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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 April 1914
DANDENONG Gas Co.-Tar and Coke for sale in any quantity at the works, Gas stoves inserted whether you light your rooms or not, IANDENONG Gut. Club Meeting, . Club Hotel, Tuesday, lay 5th, at 2 p.m. DANDENONG Oddlellows' Anniversary, June 3, Picture Show and Dance, O. F. A. Todt, Hen. Sec. FOR Hire,-Double seated motor-carand double seated buggy. Apply R. Mitchell, MIelbourne road; or P. J. Moloney opp. Post Office, Dandenong. -INAL Notice for debts due may be had I at the Advertiser office for 25 for 2/6. WVhy pay 51 to a Melbourne canvasser ? tMPOUNDED at Derwick Shire Pound I by Samuel Aurisch-One red cow, white on belly and back, near hiorn broken, piece oit near ear, milking, like J. below . con. joined ,near rump. If not claimed and ex. penses paid to be sold on May 2-nd, 1i9r4. I NITTING.-Mrs O'Dwyer, Robinson sk treet, Dandenong, is prepared to take orders for all kinds of knitting, at a reasonable price. I OST, cream pony mare, foal; bay J mare, N on shoulder, 2 hind logs wh...
CARRUM IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 April 1914
C'ARUi IIRRIGATION AND W'ATER SU PLY TiUST. Sir,-The Trust wio tokna over by tho Government about twelve years ago. and the I tn. M1r Swinburne, who was at that time Minister of \W.,t:r Supply. Fsaid thbo Govern ment would put the worka in proper order, and keep theI main channel free from :t.t. At thu present tIroe, fora distfitrco of about two miles, tlcre is a bed of saiLt27 yards wide and from six to !cht feet deep in tho mitJdle. and lr resot bank opp'?sltu Mr ilunt's pro pertty hra been lov.lted for a dils'anne of 40 chain? as a byr-wasr. Shauld a flod com., ab:ut tO100 acrs of land will be completely shumergcd. Th watlcr rate i 3/ ia the £ |pr year, and surely, seeing all thu oremices mtde by the Govern;menar, and the large amonut Cof raes c: Ilected, sOmething should o? done to improve tht channel, and srve ruit. W'hi-t a prlion of Carrum Swump proper is rattd at 31 ia the £ only. and is fully protected, wsc are likoly tt eolf?r. Yours &c., SWA I'ITE,
MARKET REPORTS & SALES Dandenong Market Tuesday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 April 1914
MARK~T RPORTS & 8ALE8?? Dandenong Market Tuesday, April 238, Adamson, Strettle & Co., Alec. Scott & Co and Jolseph Clarke& Co. conjointly report Dairy cattle-A fair supply of milkers and springers ; the deman I all round was rather easier, bhatcxtra quality cows were not re presented, and the quality generally not up to the average. Best mllkter in 1.8 to 1,9 2s Gd, medium LG 10 to 1.7 10, others from L4 10, Best springers 1 8 to i 10s, medium LG 10a to L7 10. Etore cows andi young cattle in good demand. Cows to 1.3 15, young heifers to L3 3n, po:'dits to 32s 1. The folloeiug wr.o the pioneipal lots of fered-- Mlilkera - Mes.ln S. Turner 1 at L 2s G, PI'. Einsicdtl 4 to 1.8 17s 6d, HI. Willis I at L8 15s, D. MeLellan 5 to L8 101~, \W. II. Oardiner 7 to L8 10t, J. ..a-hRaIl I at L8 t GdC, J. Irwin I at 1 8 Is 6d, J. iar wick 1 t LS. Springers--Messrs D. McLel. lan I at LS 21s 6d, II. O, Gamble 2 to LIi 10, P. Einsiedel 1 at 17 10s. J, IIout 1 at L7 10s...
SUNDAY TRAINS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 April 1914
SUNDAY TRAINS. TO TIlE EDITOR. Sir.-I don't know:v that it wut!d be alto g ther a benefit to Diandenong to have Sun day traias running to andl from Melbourne every fore hours on Ood'o D.y. If we are to be inandated withl a horde o[f larrikian an l larrikinesses, and similar scenes to those said to have been e=a:tel at Fern T'ree (lully and Chelsea are to be wine.s:d iu our q tiet and reopectable town th'r, I mo st ermonrltically pray that the trains be not run on the bb-rth ! I don't iloh! trhe opi:ion that Da.ndcnoang people wish to visit the metro; olis on Sun !ays, and the tLainai would be running back empty, rThe Dandeuong public have an ampei trein service on Stutlrday, and I notice that those twho go drowu to spend the aftrn oen or crcoingE return by the trains thrat ereniog or aigrh. I also notice that cio rc'8 ctf respectable ipeople ceme up by the Saturlday afternoon trains, staying with their frienlds unti the eveLing tra'ns on Suaday. the 8 p.m. train on that nigdt being ...
CLYDE FOOTBALL CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 April 1914
CLYDE FOOTBALL CONCERT AND DANCE. Notwithstanding the miserable weather o lMondae night, the JFoot zi@:tutt geosi a tuintol euccess. Tlhe special at rction of the ovening was Miss Eileeu Murphyl, whoi carried out her engagement admirably, and with the assistancs of Mr Nicholls, of Melbourne. and the lending local talent, an excellent, programnme was -tred and each item was most bheartily sided over by Cr Hcrks, .'W'] . carried out in the following order : Overture, Mison Harris and Earle; song, King Charle-, Mr Nicholls; rc citatifn, Miss Murphy (encored); duct, New L'T, Misse A. and [. Hun. ter; song, Valley Of biughter, Miss Lighton (eocored); song, l'in Shy Mary Ellen, Mr WVill Marshall (en cored); .ong, Bird of Love I'irine, Miss Earle; sorg (humorous), Mr E. Einaiedel (enzored); s ne, Billy Brown, M ass Biomley ( ucorol); overture, Misses Harris and Earle; duet, Night of Stare, Mi.s Lighton and Nicholls; recitation, Miss Murphy; song, Mr W. Marshall (encored); song, My Cinnamon...
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 April 1914
SCRAPS. In our report of the Flemington sheep sales last week we quoted Mr. J. Reg. I-lenty's draft as "wethers" instead of lambs. The Pakenham Park lambs realised 15!9. \V. A. Shepherd and Co., the well-known orchardists and nursery men, of Somerville, announce a splendid line of fruit trees, for plant ing, for sale. It was Max. Kirkham, of the Dan denonong Rifle Club, who put up the record score of 38 consecutive " bulls " at Leongatha last week, not I. -Keithami, as our comp. made it out. \Ve understand that the Corrick Family of entertainers will rgain visit Dandenong shortly. Mr F. \V. Jefferson, of the Gar field Brickyards, notifies that he has bricks, pipes, sand and gravell for sale in any quantity, and invites people to write for samples. Mr O. F.. A. '(;dt, announces that a picture show, to be followed by a dance, will be held in the Town H-all, Dandenong, on \Wednesday, June 3, in honor of the OdJfellow's anni versary. As we predicted, there was an overflowing house at Cl...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 April 1914
FOOTBALL, he PaF"-hbaom footbal'erl go to Clyde on S turay,o and exp.ct a hard gliame. Sevaeral 'o 0 mn will bi' i the Parkenham torm. rh s [ollo'ing are seected to play fur Dandl..on2 a?in:t Cranbou:ne, at Cran. Lour:n, ---x: S torday - Andearso, F., Cuue. T., DtIberty. Gizj-uon, K.!ley, Keys, E., M ,cD[.n led, 3Ic K.enzhi , .' err tr, N ablir , Ro!d, I!. Scott (2), Stewrrr, Turner (2), !yers, Walkcr. J Emergencfe--Field, ag'3al' RByrnes: Le'?, Goates.
DANDENONG POULTRY, PIGEON & CANARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 30 April 1914
.DANDENONG POULTRY, :'::; PIGEON & CANARY SOCIETY. Mr. A. WV. C. Bailey, the enthusi astic secretary of the above progres sive society, has issued his schedule of prizes for the forthcoming exhibi tion to be held in the Town Hall on Tuesday, June 9th, and entries close on Saturday, May 30th. Dr. F. E. Langley is president, and there is a good working committee to support the society. It is hoped they will roll up in numbers to support the president and secretary in staging the birds on Monday night, as there is heavy work in setting up tile staging, fixing the coops, and classifying the different breeds and sections. The prizes are on a liberal scale, and some of the best birds in the State will be staged. The Dandenong Cup for the best bird in the show is worth 5 gns, and has to be won three times by the same exhibitor. Up to the present the coveted prize has been held by Messrs. W. B. Poole, Cranbourne, H.j.Brunneman, Hallam, and last year by Mr. S. Lukies, of Ballarat. Th...
A WOOD THAT NEVER ROTS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
A WOOD THAT NEVER ROTS. Englineers have often to deplore tlhe rotting of railway sloolpers, of piles, and of woodtl usedt to support galler les, in the building of ships, etc. En ginleers, chemists, physicists, btolo gists. doctors, who, for the construc tloll of diverse ;iplaratlls may require a wood possessitlg a nximnllm resist aluce to thle cansz s of destruction, par tIcularly humidlty, are interested in this implortant question of the un putrescibility of woodl. The ideal \wouli be to findt a woodt of a chlarac Ler susceptlble of resisting putrefac Lon natulrally. Now it appears from recent researches thalnt the wood of the itaingrove tree nmay be considered as ablsolutely uniputrescible. Numeor ous sample of mangrove wood (Rhizo phora racemose) sent. froil French Guinea were, in 190t, pilacedt at Col longes (Cote d'Or) in a soaking pit in tihe tdepot of sleepers of the P'aris LSyons-alediterraniean aillway Cor pally. 'Wihe S:mIlpleCs were surroutlldCd with all the elements su...
CLEVER BUSINESS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
CLEVER BUSINESS MEN. The ability to seize an opportunity Is a valuable, nay ilndispensable, busl ness as-et as the following incidents go a long way to prove. An aeronaut anid his soil nmet with all accident near Ioueln somne years ago; through the car of their balloon having broken away, father and soil were thrown downwards, bult the son had been caught when falling in a hook which pierced his coat. lie was carried this way for some miles, ultimately coming to tlie grollnit in safety. IIis coat vas our their show windowss, with a full tie scr!ptlon of how it saved the wear er's life. And as a fitlting reward for their enterprise their sales actually doulbled. A \Welsh milller lost a sovereign in a bin of flour, and after spending luany nallltvailintg hours ill search of it told a friend of his misfortune. "Perhapis it will turn utp in one of thile sacks." suggestedtl thie friend, whereupon thile miller was seized with a brilliant idea. lie advertised in the local papers, offering ...
Not Clear. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
Not Clear. At a trial in an Australian court when dhe witness in the box was be ing subjected ?o a merciless cross-ex Ramnination, in answering one question the witness nodded. Whereupon the court stenographer, who was working at high speed to get it all and could not see the witness, at once demand _eedl" Answer that question," to which the witness replied: ':I did ainswer it; I nodded my head." ' Tile stenographer, without a mo ment's hesitation. retaliated with, "Well, I heard it rattle, but could not tell whether it was up and down or fromn side to side."
Tit for Tat. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
T"it for Tat. A well-known comedian has an in exhllaustible stock of good stories. One of the best concerns a visit to a Scot tish town. The prices had been put up a little, and a man explained to a friend that he had gone to the theatre with his wife, intending to go to the pit, anld hadl found that eighteenlpence \was being charged instlead of a shil li hg. "Of course you didn't go in?" re miarkedI the friend. "Oh. yes, 1 went li, but 1 paid them out for thheir greed. I sent toy wife honme. so they lost sixpence by It" After a few years of lmatrimolno y a llanl's originality aplpears to be all collceentratedl oil tile houtlght of sotne thing new to have for dinrner. No maln ev\'er achlevet gr'eat sulccess Ilunless he was suplllemlnented by tile right kind of subordinate.
JUNIOR FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
JUNIOR FOOTI'AL,L. On ntturdR y !aSt a cll of 1 ,.'o repre~'en int the Pak?,nhanm S:.ae Sc!ool, vi-itc't DOandnoag to try cone!uionts with the St. James' Stutday Sehitol Footbtll C(lut . It wos n p!easure to thoe pre~Cent to see( such likl:, lookhlug footbailera walk w o to thlI ill, onl imty inttatncer of the ulay hts) 'ho .e hat ntither the Dantinong ntor I',:entatm ooiotr clubte shou!l w:nt for geo.l Ilcteky recruits ia the fulure. Thi boyis were well matlelt?, and for thie first htfI the play vs alil over the .ronltt, wih P"it..nU O" I|,yi't very well for the vi.i, , an , t, ' trren anl ]ardy for t:e loal. lit:it-timfhe ihtwe I t'kcnh tm ; z:o'e b.hitti . i "' It..1in a' " 1 ca ;, behi.,., l: .n ' 'ct:v rd, ii iD .,non lboys |playedt s' ht y b'.t:er :'.t 'a , :?nd h*,i th.'ir goalI kickin?, been u-? to, the mukl, they thoIul b ive pul!td Icl thei gamo. ilHtever, a c·!i'l '?nd cxcitirhg finish so,, P'akenbnm the wlnetra by 1 points, the final cores being--Pakenbarn 5.S. 5 gnals 3...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
PH(ENIX ASSURANCE CO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. WORKEES' COMPENSATIOD. FIRE. ACOIDENT, LOSSES PAID EXCEED £90,000,000. Loese by BUSH FIRES and by LIQHTNINO are moade good by this Company. AGENTS WANTED. VioRa.N? 461 TO 471 BVURKE ST., orIc:.. MELBOURNE. DALCETY & CO LTD., ACEHTS. POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We buy by live weight. Cratesa lent. No Commission or Cartage Charged. Chickens & Ducklings, 6d lb. Old Fowls from 2/- to 4/6 pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND & SONS, SENNITT'S FREEZING WORKS, MELBOURNE. Everything was going smoothly. the programme was an unusually long one, and the village schoolroomt was packed to its utmost capacity. In tlhe course of the concert a lady antd gen tleman appeared to sing a tduict. AMrs. O'Flynn nudged her husb:tntl. "Don't yez see. Patsy," shie ex plained, "now that it's gettin' late in the evenin' they do be puttin' thim on two at a time." FOR CHILDREN TEETHINI,. there is nothing equal to KIERNOT'S SOOTHING POWDERS. The...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
BPORTING. Tho Oranbourni mire, Lady Cansey, 8.2, started in the 14 hauds event at Richmondr on Sarturday, but ftiled to gain a pince, Guitle Alt winning from iteosebu, aset lmtser. The winner "ent out it 10 t 1, wshite ly 'asvy wais at ('a. IShe mny do bltter later. 3ir t. Morton, riwho ha 1 thI imnlorrltd is.re Averse on tse, from MrJ.. it, Atdrtlre, sf S suth Austra!ils, prchsesd iher outright on Monin0. Thi' piric. was romalwhere in the aeithbourhaot of i 1000 ginlIres Averse is traioned by Mr. P. T. lHeywood, at Orlcigh Pa'rk, Dandening, and won the IDenman SiaL.is at Sydneyc last SaturdaIy, from hter stable toicte, Go'.l Brew. She i a " bon?uy" mare, and will b heard CIf aIIlGln in the mnar fuitr ire. Misr MIelttn, winuer of the Ivtyini lhan!i cep at Yasrra dli'n or lthursl.vy, is b-ie, tranird rii J. tltlt, at trrht'i?le, for 'tt. \V. e e't' hch. lio lt has adtle I to hio dOtiis e art] sItrti, ani his t, oxe arie, frll, •eld Cn ia? o ire 'thSo?.'r'r:'s" aire pretty Cr. Oins ue...
8000 MILES FOR A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
8000 MILES FOR A WIFE. From tile banks of the sunny Nile to tile western slopes of the mighty Rocky Mountains is the long trip Mr. Percy \Williamls, of london, is taking to win a blushing bride. Mr. Wil lit ms is a wanderer on tile face of the earth. Born in London thirty years ago, he rquitted the city when he was twenty-one years of age to begIn a rovillng career. On the continent of IEurope he spent two or three years mlost of tile timle wandering along tihe Mediterranean Sea. Then he wander edl to South America for a year or two, most of which time he was en gaged ill various occupations iln the A rgentine. Four years ago he went home to England. There he met his fate in thIe form of a dlainty English maiden. lie wandered on into Africa, lnually securing a fine position in Cairo, Egypt. In the meantime the lady had removed from London to British Col umbia, with her parents. Nothing daunted. however, the stalwart lover sailed from Cairo to London, then across tile ocean to Quebec...