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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
H. HEWETT Family Butcher, Nepean Bead Oheltenham, Clemainos and rprompintae ,nsuree ye . tlsfsction, Tel fl HAY, CoRN AND GlaN Ar, PRoDuvcE STons. M. L. WOOD, Urocery and Provision Merchant, ... HI( HETT... Agent for Finest Blended Teas and Ooffoea, Telephone 58 Chelt. S. J COOK Chelsea's Oldest First in the Field, First la Business, Office right opposite the Railway Gates, Chelsea. Homes, Blocks and Houses for Sale or To Let, W. ADAMS, G&RINTKR, JOINER & BUILDIR MORDIA.LLO. Jobbng Work attended to, Teatsha Blinds made and repaired, HBeae, Bungalow. and Roome Built _ ,w - 1? ' - .. .. m " -- ==- A. JAGO Builder and Contractor, rrankaton Road, CH]LS A, Plans prepared and estimates submitted, SMetal shop frote a sapeciallty -." J, .R. Bond, Thl COhelaa Fruit Mart, rb fhrult and Ve~getable in season always on hand Opposite Statiost, Chelsea. Mr D. Romain 3'0) Smith Street, Fitzroy, and Ti Toorak Road, South Yarra, High-class Ladies' aid Gent's Tailor. Ladies' costumes a...
ABERFELDIE POULTRY FARM Mr. W. W. SCOTT AT CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
AitaRFELDIE POULTRY FARM Mr.. W, 'W. SCOTT AT O(IELTENHAM1 -. , By "lIotspur.;": .In tile south suburban radius, stretch. nlug from Uaulfleld, through Ormondi Chloltonham and Mentoine, and away on to Mordialloe, there are sooros of 'poultry farms dotted over the area. Many poultry plants are run in con. noertiton with. orchards and gardens while not a few are devoted entirely to egg farming, HIere and there we fn!!l stud poultry farms, the owners breeding fine specimens of the useful breeoods of standurdi type, suitable either for the fancier or farmer. Recently I motoredl with some friends to the Abor feldie poultry fhrlm, owned by Mr. W. W, Scott, A visit to the Aborfoldio farm is partlicularly interesting at this period, for now we find all the young stock bred during the past season com. ing to maturity and in full plumage. The flarm is' located about one mile from the Choltonhamn railway station, and stands on a picturesquo spot sur. rounded by hedges, We follow the tolei phone...
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
BOWLS 1 In the-first round .of the ERlc njnndl tournerrnt plaved last' Satlrday, two Mnrdialloc teams weret: beaten, liz., Cnudwell's and Mlillr's D) Seantlebury (Men. t mne) yas .1.o 'efeated. Further games are to h' played to-Cay. Th? official op nine of the new f.d.itions to the '.,one pavilion i4 to ak. Ilae, on f .\i.l.ay, June 8 h "ha.t abaut that three.color job you weore thlnk'ng about? DTn't run away' with the Idea the local oillco can't. do it, Give us the chance, You'll save money by asking "The News" to feud, a representative to you,
HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
HiARRIIERS. . -. Q~. i. Clidt'n Hill, Cheltenharm ,and Oitli li0,. and ]Essendon all corro biil i. Kew I~ ei Ist ?atu daid from ;', e j',no d,.filre mile irun ?a?n led, i'iel:.!rH'k foliooiwed thoe papers over n-?',r., i, if ? m n,lnho ro - plnnlni, nnkingf fn,, e .h Kewv oomotery, wi here t ,y 'lii ·i '.".f rf ' ll e mile and ia b',nir ",, Thmisj Iher pr~rm mq; ,, lisu StylI, per haps it ,?i. . he' ti.longht f tho. ref zslm'etil.e ntthe other end whlch .,add' theom do se, The- first man hotnim'wo 1w1·; . i ;of Ceau'tihl Il),l; --o.AtAluy wn? ' liii-:: thefirst, home for Ie ?l -'eh]nh. hFr. hi,. ,Lbouti h:Lh ii . Ilbi eowl.- 'C. \VWlson. so on,, beig oeveunth in,a nd I. Klitklirlr rhibi, being cleso tc, \\ilo,'s he., I: Iizzoie Rashleidh our five nileb O In'r hles givur up liriniri, we holieve he is obolt to be married. Next Sltuudry the ol'd eerts at co.rner' of Elizabelh and ,irdov?l Sve~ot, to go to Coburg,
SPORTING. RIFLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
SPORTING. RIFLE NOTES C'lheltenhanmi nemnber have been itoahle for ~a 1ol g timrue to ninke use of ihe Lei ?prIe n rolng, oiung to exteimivP nhle11iows bhing made thbre. JIth.,s now been drecided that il be . ltf, for thi " ~c o hell " rilopli "ould ,iot b? longer pot.poned hle ui??t at Porti hMelboaine shell be' rTniled oft 'Tie 'mitch therdfore conmleiOes to.day, and will be coc,; tinned the :tivo !llowing .Stur days, Every nember is expeoted to take part.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
"i "~ 'r "· |~ ., .¢? °-. . ?;.?~' . . . . '. ' LONDON'S GREAT PARK at" ?SPENDALE. .· · ..o.~~.· ,. .• , REGENTS PARK EST TE. '9r The~~~; Prme u riiin Within three mnutes3 of Station and Beach with "rightQfay to th e ;sea, facing ceatre .o1 thz Estate See the Great Improvements now being made on the Estate. The vendors intend this to be ','"' . , . . · ~ : 'ks'~i~. . SThe Giar)den, City of As· p enda le - . ... .TeeM giietBlocks Will command big pto, tsin .the near- future . i " -' : . . . 9"1. .**. .• / . As the Vendors Intend to -advanie the rice of all blocks raining after Improvem?ets are completd £5~~ Deost Baac toFvYas RW, WILTON Sole Agent. ,,9' R esiding ,,'on the Estate. Call owrite. .9. 1. 1:: ' ". ::- "": .,:~, :~.; :': .?: ?'a . ·i:?V, • i ' " . ... ". -' " : ' " ' ?:" '?::?!':€?? " ,..:,: . ,! ., - : ' -:., . ?) ''?·'b :? . ... . " - " ' " " , " " ' . " " :" ? ??·: ',' " ' . ' ... . You do us ai nirltenilQn" injury byloaning your C, 'P7 of " The News'~ It only costs One...
HATCHING DUCK EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
-HATCHING DUCK 0GGS, In order to have duoklings ready in time to participate in the high prices procurabhle during the spriang months early hatching is, of cowse, necessary. If there are n broondy hens, which often hnpl e ,s, then, an incubator mnust le employed Fori some reaoni, howe~.r tlh 11nttral 1 method of batching is pre r .l e and when.ver Flhrnilh' he t crn he obtained, she shr uld he used rathr that a machine. When an i en bator is n d it req:i, r,, v .. wolk.d at a lihtiy lower tlriu or tun" 'hn" in th. ~R~Ir of lusi' eggs TCI ,l-dsirawh t;in a tk mIiwhie " o'ild be maintained st 102 leg, and that of ,, h't air ,, .ch, '- at 103. 'Plenty of moisture must he supplied to the eggs, otherwise the two thin 'sl ins next to. ilw:c hel) become thick did itoi:h, c*,,ium tonsiderable difficulty to ihe du k. ling to pierce, ebpccially »?H ii, t i 1 is quite sott and blunt. It is a g8 o plan to damp them with auw.i c o I once a day during the first tlire, weeks of incubation,. This s...
CHOOSING A BROODER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
4QIO SING: A, OrODE~R. In solecting a bri6er, pr~foierence shonld begiven to:thoe.,makes that p;ovwde three compartmens, ' fugh the twocompartment typa proves successful duiing the latker pi't of the ~eo.so' ,f terrusing pr .c'i.'?ty' evely form of individual outdoor brooder, I have come to the conclu sion that there is very little t, choose between the hot-air and tte hot. wat'erpipes. Perhaps if thtre is any difference it is that the former maintains rathet a higher tempera ture In very cold weather; but on the other hand, the latter is less subject to sudden changes in atmospheric heat. I have madea practice dur. ing many seasons of rearing chi:k easin bot-air machines for the first two or three weeks, then removing them to a tank brooder. I have found in practice that the best re suits are obtained in a three-cornm partment machine with a very high ·temperature in the warmest palt.
POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
POULTR? NOTES (By 1GGHO1RN) R 114I:5 TO Cil REuPO1')NI)6Ni " Amteti"~-' ctoannot reoom meni auy .piihblar mnte of Broider in theie c~lnm'is. Slzdia Runn r" --Information regarding your query is piblished in this issue. 'kg * g Mr D, S,: tI'~a1'iJ on who conduicts the Hawkes'ury egg-layi ig com petitions, s.ys hatt cutup liverused to be fed to the fwls at differelt times of the day, Hnd by ite:f, in the earlier competitions, It has now beenfound that by minciug the liver into a fin mueal it can e~ily be mixed with the morning mash. In this form it adds a zest to the food that thehens greatly appreo. iatr, Mr Thompson adds that the lay ing lests have demonstrated the ab. slltle necCLSl.y of furnishing r-een f?ol, and the beit of this ia un douhte Ily ]u.:eie, .
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. 'The ordinary meeting wnas held nat Moornbbin on Tnesdny night, but, on accotnt of the bad weather there wit. only a small attondnnce of delegateos An appliention w'ts received from (. 1, Fox, for the position of field unm pire, iwhlich wis held over forlifter onisideiration. Unpilne Riach re, por ted tRyan, of Moorabbin, and Bin cder,i oe Bliaie Riock, for rough play) thile Black Rockl dub alsd reported Bcudds and Dawson, of Mooranbbin, Thesei reports will be dealt with. at thei next iieeting of delegates.. It Wfl, det!ideild thlat Miimn's umpirhng liI ad proved insatis?factoriy, and Ithat lhe should not boe :further engaged, One or t wo of, the other utiimipie were unfatvourably.$ reported oj!, bat they are to'lbe given a fai'thler t:ial, Owing to fUrilihr' iiformnationii cominilg in, it was decided to reconsidet repoit oil the IHeathei'tonI and Currum match at next meeting. , 'Mr, J, C, IToqdii gaeve notice of. me tion to alter rule 2(i,. by ndding the words,...
LATE FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
LATEI FOOTBALL At a committee 'mueting of the Cheittnhami club held on 1Yodnesday last, itE was decided to ereot seatB around the playing enclosure, so that lady football followers can now l(0k for ward to viewi ing, the matches is a more conifostable wannmer, */* * Cheltenhiam Juniois are requested to be on the ground at 2.46 p.m. Ahup, to day to elect a oaptaih owing to the iesignation of W. Smith. Attention is diuecteito the ad. veirtieineet sppeaniag in- thik issue in referance to the' Cheltenharn 1 ootball Club'k. dance to be held on Thursday, 11lth June. Caustticiwznemit has been ex pie' d at the netion cf the associa· tolionin dsmiaing umpihes reports oln mletely technical reints. Rough ploay twu~tie jut down, delegates practic 1 &ay, when no actioaotvs SiiWe~"'WV have nao contfidence in y ou". 'flo teatna for uthe Ubeltenham Jutiors, to-day, will be selected from the followiug:-Mains, Coleman, Bodley, Carson, Wiff, Nuttall, Penny, Jones, Davia i 2), Murray (2) Forema...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
Football Notes. The match behtweerm i utne and Sheltenbrnam to-day at Mentone, should be intec sting, as the MIentome club is oi deavorimle to par.t in its strongaest 18 iagin t tthe v'isitors, \Imlpone olf hCli n.b,,;,. i,-Iityl ,md da.ce tr nigh', ad Ilhu,.. that 'V.vi mm leg mIm't oc ii Ii id, wi~l An,?, t',. iv ,? end l? ",, b:y'? rolling, ml ' d . hr " '' Rerrea. tiin !larll. * * 0 , If Menlono players conld ornly get 'og'ther for we~,knirhc t aininq tlhey wrinimi rive ma mu+ hetter nacount of themmnelv . , 1 'o tcIln' , nios t ,f the teanm are mnoumoe inm the city r, um?, tlhe we.r, cnwlcan't 'nprem tinome f,m I ining, ift e: woln, ' ,ioec Woooddmnl- cqulId soo' tae o tle f. It *: 11'.
MORDIALLOC GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
1OhOR)TALILOC QOTI L»CBIfT Owinp tn Birong iclense in mfm-ni Io'?lhip additionR '?tp to he mnde ii Ihe pa vilion, povet In intending men hbos havo ieniFtorod their names A ii.tceh iR to be playod nt Box Bill to. nv., return mntch with Dnndenont. nixt Fatudnay on the local linkP, and on King's Birtllhda Inne the 8th, tlhe rophy presonted.by Mr J. B, Woods wvill.be competed for by men only over 18 hloles, Str'(?e piny. Enhtftncp ee 13,.
CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
CHELSEA. On Sun nin eveni R'o Fpeeial ]Enipire Sa vice k as he'l in the Congregational Chbroh, 'rhe Iuilding was suitably decorated with fi le. There waa a large and reprose!3tFtive congreaation present The Rev Pearse preached an a prjo pilate at mon on "'jtizenhip.t 1Mr Frewin presided at the ( . and duwlng the setyv c, srted r rendered by Nise Mduaro a d I I". lrowin. (''. Colonso so id the rathipayers ac'ere paying h~Uge saum for a drmn ago scheme, which was n isitor:farnco, the memblrs of thuo Stiite.iivers and c Water Supply regjiiiv to lo:itaight, their bisinesos, The wo ter 'in the t river was a groat maliusane 111d the hind wOs loceominiig multl to grow any thing. "'Cul'ir'nm used to be 'famous for its potatoeo, now they were amongst the worst. Fur years they had )o0n hallvifig dry sensons and yet, hlnIt trouble wih Ii the river, during soitthiwesterly. gales the waltr was" 9 fully throo feet ,nbovo sei-level; iil wet weothier it would be a mannaoe to the people. 1to moved t...
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
ASPENDALE. We undeistand that Mir Hunter, the popular vieepresident of tbe Progress Asmoointion, is to be nunnii Ilated for the position of Presidnit at the nest meeting of membRes. Mr Marcus Smith has .deliiitel! rlecided not to lenomimnte for tj;t' position of secretary to the Progreis Association Members geneinlly will I egret this as he has oeen an active and courteons illicial aince Ihe Rooiety's inception, About nine years ago lie purchased jroperty in the district; stt that time there V01i' two reprlesentti tives in c¶otiiiil itt l'eyshlorouigl, itnil ote it Mtliordiallot'. 'TIte distrit't it thaut titn' was growVing tti' d requirCild maniy im patol ant impjovemtnctIs. Mi'. Simt I no ct thoroughly into mnuniciptal nu ci's, adtvoentitig thatt woll rOpresntted and brought up to daite would in theu overtnko in rtconnrtie I lie ccittrcc 'I' IDnitdenong, litig ptl ,I hose views b5lf' tote ticta teput et'rs, he wits mtove the ohl tactit of 22 yeti rs stand ing, the ttpit iy ot' the...
SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
SANDRINGHAIM. - Empire nvY. wax celebrated very.( qnietly at Sol dti ghait . thix year. I The local Stafi Uchoolx lhild tlq;qus- a toinmar3' gtlithi'iigx, when . italfle, t Yongs Were siiunig-andd iddrexses dcliv- 1 cied. CowIrnillir iSIail distlibuted i preseeits of hidi;s skipping-ropoPx ert., among the sloblhlir of the schools of this riding. ii the eveiniig the chiil$. i riei made theirai own iiriniiigements, '3 and ec'eral big hon-firelS wei'e' set ,abla~o, Wihile eerSy child soomed to have his ixpodi l full of crackers. In most of the.hluTrChes on Sjiday ie foreince wa mande to the'occaxiozi, and in some of themn the Natioilal Anthenm wiis uang. Thu urbiter nppoinited by hth10 Min istry to iiiquiro iito the rcarges brought .by flib h Moorabblis Council against the Heilleuirii T£iimwiyLCo. iihas uniitid a coiniidei able amount ot siuipiiso loallly by hi.J award, lesi deits ol tli. disiicet feel that it progress i· %j14d Juuniupeed by the conditiol)n qgl~aebh-road aini by the el...
CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
CARRUM A public mnecting 'W as held in the MLec'hinihs' Instimtte, on' Wednesdad li!h1t, to consivmder the stops Rtito "ie Iakoui tn (blln i withI rio imimil tin'fetorv io'ililit ui of the 1Iinttem'son Rix'em, con-' sidloriiig the in'lenmeit eiteher there wai " very good iitteiiduiuee, CI. II. A. (Claleso oeilpied ithe chair idif ini opeWinig theine celig', epieps sediegret thiat the unhfopitioiltinn Wee li1 hl kept a immimimbeff iiniayliim' fai~ h ii as h AI'iloie we e iead Iv Mir J. M A(lmi m't hi' fi n. ). o f ldi i Alfat., W. S Keast, M.L.A. Cr. W lliniiii ad othiem&lt;, Chielsqea Progrei.9 A soeiintioii wi'ts represented 1if Atoers'.' J. Jauces, I. J I~odaui' and
Dandenong Market. Tuesday, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
Dandonong Market. TuesdayS, May~, 10.. A toll Ulap)1)ply ?i nkilkors miu spriniger1 1orwari'd alnii competition wLai not (;uito Its kacu its previou'isi week, some of the princiiplal lots at follows :-Milkers-T. 0.. ,bynil, I it 12/.l.5/; Gleo. Keys, 5 to £10; I), MeTollain, 2 to £l0/2/O ; A. Alickle, 2 to £8/5/; LUnt. Vdirigan, 2 to £0 .17/6; . Corrirga, 3 to £9/2/6; W. I1 Girdioer, 8 toi £8'12/( '; t'iinsiedel 110to £11/5/; W.0 .Keys, 2 to £0; IU Aluign, 2 to £O/"/6; J; G. WaWs 4 to '£7/1O/6 P, JVWelib, (6 to £10;W. II 1hisfey, I of £10/liS; / f, Moody, I ut £1 0/51/ Springers -N. Ilowmaiini 5 to£7/i 0/, I. Aogis, 1 ot £tI/h7/0: J. A. Tihlee, 4 to £7/15/; IIf Hlields 1 it £7/1W/6; W StWNplhous, 4 to £7 7/(f, Stori'c.-Very teit good cow. ya dod; dwaniin id good. Pin.-8SlorI supply, 11nd bmddiog brisk vgigh through the sale, liiiek tnttei'4 imking to £5/.10/; bcon, hIeavy, to £4/5/; nodiuni, £v/10/ to 78/;, light, £1/2/ lo £3,/8/; pork, prinme ien vvwleights, 40/ to 50/; mediums, 10...
BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
BENTLEIGH. Boisterous as Ras the weather it .did not prevent a very fair gathering of the friends of the Methodist Churoh last Tuesday night to a social *to talk over the plan on the lines of which the " Go-to.Church Sunday." on 7th June was to he conducted. Rev 0. Fowler was in 'the chrir, and after going into the detail of work to be done before, and on the day, Messrs Simmonde and .1, Marriott nddressed the meet ing urging each to do their indivi'ual part themselves, nrd to briiig a f irend along with them.l
HEATHERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
HEATHERTON. Mr O. R. Snowball, M.L.A., Cr Shields and the other members of the school committee, addressed the scholars on Friday last. The latter made very pointed reference to the inadequacy of the school accomoda- tion, expressing the hope that the next Empire Day would be cele- brated under better conditions.