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

I-9AR II ERS. Mlimubers spent a good day at Mentone last Paturday. Eleveni of, them, led by E. L , Wilsou, inade a bee line across some very goed country. then struck back towards Mordialloc, coming out on the Beach-road, Th'I'e pack made for home, and had a two m:leas run i'i, whickh Was a ditre dong eo hnti ren (' lul etrotter" VWison and DI)ad" M'Aul:y. Poppy Kirkland was a few paces behind. The order lu which they fi,d had was :-' Globe trotter" beat 'Dad " by two yards, and "Poppy" ti led third place. Our old friend, W. Warner, is with us again, and we expect great things ftum him this season. Two of our members were on the sick list-f - "Clara" Simpson and " hizzie " Rashleigh--but we expect to have them nii.h us to-day, to try paces with the new club from Caulfield, on our own country at Mentone. Membvrs are to lpeet at lMentone baths at 3.30 shai p..

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

ASPENDALE. The members of the Chelsea Fire Brigade have issued a challenge to the members of the Aspendale Fire Brigade to play a game of foot. ball this afternoon, the losers to pay for the dinner of the winners at Baird's Tea Rooms this evening at the conclusion of the match, when an impromptu smoke night will he held. The secretary of the brigade, Ur A, W. Jones, has made all ar rangements for the match to be played at Attenborough Park, north Aspendale at 3 o'olock, and requests that intending players will meet the Chelsea Brigade Team on the arrival of the 228 p m., train, before pro. ceeding to the ground. Great ex citement prevails, and rumours of early morning, and moonlight train ing by nights are rife in both dis tricts, and several "dark horses" are spoken of as likely to he selected for League or Association engage. ments, Aspendale we understand, claims the right to change the um pire at half time should they not be winning. It has been whispered that some of the Aspend...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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FIRELESS BROODERS FOR DUCKLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

FIRELRS8 BROODERS FOR DUCKLINGS, As is well known, ducklings are very hardy, a:.d can ha reared without more heat than that ilL their own bodies, so long as thiy are lprotected, from ad verseao atmospheric influences. A writer in "Farm, Field aid Fireside" says .n - dhis point:- "Ducks' eggs can be hatched in an •incubator quito as easily and sucoass fully as hons', and, except, perhaps, whoen the weather is exceptionally cold just the first fow dlays of th.ir lives, no art.fioui heat is inoocesary for dauck lings. The modern 'fitr'es' brooder should specially lciiditsplf to raising ducklings, but even this can bo dis pensed with by those who . have only a few, and who will exercise a little care and ingenuity. One cluck b·red.er of my acquaintance has for the pas six or seven years annually raised a oonsiderabla number of ineubator-hatboh ed ducklings. in coops itted with, a sliding-board, from which were sus ',onded strips of flanniel, two strips of wood being nailed to the sides ...

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Great Chinese Statesman. CONFESSIONS OF LI HUNG CHANG. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

Great Chinese Statesman. I--+--- CONFlSIONs OF iH HUNO CHANG, Some curious sidelights bli Court life in. China and other countries, and the workigs of a groat states man's mind, are afforded by the diaries of that greatest- of modern Ohinamon, Li Hung Chang, pub. lished in the London "Observer." Li Hung Chang was a great diarist, and zealously reoorded his views, Impressions, and actions dny after day. His stories , of his relations with that remarkable old woman, the I)owager - Empress of China, are very iamusing, On one occasion, apparently, he offended the despotic Sovereign by his praise of the Czar ina after a visit to Russia, He describes the sequel as follows : "I have received notification that I am to forfeit oli year's ptay for a breach of ceremoniy at the pahl'o. This is a small matter, the fine, but I would be pleased to know in what respect I offended Tsu Hsi." " THE EYE OF THE PEACOCK." But the Dowager Empress quick ly repented of her harshness, for under the same date...

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

CHELSEA. At the Oheltenhai~ Court on Wednesday, Mr Bucher, an office of the Education Department, pro. ceeded against Mr E. Brownscombe on two oharges of failing to send two 'of h!s children to schocl regularly. The Justices imposed a fine of 5s in each case. 'Mr Barnes, garbage oolleotor, de. sires us to state that there is no connection in an)' abspe or firm, between him and Mr G, A. Barne i, grocer, who appeared as Informant at a recent case at the Cheltenham OCurt Reports rF th- last Progress Association, n-nl , iscu o, in re girding the- F'ire R.Zii f Fund appear on page seven. The euchre par y rnd dance held at Brooks HRll ni \ionday, in aid of the Fire Br? i'e fund , ivis only fairly attendcJ. but a vry eujjya5le evening was spent, Miss Brain officiated at the piano, Mrs Thomp. son won the ladiei prize, Mr J, Mullins the gents, Mrs Garris 'the Booby, The Benefit sooiety meets on Mon. ]day night for its half yearly' meet. ing,

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

JEWELLER~, S. Bennott, Clioltonhan. L1EGAL, R. Greeono,\ (hertoiliatu. I. C. Price, enonbe, /n *T. Baekhouse, City. LIVERY STABLES, J. A. FletCdir, Aspendlne. J. ufirphy, Cheltenhmnin. P. Ihnnd; AHspcndiilc. A] EDICAL. Clements' Toni , Sydney.. Vitncfatio, Meolbourne. MILK, J. Ileudersou, Chelsea. A. B. Opie, hIIelea, A. 'P. Follett, Mentoiie. K Mres, Bartlett, Chelposeu. :`I::·I

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

INS UR1ANCJ, National Mutua1, Melboturne. Phoonix Co., Melbourne. Qualrdian Co,, Melbourne.

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TURKISH JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

. i "'I ISTl JUISTIJCE, ';Iho poor baker, tot sonie roeaon, ,ipcllqi9r to have heen aingled out f il' eai e?t'norillnnry punnilllnents. .It ;li osily ,.within late years that , theo haIeO hOllin rescinded In Turk 'y n:: law y hllch the .baker gillylll .of. alort-weight' trlcks was punlshe l .b,. havng his ear nailed to thu doovrii)ot., *; uridsh oflleors of the law are no torlously averse to giving theminsl vons more trouble tihan is asoluhte ly' necetsary. If the recalcitrant linker did not happen to be at ;olno when they arrivted to admin Ister punishment. they dhin't bother to call again, but just seiztl his sonl or his journeymanl or hls j father-Ii?iluw, or whoiever was halu:y,, rnd nailed his ear to th' doorstop. So long as somebody was punished. It cld, not matter, "'? ' ? "i .*1 "

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PICTURES ON PEACHES. THE FASHIONABLE FAD OF FRUIT PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

PICTURES ON PEACHES, --4-- ,TIIi .FASHIONABLE F'AD 01' • FRUIT PHO-O GIAPHY.. Since some invehtlse.fignlus a, few yeors ,*go conceived, the ideta' of making al print, oil ripening fruit by attaching thereto a filmts. negativo, this .novel branch of the. photo.., graphle ai't is developing into ct fashionable. fad.. Perhaps its greatest reconnondla t.ion is its charming 'inmplicity. Dark rooms, corrohilve acids, antl litsttinttqneouis 'shiIttelr enter,' not !ito,the philosophy of the fruit lpho. toginaphei'; 'All he requilres s I he pIoach o apploe . tree with its rilji;;' ihg frait,. a ' stencil portalit ttiuid;' from thin paper, and an indilapeio sable ntod cunl of that r~ar and re nllffinga sunshine, r. i'?)?),,.t 1 last fow soqsoli` i.rleý; ru t hIts been on silif jn ins 'cronsi??g {iuantitis at cortain fash ionablo fruitorers' shops il' tli West End of LoIdon. Even while the late King Edwa wr was upon the Throne, apples bearingl a pho tographic, portrait of ciurpopular MQnarch w...

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JORGEN ANDERSON'S POULTRY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

JORGEN ANDERSON'S ;POULTRY FARM. On thel Boundary-road, niar Mordial Ice, there is a block of land, 10' acres in exbant, (ccup otd by Jirgen Ander son. The position is more Ethan ordin arily favorable to the rearing of poul try. On the opposite side or the road, is a larg3 padduol,, several hundreds at acres covered ivitht trees, such as can be seen-anywhlere mi toe "back blocks," and .that ,paddock tilhe west wind loses.'itIelf" 'the portion of the land occuioied by the dwelhing and the poul try hlouses and runs is generously shul cred with lucerna and Wattle ltres. Theb oil is a stindy loain, and there is no fear of a flood, There havo been hloods--all round the plnce-but no sooner has the downpour stopped than tIe land is drained.off. There is no f of blsh fires on thht favornble spot,. So that it will be seen that tlo. elements have been practically warned off, and the result is quito satisfactory., both to the proprietor and th3 feathered t'ribe iihich dwell in peaceful rest on...

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

Aspý I dk'rc "G ceries with a Guarantee of Goodne~s!" Kerr & Gibbiis, at Edithvale Road Crossing Aspendalo Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval Opposite Edithvale Road Crossing.   NEPEAN ROAD.   Good Work. Moderate Charges. Miss I. Muriel Robinson 'Certificated, 'Trinity College, Music, London ; Matric. Cert, of London Uuivcrsity Visits or receives pupils for Piano. fotte, 'Theory, H irmony, At.O:derly R.onjm, Point Nepean Roail, Ch?teholhaln, and at " Dakeithi," Centre Dandeuoug RoKa, Che?tenham. Term? on application, J. R. Valentine C .RPENTEIR, IBUILlDE . an? CONTR \C TOR ýeliniiavIs 1ýtimntos Prjp ied. Classes f.,rrmnir, rTethllist School Hll. M11rdialW, April 20th, 8 p.m P;o,.e:au HAll, (iCeltcnhalm, April 22u1i, H p.m. Principal, F. L. ING, AIF,I,A, Inco,'ora ed ? Aeon,tnta:t, R:Igs 1.ererl 'l~ce,,r B ,,.kkepinig and Accounta! , and I:RtO)I),IlS Iiglhest i't;An1lt' of anlly nmak3 through. out Autrdia lav'ored by the Quewnslaud :J, N S ,V, Govc.:n...

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WEDDING BELLS GARTSIDE and BATLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 16 May 1914

GARTSIDE and BATTLEY, A very pretty wedding was   celebrated on the Orbost Presbyterian Church on the 6th inst, by the Rev Harrison, when the contracting parties were Mr C. P. Gartside, youngest son of Mr J. Gartside of Cheltenham, and Miss Eva L. Battley, only daughter of Mr J. E. Battley of "I'oehend," Orbost, The churoh was tastefully decorated by the members of the choir, with pink and white (lowers and greenery, and presented a very pretty appearance, Miss Rowe played the Wedding March, The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a dress of white pailette satin with trimmings, and a pointed train tinished with silver tassel; The veil lent by Mrs Fisher, was arranged mob cap fashion over a wreath of orange blossom, She was attended by four bridesmaids, Miss I. Clark, and Miss F. Cameron wore pale blue silk dresses, black velvet hats, and carried crooks of Virginian creeper. Miss L. Nixon and Miss R. Fisher, wore white silk trimmed with fur and very pale pink s...

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

BENTLEIGH. On Wednesday an exciting game of football was played in Ellins paddock between the schools re- presenting Bentleigh and Ormond, which resulted in a win for the former school, the scores being 5 goals 5 behinds to Ormond 4 goals 6 behinds, Mr J. Arnold umpired the game to the satisfaction of all parties concerned; The goal kickers for Bentleigh were:--- Dunbar 2, Wilmot, H, Dunbar and Priddoth, while for the losers Burgess 2, Hoffman, and Williams. At the conclusion of the game, three hearty cheers were given for the umpire, A working bee, comprised of parents and school children, recently put in a half a day's work at im- proving the schools grounds Much energy was displayed and the re- sults proved that with the combined energy of a few willing people much good could be done in a short period   The ladies generously provided re- freshments. A meeting of the recreation re- serve committee met on Monday evening to discuss the selection of a reserve, Two blocks...

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

CARRUM Congratulations to our esteemed     citizen, Mr. R.W. Jones who is now a fully pledged Justice of the Peace, having taken the oath of office last Monday.  

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TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS WEEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS WEEKLY COMPETITION lt,4" Ten Shillings Prize A cash prize of ten shilllngs will hbe awarded to the reader biv?g the name of the team, whichl will score the highest number of poinlts, regardless of which grade of the competition that team is playing in. The number of points must b?o stated, Tn the event of tny person not naming the exact number of points, we will allow a margin of three points under or over, In the case of a tie, the monoy will be divided, The decision of the editor shall bo final. All scores must be sent in on coupon published in 'TheNews" on theo Baturday previous to the matoh, Coupollns must be in this office not later than ten o'clook on the Friday night before thie match, Coupons must be filled up in ink to avoid mistakes, In thn event of a match not boieg played, the forecasts received will be ignored. Rccsulti will be published in TiThe News" every week. Any numbeor of votes may bo sent in.

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POSITION OF CLUBS. Senior Grade [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

POSITION OF CLUBS, Senior Grade CtLIU;d f'lupCd fen j Lesti UiwinulPointe CHIELTENH-IAM ..... 3 0 0 . 12 MIDDLE BRIGHTON , 4 3 1 0 12 BLACK ROCK ....... .4 3 I 0' 1 2 CAULFIELD ....... 4 8 1 0 12 MOORABBIN ....... 4 2 2 0 8 MENTONE ........ 3 1 2 0 4 CARRUM ......... 8 1 2 0 4 I-IHEATIERTON. ..... 4 0 4 0 0 MOORABBIN PARK . 8 0 3 0 0 JuniorJGlrade, ELSTERN\VICK ... 3 0 O 12 GARDENVALE...... 3 2 1 0 .8 MORDIALLOC ..3... 2 1 o0 8 CHELTIENHAMI ..... 8 2 1 0 8 GLENI-IUNTLY ..... 4 2 2 0 .8 ELLINDALE. ...... 8 0 3 0 0

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POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

POIULTRY NOT'ES ly "I1 OR !H OItN." From week to ivvek we propose t', publish notes undeir this heading ior general infurunftion. Ilforinution a:Id queries shutild ie b~oent to '"Leg"u;u" ole of "rli N?w''s" y ,.du..day morning, e ** .* Remember it co~j:a as mulch to .'.d the worst breeds as it does thle best, Give theun plenty of room .cad -green stuff i3 the essentisl Now is the time to get. your in. cubitorout, thoroughly clean' aad ,is ufect it, . * . *1 Good roomy hens are better :ureeders than small freak layers. -quabs for profit, less work, less ;•:ce required, better to have a good aversrge flock '?hu a a few. freak layern anilthae rest4ditlrs . Now is the time to hatch heavy se;,ds, iig prices for table birds, can now b. expected, right on to Xmas. )Don't let your birds get lazy, aui:e theun work for their grain. o- * e, Feed the morniug.mash in cl-an raoughs, with ample standing room ior, each bird, salt is a necessary .rti-le for paultry or pigeon grit, 25 per cent, of g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

HII. NEILL, DRAPER MAIN STREET, MORDIALLOC Special reductions in P.D. and Nautilis Corsets Special values in Bathing Gowns, Costumes, Blouses, Mercery Boots and Shoes Orders taken for Tents. The Necessity of Lift, Some People say its rmoney, We say it' BR2;EA D ~B I?E?D~, 3 ies mako itt We bake it I And deliver I I awharo, and it i. always good uality. CakeLs and Small Goode receive prompt attontion --J. RENNIE MINTONE J. Hart, Bakr, etc. (close station). Chelsea. Noted for Small Goods . Fresh Daily. Mlentone Hotel The Plest Seaside Retreat in Victoria, Iged with every convenience and comfort for Visitors USa Baths are at the door. Frivato Pionic Ground Boating, Fishing Pdvat Dilnners, Luncheons and Picnics catered ir, T?Lusa.oNa 14 CHULTNIINIAM F, M., SOUDDS; G. MONK, Painter & Paporhangeor CHELTENHAM. unlatioas lre aptly Attended to Estimates Submitt," John Murphy GAB PROPRIBTOR CHELTENHAM labber-tyred Hansom,, Waggoaotole, at l hears, day or night, Drage for hire [Rdo and...

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ISAAC'S LABOUR LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

SAAO'S, LAllOUI LOST. There were tears. in. the eyes of .rTnnac, and dire trouble was muarkl oti ,him usually plasid and innocent brow. 'Veil, veil," he wailed, "efery iings vas agaln!st mo-eferyting-yet vot haf 1 donue to desorfe it ?" "Vy, \vot's the matter ?" queried a friend' and sympiathiser. "I tell you. You know I dook a )oautiful \tarhouse just lately, and ftiled it up mnit all my vinest ggots, yes. Ben, of course, as a matter of brecaution I Insure it all vidout any traubles, But vould r'uz tink it, der terry next day deor landlord he lot do second floor to an agent for fire-extinguishers, for a dliwroom, and to-day ipless my life if he ain't gone aid let de ground loor to make a swimmiuig-bath." 'The United States Steel Corpo. ration has decidedl to increase th wages of its emuployea by an aver- ago of. more than 7 per cent, All tie men employed by the trust wili nnolli, and the increased annutil )aylmlont for wages is calculated at C2,400,00,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

Caudwell's SAW AND LIDULI.QIAI MILLS, Mat0ne & mordlallo1 J, & C. OAUDWELL beg to an. Lounoe that they have just ereoted at their Montouc Timber Yard. a thoroughly up.to-date Saw and Moulding Mills, and arue now pre. pared to do all classes of Planin Moultiiu Bench and BAND SAWING, etc, at MELBOURNE PRIOi;i. S END FOR PRICE. LISrS, and prve for yourselv,' that By Pu'chaslng Looally you will not only B?,lit your Dlstriot but wIll SI Ali@'f aI thu Sane Thimi Farnishing & Builder's Ironwengyry Ovenr Paints 8potitg Oilh (iopi:ers ColorU Sid.ing Glass 'TiLwares Corruted iroe Brushw~are Gal, and bihk plpiang Rld Guiu Down Pip?s Jal'h - Pumps Hardwood Lime Flooring aGment \. ,?:.rcrboards Brilcks Doors Laths SuheOs Baths Lhlaudngs Sinks ALL AT MELBOURNB PRIOES PUIIUIdNO WOBK Of every Des.riptimn done .iher by Teandr or Privately. A Licensed Plumber Constantly Employed, GALVANISED IRON 'ANKS A SPECIALTY J. and U (AUDWELL ITHave well stooked Wood, Coali and Goke Depot...

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