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FIXTURES FOR 20th JUNE Seniors. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
1IX L'UJt FUR?? .20th JUNE Seniors Chrrum v Middle Brig?ton He thirtonl, ' ?b ?t?.ah,vl CauilTiid v Montoze Bhlck ock v .foorntabl Park" Moborabla a b* e· Juniora M!ordialloc v E.It~rn .iok (hthenutam v Gardenvale (ilenluntly v Ellind'ale . . S.. Chelthnham Juniors will play E.utruv ,ck to.asy on the locial :i ound hlvn a gr~od game la ex peitult, The tean will l;e picktd fromu the iulluoitig:-T. Barbor (c) J. W~;i er, Bodley, S, M'ies, i., Penny, R. Carson, Teagle, Davis 2, C ?.rtt. B;?owninc, Hewct,. Harris Whirthead, Coleman, Grogan, Windsor, Poreman, Hutchinson, Taylor and McMahon.
Last Saturdays Matches SENIOR GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Last Saturdays Matches SENIOR GRADE, Win Pts Lose ,yt MOOIRABBIIN ....... 78 MENTONE ....... . 2 CHELTENHAM,..... 42 CAULFIELD ....... 9 MOORABBIN PARK . 61 H-IEATHERTON .,.... 18 BLACK ROCK ...... 88 CARRUM ........ 38 JUNIOR GRADE. CHELTENHATM..,,.. . 34 ELLINDALE ....... 97 GARDENVALE ...... 74 ELSTERNWICK ..... 29 GLENHUNTLY ..... 62 MORDIALLOC ...... 46
The Matches. CHELTENHAM v CAULFIELD DISTRICT. CHELTENHAM WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
The Matches. CHELTENHAM v CAULFIELD DTSTICT., OHELTENHA3M WINS. There was a moderate attendance attendanqoe at the Cheltenham oval Inat Saturday, when the above teams met, The weather was delightful for out.of.door amusement, and thll ground was in petfeot order, The following positions were allotted to the thirty.six who shipped for the day : Park Goals Rose P. Woff Cole Woods Moore Core Booth Towns Johnson Finley Bowen Bristow Longhlin Gouldthorpe Mewitt Sutherland Dalziel Plummer Iawlor King W~nburtou D. Hansen'LBristow JTones Hanrris Woff Fisher "Moorhead Hauneor Hannnford O'harman Ron hi GaII Followera-G, lainar W. lnais Dirnmmonwid Corless Rovors--Biehl Young The teams were plioed na above at the oommencPment of t.oe gtame, which t?ai decidedl to i.o four quar tors-,-of twenty, :inutes dunation eaoh, / T il. PLr AY, Just after the boutce Towns for., warded, b't Hisone rleturned per dressing iroom wiulg, witre play was witnesse.1 for a time, r'on. Liwlor 6ventrn lly cal tured t...
ELLINDALE v CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
ELJLINDALE v CHELTENHAM. SThese two teams mot on Saturday at Ellindale, This was their second meeting this season, on the last occasion Cheltenham on their own ground, had reason to rejoice, for they had it all their own way, winning by the wide margin of 64 points, The Ellindale lads had great hopes of reversing tho order of things last Satunrday, and at three quarter time their prospeots appeared dis tinctly hopeful. Cheltenham could only muster a team of 16 all told, and with fonr or five of their besoat away inolndiug Browning:, Mains and Barber, were not in their usual sanguine framnio of mind. The teams were as follow;:--. Ellindale, Hannaford, Thynne, Munro, Brnuceo, Howes loldardl, Dodson Dark 9, O'Loghlon, Ituad,, Elms, West, Willkinson, Wadswoi lh,. Bseaob Roberts, Morehodd, Cheltonhaem, T. Barber (o),'iHaris Hutchinson, Penny, Davis 3, Carson, Poreman, Wynno, Windsori Moore, Tarylor, Howett, Teigle and M'Mahou, Owing to the delay in waiting for late arrivals the ball was ...
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, June 9th [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
DANI)ENONG MARKET., Tuosday, Juno 9th Dairy Cattlo-A gdod supply of milkers and springers, with a fair proportion of quality cows, The demand was keeoon at .advancod rates, good springore mooting with spooial inquiry, Prctoically a total eloaranoo was offooted, Blest mnilkers £i10 to l12 15s, good £'7 10s to l9 10s, others from I? ; best springerd L8 158 to 1,10 5sa, good L4 to L8,. Tlhe following wole the principal lots--l ilkore--Mesrs F. ]Einil dol 4 .to 1,12 15s, 3 avoraging 1,1 7s lid; I Boiattio 1 at I14 Ils, M O'Connor 1 at !11 158, (leo Keys 3toeli, W ( Keys one att 10 15i, P Irallihtna 3 to L]',I) li?s, D J IBourko 3 to TA) 12e 6(, W hIuscey one at C9 lO, 8oehnaln ]ros one at .C9 7e 6d, J HIughews one at £~l 5 I iprinigore--lleIer J Kingston 2 to ,'10 5, i) Wade no a(t Lit) iS, i Iliggins 3 lo LA0s, IeLa Corrigan 1 at L9 1SA, J KIirkhmn onr nt 1,9 7e 6d, 1) J Bourko omo ait 1,9, J oenry 2 to LD 2s 6d J ,oos . 'o LH 12le 6d, l'igs-A fair supply, and prices aboit; equal to la...
THE SHIRE HALL [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
S.THE SIRE HAlL When the Moorabbin library com mittee took possession of their new building it was possible for the conu cil to make more ample provision for their officers, and incidentally pro vide better facilities for ratepayers doing business thereat. Separate officoes have been constructed for the secretary, engineer and rate collec tor, All of these have been sup plied with Hnitable office furniture, ornamental and useful. An addi tional telephone line has been in stalled, with a small exchange board for the various departments. A system of handy cabinets has been obtained, whereby the secre tary (Mr A. R, Fordyce) or his assistants can produce any record or document at less than a minute's notice. The engineer (Mr A. 0, Smith) also has a useful set of drawers for the storage of large plans, which hitherto had been compelled to be strewn around the council chamber. Two neatgarden plots have been started in front of the main building, an angle rail fence oonstructed and the fo...
Proposed Station at Edithvale Road [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Proposed Station at IEdlthvale Road Yesterday afternoon the promised visitation of the railway officera re garding the above proposal became an actuality, bfessrs Ktlway, Hayes and McDowell w.re the officials, who were accompanied by Mr W, S. Keasi. M.L.A. They were shown over the district by Messrs Hunte', Flyger and Richardson, and noted with some surpliie the rapid de velopment of the district since their previous visit twelve months ago. O the sugges:ion of the Parliamenl. ary reprerentative, the special com mittee appointed to take charge cf the snbject, raised the amount pro mised towards the ccost of the s'a. tion from £300 to £400. The officials will, of course, supply a de tailed report of their visitation to the commissioners, and we have good reason for assuming that that report, and the commihsicners' de cision will be entirely satlfactory to residents,
Go-to-Church Sunday A HUGE SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Go.to.Church Sunday & HUGE SUCCESS This innovation to Australia *arrikd out by metubers of- the sIethodist denomination in the Mloorabbin cirouit last Sunday was a great success, Various novel !1nd intercsting methods were dlop:led to secure a larger attend a.ce .t some of the churches, such as rival bands of workers connec* ted with the churches, presentation uof buttouholes, gentle persuasion qnd kindly invitation. At Mordi. .ii. the looal band provided sacred *kctionii , which were much ap. .reciated. The offi?elal figures were ,s iollows : Church May31 June:7 \Iordialloc .. 184 .,, 322 chellenham ,.. 153 ... 292 Carrum ... ... 21 ... 38 Mentone... ... ' 56 ... 85 lentleigb ... 173 • ... 315 loorabbin ... -128 -. 473 Heatherton ..' 88 ..,' 194 748 ... 17190 At the quarterly meeting of the combined churches held at Chelten ham on Thursday, gratification was freely expressed at the success of the movement, and "follow-up'"' methods are to be used to ensure permanent good re...
SPORTING. GOLF MORDIALLOC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
SPORTING. GOLF MORDIAIOC 04U1U. The competi.iou for the troPhy presented by Mr J B, W, odt, took place on Kiug's Birthday, and' resulted in a wiln f,'r P FI Pbhilip., with a net score of 75., The b,-st cards were : . Gross H'oap Net P. H. Phillirs ... 93 18' 75 V. PetherM ... 89 12 77 J. Bolingbroke .,. 106 27 7·J L. F Gibsor ... 85 6' 79i E, J, M Callnrm ... 86 6 .8i F, ,. Newton ... x6 .6 hO' B, IF'ergusson .., 107 27 80 J. Daly .,. 98 12 81. L, J, Eglet.,n .,.. 92 10 82 W. C. Ingpel .,, 97 15 89 F. A. Lorditg ,,, 92 10 82 0. H. RIogers ... 89 6 83 Harvey N.ew.ou 95 1l 838 Thoreo, will b. a swecepstake to, day, and the first monthly medal will be pla ed for oii S~turday next.
CORRESPONDENCE. CHELSEA TRAIN SERVICE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. OHELSEA TRAIN SERVICE To the Editor, Sir,-May I trespass on your va:uable space to draw the atte. tion of the "powers that be" to the fol lowing grievance of us workers living at Chelsea. The 6.40 work man's train to blinders Street, is tlmnd to arrive there at 14 minutes to eight, but its travelling powers are so "erratic" that sometimes it is 5 minutes often ten and on two oc casions it was 8 15 a. m. before it ar rived at Flindors Street, it means losing a day's work; and to further add to our trouble the second class smoker dn the 6. 10 a. m. train had no light therein, this is very annoy ing when we read in the papers about the best managed railway in the world. I came down here from the .slums and bigh rents to breathe God's fresh air but it seems to me that we will have to go back, if tlhings don't alter in this partlcular direction, Thanking you in anticli pdtlon. -Yours truly, "WORKER" Chelsea 10 th June, 1914,
Federal Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 13 June 1914
Federal Football Assocla tloi. I)elegates met as usual last Tues day, the president (SMr Maokay) pre. sidinjw. Mr Armstrong (Presideiit oF the Heatherton Club). was accorded a wolooimo to the meeti;g. M'Oluro (Heatherton) and Vagg (Carrum) Vl'~n these teams met last, the umpire (Nathan),, :eported the above two players for fighting.' M'Olnre r~u present at the meeting, but the C(Prnm delegate (~irStewart) stated ..I,11s he thought thle matter was ottlred lonk ago, and consequently Viig did not turn up. Mr M'Cart (.',ori'tary of the Association) stated tu,,t lie notilled the secretaries of both clubs to have their man at the rneetigi. Nathan, stated that he :otiflkd the captains of both teams t' at 1 o intended to reporrt these men, !Ie could not say who struck the first .>!ow, heo had no witnesses, as. both sides supporters stuck out for their own men, and said their mahn did nol a?rike, M'Clure. I did not strike Vagg, He was running away with the ball, and I tried to get in fron...
The Matches. MIDDLE BRIGHTON v MOORABBIN. A DING DONG FINISH [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
The Matches. MlIDDLE BRIGHTON v MOORABBIN. A DING DONG FINISH J. J. Stewart, of Blaok Rock, played his first game with the red and whites., Butler, who also received his permit from Brighton. did not appear. Ryan, of Moorabbin, had to be content with physical?xercise, in the form oflaisinp the flags now and. then, assisted by his little daughter, whom, we trust, is not qualifying for umpire honors, The positions were : Pavilion Goals ,I I ' Burleigh* Lewis* , Grant* Rolent Ahern Stone Benlke* Brooksw Jephcote* Green T, Rolent Wheeler Creaver' Kidgell' Soott' Ajani Styles (o) Beck Angus*Camnph'V* Winchc mbe GileA Smith Clayton Sellars*Ed nmondc' M'Ith'ws* A. Dawson • Dwyer Scepheus ..~. .._...... .... I _I _ Sandiangham nAd Goal . . Rluck-Stewart* Brunier* R Dawson Lynch Rovers--~ee* Scudds *Middle Brighton What was considered a reason able time to commence a game in the early eighties, when the Australian game was in its infancy, was 3 p.m. punctually, but even in these days of aero...
POSITION OF CLUBS. Senior Grade [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
POSITION OF CLUBS, Senior Grade CLUB Played Won Lost Drawvn Pointe MIDDLE BRIGHTON 8 7 1 0 28 CHELTENHAM .. .. 8 7 1 0 28 CAULFIELD .. ..... 8 6 2 0 24 MOORABBIN ....... 8 5 3 0 20 BLACK ROCK ..,.... 8 4 3 1 18 CARRUM . .. .. .., 8 4 3 1 18 MENTONE .. ...... 8 3 5 0 12 MOORABBIN PARK , 8 2 6 0 8 HEATHERTON...... 8 1 7 0 4 Junior Grade, GARDENVALE ...... 8 6 ' 0 24 ELSTERNWICK .. ... 7 5 2 0 20 CHELTENHAM .. .. 6 4 2 0 16 MORDIALLOC ...... 6 2 4 0 8 GLENIHUNTLY .. .... 7 2 5 0 8 ELLIDALE....... . . 8 1 7 0 4
Last Saturdays Matches SENIOR GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
Last Saturdays Matches SENIOR GRADE. Win Pts Lose pts MIDDLE BRIGHTON . 38 MOORABBIN ....... 28 CHELTENHAM .. ...120 MOORABIIN PARK . 38 CARRUM .........44 MENTONE .. .... , 36 CAULFIELD ...... .113 HEATHERTON ..... 23 JUNIOR GRADE. GARDENVALE .... i101 . GLENHUNTLY ..... 47 CHELTENHAM .... . 36 ELSTERNWICK .... . 35 ELLINDALE ........ 35 MORDIALLOC ...... 82,
A CORRECTION FROM ASPENDALE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
A CORRECTION FROM ASPENDAI~E To the Editor. Dear Sir,--May I crave a small space in your valuable paper to correct a statement made by Mr E, Baker at the last meeting of the Prcgress Association, lr A. Jones in his report of fire brigade busitiess reported.having received from Mrs Hopkins, secretary of fire brigade fall, £11 some odd shillings, being the proceeds of ball, which amount completely wiped out the old standing debt on the buildings. After Mr Jones had moved a vote of thanks to Mrs Hopkins and her committee of ladies, in recognition of their splendid efforts, Mr Baker is reported to have said that as all the ladies of Aspendale had helped and contribitted towards the success of the ball he moved that they, the ladies of Aspendale should le in cluded in the vote of thanks, which was carried, Now, Sir, I wouild like.to inform Mr Baker that, with two exceptions only, everything in the way of refreshioents was con tributed by Mrs Hopkins and her committee of six ladies. The o...
TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS WEEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS WEEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize cash prize of ten shillings will boe awarded to the reader hiving thoe name of the team, which will score the highest number of points, regardless of which gnidl of the competition that team is playing in. The number of points must be ested. In the event of tny person not nnaming the exact number of points, we will allow a margin of three points under or over. In the case of a tie, the money will be divided, The decision of the editor slhnll be final. All scores must be sent in on cou.po published in "The News" on the Saturday previous to the match. Coupons must be in this office not later than ten o'clock on the Friday night before the match, Conpons must be filled up in ink to avoid' mistakes. In the event of a match not being playod, the forecasts received will be ignored. oesults will be published in •L1'.isews" every week, Any number of votes may be sent in.
CORRESPONDENCE. MOORABBIN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. MOORABBIN CO.OPERA'TIVE, , OCIETY. 'To tho Editor. Sir,-I i.otice that the half-yearly meeting of the above society is to be held on Monday 22nd June at 8 p.m. though why 'the night has been changed from Saturday, it is hard to say. Saturday suits most shareholders, and Monday only a few. At the last half-yearly meet. ing, it was reported, that two Directors had only attended a small number of the weekly general meet ir gs, which appears to be quite con trary to rule 28. The same thing has happened before, and share holders will best study their own In terests, by putting in' men willing and able to give the time required. Figune-heads are of no use to any business concei u. Trusting you will put these few words in your paper,-Yours etc. A SHAREHOLDER, Cheltenham, 16th June. 1914.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
COUPON FOR JUNE 27th Federal Football Association Froai the list of matches to be played on the 13th in t , I consider.... ............ .. .......... ................................. ...... .... .......team will score the highest number of points, and estimate the score to be,,,,,............. points. S ig ned ....................................... ..... .................. ..................... Postal Address ................. ................................... (To bo sent to "News" office by 10 p.m. next Fridny). (See elsewhere for fixtures for 27th) BOOTS Men's Kip Working Boots Ils Og Honestly worth 14s J, M. GILMOUR, MORDIALLOC. THIS MAN IS YOUNG •AT 8 YEARS, He is a VITADATIO Man, therefore has the blood of youth and vitality in his veins. This, notwithstanding the fact that eighteen years ago he was pronounced absolutely incurable, suffering from that terrible disease HYDATIDS, He spent over £1,000 In doctors and medicines before he took VITADATIO, which thoroughly cured hi...