ideas of the Chlnees on matrimony is well Illustraled by the following story. A Mrs. Harmon. who lived on a large estate near Los Angeles, Calitornia. had a faithful Chinese cook, who, after six or seven years of service, catme to her one morning wearing a look of deep sad( ness. nSo am givee u0) job," he announced. "'What!" exclaimed his srtripsed employer, for the loss of Sanm seemed Irreparable. "(lot to go." reiterated Sam. "is there anything wrong, Sam ?" she asked anxiously. "No, missee. Got go hack China.' "To China? What for?" "tietee marry," replied Sam lacont cally. "Mlarried! You never told me you were engaged, Sam. I hope she is nice-" "Never see her, missoe. My mother she makee choosee. In my family alt ways oldest brother must getee marry itrst. Other brother, he no getce marry till oldest. My brother he wvantee getee marry. Got go back and getee marry tirst, you savvy." No persuasion, either financial or moral, could deter Samt from t...
THE REALITY OF THE AMAZONS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
THE REALITY OF THE AMAZONS. The Iradititon of the Amazons, a valiant rnae or women warriors. was a favorite one with the writers and artists of ancient Greece. but it hns neon generally treated in modern times rs a poetic myth. Now coimes an inltresting archaeological discoc cry which stakes It appear rerlain that tirere nret- Indeed wonmenfiirlt era of higlh rank in the old days. rlrelre was recently unrneartled a scrluil chris In thle tpart of Italy once rcnorn as Etrurta in which was found a war-charlot of bronze and Iron. and croiichlin in it the skeleton of a wo mian. T'here was about her not only the renratns of rich robes and bcauritt tul ornaments of gold and Irory, at testing tr1l' feaminine vanity. but also tire stre wealbons which thre an etent tralitions say lire Amazons used in battle. The bronze work and tire terra-coita vases dennitely fait tire date of the tomb at abort tW0 l.C. The earliest nceounts of tile Amazons located them in thie notrhrr-easi Iar of Asia Minor...
THE PIES THAT MOTHER MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
THE PIES THAT MOTHER MADE. The wraman who has the mind for It can gencrally jar her husband out : of all camln and common-sense reason ing by ht01Ing up the members of her own miaily as patterns on which he should Cave Peen instructed, and whose virtues he should copy. 4' The young and the inexperienced married man makes his one solitary break whcn he says, just after the noneymnoon. and when the girl is try. ing to do tier best, that her puddings and piles are not quito so good as his mother otmiade. As a geenral rule this is about the Ilst.chance the married man takes of telling the whoie truth-and so he Wakes a outch of It. Ii he could raurcise as much tact -let us say tact-lin explaining away her poor cooking and smoothiug her down becanuso 0 her thortomling in tne same ratio as ho will in a few years' time have to smtoot' her down hecause of Iter own shortcomings, then Ce would become the perfect Smost young husbtantis Itave been known to say tilts sont of tltilnt once to the y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
Suffered Agony with Headaches I highly recommend Chamberlains' Tab. lets to anyonue who suffers from headaches. says Mrs hI. K. ierry, Marlbcr ogh rood Victoria Valley, Tosmonia. I suffered ogoay with headaches snd tried almost everythiug. Nothing did mue oy Good until a friend ro commended Chamberlain's Tiblets ouai they loon put me right again. Now 1 would not be without a box of CGhastbhrlain',s Tablets In the house. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers. Stanley & Flavell E8t hers BEG to fnfor- *l:s whlbitants of Dande. doug and li~srict that they have taken over the Small Goods business lately carried on by W. Mellors, Lonsdale street, opposite sleyards, and by strict attention to bubiness begs to be favo-cl isy a fair share of public patronage. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Lqmb, Pork, of First Qualiti. SMALL GOUI S F.. LSH DAILY. C Tripe Tuesday, Friday and Baturday. Families waited upon. Orders taken for Note Address- Poultry. LONSDALE STREET Op, S..e yards, DANDENONG MOTOR GA...
Went Ahead. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
* Went Ahead. Railwaymen. i.e., drivers, guards, and porters. are so accustomed to communicate with each other by means of gestures that the habit of looking for such dumb signals be comes a kind of second nature. In this connection an amusing incident occurred on a part of the South Afri can railway line where it was so com mon for cattle to be ruin over that re ports of all such accidents had to be made to headitutarters, with lull par. ticulars as to place and circumstance. One day a complaint was received that a valuable cow had been killed on a certain day and by a certain en gino. The case was referred to the proper department, but reference to the files showed that the driver had failed to report such an accident. Ac cordingly he was sent for, and asked why be had omitted to report the mat ter. "*I didn't know I burt the cow," he said. "Then yott remember hitting her?" "Yes; and I sloe-ed up as she rolled over on her back, but site waved her foot for me to go ahead, so I conc...
Meeniyan Market. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
Meeniyan Market. Monday, January 19th. Adanmson, Strettlo & Co. Pty. Ltd. report 450 head of cattle and 40 pigs to a good attendance of buyers, and the bulk of the yarding wero sold at satis factory prices. Forward springers, cows to £63 10, beifers to £5 15e, backward cows £4 ~1 s to £5 12s Gd, backward hoifers £3 10s to £4 5s, fat cows to .0 103l, fleshy £4 to £5, fat bullocks to £7 18s Sd, 2-yr-old steers £3 to £3 10, 2-yr.cld hoifors to £3 Os, 12 to 18 months old hlifors S3s to 4'8t. Pigs-Bacon stores to 35s, slips 17s to 2ts.
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
SCRAPS. A meeting of the Dandenong Branch of the P.L.C. 'vill be'held in the Thwn Hall on Saturday next. It is the intention of the Branch to hold a social dance on Eight Hours Night, 21st April. The following advt. appeared in Monday's ** Argus .-" Seaside, fur nished, large bedroom, use kitchen, mother and daughter." This looks like Chelsea and appears reason able. The annuel nicating of the Dando. onug Poultty Society will be held to right, is the Townt HIoll, whno poultry kcopers should nttend. A fewv natice rneubers have borns the brunt of work ing this eyeful eociety, hitberto, end frseh help is neceded to extond its use fulneso.
CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
CHUROH NEWS. Presbytorian Church.-Dandonong 11 u.n. and 7 p.m.; Hallam 3, pm. Prencher, Rev. B. Thorn. Lyndhurst, 7.80 p m* Preachor, Mr Ferguson. Orange cream cake.-One cup of sugat Rnd ole ep c ef butler worked to ti crram, yolks of tuo egos, tne cup of milk, two cLIPS af Hlour, three tearpooetlitis of butiug powder whiters of two eggo well braten. IBake in layers. For the creatm tako one gill of milk grated peol, pulp of one ornnrge; mmx well antl let it comn nearly to n buil, titenl stir in etotltgh cornstarclh to make it as thick as a tiustlard; nuld tie yolk of one egg and sugar enough to sweeten. Spread between tihe layers.
EDISON'S FARTHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
EDISON'S FARTHINGS. Perhaps no cltiss f t entertainment Ias secured such a boll iipoitininuse itlenit lovers ns seeing ptleturvs. Du-. aig the hearing of a stilt reIceer li Irouglit In America by the I!&lt;tion Pictures Company against a coin patty alleged to be in flrg: g tlIhe lirst-nametl organisatioons ptint i s, an idlca was obtained of tlhe lilustry's otlraction for the teohlie. Every day some four or live iui!ion iv rsoos attenil the tltlrteen tlonusanit citenemi. tograph sliowes oif the Uitetl States. Every ticture that lasses before tie eyes of the stcyntlators is tirojected tiy tiieains of aplparatus, the basic tta tents of uvhlich are the irotiertly of Thonias A. Edison. About 1,t110,000 feet of film are made every weehi by Ittis coisltany, antI as Mr. Edilson recetves a royalty of one farthing lper foot, his revetitie fronit American ple ture lovers alone totals iearly £1500 tier wveek! When the many other In diustrtes with wu cli Edisoit Is con nected anit wh~lh...
SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
SELECTED iECIPES. (,ildcn Cap I'udding. - Butter a fluid or basin and put in two full ltbltsiooCfnlitS of golden syrup. Mi1x fegether , !lb. of hlour, lb. of cnop. 11:1 selit, 1 tenspoonful of baking I..) der, and a saltspoonful of salt it:at an egg well, add to it a short teacupful of 0ilk1, mix thoroughly with the dry ingredients, and pour the whole over the golden syrup without disturbing it. Steam about 2tA: hours. Stuted Potatoes.-Ingredtents: Six large liotatoes, half a pound of saus ae Ilocat, and a teaspoonful of flnely chopped i arslcy. Method: Select ilotlitoes of one size, scrub careful 13, cut off the tops, nod scoop olut tie ilside with a small spoon or corer. iili tile cavity with sausago me t 5an1 clholited parsley. Mlix a little flour with the white of an egg to a stiff pifste, uLd with it fix on tile tops of the potatoOs. Put the potatoes on to a tin, and balke for three-quarters of an hour. Preserve Pickle for Moat. - This recipe will be found of great value whle i...
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
PROPERTY SALES. Measrs Coghill and H-laughton, 79 Swanston street, Melbourne, report a fair attendance at their auction sale of properties at Aspendale on Saturday. The five-roomed villa residence known as "Branxbolme" was sold for .500. Two bungalow residences were also offered, but they were passed in. For the block of land x5oft x 33oft, situated at the corner of Point Nepean and Edith vale roads, [2 t5s per foot was of fered, but declined. The reserve price on this property is set at [3 5s per foot. Smith, Nicholson Ppy., Ltd., 383 Bourke street, Melbourne, report having sold St. Germain's Estate, at Clyde. The purchaser is M~r J. Bell, and the purchase money is nearly [tIo,ooo. Messrs Small and Edwards, auc* tioneers, of Mentone, report a suc cessful sale of the Cora Lynn estate, Mentone, on Saturday afernoon, when all the allotmenta in Antibes street were sold front 35s to 40s a foot. The villa on the Esplanade and the two-story house in Antibes street did not quite reach the ...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 22 January 1914
TENNIS. The third annual general meeting of the Fern Tree Gully tennis club was held on Friday evening, Jan. t6. A new committee was formed, and MIr Lewis Dawkins elected hon. sec. A trophy, to be competed for, has been presented by Mrs H. S. Hayling. It has been decided to enter for the Reporter competitions; also to erect an additional court to enable tournathents to be held dur ing the season. Visitors and intend ing players are invited to send in their names at once.
RACE FEELING [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
RACE ,FEELING "'A feature that strikes the returning traveller after a low years' absenco In Asia or South Amerlca is the submerg ing of English race. feeling under a se" of cosmopolitanism." says the "Re -eroe." "Among Englishmen born and bred there seems to be a consensus of impotent dismay at the destruction o English race feeoling." An youeg man while holtdaymlng on th east coast of Scotlaund. etered a stnll shop to get some refreshments. The place was mpty: no one seemend to be anbout. So. goln ver to wiht he took to be a bell-rope. leang ln Irom the ceiling, he tugged it volently. lust to show thae t he wans being neglected. Tbue next moment the owner of the shop, an old lady, came screaming doewn rom upspinrs in a towering rage: "What doe ye uecas. ye delL Idiot!" she cried. "Dua ye an no kes rope's tied to the cradle, and y've throawn bhe balsrn oot?" Readers of our paper will do well, stow that cutting an'J stripping is com pleted, to write to Messrs. Scarlett and Co., Mhel...