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WOMEN PLUMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
WOMEN PLUMBERS While 86 women are described in the latest census returns in Great Brit aln, as plumbers, it is significant that all but nine arp widows. The fact seems to be that of practical women plumbers there are none. The 86 wo men in the census returns are either managing the business of their late husbands or are in partnership with relatives. There is only one woman plumber in the Post-office Directory, and a "Daily News" representative, inquir Ing at her place of business at Plm tico, gathered that while she was fully capable of doing the work of a prac tical man, having learned in the course of many years all that a plumber should know. she wa0 not prepared to undertake the actual manual labor in. separable from that occupation. IPlumbing is a man's Work. The rep. thre atretIo was reminded. and while there are women who are known as decorators, or otherwise connected With trades usually regardd as essen trahy occupaton " for found thaat itn for men, It will be rougher work...
Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
Olearing Sale. Adamson, Strottlo & Co. Prop. Ltd. report holding a clearing sale on Fri- day, Feb. 6, on account Mr E. H. Wheeler, Harkaway, when they dis- posed of his cattle, horses, implements, etp., to a good attcndance of buyers,
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
TENNIS. Fern Tree Gully v. Mitchsm-A molt in. tecresting and excienug match took place between Fern Tree Gully and lMitcham on baturday last on the beautifully situated court at Lower Fern Tree Goully. Eachgnme end set was contested most keoenly, each side wionlog most of their service games. On the completion of 7 sets the game stood-Mit chamin 4 sets, Gally S sele. Then came the concluding set. The Gully reeresentatives were-Harry Dobson and 2l1es Mary Lord ing. Each game was strenuously contested; each side winning in turn; the Gally pair fighting to win the set and avert defeat, which they succeeded in doing by 2 gamas the match ending in a draw amid great oexciltement, Most of the good work on the Gaily side was done by H, Jobson, L, Ball, L, Dawklps, and Mises Mary and 1Edlie Lording. One noticeable feature was the youth of those players mentioned, nearly all betni, under 20 years of age. The F. T. Gully team visit Dandenong next Saturday.
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 February 1914
SO RA PS. On our fourth page will be found the report of the Cranbourne Shire Council; also trial of the " Eclipse" potato digger at Koo Wee Rup. Mr C. F. Affleck, secretary, is out with his prize list for tile WVarragul show, to take place on Wednesday, March 4th, and good prize money is offered. There is a high jump for horses of '5, but only 3os is offered for pony high jump. This might well be increased, as the first prize for a Yorkshire hog is 3os, and surely a high jump competition among champion ponies is much more interesting and popular with the public. Entries close with the secre tary, \Varragul, on Saturday, Feb. 28th, but late entries will be received up to 3rd IMarch, on payment of late fees. Prize lists may be had at this ofhice. In connection with the Church of England, Koo-wee-rup, a grand show of flowers, fruits and farm and garden produce, is to ble held on t7th April, which gives ample time for prepara tions. The annual show of the Pakenham and District Fruit an...
REMARKABLE RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
RIEMlARKABLE RECORD The diamond jubilee of the Rev. Samuel Harding, of the Portman street United Free Church Mission Hall, Glas gow, has Just been celebrated (says "Tho W'estminster Gazette.") Mr Harding, in acknowledging the gift of a purse of sovereglsns. la..~ls? Ty¢- :" .?J--.l.o ,?· ~rrb l?.,h, wit illness, had never had a doctor attend him, had never partaken of medicine of any kind, and never even had the toothache. It is melanchloly to think that this, which ought to be the normal state of things, is now becoming so rare that when it happlenLs to exist, the mere casual mention of it is regarded as worthy of note. So happy a condition is certainly enviable.
WOMEN FOR LAND WORK OF CO-OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
WOMIEN FOR LAND WORK OF CO-OPERATION Viscountess Falmouth presided at the annual meeting of the Women's Agricultural and Hortlcultural Inter national Union held yesterday after noon (December 4, says "The Daily News") by permission of the Earl and Countess of Meath at S3, Lancaster gate. In the course of an address Lady Falmnouth observed that educated wo men with a knowledge of scientific ag rlculture and horticulture could do apart from their own work a great deal of work in the country-side in educating their poorer neighbors. She thought also that women were splendid pioneers in the work of agricultural co-operation, which was going to be Secrsnt thins in ti'. C'l~tlt' • ·I?. operation the small holder could not make his small holding pay. Speaking onr the report, the hIon. secretary said they had recently re ceived a communication from an em ployer, who said he needed a help to look after his books when in the gar den. "She must not be very young, and above all, must have no pr...
"HAMLET" IN ARIZONA. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
"HAMLET" IN ARIZONA. When they don't like a play in Arizona they don't like it, no matter who was its. author. A travclling company recently ,ave " Hamlet" in an Arizona town, and the following notice of the event appeared in thoe local plmper :-"Acomp'any of dufflers gave a show lasat night at Barney Illl'a 'They played a dizzy snap called 'IamnIet.' \\We nerer heard of thie dnurama before, and we never want to see it( again. It is the snidest thing in the way of a show we Over fell up against. There ain't no horses, siunging, fighting, or dancing ill the whole bllame shebang. There was a lively dog light in thie middle of the play flint was a great success. Tile actors were not killed, bkt the duck that played l amlect' was tarred and feathered.
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
RtECIPES. HIaricot Bean Soup.-Take one pound of heanus ani soak them for thirty-six housa in cold water. Put theom in a pst with two ounces of fat aeon orI ntable spoonful of drip pin,. Let all boil, then add two onions, a small turnip, and one sltalk of celery with t n pinch of cartothate of sodan. Iloil for three hours, rullb all tllrou h a straillner, except the sk!its of the beans, add tivo breakfast cups of tmilk with peltper and salt to taste, warm all up and serve--no salt to be pat in until the beano are quite done. Gerntan Sop.-pl'ot Ihalf a pound of nec tf tnolItlnl wsell washel into a pot with two qiarts antl a half of water. Wheit boiling. add fotr potatoes, two onions of good size, one laize carrot grated, tihe onions anil pota. toes to, le finely choppeld, and a tenspoonful salt addled, and let these boil two hours. Then wash a teacurpful of rice, adtd it to thie soup antd boil half an hour longer. Season to taste andl the souP is ready. sootp STOcK. Bone a leg or slit...
Love Songs of the North. SERENADE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
Love Songs or the North. ?. i RRENADE° The late moon lingers behind the hill, - Sleeps the world in its slumbrous gleam. Thy vines lean close, thy birds are still, The white rose dreams on thy window sill And the rill ripples in its dream. Then let the downy, white wings of sleep, On thy tender eyelids drooping, S eal thy rest with touches soft and deep; In the dowe thy white acaias sleep That with burden of bloom are stooping. Dream on, though thy lover lingers hele, In envy of favor'd roses That climb to thy windlow and he so near, And the maonlight that wsithout afear S : May enter where love reposes. .. But is sleep thy lovely eyelids eoee, Or if waking's dreams be dearer, S Then let some loving thought of rae Slip 'twixt thy lids and sleep to be , A bond to hold thy lover nearer. Dream on of me, oih miy Love, dream on, Till the rose of day is brealiog, : : Till thle drooping moon has slipt and gone, Though thy p~aeful sleep that comes at dawn When:only t5h, birdd are waking. Dr...
Parlor Magic. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
Parlor Inagic. A hat is borrowed; likewise a cigar. The performer breathes on the latter to mes merize it, and declares that when so mcs. merised he can compel it to stand upright on S the crown of th halt. oIe endeavors to make it stand up accolrdingly, at first without sui ccss, but presently the cigar does actually stand upright, self.supported, on the crown. At comnmandl it will bow to the company, salute the ladies on the right the ladies no" the left, and so on. The performer then asks f, r a little music, and begins to move the hat about, still crown upward, first in one hand Sthen in the other. The cigar retains its vertical pesition, but sways about, sometimes to one side, sometimes to the other, us if endeavoring to keep time to the music. At Lany moment the performer can request n spectator to take the cigar from the hat and to satisfy himself that it is not nattached in any way. The seeming mystery rests on the S use of a very simple piece of apparatus--a little rod abou...
PROF. BROM. WHYTE. He Finds an Appreciative Audience. LIBERTYVILLE, WHICH IS STILL IN THE STATE OF ARKANRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
: PROF. lBRtOi. WIIYTE. He Finds an .Appreciative Audience. LInERTITILLE, WHICI IS STILL ( IN TIlE STATE OF AREANISAW. EDITOR FREE PnEss--Snekccss is mine I I opened here last night with my grand ag gregashun to one of the most apprcshintive aujences of the sezun. The cream of society was present; likawise more or less nuilk. Time hall hnd skcerccly bin throne open be4 the populace crowdesl in, and the Dodo was at once the centre of attrackshun. A good nmany of 'emc had never seen a Dodo, ansd only a few of 'em had come preparedl for the surprise. There was a fat man in lsttle green clozo who seemed to have some doubts at fint., oe histed up hiis spectacles and tnook a long look and asked: " Is he a carnivens animull" "He air," 1 replide. ' If thlere is a car. niveruser objick in the State of Arkansaw I want to buy him for $200. * To which periud does the Dodo belongt" " To the olsl Wh'g periud." " I thort," says 1he, as a wave of sorrer pas sed over his brow, "that the Dodo bekame ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
PHIENIX ASSURANCE CO, LTD, ESTD. 1782, S -:FIRE. AOOIDENT. EMPLOYERS" LIABILITY. (OsES PAID EXCEED 88 5000,000 S Loas. bo BUSH FIRES and by LMNThIRO a a mrade good by thle Company. AGENTS WANTED. o 461 To 471 BOURKE ST., SMELBOURNE. DALOCITY CO, LTD.. AOISTI As the time npproahted for the start of the footer motch betoeen the WVtloughby Wnsro' and the Tretm Oaks. thle home captolol ons seen fecerithlv coullt log the stprctntors. There were too errmnl-orov, a Territorial. o ehlmnoy-swerp, a *ew t nuret,-nmald, a narvy out on strike. loth tCnats appeared on the geld, bot tho number of epectatora did not Inrease. At last. It despair, tho home eap tatn shouted: "There won't be any match to-dny! e oceratch!' . .ot nollseee'" naid tile oppoong skohipper. c?rtch: Wot for?" "We'll tolve to!" extolt?lcd the other. In agontled tones. "We ain't took eouogh gobo-money to get t' ball oat o" panwn!" Wllllo. agedl fit., had becn warned not to eat mlnce-pli n or f uper. but Inoiute? on htaing n pie...
KOO WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
KOO WEE RUP. I am pleased to write that Mr J. Hudson, who has been under the care of Dr. Hatkness, of Lang Lang, owing to injuries received from a kick by a horse, is now quite well again. Our progressive fe'low townsman Mr Albert Woodman, has joined the auctioneering firm of Messrs Witham and Poynter, and L;:.:-ld prove an energetic partner. TheI local station master and his Sstaff are having a busy time at the - station, the prcduce and 'goods re ceived and despatched being very heavy. Further goods and platform accommodation is much required, and the local shire coun." represen tatives should agitate and ask the Rail\,ay department to make inm p'rovements. This station pays hand somely, and it is its due to be more fully tecogniscd. A sum ot£'4,ooo has been placed on the estimates for Nvnr station. and we should have a The nonuanl sho of the Lang Lang Agricultural Society was held in the capacious yards, contiguous to the town and railway station, on Thursday l?st. and was in eve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
|0!i sale--A hand scwnig machine, (Sinzr-) in perfect order, Miss HIol gate. I.on-dale street, Dandenong. 'O1. \'ih:rills, tanks, pumps, troughs, . milk andl cream cans, etc, try A. lKingsbury, general plumber, manufacturing tinsmith ant tankmaker, Dantdenllollg, frices right. plNA\L Notice for debts dIuc may he had Sat thie Advertiser otlice for 25 for -/6. W.hy pa2y 5/to a Melibourne canas.:er ? I NcoM t Tax tetrn..- Reminder ,to my ,I . Clientrs. Farniers and IBuioness Men IReturns Must 1~ In .t March. Mr.l E -iHope, opp. P,0., t)andeinong., 1 OOU1 ! ltargains. - Reject timber. 4i paints etc . suiitable for sheds, to clear at lowi prices. Also m-ldium draught htorse, splendid worker ; light spring cart, A. 1ingsbury, and late E. and J. Ordish, tiniber mcrchint, etc.. I)andenong Li STl on Ie',. I1, ,n the road froiti (; arfili-l railnway statioin it Xash Itros ' st'a mills.--1 litggy tr?g, intluhding at blanket aud other articles. "Aty persont returning same, or givitt, irtformati...
STOLEN PICTURE RECORD OF ACCUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
STOLEN PICTURE RECORD OF ACCUSED. Perugia's pretence that he stole the 'iloconda" from the Louvre with a :lew restoring some of the master badly chosen tsay~s ig Na Xp~oleof Is dent of "The Daily Telegraph" of De cember 16). He does not seem to know that the "Gioconda" happens just to be one of the paintings of the Louvre that were never in the possession of Italy. It was acquired from the artist by Francols I., King of France, for the sum of 4000 gold ecus. and had been at Fontainebleanll and Versailles long be fore it entered the Louvre. That Peru giLn simply hope to make money out of the theft seems to be proved by the fact that before he carried off the pic turo he collected the names of those who he thought might be likely pur chasers. Thus two little notebooks on which he inscribed his washing bills and found in his room contain significant inscrip tions. In one of them, dated December .2S, 1910, that is to say, nine months before the theft, he entered the names and addresses ...
POWLETT RIVER SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
POWLETT RIVER LSHOW The Danudenog visitors had a good time at, the l'o~WJle.t J?-?r._?h.?--?.l.? o -t urnote Ilay Wtll go ngain next year, all being well. Th ere were orver 1000 entries, and accommodation had to be provided outside tile ashow yards for some of the horse stock. Mr J. McKinnon escored easily with Ihis imp Iorted horse, Right lloyal, for thoroughbred stallion, and his stock also won well. Amoigst the Dando nongites, Mrs A. H. Phillips won the high jump with Cordite, in tile hands of Son Crook, who got over 5ft 8in with ease, and was 2nd in thle 13st UUllnters', won by Mr A. E. Fostor's Don. Mr D. L. Thonmpson scored 1st for list Hack, and Mr George Kernot's Blue Boy won the Pony Hunters' Plato and tbs Pony High Jump, Son Crook being in the saddle. Miss Enid Renfree gained the honors for best lady rider (astride), but did not take part in any of the compotitions, and the Powlettites missed a treat.
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
MARKIT REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market Arldanson, Slrottle & Cc., Alox Scott & C.X, and Joseplh Clsrki & Co. conjointtly report:--A heavy supply of mtnilkers and springers yarded, and "oodl quality cows sold at a slight advance on last wieek's rates, while mtediumin sorts were dtull. Milkers: Some of thle principal sales as follows -W. G. Keys 7 to .Cit 7/6, F. Ein siedeil I at to 7/6, J. Cochrane t at I1o 5', 1' T. Heywood 2 to ('o 76d, \ H. Gardiner 4 to 1?9 5/, S. lMasters at t9 2/6, G. Lehman I at £8 t7' , H. Slhicls I at /'8 t7/6, J. \est t to 5 5, . ey 3 to '8 t'5, . t(;amble I at iS, f". hl'Craw I at !, 15/, H Masters , toL'S 2/6, J. Donnclly 1 at '8 :.'6. Springe:rs -Lea. Corrigan t to r10, T. I. Lem priere 4 to '8 to/, \. G. Stephcns rtS to £8 15, i:. 1-ilins 4 to L8, S. Keyt; 4 to o, , S. Perrin - to £7 I2/6:. . II.. Ilopc at tg 2/6, and drafts for othets to .7/io. I leshy andl store cattle Iat late rates. I'igs to 79id. Calves to 5g6. Olea...
NORWAY MODERN INFLUENCE [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
NORWAY MODERN INFLUENCE "I have Just received a letter from a friend at present travelling in Norway, where she has not been for twelve years." says the editor of "The Vine yard." "It was not written with any idea of publication, but so finely and sharply does this letter, from a coun try which is blessed with one of the noblest peasantries in the world, point the evils which "The Vineyard" is out to fight, and the good which it exists to defend and encourage, that I venture, in good conscience, to print it without her permission." "It Is luke a dream to find oneself again in this romantic land. and in one day we have already seen so much that it seems long since we left home? The crossing was horrid in every way. but we had some quiet hours in smooth water before we arrived in the early morning, and Stavanger with its clean. many-colored wooden houses rising out of the still fjord, and the encircling mountains stealing out of the morning mist restored one. STAVANGER IMAR1E-T DAY "A...
DANDENONG SHIRE QUARRY AND WATER TRUST'S RESERVOIR. Formal Opening. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
DANDENONG SHIRE QUARRY AND WATER TRUST'S RESE RVOIR. Formal Opening. A very interesting and enjoyablCe outing was arranged for Thursday last, Feb. 12, at 2-.30 P.P., when tle shire quarry in the Police paddocs and the sedimentation basin, about a mlile further on, were fot mally opened. S "1.. , lic were invitedt to thile ccre Trust, and a cosiderable uif)cr The 1011d acloss from ihe Stud road througth Wtit - IL,-. . docks to Stlwart's lme, and on to the site of the reservoir is a dusty hulsh track, and the drive was not altogether a pleasant oIe, ad some of the 3 ehus got hushed,' hut thc outing was worth the incouv'etience Te quarry is situated on the side of a qanre in the police paddocki at the r-ear, and conti,, ous to the service reservoir. t- splendid face has been opened up, ad( there is an ulnlimited ity. A tramway has eni u from the tl"uarr alonk the su side of the range to Stud road at ,radv . and the metal trucks run by| gravitatton, ut have to be hauled back by horse po...
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 February 1914
S CRAP S. \ undlerstand thait tho landam Len. Conley Comnpany, who aro at present towing South Gippsland, in tend giving a concert in I)Dandonong shortly. The Indigtio warblor should coImlnfdl a full house. 'lThe l)atudetnon Snto school annual pi'uic will take place at Mordialloo next Friday. 'The Daendong Shire Council in vites tenders up to Moudiy, February 2:3rd, for sevreral works in the shire, in eluding grading, forming and motalling WVell's road, Carrunm.