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KOOWEERUP SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
KOOWEERUP SPORTS. Mr HIughio Bourke is out with his programnmeo of sports for St. Patrick's Day at Kooweerop, and there are 20 events on the programme, which ap pears in full in the advertising columns. Entries for the principal events close on Saturday, March 7th, and entries and handicaps will appear in tho " Advertiser" mn due course. The Irish Pipors Band, which gave so much pleasuro last year, has been en gaged for the occasion, and merry-go rounds, swings, and numerops side shows will be engaged for the amuse mont of the children. In addition thero will be races for boys and girls, and plenlty of amusement betwoen the events. The pony racing is a feature of the meetoing. Admission to the wholo shoiv is only Is. There will be a grand ball in thebo public hall in the evening, Mcsars 3. Morrison and J. O'Neil being the joint hen. secre taries.
INDIANS IN NATAL ONLY COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
INDIANS IN NATAL ONLY COURSE. Replying to an address to-day from he nghajana Sabha (Indian Mercantile .W-lLUL. adle a d r as Provln ter s ?.araAs eori-tsponlub1"nr~l---fr-sw "Dally News" of November 27), sald: The position of Indians In South Africa has for some years past received the most anxious consideration of the Indian Government, which is doing all In its power to ensure them fair treat inent. The Union Act of which you complair has In practice the' effect of putting, a stop to Asiatic emigration to South Africa, although it does not discrimin ate in so many words against Asiatics. We, however, succeeded in securing the privilege of entry for a limited number of educated Indians annually. We also specially endeavored to secure as favorable terms as possible for the Indians already resident in the Union, and our efforts resulted In the Inclusion of provisions for the right of appeal to the courts on points of law and the definition of the word domlcile in accordance with whic...
CHAIRMAN'S MOTOR CAR DIGNITY OF POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
CHAIRMAN'S MOTOR CAR DIGNITY OF POSITION Surviving a steady fire of ridicule, the proposal of the Moderates to supply the chairman of the London County Council with an oficia motor-car wasn passed at a meeting of the Council yesterday (says "The Daily News" of December 17). The car is to be hired at a cost of £.420 a year. It is to support the dig nlty of the chairman's oflc and assist him to be received in "a fitting man ner" on ceremonial occasions. Mr Stanley Holmes, who moved the reference hack of the proposal, won dered what the .Mloderate Party would have said seven years ago it the Pro gressives had suggested the provision of such a car. "How they would have talked," he said, " of the 'VWastrels' ' Palace, to which the ''Wastrels'' chairman would drive in his 'Wastrels'' motor-car." The General Purposes Committee sug the Lord Mayor's coach? -Or would there be some symbol on the bonnet of the car, representing the name of the chairman? The names of Mr Cobb, MIr Dove, and othei...
ART OF COOKING FLAVORINGS OF FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
ART OF COOKINi I FLAVORIGs OF FL?OVJRS Havlng attacked nearly every settled idea in art, music, poetry, and dress, the Futurists are now trying to under mine our tastes in food (says the "Daily News"). They begin their con spiracy by telling us flatly that for over four centuries thlere has not been a now" dish invented. Mr Jules Manlcave, the Futurist chef, who is responsible for this declaration, comes of cooking stock. His father and grandfather were chefs, and his brother ic a chef. Mr Manicavo accuses ordinary x po nents of the art of cooking to-day of having tied themselves to the fetish of bay-leaf, parsley, mint, thyme, and nnions for ilavorlngs, to tho complete neglect of the rose, the violet, the lily of the valley, the lilac, and the ver Y",ou cannot Imagine what a chicken a la lily of the valley is like,' ho cries in ecstasy-but it sounds highly appe The Futurist chef has been advised | by a doctor at Nice, where he is now cooking, to bring his now art to Eng land. Perha...
GERMAN UNEMPLOYED [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
GERMAN UNEMPLOYED According to the report of 16 of the larger trade unions. 3 per cent. of their members were unemployed at the end of November. the total being 51.303 (says the Berlin correspondent of "The Daily News.") This is again a considerable increase compared with October. At 309 public labor exchanges there were 219 male applicants per 100 vacancies, and 139 female. The number of members of the State Insurance Committees pay ing premiums-that is, men in work decreased by over 30,000 during the month. The serious condition of housing In the villages of Wurtemberg is shown by the report of the State housing in spectors for 1911-1913. During the pe riod under review 34,000 dwellings, or 7 per cent. of the total accommodation. in 1727 communities were challenged, and declared unfit for human habita, tion, overcrowding and insanitary con ditilons being the chief causes. It is stated that the conditions were much worso in country villages than In towns and lcities. Uninhabitable ...
POTTED MUSIC TIME'S GREAT CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
POTTED MUSIC T6nl '. GREAT CHANGE. Only a few y ear ago a piano was little more than a piece of furniture, aaY9 the "Atlantic Monthly.,, Sometimes the daughter of house tlnklo sc the dsales upon it, oracolo lgian o th Pounded out "Whistling ;Rf," or the n-- .. .... 'ut for the rmo0 . Post" majestic, l t part it stood silent, estifyin ithn Inanimate footman Sw Polished rosewood to the opulence and taste of its possessor That is all chan-- nw Pianosssre no loner selentn nged now; pianos are ated l nesin t thankto the perfor ated muSic-roll they give tongue un ceasingly: To' . ongue un ban atreet o' walk down a aubur n a summer's evening is to take an aural bath In the history Of cottage afterough the open windows Scagfter cottage float the com Positon8 of Bach. Sousa, Chaminade, ChOPin, Moszkowski, Wagner Puccini' Zehar, and Ethelbert Nevin all ming ling in one stunning pot-pourri. One cannot make a 1imple after-dinner call without Paying tribute to the Player PianO which is one's hos...
A NEW EVENING WRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
A NEW EVENING WRAP. This is a very up-to-date design for an evening wrap, yet it is so simple that the most inexperienced home dressmaker can make it. The body of the wrap is in two pieces only. without a seam under the arms. There is hardly an armhole, and there is cer tainly noth:ng to crush the frallest of frocks. The collar may have a deep square or rounding outline at the back, and may be of all-over lace or corded silk. The wrap may be made in faced cloth, velvet, charmeuse or ottoman silk. ,M. Thorp and Co., sole agents, 191 Collins-strLot, Melbourne, have But terlck's paper pattern 5715, in sizes from 32 to 44 inches bust measure. Price, lld. posted.
FIRES WITHOUT FLAMES [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
FIRES WITHOUT FLAMES Aptiaratus that wtil help firemen to ov\'ercom.ne dltllculties of fightling "lre without Ilames" is to be introduced in l.ontton subject to the approval of the County Council (says "The Daily Ex press). The lFire Brigade Comlninttee propose thle frrmatlion of two special corps of mierl wvo would devote practically all their tinle to malntaining and using ~lmoko helmet aplparatus. They suggest that the smoke helmets In use, whichll have not been very suc cessful. shoulld hobe withdrawn, and that two motor appliances specially fitted comniittee, "by syCcially seleccted nmen." They suggest tat thle appllance should carry dlyntmlnlo land portableo searchlRilhts. ox'ygen reviving appoara tus, and electric fans for blowing air Into places where dense smoke and polsolnous gases exist.
ATTEMPTS TO BRIBE [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
ATTEMPTS TO BRIBE The Smethwick police (says " rhe Daily Express") have in custody a London man who is charged under tile Corrupt Practices Act witt approaci : lg c Penningtaon, captain of the Wcst i-. Bromwlch Albion football, team, and offering him £55 it he would arrange :~ ~ ~~n-i~ . .. . ., ,,, val-jnn re,SUltL hnt monev in gaoll to Pennington. He was arrested asa he was about to enter a motor-car, and will be brought beforhe the magistrates to-day. Another attempt woaes aine by a nman whose identity Is unknown to bribe Frank mnackh, captaiW n of thie nlr iltinghanl team. Wontack was playing billiards at 'hle SDringield Socianl Chluh and IntitUlte, Sparkhllt. when .a message was sent to him that h e was wantedt by a "gentle man dowvnstairs.'" who Itad arrived It a ntetor-car. The stranger said to htim. "Can you arrange for the matchl against Grhtsby to be a drawe'' At thte satne titc lte offered Vomnack a cheque for £57/10. which w:s refus?ed. The math asked Wotnack to reconsid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
PHIENIXX ASSURANGE GO. -"- LTD. ESTD. 1782. FIRE-: A001DENT. EMPLOYERS LIABILITY. OSSES PAID EXCEED £85,ooo,ooo. Loee? by BUi FIRlES and by LIONITIIII n rado good by thid Company. AGENiTS WANTED. vmrAN 461 io47 BOURKE ST., Omi?A MELOURr,. DALOgTY h CO. LTD.. AGENTL TO NEWS3PAPER PROPRIETORS. SECOND-HAND TYPE CASES (In Good Order), Lower and Upper, Double and Treble. For Sale, Cheap. COUNTRY PRESS CO-OPERATIVE CO. LTD, THE EXCHANGE, MELBOURNE. POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We buy by live weight. Crates lent No Commission or Cartage Charged. Chickens, Duckling. 7d. Old Fowl, from 2/6 to 5/- DaIr, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND & SONS, SENNITT'S FREEZING WORKB, MELBOURNE. GIIL AN)) IOGUS BURGLARY An Italian serving mahl, Tins Risa iltl, found tied to the banisters-al a house in Port~mouth avenue. Tliamec Dltton, confessed to the theft of 'it front her nlistress, Mrs Fox Ma,.rler W OFD DVICE IAWrhf l HEA!;;;'d~T I;;~ A~r~t3 CLOSER SETTLEMENT FARM ALLOTMENTS APplication is In...
HUMBLE POTATO [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
HUMBLE POTATO Arrangements are being made in France for the oelebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the death of Parmeiitler, whose name is insep arably associated with the introduc tion of potatoes as a popular comes tible. Louis Louis XVI. promised to help him to launch them by giving a ban quet at which they were to be served as an attractive novelty; but the Royal cook unfortunately misunderstood the instructions given to him. Instead of boiling the tubercles, he cooked the leaves as a kind of cabbage. The courtiers, after trying every imaginable sort of condiment with the preparation, pronounced the dish de testable, and declared that no per suasion would induce them ever to taste it again. Inquiry, however, detected the error which had been made, and a second experiment brought the new delicacy into high favor.
PERFORMING ANIMALS CRUELTIES IN TRAINING [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
PERFORMING ANIMALS CRUELTIES IN TRAINING Many allegations were made against trainers at a meeting held last night in the Kensington Town Hall to pro test against cruelty to performing animals (reports "The Daily Telegraph" December 16). The audience, of whom the majority were ladies, Indicated un mistakably that they felt strongly, on the matter; but a few of those present, headed by Captain Woodward and Mr Ginnett, made vigorous protests against certain of the charges of the speakers on the ground of their vagueness. A number of letters were read from "fifenc' of all perfbrmances that In volve helpless animals in wanton suf fering. Mr C. Bernard Shaw: A performing mnimal trained by kindness would be lust as intolerable and unnatural a spectacle as one trained in the usual way. Mr Jerome K. Jerome: My objection to the performing quadruped is the in jury he causes to the human biped. rhey degrade every human being con nected with them. Others who wrote were the Duke of Hamilton, Arch...
BOY IN SIGNAL-BOX ENGINEDRIVER IN TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
BOY IN SIONAL-BOX ENGINEDRIV-3R IN TRAP. The report of 'Lleutenan t-Colonei ruitt, who held the Board of Trade nuiry Into the accident at St. ?a Station, Liverpool On October 1 n? , v six Persons were 'killed and 63 In, DY it train dshng Into a stationuary train, was Issued Yesterday (says -The D Maill" of December 171 accident the booking boy in the Cen tral Station signal-box was working the block instruments, and Signalman . lThompson mistaking a signal which the boy took. admitted the colliding train. Driver Millward of the colliding train had stated that he ran into the train ln front of him I-lthout seeing anything. (St. James's Station Is a nmall station in the open between two nnels.)npector ,MIdland drivers, the inspector states. fOOtplatG, and the signals being on the left hand side qilliward depended on his fireman to look out for the signals. "I donsider that Driver Millward only failed to stop before reaching the home signal becaus it was impossible to see it; and It "e...
RAPID LIFE NO TRUE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
RAPID LIFE Li NO TRUE SOCIETY. Life has become extremely sens. tional and "rap" on It s outer surfae 1te 0me in, where the element cf en"quetism" hIn the generation and g enerations which preceded ours, ha, aIkener a ppet reater restlessness and mkeen therethe tofor show and -mo;e Spiritual restlessness keeps pace w th hs sp~hysical Ins tablltY A cloud of new iotrfnes, expedients remedies, enthus the pertu?r? .?dmi nd exhalations of a tiar to keep men's minds on endas ?hch they really desire; so50!on tured the ntelligence, and .so per turbed t conscence, of the directing or the enjOying multitude hartecnes cauoraictelae ahd light OUr times. Poultle are becoming sin-,,o o 3ariy bitter In their ezpression - highly organised in their form. but t&n idng lines o parties are ot very desire the good all men professedly Ooetly see or do noters; buWant do not t attain it. and on the whlte.d howt think it necessar~Y to attain it o notb .these meii: iind bufekj~. iidatrt~ world is at o...
IMMORALITY AND TRADE STATEMENT BY SOCIAL PURITY WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
IMMORALITY AND TRADE STATEMENT BY SOCIAL PURITY WORKERS. "We have to regret that the great boom in trade which has, more or less, affected every part of the kingdom in the past year has led to an increase of immorality." This striking state ment occurs in the annual report of the Central South London Free Church Council-Social Purity, Rescue, and Temperance Sections. "Although there has been a slight Increase in the number of prosecu "tiensa, the re.. . aebethe edport also states, "we have been glad to recognlse not only n Unprcedently small number o )d!echargeab but also a U ember aucty in the number r deerndaleng soltors who ve ventured theldn ViCeson behal f t m r ser and criminal- of the msdcmeanant. charged,,"..... who have been Sister Margaret's rescue work eon tinues to prosper. For the past vear It represents thesaving of 58 girls en the brink ?1 T1? n and the rescue of 61 ?o vlI'- --'.. ? e?e f,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
Disordered Liver. ' 'or dicorders of the liver and stomach there ia no better medicine than Chnamber. lain's Tnablete," writes Mra M rgaret J. \Vat. son, E:meral, Q. ' I eL:fflered with bad head, achtsecau.ed by a dieordeled liver, Henring my cuslomers slpak so highly of Chamber, lain's Tulets, I thought I would try what they would do for me. After the first few doses 1 noticed an imlrovemenet, and after I bad taken a couple of bxes, foundl myself quitn rellevet of headaches, which lave not returncd."--Sold by all storcthepets and chemists. Repaire Neatly Executed. J. MIONTI, Bootmaker, Lonsdale Street, Dandenong. (Two Doors Lnom Ilo3al leoel). Men's, Soled and Heeled, 3t 6d : Ladle,' do. 2 1 I; Punmps do, 3 6 I ; ,ien's, hand sawn, 5. All Eorts of hand sewn boots made to order SRepairs while you wait. P. J. MOLONEY Opp. Post Office, Danidenong, SOLE Representative for Dandenong of the Bilvertown Coy., which is instltiling Electric Lirht for the Dandeuong Council, will call on house...
POTATO DIGGER AT KOO[?]WEE RUP [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
POTATO DIGGE t (tfbh WEE RU Much interest has beencv during the past few )years by potato growers generally in all potato dig ging contrivances which have como under their nqtice, and, in one or two cases, machines have found their way into Bunyip and other surround ing districts. With fairly light crops in view this year, and large areas sown, coupled with the high cost of digging, it is therefore small wonder that when word found its way across from Carrum that a digging machine was doing good work therb, much in terest should be engendered amongst the KIooweerup farmers. A trial was arranged for by the Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Com pany, and this took place on Tuesday, 27th January, first at MIr T. Bould's farm, and then on the farm of Mr \W. E. Mills, about ui miles fromi the Koowcerup Station. There was a splendid gathering of farmers, who practically to a man expressed themselves as satisfied that at least the digging problem was solved. Several machines were...
ALPINE JOY PARADISE OF SNOWS [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
ALPINE JOY PARADISE OF SNOWS glacWho tat heet the seven miles oa dlco ta e scended in one n broken nmotion9" eae1r ml oun in the course of ask Mr Arno ld Lunn Cornidl MaIRmzina'atil i h S"o Mlope was so even and Unchang. Ig that he seemed to be standing still while tihe vall glided upwards and ...the lounding cliffs moved by to a stately measure. Then slowly the earth lost Its swiftness There was a s1ight pressure on the soles of his feet, as the glacier stopped moving and the snows cam..e to rest. But these things " can never look from the windows ola rca hotel out on to tile snowsw of ol adventure wi ithout a quickenilng of tie fulse te an over.-mastering de sire for tile secret and--,ilent dvlleys w.here y-.k__ ?r aul aly and .h 1 ,rk2 cease from troubling .nd the turkey trots no more. Just as surely a autumn calls the swallow daytile Southr so the shortening of the dlLys carries it warrant from the white Paradise Whose magic casements reveal some vision or ultimate beauty. " Sk ...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
he; Great Montamor • Case. ABs LICE Mf. DIEHL, Authoress of "The Knare of Hearts," CHAPTER VII.--Continued. "Stoph " crie d Gwendolen, fiercely. :She was deadly pale. She gasped for Lbrdat. "How you, who are no more tlk alntaMor than I am, dare to .!lk as you are talking, shorws me that you deserve no mercy from any One, least of all from me--me, who am -bound to protect the name of my 'dead cousin Robert, whom you pre tend to be, whom you insult and out. rage by Pretending to be. if It costs ma MY life. Understand, hoid docu. nents 'Which must bring you to pris on ifor years-formerly they would have brought you to the gallows. The best thing you can do is to " Tae leaving a conre- can do . isto ---go-- lealavon of your crime as anIatonemient for your qf- , ghastn ly, his featre dran aecnd ".Mladaml you must be mad." he safd. staring" at her with Puzzled an prehensionl. "You--hold----?ocfimcnt s --whleh w~ould bring me--moe--to Pi~rson? "D~,o yo knob" ?'hat y~ou are saying? \V'hy"-l...