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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 26 February 1914
SCRAP,8. The announcement is made of a grand Irish concert on Monday, March i6th, in aid of the Convent School. Something in the natureof a surprise to Dandenong is forcasted. There is to be a " Pleasant Sunday Afternoon" at Bunyip on March Ist, and the Iona Brass Band is to con* tribute sweet music to soothe the savage breast. There is no chance of the bandsmen getting an "elixir," as the local boy in blue is said to be pretty stiff, and, unlike the ordinary John, says "No, thanks," when you ask him to have a smile. However, that is preferable to trapping publi cans and sinners for Sunday trading and being illegally on the premises. The Bunyip paper says "tank water is becoming scarce in all parts of the Bunyip district." We should think so considering the number of pressmen engaged up that way. At Clyde the other day a Hardy little boy who answered to the name of Greg., and a local Hall, went rab. biting, and in trying to hustle out a "bunny," a large black snake, mea suring under...
Meeniyan Market. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
MIeeniyan Market. Aanmou, Strict,:i & Co, Ir. Lfy, report 40)0 hica , vf ctoo 4') pig vYrtde. Fiorwanr sprinrtl i !L i to 7. LO, ttroghuh's t ;-, t atetU~tk to £0 , 3i t s1 1 s, fat 2-yr-cd hn i,,rs L o 0 . 1 1 I' 1to t 10 lhei Ct, Li i t tj I2 5.. t ddtC to . I :;, 0 lieC o! Cuit.-brc. 1 Cews in lomb it lIj ii. i'?--sipi , o to 1 It "s, ptrltcrt o tt
Property Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
P-roperty ratlo. .,XOers A!ex. Scott ,c Con coojlret':, X(! -oI~; J hon luchl~ o . r·. pollr .th b ,ni :r bJh Buic m i cn 1 orn rt: .1 o It ,c l 1r Samucl (illtt, 'ilotoed itl -trro s'r.tt, Dtl-oItOo~, tle Pllrch~oer g Mr G. P, tli, cond thie price £1,)0. ti i c c otta t t3 corner of AleCo Ind \i!sou strcets w~n ouobtt tby lr [Ia-th-?. Ileklbu.-a nt £ |:[0, J blo s of 3 cre' in P',wer I street : oir t tt.: samf ir. hasr ,t £1C .
Nar Nar Goon Market. Thursday, Feb. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
Nar Nar Goon Market. Tfhurnday, Feb. 26. damcton, Strettle and Co. Propty. Lti. report -Ar good yarding of cattle, s-te b isk th~roughout. M~ilk. c:_ / to to '~ 7ol Springers £s/ss to 'e'r boclwar d £4til to aij2/i, ft. coxx to / It5, fleshy cows to .; -7 , store cows to (3!17j6, bulls $.r to (4 to, old cows 25/ to 3*'.
DATE QUEEN OF SWEDEN [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
"LATE QUEIlN Ol' S1VEDEN The late Queen Sophie of Sweden wzas a great reader, .nd was wcll ac quainted with manny of the religious hooks that have been published In ~-'?tlhe Inst thirty .ears (says "The West minster Gazette"). She read the books of-Dr. F. 3. hlIeyer lwith much appre ciation, and toolk the first opportu nlty of.le-ilng him preach on an inl cognito visit to London. Queen So pIlie attended several years ago the Igeswick Convention. lwith whic she isbas *in full sympathy. Pew in the greet tent were aware that thle sweet faced elderly lady In "black was a Queen. Ii ,her many years of iii hdalth the Queen was never Idle. for shi'eloved to work for the poor and ndy. Tle Salvation Army and the late General l3ooth held a highs place in her thoughts. Volumes dealing with foreign missions were perused by Queen Sophie with practical re sults, for she contributed to various special efforts.
SPRINGVALE STATE SCHOOL PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
SPRINGYALE STATE SCHOOLS PIC-NIC. The aunnal picnic in connection with the Springeslo State School was held on Thursday of last week, the rca dezvous beiug the Sandown Park Racecourse, kindly lent for the cc caaion by the umanager, Mir P. Con sidline, and the outing proved a gr eat ouccesa. Mr C. F. Clialmr, head teacher, nad his staf h-ad 1iir shnlltel thair forces, sad there was a .ig at tendance of children, " dressed in their hest Sunday clothels." Lanchen was eurved in the capacious raeoc~ours Irkn queting ball, whlich jirosved vna idlca dicinag rooea, as d thi cbildri n ani triends, to the number f chboeat dOd, enjoyed a webl-servcd sit -ovn dinner. Spceohnmsaksng Wva not indoaecd in, RS a long progrntmmno of vents for hoay 1iniereosdif'-cnl?, Mr "r. s. jqasi, .M.L.A., and Miss Keast orrive\ by motor, and Mr Keast presented the prizes, accompanied by a few well chosen remarks' Mr George Burdon. correspondent of the s!chool con'unitceo, also addressed tile oassinlv; ge, and gav...
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market Tuesday, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
MARKET RI3PORTS & SALES Dandonong Market Tu?dayi, 'trch i3, A,.l . u i11, Strttli & Co, Alcx. Scott & Co, alu Joseph Clarl c & Ci. conjointly report A l 'Aire nuitmrr c1f d;iry fa'tle yardcd nod co:np'etitilo very k'en, scitrccl a beast being passe t. S ma of th Ipriucitll o10 as fol . Ni': nsi l :; to £12' *- 1 , T. 1' lli m !i s .t to '12 lT;1, .' Matwi. k ; to *U10 7is ;, Y. . cigi:in? to LII, I. m'asters I at 1l 17 ; ?, 1.9 1-, J. Wct 4 1to 1i0 5,,s. Bwma 1 to L7 17s Il, Loam Corri.gan 2 o LS 12i 6d, L't. Corti u o t 1,11 , W' ar Iat LI L. linitzti', t I' ,ll , t I tt1 , Anui I t i9 1. l, 3173 MIustard 2 to LIOl I t, I 2 to 1. 1" Sprirgcrs-. Mick t v tO .n. -' t Lr" Lo, L. S" -I '. 6, W. : ,r-on .5 to 1, -, EI. Se uu I .'1 .11.7 t;d, G. Keys 2 to 1.i 1-4 t; il lorti I it L; 7s(;J, L. i,.truA :, to L, 71 6 t. - Amill yirdig of CIat tL ^ n t pricts firm. Pig --An hort iipp'). nit p1 ,s iqo""1 to tae rotes. :; , 1vy^ to eismcilru to 85. tlight 65s to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
PHIENIX ASSURANCE O. LTD. ESTD. 1782. FIRE. AOCIDENT. EMPLOYERS" LIABILITY. LOSSES PAID EXCEED £85,a00,oo.00. L.ossea by BUSH FIRES and by LIOHTHINn arem modb good by this Company. AGENTS WANTED. .'i, 461 To471 BOURKE ST., oFic_. MELBOURNE. DALCETY A CO, LTD.. ASINTS. TO NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS. SEGOND-HAND TYPE CASES (in Good Order), Laorer.and Upper, Double and Treble. For Sale, Cheap. COUNTRY PRESS CO-OPERATIVE CO. LTD, 'THE EXCHANGE, MELBOURNE. • I POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We buy by live weight. Crates lent No Commisslon or Cartage Charged Chickens & Ducklings, Gd lb. Old Fowls from 2/- to 4/6 pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND & SONS, SENNITT'S FREEZING WORKS. MELBOURNE. thoe age of .10 married nlast year in Japan. Practically very Japanese man who does not join a Buddhist monas tery marries. The old bachelor. and the old maid are almost unknown in the land of the chllrysanthlcmum. AWORD OF;ADVICE AA~ *AS CLOSER SETTLEMENT FARM ALLOTMENTS Application is...
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
RIFLE NOTES. The final stago of tho last shoot at \Vii.inmto r n to doltormine the inmarks min to ba selectcd to represent Vic tntia aPt i.lcy (England), was reached on Saturdlay, when the following were czhcn:--1 I. A Alston (Mirray Rivor), aient, A. W. I oni, and C. Cross (Col. linfgwod), withl J. Mnci (Collingnood), and Lielt. WV. \Varne (8onview), as -inergencies. It will thus be seen that LhO Dandon onR -reproentna t?,i,, "'. KIirkhnm and tho Emterald crack, O. A. Nobelinu, are not includ d. Kirlk ham tiedl with "Warni for tth place, wilh a tuotal at IL2 point-, but l aine't a grcator exptcrietle coiun eild withi tio aci.ector. in tll fairne Kirkhiim shouhl have b.,en ctho-eu a>; an timer gency in i ;'cefcrny.icf , t (.ros, who wans a pint tiixd l hIni. (. \.. N be!ius did not shoot a? well as hle tt:uually does, ut waillownthe ist i tht.G , while 1'. Snwlhtorst scoe,1c ?"J [iu nant WaLn,, o'e of the choen fotcr i ey, cowvi firom Scaviwc South Gipp.lad, and i' knowna in the ...
CRIMEAN VETERAN [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
CRIMEAN VETERAN Admiral Sholto Douglas :died at Southsea on Saturday at thile age of S0 (says "The Daily News and Leader" of December 29). He entered.tie navy in of Saborg serving aboard the Dukt of Sve.rgton. Ie tile Chinese war, 56-58 he commanded the Corpnandel at tile capture of the Bogue fdrts, and also at the destruction of the Patshan ilotilla of war junks Other services which the late Adnliral rendered during the Nvar were at the capture of?ýanton in December, 1857, and of the p eih forts in 185S Whilie serving on the West Coast of Africa lie was instru Alajor-General Charles Stuart Lane died on saturday afternoon at H:ar court House, Camberley, in 3Ird year. He served during the Indian Mutiny, the Bhootan expedition, 1S63. and the kfghan var of SS7S-9, and re tired from the Indian Army in 1582. taIor-General Charles P. Stokes. a veteran of the Crimean war and Indian Mutiny, died at C"mberleS on Satur day. He took part in the siege and fall of Sebastonol and the attack on th...
DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 3rd March. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
I)ANI (NOG (II E ('uOUL"IT, uesdU,', :}'d ,M arch. Th-fure Me~ssra 11. 31o Suthel,/atl (chairman) Edtgr Harris, II . 1,oi. Iths, b.. hlAjtt ad Dr. Tiaylr, 's I, lward les v. 3hs .I. Jacobson I!ootls sui, -h I;4. SI. Older for Ilmoult with 1.3 61 mi.. oeph Ir arke , C, v. John Ij. Iolward.t Settlhd. A. II. lu t er v'.'ITh. Ilyri - 0Gods cohl, IJ I1. Ortier with 1Is 1.1 costs. , sold, 7 5, Order with1 15, 6. '.i5 IC.
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
PI-n.nant mnatlchl M1nvrn, Caulileld and , lldno:g, will b) played at C(aullleht on Slu :'ny :ftrlrno , the 7th inst. Playing for t el. POr O)Li;t 'l t*. iitf% 1 I^n. n. ll,»svs t, l".h:ci , .L,>Ic m ?' 1. ) , IIvIn , Titic ehr, YotIng Talb, , .\t lidleui , ),. l, owim n, Ford \W-lkcr. Ab:',t Cio, uickehank, Itaniall Elmmros:cics-O'Shi., Smilb, Kirkally.
DANDENONG STATE SCHOOL PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
DANDENONG STATE SCHOOL PIC-NIC. The annual pic-nic of the school was held this year at Mordiallic as usual, and everything passed off sat isfactorily, thalnks to the organising ability of the school committee, the secretary, Mrs. Alf. Mason, the ecad teacher, Mr. Geo. Talhot, and the teachers of the several classes. A considerable sum of money had lbe)n collected, and donations of confc-. tioncry weic also forthcoming, and there "was more thlanl :;imple for thle requiriteicnts of lthe clhildrcn. A special train had been clia t-ned, and ilts left punctually at - .15 :a m., and :nlait 500 clildre.n an-d adults were .afely c(intrineid. '1Th' tleaclher, somne of thel schlol comnit tee and pa Itent : oohi'ing a;fter the interLtss cf the iii e ores. Te run d.)\ n wa:. I without incident. r d there w:,s a rnush to tie seaside, and Iquickly the children had donnd tihir hathin :rnits and were disportingrr thni'iclvec:; in the ' briny." S*ome of thin elMcr oncs wenrt yatchirng alnd owving;-, ...
FAINT IN FRONT OF TRAIN AN ASTONISHING ESCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
FAINT IN FRONT OF TRAIN AN ASTONISHING ESCAPE Of thle manlY astonishing accidents and incley escapes which~ have been cc-1 corded from time to time (saysi "The Daily cNews and Leader" of December 31), that which occurred to Lily Alden at Grimsby yesterday, probably holds I a place! of its own. isa s t1lden, who is a printer's as sisltant. was crossing the railway line at t oe Pasture street crossing when a paussenger train from I-ull was due. The road gates were closed, and the girl made use of the hand gates. She was ein the line used by the app~roachilg train. whecn. without a moment~'s learning. sheo fionted and fell in thle groumi. It is exceedinel" fortunate for Miss Alden ihant the sig-nalmanl in the nearby box happlened to he ~looking in hler dilrec tinn and that he was just in time to put the signals aglnlst the oncomlng train and run out a red flag at the window of hlit box. The d(river applied the emergency brakes, and the trainll ws brought to ia standstill within a few f...
QUAIL SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
b~'S I SEA.SON. 'te3a on o ec~i onr Mlortnda, nndr WE Gt( '~l .li')d hiaus lucia. nnlc in rcur iliatii~f ' c~IeC~i tlydun t1i: hel ~oitli 'cut line and oni thc 'ir ninui (llciei"if on '3l ilady nighrt w\ithl dloga a nil gi in nil llc urtica IIRa, tranll ;ill to Ul hcrae wh'ile thec trins alco ala ii~~t tItliit In~~hilbe ocre Intelun r ieiiuli.v of I~aaulcrroa, al uu e ;II C, hu~t our! at J'y~stertlehdj, t1 'ft lur' ~ur a, aOnsiotiui g ot )I. Iii A u~vi h, an'! Vu'uufis A rtluir Clarke, lSiiiiiii ~:uuuidcro arol tlIc liott ~luot 7 i! bane (L
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 5 March 1914
TENNIS. The annual meetirg of the Dande onrig Tennis Club was held on Fri day last in the Town Hal . \r. 11. Veal preoided, and there w xe about 30 prweuet .1The II owing cie' bearencrs werc!e chlc~et - PresidentI, Ret EI ; i.ici,-presitoincti'sr, lDi Tay loi rid Ii Lngl ty; commin itte' bIlisecs I Hrining> \1e0, L. Gri itoh andl )lser, . 11ilin s, Rintree and Co is; hon. tcietair and nrasitrer Mit. II. Yeil. It waV cid- d to rt te the subscriptioe to I5 in'ld 'a enwing to -n rnticip.ted hIev etei peirse i rieoviiin the 'roundi Tbe iliertiriwn , cunthlrsitic, tiand ire'ady useer Il' nw iimber-- havi been enroleti. F1:il Tlie G'ily otiyed Gten Vt a veieycit tire litter' i-i o tntirod oil Satuirdai l st. TIe Gu-illy sere a ii tors by forty' gacs to Clen Lu \\1averley's tlirti oni. ITe set ' played by tile Misss \\ cIIe anrd Loidinir x ten lit, ndrn ar'd r Suter was i 'ecrlitqixr iy nrestini G, n a an inner ithen "" p t' uC pimaycrs would appear to be evenly matched, and arc all wel...