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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
TO Ti': ri"lOIIOR . filr,-Pakenham butchers have been juick to raise the price of meat, although pricee in Melcbourneo have not yet risen. A list of priccn charged ty Melbourne ,rocers rece otly priced 12ibs of euvcar at m 4i.t to be raised to 2 (id. We harve been i)ayiog 3j per dvzeu pounds for months and months. If towvn rellers could make a profit at 2s 4d, 4 Wlllt profit must be male at :tl by country ?groc rso With bread at T a lurge lof, meat at exorbitant prices, and groceries continually on the rise, wbsth chance has the " man cn the land ' ? Tile worry of feeding and cloth iog her family decently falls ptrinclpally ou the mother, so ' whbat price " a mo:her's union 1 " WORIIEID." MIr and Mrs W. P'. Itemtret, of Sydney, were in Dandknong yestearday, where they were welcoulmed by old friende. 1r and MIrs ltoufree are natimes of Daudenoutg, whiere they worle mt.rried.
Handicapped. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
Handicapped. Sa.ce, the Amelricanl poet, was once taking a trip onl a steamer, wrhen ihe sell in with a lovely young lady to whoml lie imade himself very agree able. Of course, 1le made an impres sion upon the damsel, who said at partilng-"Good-bye, Mr. Saxe, I fear ,you will soon be forgetting me." "Well. my dear young lady," said the inveterate punlster, "if I was not al lmarried lmanl already, youl may rest assured I'd be for getting you."
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
CORRES'PONDENCE. 'TO Titi: LzDItTOli. Bir,-Permit ae through your journal to make a few remarks in reference to the departure of an old resideut of thi towbn for England. Mrs Titcher is, 1 understand, leaving next Satutrday, rnd as it is usual on aunc ocessions to publicly recognise tbe many good qualities of ptrsona Ilaving the district for ony Icngth of titan, it seems strange that in this partlcn!ar instance it has bern over looked. Taking into coensideration the fact that the tlady in qutstion has been for yenar the cading light " in musical matlters of the town, and has been instrumrental in organisiug concert-, etntatau, l.tc., from time to time, in aid of ratious charits, and tgiven her valuable assistaner lu :iny dcserving cause. It certainly r quires some zexplan tion as to why this dreparture (sitbout thIe usral recogunitior ) was allowed. Ilad it been a policeman, uor Iperhaps a defarltiug shire eccretary. something might have been dton,.. BIut when the ploron ihapperl s ...
DANDENONG MARKET STALLHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
DANDENOtRG MARKET STALL. IHOLDERS. At the meeting of the Danrlnouro.g Shire Council on Mionday. a r qu-sition from l21, ratepayers wars pre'ot,.d, r, qresti'g th council to recontider its ,dci,i., of :,priv iog certain stallhoiders of st.rls suitable for their wares, who. we undorstnr.l, have been served with notice to vacatle their tortarn, a proceeding tile reqoilttioist d,'m to be quite unarceuny, at the rhallho!drs mtcC a publie want. Cr PeanrEon moved and Cr ardrun s> couded, that the stallt remain ar they are, with the exception of imttht', hieh wrs necessary for poultty co.pa. Cr Abbott elid be did l niot ie wrhy this expenditure sbculd be tncurrid now. Cr 'enlson oald L0 had iibeen votedl for extra coop, andt it wair neccaltry thi.y Ihou:d be eracted, os the foewls wrC oUvercrowdied. Ct Borden sai: tlhat thelire would be a Elacknes in the poultry trate during tho winter montho, and Smith might be allowed to remaot, it he paid nl extra fee. Cr Rain moved that the rtoliholj...
LYNDHURST SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
LYNDHIURST SOUTH. The residents here are very dis pleased at the disgraceful state of Ballarto Road leading from here to the seaside and Seaford Station. This new station has grown into use since its opening, being an asset to the residents. The train service on this line is excellent. The road from here to Seaford Station is a terrible hindrance to patrons of thie popular station. There will not be any time for councillors or candidates for such position if an assurance is not given that this road will receive proper attention Take for iustance Ballarto Road at the Eastern portion and compare the amount of hundreds of pounds sterling of ratepayers money spent there! A striking difference is where influence in the past had been brought about. It is time the Cranbourno council woke up and paid back to the residents here what has been collected from the rateable property along this road and in the district, and give us what we reqmtIt,. viz., a good road to the new et.i :I. Two uf our...
VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
VALEDICTORY. Last Mlonday evening thie members and adherents of thie Presbyterian Church tendered a social evening to their church organist, Mrs T'itcher, who is about to pay n visit to hier auaghter in tihe olr land. Tire church svas well filled by friends and nd mirers of the guest of the evening. A pleasing featme ablout this large and representative ganthering was the presence of leading mnembeirs of other churches. During her long residence in Dandenong Mr5 Tichier has made her influence feit for good, and has thins endeared herself to many, A musical programme iwas anrranged by IMr Swann. The following ladies and gentlemen took port :--\nt:hm, "Seek ye the Lord,' Choir; solo, Mr Swann ;solo, Miss Iop.e, solo, Mr Tress; solo, Mr Fie!ld : solo, Mr Brock; solo, Mr Bates: solo, Mr McLean; duet, Messrs Swann and Baes. Every item was pleasingly rendered and much appreciated. During the evening the Rev. H. A. Buntine, on behalf of the Presby terian Church, presented Mrs Titcher with ...
CLAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
CLAYTON. The necessity for Sunday trains to Melbourne is severely felt here in p connection with the milk supply to b Melbourne on that day. On Sunday s morning somd 60 or more cans of p milk are conveyed to the Oakleigh o railway station, and conveyed the o whole length of the platform to the " milk van. WVe have some facilities for milk loading at Clayton, and if i! we had the trains we could get the v milk away comparatively easy. A *t] large section of the community are a very much opposed to Cr McLorinau it for his action at the public meeting in Dandenong in opposing the run- a ning of Sunday trains.
SUNDAY TRAINS FOR DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
SUNDAY TRAINS FOR D.\N DENONG. At the meeting of the Dandcnong Shire Council on Monday, Messrs Singleton, Maloney anid Hope at tended, and said that the delegates would lilke to nmeet thei councillors the morning of the deputation and arrange a programme of speeches. They should ha\ve a request to the various newspapers to have repoiters present. Cr Burden said he would like to arrange for the extension of the Springvale station. Cr Abbott said re the -Hammond road subway, he had moved in the matter some time ago, and the cor respondence was availab!ce. 'the footpaths should be allowed to cross the line on top. Cr Pearson said that four years ago there was a promise of 67g90 for improvements to the Dandenong station aud yard, and why was this so. This wuold be usdful to the deoutation to know.
PAKENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
FAKENH AM. Constable Maher has had his troop horse taken from him, the idea being to make this a bicycle station. It is probable this matter will be ventilat ed at the council meeting on Satur day, the general opinion is the idea is impracticable. S At the Paklenham police court recently, Messrs J. O'Brien and W'. Ralph were proceeded against under ; the W\idth of Tyres Act. for over loading. The former was fined £2/4 and [2/2 costs, and the latter £4/S and [2/2 costs. Mr. Homes appear. ed for the council. ' The anliuil meeting of the trustees, committee and subscribers of the mechanics' institute was held last Friday afternoon. The president, Mr. Mulcahy, was in the chair. The balance-sheet showed the past year had been a successful one. The election of office-bearers resulted as follows:--President, MIr. D. J. Bourke; vice-president, MIr. J. Mulcahy ; treasurer, J. J. Ahern ; secretary, R. Clements; auditors, Messrs J. Ramage and R. Webster; committee, Messrs J. R. Heuty, \V. Bloo...
MRS. BRIDGET MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
MRS. BRIDGET MIURPHY. The attractlion at the Town Hall on TucE. day next. May 12, will be the ILowerd Smith Comedy Co. in the brickingly funny farcical comedy, " Mrs Bridget Mlurphy." Mr tIoward Smith, who appears as the Wid,~lw Murphy, comes with an English, American, and Australian repatation as a first class comediran, and will be supported by a com pany of metropolitan artists, including Ada LawreneF, MRige Henrlck, Rica Lor:eLz, George Bryer, Truman Neilbon, Syd. ?iocrg, Wi:l lgwart and Olifllyrd Ferly. The comedy is interspersed with the latest sougs, and is a laugh [trom start to finish. Mr W. C. Greaves, President of Cranbourn) Shire Couneil, hao returned from a receut rin be New South Wales, and preslded at tba oousa!limeeting on saturday,
PAKENHAM UPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
PAKENHAM. UPPER. Fruinlt carting is still keeping' or :hardists busy. Top prices have een realised for most of the fruit oron this district. Many of the residents intend increasing their fruit area. The progress association held a meeting on Saturday evening, and after the business was concluded a debate took place on whether the crown should grant free land to settlers. Messrs Stan. Camp, Wise would, Brown (2), and Carne, were the speakers, and their views were listened to with flattering attention by those present. It was decided to hold a debate upon "War-for and against," on the first Saturday evening in June. A concert in aid of tihe tennis funds is being organised by Messrs Lyn, Holdenson and \V. Moyle. Town talent has been engaged, and pro vided the evening is not wet, a large audience is 'expected. A coffee stall will be ptesided over by the young ladies, and extremely moderate prices charged. General sympathy is felt for Mir and IMrs Yonge for the loss of their little girl....
"THE ARCADIANS." [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
STI-HE ARCADIANS." " The Areadians" Quoadrille Club hold its Sopening dance in the Town Hall, Dandetwng, on Thurday niht last, and it proved a ru:~t enjoyable evoeniog. There was not a lrgo gathering pruesent, the rain in the early yeu ing keepiang visitors from a distance in their homes. The stage was adorned with foliage plir.tn, an I on tables the cLo'co elibhrs pro vided by the ladies were store5, At 12 a'clock small card teLles were covered wi:h seralerttes arranged near the sitage. and on these a d tinty cofftesupper easserved by some of the m.ale memberi of the club, n ho wvaited on the ladils mott assiluousIly. Ties music nwas "?,ire y lheaienly," as one yoeung lady nexpressed it, and the pretty wailt, Oxford, gracefully dncedl by a few memnbers, called forth acclamation from tie onlookers. The Olub affords a csplen. did opportunity to beginners to learn danocilg, as the memterrs make every effort to see that all visitors secere partlnere. The onnsic eaa snppliel bl Mr Lnn. ...
SPRINGVALE [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
SPRINGVALE Land and house propt .ty in the vicinity of the Springvale Station is going up in value every week, and high prices are being asked for build ing blocks. Owners are putting too great a value on their holdings, and this is likely to retard the progress of the town and district, as speculator's willnot payr extrem.e.prOic~sj9or laud From [5o to 2oo00 per acre is being asked for land which a very few years ago was sold for from 69 to [I5 per acre. Owners can do as they like with their property, but are they not cutting a rod for their own backs in hanging out for a fictitious price? There is a mild "land-boom" on just now, not only in Springvale, but in other places, but it may not last, and owners will be left with land on their hands. If they would act with a little leniency, and encourage sales of land, buildings would go up, city and suburban people would come out here to live, and the neuclus of a thriving township would be planted. In the past we have been stagnant. Wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
G N ommonweattb ... .an ofustralia HEAD OFFIOE ! SYDNEY . SI Bank Is open for all classs of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STRET, MELBOURNE AI" o at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth. Ihobart, IBrilbane, Rockhampton, Townnsville, and London. Cable remittances onrde to, and drafts drwn o en 00fcin pl.ones direlt. : Foreign bills negnillied and collected. Letters of cretit issued to nna port ol the woerhl. htills negotlateli or loroarded for collection. ltaokinog on dFehann e nuiones o eerr deserip ion tranvaoted wrthln the Comnona wealth, United Kinpdoo ant1 abrood. Current aL'cootls opened;. Intereet paid ott Bted deposits. Advances made agamist approved securities. SAVINGS EANK DEPARTMENT Viotorian Oentral Omont 317 COLLINS STREET, MIELBOURNE. - ranches in the abore eities and 2,000 Agencles at Poet Offier tlhrooghout the Commonwealthb. Depoelte from /I- to £300. Interest at 3: per annum. Depeelte or Withdrawals may be made at any Bnranch or Agency within t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
DR. L. L. SMITH'S Practice 71 Collins Street, Melbourne. Medicines appropriately packed and forwarded to all parts of FEE BY LETTFR, £1. Victoria by return of post. Dr. L. L. Smith's Medical Almanac, 1914?, Now Ready. Order Early. Price lid. All booksellors. DR. F. E. LANGLEY, MAY BE CONSULTED AT HIS I Q(D StURGERY, ·C ornero'of SCOTV & TIIO1AS-STJS. S. H us. -11 a.m., -3 and 7-Sp.m. And at his Privato Rosidcnce, McRAE STREET (Late Sir Samuel Gillott's.) Telephone, Dandenong 10 A CARD. DI. G. A. GRIFFITfI ft LYas Commenced Practice in BERWVICK. Nurse Wilokens, E PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR LADIES "Valetta," Robinson street, _ ut-door Paticuts Attended To. Terms Moderate. @MR. ARTHUL BRfANSTOD Surgical and leclhanical I DeItist, Profcssioral Chanmbers, 110 COLLINS-STREET, 1KiLBO .3NE, And t MARKET BUILDINGS, DANDKNONG, ESIRES to notify the Residents T of Dandenong and surrounding districts that he has taken up his Resi dence in Dandenong, and may be con nsultel at his rooms, Tue?day...
DISTRICT NEWS. ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
BaflfennfQa 'Albertiscr. DANDENOsG, TIIr;RSDAi, MAYr 7. DISTRICT NEWS. ASPEN DALE. The residents of Aspendale are in great hopes that when the main road and footpath are completed there i will be an enormous influx of visitors to this delightful seaside resort. The number of all the year round residents "" ;:ls steadily on the increase. It would be a boon to pedestrians if the Dan denong Shire Council would put up notices forbidding persons from rid ing motor cycles, bicycles or horses when the mischief is done.
SCOTTS WANTED HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Dandenong Advertiser and Cranbourne, Berwick and Oakleigh Advocate — 7 May 1914
SCOTTS WANTED HERE. The North and South Poles have both boeen discoveredl, but there are still lots of pltces the geographtcal world is simply achlig to have tldefnll ito facts about. Geographers were badly sold lately when an explorer knocked on fte head the bellief that-the river Brah miapltra (a mtighty river that flows along thle north side of tile Hlimtalayas and jolIls tle Ganges) 'possesses a waterfall comtpared with which Niag ara is a baby. The lower part of tlhe river is some thou;ands of feet lower than thie up per reaches, and it ihas long been thought that the unexploredt mildlo region includetd a mighlty cataract. It doesn't. The geographical world is so-rry, but glad to know. Arabia is a couliry with vast pos sibilities for thle ambitious explorer. Only the coast fringe is really known even to tile natives, whlo call the in terior The Litnd of the Void." There are 600,000 square miles of it, and it may containt absolutely atnytlhing iu the way of riches, runllsll, or-...