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SPORTING. HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
SPORTING. IIARRIERS. TI e local cuh i a it lim h Col.urg harzers last Saturday, when a five-mile paper chase was IheIld. Tiwe Lather was very un settled, but the rain kept off till aftr the mLt had got hore. E. I,. Wi;esn, who w.s pace for the slows, was tirst ni.n home, beating , Cohuig tmant by a fhw yrrds, R, Kijl, ri., .he neixt man home for the club lei!ng 3rd. A. McAuley, who run withthe fasts, finished 3rd. The club is tntcrinrg a team in the fit'e-mlile novice, at Caulfleld next Slatuirdy, 8:veral of the members are hlvying a try at the sealed I!u:rf. I, r u hich is being run in conjuantiF' with the novice r:ce., Tit ne- -li chosen is as follows: McA ul y (capt), Wilson, Kirkland, 'cCo :r.ck, G. Simpson, S Simp son, ii. Simpson, Lawe, Warner, Andrrton, Williams ai.d Mcrtiman
SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
SEAFORD. SOn Friday the 22nd tlt,, Empire Day was celebrated by the Scaford State Schoolchildren. The parents arranged a picnic on the beach,and a socialevenling. A good programme was gone through, and many use ful prizes won by the children. Patriotic songs were sung Miss Pedler, the heed teacher, de'erves credit for the children's good sing ing, During theeve&ing tea anod coffee was served. The dancing and singing was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Mr Wilson, Secretary Seafo'd Progress Assodation, received a hrtter from the Commissioners, of Railways, informing him that they intend at an early date to improve the approach to thie goods.siding at Seaford. They will also consider the erection of a milk dock. °The Commissioners also state that the roads approaching the Seaford atat ion which are in a dreadful state, should he done by the council. Mr Wilson also received a letter from the Secretary of Lauds, stating that the Minister of Lands agrees as suggested by the Seaford Pro...
ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLY FOR DANDENONG SOUTH RIDING. POLLING TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLY FOR DANDENONGSOUTH RIDING. POLLING TO-DAY. The above question was disoussed at Aspendale on Wednesday night, in the. Racecourse. Hull, Mr. H. Hunter, vice-president of the Progress Asso. elation, occutpied the chnir,' -The at tendilnce was rather a small, but keenly interested, one, Mr, Stewart; on being introduced to' he meeting, was well received; he said the object of tho meeting was to put before the residents the objects and policy.of the company, whliih, in the event of the poll being favournble, would assist them in every way. lie proposed to show the advantages of. electricity over other'lighting and heating pro. ducts, principally gas and kerosene. He said an ordinary home with four rooms with electric light in eanch room would tost approximately' 2d. per night, about 5/- per month. A Rochester kerosene limp, (500 c.p.), would cost 373 for 20 hours; electric light, 8d, for 20 hours; 16 e.p. eleo tric light would run eight hours for one penny: cooking w...
BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
BENTLEIGH. • ~ o..? , " A very pretty wedding was cele brated at St. Finbar's Church, Brighton, on 23rd M!ay 'Ths con iracting parties being Mlr Patrick Walsh, second son of Mlr P. Walsh, Queenstowfo, co Cork, Ireland, and m iss Nola O'Flynu, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs O'Flynn, who was given away by Mr J, Brady, Bent. ]high. The bride lo ked charming in a cream chepe de chine costume, cream tagel straw hat, with ortrtch plumes to match. 'The bridesmaids were Miss Patricia Brady, and Miss K, O'lynn. V\iss Brady wore white embroidered frock, and Miss O'Flynn, a pretty white silk frock. The best ni an being Mr J, Kennedy; grcomsmam, Mr T. ,lorgan. The wedditlng party motored to the resl dence of Mrs J. Brady, where a sumpiuos wedding brealkfat w:as partaken of, the ohait mati I einff Mlr J, Geiry. After the usual toasts and speeches, the remainder of the evening was spent-in dancing Among the numerous wedding presents were bride to bridegroom, gold watch and chain; bilfegroom to bri...
SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
SANDRINGHAM. An a tempt will be made next Monday evening to resuscitate the Progress League which has not met for a long time. Mr Nichol the treasurer cf the old kague is taking an active part in the movement. No doubt the league will find the usual number of grievances to ventilate and improvements tosufggest. The meeting takes place at Peachy's tea rooms, In muny Victorian towns, the AN A, competitions are the most impoItant event of the year. Thil year the local Branch, will be hpld ing a series of comnpetitions for the first time. Prizes will consist of gold and silver medal( and will be given for dar Ocing, ecitin., instalumnnal, and vocal music ete, entries will be limited to children under sixteen yeats of age in the shire of Mdoorn. Ihiii. The competiticns n?e to be ihel on T'bursday Joly 2nd antd 9th~ and te: frlnancial bene6fit accruing is to go to tl e childoen's cont'alcscent holllH 81 Hntlitton'. At the police conlt yf.strliday boh fitj Me ,r. Field a~d 1ulmd, J.'s P,, ...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Football Notes. Cheltonham seniors play Caulfield D)istriot at Choltenha mtodrlay, when a good game should result. Uhelten ham toettm will be picked from the following:- Harris, Mewett, Beibl 2 Walt 2, O'Loughlin, Cole, Warbur ton, Fishler, King, Windso , Mathellr son, Johnson, Boklrer, tleso,; Towns; Lawlor, Maius 2, Spiers, Goald thorpe, .:. . It is rumnoured that 8. Mains (Chelteaham Junior's goal sueak) will not beplaying for a few Sataur days owing to injuries to his arm. This plsyerssoms very unfortunate of late, but ibis hoped that his in juries will not prove serious. Slater (of Oheltenham) played with Brighton (A.oo) against Port Melbouine last sturda~y and did ve?y well. Chellt.nham Jun ora iTrd .reqrts4e d to ntl:dlh the:, 2. p.m, train to McKinuon to-day; The ground is LEllin', Paddock. *** Cheltel.h'm Juniors toe n will be pioked teom the following:-T. Ba?ler (o), Bodley, J, Bbrber, S. Mains, Penny, H. Oa:smn, Teagle, Davis 3, Corbett. B]ownie, Taylor, Hewett, Harri4, W...
CHELTENHAM v GLENHUNTLY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
CHRTJTENAIM TH E N IIJNTLY The above matoh was played ~a.t Cheltenham on Saturday liist, and resulted in a win for the former, the soores being, Cheltenham 12-16, , Glenhunutly 3.2. During the first half the gaine was evenly contested, Cheltenham loading by 9 points at the interval, but the remaining two quarters were one. s ded, Cheltenham doing just what they liked, It would be a diflioult patter to name the best players for the winners, as the whole team played well. Perhaps speoial mention may be made of ,T. 'Barber, Bodley, J. Teagle, R, Carson, S Maine and R. Penny. Oheltenham Goalkiokers were: S. ,lains 4, T, Barber 3, Hewett I, It. Carson I, Wynne i, Harris 1, Taylor 1, ,
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
ASPENDALE. On Wednesday at the Chelten ham police court, before Mvssis Brownfield, Penny, and \arrict J's P. A case was heard, of des ttoyiug freesou the foreshore re serve, Air Kelly (of McPherson and Kelly) appeared for the prosecution the defendant was James Slater. Mr Kelly explained that this 'was the fiLat case of its kind under the fore ahore regulations. Slater was ea ..gfaged in removing a louse and in bhe course of operations, traver.,dI (Le foreshoi e, cuttingdown'a honey m~ekle tree. Inspector Shelley and V'r A. Jones gave evidence as to the cffetce. Slater admitted same, but stated he was not aware of ie gulations. A fine of £4 was im. posed with £1.1 costs. Mr Kelly intimated to the bench, his ap. preoiation of Mr Jones efforts in fecuring evidence for the prosecu. tion. The attention of readeia is directed to the advertisement of Mr IL. Baird Sho has recently pircolasud lhe News Agency from Mr ilRephearl, Mr Baird is now the authorised agent for the district, and hope...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
Enamel Sauce pans I A SPLENDID SELECTION Speoially marked below oity price. Judge Brand (Stevens) THOMPSON & CO Anglo Enamel Co. (CHAS. H. FAIRBANK) Blackmann's (Grey) NEPEAN ROAD, THE BEST CHELTENHAM THE BEST phoe 04 Clielt. Beach Blocks than Diamondds At Aspendale, UChls-a aud CU urn 'to secure one you I )It .t,t quickly £5 Deposit £I per month. W. A. TOWLER, Auotioncer, 406 Collins Stoet, City,. or Local Offioes, S Ph'.ine. Cntrl, 3720 The State Stores Limited Chelsoa ; ; A. "'\ALSH, Nu'aiger i(Late Dnn?an's8 General Storo, Post and Money Order Ofllice, S ;lso Wine Cafe Are oflei'itl.g ew tocks of Grocerien at lovest m arket rates,. i.... Our trade hine ,,,1,',v' ~i prklr Simpiovement under new manUagerne"tt A TRIJATL ORDFjI FOLICITFD--- ~mLI -I -"o, Cash Grocery Mentone Opposite Station. Phone Chelt 49 We call for orders, and deliver anywhere. ', *A Few of Our Specialties Primest Bacon, machine cut Fresh Coffee, ground on the premises Highest Grade Ceylon Teas Horse and ...
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
CARRUM. At the invitation ,f the Missee Saunders, a few friends met at the i" Mia Mla" on 'Tuesd-y ovning, and a most enjoyable evening was spent, i ames and singing were induled in Reoitations were also given by Mr R~ A, Colenso, who acquitted himself in his usual excellent and finished style. About midnight a very tasty upper was prar takeon of, Or Colen. .ii spoko in voey high praiseof the hosts anid expressed regret that Carnum was loosing Ihiee very esti. nnble young ladies whose services wonld be much inised on all social oCecao~oI.s Messrs R. W, Jones, H. l&lt;i;iby and MhiCaethy also expDlossed their regret, Mi, C I. Sharpe re (pnrded on I etalf of the isse S e 'tter', nitd tha keil the rpoeakers Ifor thld. kind and feeling rema.k?s \fcer .?iuinRg "Sloild Auldil Aoc rqutuiilu?ce be forgot,' theeom panua Iave three clee0,s0 o, the Misoes Saudtesa l an then. wounded thir'i way 1 hom e w ards ', ? Empire ])?.~. *'n's colobhr|iatd ii a mIost edllisiiist iQ mniner it lio ...
CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
CHELSEA. At the Cheltenuham police courton Wedneaday, Mr . ,J. Pundell was probouted for riding a motor cycle ona the footpath, on 38d 'ay last, Mr W. O, Griifltha gave evidence to the effect that at 3 p.m on the day muentioned, he saw defendant lidinu along thefootpath. Sevelal children weie playing on th' path, and were in great danger of beiang hult or per. haps killed. Hle (witnesA) called ipoii the eolist to stop, bhut no Inotid was taken, Mr Penny, J.P., inquired as to whether it was pos. mible to iide on the road, owing to repairs being effected thereon. Mr Griffiths stated that the lower road was availab.e. After further evi deroo had been given by Constable iMutray a fine of 20s was recorded. Ni' Hector Tause, dentist, an nounces that he will visit Chelsea, every Tuesday from 2.30 till 8.30 pm., where he may be oonsulted at thle sooms of Dr .'ogarty, The social evening held last Wed. nesday, in Brooks' Hall by the Mental Culture and Social Club was very successful, A large ...
HEATHERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 6 June 1914
HEATHERTON. A public meeting of residents was &nbsp; held at the Dingley Hall last Satur- day night, and discuss the question of a recreation reserve Cr Mills presid ing over a large attendance. Mr G. T. Allnutt submitted a brief report as to the cost of improving and levell- ing certain properties, comprising ten acres. After conversation and discussion, Mr H. Stookes moved that a resolution standing on the books, wherein it was resolved that 10 acres of Kelly's property should be purchased, be recinded. In speak- ing to the resolution the speaker, re- viewed the proceedings already taken by the committee appointed to con- sider various sites, that committee was of the opinion that taking everything into consideration that Desmonds was the most suitable, Mr J. Kingston seconded the resolution, and discussion followed. Mr Allnutt stated that on Desmond's property &nbsp; there was good turf and shelter, it was well fenced, and a fair sized playing oval would be availa...
Capped the Lot. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
'Capped the Lot. -4------ It happened at a dinner In honour of a number of famous artists. Fri volity prevailed, and soon thp con versation turned to art,, ?~nld one of them: "Tho other dayI I painted a little deal board ii Imitation of marble with such no curacy. that, on hoing thrown into the water, it immediately sank to the bottom." "Faugh I" said another., "Yester day I hung my thermometer on the onasel supporting my view of the P'olar region, It foil at once 20 odegrees below freezing-point." "All that is nothing," remarked the third artist, in concluion, "My por. trait of a prominent millionaire was so lifeliko that it had to beha shaved twice a week."
One for the Colleen. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
One for the Colleen. --4---. pridgot had Just come over from Ireland, and she had started to work at a large firm in Bradford,, (One of the girls who was noted fore h)olng unfamiliar with soap wan very aggressive to the young coh Iron, Siho had been teasitg her one dlinnoer-hour when a group of girbl 'vas watching, The ropartoe mIatch wnxed warm, the Yorlshie e 1?sa losing heavily. The finishing touchN cameo when Bridget, suddenly, turnitn to one of the girls, said: "What's this one's namle ?' poin? hing to her rival. " Lilly," was the answer. "What I" sald Bridget, iron~ic.ll "Jutdging by her dirty lace, 3'vd boen after taking her for a (ri never mind a lily.'t A great vat of portae bu?st da Ladyswoll Ill'owejy, ClUoti, RAnI tbu contotlts swelt. in a lodtl tJlroug? tlho brewery yard. A workman ht to swlm through the eqaphinf? )q to save himueoll from r'Owniil(,
The Home of Juliet. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
\The Home of Juliet, You read the following words on a tablet by the o.side of a tall and slender grey houso in a quieotstroot in Verona, "This was the home of the Capulets, from whom do. secnded Juliet, for whom so many kind hearts have wept and o.f whom the poets halo sung." A feow stops farther on the busy life of the old city Is, contred in the market place, and in the'one or two stroeets that load from it. You stand in front of the lightly hailt dwelling, and you look at thoslim nbalcony of wood from which bout forward thoe form of the radiant girl whose undying love story has echooed down the ages, .Tn order that future genora. lions may 'keep" looking-at this balcony, th Council of . 'Verona hlls tldecided that a ralllng' shall be placed around the hlouse and a watclhman stationed there night and day to okeep an eye on t a ad miring tourists, It is almost a caseO of lolklug the stabile door after the steed has boon 1stolen, says a contemporary, beocausO, most of the original ...
Character Reading. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Character Reading. ··---+---, A pointed chin is anid to ho a algn of craftiness, wirdoin, and dis cretion.' A soft, fat, douldfe chin shows son uousnais aind an indolent tempera monet. A flat chin showns a cold, hard nnture; a small chin indicates weakness, want of will power, and cowardtice. A retroating ehln is a li, a of silliness, and, if tho brow bo shal* low, of Imbecility. Whore the'aace holtween thonoso and the red part of the lip in short and very sharply cut t1 Indlicentes rfinement and. delicacy of percep tilon, but not .nuIch power, There is no force of inteollet whero this spa?e Is unusually short, A raIther long bIut not flat upper lip donotes an eloquient person, A very. long upper Ilp, . whicrl i flant, anti which Iclongs to a atraibhl:, or formnlessj, or too thick-lipped mouth is a nign of a lo' and vicious type of charactor. A square "nnl mnassive chin shown atrong and detormined will. The broad-chinned woman is faith
BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
BENTLEIGHi. On Tuesday night at the Publio Uall the Hibrniau Society held a successful dace,. Over eighty couples were present, the music being supplied by O'Brien's band. The floor, as usual, was in excellent condition, and the affair was unani mously' voted even a greater success than last year's, whioh is saying a great deal. The idea of purchasing a new organ for St. John's Church is being rapidly pushed to fruition, Many donations have already been given, whilst a large number of p omises have also been received. On Thurs day night a concert was held in aid of the fund, at which there was a crowded attendalnce. A company from St. Jude's, Carlton, gave a very effective rendering of "Country Cousins," whilst local talent contri buted songs, recitations, dialogues, etc. A public meeting in advertised for Thursday next to elect trustees for the new recreation reserve.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Caudwell's SAW AND IUIIUjaIMS MILLS, iMntone & mordlalloo J, & C, OAUDWELL beg to am. bounoe that they have just erected at their Mentone Timber Yard. a thoroughly up.to-date Saw and Moulding Mill., and are now pr.. pared to do all classes of Planing Moulding, Bench and BAND SAWING, etc, at MELBOURNI PRICE?8. SIEND FOR PRICE LISTS, and prove for yourselve that By Purchasing Loally you will not only Benefit your Districot but will 8SAVE hlONEYat the Sawn TJe Furniehing & B3nildeor' Ironmong?ry Ovens Painte Spouting Oili Coppers Color. Ridgqing Glass Tinware Corruatedirog Brushware ,Gal, and ;" b~ok pipig Red Gum Down Ptp.s Jarrah Pomps Hardwoed Lime Flooring Ooment W..,therboards Bricks Doorsn Lath Sashes Bath. Mouldinge Sinks ALL AT MELBOURNB PRI?IQ PLUMI3INO WORK Of every Description dor eBiher by Tender et Privately. A Lieenied Plumber Co?neatlnty Emplo~yed. GALVANISED IRON TANKS a SPECIALTY J. and . CAUDWSLL Have wll stookedo Wood, Coal and Coke Dopotpes A...
SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
SANDRINGHAM. About forty residents assembled last Monday evening at Peachy's Tea rooms with the object of rdform ing the Progress League, The meeting throughout was most enthusiastic, an:d the success of the body seems assured. At the sag. gestion of the Convener, Mr Batter bury, the chair was taken by Dr Leary, who explained the object of the gathering. Mr Colligan moved that it was decided to form a Pro gress Association in Sandringham. Mr Weston suggested that the name should be Sandlingham Improve ment League, Progress Leagues were too common. The amend ment was rejected, and the motion carried. Mr Aarons proposed that the subscription should be as low as possible, he suggested one shilling. Mr Nicol proposed 2s 6d, and Mr Comming 5s., After much discuss. -ion Mr Nicol's motion was adopted. For the office of President DrLeary and Mesars Rogeirs,'Jewell, Colligan were nominated but as the last three withdrew in favor of Dr Leary he was declared duty elected. Mr Jewell was made vi...
How to Speak to Your Remote 'Descendants. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
HIow to Speak to Your ;moFlto 'Descendants. -4----·--- \ nare told that the Moderoln iIs-. torie Ilcords Association has form ed .)r ril plin of..dolliveoring res s.Oges for iti mrnmhbers to theior 'de. :?'eanuts uO0 years from.now, T\Xo V?"·i:)loles of durable Japanese' vel lu:m have been, sent to oach mrnm ber, with the roques that gonealogi canl. memoranda, messages, and pho* tographs be enclosed,' The sealed onvelopes wVill be deposited in loadl lihed stel" chests, One will be etored with the association's col 1 ct ons in to New York Public *i 'ary. Acoppurplato inscription I; 1 :lcct that tho'chest be opened ,, ra (, hones, The secondl chest .ii he put in a vault near the' .I ,,yrnmld in Egypt. In this -h*e insurance is takeno against .2!o destructlon by war or . u:. .,1 cases. The chests will also ollit ?,: cioments, tablets, and pho o.:r; rlating te affairs of the :resent year.