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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 30 May 1914
You really muut see theae Snmat New Fabris i Juwt rrivEd-a choice uton. meet the will ahow you how tI bbeit.E drzeaad-without eslra ce4l Geo. Tainsh Practical Tailor Mercer, etc. Main Siroct, Mordliaoc Aspendale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval Opposite Edithvale Crossing &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NEPEAN ROAD &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Good Work. Moderate Charges. Miss I Muriel Robinson Certificated, Trinity College, Music, ILondon ; Matric. Cert, of London Uoiversity Visits or receives pupils for P.ano· forte, Theory, HIrmony, At Orderly Rodii, Plant Nepean Road, Cueltenhamn, and at "Dslkeith," Cent e Dtndenong Road, Cheltenham. Terms on application. J. R. Valentine OARPEN 'Rlt, BUILI)iECiand CONTR \.'1'(M UBaumraris 9oukkispliej. Accountancy. Olas~aM ieirnu'in, \I .* hIi t dchool 8 pta ProLostant Hall, Chelteah.rm, 1pril '22nd, 8 p.m . n .r Principal, F. L. KING, ASF.I,A. Incorpora ed Acciutaut, Reg...
Ladies' Column. RICE MOULD AND PRUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Ladies' Column. -4. 111(.'I" A111111.1 .\.;,il PRUNICS. !'l, ',i. ih.lespounsful of rico ii, S',,! 1t ?annopian with halt a pint ,t and ,l: and holl till qisite Lender: ,'hl oPt, slifk us required. Whie ".u,·, rtlI' iin a little sugar and iI ih I . .tlt; turn Inton a ring :, ?.11 nd let gOt t lohl, 'Turn o1t: ill in the contro ulth stowed prutlluS, ndnl cover all over with whlppold ('ronn; bilunchlo a fow anlolnld : cut thlei In strips, nnd stick themn ull over to garnlish. 'o stow thlu lpriunes put Iheat In a stowpa ni wit hnl f a hottl|h of claret, half pound ot sug r lounf, andI the rind of ii Iclnon, and stol gentlly for tlhree qual'trs ot an hLup, Whel the (e. , ( IC ar t'1nder, takto tltent Ott, aotd Iil hul downi t he i' Clrot with sint llo lll((( Sclglul' till It fol'lls ii hik ?y'ru'p. The'n pouar oveOI' theO I'runtt ainld lot got coldl; then tse us tiirectct l,
SOME TRIED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
S011 'TIIIEiJ IIEE1EIS. Chocolato for l'uddihig or Cake. Ilo not Irouble to grllteo tils; put It on a smlnall tih in oven for a few ;ecnolds: II. \~ill :erointo clulto soft ndl enasily hoeton in with butter oir eggs. .(heso eSouflle,-Dissolvo an ounce of ilhitti.r iIn. n mlnall puln, slir ii hlalf ao ouner of flour and n Rill o(f milk, let this boil well; then re 1u1ive it frionl theo (ire, stir in iwo ollllce of galtlei ti l'arliesant choese, It t(nslpoonflfl of ploliiol', a littl1 swll, the yolks (,f ,three eggs, nili Ilie whiskied whites uf four, Ihivo r(,illI lii t lll ircd soulll ti n t ILh lli hiniIi of hut tereid paper tied roalll , it; p1ur in th Ili llitrlle 1anl bake liat cllleo in a !ver~·y hIot ilaven for alblloll i10 mliiutois. Sert, iiiiiediately, its ,ulnllfllerllhnl,Vi fillu Iquillky when taken oat, of tlh· \enl1, Qllcl'ld-nulde l ef T''ea,-Cut upll a liini d of .riaiiv, hi of Vl' ?ii el, 11ilal. li is t. ((1 hliinl i , rdi l I hrell. iilill,. let I hiii si111 Illhlf...
The Tale of an Eel. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
" The Tale of an Eel.-: poople pat nast tihings... beca?ise' they likeo. thonem, , hll. others oat nasly things that they dlon't like. 1hi I over.' toll you about, old (arel Visser ?" MJr.. Tuckelr, or, as, most people nlled lhnlm, om ain n, was on one sidle of the clnmp flire, I was on the otlher. Wa wre taking t.he ox-wag 'gon to, fletcJ tlgs front tile sta ion, ,ld hdd outapanned hto give the oxen a rest. 'I'hoe fore?oing re ilurk wasn called forth by tlhe sur prie ,r hald eXl)'crsaed on seeing .our' Ilhdtentot Iboy. catch, I.ll, cook' nd.ti aal ,n unlucky tori'olh.i. I ?col!nc'l a.yarn, so I lanlo elmy self. ,m-. cminfortable on the gi'round Ibeflore, I spoke. 'lhdn, "No, Oom1,".I replied, "wlinhat dlid he do ?" " 'Well," , replllied. m.y companion. "UCaroel was out with iils TTottcn tot boy one day i'lion -he can!o to a river. In it wr'e some oeels, and he managedrl to cetch. a fluo ode, Carol was very fond of cola, so1 he told the boy to cloann ad cook it, while.he went outr t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
W. ADAMS, IRPIINTEB, JOINER & BUILDER MORDBIALL00. JeLting Work attended to. Yeatian Blinds made and repaired. Ieqe, BaIPngalows and Rooms Built, H. HEWETT Family Butcher, Nel)poan Road Oheltenham, C?lc.nli:ess and promptness ensures ym atisfraclon. Tel 71 HAY, CORN AND G1ENRRAL PutouUca SToxa. Mi. L. WOOD, Grocery and Provision Merchant, .., I FJ H T T.,, Aget' for Fiuest Biended Teas and Ooffess, Tclephone 58 Chelt. S?J COOK Chelsea's Oldest First il the P;,l I First in O-tce right oppT''?, the Railway G~ates, Chclsea. Homes, Blocks and Houses for Sale or To Let, A. JAGO Builder and Contractor. lranketon Read, CHIV8OA., Plkan prepared and st utimates atubalited, Metal shop frounts a ape?ialllty Je R. Bond, The ? i?i elm ~rIt SMart, t l u h k nl i t a t d V~ e t at b l e i a o" ealil alwaye oan halnd Opsdte tatitoue , Chelsea. Mr D. Romain 399 Smith Street, Fitzroy, and 74 Toorak Road, South Yarra, High-class Ladies' and Gent's Tailor. Ladies' costumes altered and renovated...
MIDDLE BRIGHTON v BLACK ROCK. Middle Brighton Wins. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
MIDDILE BRIGHTON v BLACK ROCK. S''Middle Brighton Wiris. Notwithstanding the threatening weather on. Saturday lust a fair attendance of spectators assembled at the Brighton football ground to witness the contest between the above teams. The facilities of the en closure are superior to any other of the gronuds in the Federal Associa tion, and Brighton are ' to be con. gratulated on aqcjidring simo as opportunity ofere, ald a small chaRge is aot out of the way for the con. ve5iience to spectators, especially on such a day as last Saturday, and when the Uomnnuonwealth meteorlo. gist's "meteorological anomalies" aie 'snooking about. The players also have full advintago of the traiinin appurtenances of their aenior colleagues, thereby gaining many advant.~ges in preparing to lick th6ir opponents in the F1deral eompetition. Their superiority and proof of having the finest combination is m.anieast by the verdict secured against Chelten. ham on the previous Saturday, and their equally decis...
Soda and Aluminium. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Soda and Aluminium. The usie of soda in wato r lor the.: :l~anrfing ?f:cooking u.tensils i i in .'rVfilnd iinto our ,very liys,.. The lions,?ewifo .oini the sil ollt tillei look 'upon',s ,a ah Lso rt of-ftilsh, anrd :thcyL will" ha?e io 1?0?duietted up to koping tlior fetJsh lin. its propor eephqre, which las:certfnlily n t In ol alnywhere near almunlnium. ioud.i hIis an el dct ulpon aluminium siml -hir to tat' of mild acid upon cop per, corroding tl~ sarface and turn Ing It an obj'eitionable " dirty white" hue,' With overy article suhl .,the trade must gilvl tihe most (mphatic warning angainst soda., and Impress uponl the ulmrchser that he ur ahe m.ust again inlpress the lit-. toP uponi: "M'arv ,Jiue,"' ori se, whonc the mistress isn't looking, into thoe him:linhin| saucopan goes the soda wanter, and thllpn away. goes thoepis tio heonuty of polished nluminium, and cii tlhat is loefl .s a disrepu table lookingff po. Thereo is. a b? g preEent nnd a huge flture for 'alu :lninini .holl...
The Matches. ELSTERNWICK v. MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
The Matches. ELSTER&NWICK v. MOKDIALO~h., This matoh 'was played on the ground of the former on Saturday last, and was the cause of a fair amount of interest and excitement while in.progress, Lat searson eaoh matott betweon these two tbIs ds served to be a dcad;. they were a? evenly matohed, and the maltoh last Saturday, boiug the lirst of thi season, was expected by the snp* porters of each to be anything bat one.sided The loss of the services of V, Jones, who had gone to try his nluok with Prahran, was ai great blow to Mordialloo, and dampo. their ardor considerably, 'he ground, as has been the case all this season s far, was in pe feot order for Iam game, also the weather, 'The visir ing team, who jaurneyeo to the, ground with their supporters by means. of a drag and oabs, inoluding a special cabloadl of ladies, were lat in arrival,'onsequaently the gaume did not begin till well af ev 3,30: T'he teams were :--Elsternwiock--:Jorrii (capt), Alfordl Drew, Taylor, David. son,...
The Smallest Thing. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
The. Smallest Thing. We oused to think that aboiit tho snmulloRst'thlng in the world was an nttnl of hydrogen. I?Tn fact, it was triaeii as tho unit 'by which the Itomnic u 'weight of all metals was 'expeisetdl. For Instaonce, tho small rt Ipossilblo division of tho metal lould was found to hbe two hundred an!i six tioes that of hydrogon, gold ono 'hiuilt'edul and nlnety-six times, S].I'and in hand, however, with the ahdrr rn concelltion of the naturo of thu electric curroeit has ,comate a Inew (oicei tlon of lhinitlide in sllinll i.hiFns;. Now, tlihy any, the'e tallet. tilting it the worl dlivilsihlo by tho ifanl of mian' in the electric ion. 'rhis in the indivihluln) unit of oloe. tr!rity, the moving,.l part of a cur renlt whol it passus th'roulgh a ilroe It is 5siOtutll thl t it can runl. throtlu h a copljer htir at a "speled of ono huntdred and olghty .ix thousntind llilos a second with Sout turuing, 'ornoirs. loltrie lons '.trcllo throlugh al Lcolii)r' wiro in much 1the ine , w...
To-day's Fixtures SENIOR GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
To-day's ,1FI xtures SENIOR GRADE MOORABUIN v MENTONE (Jenkins) CHIIELTENHIAM v CAULFIELD (M'Knlnon) HEATHERTON, v MOORABBIN PARK ? (Park) BLACK ROCK - v CARRUM (Park) cHarber) MIDDLERBRIGHTON a bye JUNIOR Cr DN. ELLINDI)A LE v C?1H ELTENHAM D(Lee) GARDNV\AL v .EI.STERNWICK ,S v(Andrawartha) GLENHUNTLY v MORDIALLO( (Scohan)
MOORABBIN. SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 1st June. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
MOORABBIN. '" SHIRE COUNCIL. -------- Mondgy, irt June. Present--Ttne Presidon: (Cr B. J F'ecrdinando), Crs S&udds, Wi?i,h, Kelly, Broil.filJ, Smitb, Mills, .-Iarriott, Shie d,, ligghltston, and I!rgess. J11uvc. of albsu;cc Wes ,; huied to Cr Suall ou account of sickutss, CORRESPONDENCE. • From U, K, 8uowodil, ,\l,r ,A,, rE Sandringham' Uailway, ~x.enion, •--Reodied From Metropolitan Board .f \Vurks, reticulation of Retreat road I(ceived. " From Postai .Departnieut, re vi? ·clion .o nur:w post office, Mbrdi. al oc.-Received. ±rom A. ,-Phillips re daratlage adjoining Mr Brind's property, Ikeach roald, Mentone, Referred to ,ngineer for report., From .\Y, H. Barnett, re drain on \Weft side of Bluff road (Aruett's), Inspector to rr port, '. Izom Hampton Progress Associ' ltion, various matters. -.To be afttended to lFrpm Mordialloc Mechanicb' Iu titute, re-' remission of rates.- Reinst.d. From Salvation Arumy, re remis. aion of rates --Granted, F!Lin Arnall and Jackson, re Munici...
Peninsula Water Supply ASPENDALE, CHELSEA AND CARRUM INTERESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Peninsula Water Supply ASPN ND4ALE,' C&BI tSI, AND CARRU ' IN CERESTED. The qnestion of obtaluing a water supply for Flindersa naval base is one which has been troubling. theDo.e fence department for some time post, and a month or so ago thle: Metro politan Board was communuioated with, and an oiffer made to pay the cost of a six-inch main from, one of its reservoirs if the board would agree to sell to the departmentS all the water.it required, After discuss ing" the mnittler, the water supply committee of tlih board recommended that the arrangement be asgreed to, and advised that"the Netting hill reservoir be the loaroe of supply. This recommindi'tion was adopted after considerable debate by tlhe board's *ne~bergynauy of- themn boing of opinioit that it, wold be wise to-take further advantage of the offer by voting the extra money required for a 21.inoh main, the ob. jeot being to supply not only the de. fence authnrities, but also the resi dentts of the Bayside distriots o...
TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS WEEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
TO FOOT.BALL FOLLOWERS " /' 1, 3EKLY COflPETITION 'Teni Shillings Prize A ceahi pli, i' tu.n i l ilIings \\ill bo awarded lo the reador biving he tl name of tihe loim, wh -i!l ciri 1 .le tt hUghest; unbher (' points iR. 'egardls of wlhto grande of lte compltition ?lil. lI an is planyinog in. Tih imun ,iber 'f points nIt h, stutedl. In tih event of lmy p I .I lnot I;lanig til,o exac.ut linuher of piu'ts, we will allow a margin of three pointe under oL o\er. In thoe ase of a tie, tho money will bl3 dividud, l'Ihe de?:ision of the ed?or .hall bo final. All.\.11 scares must bo souot in on ,oupon lpublishled inl "T'ihe News" on the iaturday provions to the matoh. Coupons lmuAt bo in this office not lter than tuen o'Clok on the Friday night before the match, Coupons must be ftilled up in lak to avoid niismtakes, I th uevent of a match not beng phlyed, tho forocasts received will he ignored., Biults will be published in '1, Nawl " eivery wrY o. Any ntumber of iotes tiny ho sent in. COUPON ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Macphersoii & E(elley Fars torfc·s aae nd Scli~oa 237 COLLINS SI', I:HltHOURNEI ILONSDALE ST'., D)ANDXENON(i and at " l)navtntrm'." WI.ATil..rALL 1tO .\, CiUf,! tNilI.\. Mr 0 KlEhrlY my hy be conup,,n.t1 at WeNlthorall.r,al Ch'd i:an, in hu even vo. ilug, or by alipointmn nt.. Trust, mloneys to klnd iat rroat rat.uA A,. SULLIVAN BO1OT and SHIO]?,IAKER .Rep$iO,, noltly omJO1lt3 i, Workmanohip gunanuteod RItight opposite Station, Chelsea Aspendale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kerchetval O.p rsite Edlthvale Itot Closaiig, Nt?.,,sN R0 \U, Good \Vurl'. Moderate Cnarg:.. Miss I. Muriel Robinson Certificated, Trinity College, Music, London; Matric, Cert. of London University Visits or receives pupils for Piano. forte, Theory, Hirmony, At O:derly Rwomns, Point Nepean Road, Cheltenham, and at "Dalkeith," Cente Dandenong Road, Cheltenham, Terms on application. .'?r ?__?. ? ---, ---- ? : ___ J. R. Valentine CARI" ENITLR, BUIlDE 1 and CONTR I2TOR Baoaumarls SEstimates Prepared, BookkcepilagJ...
Highett Cricket Club. ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
ilghett Cricket Club, ANNUAL DISTIlBUTION OFP . PBIZIS, . . .. Tho above Wivere presented at a Sooial in the Choltouham Hall on Thursday eivening in the presoeice of about 150 people inolhdlng patron.s, Vo00l items were reindled by MIessrs J. Elton and J Wood, and musiO for the dancing by Ley.shon's Band with Mr R, Clayton as M.C. The proesident of the Club Mr R. Buirs before making the presentations 'tpologised for the absence of Cr A. 1 Small through llnuess A vote of thanks to the patrons was accorded on the motion of MrI T. LaPage to whioh Mr H, Dix sunitably responded The following is the list of trophies : lst Eleven, J. lBrown, secjred 'all the prizes but one, he was success ful in batting average, (30) bowling (6.06) highbest individual score (144) the first oentury on ,he,Park ground (124),and best all round player, The prize for fielding.was obtained by E, Fox, 2nd. Eleven. Batting average (16.2), A, George, bowling average (7.35), R. George; highest score, '(67), J. Evans...
INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
INSUIRANCIN . National Mutual, Melbourne. Phoenix Co., Mellourne, GuardinaJ Co., Melbourne, JEW\VIUIiER, 8: Boeinett, hcltlenhm. LIEGAh. R, Greene, Chlltenhum. f, ', Pi'rieo, MolontOe. ,. Ba. hous City A, B ioher? . u"l, d , ule . Ch neli'?Pnj, 01 iiteyh \ ril Ie 8, d y.z \.- F[ (u'c ,II.V~eIo,'8i'?. .!?. I'" C! 1 r,; :"A lst ·lt'lli !0 , . ,'7 •:,, A. 'i 1.oi ' i i to" .? Mrs.,: · Ityhlel I . J, . Il?;;ilTj':;l?',?:?ii f?[?.? TXi ; ::: : ; -,&lt;. -"..):7"!;l Ra AGI.NTS'. " Op·c~'!~~fbi t·f aloneri.' . ., . PA IN'.T!tS.'Is , G.,?d Mon! Clieltonhlinl;
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
GENERAL ITEMS. United Friendly Sonlety As?ciatinn-' Representatives of the district friendly soeieties have bsns meeting for some months, with the object of forming an association. The object lhas now beqn achieved, and eight societies have alrednd' joined, it is anticipated that four others will come in at an early date, The ottlcers elected up to dato are--President, Mr C, E, Ahebby. vice.president, Mr P, '. Lake; treasurer, Mr J. Geary; seoretary, Mr Walsh The next; meeting takesplace at Cheltenham on the 18th inst, Cr nmall's Illness--'The many friends of this esteemlned oit zen will be pleased to learn that he is making rapid recovbir' from a very serious and suddeni indisposi tioi which befel him last wesek, It is, anticipated that he will be about again in thle course of a few days. Pay Your Rates-Doubtless come read. ers will colnu'ent to the effect that this.is easier said than done, but thepoint is thait tihe municipal elections in August jtoluiso to bu full of lifo and pe...
FRUITERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
FRUITERERS. $. Stephens, Montone. J. R. Bond, Cheluset, 'C. Chapman, Chellenhlam, GIROCERS. W. F. Smiey, Montono Co-operativo Stoi's, Cheltenham; W. J. Foromnif, Chlcltonham, Thompson and Co,, Choltenham, Abbott and M?[son, Montone. RIoynold Bros,, Moorabbin, J, M. Gilmour, Morctialloo. Mrs, Wond-,, .lighott. Kerr and Gibbins,, Aspendale. F. Shepherd, Aspoendale, M•rs. E"ins, As~ondale, Service ntmd Elliolt, iOrighton, I. J. Jones, Cholsmi, F. Bishop,.Cheolsen. State Stores, Cholsea. IAIRDI)R IESSERS, W. Doriey, Chelsea. C, Bennett; Cheltoihium.' , . iOTELS. . F. :M. Saiidds; l\ientono. :. M. ,Hill, Mordialloo. J. M 'I.a'?,h!in, 1taumnaris