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WHY WE ARE RIGHT-HANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
WHY WE ARE RIGHT.HANDED. One of the prOfessors at a well known agricultural college has figured it out that if you are left-handed it is a sign that your ancestors were not good fighters. says he. "Only one in every twenty is left-handed. Why are people right handed? They may have been born that way, it is true: but why? "Away back in thile beginning the chief occupation of man was lighting. In battle he carried a shield in one hand and ai wealpon in the other. It shield, but the quick action requiredl by the hand andIl airnlm which did the lighting soon developed that arm. Il rilso developed the nerves and thie halt of the brain that governed the right side of the body. Those who shielded their left side-htuls protect ing the heart--were the ones who usul ally came out victorious. Down through the ages this selection con tinued, the right hIland gradually bo Cotning more proficient." "Ma, what is meant by the Progrcs sive party?" "The Progressive party, my dear'? Why, that's where ...
ONE LIFE FOR MANY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
ONE LIFE FOR MANY. Many heroic dleeds have been done by British sailors, but no act was truly more heroic than the voluntar? lmartyrdom suffered by Jamens Marr, a sailor on board a vessel named The Rip, on July I5, 187S. Bietly stated, the facts are as fol low:--Theo Hip was caught in a squall, and was quictkly In diticulties. Jamnes marr was astride the gati at the io ment when a great wave caught the vessel, sweeping every)thing o i tt deck, andti carrying away thie nmalit mast. After this there was only one chance for tlose o1( board, and tllat was, of course, to clit everything clear. But James Marr was cltnglng to the broken spar, and his mates saw that it they cut the tangle away poor alarr must go with It. They hesitatedt. But not so James Marr. Seeing that tihe sacrliice of one might save many, he gave tilhe signal himself, shouting, "Chop away, Intates!" and "Good-bye, lads!" titus milaking for himseif a iname as a real hero.
WARM WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
WARM WORK. An amusing story is told by an Intdiatl Iedlcal Servic man, who, writing to the "British Medical Jour nal." states tllat the story was cur' rent In his student dlays. A colnttry doctor, i'retrlning froml a visit In the small hours of the mnorn inc. il thle time of the "lodyt-slnlat* chers," tad to lt:ss ; scclttttd blurial groItnd tl to whltit' a tdeceased patlttt had been intterretd I, h dt. before. When he reached tile will hIe :i\\" a horse antd trap slatttdinzt tnitatienil ed on thie roadi outlsite. L.ooing can flously over the na 'll, he s \t hatli two mnen had just disnlerred t1?e vorlste. Stanldlng int tihe sial;tdow. of tte wall, ile s;lw themL bLril., oult the i.ody ltnd lace it ill a sitti~. itijottl oil tile seat of thile trap,. ,;ir !itat wllot they drove taway thIe bIdy, Sthich they Ihad wlrallped in a tdark cloal:, would In the dim light look like a thirid man sitting Ietween the other two. They theni got over the wall nagait to fill Itt the grave. The docto...
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
SCRAPS. We are in receipt of " The Austra. lian Journal" for February. The serials-His Natural Life, Sundered Hearts and A WVorthy Son of the Soil-are at interesting stages. The miscellaneous matter and short stories are good, and the ladies' page should call the attention of the sex. The Dandenong Company staged some splendid pictures on Friday and Saturday nights last to full houses. The jungle scenes, in which bears and tigers were in evidence, were most'exciting, especially where the great serpent wrapped its folds around a prostrate man. The latter made the ladies seem creepy. Mr P. Maloney, ex-M.H.R., will give an address from the Royal Hotel balcony on the evening of February r3th. Subject: " The proposed labor daily newspaper." At the Flemington sheep sales on Tuesday last, ,there were 34.500 sheep and 30,500 lambs yarded. Mr F. Allan Officer's "Minta" wethers realised fr Is, which is a top price. Outside, Mr Alex. Scott, Kongwak, sold 750 crossbred wethers at a satisfactory...
Dandenong Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
1)andenong Horse Sale. Robert Gunn & Co. report having hold a sale on Saturday, 31st January, when 153 head of horses and ponies wore yarded, and included some nice frosh lots that were readily competed for. The attendance of buyers was good, and a very fair sale resulted. The following are the principal sales: Account T. Wilkios: A truck load of fresh delivery and light draught sorts, sold from £19 to £25; account W. R. Smith, Pyramid Bill : A truck load of - nice quality delivery horses, sold from £19 to £31; ponies £9 15s-to-r 4.S-...A Account G(. T. Allnutt: Light dranught to £30. Account Irving Corrigan: Hacks to £11. Account 8. M1. Keys: Light draughts, 8 yrsold, to £26.? Account 8. J. Keys : Light horses to £16 10s. Account J. W. Keys, KingL Island : Brcdy 3-yr.-ol:s by Mattram, [ at £ 10 s. Account A. Cakebreoad: A truck of S 3-yr old spring cart sorts, £8 10s to £25 ; and 2 buggy horses ' to £22. Account J. J. Carroll: I spring cart maro and foal at £26 1ls. Account...
The March of Death. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
The March of Denth. Gaily I march In front of yu all Ringing my bell Bight merrily; Each of you all "Must come at my call I claim inch one Yea; verily. Husband and wife, And mnother and child, Grandfather hoar, The babe at the breast; e-- Ministers mild, Or warriors wild. Each conies to me When I se·d my best, Lover and maid, Those living for gain, The bride at thie altar, Tile priest in his gown, They comie in my train In sunshine rill rain, I wave but my finger, They bend to I)ath's crown. To some I comie smiling, To others I frown, Somei welcmne me wearily, For their rest is the tomb, Some try to escape me Andl hope I forget, I laugh as I pass Their time is not yet. Some court me in danger, Some meet me in shame, Some spurn me with direst contempt, To some I bring honor, To others great fame, None from bending to me are exempt, Gaily I march, In front of you all, Ringing my bell Right merrily; .Each of you all Must come at my Call, Iclaim each one Yea, verily, R. S. A. The Retort...
Inexpensive Sofa Pillows. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
Inexpenstre Sofa Pillows. Bota pillows that nre ittcntlcds merely fot ornament may ih stuffesi wiitis curled Inir or xcclietsr , but it is desirolle to have fs'athcr cushions ftsr usc. I' gangs. embssriieverl sith arilnos dusi-n. in 'o ash silks, can he resdily clean-it. A pre:ty s' !o af calost rin ca be formed like a lng the sisenisng tied utp with a large bow of rillsss:t. This cwoe can be pliped oil to isa scot to the lanoiry when soild, astt rejlancesd ofterwarsd wittsustt ony of the lethohr ittcielnt uttsOn tite remtoool of a coveritti that has to be ripped to pieces befsre waslhitig and stitchied together ogoin when clean. For a country hotrse a libhrol suisply of cushions is n0isnist indiisicpensable. TeCy Can vert oslinary ansld rallier still stiasa anod wossen set tea iin ti lou rissius sihenns, d stts ore eescntial to lisa thssrssa'41h case of Iatmmocks. They soften nceptiablls psiozza steps ottnt boot seott to limo ss wer frIosn tassnis sr lsstsg tramls, antl odld an ite...
TALK LOVE—NOT DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
TALK LUVE-NOT DRESS. Gir'.ls. don't "talk dtress" to your seetheamL. Don't stand ttlin int front of a shlol windtow and ask htim if he likes this shade for a walking skirt or that for a blouse. Don't ask hint if he doesn't think that this:; year's hats are just "it." And, above ail. don't asik- tim if he properly apre elates the now dress yoll have just put on for his especial benelit. 1 do not mean to implty that )'ot will nec essarily bore himl. T[he ohlances alec about even that he will bei qiuite in terested. Hlinasws asers will ilinos certainly taluise. Buit the poinlt is. you are dtoing the wronig thing. You are unwitngly doing your best to kill his. lnxterest.in sYour itllttear'auce. TO a woln~at a1 ui'e.ss-l-auttanI-sn'- itself. to be criticised alpart fruont its effect on the wearer. She can, in fact. ignore tile wearer altogetier. A nani cannot. A titan iantot, it his mind, setiarato ai dress frolu the ghrl who is weariln it. Of course he will ofteln say I? likes you hette...
MR. W. S. KEAST, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
MR. W. S. KI(EAST, M.L.A. Hope deferred has not made sick the heart of the member for Dande nong. For 12 years Mr lKeast has been asking a question in the Legis lative Assembly. He asked it again when the House met on Tuesday afternoon. Did the Ministry intend to establish a new Agricultural Col lege within easy distance of Mel bourne, and, if so,-Mr Keast has not lost faith even yet-would the Ministry hear representations from the southern district near Melbourne -surely Dandenong-before finally selecting a site ? The answer, given by the Minister for Agricul ture (Mr Hutchinison) was--" It is not the intention of the Ministry at present to establish another Agricul tural College." WVhereat Mr Keast remarked, as he did 12 years ago, that a great mistake vas being made - -.1,-- -
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
BPO RTING. The Victoria Club will hold a race meeting at Sandown Park on Wed nesday, February xi, and over 100 entries have been received for the six events. Among tile horses en gaged in the Victorian Club Handi cap are W\Valer, Cider, and t'he South Australians, Wassail and Musket Belle, and Andelosia. Indiscreet, Roseview and other Victorians. In my notes last week I expressed surprise at the colt Andelosia being engaged in the Plate at Sandown on Saturday. He started in the race, and made a sorry exhibition. Lam. bert had the mount and he got away at the tail of the field, and appeared to hang right back behind his horses. When well into the straight the Derby colt was ridden with some show of vigor, and ran into second nlro hphind Roanev. I must con fess I cannot understand why the colt was entered, and, when entered, why started. The stake was only worth [6o to the winner, the betting was naturally cramped, as there was nothing to boat, and it took the winner 1.17 to get over ...
SLUTTONY IS A CARDINAL SIN. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
GLUTTONY IS A CARDINAL SIN. By Dr. Frank Crane. Most people are gluttons. A glutton Is one who eats more than he needs. - When the amount you eat passes beyond the necessary to keep body and mind in a lit coltdliton, you become a gluttott. It is an ugly word. That Is because It stands for an ugly thlng. Th'ere is :a great moralt benefit It calling your faults by their shortest ttnd clearest inanle. You will be more liable to be ashamlted of yourself if you call that ttuntroltl of y'ours a lie instead of Ilan e\aiosion ad yourself a liar ilsmtead of a diloilnat. 13ie snoothl andtl polite to others, for that you shloul; biut be hard and hotest with yourself. (Overeating ldoes probably miore harm thtan oler-drinilngi. Not that it is worse. buti that It tafecls ttore leople. Thousatnds vlwho doi not thlinki alcoholic liquors at all gorge Iithemselves withl useless footd. .tanyt so-called temtllerante peeolle regularly poisonl themselves with su. perfluous food. O\vereantini is not merel...
BERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
BERWICK. . The Progress Associat~ion at Bea consfield are deputationing the P.M.G. this week to have their tele phone connected ,ith the trunk line nther than through the Blerwick lcext month the Maternit. Home Next month the Maternity Home at Beaconsfield will be in full swing. About 4o babies with their respective Smothers are to be transferred there. In the meantime the committe are busily engaged in making every preparation for their somewhat numerous family. The Berwick cricket club has de Scided to run an entertainment on 21st inst., to supplement their exchequer. SIt is over two years rince they made any call on the public. SSub-Inspector Costello, who has just been appointed to charge of this Sdistrict, visited the local station for Sthe first time on W\ednesday of last Sweek. Needless to say, he found everything in apple pie order. Quite a number of properties are changing hands here of late. New comers replace those out going, and still the world wags on. MrIs Ha:rri son h...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
ORICKET. On Wednesday last the match arranged between Clyde C.C. and a Melbourne Cricket Club eleven took ground.--On account o"^the rain play was not commenced until after lunch, when Clyde occupied the wicket. Their score of 160 was con sidered a very creditable perform ance considering the treacherous state of the wicket. Seven Mel bourne batsmen were dismissed for a total of 200 odd runs, but the score would have been much smaller had all the chances in the field been accepted. Scores :--Mitchell, c, b Iremonger 2o, Hillbrick, c, b Ire monger 39, Landale, c, b Rogerson o, Hunter c Fry b Rogerson I, Ken nedy, c, b Iremonger 16, White stpd Fry b Levien 12, H-. Richardson, c, b Levien io, Hardy b Iremonger o, Cog'lill, c, b Iremonger 3, Jno. Richardson not out 17, Duff, c, b Rogerson 34; sundries I1. Total 163. Clyde v. Berwick-This match was commenced on the Berwick ground on Saturday last. Clyde having first use of the wicket were dismissed for the small total of 70 runs. Berwick...
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
METHI-ODIST CHURCH. The Homnie Mission Society of the Methodist Church in Victoria has made wonderful progress under the direction of the Rev. Colonel Holden, who has been the organising secre tary for the last eleven years. T'he last year's iucome reached the sum of £9737/I7/t. Included in this was the sum of £1384/4/ii maintenance for the Children's Hlome at Chelten ham, and Q1664/3_5 for building purposes for the same. The Society maintains over eighty home mission aries, who are labouring in the distant and scattered parts of the State. It also employs a number of missionary sisters who do invaluable work in tile slumrs of thecity. It has set apart a chaplain for the 13enevo lent Institution of Melbourne, in the person of the Rev. Geo. Schofield, a former minister of the Dandenong circuit; and also an Inmmigration chaplain in thie Rev. G. S. Lloyd, who also was a minister for some years in the Dandenong circuit. The work of the Home for Neglected Children at Cheltenham is also u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 February 1914
\' TIIERTON COLLEGE. - Classes S resume at St. James' schoolroom, Thursdsy, Fe,. t2, 19t..--H. M. Veal, Principal. ANDENONG Gas Co.-Tar and Coke D for sale in any quantity at the works. Gas stoves inserted whether you light your rooms or not, AONDENONG Fire Brigade Sports.i JJ Easter Monday, April !3. Write for programmes. A. E. Clink, T. Carrol, joint hion, secs. .INAI. Notice for debts due may be had at the Advertiser oattice for 25 for 216. \Vhy pay 5] to a Melbourne canvasser ? IOOK 00 ! Bargains. - Reject timber, j paints etc., suitable for sheds, to clear at low prices. Also medium draught horse, splendid uorker; light spring cart. A. Kingsbury, and late E. and J. Ordish, timber merchtant, etc., Dandenong M1R Ba trker Moloney, ex.M II.t., will address the rublic on the Organisa tion of the L.abor DaLily Newspaper, f;om Ioyal ltotel balcony on Friday evening, February 13th. J. J. Gearon, sec. I'.L.C. I SS SSTOKES, -Rotd street,- registered 1 '1 Teacher, Music and Needlework, re...
CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
CGRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL 'The montihly meeting of the above k:was held on Saturday. Present: All the councillors, the president (Cr Greaves) occupying the chair. Finance. Accounts amounting to [63o 16s :'Sd were passed for payment. Correspondence. . From Chief Secretary, stating that when a public holiday is proclaimed for races schools do not close, and the Education department may de cide whether schools may close on show days. All public offices are entitled to close on dates proclaimed public holidays,-- Received. F,- rom Country Roads 3oard, stat ing that the term "metal" is to Sinclude gray, 1 or any other approved material used as maintenance.-Re Sceived. From Public WVorks department, 5'desiring report of local Board for z9i3.-To be supplied. From Victorian Railways, stating that overbhead bridge at Clydle would be undertakcn during the financial year, 1914 z5.-Received. From Geographical Society, seek ing information re historics of pl ce names.-- Names of local pioneer re...
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. A painful accident happened to a young man named Herbert Munday, son of Mr Harry Munday, Dandonong, on Tuesday morning. The young fel low was engaged outting firewood in Mr McKibbin's paddook, on the Cran bourne road, when the aroe slipped, making an ugly gash across thebo right foot, almost severing some of the toes. The fonot was bound up, and the pstient conveoyod to Dandenongs, where sn d?ntorer ? wu[- soo~no-- o-on-l`nrs" et1 again. .A Cohussott :bhit ao:m ll oyj nla+ved a n+ .rjved lhisits l " ihe sa? he nlew al ateji the hI?loiess, to haul tihe lobter pote, - whll:cll he had many s:t abot the rocks oh thalt place. Upon Pauldy returning from hlb first trip he was met by his employer, who w-. malchl r.tonishcd at not seeing an:" lob sters tt the dory, and upon inqllliri:, the reason, was srpris._d at the reply tllhat " they wa' none of thimn ripe, for thley all was green, on! I threw thllim ??ler.mlid 5l'.u."
DANDENONG METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
DANDENONG METIROOUIST CHUROBCH. In connection with the above, the Home Mission Society hold services in the Church, Dandenong, on Sunday and Mlonday, and there were largo atten dances on each occasion. On Sunday the services wvere condoucted by tne Pas tor of the Church, the Rev. J. Trat ham, and the Rev. C. WV. Atkinson, M.A. On Monday evening the Homo Mission meeting was held, when an in teresting address, "England in an Australian's Eyes, was griven by the Rev. Mr Atkinson, to a largo and ap preciative audience. The church choir rendered special musio.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
ORICKET. A meeting of delegates of the Dan denong and Berwick Associotion was held at the Club Hotel on 10th Fob, Mlr W. Harvey Bmith in the char. The arrangements for semi-finals wore made as follows :-Dandenong B v. Kalora Park at Dandonong (old ground); umpires Messrs W. Purdy and Hal Taylor. Dandenoog A v. (,lyde, at Berwick; umpires Major Henry and Mir E. Williams. Sup: porters of both teams are requested to bring supplies for afternoon tea to Berwick. Olye v. Berwick-This match was con. eluded on the Berwick ground on Saturday, 'nd resulted in a 3 point win for Clyde by 3 wickets and 188 runs. The fine batting of Twyford, who secured 151 runs, not out, In Olydc's second innolngs, was a feature of tbhe match. Scores : - Olyde.- Firot innolngs- Twyford b Paternoster 22, Dullff a VWhtesldo b Edubohle 5, Hunter b t'nternoster 0, Lan. dale c Loveridgo b HIlllbrick 12, Lecky b Hillbrlck 0, Stick a Loveridgq h Warno 10 Ohurchill b Illbrick 7, llcKty b Warno 9, Hardy not out 0; extras...