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MORDIALLOC v. CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
MORDIALLOC v. CHELTEN HAM, These juninbi' ±teaim .ha ' gied gaine last Saturday, Mordialloo played a very fast game, their mark ing and passing being particularly neat, Umpire M'Kinnon interpreted the rules correotly and promptly, giving every satisfaction, The scores were-Motdialloo 13.16, Chel tenhatm 6,5, Best players-Mor. dialloc-Day, Jones, Geggie, Noonan and MoMahon; Chelteonham, J. aid T, Barber, Penny, Grogan, and Nuttall,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
Enamel Sauce pans " A SPIENDID SETlECTION I Speoially maevked below city prioe. Judge Brand (Stevons) TIOMPSON & CO Angle Enamel Co,. (.HAS H, FAIRBANK) Blackmann's (Grey) NEPEAN ROAD, THE BEST hoe 0 CholtCHELTENHAM IBeach Blocks than DIamonds . i At Aspepndale, Jblls~a ard t'Prruinm I'o secure one you muL ct c quickly. ,i £5'Deposit - £I per month,: W. A. TOWLER, ,I Auctioneer, 406 Collins Steet, City, or Local Officesi O Phone Cuntral 3720 The State Stores Limited Chelsea ' :: A, WALSH, Manage (Late Danean's) General Store, Post anld Money Order OIlioa & also Wine Cafe I-Aro ofering new stooks edf GO5la towe- t market e;t:):i' Our ita?. o h?sR .1own . mnrked improvement under ne maiiagement ---- A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITI)-ED- ' I ,-- ,--~~I'--~~ . -:',; Cash Grocery Mentone Opposite Station, Phone Chelt 49 We call for orders, and deliver anywhere, S ? A Few'of Our Specialties Primest Bacon, machine out Fresh Coffee, ground on the premises Highest Grade Ceylon Teas Hor...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
Football Notes. Cheltenham Seniors v Middle Brighton on the ground of the former to.day, while the Juniors play at Gardonvale. 9.* * Syd, Main (Cheltenham Junior's goal sioaki will, be seen in the red, white tud blacnok to.day against Gardeavale, and it is expected that ihe will "bag" a few more goals, iase usual, Ohelotenham Club has decided to hold anothor picture show early in July, The secretary desires to acknowledge a donation of 1Os (d fromn Mr H. Foroman, LasIt Saturday, Mr MoKenna, Moorabbin, place! a room at the disposal of Oheltenhamu members, for which he was cordially thanked, SMiddle Brighfton scored an easy victory last 8atnl day over Moorabbin Park, the scores being 18"24 to 22, and the latter points were scored by the Park in the fist lquarter, all the remaining qurarteis were blank. The Carrum olub held a meeting at the fire station on Tuesday night, which was largely attended. Mr Itowo, honorary oolleotor for the club, handed in over ,5 in donations The club expce...
LADIES' COLUMN. COMFORTABLE FEET : HOW TO GET THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
LADIES' COLUIMN, CO.MIOi'TABLE .FEET : HO11W 'TO . GET THIEM,. :w. It Is utterly. impossibl .to keep' -wll uinloss tho feet nre kppt dry niil waimin all tho timeno.. Dri' Goprgo, Sliutlr rcecolllluends l in" a roceut pap'r that i/. cohl ind dry," :tho Soct lshould' be slonk (iOc4n hot watoi' * for ten ilnitics oyveir y night ; ul', whon wiped and dlriod, they should ho rublJod w~ll llli- toior nfteon .drops of sweet oil, which hihould hIeo donl pt.lently wili .thto-uluis, rub. hlin'- :tlio oil into the soles :of theO *i'dcel pin'llculnrly. On getting up1 in ''tho morning, dip both feet at ?~qoii ' iito water, as cold as th' nlil of thi iroom,' hbltf-ankle deep, for a nml n1uito in summor0, half a\ minute or loss Il winter, rubbintg ,on foot wilth the other; than wipo dryi nd, I' convenient, 'hold them to theo, fir', rubbling l them until peirfectly ti'y!lnl warii' iii eiery;o l'prt
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
;:7r" ,:... ra; ! t ! nl' dT * * S"r ceri with a Quarantee of Goodness!" ;.! ,.r i y., o :,. lis? h e r:" ?',:i'' pupils f'.r Piano f,, fo, .ITt?ueu , K inu.r ,],y, . At O:,.r.:v ,u , Paint, N :peu R..;.:1 C_ ?,::to ?nuna, and at ' D clu," CeV)t' e D.,ldlf uol i Ro:E. r !, Ch!,.'!teh lllaml., T iem i a , a 1, : il. tio ,. ,. R. V a en tine ,PEN'R, H 0UIIDE R. nd CONT 'tel .TOR' ]i,,matus Prtpai a AesounblItajIi~Incy.JRaino Classes f,.rmiaus. Methodist? .School ?\t Oi:rl: I( , Pjurdiloct Apil 20thNpen D.U~·:riua·," Cilt~e D~.urleuouig 8 pau . . .. . Protestant Hall, Ch.ltenham, April 22nd, 8 p~m. Principal, F. LMING, AF1,I,. Incorporated -Acoatantnt, Regis tered Teacher B sokk,,ophng an~d A. couVtancyntne QA~ hPEz~~l' FIR, iIUi LDV.R and Por'lfct" lncubators foal~rnar~ls and IROOIERS ighest r Isults of an make 2through 8 p~um out Australia. Favored byl th ueonsland and N S.Wleha, ApGovernmentil Pu, tilzm' O, De~ncpartments. Ilusrae ci~,AtFalou RIED SUSSEX FOWL 258 entries at last Cyr...
MEDICAL VIRTUE IN EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
'*MEUDCAL' VI'lTUIE IN EGGS, ' Eggs are most 'us~fmll artlcles. ITrio are sonme (rma'lwnn ?.lintlists p'o clainming that an ogg.shell diet. byeels centl.oe:rlmcn. ln. F'ramce they have d[irtovremid anothr vir tuo in them, Accordlnj. to a paper road by Dr .\mat Ifor dtllohe Socito Thorapeulilque, the mclil brane covering a newlv-lInid egg fo'ins an excellent fertllncr for lhuman skin. Whoen a patient conmes. to him with j bad wound he washes it, covers it wlith tiny layers oa egg membrane, and bandiges it. up, In four or five days the wound is heal od and a 'F?ah Ipatch of s kin has grown. Another 1'renchnlan, a cheme ist, doses his chlckens with quinlne Sand other drugs In froeueist demand and sells their. eggs. 'hb"prices raing, ing from five frances a dozeon, Theso are sold to peop?le who':object Po taking their medicineo nerit, anid are assured by the onterprising chemist ,that the doctored eoggim .wi do them all the good :they. equir'e,.
CAT WORTH £1,000. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
i'hebiggst` cat; showv a holl'~di at the Lon;lo C'rystal Palace opened there last month, lTheiru were all sorts of fireoideo pets - tabhies, whites, Slamneso chincillas, tortolse shell, but none that in any way ap* proncheod thle wonderful red klitten, "T.orrington Ifd Frill," that wi~s worthily adjudged the champion cat of tile shilow, its rednoss is not mar red by one speck ,or suspicion of white, Its eyes are alternate cir cles of light rod and dark red, just as its coat is alternate streaks 'of theo two shadcs,. it belongs to r~h,. I. Cook, dl il(lelaord, Devon shire, anli.ls valued at £1,000,. Tlhe cult of thle cut is growing, Burely never have\ exhibitors gone to such extremes in tricks of exhibition,. One $ant along with theo cat a tLdy!pplo in a hottle, because the curious oi"' Jeet excited the cat's i~tentiop, and Insiirved that sp'Y alx which Is supposed to arrcst t!h ju?Ige's at-. tention,
EVEN BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
"I'll bot \?Ve havo the nn smartest huglor inl the worl(d il Manchester," 'said Bragg. "l1 can s~tand in Al bert-square ancd blow hls bugle, and y'ou can travel. as far an Exeter, in D)evo!, a month later, and hly tlhe ' Echo' for a halfpoaay." "Ah," saild the lmtn from 1)lhll,. "that's nothilg! We have a ladl In our band I that can stand again, the City Hall and blow a cornet, nld lyou can go to P'lymouth six yoears after ad,sce the Sound,"
Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
Housoehold Hints. A genterous supply of cold air is one of the l.ost slin tlnics. Through hreathlin fresh cold air tilo nppel tito is .stimulated and whblosoeni foods aro"roillshod, One has to e.qgr. Clse in cohl' alr to koep .wtarin, Then, too, the e6ffectl; of bhisk,: cool air on the skiin iselfis if~ivlgorat" inhg.' When a long-il)anidle i ooi is 'di'o n out, ?instead of tlhrwiing .lt 'n wly tie a piece of soft felt or dflanil round tho. hnad and mnlko 'a '.fdooi' polisher. It will nmake' work :nich" O-sleor aind keep Ilnoleumn i. giood condition, as footinrks Can he lio'rul .led.off at any t!!et , without stoolp.: Ing. toeam is an excellont ~tlhig for 1ro. moving croieases fromo goil is that h \ao Ieon ipacke? d away1. lix" upi o line in tile .;bliatrJlio , hang the ci'ea eod .Clotles 'oi It c1oso Ito tleb w[indow, tihen lot the liot, wateor tap run until thte .oonni is ll fl.of steamn; leavo for 'an hour "ol,,tn0, then.diy tiho clothes, in the oipet (i riailnd pressr on the 'il...
Beaumaris Tramway [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914
Beaumaris Tramway The President stated that he had received a copy of the referees re- port from their solicitor, regarding &nbsp; the inquiry recently concluded. Mr Dickson? (a referee) merely stated that the complaint of the council &nbsp; had not been sustained. Cr Scudds : The Scotch verdict, "Not proven." &nbsp; Cr Mills? : Short, but not very sweet. Cr Scudds expressed himself as very unsatisfied? with the verdict. He had expected something difference, more especially when a Government department had taken the matter up, and regarded the tramway as unsafe. He did not think they could appeal against the verdict. In fact, council? was helpless in the matter. This Government had certainly helped them a little, but not sufficient. He moved that the report be received, and that the Government be asked to relieve the council from any responsibility in case of an accident. Cr' White seconded the motion, The council and a Government department had determined th...
To-day's Fixtures. SENIOR GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
Tomday's F'xtures. SENIOR GRADE CARRUM v MOQRABBTN MENTONE v CHELTENHA?/.'. (Barber) - ' CAULFIELD v MO. ORAJ\BBINR PARK.I MIDDLE BRIGHTON v BLACK,ROCK, ;. (Jbnkins) HE?ATHERTON ,ya hye JUNIOR GRADE, CHELTENHIAM v GLENHUNTLY ' (Andrawartha) ELSTERNWICK v MORDTALLO( (Rinoh) ELLINDALE v GARDENVALE __ (Nathau) I- 'T ~ -;------- --.--·---:
POSITION OF CLUBS. Senior Grade [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
POSITION OF CLUBS. Senior Grado CLUB 1 cltd "Wea Iputt Ir,?n tcol? CHELTENHAM ..... 4 a 1 0 12 MIDDLE BRIGHTON 5. 4 1 0 16 BLACK ROCK ...... ,i5 3 2 0 12 CAULFIELD ,. ..... 4 8 1 0 I. MOORAIIBIN .... .. ,5 3 ,2 0 12 MENTONE ........ 4 2- 2 0 B8 CARRUM .......... 4 2 2 0 8. HEATI-HERTON 5.... ,5 9 .5 0 0 SMOORAtIBIN PARK , . 4 0 4. O 0 Junlorj[Grade. ELSTERNWICK .. .... 3 3. O 0 12 GARI)ENVALE ...... 3 2 1 0 8 MORDIALLOC ......, 3 2 1 0 "' 8 CHELTNHAI-JIA .. ... 8 - 2 1 o 8 . GiENHUNTLY ..... 4 2 9 0 8 - ELLINDALE ...,.. . *3 0 8 0 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
Enanael Sauce pans SSpooinlly ninrhlk· belowv city price. Judge Brand (Stevens) TIIOMPSON & Co Anglo Enamel Co, (cE-lAs. I. FAIRBANK) Blackmann's (Grey) rEPEAN ROAD, THE BEST O'wou ht B CHELTENHAM - urauns~~~~~~~ ·I· tEU~RP·1C·IEE~nR~r"c·4 Beach Blocks I) a s .: A :r ci e, Cli cia ar tritan Di o di (i U Ui r rll U '.ii i I,, I . r UflL on U riiu t nsra quicky i ":: !v £5: [)epost:: ? i :£ per mtonth. W. A: TOWLER, Aucti?ncce, 4060 Coilins Steet, City, or Local Offices, ·: ,. . , , , , , . , - .. : .Ph:ile Cental 372u 1 . The State Stores Limited; gg A&, WALSIH Manager (Late DUnnan's; Geneols i toro, Post ad MRoney Order QOffice,: 1so Wihe Cafe -iA'e li41ie f~iWi? 6:Y?i'.Gkcr ies at lowest miarkotrates,-:i: , Onri tiade has shown an mnaked improveimeunt uandv, new management : A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED- C- ... .. ash rocery Mentone Opposite Station, Phone Cheit 49 We call for orders, and deliver anywhere, * # A Few of *Our Speoialties Primest Bacon, machine out Fresh Co...
Home of Picture Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
Home of Picture Shows. -4 Los Angeles, Cal., as is weol known, is the home of plcture-show productions, and I had boon trying for sanoe time to obtain a r;itua lion th ri. The other night.. while riding out -on the car, I timI one3 of their, numerous agents, and he ia kiovn'd 111e he wt'as seoHinlg ubout. 40 mo i to act in II milItary scene on the following day, .1 Ijlromlitly' uaid, "'u't lay nameo (low 1." "Know anything about it ?" he asked. "liather I" I roilied, Mo t wife told to piresoet myself,. at 8.80 oat the following, niprjlng,. ''lite next ortlm ing I went across. tp the ollide. at. the alppointed tine, and liwas told. to conuo at 1.28(i. At 0 na.ni, thie wvould(-iie soldliors lie gani to ' roll up, stout inon, thin men, llk11 inds and conditions of At ' .1210. 1 agauin .astolled across anii wals' toldi to iiress at onfo, as all. wia lendiY to begin the Ipiis. With the others I went upI't thte ldressing-rooio, and chose a; uniform froni out of the hundred avallable. Tlo ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
ni. hItLL, MAIN b ' EtIM L', it.: DIALLUC . Special sledtuction?s in P. I r d Nautih.i i ovrt. Slpecial values in Brth?nlg (;own~, Costumes, Blouse.,, 4L-rcel y Bhoots ind Shurs Orurs taken for 'rle is, The Neoessity of Life, Some People say its money, We say it's "B 9;Et .3A. "D W'e make it l We bako it I And deliver it anuwhoe, and it is alwaya good f ity. (bakee and Small oods rooeceive prompt attention J. RENNIE MENTONE J. Hart, akwr, etc. (close station). Chelsea. Noted for Small Goods, Fresh Daily. Mentone Hotel The Piaet Seaside Retreat In Victoria, Ide with overy convenience and comfort fw Visitors ea BRa?hs are at the door. Private Pianic Ground Boating, Fishing Peta Dinne a Funcheons and Plcnics catered f r, TILUaPHON 14 CHBLIUNHAM F. M, SOUDDS, G. MONK, Painter & Paperhanger CHELTENHAM. Ianistlie Pro mptly Attended to Estimates Submitte" John Murphy CAB PROPRIETOR CHELTENHAM Rubber tyred Hansoms, Waggonettes, at lB hours, day or night, )Drage for hire ltnoIo and W...
The Surf-Board Riders of Hawaii. A SPORT WHICH BEATS FLYING [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
The Surf.Board Riders of Hawaii. iA SPORIT WHICIH BEATS FlA.,IN( ' There is only one spot wheloo lhi. f'ausclniaing sport' can )be.e u nilltil ili'l:ilged in at its best,: siys IT. i.,. Shopstlon, in the "VWi?de.Worlt luimanina," uiln that Ii at .i WnItlll ileluch, not fito' hoin IloiiolulI. the uapltal of Hiawlt, , True, y.ttlitept 'liane ieen ml adie to introdur e til .sport Into thlu United .I tutes .;uand other countries, particula;ly In Aus irila,. but ilt'y havo, liivrlahbl, fulled. A few h'feisons agnb riiiitlioi of smrf-hour-ho id iRthiiliists III))III'eI at Atlantic City. They in tii'tll' rodio over the brenkers, but f.IK~:l to imluco tlhe people to tnko i-up tile pastineo firjoiisly. ' Thlon, at *ann ,Frarn licoe, a ltwivaihlan 'youth" wan slocinlly .lirollght frjo.i Illnaoltuli to h telh' Anmerlcicns hiodv to, iduo 'inci: 'the waves, bu !he saoon returned home disgustOd .at the little interest taken in his exploits. 'These failures however, arose from. a varlety of causes...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
, MOORABBIN, Scholars at this school took thleir. part in the celebration of Empire Day on-''hursday, as many parents were otherwise engaged on .the Fri day. Mr F. Blaok, chairmihan of the sohool committee, gave an addroess, Finag drill, sports, afternoon tea, and the presentation of a purse of sover eigns to Miss EllsworPth, were all in. oluded in the day's programme.
OVER THE ALPS. AIRMAN'S DARING FEAT IN A SEA OF CLOUDS OVER SNOW CLAD MOUNTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
OVER THE ALPS. . +-~- AIIIti1AN'S IJARlJlI FEAlIA IN' A iSFA OF OLOQUTD.%dVEli SN(;W Cf1AII MOt$NTAINS. flying at an Ryortige altitude of 7.t1 ft ., and at ii Slit e9d of 70 m~il,,v un hour1, Al. Biolov~ude~, .ahe yoiutt' litisinslai aniituin, on january: 25, 1f111, criset'd :the Alps ftrin ilrgig;u to Doiloulossofa on an 8; it.l. Ifarltrot lilpintifo, 31. . (hnt~le', the I'eruvian irannit, who was, tho first to nake a t rans. Aline flight, .wna.killed on Hei' tctihbor 20i) 1.010, after flying aitove tha iinmlhon Pass, while trying to lattd nt Donmodossola. A hoavy snoweturm i nearly de stroyed the hopes of flieloviteic,'but when the snowfall ceased he huirrled tllt to c.uanfnln ti1o weather condl tltis ton tho lower slopes of the IFintlihg that the windl had dropped Ito mnale up his timind to attempt the flight. 'At eleven o'cloclk Ilelovudce 'jitip. ad into bi s :bt'of car', tnt! hurried toh)ila aerophinoe ihedl' at Jrigger eorg. 1lfore 'ho arrived there the news was telephoncri f...