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JEWELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
JEWELLER, S. Bennett, Cheltonham. LEGAL, R, Greene, Cheltenham, IT, C. Price, Mentone. T. Backhouso, City, LIVERY STABLES. J. A. Fletcher, Aspendale. J. Murphy, Cheltenham. P. Kane, Aspendaleo. MEDICAL. Clements' Tome, Sydney. Vitadatio, Melbourne, MILK. J. iHenderson, Chelsea, A. E. Opio, Chelsea. A. T. Follett, Mentone., Mrs. Bartlett, Chelsea.:
LIME AND CLOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
LIMIP AND CLOVER,. In this abundance of talk on the use of lime on land, it is well for us to establish certain well known prin olples in our mind to start with, 1, That we should not use burned or quick lime, unless thoroughly air slacked, because of its caustic pro porty whereby it eats up the humus or vegetable matter in the soil, thus robbing it of its beat nitrogen holder, 32. That our main object should be to use lime in order that we may In crease the capacity of our land to grow clover or alfalfa. On those two points we must de piond for a proper rotation, for through them we increase the nitro gop in the soil. Once get our land io producing abundant and sure crops of clover or lucerne, then we have the key, with proper management, to further enrichment of the land, Henice. we should use ground limestone first of all for the purpose of growing clover or lucerne. If we keep these principles and objects in mind we will be sure not to go wrong. It used to be said : "lIverything...
THE FARM AND DAIRY. THE JERSEY-BHORTHORN CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
THE FARM AND DAIRY. 'IIll' 1 IJINNlY4(I ftOfti' PO]IN ('ltu:h A wi'lIor In (lio "Mark fBane 1x j)fiflI AgullillllI litl JO1 itllr i " stLlol,,m idVOetllfeu the lfroeding of the Shortl horn' WILII th e 1h Jorlly, fin e co1 tt)ldl|e: II, 011110 of Ih lo ol, generally useful llm ltof ei, tli for the dairyman, en )Ohullly ocluplOlern of small farmu whliere Cho dairy, In oo pihasenn or ain lol u', In a giu ll bhIeIIIIun of prim aily ihll portnluIle, 'ITle iUr'onumption Il lhit he had In view whlat Is called a fIluI ill 110rl l breed, HIiNLory, how OVntI', ile sIl Iown that this croos has Il WnOlln oilell 11 nilUcces as would Warltl'lll l, give it a further triil. II ltding through the pleas, th w'itetrtpillu in favoulr of bin eontrin Ilo11, it In evidhnt that he has not ut(llded the Ilitory of the two breed: umllmiutltly, 'Tilhe tillkltig Bhorthorn, as we know this broad in Auotralha, Is still an IIu1elIlahlIe propolition In England, linudl It hi only within the last few yearn that effor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
Asp ndaie Store t, "Groceries with a Guarantee of Goodness!" Kerr & Gibbiiis, at Edi'lhva!e Road Crossing too • a'gShop Os. Kercheval Opposite Edithvale Road Crossing, &nbsp; NEPEAN ROAD. &nbsp; Good Work, Moderate Charges. Miss 1. Muriel Robinson Certificated, Trinity College, Music, Iondon; Matric. Cert, of London University Visits or receives pupils for Piano forte, Theory, Hlrmony, At Orderly Rsoms, Point Nepean Roa., Cheltenham, and at "Dalkeith," Centre Dandenong Road, Cheltenham. Terms on applic.ition. J. R. Valentine O.\RPENTER, BUILDER and OONTR \CTOR Beaumarls Estimqtes Prepared. Bookkeeping. Accountancy. Classes forming, Methodist School Hall, Mordialloc. April 20th, 8 p.m Protestant Hall, Oheltenham, April 22nd, 8 p.m. Principal, F. L. KING, A.F.IA. Incorporated Ace ),mntant, Regis tered Teacher B~okkeeplng and Accountanov', "Perfect" Incuhaiors and IROOI)ERS IIighest results of any make through. out Australia [Favored by the Queensland and N SAV ...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
MORDIALLOC.? In a recent issue of the Govern ment Gazette" the following names were gazetted as members of the school committee :-Rev H. Jones, Messrs Hackett, Groves, Lawn, Ferguson, Sillitas and Day. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Progress Association, lapsed on Monday night, owing to a very small attendance, The Literary and Debating society met as usual last Wednesday, when the item was "Newspaper night?. Miss L. Adams acted as editor of the" Literary Times," the reading of the various articles proving edu. cational and amusnlug. The ladies' club has decided to re-open for the 1914 session on the 19th inst, Visitors will be wel coined. Genuine regret was expressed by many residents when it became known that Miss Neill had passed away at a late hour on Saturday last. Deceased had been ailing for some weeks, receiving all possible attention at a private hospital at Cheltenham. It was considered at one stage that she showed remark- able improvement, and her rapid recovery was ...
Beaumaris Tramway. COMPLAINT NOT JUSTIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 9 May 1914
Beaumaris Tramway. COMPLAINT NOT JUSTIFIED. Moorabbin Shire Council's complaint to the Government that the Beaumaris Tramway Company Limited had neglected to take every precaution to secure the safety of passengers and all persons passing along the route of the tramway has been found not to be justified. On receiving the complaint the &nbsp; Public Works Department moved the Governor-in-Council to appoint Mr Dickson, Secretary of Mines, who is also a police magistrate, referee "to inquire into the truth or otherwise of the complaint of the council." Mr Dickson has furnished his report, which will be laid before the Cabinet. Though the report has not yet been made available for publication, it has been ascertained that in the opinion of the referee the facts submitted did not support the council's complaint. "Herald"
CHELTENHAM JUNRS v ELLINDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
CHELTENHAM JUNHS v ELLINDALE. ' The above teams met on the former's ground on Saturday last, the teams being: Cheltenham, Backs, Bodley, Hewett, Nnttall; half backs, Ross, Penny, Taylor; Centres, Foreman, Grogan, Coleman; half forwards, T. Barber, Smith, Carson; forwards, A. Bastin, A, Teagle, Cole; rnck, Ilutohinson, J. Teagle, rover, J, Darber. E!lliidale, backs, Hannaford, E. Dark, Elms; half backs, West, Beech, Wadsworthi centres, O'Louglin, Jones, Kennedy; half forwards, Dod. so,,, Hannaford, MuIgravr; fOtiwaide, W, Dark, P Dar'c, Shepherd; rncks. Hualy, Martin; ruS\r, Sli6pherd. The match was late in starting owing to the muddle in refeience to the umpire The zane was played in a fairly friendly nI,:uer, with a few Lard knocks exchanged, and dlning the first half it was m161 e of a saR'anllt,, the scores bting at this period, Cheltenham 1.6, Ellinrale 12.. After the iutcrval, however, the home team seemed to he playing more together, with lhe rcruh that they outclassed their o...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
Football Notes. CholPenhin jumiori,, were without the servicus of S, MaLins, Windsor, and Les Wynuo on Saturday,, the former bein' absent owing to injuries uceived to his rrnm whilta nt work. Chel?tnhan PQniors team for to-day will be piok1d from the following: J Harrih, Newett, Bithl 2, King Warbuton, WoWf 2, Johnson, .\lathie eon, U'Longhlin, Towns, Fisher"~ .iwlor, lains 2, Forfemr, Spies', Flyun, Rose, ('ole Goldthorpe' Dwyer, Windswr, Booker and Slater' Players and supportcers are reques.te to oateh the 2 43 p.m., hain from Choltenhanm. Choltonham jIltiots team for to day will ho pio!&lt;ed from the follow. ing:-Smhih, hMains, ,loMlhon - 2, Whitehead, Penny, Cole, Ci,rson, Wynno, Windsor, Orogan, Coleman, Hoewett, Nuttall, Unrbor 3, Taylor 2, F)avi., 'I'eagle, For'od'ndn, Murray 2, Harris, Jones. Players are requested to eneah the 2.30 p.m., train to Mord ialloc, The Committee of the Choltenham n"ulb have arItIeed to neet week )l in future. Meeooings to be held in the \...
The Matches. MOORABBIN PARK v MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
The Matches. MOORABBIN PARK v MOUHtABBtN. These iniii?hbourly rivals, so far as. fl'otlhll is roncrueld, tried conulus in.s ,,n 'atu-liy lust, on, the battlje "icld of the -former'. Tvas a h.ihorious lay, alheit on the warn) ilon for strenuous football, as ocoured, at least, in the first two terms, T'lhu Iruhinage qualilications of this ground conld es?ily carry off a delugo of a moro than ordinary nature, but with Id-. oven theP nveIrage 1Pinfall it, niut enly be expected that the playing area ias .hard, very hard, so also was the nmonotonous wait to the few speotatols who lad a tived early, and lagain, .once of the knooks received during the progress of the game must have proved a similar calibre. There was tn inkling of the tactics as used in the days of the Victoria Brewery in parts of the game, but the good sense '-f harracke?s and pliners alike eventually overcame what at one time threatened to develop seriously ,tnorabhl,in wutre without doubt the biggest, brawniest and heavi...
GROCERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
GROCERS. W. Smiley,' Mentone Co-opergtivo StoreR, Cheltenham. W. J. Foi'omin, Cheltenham, Thompson and Co., Cheltenham. Abbott and Mrison, 'Mentone. Roynolds Bros,, Moorabbin, J.' M. Gilmour, Mordialloo. / Mrs.' Woods, Highett. Kerr.and Gibbins, Aspendale. . Sheplhord, Aspendale. Mrs. Ewins, Asptihdalo,. Service" and Elliott, Brighton. F, J. Jones, Chelsea. F.;Bidhop, Chelsea. State Stoies, Chelsea.
DRESSMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
DRIESSlyAKERS. Mrs: Cooper, IHigheet. ESTATIAAGENTS, E. Lessing, Ciielsea, W,.P, Faitrla Clilteinham; Small, tuld Edwarids, Mentdihe. D, White; Mordialloe. l J. Newton, Mordialloo, W. E. Looker, Men tone.' RI W. Wilton, Aspeudale. f,. S. Lannai, aMentonoe. Callaghan and Co,, City. S, J. Cook, Chelsea, W, A. Towler, Chelsea, Clarke and Sons, Dandenong.