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Go-to-Church Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Go-to-Church Sunday.:. To-morrow, the membeis of the Methodist deuomiuatio, af all t?wn ship throaghoaut the.. Mooravbhbin oironit, are makinw a novel arid well organised appe?l fr' eve'ybody to go to church. Systematio Oanvas?'-s have been made rlurin the. part f.w weeks, vehiole, ar: being aue I ii a number ouf int.iuos to uoovey per. sons Tlbng distnnce.; whilstat Mordi alloo every pescai who atte?nds ohurvoh isto ?,e "r?clntrd wth a ? a?;i. u liolu, ard thle loujl h. n I i t, ,rider, saored s&keotoue., the umovel?ent is beingkeenly watohed, not only by those olosely interested but by people of other deoo Idiuations. Tile idea is purely an A meriocan one where it has been used with remarkable scuoess.
EDUCATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
EDUCATIONAL, Herr Foiler (singing), Mentone. Miss Caudwell (piano), Mentone, High School, Mentone. Central Business College, Melbourne. Miss Robinson, Cheltenham. F, L,'King, Mordiilloo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
rr -F J, Nowon, House and Estate Agent, NMordialioc Phone I1I Chelt. MNoorabbin Co=Operative Society LIMITJD \ L.rgest Stores in 'che Disrrict. P" ,NT NE:".AN ROAD, CHELTENRAM Ph. ne, 18 Ceieb, C, an prices lowest in the trad,, Cash bhous paid on all your i:!:rcbas,:s half.y-arly. Call and get p.rzicul.us. Best White Sugar, 2~d per lb, as 6d doz But i5o test Keroenes, ,8 ell, vight of 'Age, 3s iid tin. Be!t Sngn, 1'sptoca, 2d lb. is gd d,, lh?r OQatateal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split PeaS, 2d lb, 24 3d d ., 'Ftst Pick" Tomato ,auc, 5s, 4- gd doz, F .'ur. a.: uipe,, 2 7id, 5olbs 54 31. 25!b. cahco, 25 9o, 5oiLs 5 64 Our ,,wn Special 13ietd J!,?, to, r. 3d, 1 61 Lowe,,t .V 'i, , Rwae for Bran, Poitarti, Coati, C' \Vnear, Maul., Barley ;o l'eanteal ranning, Peas (Dun atni Youkshie Herosi, Blood meat, 13 .; :,mnure, ,traw, ,a,.,e 1,4rley, and a l other produce. ROSE BROS., ...FURNIS, ING UNDERTAKER S,..dl I'HARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM. lnelts (,mtoducted in ann partof the District, Coaches Sup...
Terribly Tempted A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Terribly Tempted SA SISRIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. OCHAPTR XVI .(Continued.) Lonoro listened still silently. She han urtered as 3et no word of repr'oach or of indignation at the oruel fraud practised auroad on her young credul ity. Shle was only orushed and stunned -and his voice was no longer the opl ate that had lullLd care to rest-it was me doliborate tone of a nlan of tue world suggcsting advantagoous changes in his housoholU in whioh fshe could not share. There was no regret in his tone-not even sentii,ent--and yet, hurt her as he would, there was but love in her hiartand despair in its desperato bounds, "If you we?e talking to some one who had no atfeotion for you; whomn you had quarrelled with, then I could understand a lttle what it all meant," she said slowly; her voice changed: "No, you were not worth lovingy, Leon ard: iand this--this is harder to boar than all--lhi've lost my ideal, There may have been somnetlhimng siniful and iduatrous in my infatuation - I am oertain i...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
CHIELTENHAM. Th: hIicl hras? bawl is fa$ri de. velopipg u-ilcr the tuition of Conu du tor Copi, Ptncd.:e isheld every W\ednsrday, at the rc5(ldnce of ,Mr Geo )aviel .Vacaunc:.ie still exist for ue~w::v layers,,'fo who'o special benefi a beincors' clais would be formed if desired. The Miana.er of the Co.operative stores advertises alsowhero a speoial line of seed pjwtatoes. A clnourt is advertised to take place on WVtdnesdtay neOK at th0 Cheltenhamn hall in aid of tihe Ohutoh of England, Mrs olelyn has oom .pied an excellent programmo for the occauion, This lady was wvell known as Miss Agnes Wickeons, and has a very largo oirole of personal friends, who are all exocellent artists, anA wvho aro assi.ting n thu present occasion.' . A one.day nationl is to be con duoted by M.rT Ifaggdr at theb Church of Uhrist 'Sn Sunday, 14th Juno Three special ovanrelistio servioes will be holdiby thia gentle. man, who is a reoogiised sNucess as an organising missioner. Attention is directed to the al...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY G001S it.., OSItORY Mentone Imnprb?ve lthe valhe of your own properb :,? buylnglocally. N'very article at City prices Circ:?, ig Tibrry., Latest Books, Lioensc~d to ,el. .,lmpa, Telephone, Cheltenham r .. Agent for ri'1 the bet makes of Piano., ixjeiert adice. ' ; - .- FORAL'E._' I PRIME Suckers ind Slips, GRIFFITH, kArgu sc at, nd Moorabbin rd, Cholteu. bnn, UIRlWOOD,-.ft firewood, dry, and asoud, -103 per truck. M. Clements, ihea'kston., SHOl j a d CATTLE RUG8, fromn .Is. L al aurpaulina Rubber Coats, gny quality, any price Save 2s in the 6', and boy from the Market Gardeners' Asaocii. iou . . pONY and Phaeton, 12 hands, five years, Spowerful, quiet, perfectly sound, gM in any harness, phaeton: lever hooded, brake, good condition, must sell, tnrLont, bargain, e27.-Vicarage, Men. tone, Pho10, Chelt. 231. p)JANO Box Buggy, suit pony. Apply . "News" office .. )ONY, free trial given, W. R. John. I son, Weatheratrl.oad, Chelteniham, I2XCHANGE g...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
MOitDIALLOC. Attention is, directed to the advt, elsowhere ctltoncerning the moving picture shows which are held every Sturdiay. The literary society held its ordi nary meeting on WVedntesday last and disoussed the question, "Is the intluenoe of the press good." The moeting du:ided in the negative, as we are not out to create evil influeon. *cos. A lengthy report of the debote is in a state of suspended animation. Residents are rminded per advt. elsewhere of the fanuoy dress football mnatoh and procession to bo held on Mondasy (King's birthday). The oowtil batd and footb~tl clubare to divide the profits and members tlhereof are worlking very assidnously to iake the midget ocarnival a snc coss, A picture show takes place at the Mechanics' at night. A dilteultly that threatened to put 4i stop to the Baud concert, to be held on Monday evening in the Mordialloo Mechanies'. Institute, was overcome by the generous action of Mr. Mays,, picture show propriietor. Mlr. Mays had enguged the ha...
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
NENTONE, . A moot successful euehre;~TRty was conduoted by the footballucb a on saturday night laust, and proved ' so enjoyable that a niuilber of those J present asked the committee to' ar range another, There was a good attendance both of lodal pjeople and t visitors from other parts of the t shire, The prize wi~iner;s wore- a Laoies, Mrs Cunuinghliuamu 1st, Mbliss t Cooper 2nd (bothl local residents); gents, Mr Iawson, Highett,- 1slt, Mr McMahon, Chelten~uhm, 2nd, At the dance which followied, Mrs Boord was very suceessful at the I piano, and greatly helped in the, closing part of a pleasant evening. I The syllabus item f 'r the meeting e of the Iiter.ary Guild at the Presiby- . terian Church on Woedtiesday even ing will be a paper an " Chaldea," by Mlrs Bertram At the Cheltenham Police Court on Wednesdtay, before. Messrs Brownfield, Penny, ajid Marrlott, J'sP., Constable Orocket proceeded against A. Cranham for cruelty to ad dog. Mr Backhouse appeared for the prosecutiou, and Mr...
INGENIOUS APES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
INGENiOUS APES. ----.,÷__ 'Il'h ollnngouttngs whlih have b lutl havilng esch .a "high old (li lh" t ' tho Lon)don ':1/0o, Ibli t frin. .,unfiitra, T'helr e.~chet ages 'Cul ) only ho giesrioed. ''lio older lft Ili. I ltlust .now. )o0 at lnet lifteel ,Ins olr agoe, anld hotli ulre certainly. ilullti, iiil n" earl.,, I| not qu.ilte, full-gr 'owu. . , " ' r ... . . Iloth t!.Le oralgls hlao dltislhutlyed ,r(',at Ingoiilty ,oidl .ilmrl l Iuiu ! brcldillg t!hrough thoe l.itorlilkedI wiie-ilettlaig t1 lint £lur in. tlhe wmillI o thel ' er ?,es. l 'h'is :is ' , x't \u to i n Iron tfra nq-work'l ,a rai:'T od il pi)tn i. and Is of the o:.llOtienit 'kirul to lie IultninieUl, und~, wouhll ilst i--lhe ith l ret u is?ilt of. fnu iih heLu.vior a.'i 'Iho oranges, hl;wcvTr, have ;,lllt. uf sil ro tline, and they slpontld h!oiu in hlowly untwlslting thli. juothlio::, ,!though these ,hald bon fixedo.ivlilli ;?tronlg plilers,- . , . . .. They uoe thoeir teeth alit fliigcir iirl Ilh, "aik, and fron tlime...
IN AN INDIAN CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
IN ANl INDIAN CITY. It Is the . nrivilor.o of few to 1o able to oo :tllohe Illlelrliost life of I ho' nit ive of Imilin Euroltot is linow piitiOcOalliy nothllgl oft' tIllei Iteolilo, "o;lnig only theo e.xtrel, elgo' of the llfo: thoey leadnl, 111 th:il lit onlyr thiroulgh thlise who noct :; .theilr orvan~ts. Iwo ciniiiitinioiis tnud T, ith il til the ithtiiiHltl?ioe:s of theo. Jrllltish. 'l'oiitiity,. tldec;lodeti, on thle ellunce of pkil!ingll l cui'ipsu, to take a trip thii'ough i illatlv city wh lb iinoni"lllo ito!i ovllole rOpiiti, lion. o'lo',nl ativE, away frolii hIsI fOllots, is o0e of tho ieiookest .'of tio, talik Irid. ll I nI ultis I s l tus y tI' l coito i li ll 'tL?liiIng to cao nothbig for tlhelI, bIut theo i4itine .liitlo itionfgst lila i ltlwti hi is all thel cotinlgo whichll iii llioWs gIve,:- and ltIl .hopel ctuili I o lihl ouit ito anyone' thlowinglll out tho hlightest insult lin a nativut \'e onlereil tito cit. thtlloigh a lhrg,. !;?to of ornineontaitl ldesignn,al...
Fire Panic at a Cinema. WOMEN CRUSHED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Fire Panic at a Cinema. ' WOM EN CIIIUSHII) 'TO IIATII. A terribleo scno was Witne~seqil at a.n nastside, Now York, cineoitI thu tro. During the *proruoriance the lhr: took fire, and although the flintu were promptly exthinglehedl by tIle operator, the cry of ",ire" raisi. by a boy was sullciclut ti"startL t ianic in the crowded theatre., About 1000 mn, women, lnd chill dron, drawn from various duitio: u alltles, Tfought and tore their ' way out of the bIuilding,, At the obottomn of the stahl'iitse fur'. th.r. exit Was barred by tlw crIVwd Ined up for the next paiorrma.lnce, sui In' t few seconds theroe was it stru~gllng hoej' of humanity. When the pailo had slubsided it ,v.s fiounld that two wonmen had hoe'l crushed to death, whilO nonea'l, 100 other persons ,had sustained ln. Juries which, in eighteen casea, ware - so seorious as to necensitatu the conveyinco of tile vlcthns ,to hospital.
DRESSMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
.DRESSnfAKERS. . Mrs. Cooper, Ilighett. ESTATi AnENTS. I. iLesasidg, Chel?en., y., P. Fairlam, Choltenham,. Smull and Edwarmds, Mentone. D. White, Mfordialioe, F., J. Newton, Mrordialloe. .W. E, Looker, Mlentone. R. W. Wilton, Aspondale, I, S, Lnimnan, Mentone, Callaghan and Co,, City. S. J. Cook, Chelsea. W, A, Towler, Chelsea., Clarke and Sons, Dandenong.
Why the Sea has Different Colours. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Why the Sea'has Different Colours. - +----- "The deep blue sea i" sings the poet. "Tominylrot i" exclailns tho'travel lr', "It i lI grI'Oll as anl onler aidl. I've seeoon it." "So haveo 1," hotly declures the poet. "It in bluh." T'he pool lind the, ti'vr.ler iio, in alout thu :ie :iO lisitiohn . u~ the hlind men nnii the lolpha1nt toe ftit tho trunk, the other the utall, tlnd theu thity ila''olled ahboult it, althougllh aboth w'ro rlight--uI far ITs they went, T[he So, liIs both g1r1en Iilld Mile. ]in lonia MIiaces it0 I n iwiily alwayn blub, in tliaos Ii is nearly ilwnys gre:'n. HCelt:,ILsts iluln'Ie h th l lhe rutinntity .of ill i11 I.1h: water hia, it :reoat do:' I In ti wi .h tillt. 'lly I o1int out t'*'it 1.1i il wI 1'upid 1h,, 0 apolat l| iol' I Ih' wiI I'T lroll 1 loaut of the wsi, the ~i'e:Itrl'. IIIII'i. iIul if s:ult there is i thell .water, titl IhIl:?t the watl'r that i. axtritl 'y Nult Is always , .. ,, whil! /I' \vailr thnlt e(hlsr ItnL e'lllll.ull )lUl'ch 11 largo qll...
DRAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
DRAPERS. .1rS. Duncea1, ClIelsna, 11, Foreman, Cheltenlmaro. Misas hephlerd, Mordialloo.' Miss Neill, Mordialloc, Abbott and Mason, Montone. Richlitrde nad Co., Melbourne. .Mrs, Spooner, Aspondalo.
Cold Rafferty. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Cold Rafferty. ---'·--4 ··· It was t snII')wy, wiindy ldght, milll Private l:uaTerty, on guard, quickly got chlledi'. Tho snow drfllted Into hIli seolitr box until, in sheer delspOeration, lih movoed that rudeo Wheltur io a sI6p-. ing p)osition in the leo of tihe but. trkss of the wall,. -. Fromn a lcker at the foot?. of tlw. fiagstuff hle abstructed a large Uunibn , ac';, and, wzalppilng this round |him, Iihe vrpt into the box and tried to mailo hinself comfort~able, TI'h tho S0!) o I d'ratldfully long, anld pre Initly IrulTorty dozed off to lreep, to be awakgnod later by the flash of a lhntern in his eyes, and, look ing up, he found an olncer and the i rgant o'eying him with astonisll "What's ther meaning of thiis ?" (Io. mainded il the Illeor, sternly, . hut" litaherty d(id1not disturb hhm so'f; sef. "Shhure," he replied, "I thought y.'il hift lto to f(rozo to death: so r eonnvunltance I Jest Inid mym'tilf out in this ouldl clllin, Al, btddhl, ye cann Idaso yursolh about calliln'...
INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
I INTERESTING IT'E 'MS; A'n-u ager'lo ilo0 and lionuess in thu Ir''otch..town of Charlovillo oloped o ugother, The lion was cain ht, but, teIo libnoss ,eluded her pIursuers andl 333nhl(ly onte01'3 I n cnafe,. T'Phroo petr s)lon woro- sitting at a table when anio enty'od, In ton seconids two oi lhemn were'o iunlder the llle; and tho lhli'd (with n !fe.Lor Ielon of pro ,per roefugo) was In a Cu,'p?oard..'The lioness did not dolign L' nolico the tluntinecr of her r'reptlton. Sho In . ,plcclcd the tllieloludsl alnd attl'actl " edi bIy the scent of ti broilltg slteak, ihIld an llnillrlig pI0 ((13 the 'grill, o'L, lllIlinelat sho loep.t. fr'; tthe ,lace wiiih a roalr--1lnto fll Olnao llL, Ih?ld by a search party. r'. ir'. ellio (i'ant I artoris Jones,. ,llughter of (leneral' Ilysses . r?:l Lt, Slx inonths ((go droplped a historic , mornlld ring, worth £10,000, l'given tol her father by the Eniiperor oIf ,J1 I 3la, down the waste p1)110 .tt the Ilotel Iotenaissannc, Now York,, anlld I.lo y...
HEAVENLY MANSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
AI 1fTKAVENTLY MANSIONS BY PASTOR IIUSSELL. Text: "In my Fnther's house nreo nmny mansions; , . 4 go to prepare a place for you; . . , I will come again and receive you ;nto myielf," (John xiy, 2-1.)e , The sneaklr alluded to the tendlurness o! tlhe text. ''Th)re is a illeav l V1's thur. Hie h as gi'ut house. '"1ie hdwell;ltl not in temlples IIImde with Ihlndsl." In tilhe ]al'?Oest sen|se the whulole Cr.ationl is His laSie, mnluh I " it ye, uuinln bitol. \\'e knon" not how manly dillerent orders kft inlgels there l're. The , 1nt'nlltlll 'ts intli (KKUSqRS~EW maltt uat lea i tit li cni hea-ianRc, Tri|.iipalitie.i, powers, iher'lbiin, Foeriaphill ':Ir'i order i,s perfet I11 itS Dw11 plane, Inilred, the scripturie dedclre that "all 41l's work ti perfeet." I 'liii .A liIuI.1.LIOUS IP'OVINCIl. \\lihe (iod cleated Adamn, lie provided .i1a a lmansion, n habitation, an estate t iarth; and its ]leia. ''arden was I''ir' . , r.' (1adtillly, as lire ashould dc' i,i. lte gardlen would hlave been...
A Previous Huge Gold Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
A Previous Huge Gold Robbery. -4------ 'lho stoT or f (1th rc('c'ltt g('n( I. (llh. I r,~' o(f I)llion ii the coureo of tlrlnslit to ?\Alexaindria rclUls n Ahi, cPillhn' which took pi(n'o' fifty 801on younr ego ~n I ho ounth.Eust. ;(,iI Vlilway. 'ITO' slory of ho, w thile roIi(LIor' was con?iitte 1( c(i htll to light 81000 ,wars aftL'rwardsi, m(iWng to la quorl (il amlong tle coniteor r )n tito oveoinlg of May 12, :I$l, thrnee largo hoxi's (rf gold Ibulliion( il'erhe tlio lln to Lollt( l\n ii'i'lllgo iSII 11011 1tJo He Jdt to Paris. Everv il ('n ionll' l iitl ii 1n(n taknl to ? Iuril I th IprccillIs IetllI. Thie bo?,S 11Jr' 1(o11n( with Iro I bO( r((', 0n11 it' ll' I it l h ld(( ll tln 0le(1 (aulh Iw(ieliillI, Iol'o Ieloetdl in 0 Ch b'oII ,' !II,l (l,,i thlll hl, l iccc li liol·nol \lg lill~ i, 0, ( Ih I (hIilh0itI0 Oys oif I'hiLhl 1'(,i'(' klepL (1y o1ne of tho cont1l1n0 Ii,,l s~\'vlalIts of tho r'ilwin,' ,oin-l li i, id thi e 11( Clitll of Ithe I o('(0 - l('ahi (l((1 o0)(l,. Tho t...