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Journalist's Troubles [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

Journalist's Troubles -0----- We have received the followh'g explanation (?) f om oue of our reportinig stall. It unfolds a tale of woe, and inoideutully confirms our previous bad opinion of the Bean. maris tramway and the Beach road : Dear Mr. Editor,-It is with the deepest regret I have to inform you tlhat the mission you oentrusted aie with, viz., attendance at Black Rock lfootball groumld to 'ully .eort 111atrcl, has not heaefl'litlled. It ?Fan oly. Ilst year you 'senit ime to Brighton Tow n i a siilar iiuest, and 1 hulm lly had to confess to.the humility. of being beaten on aecotnt of beinig in. able to locate the ground. But, alas, sir, no mlore will you forgive me, as this time 1 have to admit beilig "bun kered." No; would that I were only bunkered; would that the cireulalcdo pression of the gole links were the only holes that it was my fortune to meet on' Satiurdiay last. But list to the tale, I, rash fool,, ti my: at tempt to rach the appointed rendez. yous, endeavored to i...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

Football Notes. Attenborough Park juniors (Mor dialloc) played Oarrum State achooi boys recently in the park. The game was keenly contested, the re sult being-Attenborougb, 13 goals 11 behinds (89 points) ; Carrum, 9 goals 13 . behinds (67 behinds). Mr Shaw, a retired league player and umpire officiated as umpire. The president (W. Lvans) enter. tatned the juveniles at the conclu sion of the match. " 0 S The Cheltenham club wish to aoknowledge with thanks receipt of the following donations-Mrs Keys £1 Is, Messrs E. T, Penny and T. H. Ould lOs each, 'and also £1 1s trophy donated by Mr A. P. Wilson to the best all round sport in the club. * * * Some of the dressing rooms pro. vided by teams for the opposing clubs are not all that could be de sired and further steps should be taken to see that proper rooms are provided. A committee meeting of the Chel tenham club is called for Wednes day n.xt in the Mechanics' at 8 p.m. sharp. Cheltenham Juniors team for to day will be picked from the...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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STATE OF THE TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

STATE OF THE -TIDES. Hightide for the nsungin week will be as followe: Sunday ...1.12 ... 1.57 Monday ...2.29 ,;. 3.5 Tuesday 3.88 ,.. 4,9 Wednesday 4.89 ... 5,6 Thuraday ... 5,32 .., 5,57 Friday ... 0.20 .. 6.42 Saturday ... 7.4 ... 7.24 Low tide can be eatimated at about half way betweon the timee mentioned on any one day,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY 00ODS RRPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally, Every article at City prices Circulating Library. Latest Books. Lioensed to sell stamps, Telephone, Cheltenham 75. Agent for all the best makes of Pianos, Expert advice. ECONDHIAND uloggy and l1arness, P. Smiley, Mentone H OODED waggon, good order, cheap, roomy, carry 30 owt, mu't sell. D, E(ughes, Moorabbin. BICYOLE, Massey-Harris, in good order, 43 10s, Comber's, Mentone, FOUR.ROOMED Cottage, for removal, .. two vernadahs uand chimneys, in good .order. W. 1I, Flarris, Din lny P.O., via Ohaltenham, 1)AIR Dayton Scales, cost )0 guineas, Salso suspending brass helves, both practically new. Tak, best ofier, COUC1IMAN, Cremona Street, Mion tone, COW, pick of two. Whitehead, Contr Dandenong.road, Cha?ienhain, PRIME Sugkors and Slips, ORIFFITFr, SArgi. st. and bloorabbin rd, Chelton. FIREWOOD,-2ft flrewood, dry, and sound, lOs per truck. MN. Clments, F'rankston, DO...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

Biroavernent M r1S W ' NEIL and atirly wish to V roturii sinuare thanks for kindness rocoived, and Vj ask. thoir many frironds to o?oept their holartfolt thank, for their ox-' pressions of sympathy, visits, lotteri ci(ards, tlegrnmus and floral tributes ?n their rocont sad bereavement. lain-street, Alordildloc. SATURDAY. MAY 9, 1914.

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WILL U. B. THERE? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

WILL U. B. THERE? I Notifieations under this heading are chalrged at the rate of 1/ for ono inser tion of three lines (about 18 words), 1/6 for two 'insertions, or freeoo of charge when the printing therewith is execu tod at "The News" oflice, The pub. lusher reserves the right to cut down any notied exceeding three hlues., May 9-Progress Assooiation, Chelsea, 8 phu Progress Association, eoathoe on, Spin. 10-Euchre party a, d social, Mor dialloo, 8 p m 23-Cinderella danoe, Mordialloo, 3 tentlia Itanl, 6 p mo

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Poor Jack's Effects. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

Poor Jack's Effeots. A scene of sad significance is the annual sale, "under the direction of lloard of Trade olliclals, of the of facts of sailors of the mercantile navy who have dled at sea ordis appeared, indil whose relations can not he found. The amount realluid by those sales is often a most considerable one, for an astonishing number of men sign articles in assumed names, and give no clue to their relations. Sometimes the articles 'found amongst the effects loft are very curious, and in a' still' greater num ber there is a deep touch of sad. ness about them--libles, lucks of hair, keepsakes with tender inscrip tlions on them; broken rings, andi such things being found in quanti. ties. Equally significant in .i dif ferent Way . are some, of the curious articles 'brought to light, In one batch, for instance, were a ticket-of-leave, a small tin box of the gold portions of all manner of articles of Jewellery from which the atones had been removed, and i'box full of cheating gambli...

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BUILDERS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

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Terribly Tempted A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. FAUST. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

Terribly Tempted A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. FAUST. '0 silonsio l 0 mistero I ineflabile mistero l" Months passed on, and Lenore had yet no reason to regret hel ohoi6e. Heir young life was full of color and bright-' ness, S~me unseen hand 'invariably seemed to smooth the way for her, and make her path oasy, so that the deep, dark problem of existence was as yet unsolved, and she still led the impersonal life of a dreamer, at a fes tival. The Colonel gambled, betted, drank a good deal at times, and was not quite always the gracious gallant gen tleman of the past; but Maudsley, watchful and ever as hand, soothed him, chocked his moods, turned all un pleasant scenes, and by innate taut, good brooding and courtesy, averted that semblance of ill-humour and ir ritation so often apparent in a man heavily in debt and with a slightly congested liver, 'The Colonel and Lonoro had just re turned from the Derby. Another May had downed, the second Spring they had passed together, . Strnamer h...

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BLACKSMITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

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Doctors and Patients No. 3. THE JOLLY DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

Doctors and Patients No. 3. THE JOLLY DOCTOR. And who is tlhere amongst patients past or present, within or without the hospital; that cannot easily re call to mind the well-known face and figure of this man? He is a jovial fellow. His ringing laugh does one good to hear. He is a short, neat, compact little man, with a wonderfully rosy face, broad mouth, very white and regular teeth gray eves, and a head of hair that would grace an Apollo. The jolly doctor is all smiles. You tell him of a wedding, or of a funeral; of an interesting love affair, or a fatal accident, and the smile on his face is the same. It is not quite a laugh, but it approximates so closely to it that you expect ever- moment be will break out into ee, He can't help it, he is built that way, it is the nature of the man. Let him be called in when you are -suffering a meat excluciating pain, and he .will smile at Sou and be delighted to see you1 vely-glad indeed. Ho itnforms you that " cmss~is an interesting case, ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

Caudwell's SAW AND LIOUl LWItg MILL8, alntone & Moa0118a1o J, & C. OAUDWELL beg to an. hounoe that they have just erected at their Mentone Timber Yard. a thoroughly up.to-date Saw and Moulding Mille, and are now proe pared to do all classes of Planinj Moulding, Bench and BAND SAWING, etc, at MELBOURNE PRICQE, SEND FOR PRICE LISTS, aind prove for yourselves that' BI Purchasing Locally you will os only Bonefit your District but wlN SAVE MONEYat the Same Tim Furnishing & Builder's Ironmongry Ovens Paints Spouting Oils Coppers Colors S Ridging Glass Tinware Corruatedirot Brushware 'Gal, and b?eok piping Red Gum Down Pipes Jarrah Pumps Hardwood Lime Flooring Cement W,.,therboardu Bricks Doors Laths Sashes Baths Mouldmings Sinks ALL AT MELBOURNE PRIOES PLUMBING WORK Of every Description done either by Tedeor of Privately. A Licensed Plumber Constantly Employed. GALVANISED IRON TANKS A SPECIALTY J, and U. CAUDWELL Have well stooked Wood, Coal and Coke Depots ASPHLTI...

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DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

DANDENONG MARKET. S'ueiday, Ways, A medium yarding of milkers & springers and for suob, competition wrs very keen, espeolally for good quality cows, some of ,the principal lets as followu,-Milkers-G KeyH 2 to 41515, F. Iell 1 at 412, F. Ein aiodel 5 to 21210, E. Hitggins 2 to 9 15s. H. Gamble 1 at AS 17/6, A. Hill I at90156s A. IHendorson I at 815/, D Gardiner I at £9, J:.Ilunt I at 9 7/6, 11. Clom 2 to £710/ J. Now 2 to £7 178, 8. Corrigan I at. 48 7/8 H. Maatera 2 to 16 7/6, J. Ilughes 1 at 48 9]6, W. G. ye 2 to .7 5, JWest 3to £10 12/6, N.Bowman4 to.£8 5/, G. Burden I at 48 1716, W. Collins I at 48 12/0, T Rogers 2 to £?, A. London I at £8, Spr. ingorer-D. BIourke 3 to .£10 2/6, N. How man 3 to £9 7/6, J. Hughes 2 to £10 5/, F. Einaledel 3 to £9 5/, W. Ford 1 at .7 2/1. G. H Hope 4 to ý 10/, 3, J. Daweon S to £15 6/. A small yarding of store cattle andti pricea'dull. Pigs:. hortaupply, coiiiFpetition keeon, bacon heavy to £5 51, medium to "1 3/, light to £3 6s, pork prime...

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

POULTRY, J, Anderson, Mordialloo. PICTUR I, SHOWS. Mfay's, Mordialloc, Mildo, Cheltonham. SADI)LLERS. I. Maxwell, Cheltenham, F. W. hunter, Chelsea. TAILORS. J. Tainsh, Mordialloc, D. Ewen, City and Chelsea. A. IRankin, Montono and City. I). lomain, Fitzroy and Chelsea. I. ]H mniond, Cheltenham. UNDEI'TAKEIRS. Roose Bros., Cheltenham. F. Powell, Sandringham. WOOD & COATL. J. J. 'ishor, Choltonham,. J, and C, (Caudwell, Mentone, GENERAL. Chafd Work,-J. I,. Smith, "Bentleigh. Motors-M-otor Garage, COhltonham, Pigs--GOriflllhs, Cheltenhamt, Saw Mille-J. and C. Caudwell, Montono. Tomato Snace-Tom Smith's,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

LONDON'S GREAT PARK t ASPENDALE REGENTS PAR. ESTATE The Premier Subdivision. Within three minutes of Station and Beach, with right-of-way to h s, fcing centre of the Estate. ; Metal road abt to be made from Estate S~t Alea, facing 0ft road . r ao t b md See the Great Imp'rovementsnowbeing made on the Estatei The vendors intend this to be, The Garden City of Aspendale These Magnificent Blocks will command big profits in the near future Buy Now at Original Price r .: , :. y . ,". .r ,;,» ''.?fr As the Vendors Intend to advance the price of all. blocks remalning after Improvements are ompleted £5 Deposit, Balance to Five Years., W W IT N Sole Agent. Residing on the Estate. Call or write. I. .. SATURDAY, MAYr 16th at half.past Three Cheltenham Auction Rooms W. P. Fairlam, A uctioneer, CHELTENHAM under instructions from the Trustees, Executors, Agency Co., ??U, 412 Oallins St., Melbourne will offer, by Public Auction, the following estates:T Thos. A. Edwards, deceased. BRICK VILLA RESIDE...

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PRINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

PRINTJI'S, "News" Office, Cheltenham. Tel. Chtltonham, 21.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

H. HEWETT Family Butcher, Nepean Road Cheltenham. Cihanliness and promptness ensures yes satisfaction. Tel 71 HAY, CORN AND GENERAL PRODUCIt STORK. M. L. WOOD, Grocery and Provision Merchant, ...H IG ETT... Agent for. Finest Blended Teas and Coffees. ... . Tejephone 58 Chelt, SJ COOK Chelsea's Oldest First in the Field, First in Business. Oilffice right opposite the Railway Gates, Chelsea. Homes, Blocks and Housee for Sale or To Iet. A. JAGO Builder and Contractor. Frankston Road, CHEILSEA, Plans prepared and eatimates submitted. Metal shop fhonts a speciality J. R. Bond, The Chelsea Fruit Mart, 1rosnh Fruit and Vegetables in leason always on hand Opposite Station, Chelsea. PETERSON & 00, EIGH-CLASS tONFECTIONERB All the Latest Confectionery, Fry's Buchanan's, and Cadbury, , , . Chocolates, , , Dance's Pastry at Town Frices, Ice Cream, ttct MNTroNs PARADE, MENTONE W, ADAMS, CARP1ENTER, JOINER & BUILDER I?RIoDIALLOO' L Jobbing Work attended to. Venetina Blinds made an...

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BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

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A Japanese Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

A Japanese Explanation. (fly Yoshlo 3tarkioo, the Colebrated Author and Artist.) I have never forgotton, and shall never forgot, though I was obly four or five years o0l, that one day when I rushed into my fathor's room ho was surl'rluadd by the rest of my family, all looking serious and respcctful. On the middle of my father's desk I maw an 'old-stylo photo, prilted lot; i glass plate, with black volvot undornoatfi, and not in a boautiful Paulownal-wood Vail"' "'Whose photo is it ?" All woro silent, l1y mother took )eto l.a h1t' lap1 and \\hispered : "'inoi ,ione who is 'too high tol or1' Umouths to utter his honourahle nanmo !" ' " . .. "'The Emperor I" I exclaimed. "Hush I" lily father said, " Take the child away.'' At that tilme It was forbidodn by law to keep the lilkado's photo, I don't know how my father had he conm possessed of It, but I ihnagine it was given to him ly one of the Royal Princes, whoam he had ofton mnot in Kyoto (luring the restoration I)urinlg the lRupmo.,Jap...

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914

INDEX TO ,ADVERTI8EOB. lI1 'lI4

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