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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
The National Mutual Life. Association A NOTABLE ILLUSTRATInd OF THE NON-FORFEITURE PRINOIPLE,. A policy was taken out by Mr Win. J; Edwards, on lst December,1881, and lihe paid the premiums regularly up to 1s December, Lb87, After that dple he pali no further prouemiums, The oce advanced , the unpaid premiums out of the Surrender Value, and kept the policy in full forca n til the death of Mr Edwards on 13th October, 1891. The position of the policy thenou was - Sum assured., .,.... £290 0 Bonuses added to Polioy to date of death ,,. ... 23 .6 0 Less Premiums and Interest,'313 6 advanced by the Associa. tion out of the Surrender Value of the policy ,,, 54.19 Amount handed to Widow of deceased ......... £258 6 6 Although only 6 years'.premilms wei paid, the policy vwas kept tn flrcefor r1 &lt;years. 'the above is piblished as a s'rlking example of the bnn0ts to b .btained b) t.g t'p l ton _it ona! M ut hd it :.h.,un. elation if ALstraala Luitiq '1 Resident Agetis NM. BROWN AND...
Brighton District. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
Brighton Distriet. First Grade, Highett v Sandringham Union v A.N.A, EItlidale v Hampton Trinity v Cheltenham Sandringham Presbyterians v Congregationuls Third Grade. Moorabbin v Highett F. Butler (Cheltenham) gave a good account of himself at the interstate cricket match played in Sydney during the holidays. It was termed "the colt'&" match, the contesting teams being junior repret sentatives of Victoria and New South Wales, In the first innings Butler made 26, and in the second 47 (highest score). The match resulted in a draw. The Caulfield-Moorabbin Associa tion is amongst the five remainihg in the inter association competition, The finals are to be played at an early date.
Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
Bowls. (In all cases where competing clubs are mentioned, the matches took place, or are to take place, as the case may be, on the ground of the first-mentioned, Order of players read--: kippers first, thence to leaders). L. Canty (Mentone) and his team (Messrs Lannan, T. H. and S. Townsend) scored well in the four rink tourney, played recently on ,he city club's green. They were bnly beaten by the winning team, Holdoway (South Melbourne), by 6nue point. The latter held a good lead up to the last end, when Canty got in a sixer. but was still a point short. A metropolitan paper says: "Stanley Townsend did some ex cellent work, playing second for Canty, and the latter drew some fine shots In the pairs tournament, Canty and his mate were beaten in the fourth round.,
ESTATE AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
ESTATE AGENTS, W. P. Fairloiu, Cheltenham Small and Edwards, Meutoue D. White, Mordialloc. ,. J. lNe~wton, Mordialloo. W. E. Looker, Mentone, R. W. Wilton, Aspendale. M. '. Lannan, Mentone, Callaghan & Co City, S. 1, Cook, Chelsea W. A. Towler, Chelsea
AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATION AT THE EXPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATION AT THE EXPOSITION. The opening of the .Panama Canal wviii almost eclipse in world events even the completion of the Suez Canal; and to Australia especially the successful 'consummation of the years of American labour and enter prise, is a matter of vital import ance. Mr. Adams, Governor of Colorado, recently spokie of the gigantic nature of the work, and added that the canal itself is worth a hundred years to the development of the commerce of the Pacific. In this great chance of southern commercial development, Australia and America have an equal interest, and, owing to the presence of the Canal and to the tremendous reduction in the American tariff, a ocw and practically, limitless market has been o.ered us.. Under these cir cumstances, therefore, It is a matter for congratulation to know that in the much discussed Exposition the Commonwealth is to have a place. The Australian grant of £20,000 for this object is to receive subsidica tion from the States u...
AN UNEXPECTED LEGACY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
AN U'IXPXCTED LEGACOY, S----+4 -- Although the law is popularly be lieved to be dry as dust, now and again lawyers have opportunities of fered them for acquiring matter for a popular novel, which would fill any znovelist with envy. A case in point Is the romance of Mary Maria Ma lone, who for more than 50 years lived and finally died in her adopted land of South Australia, Although her real age and origin. is shrouded in mystery, her name points to the Emerald Isle as her birthplace. She was the child of poor parents, and being naturally adven throus, could not have been more than fifteen when she undertook the hazardous experience of emigrating alone to Australia, Over thirty years ago she opened a store In North Adelaide, and the ven ture proving s'cceesful, Miss Malon' obtained the help of a friend. .,he two women managed well togett hw, until the friend left the businel.s in order to get married. The ýwo families .livel near one an other,.) and Miss Malone' became do votedl atta...
MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
MENTONE .-errand FIrau Kafrl lo1ller alt to sing he celebviattfd duet, "0 8ali; tari`S' (Beethoven), at the I I 'clo 'k mass :it St. lbIt,'i k', Church tw. The local clab, play their firtr, matoh on the .new pitch in the Reooeatio? (:irolurd, to-day, whenw they moot Malvchi':i dstrict Attention, is .die:eted to the busi. n1es advt. ,f M~'., 1lonnioe, baker. 'his conmpetont tadesma?n has soeerod a relltat on for finto quality ,i , , t. ,t.,* ; A'j..:;1,Ljy" Zy4, t 5 ? -COli?.? .nsve oeddiiionmu to the bakery, icludiug a new and np-to. (late oven. A speooial meooting of tlhe' I?rogress Associasion is to, bo holl on l'riday next, when a proposal to, holdt moot ings of members Iuonthlly,. in, place of anlnually, is to be disetased, There is very littloltobe said, against snoh a proposal, vwhicr, if adopted, cannot do much ltarnm,. and: may possibly do good. Vwany members wvuld proefer asking, a, qhtlustio or making a brief statoemnnt at an ordinary monthly meeting;. than writing a lette...
BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
BUTCHERS, J. W. Perrin, Chelsea W. C. Bumpstead, Heatherton J. Webb, Mordialloc. A. Po. uton, 'Mordialloc, . Paice Bros, Mentone. H. Hewett, Cheltenham. J. Beazley, Cheltenham, A. larks, Carium
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
MORDIAL LOC. A little mild excitement was caused on Tuesday afternoon by' the movements of a shark in the vioinity of the pier. Evoentually Mrl Lowe captured the fish, which mea sured 8) feet in length. The new post oflice is still being looked for. No one appears to know whether it will be finished this year or next. Some say there's no muoney, whilst otheos say that with the advent of the new Federal government things are so prosperous that tradesmen ¶annot be sooured. All we know is that the land has been purehased, plans prepavrd, and that new ptomises are urgently re quired. General regret has been expressed in many quarters that the annual carnival has been allowed to drop. We join in these expressions, as the affair had become to be looked upon as a popular district function, an outlet for some people's super fluous energies, and a money raiser. Perhaps, even at this late hour, it is possible for the Progress Asso clation to take the mnatter up, and if no one will accept the ...
BUILDERS Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
BUILDERS Ptc, I ,,Burdett, Aspeudale. J. H. Jefferson, Brighton. W. M. Billings, Carrum, W. Grundy, Mentone, J. Williamson, Chelsea. W, Adams, Mordialloc F. H, Powell, Chelsea Gand A. Coates, Chelsea C. Brain, Chelsea
Mount Balfour Mines [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914
Mount Balfour Mines -i--0----- There is quite a pumber of Men tone residents who are shareholders in the above, company. The annual general meeting was held at 31 Queon-stroot; Melbourne, on Tues day last, Mr J. A. Taylor presiding thoreat; The balance sheet was received and adopted, subjeot to audit. The chairman said that as soon as the balance shoot was audited,, in two or throp days, it would be printed, and copies would be cirou lated, -It was estimated that it would cost only £10,000 to run a train as far as Moagha, which was the coontre of a promising a'rioul tural district, with supplies, of valuable timber, Thel directors had no objection to the infusion of new blood into the board. Mr A. E. Laugford said that he thought that Mr Lawson, Mr Corri and himsalf could infuso now life into the Balfour dschonme A timber mill could be orected at Meagba.at n oost of £1500, and in a moTith or two timber could be sont to Mel. bourno. A now aschemo for raising: eapital -$1hodld ot be ....