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BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
BENTLEIGH. ,,, ? ' ',' , _ _ , .·.·.. . . . i, The three municipal repieseutativeP of tho north tiding of Moolnabbic Shire, Crs Smith, Marriott and Burgess all ga?,brief addresses to the children uand parents assombled on Friday last. 1he customary dis play of flag drill was carried out effectively by the acholars, under the guidance of ,'lr M!cAlico, (the head teacher) and his stal. Appreciative comments were passed by those priviloged to see the childron jn their activities, "The usual hal fholiday was granted.
WHAT IT COSTS TO SHOOT BIG GAME [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
WHAT IT COSTS TO .sBOOT BIG GAMDf, New Zealaud has its deer-shooting the Northern ''erritory offers som - thing in the way of buffalo; and the e are varinos kaugaroo-huntlg. gro inds in New South Wales: but for the mo:t pa t Austrabsia has little to present in the nature of big. gama shooting. Therefore, an artile on the cost of making an excursion into the iiearest big-game oountry that ii, Africa-- and the method and procedure on arriving there, will be of interest to those of our readec whose ambitions lie in that dii eatior1 Su'" an article appears ila Juab issue of 'Life," just to hand, and it is, also of intere't t.. general readers for it di.oribes the picturesque a pects of the country, and the pro. sj acts that lie in It for th trader and the hunter. The author of the article-wh'cb is the first of the three ---is Mir (. I. rc hev . Russell,' a' well-knowp i Adelaile wcanu'who put in three stenuons and exciting years in maid.Af:kii', His photographs are exccllent. In the sai...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
MORDIAILLOC. At tile oonob?iou of sohool busi ness at the State sohool yesterday, the soholars were assembled for tile purpose of taking part in a presenta tion to Mliss Stella Grilltlhs, who has ooupied a position as junior toaohur for the past six yoears, and is shortly to be married. An original idoe was carried out iu counootiou witIh tho presentation, which took the form of a very handsome silver tea and cokee service, suit bly insoribod. The scholars subsoribed for the tea pu, ana Jug, aiss CTriffthts' phy sical cnlture olaaa provided the sugar basin, the teachers thle coffee pot, whilst Mr and Mrs Millar ooumpleted the outfit with a very fine salver. The result of this cambiuation of efforts was that a complete, splendid oruamental and usoful gift resulted,. During the course of making the preaontation, Mvr Millari referred to the good work carried out by M'isA Griffitlh during her appointmenut, more patt'oularly in the 'physicali culture work. lieo poke in compli. mentauy te...
PLUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
PLUMBERS. F. Pain, Mordialloo, j PJIOTOGRAPHIER. T. Yullie, Chel[en PRINTERS. "Nsw&'t Oice, Cheltenham. Tel. Cheltenhanm, 21, POULTRY, JI Anderson, Mordiallo.I PICTURE S1OWSG, May's, Mordialloc, Wilde, Checenhaw SADDLERS. R. Maxwell Chieltenhiam, F. WY. Iluiter, Chlsies. TAILORS, J. Tainah, Mordialtloi. D. Ewon, City and Chelsea. A. Rankin, Mentono and City. 1. Romzaii, IFit'irov nnd Chelsea. E. Hammond, Cheltenham, IJND'PAKli ERS. Ahte Hros., Cheltonhlnrm, P. Powell, Sanmdriigha.m. J. J. Fiswer, Cholltolnam, J. and C. Caiudwell, MIontono. GENERAL. · Chanf Woi~kli-J. L. Smitl, Boutleigh Motora-Motor Ga rage, Cheltonham. Pigs-Oir'ifithms, Cheltouhmanh. Sawi Mills-J. and C,. Caudwll, Melhtoime. Tomnto SalnCo-Tonfi Sunith's.
Municipal Elections. MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
iViunicipal Elections. MIOOR BBIN. Retiremnont of Cr ,ciall, Cr Sinnll has definitely deoiidod not to ofier hiuinmel for ridaoloction for tlie Wo..t Riding, at the Augutit alrotns, F .s ':i'9 ''ne psdt hhi'os •anyu f, ii ?s Lnta : advisd . ! ia. o;a San 3..cot asuionf It rela. :lhi enOrgiids ;insi:eorally. 0 ( top, of this, his kloct}t ¶as eveot.tnilily Uen ompolled h,?s bl" vi ? pres,?yiv; r', ; t,,i petioid, hi iii' i tit b c ii live to rttpiyears :wi.lie, and :given full | ooniidei:ation ti) he t wants, and diuvollopumet of.t?he shird as a whole, His plaho will befdilfBoult to fill, M Jr C.:H.:Round liia- beeri unpproaohed, witH.. a view of offerilig his servioes, but has:deolined the proffdred honor, IH. 3. BGraceia' likely to bo a cauncidato t Other names usantionil.l ,nr Mr H, A-nstee and Mr J.. D., \ieaiy, JP,, . * , ' h.. . .AST DIUNO, . . . At the last medting. of 'tho Mord. ia!loo Progress Assooiation, held on .Jonday night, a resolution was adopted,'asking Mr J, Macathney...
INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
INSURANCE, National Mutual, Melbourne. Phoenix Co., Melbouiae. Guardian Co., Melbourne. JEWELLFER3. S. Bennett, Chelteuham. LEGAL. R. Greene, Cheltenham. F!. C. Price, Mentone. T'. Bokhouse, City. LItVIC~Y .STLABLES:. .J. A. Fletobuer."Aspdnduae. .T. M'urplh. Cleltreuhlm. P. Kane, Aspondiie, MEDICA L. Cl( 'nant ' Tonia, Fydney. " idla tio, Melbourno. MII4LK. J. Henderson, Chelsoe. A. E. Opie, Clihlsen. A. T. Follett, Mentone. Mrs', ~llartleth, Ch41sen. NlE8WS AGlEN'(8, - Comber, Montone. *I, \f 'PERS. I 0. Monlk, Clheltenham, 305 Mills, II. E., Samdringhu m. .174 Moiuhlm ii, Thos., Mordiailloo, 220; Moody, M1, A. C., Clheltonhlm. 2l "Moorabbin Newa," Chel tenham 22 Mooriihbin Shiro, Ilull, Moorbn, 1.68 Moorhouiso, Hey, T., Cholt. 01( Moroy, Johni, Checlteanhm, 184J Morino, E., Cnrnim, 2.111 Motor Giirago, Uhulteulrnm, 154 Munro, W., $anidriughua ., 221 urh)Iy, J,,· Clhelteiihau, . 108 NMiirriiy, S., S8niidiuingham. .20 Muneoll, C. J., Monlono. 142 (8 riugs), Mudgo, A. H., Carrumn. (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
1F. J. Ne wt~on, House and Estate Agent; Mordialoc Phone Id1 CieIt. Moorabbin Go.Operative Society LIMIT#E Largest Stores in the Districf, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phcne, i8 Chelt, Cesh prices lowest in the trade. Cash bonus paid on all your purchases halfiyearly. Call and get parntculars. Beat White Sugar, 2ld per lb, as fd doz Btr:. 1So test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 3S izd tin. Best Bago, Tapioca, ad lb, is gd doz. Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, aid lb, 2a 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauce Sd, 49 gd doz, Flour, 25lbR paper, 23 7id, Solb5 5s s31, 251bs calico, 2s 91, Solbs 55 Sd Our own Bpecial Blend Teas, ar, Is 3d, le 61 Lowest Market Rree for Bran, Pollhtli Cbi4ff, O 4 Wh:a, i l, Barley Mola, Pjameal. &lt;ranning, Peas (Dun ann Yo kshtre H-erosi, Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cae Barley, and a I or her produce. ROSE BROS., k·FURNISHINO UNDERTAKEBRS..BI OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Funerals Conducted in any part of the District. Coaches Sup il i T...
FRUITERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
FRUITGtlRS, S. Stpphens, Mentoae, J. R. Bond, Chelsea,, C. Chapman, Cheltenhai.m GIRODE:RS. W IS. n no~ Co-operative Stores, Oheltenham. W. J. Foreman, Cheltenham. Thompson and Co., Cheltenham. Abbott and Mason, Mentone. Reynohis Bros., Moorabbin. .1. M. Gilmour, Mordailloc, Mrs. Woods, Ilighett. Kerr and Qibbias, Aspendale. P. Shepherd, Aspendale. Mrs. Ewins, Aspondale. Service and Elliott, Brighton. F, J. Jones, Chelsea. F. Bishop, Chelsea, State Stores, Chelsea. IIAIRDREH1*I.RS. W. Dorney, Chelsea. C. Bennett1 Cheltenhanm. IIOTEUS. F. M. Seudda, Montone. M. Hill, Mordialloe. J.! M'La arls
TELEPHONE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
'TLEPII10Nb uUIDE ~c9·--+- 00 Abbott & Mason, Mentone. c 10 Aldu6k,. 1., Ileaualaris. 1. Allondalo Stud Farm, . Mentone. j 08 Alnutt, U, '1T., Cheltonham. J 02 Amucs, 1. hl, Clheltonlhamn . 58 B3aldcrstonc, J. T., Montone. 80 ilallantyno, J. M., Mordialloc. J 48 Barnett, \V , l Moorabbin. ( !40 Baxondali, A., Mordittlo. !3L lliaingon, 8, ,Mordimllou. 6 Beauumris I lotel, kaiunuaris, [57 Beavis, (. HT, Mioorablinu.. [55 Bonaliy, J., Cheltonham. j 110 Bock, J. 'T. 1)., Black Rock,. 19(1 . Beok, Vie., Black Rock, Ill Benovelent Asylum, Clhelt, 184Y Billings, W. M., Carrumn, 100 Bingli, Mrs. Ii, C., Sandring'm. .D1M Bishop,, F. C., Chelsea, 183 Black, A. IH., Sandriughamn. L78 Blannin, A. L., Blnak Rock. 177 1lcncowe, J. R,, Montone. 108 llyth, Mrs. BE,.1"., Sandringham 224 Bradahaw, IX H., Mentone. 10 Bridge Hlotel, Mordialloo. 0? Brigidine Convent, Mentone, 171 Brown, W. J, C., Sandringhamn. 230 nuohan, R.,, Mentono. 01J Burrows, R. Mf,, Carram., 28 Butler, J., Cheltenham. 230...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND 'FA.NCY GOODS' RIPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. . Every :irticl? at City prices Circulating Library, Latest Books.. I*ioensed to sell stftups S for all bes tmakes of Pi.. Expert advice, FOR SALE, PRIME Snekers and Slips. GIR·FIH Argas at, nad Moorbbin rd, Chelten. haute SIREWOOD.-2tt fimwvood, dry, and Sounid, lus per track. M, O±viants, k'Franislon. PIlAETON and PONY, small, powerful Iiund, l'ony goos in any harness Owner leaving Southern Viettria, '1'he Vicarage, Montone, Tel, Cheltt 23 AFEW BAGS of prime Seed Poltatoesb " ''rarlgtare," W, s, Smilay, Mon. tone HORSE MANURE, large quantity, CHeap Murphy's Livery .tnhles, Cheltenham~ FAST showay Pony alodol), no further use Osoar Unitoy, Caurnunm H OR E aid CET'TLREUuIS ftu 6 Tarplaulius Rubber Coats, any quhlity, any price nave Ss in the ,, and buy from the DM[arket Gardoenrs' Associa. tion ORSE. nine years, waiking baker'u 1aggon, active, shapely, mare...
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
MENTONE. Porter I)ewenap lIa. beeoon trans. ferred to Boort, whilst Mr F, Steow art, a local favorite amongsa b railway passengers, has booeen r moved prom Cheltenham to the vaca.o ., The half-yeadrly issue of railway time tables by Mr W. S. Smiley, is now 'available to residents, free of charge upon application. The Mordialloo band inteod..play ing at Soudds' to-morrow afteornoon. At. the meting of the Literary GIuild li tihe Presbyterian Church, on WedneiidY, 3M J, IF. Crowther, of Ialvern, held tho attention of the caudience for'( over two hIours, while hegave !i recitl of D)ickens' famious.c "Christnmas Cuarol." Mr. Crowthller )poLtrayed the various characters is a masterly mannler, seeming to make old, Scrooge, Little Tin, Lnd otheri'd live again to his liteners. I'n mov alga vote ofl thanks, dr, Ashlhy alnd Mr.. Leilgh l;oioth ongratulated lr., Crowtherr'who, it wits stated, was a past-mlastei in portraying human character, and in elaborating the characters Dickens used, No do...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
CELTEiNHAN, AL the p; ',e tott. n ?fl:edes day, fiues rf 2U0 wte retcol'td ag.ioat the ih oIling indivddhl.l for :ot lhili ig thlit ceildreir vn.ciaxl atcd--E. J, CGreen, R, W, Dbight, E. Warburton, B, 8, larnio. SA. somewhat se:ious acoident hiap pened to Mr W, luc:k, Point Nopean road, on 'T'huasra afterudon, lie had been engaged in gathering up. duttinga aftei ir iubbing operations, when a horse he was d'iving, which wnas rather fresh, xiado a jump for ward. M' Tueck tripped at the ori tical moment. One wheel of -hhe wa.on pas~d over his log near the aunkle.. The bone\ was broken; he.is pirogressing as satisfactorily as could bo exprtcel under the circumstancos. The new\ly.. reuishtuct ~d prehiioses of Mr V P, Fairim tn i'ooeived's?r. iona damago last Ssti1rday, when a larie plate glass window was broken A hors' harnessed to a dray backed under the yeuiand.h and .smnshed t?he window to pieces ..:Fortunately it was insured. Mr A. King was the purchaser of the late Mr T. A. Edwards...
CARRUM AND CHELSEA v MOORABBIN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
CAURUM AND CBHEt1EA v MOORABBIN PARK, The fit?at mentioned, and a few supportere jmurneyed to Moorabbin, last Saturday, with the hope of adding another quartette of points to their meagre total on the premier ship list to date They wore success f`l. The hearers of the Royal blue oolor were not 'equal to upholding the regal spirit of the day, Empire Day, but the vice-regaloolors (Blue and Gold) couquerod the foe, even although they only ruled over two "C's". As behoves the true back. bone of the Empire, the tubular agriculturalists were ready for the fray on time, eager and anxious to engage ii combat. Their allies, who hail frori the village by the sea, where many people dwelleth, (in summer,) assisted greatly in the victory, Moorabbin Park may be likened to the luscious vegetables whioh grow in their distriot soarce and late. It was with dilliculty they got a team together, that fact causing great delay in getting the game go ing. Muloahy is, we understanl., numpiring on thetother ...
The Matches. GARDENVALE v CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
The Matches. GARDENVALE'v ORELTENHAM The mueoting of the above clubs took place atGardenvale on Satur day last. The weather condition: were perfect for outdoor sport, es pecially from the onlookers' point of view, as for the ground, perhaps the less said the better, it is far from being up.to.date, is very rough in places, and minus any sort of con= venience for changing clothes or preparing for the game, Before commencing both teams professed themselves confident of being able to win. The teams wore as follows, Gardenvale, Kenley (o), D. Kenl6y Meyer, Hannigan, Wilkin, Fooke, Gymoer, Cole, Hoare, Wall, Mallett, Whitworth, Beale, Vine, Gardiaer, Bianuister, Gale. Cheltonham, Smith (o), Hands, Bodley, Llewitt, Davis 2, Grogan, Harriss, Whitehead, Foreman,? Bins Taylor, 'Carson, Penny, Corbet! I? rhber, Hutohiiinon, Teagle. . ' Oholteonhan were the itht to make plny, and hidlsevenal r6snltlet.s .tys for goal mostly fiom the inok bel',re play was transferred to the o:hlor end, principa...
Tests Prove Coffee is Beneficial. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
Tests Prove Coffee is Beneficial, -? ÷ ---- ilTho l)0partmlnllt of P1sychology ni ('llumhia University hus proved ,by a oihes, of actual experihllonts'that the popular hollif in tho benr;it of coulYoo at brolakfast is well foullded, sixtoon persolls of hboth sexes alnd of dlforent agos woreo formed l'itt two llunads. The lnbllOberl of the Irslt, called tho "ctiYeino squad," re veood o\6ver'y lay 'fromn one to six grains of caleineo in capuleus (a cup of ordinarily strong .coilou contains aboilt two grains). 'i't. ijoihomlrs of tho seccond, or contirol slullill,' r1e (olvsel, cuules conitainingt non Rtihulating lugar of . ilk, or fiit 1'yri)s similatr intaiste and appeat onc to the caTolne solutJoil, S~o that; dulring the tests.nd iporson in it lher. squad lniov wmhether Ih. or sheu was recoleving "eaiff diii oi",nt On certain days the cafloine squad rrecolved control dloses--that is, sub stltutes for .coiloe, andt on someo days no dosoe whiatever, the elabo rato system by whilh tho ...
DRESSMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
DRE*SS" AKERS. ESTATE AGE'NTS. ·3. TessingI C04t)e,, W. P. Fairlino. hloltonhan. Small tuid Edwordsl, Medot~ne. D. White, Mordinfloe. F. J. Newton, MordiaIoo. W. E. Looker, Monton., R. W. Wiltoni, Aspoiidate. M. S. Lannian, Mentoine. Callaghan and Co., City. S. J, Cook, Chelsen. W. A. Towler, Chelsea. Clirke and Sons, Dandenong.