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CONFECTIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
CO?IECTIONERB. aMrs. HAyes, Jleonono. Ir, Poterson, .Mentone. I,;., I1ippon, C heltenham, \ Tlsi T ';ulr, C. hl;seona frs., Thomli.on, Cheltonham.
DRAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
DRAPERS, Ii;. Foroinan, Cheltonnham., 'Miss $hepherd, lordialloo. Miss Neill, Mordialloo. Abb ott and Mlason,' MTontone,'. Riiehlnrds and Co,, Me[lbourne Mir'. Spooinrc; Aspeiidaleo, '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
"2 s"] ..?'A"'?":4. .i't , F J. Newo n, House and Estate Agent, Mordialioc Phone 121I Chelt. Moorabbin Co=Operative Society LI.MITED Largest Stores in the District. =O[NT N PEAN ROAC D, CHELTENHAiAM Ph ne, 18 Chelt, Csh prices lowest in the trada, Caah bonus paidl on all your purchases half.y-.arly Call and get pariiculhrs, Bejt White Sugar, A-d per lb. as 6 1 doz Brest 150 teCl Keroene, Shall, Light of Age, 3s ilid tin' Bet SaBug., Inpioca, 2d lb, is gd doz Best Otmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Pea, 1id lb, 2i 3d dcz 'Fi-st Pick" Tomato 'auc.' 5"i, 4. 91 doz, Flour, :sy paper, 25 71,, 5oibs 5j 3.1, 25:t)s calico, 25s D i, 5olb- 5E 6d Oar own Special Blend Teasc, a, rs 3d, e 6 1 L.owest?, M .'r: R. .ft: ore 1an, P,.1-?i r't1 (),. \Vhr a', Mj'aZ, Barley :,1.! .l:P,," i:ralnming, Peas tDunr awu, Yu kInle Hesus. Blood meal, L:nIi~v m~uure, 'iraw, C'ae Barley, and a I o her produeo, ROSE BROS., .=m PURNISHINGi UNDERTAKERS ,.:i CHARMAN ROAD, CHF.LTENHAM, Funerals Conducted in any partof...
CHELTENHAM. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
CIHELTENHAM. POLICE COURT. At the above Court, on Wednesday before Mr Cohen, P.M., and Messrs Brownfield, Penny, Barnett and Davies..J's P., the following oeases were dealt with: DISHT, G, Wilke sued L. Canty for I1-11 for board and lodging and money lent. Canty did not appear, and a verdict was given for the amount with 5s costs. NON VACCINATION. Constable Shields proceeded against N. Scott and Robert Wilkins for not complying with the requirements of the Act. A 20s fine in each ocase was imposed. ALLE?.ED UNt~A~'C,',LY ASSAULTING A CHILD, Charles Harold Sipley was ·ar raigned on a charge of unlawfully assaulting a girl of twelve years of age in a railway carriage on 18th March, Accused pleaded not guilty. Sergeant Parkins appeared for the Crown, and defendant was not re presented by connsel. The girl stated that on 18th Maroh, she left Chelsea ina first-class carriage. At Oheltonham a man, who she indenti feid as accused, got ir,to the com partmoent. When nearing Highett she rose ...
Mentone Bowling Club Presentation of Prizes Smoke Night Opening of Club Room. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Mentone Bowling Club Presentation of Prizes. iSmoke Night Opening of Club Room, On Wednesday night ov:r 200 pzrions were present at the invitat ion of tile President, Air H. C, IEdwards, to takepart in the aboide social and ?mportant function, An outline of the recently.completed ex rensions,to the paviion, has already appeared in "The News" but a short summary of the work as now conm. pleted, will ilot be out of place. An additional piece of land was secured thus making room for the transfer of one Tennis court, and the for. mation of a Croquet green. The pavilion itself has been materially altered, enlarged, and impoved, the result being, as one speaker termed it on Wednesday night, palatial premises. The Bowling, Tennis, and Croquet cubs have all been blended irno one complete organize tion. The accommodation and ap pointments for the whole of the members of those clubs is perfectly replete in every detail. They in clude a billiard room, with two new Alcock's tables, tull size, c...
THE KING OF USURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
THE KlING OF USURERS. On Dfcnmber 7, 19)11, t.ie world' saw Ilie last pf ,Iohn K irkwood, moneylceilur, "thi., infiiamous blood Iuiker,"' for hle was then biioed at ('rowlorlougli, Musex, att the agKo c' Hlsxtly-nihie. ]t ws owing to his rIptliy LutI extortions that the I',SIIn of the Io11 ylendorfn Select I on initoo, in 1'+?7, and he wai \vry iitwil Ing to unfuld to the I ,llllltit ten the story of his "good s' (dis" rInl the "persecution" hohad i ndlorgone. liut the Conllnltteo ,tnnw of his exLorLIonlate dealing.t, nlatl would have nolle of his hypor 'Ih.? first case waes ofi. an Trish land oWfner, whol ll iluie had lent Jll00, iltnd who was fiorcod to I'epiay £14\ in pricieplW nelt Iritoiest \'ithinr throee ycars, Another cteeo was that of a. lady wilho ehad. bori'oweod £60; and found herself faced with a demand for £t6IB, principal and liiltorust. Mri, Ateroft, K,(,, M.P,, who had the caso In ,hand, naakedl hihn about his "suicide book," which kept an account of the numi. Lor o...
Choosing a Wife by Her Teeth. [?]LARS WHICH MEAN MATRIMONIAL HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
,!,oosing a Wife by Her -----, t-- ., ..'LA,? \Vill('l 11I,'.\N '.iATlil TIONIAL HAPPINlISS. .! your . tin e tr ifa idnk1-t i ted , il;ky ' Lueth l'l'rospl'.ti'?e r!,:'ep ,, look to it. If sho bui (.0 1)rm1l'lll y'I u 3111 in Ia fol t1 ItIlOol ,th,, for girlis with 'pink-Lltled a, th hinto lo\'hll dislosilions : and iiill iiake giood wives. ihtti girls \":',mi halv\ ihill, chl';y tooth are lot I' ,n' to loVe, anl1 will not, ns n , r, thing, Iumake good wivos, sh , ni11ny ol'y I'f' the advan ll,', l niono lly or othllrl'Wlsue, thIvy I. ,e to oliniiih, I w'e 11e L0old, at any rilPe, by :,(ll Il'in)n," dental surgeon whll) ' I '111(d II short hlile ago froml the tIlutii to' (Conv'ention In Now York, :!;l \0hose0 views have boon Ipubllishll ied ill the ' Standard.' 'ThI'O .lestinl nlaturilly arisaes, blut whlat, if tile teeth :are fTalse ? 'I'lhat i n Ipnhlt whlkf the mnn who isf 1':ok!ing for mntrniloall . halppinless will have\' to stLudI'y, anys the exlport, As a mIlltltr of Ifact, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Notice. I beg to notify the residents .1 Ohelsea and surrounding distrie that I have started se 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, WOODLANDS DAIRY, ARGYLE AVENUB, Chelsea. BEGS to notify the public that she ha o,,ened a DAIRY at'the above ad. Fresh Milk delivered twice daily Cream always on hand F. W. Hunter SADDLER Opposite Station, CHELSRA, Harness repaired promptly, Best material used, Moderate charges, F. H. Powell, Builder and Contractor, House Painter and Signwriter, Cuntracts taken, EIstimates given nLocal Agency of Guardian Assu ance Company, Berry Avenue, Chelsea I I Cheltenham ROTOR GARAGE Phone 219 Chelt. A. BONIFACS Cars for hire, any hour, moderate charges. Repairs of all descrip tincus to oars and cycles promptly ex.ucted, Enamelling and plat. oing at right prices, Nw machines from seven guineam. Dunlop Tyres supplied S. ORAWIO¶D Cartage Oontraot...
Our Tree-Dwelling Ancestors. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Our Tree.Dwelling An. c8stors. +- If the apes of thousands lof gene rations ago had foundl themselves ablelo to hold thpir own With the other aninnlai, and not, taken to tile trees, the hlluman race s it iSR to day would not eilst, Such is the dictum of no less an authority than Professor ( E. 1 Smith, The .pri mates, as our aneestors were called, at first were ia very, small andi hulhible folk, it soelms, who led a quite unohtr'usive ndl dnfq life in the branches of treen, taking smnll part in tho fierce ~.omlnpetition for shize andi supremacy that was beoln waged upon the earth beneath themn, flut all tlhe time thley were culli\vat. lng tha,, equable development &lt;.f all their Renseo, and limbs, and that special dovelopment of the more in tellectually useful, faculties of the mind which, in the long run, wen '.to mako them the progenitors of the dominant mammal-the moam mal which was to obtain the su premacy over all others, while still retaining much of the primitive ch...
Eagle Armies in the Air. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Eagle Armies in the Air. hei piroblnih of how to combatl t alijPi,1 is (IO wiicih IltllInOl are very 11:('11 conIcerned nllhout 'it the; i tolg', tli it i no 1 ac:i~ggetlne o io LI L.' thni ft fortucia ciwcite Lhi, itic wh can invol t a rlcIly clTu, ii:o wonicil w1t11.h which ariulea~ wLIhs hI hlio to coplie with this. iow folr(?, hI wrlnro, in the mlnniiimnel • i lnli, ;r'l'lu'h ,iirnmy omllolc's,l ; vhI o Cl'w - !::tly Cnniclt. bI ih c acuscl of lnhck o1 ol ighlll y, have., been I colllllini ixOlcril'tilts with a, view to Il,'ov. i: c Ici1 iiglcs can le traillcel to .,cd lcy cir Ileols. lThle il(,l. wias first ?LuggOitOd to thIII lic ; file ( 'tragic. fate of. thle llt' (acl ricith i liogers, a' very, brlllhcri il\'icl tr, who is said to have lnet hIi:. II..iilth ,e riuse ia seagull .iccldelit. ally :loS agrainst hlni andl' dlstci,rh 1111 hilltliotrol olh.his'lnichline ; alt it i(,:lli,.ll ,subseiluently provrl I.inat a. very : slight injury to the lrivel, r alli aeroplane .will d...
A "Picnic" Breakfast. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
SA "Picnic" Breakfast. Routh African river plcnics are delightful affairs, and In'thle T'rauis vanl tlhe "Picnic" breakfast is quite an institution. This 1is, of course, due to the intense heat of ,the summllner, when no one is abroad at mid-dny who can possibly renmain utinder cover, D)urlng the summer, visitors are en tertained to picnic breakfasts, and so get a good view of the sur rounding country without undue exposure to the pIe?rcing suni. '[ rcently visited. in this fashion a little T'ransvaal town, situated about eight mniles from the' Vaal iliver. All arrangem.nts heing made, we rose very early indeed, and l ?\l!oe Ipartakling of "early cofeoo"e (an 'ab' -shlute essential to South Africans), oir' conveyance rattled up hi tihe door, This was.a Cape cart drawn hy four mules, -these' animals being more hardly, aid therefore better able to stand the rough roads of the veldt than horses, We started off amidst much laugh ter and nmorry chatter, awakening clear echoes down the qu...
THEY SAW GHOSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
THEV SAIW GHOSTS, -*c--+---I (louthho stutcs thaut he ono (iny MlW\ tllhe eXIet roull|t l'llilrlt o' ]iltl · iielf coming toowurd8 hiuii. 1'o;io now n\' armIUl uti reilt''lly c'o mlle Ihrouiiiigh til wazll, ,nd iinko .,|n ,lu .le: u tlofe 1s owner, Ili ot L.,,n re..'i\ved v'isit flront II spectrlo, h'i ho knil\ ' It t)o ii (cont '11. on oif haPg'inalitin, I)r ..lDhnIson hond hl'hlj miitlr' cahll ii niue LuII i cliear vcoi,, though st, was ut the ti iiimo ill anothelir ctly, Coulnt I,'inanucl Swedihorlrg Ih li\iVod llht h, hal thu liriviloIo of inritCriewin persto'n, in tho spIrit worlhl. I.oyihnI, ly, ig wolunded dur big It-whiO igSu(te 0 'lIlgleliOl111i, sl.w thlio Virgiin, who enllclirago hli to itrosi ' ute hlr missionIii, . ii r ,I oshull Ilcynolds, loa'ijig his house,'thouglht th lu nlmps wore troos, niti tlo 0uon cnti womn(JIII hll Ii1i?1 agiitated "by tho lIrco, Oliveor Crollmwell, .lying sleople?Hs on his couch, Ra'w thu our tilnlx open n( a fgigantlic woman uplluor, who toJ...
Gaiety "Angels." MISSIONARY'S 13 FEET PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
:'0,aiety" Angels." MIIHBIONA13'M fU II'ENT PUD* Amusing stories iormed a feature of the adldress gIv'on by the Rev. Fred T. Paton, the son ol the Iam oi D. I'Paton, at Whiteflelrl's Taber Iltlcl, , On one occasion during his twenty years' service ans a missionary In the New Hebrides, he saltd, a par cel of books arrived front home, and while he was reading a letter the n;atvo childlren got hold of a, il listratcled pal)er. T'hey were at once attracted by the'plaicture of isoni (faisty girls, Iphotogralphod in the act ,of dancing with their heeln as high as their headtla. For some time the chil - dren discussed the apparition, and then one bright yotith reimarkted : "That'i w'hat thle missionary tolri us alotut list SaIi)aath. '1'Tose are the angels cliimbling up and down Incob's Inhhler!" WVhila on a joutney through the I:sah hio was alllabushe'd by a trilbe ol' sa\ages. Vrieandly relatioUs hay Jing hiean restot'ed, the, trilo mnlde hIit a pauldilg which was thirteen l,,t rouad, .a...
LATE FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
LATE FOOTBALL The match, Moorabbin v Men tone, plap.d last Saturday, was a fin. exhibition of good, clean, friendly football. Drags!eave Moorahbin to-day at 2.15 p.m. for Middle Brighton. The Mhoorabbin team will be selected -ornm the following :-Daw. soil (2), Byrno (2), Stone, Sti:e, Snith ,2), Ajani, Studds, Rolent, S:voas, Lynch, Hal;ey, CGiles, GOren, Beck, Wheeler, Lucas, C?:ayton.
RESTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
RI'" TUT _ O_ _ R7] ? ?'I 'r U 'r u ( B1 PASTOR IIUJSISI L, Text: Times of Restitution of all things, whioh God hIath spoken by the slouth of all lIis Holy Prophets since tile world be. gan' (Acts iii. 10-21). In Panama and Colon a week ago I saw one of the mont stlcpendous works of man in subd!ling, or conquering, thle earth and making it suitable for his purposes. 1 thought how wisely GClod had klft the sul diling of the earth to man, and a blessing must come to humianity from mastering nature and subduing it to man's conveni. cnce. I testified to the people there, and to the millions who read my sermons, ret specting the incrceased educatioil of hIlianni ty through modern invecltions, whvlich speak to us of the dawning of the hoew Era so locig foretold in tihe Biblc, To-day 1 point you to elan's increasing skill along other lines. The laws of health and of discese are much bette; icdelrstood than ever in the past, The laws of chenm stry, applicable to nearly ove-;r'ything in life...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
TENNIS The Cheltenham olub is making improvement to their courts, one whioh has been in somewhat bad order, is now being remade at a cost of over L50, Several new members have joined recently. The olub has not ouentered for any of the Assooela tion oompetitions this season,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
TO FOOiBALL FOLLOWERS WEEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize --- --' '* , A cash prioz of ton shillings will he awnrdud t(1 the render hiving the name of the team, which will EcCio tho hig)l cst nun hlr &lt;f points, regardless of which graeo of the ccmpetition tl.t tcnm is rlnyirg in, 'Tho number of points must be stntcd, Tn the event of tny I1''Fon not n?,ing the exaot numboer of points, we will allow a margin of three points under or uver. In theocnse of a tie, the money, will he divided,- Theo decision of the editor shall be final. All scores must be sent in on ooupon publislhed in "The Neaws" on the Satnrday previous to the matoh, Coupons ,must be in this offico not latter than ten o'clock on the Friday night before the match, Coupons must be filled tip in ink to avoid nistlnkes. In the event of a match not leing played, the forecasts received will be ignored, Results will be published in ''lae 1tws" cvcvy wck., Any number of votes may be sent in. \ . COUPON FOR JUNE 20...
Burlesque Football [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Burlesque Football . The invincible Kerbstoze United team again defeated Mentone on the Recreation ground last Monday. Captain Maloney and his wild.mer created great amnsement. T'Lheir adroituess in -trantagrersing the rules and then securing the result hig free kicks for themselves, was much admired The umpire was satisfied by half time, and vanished. However, another innocent was in duced or persuaded (by Kerbstone methods) to fill the position for the second half. Both umpipres were as competent as anyone would have been, and each gave the same amount of satisfaction to Mentone, viz., n re. Some of the Kerbstones would be an advantage to the Men tone team. Scuddy received a lot of chaff for his Moorabbin affec tions, and Hughte White carried and lost a lol of weight, Lose of wind friquenuly ffecttd some of"' the K~ltstone~, al;d it is whispered that some rf thenm had to resort fo numerous draughts of lemonade. Although tlo g.ame was strenuous, there were nn fnta'il'es, no stones ...
POSITION OF CLUBS. Senior Grade [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
POSITION OF CLUBS. Senior Grade CLUU P ]nycd Wcn Lost Dravn Points MIDDLE BRIGI-1TON . 6 5 1 0 20 CHELTENHAM ..... 6 5 1 0 20 MOORABBTN ....... 7 5 2 0 20 CAULFIELD ...... , 6 4 2 0 16 BLACK ROCK ., .. . 7 8 3 1 19 MENTONE ........ 6 2 4 0"' 8 CARRUM .,,,,... 6 2 3 1 8 MOORABBIN PARK , 6 1 5 0 '4" IIHEATHERTON...... 6 0 6 0 0 Junior Grade. * ELSTERNWICK .... 5 3 2 0 12 GARDENNVALE .,.., 5 3 2 0 12 CHELTENHI-IAM .,... 5 3 2 0 12 MORDIALLOC....... 5 2 8 0o 8 GLENHTUNTLY ..... 4 2 2 ,0 8 ELLINDA.LE ....... . 5 0 5 0 0