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CHELTENHAM B. v MORDIALLOC B. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 17 January 1914
CHELTENHAM B. v MORDIAILLOC B. 1Moorhouse, Soullin, E. Barnett, M'Swaln ... .. 87 - Caudwell, Wain, M'Phbate, Organ - .11 LePage, H. Wof, Fairbank, Reynolds ... ... .. 27 -' Coleman, Gilmnour, Manning, M'Donald... .. - 26 Barnett, J, Monk, L, Woif, Foreman ".. ... 32 - M'Swain, Lording, M'Cheane, Davis .. 1i 96 50
Motor Car Accident AT BEAUMARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 17 January 1914
Motor Car Accident AT BEAUMARIS. On Sunday evening last a motor car overturned near the Beaumaris hotel, which, fortunately, resulted in little injury to the occupants. In the evening the party left Fitzroy for Beaumaris, intending to spend the night at the seaside house of Mr Copeland. Nothing untoward hap- pened until near the end of the journey, when the car skidded in the sand into a rut on the side of the road. The rut was so deep that the weight of the car, combined with the sudden stoppage, caused one of the front wheels to collapse. The car then swerved further round, and one of the back wheels collapsed also. This caused the car to turn com- pletely over, Mr Johnson was thrown into the air, and landed off the road, clear of the motor. The others were less fortunate. They &nbsp; &nbsp; were all pinioned under the car, the side of which rested across Mrs John- son's thighs. Mr Copeland was caught near the steering wheel, and the back of one of the seats presse...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 17 January 1914
Latest Style a,>i Quality. Marshall's Latest Ox.-blood Bals, 21s Wallaby aBols, by.. oes, 15, 6d Glazed Kid Bals, 18s d. l3 x Calf, 18s - Womau's Ox. So.., 14; 6d W\Vnmn's Crurt ,, Kismwts, 14s Gd JO M,(ILLAlu, BOO? .AND isI As G L3 LT) ? . , l'A .9 ! g.y .3 1&lt; , i&lt; ' i' ý" ," "'r :: "u ". . . ?::., . I , t w\ .. .?:?nt ?.rr .: ?.ýw .Mw ~ ,,:1.? ,',., .' I,.,A::". i?:L .' Coachbuilder aid Geeneral B1ack 1m6 th .. LH i .l Ib CLIALI " . IN ti Y y W. OR ' ,' M 9 "( f9;:. t,."..,:' ........'.", cc ,r , . , ., , l ý i... ? .. : ,? ý` . , . . ' i 1P'- n',?t : ' ., , ?, 5 S rR "There's Just ,( Time for ai)rOff, at HI LL'S 6 MORDIALLOC HOTEL T "el h n,]2 nelt ? I t ldt o' luck!! 1 P"J Read this through- - You'll think ao, tool " ABBOTT & MASON, "Diret 11J O." . Y Gsocur~, Th iir, D1AhY hPiomue, & Mentone 1Pr½'de 3BETO?K0?'OE, Opp, 1?ailway, Statibn F. J. Newton, House and Estate Agent, Phone 121 C,,elt. M 1ordial0oc Cheltenham Halrdressing Saloon C. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 17 January 1914
Moorabbin Co.Operative Society, LIMITED Largest Stores in the District. POINT NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone, 18 Chelt. Cash prices lowest in the trade, Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half.yearly. Call and get particulars. Best White Sugar, 21d per Ib, 2s 41d doz Best 150 test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 3s rid tin. Best Sago, Tapioca, 2d lb, ~ ( d doz. Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, 2jd lb, :s 3d doz "First Picl" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s gd doz, Flour, 251bs paper, 2s 41ld, 5olbs 4s gd, 251bs cahlico, as 6d, 5olbs 5s Our own Special Blend Teas, is, is 3d, is 6d Lowest Market Rates for Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, Barley Meal, Peameal. Eranning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshire Heros), Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other produce, ROSE ,BROS., ..FURNISilNG UNDERTAKERS.." CHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM. Funerals Conducted in;any part of the District. Coaches Supplied T....BTELEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM ExcHANGE.,,,,, REYNOLDS ROS NEW LIST BLOOD &...
INTRINSIC VALUE OF MANURE ON THE FARM. THE USES IT SERVES MAKE IT OF VAST ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
INTRINSIC VALUE OF MANURAF ON THE FARM, THE USES IT SERVES MAKE IT OF VAST ECONOMIC IMPORT ANCE. It is imposible to accurately,eatimate the full money value of farm manure. Its value as a fertilisor; that is, the money value of the plant, food that it adds to the soil, may easily be computed frnom a chemical analysis. But through out the country, as at general rule, its value as a fortilisor reqi ta much less consideration that its other values. Its effect upon the soil far transcends in value the value of the planb food it adds to the soil. These other uses of farmi manure are of prime importance to the producing capacity of most soils they have not bon given enough con sidoraition, and as a result, the pro. duoing capacity of these soils has not been made, what it might easily have been made. Nearly all soils are seriously lacking in vegetable content. Vegetable growth uses up the vegetable content of the soil. After land has been suc cessfully cropped for a number of years the de...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
CRICKET A large number of items will be found on our second page this week, The Caulfield-Moorabbin team selected to play on Monday at the University oval against Victorian Juniors are .- Mitchell (capt.), Bourne, Tormeoy (3), Soudds, Weloh, Wainwright, Jennings, Shaw and Lehmann,. * Against Brighton District, at Sandringham :-P Baxter, F Bind. ley, R Brooks, S Chandler, H Clarke, C Jennings, R Lumsden,.G M'Gill, H Rigg, T, Rush and J. West, Against Brighton Distriot, at Cen tral Park : Weeks (capt), T Smith, Rogers, Phillips, Dowding, Munro, Moore, Brooeen, Long, Taylor and Sheehan. aAll matclwh commeo;oe at 10.30 Sin & T* Montono had a decisive win last Saturday against Malvern District, 349 to 109. The principal scores for Montone were :-Delves 108, Scudds 72, T Smith 66, Farrell 41, Fitzsimous 15, Peterson (notout) 10, Rust secured three wickets for 88, Soudds two for 26, Peterson one for 7 To-day's match, Glenhnntly v Oakleigh, will be played on the Cen tral Park, Malve...
THE COUNCIL'S TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
THE, COUNCIL'S TRIBUTE. MrA. C. Smith referred at Mon day's council meeting to the death. of Mr M'LIeod, in brief but eulogis tic terms. The engineer is noted for his Scotch caution, and it is generally recognised that one word of praise from him is valued at the same value as a hundred from some people. Mr Smith stated that that in his connection with the council, Mr M'Leod had proved. himself a conscientious employe. He knew the history of every road and culvert, was honest, and a good workman. In latter years, as Mr M'I?Leod was getting on in years, the same amount of work was not done, yet the quality was always there. On the motion of Crs Small and White, a letter of sympathy and appreciation of services rendered to the municipality by the deceased was ordered to be sent to his rela tives.
The Late Mr L. M'Leod AN IN MEMORIUM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
fhe Late Mr L. M'Leod AN IN M1EMORIUM ERVICE. At the Cheltenham Presbyterian church last Sunday morning, a special service was held, when the preacher, Rev. J. H, Hewitt, made reference to the deceased mentioned above, in the following terms : " We mourn the loss of one to day, known so well to young and old, and respected so highly. Born away in the Highlands of the home lands, he came here very early in life, with his parents, and for more than fifty years was an eye-witness of the changes, the ups and downs, ins and outs, of a new and ever-developing district. Our friend, possessed.: ,lativ,--qyialilties of nirid and heart, whio4might have placed him amongst our fore most citizens, if the. blessings of education, now showered upon all children, had been his eaily privi. lege. This was not the case, and his life was beat out in the 'places of daily toil, His ways were the paths of men who walk alcng dusty roads, and carry burdens, yet there was never a murmur or bitterness of spir...
Carrum Rate. A LEGAL DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
Carrum Rate, A LEGAL DIFFICULTY. Before Mr Justice Hood ou Mon day, the question was raised whether the Carrum waterworks district was subject to the jurisdic tlon of the State Rivers afid Water Supply Commission, and whether the commission could make rates in respect to it, or was it under the control of the Carrum Waterworks Trust. The matter came before the court on an application.for an order nisi to review a decision of the I)andeioug Court of Petty Sessions on December 23, when, on the in formation of the State Rivers- and Water Supply Commission, Thomas Mitchell was ordered to pay rates amounting to £29 to the commis sion. Mr Owen Dixon, instructed by Mr E. I. Thompson, who appeared for the appellant, said that an act passed in 1905, called the Carrum Irrigation Act, provided that the district might be transferred to the commission by an order of the Governor-in-Council,made pursuant to resolution by both Houses of Parliament. Both acts were, how. ev:r, assented to by the Gov...
CROSS-LEGGED HABIT. PERSONS WHO SIT CARELESSLY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
CROSS-LEGGED HABIT, PERSONS WHO SIT CARELESSLi. Fully 80 per cent, of travellers by tramway car and omnibus sit oross legged. That is the opinion of a cor respondent who has taken particular notice of his follow passengers, The cross-legged habit when you sit down is provocative of grave harm to she body. Indeed, in time, a Lon don do'tor who told "The Daily Mir ror," it mroduces varicose veins if the person regularly adopts this and no other attitude. "The objection I see to the habit," he said, "is that the return tflow oft blood from the leg is stopped at tho knee, the result being that the veins in the leg swell up. "All the weight is thrown upon one side of the body, and the under leg 'goes to sleep' owing to the pres sure put on the sciatio nerve. The body should be equally balanoed. "there is another danger I ought to point out. If you sit cross-legged you become lop-sided. "Personally I never do this. I always let the legs rest limply-stretch ed out is just as good. The musc...
MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
MENTONI A report of the special meeting of the Progress Association appears on our second page. SThe gas lighting system at the Reereation Hall, has been faulty for sodAe time, At last Friday's meet. ing of the Progress Association, the ogfoers (Messrs l)olvoes, Pepper and Bdwards) on the platform, showed up with good limelight offecot, as the light over the stage was practically the only light in the hall A new service has now been installed, which is at present working satisfactorily. A local innovation is advertised in connection with the Methodist anni versary to-mol'ow in the shape of a Pleasant Sunday afternoon, at which a musical programme is to be ren dered, concluding with the " Halle lujah Ohorus" with full orchestral accompaniment. Mrs Judkins has consented to preside at the piano. To-morrow being the 125th'anui vesary of the establishment of pub lic worship in Australia, andl of the founding of Australia, Rev. 0. Kelly will preach at the morning service at St Augustine's...
Careless Use of Fire FINES INFLICTED [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
Careless Use of Fire FINES INFLICOTED Francis Campbell, of Union Street Richmond, was ch rged gt. the Gheltonhamf Police Court on Wed. nesday witl, having set fire to grass at Beaumaris on 21st, December last, without having taken proper pre caution. Inspector Costello pro. secuted and Mr H. C, Price appeared for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. In outlining the case, the Inspector stated it rose in connection with the fire which broke out at Beaumnaris Sa the day mentioned, whereby damage to the extent of ,£300 was done. The fire broke out on Hamil. toi's propety, which was consider. ably south of Campbell's, and was practically extinguished when flames came from the direction of the accused property and destroyed a further large area of country. A very strong wind was blowing from the north, Campbell should have given notice and ploughed a furrow around area he intended to burn. Evidence was given by quite an army of witnesses, including F. .T. Dilkes, J. R. Dilkes, M. Russell, ...
POTTING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
POTTING BUTTER. A practical correspondent, in reply to an enquiry, thus describes the methods he has found successful:-"A vessel intended for keeping butter should be deep, with a mouth not exceedingly 10 inches in width. Butter made foi keeping should be churned from ripen, ed cream. The temperature on the day of churning should be as low as possible, and if water can be obtained at 5O deg. for washing, so much the better. After at least three wash' ings, during which the butter is rocked gently to prevent its aggregation, it should be brined and subsequently placed in a trough to drain and dry, If a butter box is provided for cooling, so much the better inasmuch as for keeping the butter should be quite firm before salting and working on the but. ter workd. The salt should be ground almost as fine as flour, having first been thoroughly dried. It is then distributed on the butter, after the roller has been passed over it, at the rate of three.quarters of an ounce to the pound. Some...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
MORDIALLOC. SHarry Shaw, aged about 17, died yesterday morning about 4 a.m. He caught a cold during the holi days, from which he never re covered. He wv popularly known throughout the district as "Ti'h." The deceased lad was the son of Mr Joseph Shaw, and they were both vary popular in football circles, being prominent supporters of the local team, and the great ideal of the deceased was to appear in the uniform of the team during the pro. gress of the matches, The family left the district just before the Christmas holidays, to reside near the city A very fine enlarged framed photo of the late Cr M'Indoe was presented to the council last Mon day night by Or F. M Scudds Eulogistic refercace was made on the occasion to the sterling qualities of the deceased, and the photo ordered to be placed on the walls of the council chamber. A meeting of residents interested in the holding of a carnival for 1914 is convened, as per advt, for Wed. nesday, 4th February The annual meeting of members ...
Proposed Water Supply. FOR THE SEASIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
Proposed Water Supply. FOR THE SEASIDERS. The proposal to provide a water supply for the residents of the Mornington peninusla, including Aspendale, Chelsea and Carrum, was advanced another stage on Wednesday last. A conference of delegates from the municipalities interestel was held at Frankston on that day. Mr Hodgins, president of the Frankston Shire, presided. Other delegates present were : Mornington--Crs Grover, Alsten, Mate, Crosbie, Sanders, Flood and Stephens Dandenong-Crs Rain, McLeod and Groves. Frankston-- I Crs Oates, Murray and Griffiths. Peru Tree Gully-O-rs Collier and Kerr. Engineers-.Messrs Sambell and Woodcock. The vacillating attitude of the Federal Government was first dis cussed, and it was eventually decided that the member for the district (Hon. W. H. Irvine) should be written to asking him to try and hurry matters somewhat, and that a del.utation wait upon the Govern. ment. Cr Groves moved that the gngineer's report be heard. Air Sambell stated that he could...
YET ANOTHER CAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
YET ANOTHER CAT STORY, To the several highly interesting oat stories to which you have already ac corded the widely extended publicity of your columns, I would like to add another (writes a correspondent to "T.P's. Weekly.") When living in the Midlands, we had as a household poet; a fine tortoise. shell cat which had been with us from kittenhood. Out of a numerous yield of kittens, not one had resembled its mbther, and while they were sum marily disposed of, she who had given them birth was retained, and kept the house and premises clear of vermin. After several years, she appeared to be suffering from toothaohe, evidence of which was forthcoming in a swollen face, always on' the same side of tle fare, and which interfered with her pleasant facial ,appearance as I have soon the ease with human beings under similar circumstances. When suffer ing from these attacks, by her pitiful look up into our faces she soeemed to appeal for the help we could not atf ford, but we assured her of ou...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914
MopRAsBIN. -;__. .i-0-- Now that the city council by-law is in vogue great attention is being paid to noiseless brakes both by gardeners and blacksmiths,. Mr D. Hughes, has been experimenting roceatly with a system, which is reported to be entirely successful, It consists of a 2 inch steel band to fit on the hub of the wheel and is lined with a solid stip of asbestos belting. This is claimed to be very effective, durable and noiseless and not no extraordinarily expensive. Mr P. White is also busy on a scheme, which has not yet been made publio, but which we understand, is now being patented. Mrs Cooper advertises elsewhere in this issue that she undertakes dressmaking in all its branches. This lady lives quite adjacent to Highett station, and has an excel lenit reputation as an, expert with the needle