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MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
MENTONE. ,The literary gull hb Id a social evening in the Presbyterian church in Weddnesday, p'esided over by Mr A. Chenney, and a most enjoy able time was spent by the mem bars and friends who were present. I~looutionary items were given by Miss M, Blackwood and Mr A. Chenney; a violin solo by Mr J. Service; sor gs by Mrs Peterson, Mlisses Marsh anrd Brown, and Mb,??ra :; Co6vter ,ud j; IV dlin ; in addition, soeie )'endid rdcords were re-produced e,'c the gramo phloe managed by 1Mr i lBradshaw. 'A guessing competition was won by Miss V, El:is- Refreshmenos were provided by lady members and a very pleasant evening was brought to a clase by a record of Madame Pat i's." Home, Sweet Home." 1-onuine regret was expressed on all sides, when it became known that Mr Dawson, "Ltiviera" had passed away. For the past four years Mr Dawson hi~d been ailing, in fact at Chat peijiol be passed through a most. eriguo illness, in the course of whioh his lie 'was despaired 4t on more than one ,oceasi...
DRAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
DRAPERS. / Mrs.- Duncan, Chelsea. J, Forcnmun, Chcllelltwiru, Miss Shepherd, Mordinlloc. Miss NeillI,"Mordialloa, Abbott and MaFuon, Mentono.. Richards a~nd Cu,, a'd l:ourne, Mrs: Spoonoer, Asloindale.
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
•MORDIAL LO. Pans are now CeI-i.; prcpered for the anw State ,S.vings ?unk;-which ha to be erected on the corner oppo ;itc the new post office . The Postinmster-General ('Hon Agar Wynne) p.ird a vist: to the local'post office on Tuesday last; he was shown through the building by Cr. White and Mir J M. Gilmour, As a ryst'lt of the persistent clamor .og ldP. Q. at ,.> .l,' ;&ced thait th 13tseLut tIIilplinI?"t.,? .hifiaIh quiu'lte and that it wou:d be nwise to t..ink of equipping it anuy urther. The sitt for the new building, 60ft frontage to Mant street at the cor ner of MclcDanald shteet, purchased at £10 oer foot was thou visited: lMr Wynne passed a remark to the eff:ct that the land vas rather o.ex tensive, and was met by an offer from Cr White to purchase every foot not wanted by the department. It was shown that the number of letters passing through the office during last year w.Xs 64,000, as com. pared with .13,000 the previous year. Mr Wynue agreed that the new buil...
Electric Light for Dandenong South Riding [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
Electric Light for Dande nong South Riding Now that there is,a prospect of the early arrival of oelectric light it would be of interest to local rate 'payers 'and other prospective users of electricity to have some idea, of the omount of ume that can be got out of a unit. The average houso holder, knows throngh exporience what 1000 ft, of gas ineaur, hut when a " kilowatt" or unit of elec. trioity is mentioned he looks rather blank. A " watt" is the unit of power, a "kilowatt," therefore, is 1000 watts, commonly called a ''board of trade unit," The carbon lamp, which was the light medium up to a few years ago used to con sume a? to I watts per hour fir every candlepower of. light given. The metal filament or " tungsten" lamp uses from 1 to 1 1-10th watts per hour for cach caidlepower. Thus a 50 caudlepower lamp con. simes 55 watts per hour, or one unit in 20 to 181 hours. The amount of light required in a room of a given size varies greatly, and depeuds on tbe fm inishi±,;g arid col...
STATE OF THE TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
STATE OF THE TIDES,' 11 gli tide for the neuing week will be 1 l (teUOW :- Sund'y ...1.12 ... 1.57 Mondary ,..2.29 .. 3.5 'rniost;y , .;;3,18 ,, 14.9 Wodnesuday 4;19 ... 5.6 Trhursday .,3 5,32 ... 5 57. Friday ,,. U.20 ... 6.42 Saturday .,, 7,4 ,.. 7.24 Low' tide ou be estimated at about half way botweon the times wuentjonod on any one day. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS REPOSI1ORY pr ot : -lentone ':n.i P .ve tlhe.val o (f you" own property by.buying locally. . Ever.nrtiele at Cit pr?s. Circulating Library. .Aent fu all the be.t ikes of Pianos. axp.rt advice. Enamel A SPLENDID SELECTION speoially marked below oity price. Judge Brand (Stevens) ii O & CO Aliglo na...l.el . ((.H \ ,. 1-. 'AI .-,\NK) Blackmann's (Grey) i'iEPEA?i IAD,, THE BEST Eoii?t 1?',tr , -----ca rnraop~rur ·· · - · - M--U"DU-- P[RIiME Sl; .rs and S;lips, O1RlW'I'T TI, .1rgIts st, ald Mloorabbinrd, Choelton haut. ?ll1K,\ Vuil I. ,--.ft li'wVood, dry, -I $.1 ln d, -i-i. por t ruc, 31, C. C , .c M .\? i , It , hay, liv. yI ,'.,' liet, . alny trill, hI15 each, ?. F.t her, Ct'r: 11.n, .LOST AND FOUND. I OST, Oildkin Coat, h:tweon 1 ll aiii~ l J al n\ontoan, J, Wa ,uortn, Hil .'tl street-, Cheltenhilni, SLO '1OT, ould lludil ilid Chall.in, Chl;ltn- I L hul, rewallrl.. "Nws," Choltonhum i TENDE:RS. '-1 TjlRS invit?d rotucirble 4 ,ii...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
CHELTENHAM. 'T'he Church of Christ have again. had to say "goodbye" to o a of its zpod workeis. On Tuoiday :ltist ' combin ed social of the Bible: olass and C.E. '.eiut, i presented :. Miss 13erthr Ogan w?!i h. a silIver jam s;poon fronakhe hJ _:J,! 'aAii~i:lF:tihe .td a rsilvert a t apot from ? the S?enior ..E: Society. On.iWednosday after. noon thoeladi.. of the church gatherod to give her a "kitchen ten," when a fine number of useful articles w.re ptes.iuted. Miss Orr an was ,rne, iel1 to Ser".ent-Mnlajor Roy Shields on TPhu'rsday at 4.80 p.m,, at. the church by Mr A. P. Wilson. The bride, who was given away by her father, Mr G. Organ, was dressed in a striped voille dress, She wore the customary veil and orange blossom, The bridesmaids, Misses V. Organ and Shields, were dressed in cream and oarried bouquets of autumn leaves and dahlias, with streamers of pale heliotrope ribbon, The grooms. men were from South Auntralia--M Studley Organ, who has a-garden in Paradise, and Mr T. Gl...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
GENERAL ITEMS. Empire D.ty.-Tho variotu school coin lnittees thronghout t distriot, i?.mo c?v n. ,pltod arrangements for thin colobration on Friday next. A varied progranimo of patriotic sonug will be sung by the chit. enl'tl, .a I allrOssao .gi\ . by. 'contlcilo9ra iti ihithnrs. loftical1inteti Wivl pficol s , be supplipd in almoct all uiites e PareLnts nio invited to atlond, in fact, they are expected to do so, A Dangoi one Operatlon.-A lady re contly wrote to the 8 oioty for the Pro. vontion of Cruelty to Animals, drawing attnltion to the freqnency with which horses are "seratche ." by racing me I. She said she felt sure that the operation was a painful one. Some momlbprs of the volumitteu agroed .that 'the operation eaused pain, but i.t noeaaLrily to the horso. Here is a cisa of a lady r tding the newspapers, but unlike the kiddies, she does not gain wi dom. Cheltentaam Telephone Ex??anll\e.-Oln our second page will be found an alpha. hotieal list of iauhee ibers, it was coin. p...
A Stampede [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
A Stampede It may be remembered t} at some time ago a section of the community was greatly outraged by the action of the then AustraEan Mlinistry in removirg the portrait of the Sov erelgn from the postage stamps and placirg thereon a Kangaroo. The ou tory a as not levelled so much against the inartistic design as against the alleged disloyalty im plied in the removal of the Sove reign's head. Many excellent journals made' ihe matter a party cry, asserting that the new stanmp afforded a horrible precedent, qut!e conveniently forget ing that West Australia Papua, Cape Colony, New Zealand, l'ae. mania, Canada, flor:ceo, the Straits Settlements, old many other of the British I)rnninions, just as loyal as the Commonwelth, had frequent ly, done the same thing without protest. As a result the present Federal Goverr:ment went into :flice with two decided policies, the chief being the effacement from the nation's postal escutcheon of the disloyal and discruntled tmaasupial already. refrred ...
Doctors and Patients No. 4. THE LEARNED DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
Doctors and Patients No, 4. THE LEARNED DOCTOR. This gentleman's name is Lsncet. All his movements are short, de jidtd, energetic, His face is thin, and clean cut in its outlines, the lips compressed, like those of a person who is in the habit of mak irng up his mind definitely on all subjects, while the keen oyes have a peculiarly ,earching, advised movement, and travrl over every thiig as if they were lookiog for something. He is a man of great dignity, and makes good use of that by standirg on it. Somewhat anxious an, aupprehensive, he is a little-just a little-irritable and sliort-ti mpetld, when patients will not take the trouble to do what tl e, are told to do, When he looks at you he looks through you, He reeds you like a book, and can diagnose your case without ques tions or examinaion. When the learned dootpr (rives out on his rounds his penetrating glance sees everything that is going on He is a medical det'ctive, and nothing escapes him. Tl'htt wide-glrLhe I hotclkeeper, ...
BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
BUTCHirES.. J. W. Perrin, Chelsan WV. C. Bumpsteted,. Ilea'therton, J. WVebb, Mlordialloc. A Poyntoi, Mlordialloc. Paice BFros., Mouitotie. H, IHewett, ChelteuuluaIn. J. Beazley, Cheltenlham. A, DM'Earks; Carrnur. M. L. XWard,' Carrinm.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
Caudwell's SAW AND i.lOtl0bllSg MILLS, Mntone & c1lr lallo J, & C, OAUDWELL beg to an. bounce that they have just erected at their Mentone Timber Yard. a thoroughly up-to-date Saw and Moulding Mills, and are now pry. pared to do all clasers of Planing Moulding, Bench and BAND SAWING, etc, at 'MELBOURNi PRICES. SEND FOR PRICE LISTS, and prove for yourselves that By Purchasing Locally you will not only Benefit your District but will *SAVE MONEY at the Same Time Furnishing & Builder's Ironmongerw Ovens Paints Spouting Oils Coppers Colors Ridging Glass Tinware Corruated ros Brushware RGal, and black piping Red Gum Down Pipes Jarrah Pumps Hardwood Lime Flooring . Cement W,. sthlerboards Bricks Dours Laths Sashes Baths Mouldings Sinks ALL AT MELBOURNE PRICEB PLUMBING WORK Of every Do3cription done either by Tender oi Privately, A Licensesd Plumber Constantly Employed, GALVANISED IRON TANKS A SPECIALTY J. and C. CAUDWELL Have wtll stocked Wood, Coal and Coke Depots ...
CHELSEA. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
CHELSEA. PROGRESS ASSOCIA TION. The ordinary monthly meeting of the ahove was h_1d on Siturday night in the Public, Hall, the Preti dent,\lr J. J nts in the chair,, Tleh attendance was large and included a number of~id!.es,. CORRESPONDENCE, From rDanldeoug Shnre Council, regarding request of Association to widen footpath, ,tatlig that the matter had been plhoed in the hands of the South Ridiug Councillors in conjunction with Shiro engineer, to deal with. Cr W. Rain stated that they had met that afternoon, inspectcd, and decided that the path he made 12ft wide Ott asphalt, and 3ft marl from the church to Past Office, also Oft asphalt and 3 ft marl for 220 feet past Post Office. (Applause.) From same re making of private streets, stating that the council had power to collect cost of samw frog ownersin instalments plus 6 pa' cent, interest.--Received, From Victorian Railways re work mens ticke:s, stating that such could only be used on trains timed to reach destination marked thereon a...
[?]DENONG MARKET. Tuesday, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
'IUet~liy, May 12, A io I eit yardia: rthon "stull of milkers and' springer a, rid the uneun supply of rtoree and flaslhy cotilo, .Gcod milkers scarIc ntI iii brisk rldlllud.. $owle of the principal calbs a n ti a follows :--), ,fi. Bcttrkc 1 rI: `'1 2l 6, 1, (4.. Kays 2 ti '4'lO 17s Gd, N. Blowmen 2 to ,2O ds, 'V Fhir ds 1 at ,£0 ls, W. 11. Uiuilei- 5 to lt) 17j6 II. Masters 2.to %'9 2ts.; 6, P. 1iuelolo) 4 to 49 12s Gd, W. J. Keyo 2 to £0O lees, J,. 7s Gd, a nild d riafts f ur v arious fr om .±7 to £9 ~pminruPrs .--Mi'i'llau lIo 1 iat £1) 12s Od, J. 11. ljo : t £14, Iiiu: Ccari; ris 2o t s8 17e (t.I, N'. Bowman G to £,7; StRtc~s and fleshly o iti·lfi in Ir ikle demand at late rates, figs--facon, £3 to 413 155, heavy pigs to S1 7s, porkers (14s to 45s 6d, suckeros t 13a. 6d, Calves to 54s;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914
LONDON'S g AT PARKat APEN The Premier Subdivision. Within three minutes of Station and Beach, with right-of-way to the sea, facing centre of the Esate Metal road about to be made from Estate to Station, All Blocks fronting 50ft road. See the Great Improvements now being made on the Estate. The vendors intend this to be The Garden Cityof aAspend alel 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. I | |, Sole Agent. Residing on the Estate. Call or write. TO=DAY at half.past Three Che tenham Auction Rooms W. P. Fairam, Auctioneer, CHELTENHAM under instructions fromt he Trustees, Executors, Agency Co., Ltd., 412 Collins St., Melbourne will offer, by Public Auction, the following estates: Thos. A. Edwards, deceased. BRICK VILLA RESIDENCE. Containing 6 large rooms, pantry, bath, servant's room, front ...