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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, March 7. Present—Crs Henty (President), Martin, Closs, Barr, a'Beckett, Scott Sharp, Carney, and Fahey. FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
BERWi.ICKi SHJRE COUNCIL. Saturday, M Irch 7. Prcsnt--Crs Hcenty (L'resident), Mattinr, H!os?, BUrr, A'Beckett, Scott Sharp, Oar. nuy, and Fahoy. F I. NANCOI. Accounts nmoIuotuo to L413 2s 21 ware passed for paymncUt. COIlitLS'SONI)ENC E. From Sec. fo.r tailways, otatln it is pro posed to havo the crossing at 35 miles 29 chains, nunr Iakolehamn widenud mawl iom proved.- RIjcilved. F'room J. Funston, Insp-octor, at:t.lnt he had exnmoined Bl 1a til?orllthilmu'l wavlrcoII o IB ecunslildI ro ul, and 'ominld hre Ind CO cises iof applsu on back Tyres 2i., fraIt do. 21 ; _1-. . .... W ..~ .. - - _!...~ ... _ _ _ ., '_ _ - - :.... t'. Tenmpk'lL walgon, 2.in. lyire, load of woold 12It Gin. long, Ifc 10io hithi , :3!t Sin will.-'Jr C:arnoly saild nil otlI:ndilrs sholulld bo proictlt'eI', n ihe Act wnla disro gilded.-Ur ,1:,rtin agrteid, and il tho oticer dhould t ta acttin without conqui;ng( the council.-The Clerk of Works sAil on a reccit orcaion tlih council took exception to tho olll:ers p...
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market Tuesday, 10th March. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
MARKET REPORTS & SA.LES Dandenong Market Tuesday, 10th March. Adiamsan, Strettle & Co., Joseph Clarke & Co. and Alex. Scott & Co. coej intly report : A full yarding of milkers and springers and the usual number of fleshy and store cattle to hand. Mlilkers-with the ex:eptioo of a few odd good cows, the market was much easier than last wceki, Some of the princt. pal sales as follows --Hl Gamble 7 to t11 5s i Lehman I at LIt 5s, A MULellan 2 to LIL 2s 6d, J G West 3 to L10 7s 6d, T Kinglston 2 to L10 2s 6,. N Bowman 4 to L10 10I, E It lMatthews 1 at LS 17s 6J, E Higginas 6 to LIO 2s il, W\V MCraw I at Li 29 6d, Gaus Powell 1 at LS 17o i1, A Martin I at 1.6 12s 6 I, J. Marwick I at LS 10s, 8 Keys 2 to L8 2s 6t. Spr:ners sold at reduced ratesu-T E Lempriere 3 to LS 10t, D. Bourke 6 to LS, J toeik l 13 to L7 10s, J McCrae 6 to L6 1is 61. Fleshy cows to L5 10s, Ileshy bullocks to L7 51; Etore cattle at late rates. Plg-Porkers 35s to i44s, bacon L3 2s 61 to 7...
TELEPHONE SERVICE FOR BEACONSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
TELEPIJhONE SERVICE FIOR BEACONSFIELD. At the meeting of the Berwick Shire Council on Saturday last, the question of a telephone service to Lower and Upper Beaconsfield was referred to by Cr. Sharp. The pro posal was that the t vo Beaconsfields be connected with Berwick, thus making it a head centre. They only wanted 9 more subscribers to make it a day and night service, with a connection with tile medical profess ion and othter leading features. The Ileaconstield people were under the impression that thtey were going to have a through line, but this was not correct, and it would only be a partial service, whlereas it they join ed in with Berwick they would have a full service. There were three lines converging on Berwick at pre sent, and if Beaconsfield would join in, it would complete the circuit. Cr Martin supported. The Be;acons field people, by joining direot to Berwick, would have a full direct night and day service, and would be a distinct advantage, especially to the Upper B...
LYNDHURST POULTRY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
LYNDHURST POULTRY FARM. At the Lillydale show, held on March 4th, Messrs J. L. Reilly and Hill, of Lyndhurst, scored remark ably well with their exhibits, their record being--rst for Buff Orpington cock, Ist and 2nd do. hIens, Ist Indian Game cock, Ist and 2nd do. hens, "two Ists and two 2nds and gold medal for table birds, and 2nd for Buff Orpington cockerel and pullet.
WARRAGUL SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
WVARRAGUL SHOW Tile twenty-second annual show of thie \Varragul Agricultural Society was held on March 4 and it eclipsed all previous records. Special trains were charted from Traralgon, Mirboo North, and Thorpdale, as well as Neerim South, and a large number of exhibits came from these districts. The entries, numbering 1,6oo were ioo in excess of any previous record and the attendance also was very good, the gate mtoney amounting to Anderson l3ros "of Springfield," Berwick, secured first prize for draught Stallion with their fine animal Timtekeeper, while Jack Kirkhamn, of Berwick, gained Ist and 2nd for brood mares withl foals at foot and Ist for pair of farmn horses. R. J. Gardiner was Ist for pony brood mate; D. J. Bourke Monomeith, Ist for 14 hIande, Ist for .I4st Hackney, J. Henry tst for Single Buggy horse. Highest jumping horse, H. Kelley's Sandy (owner); Pony high jump, A. and G. Camerons Visim. Cattle.-Ayrshire Bull-G. A. Mc Lellan, I and chlampiod. Ayrshire Bull, 2 years-...
BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL PICNIC At the meeting of the Berwick Shire Council on Saturday, a suggestion was thrown out that Councillors, officers and wives, with as many friends as wished to join in, should arrange for a picnic down the bay to Qucenscliffe or other ports. Some of the Councillors experienced a similar trip a few years ago and they say it was " immense," and they are anx ious far another. There was a sug gestion that the ladies provide the hampers, but olher heads said, " Let us order our dinners at a fashionab'e hotel or coffee palace, and do a bit of the Savoy, or Calt Francatelle," This should be more eflete than an l fresco luncheon, but the outdoor ft.e n-ight ba more enjoyable.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
Honestly Recommended. To anyone eofllring frcm diarrbhoes I can honestly recommend ~hambcrlain's Colicand Diarrhoea Remedy as being tbs most satis. factory remedy on thb market, writes Mr 0. O. Hoocr, Wakefield, N.Z. I have tlie all sorts of mediciues but have found noth. Ing equal te Cbamberlain's Colic and Diarr boca Remedy," Sold by all storekeepers and chemists. Fighting for Breath. My little ouy was a martyr to bad colds andi couhs; osays rts U. \\'arrcll, Lake's Criek, Rockhampton, Q. Ar times he has been so bad that I have found ldm figntlnc for breath. Sinct I started givin htim Clnhambcrlain's Couch Remedy I do not worry over his coughs, for I Lnow that a couplo of dosco will give him immediate rc af. eold by all storokeepers and chemists. -\OMFORTABLE board, residence, pri . 'ate family, home comforts, no children. Apply this ollice. D ANDENONG Gas Co.-Tar and Coke for sale in any quantity at the works. Gas stoves inserted whether you light your rooms or not, DANDENONG Fir...
CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, 7th March. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
CS'ANBOURNE SHIRE COUNOIL Saiurday, 7th March, 'Present--Ors O'Blrirn, Camcron, Brunt, Wilson, loerke, Callnan, Lloyd and Hardy. An apology for non-attendance was re rcveld from thle president (Or Orcavesi, who wan awayv attendltug thu Orboast ahobw. On the motion of Crl Cameron and Brunt, Or O'Brlen was appointed chalirmtn. COIIt.:SPONDUENGt. From P. Doolan, scckiog concesuion of charge for use of hall--Ur Brunt sailtd the nl-p. plicant was a blind ano , whlo wa~s granted the free use of State schools in Victoria, wherein to glvo performances. The case woe a geotlunO ot, nld hu hol,uoght the coluncil should do eomethitl in the mnrtter -Cout eillorB, M?illouo h dishing to nifip iau a1pp1 Cunt, lid not wirsh to intelfme with lthe us :%al chargo for the hitr o[ thie 1h:ll.-Lr O'Brion move l, nud Or lluarny accondctd, that ai reduction of I0a be mtidc.-Cr 0olllatnau usual chArge lo lhecred to.--Cr COllnnau anid Ihlt if thii rtnqucst weru grAnted, the council would hl ve many oth1le of ...
BUSH FIRES. "Braeside," Brighton-Road. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
BUSII FIRES. "Braeside," Brighton-Road. Wednesday. (By 'PHON?E.) Bush fires are raging through the timber and heath country across from the Brighton-road out towards H-eatherton and Springvale, and serious damage is threatened. The dense scrub and the dry undergrowth are feeding tl:e flames, which are leaping mountains high, and houses and outbuildings are threatened. Some of the smaller tenements ap pear doomed, and owners are remov ing furniture in advance of the de vourinig elements. Mi . Adam Skirving, ma:nager of Dr. Sime's ex pensive racing stables, "Jraeside," and all his stable and fauii hands, and about too other helpers, are out fighting the fires, which are bearing down on th'e expensive country resi dence, racing stables and valuable racing stud of the gentleman who races under the non de course of Mr. 'S. A. Rawdon," and a hot and heavy time is beine per?n,.nad. -r:,esioue,' It is felt the buildings will be saved, but the dry grass paddocks appear to be doomed.
SOMERVILLE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
SOMERVILLE SHOW. Mr S. S. Gault, secretary to the Somerville show, is out with his prize list for the 20th annual exhibition, which takes place in the capacious yarks adjoini'g the railway station on \Vednesiay, March sSth, and en tries close on Saturday next, March 14, so that intending exhibitors have not got much time to get a bustle on. A special train leaves Flinders St at 9.45, so that those who intend visiting this very fine show will Ihave ample time to get down to Caulfield by one of the morning trains from Dandenong and catch the special, or there is the alternative of a nice drive to Mordialloc, a dip in the briny, after returning by the 6.20 from Somnerville, and a drive hIome in the cool of the evening. The show of fruit is a Inmag nificent one, all the best orchards in the State competing. In the horse ring liberal prizes are offered, and some of our champion horses and ponies wilkbe seen comnpeting. \Ve may add ti&t bolidayexcursioa tickets are issued, availab...
OFF THE EARTH! NOVICE'S ADVENTURE ON SKI. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
OFF THE EARTH! NOVICE'S ADVENTURE ON SKI. (By n special correspondent In 'The Daily News and Leader"). Tou soon learn that winter sport ill tl:he Alps means really skl-lng. The slkaterls iare a sma:ll and artistic class apart. Tobogannling is a healthy and vivacious sport for children and those who are child-hearted. Sleighing, well wrapped up in furs, with plumed horses and bells a-Jlngle, Is for rich Ocrmans. 13ob-slelghing is excellent communal fun, requiring conslderablo skill for snuch a ruln as thle full length of the Crests. But ski-ng Is for those who nro young and adventurous, who love to range on nmountainl slopes instead cf a rink behindti the hotel, and who are sounl in wind and limb. The -ltan who is just beginning to wonder whether lie is too old at forty alind is a newcomer looks upon the youn;g and ruddy ski-ers at the hotel as an elderly farmer regards Htamel at IIendon. Ah' new blood, supple limbs. andt exquisite skill! The lucky young rogues! He merely listens wit...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
i Phe Ireat . Mlontamor i Case. By ALICE M. DIEHL, Authorcss of "The Knave of Hearts,' OHAPTER XVI. The old lady had to fight despera e ly against her inclinations as sile m.lde her way to her drawing-room, whe,'· Gwendolen Halldare was awalting her. She drove her pointed nails lto her palms-her lips wele tight set, i r . eyes gleamed, she looked an aged Clytemnestra. The old butler had switihcd on all the electric lights. He knew, or nan guessed,'much of the complications which had ensued upon the appear nice or his "ycung master," whoso talks with him had convinced him tIat'he was Robert, Lo:d Mloutamor. and t, other. Both lie and the ho s. ktclter, Mrs. Lane, had been Istal ed when Robert was a young child. They' had watched hIm grow to manhood, had mourned over " the row " 'nd iihs sudden departure, which, together wlthi his seeming disappearance " fromn of the face of the earth," had been a stapel topic of conversatiot for years, recurring frequeutly when all thope seemed lost....
CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Monday, March 9. (Before Messrs Tanner, P.M., and White, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Monday, Marcl 9. (Before Messrs Tanner, P.M., and White, J.P.) Alfred J. McNees, Constable of Police, against Joseph Halbert, information for leaving a fire which he had lighted in the open air before the samie was fully ex tinguished. Inspector Costello for informant; Mr Jcllrey Macpherson appeared for defend ant, who pleaded not guilty. IHarrv Iees, farmer, living at St. Ger nmains, Clyde, said he was employed by Mr IIalbert. lie remembered 14th Felb ruary ; it was a Satnrday. At 4 p.m. lie and Ilalbert rode round tie farm. They visited a neighbor. Then they made a fire. Mr Ialbert and witness both lit the fire. It was in a grass and stubble pad dock. They watched tie fire for two hours; they then left, and Mr llalbert went back to Melbourne. Witness went back to his own house, which was within half a mile of the paddock. When they left the fire seemed out; there was smloke still rising; some of the stumps may have been burninlg. lie looked at the paddock ...
General Business. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
General Butinnss. A. G. Hall, secretary of the Sorrento Tramway Company, giving notice that the company intend to act on the powers conferred by the delegation, viz, the acceptance of the extension in 1920.--The letter to be referred to the Shire solicitor. Tip at I)romnana. The question was referred to the Centre Riding o3uncillors for report at next meeting. Delegates' Report. The President had attended the do putation which waited on the Minis ter of lailways in the abolition of thle loading of land in ro railway pur poser. The Minister listened to the viows advanced by tihe varionus speak rit, and promised to submit same to the Cabinet for counsideration, but ho (tihe sleeaker) did not anticipato any ce-ult from the interview-. vote of thanks was passed to the President. Tnlum Road. Cr Stanley Ia the event of the grant to the Tulumn road being made on a 10 to £1 basis, he would move tlst tenders be invited fole the nees a:ry work to the amount availablo.. "I' titiera to, r, .......
FERN TREE GULLY SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 7th March, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 12 March 1914
S.iFERN TREE GULLY SHIRE COUNCIL. S Satu day, 7th March, '914. Present-Crs. Collier (president), Monk,. Pickett, Mahony, Earney, Gilmour, Lyones, Kerr, Chandler, ,*.But:her and Kennedy. - Finance. , Accounts amounting to £479/2/6 general account and £385Ilo loan account were passed for payment. Correspondence. From the Public Health Depart ment, approving of the council's by law to regulate the disposal of night. soil at Fern Tree Gully, and enquir ing if the necessary notices had been given.-Cr. Monk moved that the by-law be sent for confirmatian. Seconded by Cr. Mahoney and carried. From same, forwarding a conm plaint from the proprietresses of Belgrave coffee palace, as to nuisance . caused by grease trap placed at their Spremlnises, and asking for council's observations.--Cr Gilmour moved that the Inspector of Nuisances in spect and report. Seconded by Cr Nugent and carried. From 1V. S. Keast and the lDe partment of Public \Works, notifying grants for current year, viz :-To ward...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 March 1914
ORIOKET. Clyde v. Kalora Park.-The second day's play oftho.aboveo match took place on tho Berwlck'bground on aturday >lano; and re enited In Kaloro leading on the afirst innings by 30 runs and three wlekels in hand. Tho match will bho concluded next Saturday, when in the event of the second i?ntge belrg Iocompleted tho premiershlp will be decided on t~.u first Innings, and will therefore go to Kalura Park. Scores :--Ulyd.-Firti ia ninge. 210;-- Kalora n- First inelugs - W. Randilt, r Escott b Jonecs 112; . C,\Vuter, b Twyforil 6; O. Nobellis, i Jonee 16; 0, Hall ot out 65; 1. Conquest, cLecky b Jones 20; A, \Vauchopa c Landalo b Stick 2; A. Win. t-r, b Jones 0; H. liandalt, c. Lndale b Jare 2; W. .oung not out 8. Sundries 10. Total for 7 wickete 241. lowling-Jonsa 6 for 87, Tw'fard 1Tfor S1, Stick I for 32. landenon? Club XI . Ba!l and Welch, next Saturday on'th loual ground. Formser learn :-Evans, Laver, Keys. jur,, Mitchell McDonald, O'Shea, O'roole, Plckerogill, Rldd (2), SlaO...
DROMANA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 March 1914
DROMANA IACIlOS. The Dromen mtuann l racrs were held on Tuesday, nud were a gret snucesr. Following are tile reults Novelty Pony Tllce, 13.2, 4? flloogs-W, Sk'lley'a Little Lild 1, G. MorphettlL Alouo 2. Tril Stakes, 5 f.-O. MeIoenzlo'a Seladly,.ll.7, I,-T. Delancy's Tired Tim,".P.7, 2, W. Jorl.0n's P.,rllnnkle, 10.7, 3. PoIr' Iatce; 13 hds W. Gibsoen's Rita, 8S . 1;, J. nowley's Alone, 9.0, 2, M.E,, 7.5, S. Dromaent nnldlcap o11o inlle-C. MOecnzles Snlady, 12.9; 1, T. ;Delaney's TIred TIme, 8., 2 J. Doherty's Iob, 7.0, 3. Novelty .Pony 11.2 lId, Z 4 f rlongi-W. Sfelley's Litle Lal, 0.12, .1. lIntrlck's Snip, 10.0, 2, V. Skrelley's Orind nll, 9.0, . A close flnslh, Ilnck ltca--P'etlwi,kle 1, Crayfjlil 2. ob'3. Consolatlon Noveltv, 14.2 .·t.-)W. Donwee?'s Gay Laed, 9.0,1, Salip, 10.7, 2,'Dnudy, 7.S, 3.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 March 1914
SPORTING. 'Mr 8. P. Mckary'3 rar:ndl coltr,Rneuor, h~s won over 10,000 sovP. in stakeons, ut not all of this suor cname nto th,? hands of hisi pre oent owoer, whov gave tt00 go: for him, nod won six valuable races with the son ot Earl aton. . O. Lambert, thi. j.ckey who ro:le a some what orratlc raeo oi the colt Andclosin, lat Sand iwn Park re-e ntly, hs hd hIis licenne suspendedt for particlpsting iu on allegedt aseau!t case at Oauliieli some time ago. With him are Greg. Ross, O. IHarrison and F. Claok, and thie uspension lasts until April 21. This will prerast Lambert from riding fir Mr P. T. Ioeywood'sa ostable at the A.J.C. Autumn meetoing commenecing on Ap ri IS. V Mr Goorge A. Loelii.hos.soc. of tlia F.T. rl116 MPnn( an~inadnrna'ln 'nnnahne rlims unny Opuorl.n, nuuuucclu 111u1t"VI Cmulm n nice llttle .list ( o cve n events for I2s'cr ,ionday, entries for which close on M~nday, April 6. The Sheffield is worth L10 and the Mile and HIltfMile BIka 1Races £8 cach, whlle the other. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 19 March 1914
Honestly Iocommeunded. To anyonr ouffLi:ng from diarrhoea I canll honestly recommno" (hambelol'~' Colic and Diarrhoea Rem,:ly an being the most eatic factory remined on the market, writes Mr C 0, lloopmr. \Wakl?fhll. N.Z. I hoave tric. nil s?rtslof meici nol bu haw v found nath ing equal to Chamberlaiu'a Golic and Diarr. hoa ittemody, Sold by all storekeopo-s and chemis re. "Mr F..Buswell, secretary of the Cranbourne Turf Club, requires ten: dersup io Wednesday next:for the -right to publican's booth, refreshment booth and fruit and confectioneirs stall,.at the race meeting to be held off Thursday, April 9. . - ,OMFORTABLE board, residence, pri. ( i ,ate family, home comforts, no children. Apply this ollice. DhANDENONG Gas Co.-Tar and Coke for sale in any quantity at the works. Gas stoves inserted whether you light your rooms or not, EXTRAORDINARY I Tuesday, March 24.-The famous Armadale Glee Party will give a Concert in the Dandenong Methodist Church, commencing 7.45 sharp. This Pa...