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BATH MITTENS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
BATH MITTENS. Maklo a pailr of mittens or gloves of old Turkish towelling, and put 5 butonhole and button at the wrist to prevent them coming off easily. When ready for tlhe bathl, put the gloves on, and use In pIlace of a wash-cloth or sponge. The bath can he taken in half tile tilne. and withl mIuch more comfort, andl both Ihans can be used In going orcver th!le body, and the warlmth of thle hanllds koeops thle glove at an agreeable temperature. Two young men were htaving a heat ed argument over a Itroblcm whichl needed a great dc~l of mental calcu. lation. "I tell you," said one, "that you are entirely wrong." "But .1 am not." said the otlher. "Didn't I go to schiool, stupid?" al most rotated ilhis ollooneltt. "Yes'' was tile c:aln repl)y:; "and . ou011 Coellt back stupid." ::.That ended it. Landlan7: You dii not wear gl:a?S, when you first ca:t I1; .ere. \V:y d1, you wear them IowlIJ? Boarder: I wao t t, maho the feel 'ook as lartge as ltel!ilh,. The well-known modiste, Mimne. I...
GIRLS WHO ELOPE WITH GIRLS. Strange Chapters of Romance. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
GIRLS WHO ELOPE WITH GIR'Lr. 'Strange Clhapters of Romance. ) The story of tile beautiful daughter of a leading FIrench politician, who became so infatuated with a school fellow that she ran aw'ay with her, and, as her professed husband, sup ported her for mouths by her earnings as a muale waiter in a Paris cafe, is the latest of a long list of similar strange romances. It Is not many years since there died in Bl3rittany an old fishermuan who for more than half a century had suc cessfully lmasqueraded as a man, uin til death revealed the secret of sex. As a girl of eighteen, Marie Ambert, daughter of a provincial schoolmaster, had conceived a strong passion for Juliette Civray, the pretty daughter of a fishterman, wholm, as her parents objected to the intiancy, she persuad ed to elope with iher. They went to lfrlttany, where, as Jules Bernay and Ils wife, they won golden opinions as an amiable and hard-working couple. Jules prosper ed so well that withlin a few years he was owner of...
THEY GOT LEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
THEY COT LEFT. I-0- Ife sat down in one of the hullways ol he M?orrill block and pulled off his boot, mld a policeman who happened along at lhat moment kindly inquired : "Concluded to go barefoot I" " Say," called the mran, as he togged away at Iris sock, "I've been walking around this town for about five hours. " Moust be footsore." "No, 'tain't that, but I ve had a doaen differont boys ask nme if I had tar on my Ieel. I've looked and looked, but there is no tar. Is there any on that boot ?" Any on my sook I" "' Well, now, off comes the sook and you look at my bare heel. If there's any tar there I want to know it." "I can't see any," said the oflicer,"but you've got the thumpingest, biggest old c.allous I ever did behold." "I know it,but I'm after tar.Any than my foot ?" Any on my toes ?" "No." "Then those sassy young oubs are W smart as they are. I was kinder surprised and mortified all the time, but they want to quit right off on me now I I've looked and you've looked, and there'...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
SOMERVILLE. _____~... ----- ··urr--~ flooring of the Fruitgrowers' new Show shed. It is the object of the contractors to have it finished in time for the great bazaar to be held by the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Ladies' Guild early next month. We regret to learn that Cr G. Grifleths is so indisposed as to have to take to bed. \Ve hope he may soon be about again. A fire started in one of the local orchards the other day. The owner, who was working elsewhere, im:me diately ran to put his horse into his motor pump, and on arrival at the outbreak was soon able to extinguish the flames with 200 lbs of pressure behind the nozzle. It might be a good plan to organise a fire brigade with all the motor pumps in the dis trict. Our State school teacher, Mr Geo. Reed, who started work this week, reports a real good holiday at \\ar ragul. So far little appears to have been done in regard to the new State school, so badly needed in this town ship. Promises made to the effect that the school would so...
MACHICAN M'NABB'S KENTUCKY RIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
MACHICAtI M'NABB'S KEHTUCKY RIVAL -.-.--o Fountain Fox Bobbit, the Representative of Lincoln County in the Kentucky Legisla ture, is the brightest, most famous and most popular law-maker in that State. Hle 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 ttat covers the lower portion of hIis face. le wears a ready-made, badly-fitting suit of clothes, and through thle meshes of his beard one can see a narrow piece of tape crossed the collar of his cotton shirt 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 case, in which one of the defendants turned State's evidence, will suffice : " Now, Mr. Sears (one of the jury), I have known you for many a long year. 1 have staved at your hous...
TOORADIN. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
TOORADIN. A farewell social was tendered to the St. Clair family in the local hall on Friday, s6th January. There was a large attendance. MIrs St. Clair has had the store here for some years, and Miss May St. Clair has been in charge of the post-office. This family has always taken part in any local affairs for the advancement of the town, and residents showed their appreciation by calling this gathering together. On behalf of the donors, Mr Thee. Bizan presented Mrs St. hand bag, and Miss May St. Clair with a gold bracelet, and spoke in eulogistic terms of the good work performed by them during their stay in Tooradin. Mr J. B. Glasheen responded on behalf of the family. and he also spoke in a flattering manner of the way the family had assisted in any local af. fairs. Dancing was. indulged in until the small hours of the morning, when the party dispersed after sing. ing "Auld Lang Syne."
DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, January 28. Present—Crs Harris (President), Groves, Abbott, Pearson, Burden, McQuade, Rain, McLeod and Andsley. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
DANDENON??G SHIRE COUNOIL -0-o Wednesday, January 28. Present- Crs Harris (President), Groves, Abbott, Pearson. Burden. McQuade, Rain, McLeod and Audsley. consrseoh·n~h'cm From VictoriAn Railways, re open ing of railway gates, Spring Vale. Also from W. S. Keast, M.L.A., re same. Reply to be forwarded that Mr Barnet would take responsibility of shutting gate until crossing is made. From \V. S. Keast, M.L.A., re Government grant towards erection of latrines on foreshore. Received. From same, re proposed amend ment of Country Roads Act. Received. From Country Roads Board, giv ing particulars of council's financial position as regards main roads, declared under Country Roads Act Received. From same, intimating that the following amounts have been autho rised by the Board for the year end ing 3oth June next, for maintenance works :-Melbourne road, [300; L Cheltenham road, £250o; Point Nepean road, [too. Received. From same, intimating that plans, specifications, &c., for making P...
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market Tuesday, January 27 [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
MARKET REIPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market Tuesday, January 27 IMessrs Adamson, Strettle & Co., Alex. Scott & Co. and Joseph Clarke & Co. conjointly report: A beavy yarding of all classes of cattle to hand. Milkers and springers were very dull except for odd good cows selling from £6 to £11 7s 6 1. Some of the ptincipal sales as follows : Milkers: Geo. Keys 3 to £1 7s 63l, H. Gamble 7 to £8 ~a, Msh Pignolct 1 at £8 15o, J. C. Gener 1 at £8, M. C. Bowman 2 to £S 2s Gd, Lst. Corri gan 4 to £7 7s Gd, S. Kimpton G to £7 7e Gd, J. Wallnce 1 at £7 5s, W. H. Gardiner 1 at £7 5s, and drafts for R. Angus, R. liallinan, \V. G. Keys and others. Springers, E. Ashley 2 to £7 17s 6G, J. Meikle 3 to £9, i. Lehman 2 to £9, J. IH1ad 3 to £7 10s, J. Lee 1 at £8, P. MBlcare 4 to £6 12s 6d, G. L. Fiedler 2 to £8 15s. Store cattle sold at late rates. Pigs-Heavy to £4 17s, baanou £2 1Gs to £3 16s, porkers 26s to 45b 6d, calves to 51s.
WEDDING CERTIFICATE [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
WEI)DDILNG OERTIT ICATE "Cooking is the short cut to the happy household," said Sir John Cockburn, in presenting prizes at St. Saviour's and St. Olave's Grammar School for Girls, New Kent road. "No girl should be al lowed to enter into the holy state of matrimony unless she has a certificate that she can not only cook a potato and a chop. but iron a sheet and darn a stocking." The pcoplo oh a certain town have beec rsuing in crowds to see thl Ireak which the ehowman describee as follews:-"NWo we show. Walk up, ladies and gostlemen--w5lt Op. The marvellous Afrlesn hyena. Measurer 14 heet Irom the tip ol lils nose to the end oh his tail, and the asmo dilstanc back again. smaking in all 0 heelt."
GLEN WAVERLEY SPORTS Record Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
GLEN WAVERLEY SPORTS Record Attendance. The above sports w'ere held on the Glen Waverley Recreation Grounds on Monday last, (Foundaton Day) The weather looked very threstening in the morning, but the afternoor was all that could be desired, anc there was a splendid attendance A large number of visitors camne frorr the City, they being conveyed froir the Oakleigh station in motor-buset and cabs. Among those present were Mr W.V S. Keast, M.L.A., and Mrs and Mis, Keast. As there was a long programme ol varied events, and with large entries, the officials made an early start, and it was close on 8 o'clock before the last event was run. The lon. o busy in his office all day long, and both he and the other officials worked hard to make the gathering the suc it was. The following are the results : Boys' race-A. Edwards x, J. Hol. ford 2. Girls' Race-C. Einsiedel s, E. Hurst 2. District Bicycle Race, I mile. F. N. Wilson (120 yds) ... H. R. Wilson (I30 yds) ... 2 A. Adams (I4o yds) ...... 3...
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
SORAP 8. In the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, 21st January, Mr Keast will ask the Minister for Railways if he is aware that the train from Flinders street to Gembrook on Saturdays takes over four hours to travel a distance of 40 miles; if he considers that so miles an hour is a fair pace for tourists to travel in Victoria; if he will consult with the Railway Commissioners with a view of speeding up the trains on this line. • He received the following memoran dum:-"Two trains run on Satur days between Flinders street and Gembrook. The first leaves at 8.52 a.m. and is scheduled to complete the journey in 3 hours 43 minutes. In order that the residents along the line may not be deprived of goods facilities from Friday to Monday, this train runs as " mixed" from Ring wood and performs roadside shunting thence to Fern Tree Gully, from which station a limited "mixed" train is run. The second train leaves Flinders street at 1.55 p.m., runs as a passenger throughout, and is scheduled t...
BLACK PRINCE AS MINER SON OF LOBENGULA. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
BLACK PRINCE AS MINER SON OF LOMENGULA. Loben Lobengula, son of the MIata bele warrior-king, died on Monday in his humble dwelling at Pendleton, near Manchester, in circumstances of dire poverty (says "Lloyd's Weekly" of No -vember 30). When a report appeared some weeks ago that "Prince Loben Lobengula" waos lying ill and destitute in lodgings at Salford, the British South Africa Company published a statement that they had no evidence to corroborate the nlan's story that he was the late Mata bele chieftain's son., and that inquiries as to his antecedents were being made In Rhodesla. It is, however, asserted by the Rev. W. D. lees, vicar of the parish in which the exile has died, that hlo has no reason to doubt the latter's claim, and that tile doubts publicly cast upon it.had been a severe shock to the sick man, hastening his end. "The Prince's" story was that he fought under .his father against the Brl tish troops in Matabeleland, and that he refused to accept the terms of peance w...
SENTIMENTAL CHARITY DEAN'S CRITICISM [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
SENTIMENTAL C1ARITY DEAN'S CRITICISMI -~The problem of pain and suffering, considered in connection with Chris tlan charity,. was the subject of an ad dress by the Dean of St. Paul's (Rev. Dr. Ingo) at the annual meeting of the St. Saviour's, Southwark, Commit tooee of the Charity Organisation So cloety, held yesterday under tlhe presi dency of Sir William Chance (reports the "Dally Telegraph" of December 11). One of thle most prominent fea tures in our present-day lifoe, he said, was the revolt against pain. But pain was part of God's ordering of the world, meant to show us our faults and blunders, and as a punishment for our ignorance of tis laws so far as they concerned us. There was no lesson which we In England needed more to learn than that evil was wrought by want of head as well as want of heart-that pre vention, which called for a cool head, was better than cure, which appealed to the warm heart. It would be much more dilicult for a vicar to collect money from his congregat...
MAN OVERBOARD [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 29 January 1914
MA.N O1?EBOARlD Two seamen stranded at Peter borough Station (Eng.) late at night were walking up and down the plat form to keep themselves awake, when one fell over the edge. His companion, believing his friend had gone over board, took a header after him. A badly cut head reminded him that he was on solid earth. There is reason to be lieve that the men were not teetotal* lers. First Girl: I liko n man with a past. A man with a post Is slways Lnserestltg. Second Girl: That's true: but I don't thInk it's nearly as interesting as a man with n future. Third Girl: The man who interests me is the man with a present; and the more ecpensive the present Is the more interest 1 oke In it.