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SOUND. A MARVELLOUS CALCULATOR OF DISTANCE IF ONLY YOU KNOW HOW TO USE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
SOUND. - +--~--- 4 NAlRViBLUOUS CAlOULATQRW OF DiWTANUE IF ONLY YlI'U KNOW HOW TO USE I1'T. (ly UAIIRE'TT . SERVISS), -. Sound consists' of waves, or.vibra ;ions, which- traivel through' the sair, it ordinary temperatureo, with a . .leed of 1,140 feet per second, At ,lower temperatures the spood is Ilightly decreased, and at highor temperatures Increased, but thu rtures .given are; su(tlciently exact for common purposes. Knowing 'them you can, for instance, tell il a moment how far away from you a thunderstorm is raging. " You havo only to count the number of se sonds that elapse between the flash of the lightning and the sound of the thunder, and multiply that num her by 3,140, which will give you the distance of the cloud, from which the discharge tookplace.. The light travelhs more thin 900,000, times as jlst. Is >th,,i o0,nd,n tso tlhit :ihe Int ,. er in. hardly got startel pefurce the former reaches your eye, Since there are 5,280 feet in a mile, itis evident that the sound ...
JESUS, THE FATHER OF SAVED HUMANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
d NsUS, TLh~ 1rATHIn OF SAVEDIUIN1Y 13y PAi~irOR RUJ~3SEUI,~. *et ' lie rIiu1I he ca)~ud the everlasting rathellr" (isa,, ix., 0). "lod's people to.day Jl.ve rupilerior advaun ig?,, fn' l]ible study -*co-ral ability to irad, convenient Iill?s, better liglhtn, more comfortnble quarters, and more time at their disposal. 'As the Nqw Day is dawning the cursv ui rolling away, and ble'sings are taking itsa place,, He1nce h'dlou students to-du :,O new light in textq .ni t considered dark, The text w. i:v imt of this character. 1: ?ivea Jesus the title "everlastino :'ailler," the Father who gives eve? !imni lift. .\t, oine tinic it sceemnui In co? iid ,t oiltlir 'cipturtL; for insl~(;co, tbo ..lii,;ion "ThJ' GO.d and Fatlher of. our o.(! .Irit .LChristt I;utI begotten us," "?Ai .atier and your Fathor," "My God and C,... C..id," and other texts, But now in S elemrr liiit the contiladiction \nmv Bibie students see that Jelhovah i.;, is the laitlhcr or Life.giver to the .iii rlh;i but that ,Je...
INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
IN-ThUR~ANC1tt National Mutual, Melbourne. Phoiinix Co,, Melbourne, Guardian Co., Melbouijno. JEWTELLER, S. Bonnett, Choltenham. LEGAL, U. freeno, Cheltenham., H. C. Price, Mentone. T. Baokhouse, City., LIVERY STABLES,, J. A, Fleteher, Aspendale. J. Murphy, Choltenham,. P. Kanye, Aspondale. MEDICAL. Clements' Tonic, Sydney. Vitadatio, Melbourne. ..' MILK. J. Henderson, Chelsea, A, E, Opie, Chelsea. A, T. Follntt, M?ontone, MrA. Bartlett fC)~lrsea, NEWS AGENTS. - Comber, Mentone. S PAINTERS.?? G. Monk'COheltenham.
OUR PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
00o11 PROGlESS. We walk into our victuals. We run into det4 .- , We Tush into print. We step into a practiee. W?e fly into a passion., We 'prinl Into twtire, Vr, jump into fibehi, We dive itn A bar,. i \We ~rde into a, st ry.. We ,h'k ilte~LStnhl l r% We k np intolnottl ih ty. e st tlmb'e inlto 'quaintance , We plide iwo Inlmticy, . We fall In love. We prccipitate ourselves into w'ed lock. "Life." Our telephone service is at your di~ pocal. Someone ti at this end of th' wire dayor night, ' 21 Oholtonlra~n;
FRUITERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
FI1RUITERERS. ,. Stephens, Montone. J. R, Bond, Chelsea, C. Chapiman, Cheltenzham. (GROCERS, W. Smiley, rOICrno Co-operative Stores, Cheltenham. W. J. Foreman, Cheltenham . .Thonipson and Co,, Cheltenham,. Abbott and Mason, M1entone. Uloynolds Bros,, M[oorabbin, J. Af. Gilmour, Mordiqlloo, - ,Itzs; Woods, Tiighett. Korr tihld Oil:bins, Aspendale,: ; F. Shepherd, Aspendule, Mrs. Ewins, Aspendale?o Service and Elliott, Brighton.: F. J. Joneq, Chelsea. - , Bishop, Chelsea, State Storei. Chlellso,. . HAI DRIESSEURS. . W. Dorney, Chelsea:; C, Bennett, Cheltenham. 'HOTELS, F. 1A. Sendds, Meatone. i, 11,-11 n " frllij d Mioe. . 3. MLa uarusro
Doctors and Patients No. 5. THE DOCTORESS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
Doctors and Patients No. 5, THE DOCTORESS. Our final specimen of doctors is the popular medical woman. The presence of the doctoress upon the woman question. We can't avoid it, It always crops up somewhere when we least expect it. 0! these daughters of Eve,: what is to, be done with them? We don't know, exactly, what to think of the doc toress. We are puzzled, we ca'nt make her out, we are not accustomed to the idea. Apparently, she seems qualified to enter the profession, These are her degres., First stage a sweet girl graduate; second stage a female medical student, third stage a full, fledged doctoress, The masculine medicos must now look to their laurels; for she is coming with lancet and scalpel in, hand and. .something is going to happen. like a coup d'etat. However, we readily admit that it wouln be use ful and advisable for duly qual. fied ladies to attend to other ladies; and to act as Government inspectors in factories, and places where large numbers of females are employe...
DRESSMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
DRESSMfAKIERS. irs, Cooper, Hiighett. - • ESTATE AGENTS, E;'. Lessing, Chelsea? W. P. Fairlam, Cheltenhlam.' Small and Edwards, Mentone. D. White, Mordialloe. F. J. Newton, Mordialloe. W, E., Looker, Mentone. R. W, Wilton, Aspendale. M. S. Lannan, Mentone. Callaghan and Co., City. 8, J. Cook, Chelsea. W. A. Towler, Chelsea, Clarke and Sons, Dindeniong.
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
MENTONE. M r..A. C. Smith reported at.last council mceting that to proporly ro pair the holes near the pier was a large order, and in his opinion should be undertaken either. by the Ports and liarbours or Publie Works do ipartment,. 'The report was received, those departments to lie eoinmuni ented with, At last Monday's council moeting, a petition wa,. presented by Cr, Scudds, signed by the requisite num ber of ratopayers, asking that tlhe speo cial threop~eny rate be continued, for the purpose of completing the pulr achase of the rocrea'tion re?servo and skating rink properlt,. The petition was received,-nurther action will 1be' taken in a few weeks, necording to the toermns of the Loral Government Act.
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
MORDIALLOC. On Wednesday last the literary and debating society held its usual meeting in the Mechanics' haIll. Tlhe subject fortkho ovoningwas impromptu speeches, in which tho following took part-Misses I,. Adams, V. Phillips, N. Dyall; Mossrs I1. Silli too, H. Phillips, L. Nioholson, F. Green, Jones, and F. L. Nicholeon. 'iThe Ladios' Club held a very suno cessful fanoy dress social on Tuesday ovening, which was well attended, A gold medal is promised to theo young lady who skeows the greatest improve ment in physical oulnure for the seoa son. Tho following were tho charac ters reprsented-Mrs Wilson, Mrs Panklshurst; Mrs Lordingl, Captain Scott; Mrs Osborne, Captain Scott's mother; Mrs Wain, Dolly; Mrs Tyler, Harry Lauder; Mrs Kennedy, Nurse; Miss M. Stuart, Silver Star Starch ; b. Adams, Jestor; Miss IM. Wilson, Wintor: Miss t Ik'adloy, Poppy; Miss DI. Hayes, Dolly Var den ; Miss A. Hurford, compulsory ; Miss M. Day, (;hiuamain : \lisses N. WilsHou Goodnigh(, Stu DUsy J3roken dow...
EMPIRE DAY. ENTHUSIASTIC DISPLAY BY THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
ENT EPUSrASTIC DLAY DB . TH CILDREN ENTHUSTASTIC DIMPLAY BP THE~ CHILDREN. Throughout the distriot yesterday the whole of the State and other sohools celebrated this now memor able day, Enthusiastio gatherings of children were the order of the day, in which, in some eases, the older generation heartily joined. Fome excellent addresses wore given by councillors, ministers and others, theo tone. prevailing through speehe being that of loyalty to the thrones and a simple exposition on the, growth and progress of thel Empire, of which Australia is now a pro minent part, The day's programme consisted of addresses, patriotio songs, flag drill, refreshments, sports and halt-holiday, These combined made the day memorable to. the youngest of the juveniles, more es pecially as the speeches were invari ably brief and simple. Subjoined is the brief details of the functions which took place at the various local centres, CHELTENHAM. The sohool was tastefully decor ated yesterday forl the Empire D...
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
ASPENDALE. This school is not yet 12 monthls old. It was, therofore, the tfilat de monstration of its kind nad the schnol committee considered it necessary to make speoial efforts to have an efflYc tive disp'ay. In this they wore ably and energetically assisted by the ladies, Parents and friends respon ded most liberally, both in oash and provisions, ample being supplied for the nerds of all who attenoudcd, both children and adnlts. Drin?in the morning lessons on the history and geography of the Empire were given eIIu--l r --i==·__a and at 11 o'clock the children were mtrched into position, forming a hollow square around the flagpole. Mr H, J, Richardson, chairman of the school committee, in introducing the councillors to the assemblage, gave a brief resume of the history of the Union Jack, and urged the child run to be loysl to the country of thoir birth and to the Empire. He: stated .that th schooi. committei, although badly in need of funds for equipment purposes, had refrained f...
BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
BENTLEIGH. Last Wedndsday night Mr T. R. Wilde of Cheltenham made a new venture in the Public Hall, with a good show of pictures seldom sur pas.ed in any of the suburbs. There was but a fair attendance owing perhaps to insufficient notice, and also another attraction close by on the same night. The pictures were admirably shown, and were worthy of a fuller house. Mr Wilde intends to show alternate Wednesdays, and it behoves the residents of Bent leigh to "roll up" and support the enterprising artist who caters for oneof the wanus ofthe distriot, Oa Wednesday evening a social of the membhers of St, John's Church of Ingland passed off very success. fully. During the evoning the meeting affirmed the decision of the Vestry that the time was ripe for the publishing of a Parish paper so that those who could not attend regularly, could be kept in touch with the churches also the non. ohurch goer. The question of the purchase of a new Organ for the Church was very favorably commen ted upon,...
Last Saturdays Matches SENIOR GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
Last Saturdays Matches SENIOR GRADE, Win Pts Lose pts CALULFIELD .... .. . 127 CARRUM . .. .. 27 BLACK ROCK ...... 180 HEATHERTON ..... 12 CHELTENHAM .. .. . 54 MOORABBIN ..... 81 MIDDLE BRIGH-LTON . 182 MOORABBIN PARK . 14 JUNIOR GRADE. GLENHUNTLY ..... 69 ELLINDALE ....... 88 MORDIALLOC ...... 94 CHELTENHAM ......41. ELSTERNWICK ..... 69 GARDENVALE .. .. . 51
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
C13HUR1C0 OF ENGLAND, Cheltonham-1-ll a.m,, Mr Chamberlain; 7 pm, Mr A, W. jCrsswell, MA. Dingley--11.15 a in., Mr A. WV Cresswell, MA ;7.15 pm,, Mr Chamberlain Moorabbin-8.15 pm,, Mr Chamberlain Mentone-ll a m,, Mr Sibthorpe ; 7 p m, Rev G, Kelly Mordialloo-ll a.m,, Rev G. Kelly ; 7 p in,, Mr Denton Aspendale,-11 a,m, Carrum--:,80 p jm. --Rev. L, , Croker Chelsea-7,80 p.m. ) MIETHODIST.I Maoorabbin--ll a,m,, Mr Upton; 7 pm., Rev 0 Fowler Bentleigh-- 11 a.m., Rev 0Fowler; 7 pm., SMr Lake Cheltenham--11 am,, Mr Dyson; 7 pm., 7 pm, Rev Horton Mentone - 11 am Mi' Shatwell 7 pm., MIr Coloman Mordialloo-11 a,m,, Rev,Hortoni 7 pm,, Mr PhilLips Hen herton-See speelal advt. Carrum-8 pm, Rev A H Horton Ohelsea Hall--7l p.m,, Mr Snell Aspendale--ll .m., 7 p.m., Mr Edgoose PRESBYTERIAN. Oheltenham--ll a.m., Rev J. H., HIewltt; 7 pm, Mr attaoh Mentone-.lI an,m,, Mr Cattaoh . 7 p,m,,. see speoial advt CHURCH OF OCHRIST 11a.m.--A, P, Willson, "The Church and Bible School" 3 p.m., --Bible School 7...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCV GOODS RRPOSITORY Mentone ' Improve the valueo of your own property by buyinglocally. . hvery article at City prices Circulating LTibrary. Latest Books. I,icensed to sell stamps, Telephone, Chelteunham 75. Agient for all the best makes of Piauos. Expert advice. S 'A"rgu sst.'aiid Moorabbinrd, Chelten. lIIREWOOD.-Jft firewood, dry, and " sound, lOs per truck., Cleimonts, .raiinkaton. GO.CARIT (Wngnr)', folding, very little uke, good order, Colmber, news agent, Mentone, SHIRE NOTICES, SHIRE OF DANDENONG. FINAL NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS lRltepayers are tootifled that unless Ai Rates ' .du to the Council upon their proporties Be Paid on or before the 10th day of JUNE, 1914 Immediate proceedings will be taken for the recovery of same without further notice. By order, KENNETH U. McALFIN, Shire Secretnry Shire Hall, Dandenong, 12th May, 1914 SHIRE OF DANDENONG. IrEL''l RIC IIOHT AND POWERI ACT, 1890 , POLL OF RATEPAYERS. ' oTICE is hereby given that a Po...