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NEWS AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

- Comber, Mentono. PAINTERS. G. Mionk, Cheltonham, PLUMBERS, P, Pain, Mordiallbo, PHOTOGRA PH "R ' IT Yuille, Chelsea PRINTERS. "New~s" Office, Cieltenham, :Tel' Clioltonhnn, 21. POULTRY, J,' Anderson, Mordinlloo, PICTURE SHOWS. , M?ay's, Mordialloc, Wiide, Cheltenhuim SADDLERS, R, Maxwell, Choltenhnm. I.. W. HIunter, Chelser. TAILORS. J. .Tainsh, Mordialloc. D, Ewen, City and Chelseao. A. Rankin, Mentone. and .City..: D. Tlomain, Fitzroy and Cholsei, E. IIammond, Choltoell n.: iUND R'T AKRS, Rose Bros,, Cholto?hnin,. F. Powell, Saidringham' WOOD' & COAI.: J,. J. Fisher, Chelteihami J,' and C, Caudwll In torii, GEN!,'RAT, : . Chaff. WorksJ-. :1,.' Smiith, Belitleigh, Motoi s--Motor O" y;ip .:r' Ciieltonham, Pigs Gi?ri tll h, Cheltenham.: ,Si: Mills J- :i s : Car.dwell,, Monaono, ·'o iiiiit i'Cins

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

H. HEWETT.I Family Butcher, Nepean Road Oheltenham, Cleanliness and promptness ensures you satisfaction, Tel 71 HAY, CORN AND G?,NrRAI I'RUoUUCII STORI, M. L. WOOD, Grocery and Provision Merchant, ...IIG Ii ETT.,. Agent for Finest Blended Teas and Coffees. Telephone 58 Clhelt, S. J COOK Chelsea's Oldest First .n the Fkld. First in Business. Office rigliht opposite the Railway Gates, Chelsea. Romes, Blocks and Houses for Sale or To Let. A. JAGO Builder and Contractor. Prankston Road, CHELSi A, • Plans prepared and estimates submitted, Metal shop frount speciality J. R. Bond, 'The Chelsea Fruit Mart, Proeh Frunt and Vegetabls in oseaon always on hand OppeasltQ tation, Chelsea. PETERSON & GO, RIGH.CLASB ¶BONFECTIONERB +a... All the Latest Confectionery, Fry' Buchanan's, and Cadbury,e , , , Chocolates. . , , aa0ue' Petryat Town Prices, Ice Cream, etct MIuroxa PAIRADns, MBNTON W, ADAMS, ,CARPUNTERI, JOINIR & BUILDER MORDIALL00OO Joblinl Werk attended to, Yenetlian Blinds ...

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BLACKSMITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

BLlACIKSMITHS, A. Guest,: Cheltonnrnm.;: It; J.' Mitholl, Moiitonc.,, A. HorsftdIll,:MordinJlo . J: .i ,Jofioeson, 1, iIbtdi, W. M. Billings, Carium W. Grundy, Moiitoie, J. Willinamon, Chelsea. W. Adams, Mordialloc. . )\ ,' owll, " Chel aentj : " ' j ': ,fS~ ratiii;i Chelsea : E, DIowntou, Aspondalo A. Jago, Cholsen. Gr R; IHodderg, Brighton North. J: R. Valentine, Renunmais. J, W. Jones and Soos, Mentono.

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Terribly Tempted A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. MISS MARCHMONT'S FOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

Terribly Tempted A SFRIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. MISS MAlRHMONT'S FOLLY. "Noy, fly to altars' there they'll talk you dead, For fools rush in, whore angola foar to tread," Maiden ladies, espoeially when a 'it. t!o past middle ago, engrossed with ec clesiustical matters, and posses aing stmall judgment of thle world, ool amit many egregious follies, and 'Miss Marohmont considered herself s' Aumo fully imposed on when she hea rd of' henoro's conduct, She never for a muo nent believed that they were i narried. It was really atlogethor too dr eadful to think of-and a villa, too, or li he in' debt, and both apparently so happy. This last announciment wounided h` tho most. To thinli-that sip and im godlniess over daed red rjoicoa, and v'ir tuo piio in secrot. But, she reflltodi tho ' crodalous must now and thon be the 'prey of the tho strong, largo lihl doviur the weak little olies, or n lhospital, for sick inp tients and sou':s in distrtes, who can only movo front oneo paiI of their pri s...

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BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

BOOTS,. J. MIattheos, Cheltolihau. EOs, Kerohevnl, Aspendnle. J? M.:.Gilmour, Mordialloo. - Sulliviin, oMeitone..

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BOWLS MOORABBIN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

BOWLS MOORABBIN COIMPETITION. This tournament was to have been completed last Saturday afternoon, but owing to the sudden death of Mrs Peok, the arrangements were altered. Mordialloo club had noti ftied their intention of foregoing any chanea they' may have had in the competitiou, as many of the members desired to attend the funeral The presidont of the Mentone club (?Ir H, C. Edwards) at once had a con ference with other member. int'.' estod, when they adopted a roeso'mui n of sympathy with \lr Peck, further, that Mordiallo ;hiuld be given a bye for one round, thus giving them the right t?o play fi. I1 ess M'Cartney a.d White accuptod the olfer, and expressed ,ratification at the spoltmaun lii kz n iir ,xhiY'td. The results of the mitohes played on Saturday ere :-;Saidringhal m beat Clieltenhani, Montone beat Sand ringhamni, thus leaving Mentono and Mordialloc to play off for the final. These teams mot lasu WVdnesday at t!:e Mordialloo gr'eu, and a very keen game ensued, the result...

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Troubles of a Journalist. No. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

Troubles of a Journalist. No, 2 Last week we had occasion to ra port, in a somewhat jocnlar strain, sHioe o the difliculties experienced in the life of a newspaper mana ' This, week we deem it necessary to refer to the same matter, but from a very diTffrent aspect. A prominent mem be' of the aristocratio. Jour'nalist's Assopiation, ivhioh,. by t.ivay, is a Union formed for. tl19i 'i pose of. proteeting members and'their poo kets and writing down other Unions, has sup?ervision of a very large t, at of country for a metropolitan papet. -1o invariably procnres his copy for '.~nue by cribbijg from- local papers o.t Pe telephonb to police nal other individuals. This, of course, whilst not always roliable, saves tihe, and certainly money. News b,:came scarce for i variety of reasons, and the telephone failed on many occa sions, This naturally reduced the number of peonies to be collected for lineage, so he conceived the bril liant idea of atteiiing a pubio meet ing, and whilet giving, tho...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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TELEPHONE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

TELEPHONE GUIDE 00 Abbott & Mason, Menfone. .10 Allendale Stud Farm, Mentone. 08 :., Alnutt0,.(. T,,-Cheltenham. 102 Ameis, R. L,1 Cheoltonhim. .11) Alcock, R., Beauniaris. 0 Boeaumars Hotel, ] eaumaris, 10 Briige Hotel, Mordialloo. 240 Baxendale, A., Moirdialloo, 235 Baviqigton, S., Mordialloo. 233 Reddian, D., Sandringham. 280 Buchali,H,, , Motonoe. '224 Bradshaiw, E. H., M.entouo. 80 Ballantyneo,J, M., 'Mordialloo. .155.' Beazley, J., Cheltonham. 100 Bingle, Mrs. 1'. C., Sandriug'm. 184Y Billings, W. M., Carrum. 183 Black, A. h;; Sandriagham. 177 Blencowo, J. R., Montone. 178 ilanniin, A. L., llanek Rock, 1.00 Bock, Vie., Blalek Rock. 28 Butler, J., Cheltoillinm. 48 Barnett, W., H,H Moorabbin,. 9.1J-Burrows,, . M., i Carrum.. t11: 13.e6iovleit;,t'Asylum, Chelt.: t57 3Boa\is,` G. IT., Moorabbin,. 158 3Baldoiestone, J. T.',, Mentone. 1.70 Book, J.TD, D., BlabklRock. 171 ., Brown, W; J. C., Sandringham, 07 Brigidinc Convent, Montono, 230 Cameron, L., Sandringham. 23' Cooling...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

-8 p) t t . ' {'-,L 4 { " "'J F. J. Newton, louse and Estat Agent, Nordialiog Phone 121 ?Chelt. Mocrabbin Co Operative Society LIM ?ITED Largest Stores in 'the District. POINT NEPFEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone, IS Chelt, Cash prices lowest in the trade, Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half.y anrly. Call and get particulars, Best White Sugar, s2id per lb, 2s 6d doz Best 150o test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 3s iid tin, Best Sago, 'PapIeca, 2d lb, is 9d doz, Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, Sid lb, 2z 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauceý 51, 4s gd doz, Flour, 251b, paper, 2as 7d, 5olbs 5s 31. 25sbs calico, as 9d, 5olbs 5s 6d Our own Special lkti J Ttas, tI, I- 3d, Is 6 1i Lowest Market Rates for Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oait, Wheat, Maize, Barley Meal, Pea'meal. 'ranning, Peas (Dan and Yorkshire Heros), Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Ca, BParley, and all other produce. ROSE BROS., ,?_FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS, 5..i OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM. Funerals Conducted in any part o...

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The Chelsea Fire Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

The Chelsea Fire Relief Fund1 At the last meeting of the Pro gress Assooliation' Mr D. J. McDonongh said that during the last few days a develope ment had occurred in connection with the Fire Relief fund which made it necessary for this associa tion to deal with the matter. The relief committee had dcoided some time ago to place the claims before the Lord Mayor and Premier, The Lord, Mayor had received- them favorably, was very. sympathetic, and promised to see what could be done towards granting them the amount leftin hand from Gippsland Bush fire fund, over £500. They had written to the Premier, hut had received a most an. sympathetic reply, vhlich stated that.consideration had been given to the matter, and expressed regret that in the absente of response fron, the public to the appeal by the press the request for assistance could. not be aceeded to. He (Mr McDonough) thought the: leaders of the State should not wait for public action, support was badly needed, and he moved that t...

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JESUS, THE FATHER OF SAVED HUMANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

I'_ I i//ij I:SEUS, TItI'UF:l'''l'R151t OF SAVE'151 fly 11A;-,]'Olt RUSSELL.~ Texst: "Ile 0II:1 be cAlWd the cvt'lamiing IFnI her"'(Tha., ix,, 0). (Jndoe leupdlo to-dny Y.,1?T 1ll'! erior advan w a:, Bible study --, . ! ability to convenient Nt ,ctter lights, comfortable ýq; ::'. :ra, and more .it,u ' at their disposal, .the New Day is mr u:g the curse is t.ill':l away, and ',t.:,,.lu are taking place. Hence i _tudentI to-day a, r light-in texts PASrog. Russ~j I colsindered dlark,' Tho text to S?-s of this character. 1: :s Jeaiis the title "everlasting ..er," the Father who gives ever ,.;' li. At Uon tihn it Feen. iCd to oen . ld. otfi!er c ipaure;o for instance, the inaltioil "Tii God and Father of our i .i ii. Christ )aith begotten us," "My o?I:lr Iand*our' Father," "My God anl Si <;, ,',d other texts. But now i . e*.o.l r li",t the contradi.tio. :.". l!ible students see tIl't 'Tehova l; i, the Fatther or Li.e.gier to 11. ilf:ch; but,tlht Jeius is to be the Fiithe ;uc-'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

l,. N ILL, DRAPE.s MlAIN SiREH:;T', MOIDIA LOt Special itduction in P. D. r.d anutilis Corsets Special values in Bath ug Gwuns, Costumes, Blouses, v rcery Boots and Shoes 0 ders taken for 'T'ents, The Necessity of Lifeo, Some People say it4 money, We say it's BR 2; EA aD We make itl We bake itl And doltves it anywhero, and it is always goo quality. Cakes and Small Goods reoeivo prompt attention J, RENNIE MENTONE J. Hart, Baker, etc, (close station). Chelsea, Noted for Small Goods. Fresh Daily. Mentone Hotel The Finest Seaside Re!reat in Victoria, fitted with every convtnience and comfort for Vistor+a Sea Baths are at the door. Private Picnic Ground Boating, Fsihing Private Dinners, Luncheons and Picnica catered f r. TasrUnoNs 14 Cui.TNIIAMn F, ?1. SOUDDS, G. MONK, Painter & Paperhanger CHELTENHAM, Iamovatlons Promptly Attondad to Estimates Submitted John Murphy GAB PROPRIETOR CHELTENHAM Rubbor.tyred Hansoms, Waggonettes, at all hours, day or night. Drags for hire Pincic and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

Beach Blocks han Diamonds At AtsI'c dale, Onrlsea ard tUnrrurn, 'l'u secure one you tmust act qluicly, £5 Deposit , I£1 per month. W. A. TOWLER, Auctioneer, 406 Collins Steet,- City, or tocal Offices! Phone Central 372? The State Stores Limited. Chelsea :: .A. WAl4ss, Manager (Late'Dunc:,,', ' Goneral Storoe, Post and Money Order Office, also Wine Cafe Are offering new stocks of Groceries at lowest market rates; Our Itrade has shown a marked improvement under new, management -- A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED--- Cash Grotery Mentone Opposite Station. Phone Chelt 49 We call for orders, and deliver anywhere, A Few of Our Speciates. Primest Bacon, machine cut Fresh loffee, ground on the premises Highest Gr'ado Ceylon Teas Horse and Fowl's Feed, at wholesale market rates, t holicEst Western District Butter. Groceries which are pure At keenest Suburban Prices. [ANCY GOODS, OROCKENY, IRONMONG ERY, etc W. $. Smiaey, MENTONE He will reduce your living1 expenses, Agent for the Burges Horse and Cattl...

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Federal Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

Federal Football Assocla tion. -----9----- The usual fortnightly meeting of delegates was held on Tuesday last at Moorabbin, whbu there was. a full attendance of muembe s. A donation of £2 2s was received from ti e St. Kilda 'Football. Club, Permits were grantedt as fo'lows: -G-. Buffrey, J Thy'ne, J. Reid, Glen Hnntly to Ellindale ; P. Green and A. Scott, 7Moorabbin to Middle Brighton; R. Dawson, Brighton (Association) to !oorabbin; E Woods, Black- Rock to Caulfle d District. 'The permit of G0. Ryan from Moortbhin to Middle Brighton was refused. An application was received froPr Mr A. C, Scudds for a position a, umpire. Canmhdentown Football Club was expelled from the ,\sso ia tion, owing to the fact that they had not paid their good faith money, etc. The following players were re I orted :--McClnu? (Heatherton) for siiking Vagg,( f Cariumn, and Va?: of Carrum, for striking McClure, of 1catherton A. Dawson (, ~r. a¾lin), and McKay ('oorabbini Park) for fightii'i , i andi .I, L.ynch...

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GOLF MORDIALLOC CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

GOLF .M ORDIALLOC CLUB The recei W ilns have made a de. aided impiovement in the fair way and' greens, The glreons have been top dressed and suitablo seed heas been sown: Mr Motcouo;, green. keeper of the Sandrindhaim 'links, has diawn, up a i'eport for the club, and where possible his advice will be followed. Owing?to the accommoda lion at the pavilion being insunflcient iti is the intention of the committee to'~dd a men's room.:- There wipl be 'competitions on Santrday for' a brassie and a driver both trophies being donated to the olib, The -men iWill play over an ,18-hlle course and the ladies nine holcs, , In the competitions for sweepstakes Mr Harry Newton handed in the best card, but had to submit to disqualification, as the card had anot been signed. F J. N?ewtn nod J. S;, Weohter tied for seconid -place the fornmei winning on the play o.. .. ..

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LATE SPORTING. CRICKET CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

LATE SPORTING. CRICKET CAULFIELD.MOORABBIN ASSOCIATION, A very successful season was Qoncluded on Saturday. The pre. miershlp of the "A" grade was won by St. George's by 38 runs the runnera-up being East Caulfield. Each time that these two clubs met the keenest of interest was shown, and the premiership was well fought ont in a game extending over fou Saturdays. In the ' B" grn(le Glenhuntly secured the title cf premiers for the first time. In all, they won ten gaines out of twelve matches played. M'Kinnon and East Mal vern Presbyterians, having tied for second place; were required to play a de fling game. with the with the result that M'Kiunon won rather easily, and so claim the'run I ers-up trophy. The association will h-ld a dramatic enterta;ument at Oueen's Hall, Caullqel', on rMorda' t,'e 25th inst., aid nl the same evvnirag the trophies won during Iho past siaion will be p,'es nt d.

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Travelling Hospitals. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

Travelling Hospitals. Wh'hen peoplo of moans have a mom her of the family who is extremely ill, yet desires to travel, either from their home to some famous h'alilh resort buck to their home, practically throughout Europe, Swit zorlanti can furnish a "travelling hospital" for them. 'Thes, travelling hospitals are rail road cars, with every modern equip. mient, and as the railroad gauge .ta standard for the most part through out the Contlient, this car may be haul.d over any line of railroad, As the Government' of Switzerland owns its railroads, these travelling hospitals, or hospital cars, are fed cral property, always, ready to -blio loased to anyone who has. the prlce; For a long time those cars havo. I!ben operated, and they have boon 'found to be n. good investment, be ing .ln; coisiderablo demand ft al must all ftlues;. of the year, The r icl'"ir iii iis located in the middle f. the long 'car. It is finished In white enamel; with rounding cor :ers to avoid all possibilities of ...

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BILLIARDS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

BILLIARDS It it rumored that a well-known billiard .-player inl the Bowlers Tournanmet contemplates ohalleng irug several of the well known pres of Mordialloc, to a cnmieof 500 up for any ,ide-wager that-run be put tup, One candidate in the touvrn. ment eballeuged this cuoiat to. a game for £5 a side bhut evidently the "Jellies" set in as he did not turn up to defend his title, The following is the'draw for the ',rd round in the \lordialloc Bowlers 'I'ourlnment. - D.: bhitev W hite field Colemaiia v Caudwell; Holt v alillar, Bradley Jn' I pen.'

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

,FUOOTBALL A, Osborne h1s resigned the sec. retaryship of Mloorabbiu club, mean while lessrs E. I,. Searle and' R. Coates are carrying out the duties. communications should be sent to Gregg's hotel, ' Folowing is the draw. for next SatuTday,'. .,av . 23rd, Readers sending in coupnlns for our plize competition phi ase note :-= Senior Grade, Mcoralbij PaI'rk v Carrum Heatherton v Men tcne Cheltenhamd v Middle Brighton Black Rock v Moora. bin 'The draw for the junior grade has to be re-made, Owing to various reports as to de. oisions of umpires, the secretary (Mr F. J. M'Cuit) has invited the whole of the umpires to his residence for the purpose of explaining the rules of the associatior,.

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

TENNIS Mentoe hbus euteied a club in each grade of the South Suburban comneititins. Last Saturday the ''A" team playtd East Malvern, and had an easy win, the scores being :--\lcutone, 7 sets 45 gemes ; East Malvorn, I set 23 games. The "''" team met Albert Paik, and stcured another victory, the scores wore :--Menton, 5 sets 38 games; Albert Pnr1, 3 sets 36 games.

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