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CARRUM v. CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
CARRUM v. CHELTENHAI[. 'This match was played last Sat aurday. To the uninitiated this is a wmere statement of fact, but to the initiated it is a statement of an experience, It will be the greattt difficulty to name the exact spot where the game took place. Some say Chel, ea, others Carrum, the scribe says neither. He had to walk a loL.g way before he heard the shouts of the enthusiasts. Even then, the voices were a very insufll. cient guide to lead hin to the spot where the bag of wind was to be kicked. After several detours first one side of the line then the other, over sandy country, in and out of the ti-tree, which is the doubtful glory of that portion of the fore. shore, he imagined he was. there, To his disappointment he found he was not there and couldn't get there. The shouts were not far, away certainly, but how to locate them was the diffiiulty. A further change of route was made ; in and out and round about, until a clear spot was observed, in a teographi. cal spot, prob...
To-day's Fixtures. SENIOR GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
To-day's Fixtures. SENIOR GRADE CAULFIELD v MIDDLE BRIGHTON (Riaoh) HEATHERTON, v CARRUMI (Nathan). MENTONE v BLACK ROCK I (M'Kinnon) AMOORA,,IIýTN PARK v MOORABIBIN (Andrawartha) CHIELTENHAM abye JUNIOR GRADE, GARDENVALE v IMIORDIALLO( ~(Lee) CHI ELTENHAM. v. 'ELLINDALE (Ruet) CAMDENTOWN v GLENHUNTLY (Munro) ELSTERNWICK a bye
BLACK ROCK v. CAULFIELD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
BLACK ROCK v. CAULFIRILD DISTRICT, The picturesque ground of the former, with its surrounding ti-tree hedge on the road side, and the heavier growth on the cliff side, with the rippling waters of the bay as a background, sparkling in the sunshine of such a day as last Sat urday, was the scene of operations of the above teams The ground was in perfect order, and there was a fair muster of spectators. Unfor tunately with many of the oaen grounds, adequate means for the accommodation of the visiting play ers are not provided; as was the case on this occasion. Both teams stripped sturdy and of about even weight, and another olean open game has again to be recorded. May this pen always be able to send down to posterit" that fact. When the bell tinkled the half-time spell Black Rock had notched 4 goals 1 behind to Caulfield's 2 goals 4 be hinds, the scores showing a very fair example of the play. In all probability Black Rook's lead would have been less six points had not " Snowy" endeavo...
GROCERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
UUOOE:RS. Co-oporit th'o S tore0?, (lioltenham, 'rV iIoro011111, U:hltonttotJmr, 'I'IIonlIIHof an Id Co,, Ciioltonliam, Abbott iiid Miison, Muiitono. UtoyiioIdN lirI'O,, ANoI' OOI'iIJ1 NuNr, WoodsI, lI IgIott. I'ior ill 11(1 aibl~inN, Aspoiidala.. . 11', Shepherd, ANpUIJdbto. D41f18 11,wins, ANPUIndalo. Sorvioo 1111( Elliott, Brighton. It.J 'eCoeu F'. BJishop, Celsea,.VI Staite Stores, Chelsea. v
POSITION OF CLUBS. Senior Grade [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
POSITION OF CLUBS, Sonlor Grado OCLUB Pla yed Won Lost Drawn Points SCHELTENHIAM ., .. 2 2 0. ' 0 .8. M.IDDLE BRIGHTON 2 9 0 0 8 MOORABIBIN .....,, 2 1 1 0 4 BLACK ROCK ...... 2 1 1 0 4 MENTONE .. ...... 2 1 1 0 4 CAULFIELD 2 1..... 1 1 0 4 HEATHERTON, .. ..2. 0 2 0 0 CARRUM ..... ....1 0 1 0 0 MOORABIN -PARK 0 . . 0 Junior Grade. GARDENYALE .. .. .. 2 2 0 0 8 ELSTERNWICK ..... 2 ,') 0 0 8 CHELTENHAM .. .. . 1 1. 0 . 0 4 MORDIALLOC.,'... 1 1 0 0 4 GLENHUNTLY .. .. ?2 0 2 0 0 Ci\MDENTOWN . 2... 0 2' 0 0 ELLINDALE ......... 2 0 2 0 0
Last Saturday's Results SENIOR GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
Last Saturday's Results SENIOR' .GRADE. Win Pts Lose pta CHELTENHAM ..... 119 CARRUM ........ 27 MOORA BIN ..... ... 119 HEATHERTON ...... 13 MIDDLE BRIGHTON. 58 MENT.ONE. ...... .. 1 BLACK ROCK ...... 36 CAULFIE.LD.......30 JUNIOR GRADE,. EILSTERNWICK .. .. . 140 ELLINDALE ....... 6 MORDIALLOC...... 74 CAMDENTQWN ... 29 GARDENVALE. ...... 71 GLENHUNTLY ... .. 19
RESCUED FROM THE CURSE OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
Aif RpCE OF GOD. BY PASTOR RUSSELL. ' 'iersl shall be no ,mrs!e ure," \Ye a're emerning from a horrible nighl. Mare of delusion. The shackles of supr. atiton are breaking from our minds. Our retfahers, under the threat that to doubt the creeas iwas to be damned, feared to think for themselves. Satan helped not ,liy to make our creeds, but to manacle u? to them 'by direful threalts Well may wv praite God for the dawning light of the hew day, which is bringing Ius pirituad ltesa'ng, even as it is showering upon is telp;oral advantages saish II t?e world c?rvr tufore knew. rl'cdotm to think transcends ai physical libertie, Truly, "tho liberty wherewith 'Chri:t miake free" is the great boon oi eod to mlan. In proportion a it has been rlceved, there is joy; otherwise, there is I uoitintn, groaning, pain, God's curse, as set forth by the creed, cons';giu the whole world to eternal tor. ture, except as any should be so fo'tunate a. to hear of the Saviour; to respond, ond to be favorably en...
DRESSMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
-DRESSMIAKERS.' Mrs. Cooper, Ilighett. ESTATE AGENTBS. E. Lessing, Chelsea. W. P. Fairlam,,.. Clheltenham.' Small and Edwards, Mentone. D., White, Mordialloe, F, J. Newton, Mordialloo. W. E. Looker, Montone. R. W. Wilton, Aspendale. M. S. Lannan, Mentone. Callaghan and Co., City. S. J, Cook, Chelsea. W. A. Towler, Chelsea. Clarke and Sons, Dandenong.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
Latest Styk and Quality Mar hll', ., t) x-blood Bals, 21s Wallaby oi go toes, 15s 6d Glazed Kid Bals. 18s nd. Box Calf, 18s _ Woman's Ox.i ,od St:ot-s, 14s 6d Woman's Court Shoes, Kismets, 14s 6d J, M. (IL OUR, BOOTS RRA\I OCFIDIALLOC. Phc.ne, 41 thelt. THIS 5 Y0 YOUNG T 588YEARS. :. He is a VITADATIO Man, et ntherefore has the blood tof youth and vitality in his veins, This, notwithstanding the fact that eighteen years ago he was pronounced absolutely Sincurable, suffering from that S \ terrible disease HYDATIDS. SHe spent over £1,000 in S doctors and medicines before Lhe took VITADATIO, which thoroughly cured him, and lie S has since made it his life's S mission to introduce the medicine that cured.him to other sufferers in most corners of thie earth where there is S'` suffering humanity. Be a Vitadatio Man Yourself. it gives manly strength. It makes you young and keeps * ' you young all the days of your life, by purifying tihe blood and removing all disease from the system, It wi...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
GENERAL ITEMS. R?ogent Park, Aspendale.--An adyertise moent, cegarding this famous estate appears elsewhere. A large number of blocks have already beeoon sold; there Is still some left. Great improvements have already beeoon effooted on this area, and there is a reason. able chance of values of iunsold blocks being raised without further notice. Pro. spective buyers would do well to act quickly. Important Sale,-Upon referring to our fifth page, readers will find that a sale of township properties Is advertised.by W. P, Fairlam, auctioneer, for the 16th May. The properties include a brick villa resi dence. three minutes from Oholtenulham station, in a really good and high position. The property is well known as it was owned by tihe late Mr T. A. Edwards. Another residence which is to be offered for sale is a seven-roomed W B. villa, owned by Dr A. F. Joyce. This also is fitted with the best of conveniences, and is in close proximity to the station, Vari. one building allotments and a...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
CHELTENHAM. Mr Knox writes:--"I hope you will make a correction in your next issue to the effect that in the ease, Warburton v. Roberts, I was not with Mrs Warburton at the time." The members of the W.C.T.U,, held the ordinary business meeting on Tuesday last at the Mechanics' Institute, Mrs Roberts presided thereat, members from Caulfield, Mentone, Meorabbin and Chelton ham being present. Mletlods of pro cedure for the enuing 'year were discussed, and quite a numnber of im portant activities dooided upon. The offer of Mrs F. W. Martin for the use of her house for the ordinary monthly meeting was gratefully accepted. After business had bgoen disposed of, a musical programme was submitted, and an address liven by .Mr A, P. Wilson, The chair on this occasion was occupied by Mr C, H. Fairbank, who kept the meet ing moving, Mr Wilson's remarks were much appreoiated, although probably during the"delivery of them some people's corns wore trodden on more especially in his advocacy of tempe...
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
MENTONE. Several robberio's have taken place recently in this township. On Tues day April 27th the week-ond house of Mrs Max Borehardt, was left securely locked, and on the following Friday May 1st, his daughter on arrival at the house at 4 p.m., found an outside bedroom door broken open and several article6s missing. She then went to the main building, and found the back door had been forced open, and altogethoe artioles to the vu.9of £40 stoJni.i 'Alsimilar ase is that 6f Mr P. F. Darlo socurity clerk of Darling road East Malvern, whose week-end place was burglariously entered between 27th and 30th April, and goods to the value of £7 stolen. In each case a jommy had been used, leaving dis tinct marks. Constable Orookett has' the matter in hand. It has been resorted to the police, that the following artioles were foand in the scrub off Antibes street, viz, a largefratiied picture of a lady, a dress of yellow material, a small cash box and some thread. The admirers of the 'late Mrs ...
BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
J. W. Ierriii, C2JIoHoL. V. C, Bumpltoi d, iothellortoL J. WYobl, Mordialloc. A. Poynlon, Mordiallou. I'nieo BIros,, Mbloitono. II, Howoll, (hlilllu lnin t. J. lonazloy, Clhlueliilinin. A, Markis, Cariini. M, 1. Wil'rd, U(emn'tull.