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A Remarkable Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
A Remarkable Strike. .- ---.+.--_. An uuusual form of strike has taken place at Sochaczow, a village in Russian PolFnid. ;the popu!la. tlion is almost exclusively .Jewish, and a now rabbi, who found his conregatilon too frivolously iny clined, forbade the holding of dancen in the place altogether. A deputa tion of ?yolng wonlon waited on him, and demanded that this pro hibiflon should be withdrawn, hut thie rabbi inemlnnod unyieldilng. All th.lle miarriageoable girls of the place thereuponl 'held a meeting and ro solved unallnilotiosly not to Wed un til dancing 'was allowed again, For two months thoro were no mrarrarigos in 8ochaezow, until at length the rabbi gave way.
Good Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Good Advice. The name of Elizabeth Fry has Ieen handed dlo'wn through the years with an undimmed and untarnished lustre, She represents the 'ideal woman; tender, yet brave and strong in trials a comfort in sorrow, yet one who dloes not condemn the lighter side of life, England glories in many good Englishwomen, and Elizabeth Fry is . pro-eminent amongst them, Her advice to wo men given long ago, is equally valu able now as then, She said: " I never lose any time, I do not think that lost, which is spent in amuse: mont or recreation, some time, every day )ut always he in the habit of behlg employed. Never err the least in truth, Never nay an ill thing of a person when thou can'st not say a good thing of her; not only speak charitably, but feel no, Never be irritable or unkind to any hody. Never indulge thyself in luxuries that are not necessarios. Do all things with consideration; annd when thy path to anet right is most difficult, feel confidence in that power alone which is able to...
BUILDERS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
BUILDERS, Eto, J. H. Jeofferson, Brighton. W. MI. Billingks, Carrum. W. Grundy, Menltono, J. Williamson, Chelsea, W. Adams, M[ordialloo. F. IH. PoweUll, Chelsea. 0. and A. Coates, Chelsea. C. Brain, Chelsoan, . . : E. Downton, Aspoenldale,. A, Jago, Chelsea. 0. rt. Hedborg, Brighton North. J. t. Valentine, Beanumarls, J. W. Jonoes and Sons, Montone,
COMPULSORY TRAINING FOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
COMPULSORY TRAINING FOR GIRLS, Should Australian girls be brought under some system of compulsory training to fit them to share in the defence of the country in time of wai? This is the query raised by' the editor of"Everylady's Journal" for June, and answorod by a number of leading oitizens. This forms the main article 'in the June issue of "Everylady's Journal," but it is by no means the solo attractive feature. There is, for in stance, a wonderfully interesting in terview with Peroy Grainger, the Australian pianist, who has made himself famous in England. Then there is a beautiful bit of Natnra study by bharles Barrett, a fine lesson on Crochet.Work by Mifs Card, a really valuable review of the month's fashions, and a dozen good domestic departments conducted by experts, to say nothing of many good stories, and a couple of serials "Everylady's Journal," which is rich in human and home interest, is a valuable sixpenoeworth.,
BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
I3UTCIIERES, J,~ W. Perriu, ChieIsca. W. C. Jnumpstend, ileathorton. Ji Webb, Miordhir~loc. A. Poyiitoi, Moriniltloc. Pauio iHroJ,, M~ettono, H. Hewoiett, Clieltoiilian. J, iBenzlo~y, Cheltosnbum. A. Manrks, CarvLlam.
Mentone Methodist Church SOCIAL AND DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
* Mentone Methodist Church SOCIAL AND DISTHIBUTION OF PRIZES. A social evening was held at the Reoreation Hall oun Tuesday last, and was largely attended. Mr C. H. Fairbank made a few remarks, after which a musical programme was contributed. The performers were : Overture, Miss Balding; recita. tion, The Little Midget, Alma Pol. lett; recitation, Harold Renshaw; reoitation, The Scholar, George Rod stead; duet, Snowflakes, Albert and Frank Peterson; reoitation, The Prettiest Thing, Connie Leigh ;reoi tation, Five Little White Heads, Ronnie Roberts; recitation, Pitty Pat's Prayer, Edn. Follett; recita tion, One to Carry, Reg. Roberts; song, Miss Ruby Harry; recitation, The Courageonus Boy, Jack Rodatead; recitation, Old Mlother Bubbard, Lois Roberts ; reoitation, The Stump Speech, Evelyn Parry; song, Prud ence of a Quakeress, Ettie Poterson; recitation, Hubert Bowman ;tabha', Faith, Hope, Charity, Senior Girls; overture, Nellie Renshawn recitation, The Little Mother, Franoie Roberts d...
TELEPHONE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
As. L4EhUONL UUIL)EI 00 Abbott &. Mason, Mentone. 119 Alogek, R,, Boaumaris, 10 Allendale Stud Faurj, Mentone. 08 Alutt, G. T., Cheltenham, 102 Amens, I, L., Chleltenham, 158 B3aldorstoue, J, T',, Montone, 80 Ballantyne, J,. M,, lMordialloo. 48 Barnett, W, II, Modofabbin, 240 Baxondale, A., Mordialloo, 33 Bavington, 8,, Mordiallo, . 8 Beaunaris Iatel, Reanumaris. 157 Boavis, G. ILTloorabbin, 1.55 Beazley,.J., Cheltenham. I.70 Book, J. T. D., Bl.ack Rook, 100 Book, Via,, Black Rock, 111 Benovelont Asylum, Chelt. 484Y Billings, W. M., Carrum. 100 Binglo; Mrs,. H, C,, Sandring'm, 91DiM Bishop, F. .C.,, Chelsea, 183 Bl'aok, A. HII,, Sandringhnm,. 178 Blannin, A. L,, Black,Rook. 177 Blencowe, J. R,, Mentone.o, 108 Blyth, MIrs. E. F., Sandringham' 224 Bradshaw, E, H, , oentone. 10 Bridge Hotel, Mordialloo. * 97 Brigidine Convoet, Montono,e 171 Brown, W. J. 0., Sandringham, 230 Buchan, R., Mentone. O1J Burrows, R, M,: Carrum, .28 Butler, J., Cheltonham, 239 Cameron,,i., Sandringham...
A BIRD OF DREAD. TELLING OF THE WEIRD "BONEBREAKER" OF THE BALKANS. Flut-flut—flut—flut ! [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
A BIRD OF DRIAJD. T'ELI1iNG 01' THE WEIRID "'iONE. TBfREASEiR" OF' THE IlAIiKANS, Flut-flut-flut-flut-nfll ! 'I'Th rattle of ri-,s-l), * !-,ng down the ruigged ( . :. , ltho. lut tor of a tranih . e,, ,iy cut tiug, 'Tlho.: ' ',* . . ..Th , 1, the oak woodi, ci'ra 0 , ,: upe* . cks -truly l *y . a:n ' ;,, " n ; "ll ants, if thoe fl !.t : . ; on thhir strel ri'i - . . ; : about hither a: , ... other speckfis w'iiei ' c .t . 'y bocome u till, a ',d .. . Th'ec :: . down on thn ditfitl' i... . ., '; all w's uis it lind !' ",: . :i'-oh, for the ipast thousin ll n ,',t , I Si')uppo. ! ''lo l ,,. io -crow, p:rchod all ' t l liln i yio .t'nlp on titi llghtning bla-torl d >,. , of an on'tre:; hnlf wI:ty tlow\; ,lv u slope, remained 1o mloved. I:t aI mensuro, he was in ilrccsted , in l,.e. nT'nirs ; had ofton brl'oulght tll tc to his olwn profit. Canlo ll 1 th': w \isper of wings, ndl l a parti-h ,. "i .":, l;':: io, all splck-and Rlmn dil bhltu:; e :il white, pnsfind himn, going hard i,',i...
PHOTOGRAPHER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
PHOTOGR APHER. T. Yulle, Cll~'ea N PRINTERS, "News" Office, Cheltenham. /r" Tel, Cheltenham, 21. , POULTRY. J. Anderson, Mordialloo. PICTURE SHOWS. May's, Mordialloc. - Wilde, Cheltenham SADDLERS. ,' R. Maxwell, Cheltenham. F. W. Hunter, Chlalsoa, TAILORS. J, Tainsh, .?Afordiallc oe, D. Ewen, City and Chelson. A. Rannkiii, Montono and City. D. Romain, Pit:'roy and Chelsea. ,. Hammond. Chiltonham, UNDIRTAKERS, Rose Bros., Cheltonhnm. F. Powell, Saijdritilghan, WOOD & COAL., J. i. Fishlr, Chlltlnhainm. J. and C. Cnudwoll, Mentono. , GENERAL. Chaff Woirks-J. L. Smith, Boentlei5li, •Motors--Motoi Garage, Choltonlanm. Pigs-- riffiths. Choltoenham. Saw Mills-J. and C, Cnudwoll, Mfontone. 'iin ,P ... No.. .CTvm Mlltlh., NurTi"-.h Nrse Clytn,', Mentone.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
IMlcpherson & Kelley ,237 OLT!N ST,i MT. I1O1RNE LbNSDL\ T.., IA\NDENONG and at " bW;',.E:v," .rliYE;TiIALLb ]ROAD, Ci[lII[?'EBNl[kb MIr KrIlbEY i'w be oonsu?ltd at W" iitr'i'u:hel d, ro Chad. ,h iluII, in Oti oven, iug; or' by apl)lPOint, .nt. Trust mui~oys to land at ourrentv rato k,. SULLIVAN BO0i' and SHOEIAIKER Repairs noeatly osu.to l, Workmanship guaranteeod Righlt o;pposito Station, :helsea Aspendai; Boot Repairing Shop O. Ke rcheval 0 ,p ?it l lit 'ati !ho.,i l CG s1i g, S N:.:P .iN RO\U Goli \V,\:;. o hlrate C:it 4res, I, Mturiel Robinson Certificated, trinity College, blusic, London ; M~atiC, Cert, of Londou IJvei,,,,rsity psli-w1 Vilits or re2·i:a'.,; pupils for Phno funt, 'a:o:y, H?rmony, At Orderly diUlni, Poiut Nepeau Iloavl, mt,:m1luham, aud at " Dl.keiih,' .Cnt~ e DUndeuoug Ki)?.i, Cuacltenhamu, Trni y ? a pllcatl3?. J. R, Valentine O \RHPIENTR, BUILDER and CO' N 'lRAC' ?uTR Beaumarls Estimates Prepared, Drop me a Line and I'll call, All Classes of Jewellery...
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 0., Rose, Chl~ateIahLurn ·V. Giic.-pio, M1\ordhlloc, J. Ilart, Ch~elsea. J. Retudio, Mlontoiw. h'OOTS. Su n, ~h'-· O I ~~0 · J, MuJdtthew~s, Clwltloiham, J. M.~ (Iilrncur,` Mordi~Elloa. Sullivan, Me~ntozno.
Terribly Tempted. A SE[?] STORY BY ANNUAL GRAY. CHAPTER XVII. THE DAY AFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Spted S., cORY BY i 4 . . ". AY. CliA ,'lltdf XVII. THlE sAY AFTER, 'iwro was so elch "consitent Inoon S...uacy," in o.,.,nel Stamer's charao .. -ai we,, lily ui ~ he term; he was s., .annge a Lu,;,ound of varied con t, ,i..:tions, tlhu u.tcr Lonore had gain cd sons res. b., sevp, she refused to acceps the uka.e he had pronounced Ig.anst 1ler. It hatd been spoken, ot corw5so, in a lnolluat of irlriation - of pabahlnlt cprroy'caused by worry, He neu\ver meant to soetence her. The good and evil qualities of his mind were so cur.onsly lonucd, that the good was sow.BimlC in th, aicndant. Why ahoukld it not be s'o now P His falso hood, fiokloaess, and selfishness must be glossed ve,', She must still sub mit to ths, iasnanation and sorcery, against whivh, morally speaking, her .oul rebell. d, b. ~:uso she loved him too tender!y to bie turl.st from his presenco, and survei iv. 1lo on his part had, however, never feltercd in h:s roesolve, and the fact that tihere'wld dulls, luore sllmllonso...
MARRIED v. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
The new c.rate had or?anieed football club, and the band was on the field to celebrate the occasilon of its opening game-a match, Married v, 'Single. The Bonedicks, mainly by. the aid of one Nupkins, w'ore loeiding Iby two goals at half-time. Just as they were about to restart' noews ,arrived 0f ta railway accident with Ittal resulta, . "I'm in a 'bit of a quandary, air," observed Nupkins to the curate., "My in..lssus' was in that there train," "Dear me, Nupkinl, I'm sorry to. her lt," ...was the reply, " You're natueally anxious to get away," "No; no; sir ; it .ain't that," oh. served ,the possibly bereaved one "I was only thinking that if any thlnk's 'appened to Emma I oilght to be playlng for- the single chaps this half, so I thought as lhoiw it'd bb better, till we hear for certain, I 1. referee." 1870,
Egg Competitions [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Egg Competitions SThe following are the results for, the week ending 4th June, of the leading pens in the various egg lay. Ira3ing competitions : S'BURNLEY The fowls competing- are of light breed, and feed on wet mash. Name Eggs for Total to week date J. Gill .,, 34 .. 233 J. West . 21 ,,, 2?l E. Lawson .. 21 222... 2 R Hay , 29 ... 210 H. Stevenson. 3' 210 H. Brook .,,, 23 .,.. a203 F, Pettigrove ... 24 ... 197 F. D]alderson .. 26 ;.. 194 Marville P. Farm 21t` ... 187 . S. Brown ... 31' .... 183 '&lt;~.-:I 3:,
POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
POULTRY NOTES (By LEGI'ORIN) Itaoh season, I suspect, finals the majority of us without ample coop room for all our heis and chicks, It seems to be a common failing not to be prepared. Sprirg is a very busy time with the poultryman 1 anyway, and we face a very vexing problem whlen we find at the last minute that we have several hens coming off, with no place to put them, The old coops just will wear out in spite of all we can do, and old boxes and barrels atnd what not, have to be pressed into service, with the result that an otherwise good hateb is ended up a few weeks later a failure, because we do not have a place to put the chicks whore we'could ca:re for 1he.i~roperly. The coop for hens and chicks has been a part anid parcel of the farm yard equipment back to our renlotest times, A painting or picture of a farm yard scene is never complete without the regulation "A" shaped coop with henand chicks. In all these years, however, there has neverbeen much improvement in the common r...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN - This is. suporvisod hy the Goiu ernnient experts, anid is reputed tn if1 the largeost'ompetition of iti kiind~: the world. ' ' ' ' '" T. 3Barron 8. 0 .37o n. Pope ... 3 .. D. Robertson ;.. ,36 3..i. 3'+O W, Purvis .,, 88 861 rT'. Barron .., '12 .. 57 II. Woodhead ... 30 ... 33' W. lnrvis ., 83 ... 38 Mnrvillo P. Farm 40 . 810 India,, . .,.. 28 ,, 29] " Broderiok Bros. 44; '.,, 281