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PAPER AS WEARING APPAREL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
PAPER AS WEARING APPAREL. 'Tho attempts now hbeing made to tietlfi)sh culps ill idl nf pnpr liat all ipublic rlliining fauliitains in England is a remindler thnt Loch articles havi' long irn lieeld III 5n11lllO towns' of tho.United Stateo. iaper, in dloold, has h1on JIut to extllaordliniary urloposes; 'for in Japan it l tiold for dlinnr.plhltes, ilnt.s, ' )ieturio frames, anlid mlny other tllings. AriB have looln lollll lusCingR ovenl C'ook lli-ILots III I'idnhiRg-Ipaiis lllmdie of comlpressed and !hoindeUdly-vtrat. ed paper. 'hlring one oli' Indian campaigns a lighllt illanLtry regimentllot caime ulller a iperfect fsiillo ide of papor bullots. Wearing alppalnrol of pIlerl' lis now holng mnanulfactured in miirrae than onoe Contindtnl' 'town, 'itd o in h Y x* ony pvaper and cotton are also spun togethor, so that in tithe Inished tyarn 'the paper envelopos the cotton, Theose yalrns are usoedi n filters, In conJunctionl with cotton warp, in wone\'in' drlllingls sultablo for towel lilng...
POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
POULTRY NOTES ',J3TA; (By LEGHORN) Clushtd maize makes a splendid feed for cold nights, glins should n ot be mixed, • ' . 0 " Generally speaking, .the bigger the eater, the better the layer. , Don't force stud birds, 1etter to have one strong livable chick, than a dozen weaklings Early to bed and early to rise, is a well known proverb for human beings, but for fowls, late to bed, is better and more profitable, * 0 'The first and most importait part in breeding poultry is tohave good, strong, healthy stock to breed irom We oannot expect to produce hardy offspling from delicate patents. A hardy, robust breeder will give yo,'ng'that are quick growing, and quik growing young are by nature hardy, Inbreeding is said tobe the cause for much of the weakness in our pure bred stock, and no doubt to a greater or less extent this i. true; but it is by no means the sole cause, for in introducing fresh blood every year, unless. you are very careful about what you get, there maybe much injury done...
PLUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
PLUMBERS. F?. Pain, ]Mordinlloo, S' PHOTOGRAPHER,.. T:; Yuille, C'?Zla _ • . PRI. NTERS,' "News" Offioe, Cheltenham,., Tei, C]!oltenham, 21. POULTRY, J, Anderson, Mordialloc. * PICTURE SHOWS, rr?'s, Mi[ordinllool " Wilde, Ciilteiinhamm 'SADDLERS, R, hMixwell, Clieltenihnm.. ' I,-rV, Iiintar, ChOelsa; : .; . . ' TAILOIS,, , Tniaih nlordliallon. ' DI, Ew~wIl, City and :Chelsea. : : A. Ranlilu, i~ontoineh nd Cit:y ': nD, iomun Thil's1.roY na id Chdela. e . E. Hlaiund, Cheltenhain UNDl~hiI ITAJKERS. Ro~ .feroA,, Cheltehillm: ... . -" I'. IPowdI, Flu uidiilium;n, ' .'WOOD :&'COAL.' '. J. Fisher, Chellenlhamii., J, and C, aCuldi?ell, Mentonue. ' GENERI2AL. -Chff Wrki-:-J, L. Smithl Bontleigh. Motorsi-, Mofor (arage, Cheltonham, Puigs Ori'iffiths, Cheltonham. Saw Mills-J, and C, Caudwoll, Afini on'. T'onutd Sunce-o.--t' Smlih's.•
TELEPHONE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
TELEPHONE GUIDE 60 ' Abbott & Mason, Mentone. 110 Alcook, R., Beaumnris, - 10 Allendale Stud Farm, Mentone, 08 Alnatt, G.-T., Choltonham. 102 Ames;, R. L., Cheltenham. 158' Balderstono, J, T., Montone. 80 Balluntyne, J. M., Mordialloo. 48 Barnett, W, II,, Moorabbin. 240 Ilaxendnle, A., Mordialloc. 235 Bavington, S., Mordialloo. 6 Boamnaris Hotel, Belaumaris. 157 Boavis, G. If., Moorabbin. 155 Benaley, J. Choltnliuam, 1.70 Beck, J. T. 1)., Black Rook. 190 Bock, Vio., Blhuk lock. 111 Benovelont Asylum, Cholt, 184Y Billings, W, MA., Carrum. 100 Binglo, Mrs. 11. C., Sandring'm. 91M Bishop, F. C., Chelsea. 183 Black, A. It., Sundringham. 178 Blannin, A. L.. Blc31k Rookk, 177 BlencowoJ, J. , Mentone, 108 Blyth, Mrs. B . F., Sandringham 224 Bradshaw, E. If., Montone. 10 Bridge Hotel, Mordialloo, 97, Brigidine !onvent, Montone. , 171 Brown, W. J. C., Sandringham. 230 Buclhan, R., Montone. 91J Burrows, R1. M, Carrum. 28 Butler, J,, Cheltonlhni'i' 230 Cnmeron, .L., Sandringhain. 11 Ca...
BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
BUTCh-ERS. J. W1, Perrizi, Chelseu, WY, C, Bzimpsteuld1 Ileathorton, J. Webb, Mlordialloc. A. Poyiiton,' Mordzliroc, j)0j00 ·Bros, Mlozzdazo. H., H-ewetb, Cheltoziharn, J. Beazley, Cheltaizizain. A. Manrkrs, Carrzzm.
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
INDEXTO ADVERTISERS, * 13AKRllS. G. Rose, Cheltoeubur. 1, Gillespie, ,[ordi lloo. J, Hiali,? Chelsh, , J. Ronnie, Monto.o, 1B00TS, J. Matthiows, Cele,lonham. Os; Korlhovnl, Aspondale,. J. ',". Oibiour, Mordhillou. - ·ulli\'mi, :M~entone; ' JIBACKSMITIIS. A, Giuestl , C(iheltnham, r. J, ]itu ll, Moitoo,. A, IIorsfuil, Mordialloo. BTURI[DERS, Eto, ,J. I, Jefferson, Brightobn. W. M., Billings, Carium. .\V, rundy, Monlltone, J, Williamnson, Chellsoa. W, Adams, Morldilloo. P,. .II. Powoll, GChelsea, 0. and A, Contes, Chelsea, C; Brain; Chelsea.' .; Downton, Aspendale. A,.Jagof, Chelsea., 0. R. ed6aiorg, Brighton North, J. R, Valentine, Beaumnrie. J, W, Jones and Sons, Mentone,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
,w. T GILLESI'I BAKiE't .\ND CONFiFECTIONER, Mordialloo Tcleph:,ne cio C.heltonhau Bet birtnad , u. Smll leoods delivered idal 1?1, * " u Modiallio Heatherton Butchery I h re nv v a comiicnned buslue OLD DAN1 ONG ROAD, H? ~.R ! HrON. All meot supplied is ol the heit quality and pr;mpt deizvery is guaranteed WI C, BUMPSTEAD, Kismet Dairy. S OlH ELSE? A, Fresh c1ilk dlivlored Iwi?se dnly. E. A Opie ·cEanaw·bnlrJoursemacr. 971 MGeEMEIEIB5M Notice. I beg to notify the residents of Chelsea and surrounding district that I have started as GENERAL CARRIER All trains met, Address your parcels and goods to my care, and thereby ensure safe and speedy delivery, W. Dougherty, Chelsea Mrs. A. Bartlett, W)ODLANDS DAIRY, ,\lfil\ LF. AVE'NUE, Chelsea. B EGS to notivfy the public that she has re o eced a DAIRY at the ibshove ad. 4ree., Fresh Milk delivered twici daIly (l'Crea a ,IV 'i ,nh toa d F. W. Hunter SADD IE r Opposite Station, CH 1-1LSRA, Best miteri.. nuid, f oilernic chirles F. H. Powell, B...
HOW TO KEEP YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
HOW TO KEEP' YOUNG. IRnpld movement is not only a pleasureo, but,a necessity!," says an aullthority. "'lhe arteries need an xte sive flow of blood( at intrc'n als to: kh eli thn in good c,6ndlli n, for. they are constrlucted for the dl'ys when mni gainoed his food,'lly his flootness of toot 'and loegt.h of wind. They are liko,'plces bf rub ber lilplng which lose their clalstl cit lid aecquiro frnom the blood a ;llcerooutis dollposit,f, hif, hey n\verr tiro ditended., It Is. a well-rLcog. nised fact that n0uu is as oll:ds his arteries, If they are suplploe, ho feels young, And the o13' ly wy to Ioolp themnl Supple is to strotch Ilita bIy a full curro'nt of blood, through exrcslsing' the large lliilslo nIiassse: of the hotly."' It hhR been found in the aendaloinlo thalt dlancing as exercliso markolly,, anises aund ldei\'elops tio chetl;, re-I; idures tho waislt line anld nnrrows the hips whlloe 'nlarging the thighs anI, nihes of thIo'logRs: Ono authurity reuenlly stdted that. "it not ...
BLOODHOUNDS AND CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
BLOODHOUNDS AND CORliM~E, ~----+-- A report iurlo to Major ]ilchard ann, theo \i?ull-lknown breoder, hy tLhc sulprltotendent of police at Sahar unpur', United 1'Povlinoes of India, reilt.es how a 1bloodhound tracked ,down a dlncoit fgang who had cn capedl after n rolthery, Tho line of the clocoita' roetrent" was indicated by a qualitllly of misslles which tho robhors had dlisclardod, atndt tholog wans put' on tlih trail the next morn. Ing, with the result that ho tracked ldown1 throo men, whoso arrnest :lod to theo apprehonslon of tweolvo others. On anuother occasion .thBe hioinl provedtl' his valuo in very diflluiL cli'ciumstancsr . Uncolts were beatenl offin ill atitelCk on a bullock-cart, andti ten hoirs lator the animal was iplncd :on thelilr trail, Although thi footmnirkl s eilsod afteor 20 yni'ds, the hound rlads off. across' country until le camne to ,l villago, through which heo.passed, 'and ontloded up at p house hi a $ansla sottlemnont to, theo far sidOe of the village, wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
J. W. Jones & Sons Mentone Parade, MENTONB Carpenters, Builders, and Contractors Office and Shop fittings a specialty Mrs Cooper, DRESSMAKER, 'LI'AIN STREET -. HIGHETT (opposite Station) Ladies and children's dress material made up, Latest styles, promptnesas and moder ate charges, moerif your patronage, - A TRIAL SOLICITED, G. R. Hedberg Builder and Contractor Hemming St., BRIGHTON NTH, Estimates given for all descriptions of carpenter, ing work. Can ;e seen for the present at Snmith and Mitchell's job, Ohelten. ham. = -`' ... , - i--- .. .. -- ;- M, L. Ward 1'AMILY BUL'TCHER Point Nepean Road, CARRUM All slaughtering done by the pro. prietor, in the district. Thereby customers get one quality, and that the best Small goods a speciality F BZSI-OP General Storekeeper, 'etc, CHELSEA Iand for Sale, Houses and COamnips To Let. Insurances Effected. We have special opportunities for securing tenants for homus. Owneri wo't'd do well to place their htbsi,.,, in cur halnds. Phone, 9...
[?]y Woman Found in Sussex. EARLIEST MAN A BRITON. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
'V Worm an. Iound, in 'unsex. Il- l, . AN ,V! I I il , :I h lilli~l l ii?,l ll f li'niq c e('lliSO it: wL h .: c'4i.. arwl nl an:lonleo htlel&lt;: nearur ,I:;i't hoe.liliillng 01 tighIn tlith-nii y !:. I I, s\v i manl.;ind5 priian l,1( i di..s. '..li( hiiw, th i, diiover?, -e l ii" to ' Rliade had ,been Ele;, lflbed. hy 1., Hr.. ha; los ;Dawsoin, F.(I. ., ,to 1.11 • Proiglcal .,ocialy. T h 'Jll skull "is ' t'h e o de..J ex thi .)l'o lt it has com01e to I git, ol hr hin"h f O(h.rulnny~, mold Hlolyhunt' of' Lhe ;"caei n1n11." then ohlast ty'po of ilmn 0 - 1 Vlonltply klt0Wn. ' '' . .r .rl,. i)awsin said he u'as wnllking * o11ur-' PuoLwn .Columol," In -the Pa' it:.h of ]iehltclliltg,. Whetn h saW .1o. woikoleli-dlgging gravel for ,1 tlIn r1adils, 'One of thlen ganvo hinm al frttalbont of i humaln skull which tivy It.d j1Ist. dlscov0ered and hlad , hillntly "l)1rokell up and thrown -a way. .'.. :HIl 10ook)d: for, ad.1 iAublltiuonljlfly.l fout!l!, other p6ce5 of theo' skull. ie1T...
Pugilistic Contests To the Editor "Moorabbin News." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
P giiillatc Conthtse +" • - , , ? , ,? "?, Sthe Il ditor' 'olo Tbbia .eiVs" ; pily to the '.iomnc's ':lhris tan AIso, ciatitlli ii.i t "boil over" it fiaotollr f plblic :pIugilistl~ conte~ts. "Sieepy Johun Murray" iillst ansiuredly have scented "rats," Is he l."sle'per" partaner iii those highly remunerative sttudium-glina -shop l1-thiat he ti k etlh luch high iliglts of oratiory in thteiu defnce?7-ia sio, heli oughlt to powlliise li iiateresIt; 1d :minaike it a ldelatiles: 'ift to -soioe clirlitible ih sti.ute: to Ie liuniled the ilnaaiiluate fossil of somiuitnibulealt Johan Mliiriy: to I.rtli:a, the m.nlaking afreal men'oft the Alsltrdllais for all time, . * Well, th', this Seribbleri t?lt aiao thing :wluiiisoer to siay or .write nlaliinat boXilg," ItS i ailllily e1'er-. iriSO aitd useful equilpi eit to illy yoiung mann .Ibeghaiinig oil golg tlhilougha: life; andil wero I the paureat of naiiny sons, each. oatos f .theint ii ol.tid be tilight "the noble .:art of tielf-de fe?n?e" No...
LATE FOOTBALL OUR COMPETITION PRIZE WON BY T. W. PORTER BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
LATE FOOTBALL , OUR COMPETITION PRIZ'I WON BY T, W. PORTER BLACK ROOK. Amongst the conpons received for last matches, played on the 30th May, one was received from the above person, naming Caulteld with 127 points. The exact score was 130, and as we allow a margin of 3 points under or over, blr Porter wins,. 0. O" 5 Next Monday, on the Mentone re. oreation ground, at 3 p.m., the humorous event of thle season will transpire, vin., the meeting of the local team with the redoubtable Kerbstouno Ulniteds, hitherto un beaten, T'Io K(erbstones wil: give an exhibition of the game as played in the good old days, It is reported that, a laige squad of special police has been ringaged to keepl hack the bloodthirsty supporters of the Kerb. stones, who will appear each in a dis. tinet uniform. A specially fleet umpire is engaged; it is said he is a good bhnrdler, and can clear the fece easily if nocessaay. In case of the permanent injury of some of the players, a collection will be taken iup to d...
Dandenong Market. Tuesday, June 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Dandenong Market, Tuesday. ,June 2nd. Adamson, Strettle and Co, Pty. Ijtd. Alex, Scott anlld Co., 1:1d Jos.ephi Cllrko and Co., ioinjoiitly report: ''The usual supply of milkers -and springers, and store anld fleshy cnttle yarded, Milkers. were in good de mand, best cows selling fronm £10 to £15/10/-. Some of the prillncipall sales as follows.:-E, Higgins, 5 to £15 10/; W. II. Gardiuer, 3 to £11/15/; P. J. Webb, ( to £10; P". Einsledel, 1(1 to £13/15/; Selmni Ili'osF., 2 to £11; J. West, 2 to £I/17/6;( T. Madigrin, 3 to £9/12/I; Guts. Powell, 1 at £8 15/; T. Rogers, at £8/12/8 j B. Eden 2 to £8/17/6; D. J. Bomrke, 2 to £8 12/0; W. 0. Key, 4 to £8/17/6; and drafts for LTat. Conrigan and others, fronm £7/10/ to £8/10/' Springers. N. lonwmnan, 4 to £9//2/6; Leh C'orri gan, 1 at £7/1i/S; J. W. Dagnell, 2 to £/7/7/68: . Ilope, . to £7/12/6, Pigs.--leavy pigs to £4/0/; medium bL(oon, to £3/15/'; piorkers, heavy, to 50/-; light, 30/ to 35/-: suckers, in good deniand; best, 18/ to 36/; othe...
DANDENONG. SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
DANDENONG. SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary mleotiug of th' abovo was held last JL)nd.y .i the- Shire Hall, The' followin; Av-ro pru~ont :- Ihe Preside:it (Cr 'l,,'rs), rs Ai Qdade, Grov.s, Ai ot, P tar i f ..1uft:y[, Durdei. io i'sidetit apologised tur Cr'a R ii. 1 ld C,.eI as , CORRESPONDENCE. Fa n S.crearc y f r Iand i, re. I I:.-tiqi th i: c,.r]i ..il sutbmit viows Ite'.tiv to) applieation.received by ith deairtuent, for permtisdon to i,, ,:*' . flr'¢vi 'ro' ll reitervv for i'., purpoeil, D.iudenodg .:rriek,-R.'eretd to, engineer 'for o rt, . . . . . Fr>, U 'U lvft'n:ueat- Astronomiler, \'icioia, ie orection of a snmall ianeuotio observatory at police pad tduck , Dtindonorg.-Agreo d to, . rom ,ecreltiry Lands Depart min;t, thanking council for 'ction taktn re celebrations on Empire Uay.--leceived. FrVor Acting Stcretary, Vicpriaii kntllLftas, it draiiiage discharged 4ilo taitlwty lands, cloai to Sanduwn Piark railway 'tA6iin -Re pousi uility dio aimiWd l:ionu be;,tiury for Lauds, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Caudwell's SAW ANID LltJll)U I MILLS, Sntone & mirdlalloa J, & C, OAUDWELL bog to 'an. aounoe that they have just erected at their Mentone STimber Yard. a thoroughly up-to-date Saw and Moulding Mills, and are now pre. pareil to do all classes of Planing Mouliiig, Bench and BAND SAVING, etc, at MELBOURNE PRI ?,,,. .IND FOR PRICI LISTS, and p)rve for yoursclves that By PIl clhasing Looflly you will not ,nly Ioenlit your Olstrlot but will 8AVE fOINEY at the Same Time Furnihing & Builder'. Ironmongerg Oven Pa'ints Bpoutiug Oils Copl)ipers Colors Ridging Glass Tinware Corruatediron Brushwae Gil, a nd bl ~ak piping Red Gum Down PSpe Jsrrah Pumps Hardwood Litae Flooring Oement ,\ .sttirboards Brooks DoJos Latt~is .mashos B.the . onuldmngs Sinks ALL AT MELBOURNE PRIOES PLUMBING WORK Of t.€ey Descriptia done aiher by Tender at Privately, A Lioeneed Plumber Constactly rEmployed, :. GALVANISED IRON TANEKS A SPECIALTY J. and ( CAUDWELL Have well stocked Wood, Coal and Co...
GOLF MORDIALLOC CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
GOLF iMOKlAl0,LOC CLUB '1 h i 0I,'!. n111 toh with' the Dan* . delotict C'lu4hb -ill he playod cn !oe local linkH tI-day T ho competition for the tiophy pifeented by Mr J. B. \\ cfld will thke place on Monday, 8th in4t. (I uil?e lloliday). Competi tii ni for n.cilIy nmednls have been i istilnutel, rilri will be played.fr.van t;h l id a Htuid y in eveoy nimrth., ThIe fi'lc, 'il- t ke place on tl e 20th i, t. l"I i'Dl, was ployed at Box Hill lat aItu',1', ?ad leifCltd in a win S1:.' i .:c U abr. by 14 aces. Ap n.i ,,:?.:'.r.i.O. p 'O::Oafj E ,T S f 0 Gaft ... 7 6 Sl.ji I G'ifion. ... .2 8. air . 00 IMcDougull 34 . 0, ; . li. IJ Newton 0 0 C&'tprev;. & f~ -I. ^nicl ... 2 3 I 2 Si0 .O O .coke ... 8 3 Our telephone service is at your dis. posal; Someozo is at this end of tie ire day or night. 21 Oholtenham.