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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
THE NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1'914 . 5 IIIII I; I r--~-~--~ ---.- _-_mI,~IL - "sl '~P ' - ,I .,,- III II141~~~ -p .m LONDON'S GREAT PARK at ASPENDALE TP aESTATE The Premier Subdivision. Within three minutes of Station'and Beach, with rigtotf-way to the sea, facing centre of the Estate Metal road about to be made from Estate to Station. l Blocks fronting 50ft road. See the Great Improvements now being made on the, Estate, The vendors intend this to be The Uarden City of Aspendale These Magnificent Blocks will command big profits in the near future . Buy Now at Original Price As the Vendors Intend to advance the price of all blocks remaining after Improvements are completed £5 Deposit Balance to Five Years,. Sole Agent. Iesiding on the Estate, Call or write. S-, , , , - - To be offered by Auction This Day at 3 p.m., on'the Qround THIS ESTATE IS CLOSE TO THE CHELTENHAM RAILWAY STATION, SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, SHOPS and BANKS, CRICKET GROUND, POST OFFICE, MECHANICS' INSTIUTE READ THIS AND ATTE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
F. J. Jones's General Store, CIrl.,:Slhl,A Orders called for and delivered punctua\lly. We want your patrotnag. CARRUM BUTCIIERY. A. Marks ON SA\ L : * Primcst lied, ,Mutton, Smaln G,,oto., etc. Ilivericrks daily throughlmut the distri.'t. Phone, Chelt. 142, Ladies' and Children's 0o0raI "r")oi's, et0. MISS SHEPHERD l vite? i l ' 't L f h : .thC . l st iLn:ry. I.xrlis3 anl I )'dIon's ft ? ,. t'. .N ,1; A ,\ idcF'. MAIN S'RII-, , RDIAI'.LLOO (Ne r tmlway Srniion). SJ. TEPHENIS, .'RUITERER & GREE.NGROCER The Parade Mentone Fresh supplies alwaysjAvailable R. W, Wilton, LAND, ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT, HUda ParBI, IfpenIalB, "The Kismet" Tea Rooms On the Beach Way, CHELSBA Bungalows To Let, Complete arrangements for Week. enders and families. Bathing Box. Private Dining Roo. for Boardler, Piano. Mrs Walker, Proprletress, A. Rankin, ligh-uClass Tailor, 101 SWANSTON.STRERT, Melbourne And at MIENTONI Phone Oentral 7182 Beautiful Beaumaris, Magnificent Position. LARGE ALLOTMENTS Wi...
THE FARM. LUCERNE THE WONDERFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
THE FARM, ----+--+- LUClERNIE THII WONDICRFUL, F. D. Coburn writes, in the court:e of an. article in the "Aatlonal Laqd and Irrigation Journal,". (U.:A.) : -The man who, in those dlays says his land will not produce lucerne, a plant that will grow pretty much everywhere else, casts a severe re fleation, not only on himself, but cn his land, his locality, and his State, To say that "any fool .can grow lucerne" is misleading, but with fair" treatment, under fairly favourable conditions, it is bringing good for tune to thousands of those who know It hoeat and use a fair intelli gence in their dealings with. it. Among its fundamental requirements is a fairlJ fertile soil, free from weed seeds, in gdod tilth, with a surface painstakingly: fined, 'levelled, and, amoothed, There Is little difference bqhtweeon sauccessful lucerne growing and the succoassful growing of other crops,. Poor farming never bringis hig crops, nor will poor land produce as largo yields as the more 'fertile, Failure...
The Fool in Lear [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
The Fool in Lear By .B, In looking through Professor Stalker's recent book, I happened upon the following :--" In King Lear , . , a comic figure is kept moving in and out from the beginning to the end uf tile action. This"is the king's fool." It jarred. To call the "sorrowful-eyed fool" of Lear a comic figure seemed, to say the least of it, unkind-like whistling at a man's funeral, Amongst the minor characters of Shakespeare, Lear's fool seems to ine to be one of the most pathetic, and this, I think, was the dramatist's intention, as we shall find if we look more closely at the character of the person in question, It is noticeable that in most narra tives in which a ha!f-witted person is inttoduced, he is generally repre sented as having a. keener peroep tion and intuition thian many of the other charaoters. There is a temp tation to endowthe fool, or j ster, or feeble-minded person with a kind of second: sight, and to give his mqudlin utterances some inner and significant interpret...
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XIII. AN ARCADIAN VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
Terribly Tempted. A SURIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. - CIHAI'TEIl XIII, AN. AIOADIAN VILLA. "'Slceep sank thlvn lower than the tide of dreamsu, And their dream watchlied thonm sink and slide away," After sorei months' absence from England, Mr, ind Mrs. Stamnor re turned from lands of niat and beauty, to settle down in the most homely lnd practioal fashion in a pretty little vill4 at Bayswater. Mrs. Denart hiad oex ei't(d horself to the utmost to'moet thoe Colonel's wishes; and necomlnpliedJiy his "alter ego" (apttin Maludsloy, hadul visited a wise estatb agent, who soo:i put them in the way of finding S charming resridenoo, i * Maudsloy apparently, took a deopi interest in the comfort of the happy pairl I he appreciated and admiired Lu, noro a nature: which was moulded on those fine, noble lines which invariably Iring their possessor disappointment und.sorrow; for to be above mediocrity -whetherll in art or fooling-is to he made iniserable. Anything above me diocrity is so often fatal....
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
OENIMRAIa. hnf?'Wors- J.,T- , Ti, R(mth, BOritiloigh, lMotorwe-Motor nl)vn . (i, Cheltotilnm. lPi.j.--Glfri f'llths. ("holt(hflain. S?aw Mill fi J. anld C. Catiudwell, .,, iM tono. i'omtto Suce--T'om Smitl'3, ,"What about that threo0coloo job you wep tldnkflug about? Dou't run away with the idea the local ofilce can't do it '0ive us tho chance, Yonu'll sn?b monby byaskitlg '3Thoe 'Now' to fiend r,,oprofivtative to yolr. ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
Caudwell's SAW AND LIOUIIWIM . MILLS, mntoane & 1Iordlaloo1 J. & C, C, AUDWELL beg to an. Mounce that they have just erected at their Mentone Timber Yard. a thoroughly up-to-date Saw and Moulding Mills, and are now pr,. pared to do all classes of Planing Moulding, Boneh and BAND SAWING, etc, at MELBOURNEI PRICES., SEND FOR PRICE LISTS, and prove for yourselves that Dj Purohasing Locally you will ,et only Benefit your Oltrioat but will 8AVE MONEY at the Same Time Furnishing a Builder's Ironmongou; Ovens Paints 8pouting Oils Coppers Colors Ridging Glass Tin?ware Corruatediroa Brushwe.e 'Gal, and black piping Red Gum Down Pipes Jarrah Pumps Hardwood Lime Flooring Cement W,.athorboards Bricks Doors Laths SasheA Bathe Mouldinge Sinks ALL AT MELBOURNE PRICES F PLUMJING WORK' 'Of every Descripti u doue ei'her by Tender oi Privately. A Licensed Plumber Cdiistantly Employed, GALVANISED IRON TANKS A SPECIALTY J. and J CAUDLWELL Have wtll stooked Wood, Coal and Coke Depjots ASP...
THE TRANS-CONTINENTAL NORTH TO SOUTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
THE TRA'NS-CO;TINENTAL NORTH TO SOU H LINE, -4-..- That bugboar of Australian railway travelling, the break of gauga, is apparently to be again thrust upon us in the Queensland trans-contln:n tal line scheme, Thie popular ,4magi nation Is apt to consider the con ,vorsion of a narrow to a wider gauge as a comparatlyely simple matter, Unfortunately this is not so; rulci a~prbject requires the laying of wld?r slooeepers throughout the whole d's tance, while bridges and the pler manent ways would all have to be rebuilt, In some districts it would le necessary to choose a totally rd'v route to obviate engineering difllsul. ties, Two important railway, schemes are now occupying the attention of thl Queensland Government. One is the linking up of the various coaes.al lines to give connection between Briebane. and the busy northern Ports, and the other is to open up the rich far western country, The latter line would take a route direct from Camooweal on the Barkly table. land towards Tharg...
CLEAN HANDS AND A PURE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
CLEAN IATAND AMiND A PURER I.- HEART, IIE ""AW S.hY PASTOR RUSSELL. Trex, "Who shall, 'scend into tlo Hill of tilic Lord? Or who ehall stand in His Holy TPlmo? Hie that hath eckean li(ndd and a purlnr Iart (P.sa xxiv, 3, 4) Tlhe pen Itiietiir'd f tlIe. JJible astlound rii w'ith heilr ieleiilrns ilnld ([iciefhlne.d, thlhri' .erisjpnncs ind lfoilediuw , T''lid i'u. phil Iiil'ividiaNs int "wl iting will oI?dinar i outl lici'ane.iI, hut wili la tling l'ii poet io foriii ganiid tin th which hne limself could, uiot, I'lly aplpileciad St. Pete'r tell usI that thii was lihe ease with all the Pruliuets I] said that holy noiii of God lpiljkio as I l'y werf, moved by lthe Holy Spirit; and I. the l ii t i' lii which .liPy ?vrote were in iendld, not fur tllemid lvoa but for the Clhurchl, during this (Gsped Ago. ' interpreting nur text in' harmony with other )n'pro lu'eit,, we prceii 'tiha' t thl e words dlo not reifr t tthe literal Zion. nor In the Hioly Place of. Iarael - Mount Zioni lypiailly ...
HEATHERTON [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
HEATHERTON &nbsp; ... The movement for the securing of a recreation ground is rapidly de- veloping. Already over 1,200 has been collected or promised. A meeting to deal further with the matter is to be held at Dingley hall next Saturday. &nbsp; Special Young Men's services take place at the Methodist church to-morrow at 3 and 7 pm. Rev A H Horton preaches in the morning, and Messrs Fairbank and Phillips conduct the evening service.
IN MEMORIAM THE LATE MRS C. KEYS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
IN MEMORIAM THE LATE MRS C. KEYS On Sunday. evening last at St. Matthew's Church, Cheltenham, the vicar, Rev C, Crotty, conducted a speoial service to the memory of the above mentioned deceased. There was a very large congrega. tion, most of the hymns sang on that occasion being the favorites of the departed loyal member of the church, In the course of an interest ing discourse the reverend gentle man stated that there had lately passed away the oldest parishioner and tLe oldest resident of Moorabbin shire, in the person of Mrs C, Keys, who died at the wonderful age of 94 years, The lady was born in the year 1820, which was in the year of accession of King George IV., the year after the birth of the late Queen Victoria and five years after the battle of Waterloo. She arrived in Melbourne in 18l2, seven years after the first settlement of the then township of Mlelbourne, when Vic toria was part of New South Wales. A~ residnut of the district for 70 years, she proved herself a good ne...
CHELTENHAM v BLACK ROCK [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
CHELTENHAM v BLACK ROCK Unpunctually 3.35 p.m., the ball was bounced by the umpire, and season 1914 was opened, before a fair number of spectators, who were compelled to pay their nimble silver coin. The teams were: Cheltenham, P. Woff, Harris, Towns, O'Lauchlin, Mathieson, Warburton, A. Biehl, Foreman, Fisher, G. Mains, Johnson, Booker, W. Mains, Mewett, L. Woff, Flynn, Gouldthorpe and King. Black Rock, S. Wass, M'Pherson, Hide, Campbell, Jordan, Binder, Goodbody, Jannieson, Driscoll, Thompson, J. Wass, Crisp, Black- man, Cunningham, Harvey, Carl- son. Cheltenham played fast and yet not furious; with almost undue promptness, Mewett made a good mark and passed to P. Woff who kicked the ball through the sticks, and scored first goal. Warburton made the next attempt, but only scored a behind, it was one point certainly but awfully near being six. Quick travelling and quick passing was the order of the day, in this work Biehl, Foreman, and Mewett were the most conspicuous for Cheltenha...
MORDIALLOC v CAMDENTOWN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
MORDIALIOC v OAMDENTOWN These teams met at Mordialloo on Saturday afternoon, it might almost be said evening, for the game was not commenced till 3.40 p.m. The first contingent of the visitors did not put in an appearance until a few minutes before the time mentioned, they arrived per van, and explained that the remainder had evidently missed the train, and would arrive later on. The teams were: Merdialleo--Glaufield (capt.), Tait Hardiman, Rodgerson, Hall, Lam bert, Emery, Jones, Fielder, Cobb, Murphy, MoMahon, Stuart, Goggie, Martin, Molnerney, Langham, and Robertson. Camdentown. - Hooper (eapt), Lewis, Levison, Patten, Carlson, Parrish, Arnett, MoAlister, Ahorn, Willisen, Chrimtie, Lyons, MoKean, Ostler, Hoare. Mordialloo won the toss and with the aid of a fairly good wind immedi. ately attacked the southern goal, but for a considerable time without result, except a few singles. The visitors, with only twelve players, and handicapped by the wind, put up a stubborn fight for a tim...