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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 April 1914
1?1 REWARD.--Lost-Dark young S heifer, CW on milking rump. orns about 6 inches long. Apply Tharle Bros, Dandenong. Wanted to Sell. PIPES, Agricultural, Bricka. Building Sand, Road Grarel, larce quantities cheap. Write for samplel and prices. T. W, JEFFERSOS, Brickyard, Garfield. Dandenong Football Social TOWN HALL. Thursday 28rd April EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. Euchre Party at S p.m. Dance till t a.m. Eachre Tickets ris. Dance :s. Ladies Refreshments. F. STEWART. Secretary. St. James' Chunrch, IDandonoug Annual Chrysanthemum Festival TOWN HALL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6th Exhibition of Flowers, Pot Plants. Fruit and Miscellaneous. Good Musical Pro gramme afternoon and evening. Admnission afternoon 6d, evening Is. Entries close on Tuesday. May 5th, at 4 p.m., with Mr V. H. A. Rodd, of Joseph Clarke & Co. G. WV. Purton joint WV. R. Hands i hon. secs. International Correspondents' School (LONDON) LaD. A TEMPORARY EXHIBIT will be held in M1r f . B. Laver's (BOX & GARLICK) SHOP Lonsd...
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 April 1914
SCRAPS. We understand that on and after July 8, a daily mail service will take place between Clyde post office and Cardinia, instead of the present ser vice on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Owing to the pressure on our space, a large quantity of interesting matter is held over. The opening chapters of a first class new novel, "Greater than Gold" will be found in this week's supple. ment. Agents should bring this pr' minently before customers. The 59th anniversaryof the Cranbourno Presbyterian church was observed on Sunday last, when tho Roev. John Barnaby conductetd the services. Large congrega tions were nresent. and ,r., shl i fli. courses were closely listened to. The fact that some 21 years ago MIr Barnaby was located in the district gave an added interest to his visit. The subiect in the morning was " The Unvalued Possibilities of Life," the text being John 14: 12-13- " Verily, verily, I say unto you, he that bclievoth on Me. the works that I do shall he do also, and greate...
PHILLIP ISLAND & WOOLAMAI SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 6th April, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 16 April 1914
PHILLIP ISLAND & WOOLAMAI SBIRE COUNOIL. Monday, 6th April, 1914, P.esent-Ors Bowman (Presldent), Walker, McGrath, Steenholdt Hade, Nowla, Daly, follins, Lloyd, McFeo, Dixon and Mcl. wraith. CORBESPONDENOE. From Treasury, forwarding form of claim for £142, lquivaleut for License Fees from Licensing Fand. From '. i. Cock, asking the council to sign fresh consent to the amendments made in P. Phelau's Road survey plan.-Attend ed to by the secretary. From Lands Department, voting £5 to wards the improvement of Kilcunds recrea tion reserve, and forwarding form of claim for the amount.-Attended to by the secre YFrom Public Works Department, confirm iag council's order for the compualory taking of lIad for road from allotment 97f, parish of Woolamal,-Received. From Batlway Department, stating that the council's application fo: refund of de. muarrace charges on metal trucks would be attended to. -Received. From Public Woiks department, acknow ledging council's letter re exchinge of ...
SECOND ROUND June 20 [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
SECOND ROUND Juno?20 Olayton r Berwlck Pakenham v Clyde Danudenong v Craubourne Spring Vale v Nar Nar Goon June 27 Clyde v Clsyton Berwick v 'Pakeuhamrm Nar Nar Goon v Oindoenoug Cranbourne v Sprie Vale July 4 Daudenoog v Clyde Berwlrck v Pakeonram Nar Nat Guon v Daudenong Olayton v Cranbourne July 11 Bcrwick v Dandlenong Clyde v Fping Vale Cranbourne v Pala:enham Nar Nar Goon v Clayton July 18 Clyde v Cranbcurne Berwick v Nar Nar Goon Clayton v Pakehame Dandenong v Spring oVale Iuly 25 Cranbourtr v Brwick Nar Nor Goon v Cyde Dandenong v ClaytLon Spring Vale v Pakenham August 1 Pahenkam v Darndeo:g Berorwick v Clyde Clayton v Spring Vale Cranbourne v Nar Nar Goon tem1 Final', Aug 8 and 15 Final, Aug 22 Grand Final, Aug 2.9 Match to be played on the groend of the first.named club.
FOOTBALL. BERWICK ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
.. FOOTBALL. UbERWICK ASSOOIATION. Following is tho draw for the season;- FInsT ROUND May 2, Berwlek v OClayton Olyde v Pakenham Cranbourne v Daandenoug Nar Nar Goon v Spoisg Vald May 9. Olayton v Clyde Pakenham v lerwlck Daedlnong v Noar Nar Goon Spring Vale v Cranbourne May 10. OClydeo v Dandenong Berwlck v Spring Vale Nor Nor Goon v Pakelham Cranbourne v Olayton ""May23 Dndenong v Betrwick Ipior Vale v Clyde P'akech'm v Crnboourne C:a tcn v Nat Noar Goon May 00 Cranboarne v Clyde Ncr Nar Goon v Berwick Pokenham v Clayton Spring Vale v Dandenong June G lrwlck v Craonboureno Olyde v Nar Nar Goon Olayton v Dandenong Pakenhom v bpring Vale June 13 Dandenong V Pakenham Clyde v Berwick Spring Vale v Clayton Nar Nar Gcon v Cranbourno
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
SPORTING. Ator started in the City Handicap of 1 mile 5 furlonga at R.ndwick on Wrdnesrday, S and was made second favourite at 6 to 1, but fail d to grin a situation. On the last dlay of thb ,a'o of thorough breds at iyneyv on Friday, Mr. 2. T. Heywoid gave 2S 6 nt. for a chestnut colt by Maltster from L uly Difilence. As far as brc diug ges i wouldo say he was a cheaper colt trhan th one by Moltator.Oon undrum at 1303 sava. The en-Crnhbourne pony, Lady Coasy, was well backedt for the 14 hIonds event at Ascot on Monday. but failed to gain a plhce; Footplate getting over the 4 furlongs in 52), Radnor was beaten by the impotteol horse Lilyveil in the Cumberlnd Stakes at lttn` wick on Wedueslary. Thie distance was two miles, and a great etrulggle up the straight resulted in a neck win for the imported horse. At the Mirbo Racsca on \VWednesday of last week,' D. Unmpbell, who was at one timuoconectedt with Mr P. T. Ilheywood' Orlelgh Park stable, rode five wiorrers, the only races he rod...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
Nlora alnd(i Woolntal RailIway Constructlon Trust. NOTICE is hereby given that at S a meeting of the Nyoras and Woolamai Railway Construction Trust 1 held at Kilcunda on Monday, April 6, I 1914, the following resolution was a passed : '*That in pursuance of the powers conferred by the Railway Lands Ac quisitiotn Act 1898, this Railway Trust make and levy the rates upon all rate able property situate within the Nyora I and Woolamai Railway Construction Area of the respective amounts accord- I ing to the Divisions and Classes as set forth in the schedule hereunder for the I year ending 31st December, 1914, and that the said rates be mnade due and payable in one sum on the 7th day of April 1914. Schedule. Division A, Class 1-Rate, Eightpence per acre. Division B, Class I--Eate, Sevenpence per acre. Division B, Class 2--Rate, Twopence per acreo. Division B, Class 3--Rate, Threepence in the £ on the municipal valuation. Areas under 10 acres. Division C, Class 1-Rato, Threepenco per acre ...
Dandenong Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
Dandeimon- Horse Sule. RIoert Gnna & Co. r-part h vi-i, held her·e:r us l trouhl slli t ahe cou-,cil yard . nr -aurdad., Ijit. Apri whe 116i h:risis ri i pi n'c were yI 1 t r ?a, ati ,danea if b yeR? ,L.,! a v:ry f,i" W e. re?.ltedl. W,: : sor in-h Also-, iosm Tre- al; y, 7siea pack:., , ,.- L 3, a'.',xc g a I 1to 1 ; for A. ,ia l-- , , a *. d:iti m ' tp dr and or bi.. £ ); i. J. Jt "rp.,n, L.kg har-oqie, on'., ?;?;, rm u :. h? a ,? .€ 2 10.; for" W . 1:.t', ;":d-n': e; Jna e., p 2n an hatr::ew . i. I; E?. fl . i a .: to ! 1Tr:tL : mI:i a t L3 o at ',;, i Lyt - , In t't, h an u?'e, 4, livery h r?: at ,1., f b i . (i. nrn , La-'- Lan,, all his -,ock '?', 2-yr-chi dr:anht, tlin ,s to [ 27 10s; .; .r ! ol,..l II ga to 1 .22 2 yr-sh !d ht _?'rts a L13 Ia. ;-yr-o i -I aul paanlaa 1,10 104, J: fh-*. Wi kin , a track lad to L2 10 o igh: draud ha Ilvry .orI to 117 11 . y'-ot f pira. e 9 to 1.13 10,; for Jos. t-ks , :r .', e , I 10 to L12; parries I.6 15a a g, ,i . I :ylay' a h drait...
A MILK-WHITE STEED. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
A MILK-WHITE STEED. A school teacher once set his class of boys a composition on the "horse,'" the following being glven: "The hurse is a very nloble beast, he eats oats and sawdust. IHe goes on four legs. tie does not stay out aInto at night, nor pull faces at his little sister, nor tease his gralndmother, thlings which I think is bully for the horse. lIe does not have to wash his face in tilhe morning. (I wish I was a horse.) There is many dlfler ent kinds of horses: saw horse, omnil bus horse, war horse, hoss-radlsh, hoss pistol, Colt's revolver andt a donkey the ain't got nothing to do with the subject, but w'e'll throw him in). There's only one kind that's good to eat, and tllat's hoss-pistol--l mean, hoss-radish. Somne folks like a reddish horse, then again, some litke a milk-white steed, with flowin' tall and main erect, but for me, give nle a coal-black steed with liery-red nos trils and flashlin' eye, or gimme death. I forgot to say that a horse has a tall, and canl unfold ...
Dandenong Market. Tuesday, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
Dandenong Market. Tul?ty, April 2l P.Rori. Gian :a. Co. report:-A Fair Eal?piy mi!'car-i forer3, ad" a malihr uuohen a of sriver, ra':: ve et,-, yard el. rh cdean! f>r f i.tkes wa rvery fair. an.l w±e, mo, oa Uar yielie; at li wa: swe.?yr ,: .:. 1i:, £ J. Con:;ipu la:. L6 l.?. j . E?id .l 'o £9 F' Ii. G G.Gamb!e :, £!15;, .d dr.,~!t Ws:.i E.ic Ke*, Learn l'o~psT. Kn* a, n. Hi'ag, T. W ct:i-m and I -. utr:r03 oee f.-n L3 1SJ t: '75". -2:?:i.o.?--T. L..Cor:igai to £98 bC:! coi cos~.--:7. 1:K: to Ld 1.e, L. C.:la to IL 1ii. ?to=e c::.s to L3 53; in;'1 J-.s y beife ~!t L3.
DO WE LIVE LONGER? [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
DO WE LIVE LONGER? It is generally maintaninted that we live longer ta thile alncients did. BIut researches among ltoe tombs of Ro man times in Italy anti Spain are for (.m.mra'equat'tl our own, and after sixty the Itomans had the advanlltage. Soldiers, In particular, lived to an extremle old age, ill sollle cases reach. ing 100 years. The longevity of tile IRomans was due to a high Infant mortality. Only the fit survive Ily takitlg great catre of the young we Iave reducedt til, mortality, hut at the same time tee Ihave not addedt to tile average length of life. This is not dlnflicult to unlder stand, for if the weaklyl andti the dell cate survive clhildhlood, they tdo not us a rule live to old age. A high rate of Infant nlortality means, In fact, a low deatc-rate after sixty, and vice-versa. The ancieet Roman hadti a less clhance of living to twenty, buit if he nrvived he had a greater chance of living to 100 than \te have.
THE LATE MRS. ROBERT KEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
THE LATE MRS. ROBERT KEYS. The death of Mrs. Charlotte Keys, relict of the late Mr. Robert Keys, took place last week at her late residence, "Como," Chesterville road, Cheltenham. Mrs. Keys was 94 years of age, and it is claimed that up to the time of her demise she was the oldest resident of the electorate. Mrs. Keys was born in Dublin, and came out to Melbourne in IS4z in the ship "Martlain Luther," landing at Liardet's Beach (now Port Mel bourne). She was married in St. James' Church in IS47, and came out to live with her husband, who had settled ini Brighton in 1845. Mr. Robert Keys was one ot seven brothers, who, with their father, Mr. George Keys, have become widely known throughout the district, from Brighton and Dandenong down to Bass Straits, and after whom Keys borough is named. Mlr. Keys was one of the seven members elected to the first Brighton Borough Council in 5859. Subsequently he became a member of the Moorabbin Shire Council, occupying the presidential chain in 872...
THE DEAD'S CARE FOR THE LIVING SOUL. A Strange Story With a Strange Sequel. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
THE DEAD'S CARE°FOR THE LIVING SOUL, A Strange Story With a Strange Sequel. A strange ghost story, in which the priclipals are saidt to be people of the highest social position, is, according to the "Express," engaging tile atten tion of Lonldon society. A Kensington vicar was leaving the chtrch after choir practice whellna iady stepped out of tile n.slo and ask ed him in agitated tones to come with ler at ollce to ant address nilear by. 'A gentttleman is dying there," she said. "lie is extreimely concerned hboutt the state of his soul udtl anx ioUs to so yott sefore he dlies." T'ite clergymtatntt followed Iher to a waitintg taxi-rab, tttd at stort drive rottod the corner brottghtt titetn to a ttattiott. The lady. twho seettdtl to be extrelt y agitated, uisrged the vicar to hutrry. lie sprantg out of tihe cahb, rang thie bell, and :a buller appeared. "Does Mr. - live here?" "ye5. sir." "I hear he is seriously ill nnd has ciUt for me." Tho butler seemed astonished 1al lost beyond wor...
SUNDAY TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
SUNDAY TRAINS. Sir,-It is farcical to say that you should not have Sunday trains to Dandenong, 18 miles distant from the Melbourne Post Office, when dozens of trains are run to Frankston. Lillydale, Waarburton, Gembsrok, Bacchus Marsh and other inland towns a much greater distance away. I venture to say that if the Dande nong Shire cour.cillors had made the Park at all prescntable and as-istcd more materialiy in making the public baths more prc'.cntcabl, we vuiihl hawv a larger inlh:x of vi:.i;ors for week cndl ani n iawe have nro;v. have teen in many country towns in Victoria and othcr. Stales during my business travels, and I never saw a town more neglectcd Iby the Council than Dandenong i.;. You hav: a beautiful supply of water, in, ebec tric light, stone, gravel, and agreat werekly market, and other faci:ities that go to makle a nmarket city, but the road:; and rtreet; are in decpic. able orde.r, and your public con venicnce:; in the shoap: of parks and gardens, baths, etc., are...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
To T?t r: E [TrOl. Hir,-I moat cnmpliment J. It. Hingleton on his ?esible letter re Huntrliy tralas, fie brinigs forwart argime*nts in their favor that cannot be confteld, Tlire hlelth of th: 'copic la Ih, primary and moat im prtral task our maoicipalir?:t rnt Oivern. moento.s bv to dell withb. (Of cooroe money. Lrggin Intitntilona wount!l lika everyoue to re:mailn iaidrle tho boundary of the:ir tocwn shin -nt only patronios them on a Sanliy. Ohkieigh hat a good Hunarly train aerv?e.', and for that serice to be coastinnerd for ano:her 8R mlle. coal I nothe o j eterd to by thoo enga~ged-wih few excptlonn they ncv::r have objected. It tr all very wan.lfor people to talk anlinyt soch a boon, bul one findns they are generally the propir who cn take a house at the seaaldo for a month or keep theilrowa conveyance., Of course tho hard working man or woman nteer rrurire , chsnue, or. a rn to the reaslde, or visit a distant relation. To lope a day's work Is t', Lthem a rosI loss. tRllnay was...
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market Tuesday, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
M-a-.KBET aIfU±4L'J S oaLir Dandecong Market Taeda.y, A.pril 21. Adanms3, =tr;.lale and CU., Aile. ect:? and Co., and Jcacrh CI.iL'r· and Co. conjirnt *d store ttcal to hand. Gao-! milkers in demrnd from £10 to £15. Scme of the princinal sa:s :--:*.n. Kcya 3 to £15, E. Gara:ner 3 to £13 i0.. L'am. C'ozrian 4 to £1l 12 6 ', W. l. Gardiner L6 to £11. F. Einsiedal 2 to £9, P. Einaiedel 10 to £9 7s 61, N. Bowman 4 to £9. Springeri:-P, El?asedel 6 to £9 17i 6d, Troupe Bros. 3 to £9, ST. O'Connor I at £8 It2 6d, T. E. Lempriero 2 to £8 5o, E. liggina 3 to £8 5a, N. Bswman 3 to 4T 10-. F:crhy cows £4 101 ta L6 01 ; stora cows to £1 0. Pig : He-vy baoon £3 to L3 13, light oso to L3, corkers much easier. heavy 37o to 44, hliht 31S to 34., suackrsa Is to 20a, extra to 30a. Caives in goo- demand from 5i to 50s.
DANDENONG POLICE COURT Tuesday, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
DANDENONG POLIOE COURT c Tuesday, April 2I. Before Mr Harris, P.M., H. A. Lousala, H. M. Sutherland, A. WV. Pearson and Dr. Taylor, J's P. David Robertson applied for the transfer of the license of the Cran bourne Hotel fron Gerald Coleman. MIr Robertson proved that he had complied with.he- caudititons of the -crt atd? .-eli enie ,va ranted. Thoaun Lucy v.Traul1.Tye-Not senditi his ,child to ssol.--Fined Captain McFarlat '. Henry Newsoihe. -Not atending the re quired numbsrof drilis. Sergeant-Major Theyer deposed that Newsome had not attended the required nuumber of drills to make himn e-licient. HIe had not attended camp at Lillvdale. Mr Fred. Newsonl, father of defendant, deposed that his son Henrv Newsome had left the State for New Sou:h \Vales or Queensland looking for work, and had not re turned. He was out of the State. Captain McFarlane said that was not a hiwful excuse, as he had not tiven the required notice of 30o days of his change of address. The P.MI. said that the ques...
VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 23 April 1914
VALEDICTORY. On Tuesday week Mlr and JMrs James O'Shea, who ,were leaving Dandenong for Linton (Mr O'Shea having been appointed headmaster there) were tendered a farewell by the congregation oi S:. Mary's Church. There.w.as a very large attendance of friends who appre ciated more especially Mr OShea's earnest work in the local State school, where hisb absence will be regretted by parents and children. \A ood vocal programme was pro vided, in addition to instrumental and elocutionary items, the contributors bein: M;3;jes Pickett, Brier!ey, Ai;:n, S .a::n, M-inamens Field and Keiti.::, Dr. Taylor, Messrs Swann, Picket:. Green and McCarter. After re fr-hnients uad bceni served the Rev. Father Gleesoa, on behalf of the congre atioa and other friends of the ruests, presented Mr and Mrs O'Shea -ith a handsome epergce, a sorit stand and a thermal rtaik. in token of the r~"r&lt;rd ia which they are he!d. He spoko; in the highest terms of M.r an Mrs O'Shea, and hoped they would be su...