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A SURPRISE IN MATHEMATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
A HSlII~llPIll IN. A'31AI'i3MIATICS. Sll3lplngff .n alitomlolll o aid aii unr'olla.no were In'llng arosuLnd the.l world, - thu ' i1tullo&tJ0bi' r'.llll. nl(llg; I ne., a'D l IorIlln,0 a f3 . lisl t!uc of rll lonOim ?tel 2 ,0(i0 11il1;N, LI111. thu norolphiob a0l1l3( 1i10 t .a . ,l.,, ari ' lli i 1!! .1 f 811,.ii , O0l('.Inltilh Iilh ,Iu1 to0 it, ,fow. mlUh Uling0 rl wohi (3h,11 .in t(ho'h la ? "p , No ati .I liliiidlt"1i3, 01lio wouldI thinli, hilt '1'. 1iiinl!fy ins'l?gllfniinnt, Ii a imlhi pl, e'lliilai61i .wllltho?¢, ifor the dfllir',. •on lin- thei tih o pathI, piIIi will lhe floid tlo o1 (h!ptwo!illt 1,li0f1 , ll' l 1111t,1 11o00 tlhil Ihllit 1 uill) il in1'1r o) :lio, illitoinobilo, wfll ci l 1 clr'el.cy worth inolitionliigC.
DRESSMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
DRESSMAKERS., Mrs. Cooper, ighett,. ESTATE h AGENTS,. , Lossing, Chelsean mW. P. Fairlam, Cheltenham, SmnallW tud. Edwnllls, Mentone. I). White,.: Mordinlloe. ', J, Newton, Mordinllo,o W. E, Looker, Mentone. R, W. Wilto, nAslpondale. M. 8. Lanniian, MoIht'die. Callaghan and Co., City. S, J, Cook, Chelsen, . WV, A. Towlor, Chelsea,
THE STENTORPHONE. TALKING MACHINE THAT CAN BE HEARD TWO MILES AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
THE STENTORPHONE. 'IALKIN(G MI.\(:llI[N 'PITAT O(AN Ull, HI'AIltD TWO MIES AWAY, . An "Express" r[preonntative wnas Invited Lo stuff samp cotton wool in hisl ears andat notdd a .votco trrhd of the stentorphone, : The stentorlplione is a. sort ol long-distanc griamollhone, with a funnel like a ship's ventilator, and a comnpressetl air attacliiornt to its sound-hox, The Inventor is 'Mr, H, Ganydon, and when an. "Express" representa tive ventured into his workshop at Penge he was flnguorling the comn. pressed air tap, while the stentor. phone announcedl to everyone resld. lag in the urban district area that it '!heard thea calling it," The inventor glanced at a pros. sure gKauge, drew the pressman to warde him, and mnade a megaphone with the pulms 'of hilhands, i'Hhe. s only working on a pressure of six teen pounlds'to the square Inch," he shouted(, "but I could 'lot her out to forty:if I wanted." l.r mercifully refrained, antd while the audience cowered in a .corner uind dodged the sl...
EDUCATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
I"IUCATIlONATJ,. herr Fohici' (riinging),- Mentone. Miss. CaUdwlldW (piano), Mentonie.' [lifih School, Mn~utuono Miss Robinson, Cho~teninlax... FRUI'PNkIlk:ERS 9. StephnnS, Mhontoneo, J. RL.Bond,; C~helsean, C. Chinpnin, Chehejiani.wm S~. ~.nFihla, M~entonie Co-operative StOihes, Che;ltenbiml ·Thompson~ and ~1o., Vheltenliam, A~bot~t nii n sonaicl, Menatone> Iul~oynold~ Bvo~;, Mosorabbbin Mrs. Woobilu, Ri~i~;igblt.a FP, Sh~ephierd, ASipoI~dIIIO. Mrs. Ewins, As~pendalo. Service tindl 1lhliott, h·1irihton,: Ii. J, Jone~i, Chelsea, r~ Bjl/ppChej~ lsea W.rt .torney, Chlelsea., C. 1,~renno, (Ihlt rdiain, lv, 'Hillot, Murdinlloc'.nin J.? M. 'La dii., tleeiinujrls N·'at 01ional Miajiallrelois :uNd~plpia ('oiill, Melblourne., f~leex i EG n~lab.re ik cen Chieltenhain ,IL,. .C. ~ric~e, Menatone. P. Bscikhoccss,'v, (tjf :i· f~ 7j'rIVII S'1'l\II4ES.: J. A. F'ltchlcr, Aispeudele. .1, BMnrphy, Checltenlln in. PI. I~aiie, Aspnc~dalle. Irni;~onts' Tonlic, Sydiney· C tc dcitiir , 3\eh 1cl~o )1lf~...
How the Black Watch won the "Red Heckle." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
How the Black Watch won the "Red Heckle." - +------ Fo over a hundred years the regiment variously kliown as "the 42nd," "The Black Wtatch," and "The Rloyal Highlanders" have worn a decoration in their feathered hats distinctive of themselves, The other Highland regiments hivo a "hocklo" of whito feathers, which passes up the left side of the full dress bon not, and surmounts the dlarlk plumes with which the bonnet is dreased, The "hockle" of the Black Watch (with which is now included the 78rd) is rod-a, vultu~io plume, Tihe history how the distinction was gai!ned should be more generally known than :It sle, The regimoet was in Flanders in 1791) ; and it had already, after years of trying service, proved itself to lIo thoroughly dependablo in the most trying circumstances. It had so inspired confidence in the army leadelors and its valour was consider -d so invincible that it was liable to hIe called on to perform duties whlcht would not have boon expected from other corps, It was ...
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
CARRUM. A very pleasant day was spent on Monday, the occasion heing the post. poned Empire day pionio for the school, which proved a great sucooess, The children assemblod at the scohool ~at 10 o'clook, when Cr Colenso gave a short address, and the childrea ,alated the flag, after which they made their way to the hall, where lunch was provided by the ladies. The children were then taken to the sports ground under the pines, where a capital programme was provided for old and young, Master E. Ellis winning the ohampionship of the school. Muohamuseomont and great interest was taken in the 100 yards challoengeo race between it, Grieve, as )aisy Jerome, and It. W. Jones, as Harry Laudor, which resulted in a dead lheat. Further contests,. are likelo!y to ensue betwoon these two fleet.footed gontlemen, neither boing satisfied with the result, The ohild. ran were again taken to thle hall, vwhere tea was provided, and in the interval between tea and pictuires the children rendered eOVO'eral ...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
OIORDIALLOC. At a meeting of the Literary Society on Wednesday night, with Mr F. L. King in the chair, and the RevHugh Jones and Mr Nioholson as judges, the subject of "Freoetado v Protection " was debated by the Mordialioo and Presbyterian sooieties For Proteootion, Mcs Rodgers and Messra MoPhate and Godda~rd, For Freetrado, Mlessrs L, Nioholson, R. Sillite,, ana H, ihilliips An ex collent debate, greatly appremuated. by tho ra'ieonooe, O?ed in n win for MordiaAio, LIst Monday the local band hel what might be cormoetly teriucd miniaturo carnival. A 1roces-i n led by tile band was formed near the station included in whioh was some fancy and really starfling costumes Tho nmnbor who took part in ueni procession was containly very limite'! bIit the grandour of the dresses made up for this do,.eieuoy. One special fettur, of this display was a some what artistic or prhaps inartistic parody of a lhorse siuppot:ed to be on of thoseo nibarnOlC tu0od wanderin:. osttle, which the counicil, it...
CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
CHIELSEA. The ordinary meeting of the D)istrict Benefit Society takes p,,ce on Ivlonday night at the Klmaet Tea Rooms, and will concluuie stih a progressive euchre purty f:r prizes kindly donated by 1vles~ts Lessing and Walker, At a meeting held on blouday evening at the Post Office store to discuss the necessity of imwedi. ately taking the necessary sreps to have the 8.1,, Mr J, Glostor le tained in his present position. It was decided, on the mo.ion of Messrs Black and T'rouell, that a deputation, comprising the follow: ing gentlemen, viz., alesars Webb, Black, Frewin, Touzil, Walsh, Saw and Howard wait on the Rail' way Commissioners the next day (Tuesday). The petition in favor, signed by over 300 residetts of Ohelsea is also to be presented. Mr W. S Keast, M L A., intro. duced the deputation and read the petition. Mr Fitzpatrick said that ha could not receive them as a Ide. putartion, bu? out of courteay he woulu brant tlhem an intrview. He was very pleased to hear that one ot t...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
GENERAL ITEMS. Co(utrl of, the Foreshore,.-Thy Jands D4artmetL is stillo uiisideliig a schemu to obfain contrpl of the foreshiore, if the statlmnent of a oity daily isbased; uponsa firm foundatioun. The.paper mentioned even suggests that the Melbourne HI-irbour Trust will eventually be in full charge, this will be when the Moorabbin and Dandenoung councils are non-existeont or a suificient number of members of Parliament can be found to abolish munioipal control. Benovolut Asylum.--At the usural meeting of the committee of manage ment held. last Thursday, only routine business was traBnnosated. The superintendent (Mr' A. E. Laver)'reported that the insti"tton at present contained 375 males and' 285 females. Total 660; Mr E. T. Penny's offer to give some super vision to the oultivation area was gratefully accepted, Methodist Extonsion.-At the ad. journe1 quarterly meting of the Mloorabbin ciroult thirty-four oflicials were present, and decidedc to re commend to the conference that th...
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
ASPENDALE. The proposed schV-:iWm fP,r ing electricity to th' dihto. advanced a further e~utg: le urday, when a Pobli di th payeis was taken tu ascer?i they were agreeable to th, C,' giving its consent. The was : For A . Chelsea .. ... 117 , Carrum ... .. 4 4I Aspendale .. 170 (0 3,13 12 Attcntion is directed to an a:'v , sJsewhere legarding c'r RHain a cn, didaturo for the ensning August electionas, A report of the last meeting oi the Progress Association appears on ,ur third page. In our advertising columns, ~It .i, J. Richardson, notifies that he is uti able at the present moment~, to oi?e' his services as a municipal rep.tslni# a tive. This anllloulromont wil be ro.retfully received by quiti a larFe number ofresilents, who had hoped he would consent to nomination, be lieving that hle would make an enoergetio and conscientioua coun cillor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
J. W. Jones & Son Mentone Parade, MENTONE ,Carpenters, Builders, and Contractors Office and Shop fittings a. specialty Mrs Cooper, DRESSMAKER, TRAIN BTREET -. IIlGIETT (opposite Station) Ladios and childroen'a dress material made up, Iatest styles, promptness and moder' ate chbarges, merit your patronao. - * • A TRIAL SOLICITED. G. R. Hedberg Builder and Contractor Hemmiug St., BRIGHTON NTH.I, Estimates given for all descriptions of carpenter, ing work, Can be seen for the present at Smith and Mitchell's job, Chelten. ham, M, L. Ward FAMILY bUTCHER 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 aspeciality - ,~' 't t ~, r :~~ General Storekeeper, etc. CHIELSEA Iand for Sale, Houses and Camps To ILet, Insurances Effected,. We have special opportunities for securifng tenants for houses, Oiwrners would do well to place their busihess in our" hatids. Phone., 01M Ch-lt. Solid Le...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Enamel Sauce paiv I \ ' SPLE i: ELCT[ON I !.p.oiully a,; below oity price, Judge Brand (Stevs) t IOMPSON & CO Anglo'Enamel Co. (CeAS. H, FAIRBANK) Blackmann's (Grey\ PEAN ROAD, THE BEST (l.:iCHELTENHAM 18 THIS FOR YOU? The greatest aid you can give your,. newspaper is your JOB PRINTING. If you do not feel able torun an advertisment, surely you can afford to give the news paper your cards, dodgers, billheads envelopes, and all business printing to exeoute., The 1ewspaper man needs it, and it helpes him to pay his printers for setting up thousand and one free noti el he gives you and your town, but dout give it to tile printer or job printing offioe that can give no such return, and is~ spending neither time, money, or brains7 in helping you to build up your towun. The time may come when a newspayer can live simply on the revenue derived from adver thing and subscriptions, but no or dinary paper can exist without the hnux!liary support derived from job pninting. Therefore, if ...
GENERAL JACK FROST. THE REMARKABLE PART HE HAS PLAYED IN BIG WARS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
GENERAL'JACK FROST. '1'111, ItEmiAltKAlIH,E PAiRT (18: IhS PiLAYED IN 111(1 }\Al.S, 'horo hal s hardly :ovor heoil a Euroloan wlIar o0(n )a tls)lcal0 Ini whlch (loenrl rl ack torst has not talikon a hand. IN' AN TCY OlIIP, (ho back rn coalury, Elghltoei hlin 1drod an(' t (wolvo was thlo ,~'ui' wV'ho JK"llllon10u mado up his 11uI1iId to In ',nido ITIussII. BforI'O startlng ho was cel?full to inqulre of tho o x morts at what .datlo wintor., usually ,iol. i Inll Houhl.hlrn,Ilhusla, T'hey 11tohl hh t11h 1111md110 of Dorombor, It was on J1un110 4th thnt ho ilnvadetl( IRussin with 000,000 101of, mI(d 110 roeoileli 3To?ibow on Soll tobnfe, 14th1. q'l'hai;nlght fll, broke 'oul, nd withliln fhvo 0ny's tho clty Wun hUrlntl to ,tho groullnI, T?,Oll tho(n ha ,o1'01111lod 1unt.11 Octohor 18th hIotEoi'o colauoucig hl Iri trea11 't, In tlloh (llnfit wook of .DouollhoI bho galn thi wor(L fIroslt wh11h 1hUIrop( h11( 1,nown- 1 for thrle gOllOratltiOli, Tho TIhalmes froz.o fromn its sourco to th, son....
ASPENDALE. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
ASPENDALE. PROGRESS ASSOCIA. TION. There was a large attendance at the monthly meeting of members, held last Saturday. The. president Mlr.F, J, Funston) presided for the tirst tine since his recent ?ocidtnt, airId members gave him a cordial welcole. At a later stage the chiLag!e, express.d thanks for the :lociation's letter of sympathy ,; hilst he was suffering. CORRESPONDENCE. O;·u) Secretary of Foreshore 'r?-r (iMr Percy Evans', stating , 'a ',i,?avors were being made to ,c?cu:'ise swimming and life say ing, aNd the Trust would be glad of th.e c ?eratiou of the association arid ?':uojl committee. The idea we;j , w trange a yearly competition mnz?:l?'r all schools in the South roiwn. Prizes would be offered, talso, : hield. On the motion of l.¢s :, Keith and M'Coy, the co o.,iti m, as requested, was granted. Fro: A. K. Sambell, forwarding coples v, his report on the proposed Peniubuu water scheme,--Mr Fun ston dr,;v attention to a report which ?a?oeared in the 'News" last week c,,:...
Compared With the Venus of Milo. AMERICA'S MOST PERFECT WOMAN NEVER DRINKS TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Compared VWith the Venus of Milo. AMERrCA'S MOST PEIII"ECT' WOMAN NVER DRilNKS TEA, . Out of four, hundreod and fifty glrl studonts of Cornoll Univerlsily Miss Elselo. School, of' Ilrooklyn, is: ac clalmed the most perfect , womtial in AmerlclL-on a 'copaiurison, of .her ptroportions with those o .tho' Vonii ,to Milo. Dr7 Esthor Palrker, of C'orhoill, says Miss. School is nissolutel w\ith oult deofects, and uniust'l ez" b ::,e h prize annually given to Ain3'il?"?' most:ljerfect woman., Sho is tweonty-flve year's of a?,o, weighs 1711b,, and is 5ftn, in, l hteight, Hor natural cheost ieoamuro mont is 34,,(ii,, h]er wlsais,?0.10 ., and, slao s .j.4(!,) Aout thoe hips. 'iho is light-lhnioted, and. hus bluo-' ov' andi a ivondlorfully cipear Lorn:1i Žl;in. Althouagh, MIss School, i;4,tefllm', "she I n'Iror thei. 'pi'oi frtii' s: " of tho oit?ois do M1Ilo than yit w. t. iii at 'Cornell since, ~)r '.)nrlr hiiu ifhot onibti'octei, wittithe fi all ITi hobby is mot irng, ?em fIavot' Ito sl)orl...
Joke told Against Doctor and Chemist. R.S.V.P. LETTER CHARGED UP AS A PRESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Joke t(ld Against Doctor and Chemist, [L.S,.P. .L]fTTER, CHARGED UP ASF A PRESOCRIPTI'ON. Paris is telling the following story wiL/h groat gusto against one of. its meictl. apecialists and a prominent chemist. A patient in the excess of grati Iludo for relet from gout wr.oto ask Ig lhis speeiullst to dinher. In due course the reply came, but tihe reciploent could not make head or tall of it. Was 'the doctor coming or was he not ' . The housekeeper called in to as sist hnad a bright idea, "I will take. the letter to.a chomn ist, who is used to doctors' hand. writing." she said. The idea was adopted, and the housokooeeper took the letter to a chemist. "Can you make this out, please ?" she asked. "Certainly, madame," the chemist raplied;' and disappeared with the letter. - In five minutes he returned-with a package in white paper, which he hihanded,over the counter, "That will be 5s, 6d,, please, With the bottle,"' heo said politely. 'rThe housokeeper, it is said, *looked at him in sil...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
- DEATH BHONW,-Oi tIle 11lth Jun,, at' St Kil(ra. Emni y VicIwria, he ved wife oe Can1' a Jlro?vlue, ti or, ..of Cillerudon m:ieet, boutli lenoilrnoe; and slater of Mr j . A.. Jiu1, CuJ ea, aged 53 • . , . " o. ' ~avemonta BERAN'T--In-loving memory of our J dear brother,' lIrnet, who dopartedd this lifo on ti 11lth June, 1913, at the Iomopathio Hospit;.li (result of street colhsion) Wo oftensit and think of ydu, doear Ernieo, And think of Ihow you died. To think we could not say goodbye, Before you closed youer oyos His oeherful smile and kindly ways; Are ploeasant to recall, He lhand a kindly word for each, And died beloved by all Insorted by his loving sister and brother. in-law. V and A T Follott. iontone bf. 1 ews SATUI1DAY JUNE 13, 1914,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS RIEPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally, Every article at City prices Circulating Libraty. Latest Books, Licensed to sell stanmps, Telephone, Chelienham 75. Agent for 'I the best makes of Pianos. 0 xpert advice, . SATURDAY, JUNE 2flth, at 3 o'clock - A-; · a ' Opposite Station, CtliYgA Important AUCTION SALE of B. iness aad Residential Property. undir instructions from thb various owners, oolprisin :-. Lot t--Corner of ,lain-road andt thi :rmni--lllotinnt 45 x 141, abaolu~tldy te fliest business psitioi in t .ii.a 1adlyl i:provina district Lot 2-3 frontaires to the S.rand, 3i ,b, .ni' Cnam.street, lani 50 s l22, with bungaiow, coutniaing 3 rooms, trected theron. No bt.: posit on onl the whole of this bhautiful b. ,:h Lot 3--Tooe Cb.lsea CoffEe P:tlhee, coataioi:;g 1 rojm.s, and de:?ah.:1 b.:. lo-,v- 5 :-.?? :0 ',r.,!s) ,? T,:T a: : p 0, '?hrin-ro? , u al y o1 , : JLot v--.. N " i ,.o a , ?ri nl Lb e...
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
MENTONE. ' tRoiv, W.R, and~l Mrs Cooling a?re expected to retnif to thF parish at the end of this month, A welcome social will be rranged, •and Ralso. a farewell to Re'e. G, W, and; Mrs Kelly at the same time. A grandson of Mr S, Marsh made a snddon, disappearanoe from the township onj oednesday, He had been staying with his relations and left as usual for sohool, He did not arrive home as usual, and uponin. veastigation he was not to be found. Lato the same night he was found at Spencor street by a cabman, who oommunicatod with the police, The relatives arrived promptly, and the lad'd father, took-him to his home up country, the gtandfather thinking it wisest not to aoepb further respon sibility, We omitted to report, in conneot ion with the Empire day celebrations that the late corrospondent Mr G, E. Edwards, was the recipient of a neat present on the occasion. Parents and scholars combineud and obtained avery handsome olook, which was presented to. himni by Cr Soudds, In the cour...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
CHE'LTENHfAM, The local branch of the ANA. hold a theatre night at the competi tions in the Athenaoum Hall last 'Tlhursday night, abont thirty mren. bets and friends attending, wand on joying the.nsolves so thoroughly that arrangements are being made for a final night next Friday. Tickots are obtainablo from the oommittee. The football olub held a sooial and dance on Thursday last, when thoi'e was a largo attendance of members and friends, The affair was voted thoroughly enjoyable, and the fiianoial result is oxpeoted to be antitifaotory. Musio was supplied by O'Briea'a band. S, Gouldthorpe I oted as M C. Great oledit is due to the ladies conuinittoo, which worked so hard to ensure success. A few days ago .Mr O. A. Kvigh fan, a noted auiitholioity on mushrooms, Neonae'l a splendid sample of his favorite vegetable. It measured 12iu in diameter, weighed 21bs, and was perfectly soaud. It was hung for show purtposes for a few hours, but the temptation was too strong for a prolonged exhi...