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FOR AND AGAINST. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

'O?0 AND AGAINST. Jones mnot a frloudl. "I any, Jenkin," he comlmlelir.td, "y'ou i'o jILst the imln I want to sto. You iavO\' kllown no now for five ,yerU's, hiavon't you ?" "Well, I would 'like you to ncco molldato llO with a loaill of llve "Oir?r, hut I cnn't," "WhIy uht ?" "1het1lioe I've known you foz' five yeailrs .I' ',. . , . , L O180 0,

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DRAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

DJIAPRRS. Mrs. Dunean, ChalneL. i, Foreman, Cheltenham. 4ties Shepherd, Tardialoes Mias Neill, Mordj;!ee. Abhott and Mn t~on e Richards and Co. MAbouhne. Mrs. Spoouner, A :~rndate.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

Caudwell's SAW AND ~liuLBIt~N MILLS% n0toane & lordlIallao J. & C. CAUDWELL beg to an. bounce that they have just erected at their Mentone Timber Yard, a thoroughly up.to.date Saw and Moulding Mills, asnd are now proe' pared to do all classes of Planinj Moulliug, Bench and BAND SAWING, etc, at MELBOURNIl PRIOE88. SEND FOR PRICE LISTS, and prove for yourselves that By Purohasing Loally you will nat ouly 1Bneflt your Distriot but will bAVE MONEY at the Same Tiu Furnishing & Builder's Ironmongy7 Ovens Paints 8pouting Oils Ooppers Colore Kidging Glass Tiztware CorruateJiro. Brushware 'Gal, and bhok piping Red GuLr Down Pipos Jarrah Pumps H lrdwood Lime Flooring Cement V atherbonrds Bricks Doors Laths bashes aths Nkouldmga Sinks aLL AT ME~LBOURNB PRIOIE8 PLUMBING WORK Of ·very Dascriptin done ebiher by Tender or Privately, A Lioenel Plumber Constantly Employed, GALVANISED IRON TANKS h SPECIALTY ' J, arid ( CAUDWEL. Have wall stooked Wood, Coal and Coke Depots ASPH...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHIEF CAUSE OF CRIMINALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

rCni oWnP CAUSE bi .1 , ORr[T{ATT Y,.. .....-.1 S BY" PASTORI RUS]sLT , Tuxt: I wasashal'ri in iniquity; ind in sin did my mother conesivo mc.-l'salm 1., 5, He said': Diagnosis is valaile in 'he at tempted cure of any malady, Tli;, ii IM true of sin sickness as of any oth,,i' ci!, ment.'. Theo better we underst.Linl th': origin of sin and the motliodi of its 'op:,'>. tion,' the more nuccessful shall we iv. 'i comlbating it, Our forefathor erred, ev.idontly, ini their decldration of to'tal depravity. Zin of us ever ncit a human boing totally di. prayed-dead to all good influnnca. 1'. periende, howcver, corroborates the Ilitte statement that "Thero is none 1rnutl'.o,, no, not one." All are sinners. ill huinanity were born in a state of sin, wit., mnctlnaiion towards sin. We are not to conclude, however, that God, made 'us sinnoerl for the Bible us sures us that "all IHia work is iec'feoa." The Bible tells us that our flint parents sinnmd, and came under the Divinu an tence of death...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MONTENEGRIN WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

THE IIONTENEGRIN WIFE. r'hllo MTonlt?lngrinal woman isho.s not oI1ly to bo the miothlir olf IIn, hlut the wipe ol atman, Sh, huIl, "to a high-handed u lttshtball, to ot,' who will he mnastir in hisi own hoiiue, W\llt os, sny ti ltho Par'is c'u''Hpo teict of tho "lDoily 'l't:lograph," the story of the woolng of (lordoion, :as told 11 the "lh.ouo IlebIlolntl hnai're." (aordlhnlll was tho b.oautilful dalugh ter of an lnnkeeper, Illr s~titorls were mIany, nlud it wa?sr time for hor to wead. Sho pronilseil to iimakie hor chloiro botw:eon thrco saulors , muil s:umntonoed th:Iu all to horI fatLlier's houso. On tho sa1te aftlernoon or the auie dany, stan?dlng in thle door way, she awaited their comnlag. First lt,wa a youth, ghl(veI tuid 'ravatted, who, durlug a wokoule d at Catturo, had\ nctiredll the el, auncles of ctll.y lifeo, "lxcu!ato e,"'' he isauid, with a plolite olllung of his hat, "wIll you let mo pass " Iuor 'nneo stopped nasidid; but as s?he dl,' *o she m?orm.oard, "'You will it...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COACHBUILDER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

WV, Georgie, Richmoiid.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORDERS FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

OflDE. S Oi T. E L'Y. MrI·. Hlellp~ck : "1~Ja s \ifo , loilni Mn?. Iellepck: "'Do you kmiow it 1 Mu goinltg with hoer ?" A. advortiseoment app?earing onoe nl '"Tho Neows" p?oake to over 2000 peo·. pie every week.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

CARTETIS. W.' Dougih~rty, ClieIweag S. Crawford, Chlteilham.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Terribly Tempted A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

Terribly Tempted A SERIAL STQRV BY ANNABEL GRAY. OHAIPTER XVI (Continued.) "Noyer to meet more, While day follows day; Never to kiss more till our lips are ola?y, OI my darling-mny lost darling Say farewell, and-gol" Ie dre# his hand over his eyes, whiok suddenly filled with tears. The words of tha song rang in hil ears, they haunted his inomnory like ghosts waiting to be "laid," He must ever regret this woman who had given him a sort of worship. Money must be Iound at all hanards. Baccarat, horse raoing, too-all had failed him. The world was still the gad'of his idolatry; he liked stylish society, dances, din ners, intrigues with great ladies-in a cord-fashion, and its lholow mockery, The soul of this man was so small, lhe was so detestable a 'mixture df vanitl and selislhness-that though not whol ly destitute of some. good pointa trifles ruled him, The smile of a professional boauty, notice from a prince, dlub-soanda's, oompliments from some dancer or si ren in opera-biouffe, a li...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DENTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

* DENTJWS.S 0. Rattrny, CIhelton~am1. 71. T~nue, Mntontd . I J, 11. Cromuivell, CbeIliea.,

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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"MONKEY LANGUAGES." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

"MONKEY LANGUAGES." A ,c!tisll survdyor, MIr. Jlams -tow, r t, who has Just retuot ll~llo after tlrceo years' travel in Irlltl'iu. ld tihe UIppllor £olgo, b?ilover that riony of. tho nutios .e ,a . almost. ll?eak nmonkloy langurago; Jleferrlg., to hil carriorlers, Mr. Sto-e wart said, ..in an lltorViewo ' ' 'l'hoey were Very folnd of monkey,.l*h?il. .~s we approimched the muim 4:t! the . na* wolip~s (vlil .biif;i~l 'tlio? ii'ltllirg? ', t i il fives tvo,,il uilf, their Iiddl(eiie and sit qluiet, vwhile the liorst *.arlrrirsina would holdl a gulll so tllIt ho citulhl have a good alla. "A n a rule, he would lhring t lowl' on1 of thle lonorkeys 1i with lsl1urelr, and, as soon asH the result mrf I hr rlhot wins seon, ot01i 0 lt o ll the ml i wouldl jilti overbonlrd andi wilil tit the bodrly, Irlngingl it hacl( to tlhm boat inl groat glooe. "I in. convlliceol tlint inoit cF tluhe? ioen kinw tlie umoioikey hin guage, if there i sullh i a thling, fcip their c nilldlllct prl'vedi it. [loro ...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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CONFECTIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

CONFECTIONRRB. Mrs. Hayes, Mieniton. , Peterson, Mciitone. E. Rippon, Cheltonham.. [rs. Walker, Clhelseo. Mrs. Thompson, Cheltenrha.

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BLACKSMITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

11. J. Mitohull, Molntone,

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BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

IIOQTS. :, ' J. rMa~ttlohe, Chelt~onhrm. 0s. KoIrhoviil, Aslcndalo. J. S Gilnioiur, Mordialloo, -- Sdliv~an, Mon'01tone.

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BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

)IUTCOIERS. J. W. Perrin, Chelsea, . .C. Bum inteud, HIeuthorton, J. Webb, Mordiulloc. A, Poynton, Murdinllou . Pajoe B1ro ., Menitona. II. Hewett, Cheltenham, J. ]eazley, Cheltelham. A, Marks, Carrum,. M. I6. Ward, Carrinm.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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BUILDERS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

BallJ~uliltS, to.' J, Il. Jofferson, Brighton, \ry. M.Z Billingis,·intrum. WV, Grundy, Men ton.e J. Williamson, (Chelsea. W. Adinam, Mordialloc. ,', H. Powell, Chelken. G, and A. Coates, Chelsea C. Brain, hilsen! i N. Dowuton, Axplen~ule. A. Jago, Chalsene.,' Q,.R. IU1edherg, Rigton North. J. R. Valentine, Beoamuris, J. W. Jones and Sonx, Mentono.

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EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATION AT CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

C*.ltI23RA'I IO.N AT C}I1IIPEN HAM, ': Hcill , ,laiii of it '-J,'i ,] I tO. :t( C',c. -li 1,II1 ·, ", : \,'I ~ ~ rg t vice slitbi as litheld in the ,, ' , :'i-,: ,' H ,,Il;lf rs' n t m orial I-nst 1lad i~cllt\< 8 gear tic e*i ii'e sO! i. I cith i. isted ,i Inie , f, . ti'e ,ld "U"' cotouIny, o: , Vii , i.,i' , ng rr, tw .ie Ati ii:id i.ifalers of the .vemen ct, the wi'. te of thei atraigemnent. bedig wdl iar.ied unt, . The Cheltenh'i,,i B'ass lland assembhled near the .stion, and were. j ihied by qni. fin imed iilvinlieis of the club anu ;o'ls loidges. 'lhe processio theze i<,: mied, and mat Iched down Charman RLad,lcd by ird Li?e!utenant Makelh, Upon anrival at the monument places were .ioloef tar represenuia ives of thetimiltary fOrcecs, anti .nllhels of lcld ', 'g l'ztide of hl;ee. was giveu to abotlta dozn old \?cteraus of the army and navy \iu'ar)'ivL.l pld motoUoar tfromI the i;clkLc\'iet. Ach? im. A teum.uraly a it llnl had been ci eeted wlathi 1i e eail...

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MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

MhiORJI1A I1OC. There was an attend?~ce of about 400 sclho.ars and parents at ihi. school, the head teacher (Mr T, McN. Millar) had prepared a capital programme for the occasion, the chief item being displayed drill 'Iy the children, choruses, the bui!din?g of thd Union Jack by the eightt, grade, which was carried out by girls in character costume, roere:ent ing typical costumes of Englacd, Scotland, and Ireland, and other parts of the Empire, one especoially good item was the singing of the hymn "Empire," thebo composer of whichwas Sir A. Cunanl Doyle, w.ich received hearty applause A?ddresses were given by Revs Hugh Jones, and A. H, Horton, also Cr White aud Groves. After the dis. tributionof bags containing fruit and luliies, a halt holiday was granted, The proceedings were continued at night, when a free pieture show was provided at the Mechanics' whioh was largely attetded. Some very fine piotures were shown cesctiptive of many of the outp.sts of the Empire, which were an educa...

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MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

MBN TON&. At the above- school on Friday last; the ctlehraffons~as usual in conutci; a ih E?Empire'Day ·pere very fuccessful.. T'he attendance ol children with their parents at( friends .vas very lIrge and ti thusias'ic. Thiechildren ;nder the coduclorbhip of the Heal Teacher (Mr Townseud, went •through i, v'ery pretly series of marchle, whilst the saluting of the flag was , most 'effective featqre, Several patriotic songs were rendered in a first c'ass s~ le, which taturally inr eluded the N~ionai Anthem, Ruk Britinna etc; Addresses were give, byl Revs leitt ane d G. W. Kelli an .Cr Scudds. The theme ot .heir sOj etwas Empire, it's re. sponsibihlies, and obligations. Th, omatter was pu. in a very plain la'iguag, e;asily uuderstat dable by all persons.. Cr Scudds dwelliw more on the neces.ity of arents tx. hibiting loyalty to their childitun': schcol. Before dispersing the scholars were regaled with refresh ments on a generous scale pro\i led through the instrumentality of t...

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How Dogs are Trained for War. RESCUING WOUNDED SOLDIERS ON THE BATTLE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914

How Dogs are Trained for War. * ---4-- It:lUSUINU WOUNI.'i. S()8I, DIERS ON TIlE ilATTIE. 'T11 fict t hat Major Richardson, IloailS ui s ai traineor of dogs for vhe spcrilul servIces as pollico, se . Ify. an:lI alilllouhllan e work, hlas just rt, l?rlned fr'um the Illulknn., wher?, he ha e Ihn studying the curoinlitlons trnder whih dogs tnny le furthi'r I ilised in modlern warfare, calls tiat ent luln to the value of ealnnlIne hellp in the battleloldl,- particularly iii ounocltlon with Rod Cros' work. A\s a Illmatter of fact, .no fewer hait OUO dogs took part inl tihe ibllin campaign in Tripoll , hun ir'sd of wounded men who mlighL I h'rwise have Iboon loft to thoelr ::o lelig found by the .nnimals 'i titlly r'escued: o'L' quote Major 'ilnrl~dson, "No matter how keenly ibuhlince i'orps maly search tihe lhd Iter an engagement, a I dog is tu i.i'ior i wiirklnig Its way uiito un Sxeiotold places antd ldiscoveiing tho wuiiied, iii. Its sight i kc?eoir tilan iann's, and thlereo is thle a...

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