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BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

.BENTLEIGH. Councillors Burgess, Smith and Marriott met Mr Hayes, the Metro. politan inspector of railways, on Tuesday morning at the Railway station. The inspector attended with a view of considering a request made by the Moorabbin Council that the gates across Centre road should be worked on the interlock ing system, After inspection and hearing the arguments put forth by the councillors mentioned, the in spector realised the necessity for some alteration, and promised to have the matter attended to as.early as possible. The social arranged by the For resters Benefit Society, which was to have been held on Tuesday night, was what the man in the street calls "a frost:" The attendance thereat was so limited that it was abandoned, Possibly the expendi ture of another few shillings in ad vertising in " The New'" might have saved the officials from the financial loss, which will probably occur by the adjournment. On Thursday night a public meeting was held convened, by the president of...

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Fish Families in Ocean Deeps. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

1 TENNIS In the south suburbanu eompeti tions last Saturday St. Mary's beat Mordialloc, 44 games to 33, Albert Park beat Menotono 40-31

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MEAT MADE FROM MALT. GRAINS THREE TIMES AS NO [?]OUS AS BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

.EAT VADD .oR I MALT. GRAnlS .. R-'E TIlIES /1S NU i?~ liUS .E.;F. The Palris) me .l ielt' '.jo'utral o ina1c1'e that M,. Elirol'.l, I1 I llli?0 ut t3heinistl, h Its l'ropl led ." vpL y' Illu . tbile f'tiort of arl'tileial uIcat. Thello, meat Is pI)odul'd, ily .tlhe ti'ithoducl of syUthetile cheliistry., its I.fltvour cd!ir he varild to ro,.ilte ble• thiat of beef, mu3ttonf, .1111, 1ve1, or' por. .I1 fltvouI hi very delieaut, 111nl1 It is much more nul tri lous I han ordinary Ioeat. ShI. I'lfViht ' mid(o hs ble eat chitpy froin the n3.rilt grain,' which Int' thrown iLwayni afteri theh'ir' 1e in bli'Oling . 1Ilo1LOe tills l:procosa)nean3 r 3t grbut .c1onom3031y. 1rnyi otlir inn eri'als 1 ow thOiiva iaWay,' after their u1ise liti't(ll Iniusrle os miy JO ecm ployedl. 'l'he klginI clheolast took tihe malt grains, wltished a1d pl'ressed thcm. Next he gilev them a sulphurd ai? I fath and' added limi e to them. ''Thel he put lth3el3 throlugh a process of ;iltration ind lcvaporlnton,' aud l...

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CHURCH OF CHRIST ONE DAY MISSION [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

CHURCH OF CHRIST e. -ý.? . ,,?. .... ONE DAY MISSION Last SuSnday, Thomas Huagger, the newly appointed organising sRoretary for home missions, conducted a one day mission with the Church of Christ, In the morning, at the uom. munion service, which was well attended, he spoke upon 1-lume Mis sion enterprise and rapidly outlined the history and development of the people' called " Disciples of Christ," Commonoing with the simultaneous beginnings in America, England, and Scotland he showed the progress of the church there, thou outlined rapidly its inception and growth in the various States of the Common wealth, and concluded with a plea for continued development in this our own State, The afternoon ser vioe was finely attended, when Mlr Hagger spoke to the children and parents on the magnetic power of Jasus, illustrating his remarks with a magnet,? The evening serviceo was crowded, seats having to be placed in the aisles, At 6.45 a song service commenced led by the minister of the chun...

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SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

SEAFORD. On Saturday last a social evening was held, which was voted a very great success. Musical items were rendered by the Misses Perry and Morin, Mrs Mclntee and .Mr McDonald. Dancing was iniulged in until a late hour, when tea and coffee was served by the ladies who had arranged the fquction. The social was such a huge success that it was arranged to hold another such evening at an early date. The township itself is rapidly de veloping, Land is selling freely in building blocks, and it is antici pated that by next summer a fairly large numbenr of dwellings will be available for either visitors or per manent residents, Mr Mclntee, from Lancefield Junction, has pur chased land leading from the station to the beach, and it is his intention to erect a general store thereon forthwith. The premises being used as a temporary State school is fast be. coming too small for the require mnents. The department is to be approached at an early date with a request for the construction of a per...

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MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

MOIIDIALLOC. The euchre party and dance held under the auspices of the Bowling and Croquet Club last Saturday night was as usual a great success, the attendance thereat was good, and it was voted an enjoyable even ing by all present. In the euchre tournament the gents prize consist. ing of a handsome sovereign case was won by Mr Giroud, Moorabbin and the ladies (a neat manicure set) which was won by Mrs Peterson, Mentone. A good programme of dances was provided at the cnnclus ion of the euchre, the music to wvh;cht was supplied by -Miss Cope land. Th2 funcio i of course ter mitiated ~?t mid night., " •A nieting of the lo.al brauch of the P.I,C, was held at Gaggie's Tea . Rooms last Saturday Im portant business in conaeebloa with tlvh ensuing Federal elections was transacted but not completed, A further meeting is to be h-ld op the 27th inst. Residents desirous of employing the services of a competent builder 3ould not do better than interviewr Mr C. Stuart, whose advt appears alsewh...

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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

CARRUiM The young people of the township intend forming a tennis club, and erecting a court on the newly ao quired recreation reserve. For the purpose of raising funds towards this object a series of so:ials are to be held during the winter months. Doubtless the publio will give the effort their hearty support, Miss Ida Bell is acting as secretary. Mr W. S. Keast, ML.A., and HIon D. MoBryde, M,L.C., introduced a representative deputation from Car. rum, Chelsea, and Aspendale Pro gress Associations to the Hon the Minister of Public Works on Satur day morning last to ask for the re moval of the sand bar tlTat has blocked the 'mouth' of the river, and also to have the entrance dredged, which, if carried out would make a very safe and suitable boat harbor. The Minister was favorably im pressed with the various reasons ad vanoed by the deputation, and he promised to send an offioer down to make a survey and to bring the mat ter before the Cabinet. SSome time ago, the Progress Association...

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CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

The monthly meeting of the District Benefit Society was held on a.londay night at tle KiEmet tea roon;,, The balance shC.eet as sub mitttd, and adopted showed a credit balancc of £9-1S-4. The secretary, Mr G. I1ar, cs, r?Fo::e.l that the syllabus committee bad arranged for a mock municipal election to take place at next meeting, candidates to beI invited from P,L C and Sous of Temperanoo. He al o roeorted the obtaiom:.g of eight more members in cluding the firs' lady menniPer. One guinen was vo! d to the tre:un" ,r, Mr McGarry, fo Ir his wolk i;n con nuction with registration of society and agreem?:. t with the doctor. A progressive euchre party was next on the programme and provided some i,;tcCesting games, Mr Carr won li.t prize a bottle of whisky prsented by Mr ]4sing?, and Mr A. Johb?stor, the booby prize a bottle of wine presented by Mr Walker. Needless to state what happened to them. Music and harmony conoluded a very enjoy able evening towards which Mr A. Johnston contributed...

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Federal Elections. HENTY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

Federal Elections, HENTY. So far as this electorate is con oerned, there seems to be little doubt that Mr J. A, Boyd IIH,LR,., will be again automatically pitch forked into the position of represenc tative for Henty, At the las general election there was a strong diiferer e of opiuion so far as Moorablin Shire., .nd in fact other portions of the electorate were con c~:i I a.3 to his qua !;,ig" iotls . J91 for as vw' can loirn thoe ut)ubht still exist. In the I4tbor interests, Messrs WV. Andrews, J. LyonS andt F.J. Miles have n )min tol for selection, the ballot in c )inectioa therewith takes place to-day. The latter was the "amusing" candidate at the previous election. - jjr~n&

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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

ASPENDALE. Tenders are called in our adver tising columns for the construction of about two miles of Nepean road, on the east side of the railway line The i\iaeqne Ball held in the racecourse hall en the 12th inst., pro?. d a great success from a social point of view, and those who atten ded spent a very enjoyable evening, It as ?,mprisirg to see the cos tvwuts prLsent at a small ball such as it was. Mrs Hopkins and Mr T. Speed acted as judges, and the lucky lady was Miss O. Ewins, who as "The Dutch Dirt Chaser" took the prize, siJvor plated tea pot, while 1Mr Andersoni, who is to be complimented upon his costume, as 100 years B.C. won tl;e gents prize of a pair of field claises. Among the remainder were many eccellknt costumes, in cluding an original ladies dress of 'The XDews," It is understood 1lessis Keiwin and Baird are out of pooket over the evening, which itn a pity- as we understand they were to give a srprise to to the ire Bri gade alid Chruo'h of England if there had been ...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

FIjND F RS, A special meeting of the Chelsea branch of the P,L,C , w is held on Taesday night in the Tars Rooms to deal with matters in connection with the forthoomi:1g elections, Correspondence was re:eived front Mr H. J. Thorne, Secretary of the Flinders campaign committee, stat-. ing that Mr D. P. Russell would not be a candidate, and inviting nominations for selection The president of the Branch, Ar D, J, MlcDonough and Mr J, C. Gloster were nominated, and the name of Mr A, LIumsden also mentioned, A. discussion ensued as to the advisa bility of sending more than one name in and it was eventually de cided to let the nominations stand. rater.developments give evidence that there is a probable ohance of Mr MoDangall being nominated for the electorate. A series of requests have been made, to this egotleunan who formerly represented Wannon electorate in the?iabor in tea s from all parts of the Flinders electorate The position at present is that branches are awaiting a definite answe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

Enamel Sauce pans A SPLENDID SELECTION Specially marked below city price. Judge Brand (Stevens) THOMPSON & CO Anglo Enamel Co, (cHAS. I. WFAIRBANK) Blaclkmann's (Grey) NEPEAN ROAD, 0 HELTENHAM THE BEST Phone 04 Ohelt. Royal Oak Hotel Pt. Nepean Road, Mentone Proprietor: W. P, KERIN Lnte of ViotoLir I(ctl, Katunga, Personal supeorvision will be given to the management. Ilest brands of TWines, Alo and Cigars. flillihrds, Subscrlbers having any difficulty-in obtaining a, copy of "Tho News" please v/rito or telcphlne to the ofmico at once. E. MATTSON Builder and Contractor Lower Dandenolg Road, IMENTONE. Kismet Dairy Childers Street, MEINTONE G. P. Terry & Co, Prop'tors Yoiw .patronao 'aind roo inigiodation duly appreointed Own cows kept Dairy roduceo for shlo are scarcer Beach Blocks than Diamonds ? ,.: . udhlsea ard Cerrunm. T ho secumr- , .u must act quickly. £5' Deposit . £1 per month, W. A. TOWLER, Auctioncer, 406 Collins Steet, City, or Local Offices, Phone C ritra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

J. W. Jones & Sons Mentone Parade, MENTONE Carpenters, Builders, and Contractors Office and Shop fittings a specialty Mrs Cooper, DRESSMAKE?Rt, 'RAI1N STREET -. IIIQTIETT (opposite Station) Ladies and children's dress material made up. Latest style;, promptnes; and moder ate ehargos, merit your patronage, - TIlIAl SOLICITED. G. R. Hedberg Builder and Contractor lhemming St., BRIC ;TON NTH. Estimates given for all descriptions of carpenter ing work. Can le etan .for the present at Sumith and Mitchell's job, Chelteu. bal), M1 L. Ward .F'A.MILY lT'UTCH?RR Point Ne~peun ;c.tl, CARRUM All s'aughtcrirg i'ot:e :,y lke pro prietor, in tl. diau:ci. T'fl:reby customrtls get cre quality, and that the i:est Sn:all goods a speciality GCrenera Storekeeper, etc, CHELSEA La:,"i for Sale." Hcnses an?d Ctinpo To Let. Iusuraucer Effected. We have special opportunities for securing tenants for houses. Owners wounl" do woll to place their business in our hnuds. Phone, !f1M OCeit. Solid Leatlher ...

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GARDENVALE v GLENHUNTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

GARDENVALE v GLEN.H,UNTLY. The last time these teams met they, only provided a very oriesided game, the' first-mentioned having it all their own way from start to finish. It was understood that Glen. huntly since then had considerably improved, and a much better show ing on .their part was anticipated last Saturday at Gardonvale. The teams were :- Gardenvale-R, Kenley (capt) D Kenley, Stook, Gymer, Vine, Cole Bailey, Bannister, Perkins, Teese, Gale, Wilkins, Wall, Cole, Funi'ell, Hoare, Fookes. Glenhuntly - Gardiner (capt), Vohlander, Eyres, Burke, Long, Phillips, Hoinsey, Sarkies, Bishrp, Kettle, Patterson, Bernie, Laid, Osberg, Hodges, Yeomass, ratten" field, Williams, The ball was bounced at abonut half-past three by Umpire Andra. wartha, and the visitos, with the aid of a strong breeze, immediately attacked, but the Gardenvale backs were very strong, and defended well, Nookes saved time after time, and eventually, with able assistance from Bailey and Vine, play was transferred t...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

GENERAL ITEMS. Cnllo v Esatte, Jantleigh-On our flfth page will be found full partiouhlar regard. tug this estate. hMr. W P, F.arlanJ- will offer at auction on the ground this after. noon, some valuable blooks of large dineit sions, which are mostly in very choice positions, The prope'ty is well-known, and is bring offered by Mr J J. Kinrde, as executor in the estato of the late Ed. ward Callow, The sale counmonces at 3 p,m., the tornms being quarter cash, bal. ance in one monuh, Moorabbin Co-operative Society,-The 35th half-yearly meeting of shareholders is advertised olsewhere to be hold at the Cheltonha?m Mechanies' Institute on Mon. day, th? 22nd inst. ' The usual report of the directors is-to be considored, also the balance lheest, and the election of four direucors will take placo, together with other general business that may be brought forward, In the dir:otor's report Mr P. T. LePage (ohairuan ? states that the progress has been satisfactory, the turnover showing an increas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

Comber's At.?i-itrised News Agency AND FANCY O0O)S R1,POSIT'ORY Mentone Improve the valo of y?:r owa property by buying locally. ]Every article at City prices Circulating Library. La.est aiok.s, Lioelsed to sell stanps,, ''el?phone, (Chelheiham 75. Agent for a'l the be.t makes of Pianos. ~xpert advice. * MAT'FlDAY, 1JLJE 21i11h, itt 3 ~'ctock 1 Oppos'te station, C I[I Lt'I, ' rA . ; t h`iportaii ACV ON SNAL of II-.iucsi a;%-1 Reaideoit l ii Proplrty, uI12:r ii tcutlion. fromu the TLot 1-2o:iner of \Miio-roacld aInd the Straul-kUloLoueut 45 x 141, absolute!y th, iuuiLt hsineC.a otjiliO1 in this rttpidly i uproviag district, TLob 2-1 fCoiutanej o the ~rri'1, S ltr e , :tui Cam p~streat, land 50 x i26, withi bungalow, ýua1aiu .. roomns, erec:ed t.i.to o, N) better h-Titiofl Onl M "V 1ile or tIsii nioau!iju1 bec1h1 mýýt 3--'Piie.2Iil sl C >'iT Palk.:, c'lntainhig tO rotuns, and detachedc huogdlow~ ;(aout 80 .idd, 'wl 50 x 150, :1Iainlroid, nearly op, etu, Lot "1--'Nesot' " S~va'i e" ...

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MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

MIENTONE. Th?'' annual entertainment anl distribution of prizes in connection with the Presbyterian Sunday sohool was hold in the Recreation Hall on Wednesday evening, There was an e.ooellont attendance of mom hers of the church and congregatio;a. The programme by the scholars was full of variety, well rendered, and held the attention of the audience with unfailing interest to the end. The Rev, J. H. Hewitt, M.A., pre sided, and at the distribution of prizes, expressed the thanks of the parents and friends of the Veholars, (espeoially'the superintendent, ~fr C. )!. Ashby), to the officers of the school, and to all who had worked to make the evening successful. This was allirmod by acclamation, and M'essrs Ashby and Service, who trained the scholars for the anni versary services, responded. After a few games for the children and social intercourse over a cup of coffee between the older children, the gathering dispersed, quite satisfied with the evening's pleasure, Amongst those who c...

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CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

CIHELTENHAM. At the Police Court on Wednes day Sergeant Murcutt prosecuted on behalf of Inspector Borsuam, of the Railway department, a young man named William Barnett, an em. ployee at the Port Phillip Club Hotel. The charge brought against him was that of using indecent lan guage in the last train for Frank ston on the night of the 5th April last, Barnett pleaded guilty, giving as his reason for using such lan guage that he had been annoyed all the journey down by a certain indl vidual, and eventually had made use of the words mentioned, for which he expressed regret. His employer, the proprietor of the hotel mentioned, gave evidence as to the young man's character, stat ing that he, Barnett, had been em. ployed by him for some time, and was still in his employment. A fine of 40s was Imposed, or seven days' imprisonmeat. Mr G. Brown ield, the ohairman of the bnchi, re marked that the local justices were determined to assist the department in stopping misbehaviour on the late train...

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Federal Football Association. REVISED LIST OF FIXTURES. SENIORS. JUNE 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

Federal Football Assocla. tion. REVISicD LIST OF FIXTURES. SENIORS.. JUNE 27th., Black Rock v Cheltenham Montono v Middle Brighton Moorabbin v Caulfleld District Carrum v Iloathorton Moorabbin Paik al bye JULY 4th Caulflold District v Black Rock Middle Brighton v Heatherton Moorabbin Park v Montone Cheltohham v Moorabbin Carrum a bye JULY 11th, Moorabbin Park'v Middle Brighton Black Rock v Montono Ioiatherton v Moorabbin Caulfiold Distriot v Cirrum Chltenhdm a bye JULY 18th, Middle Brighton v Caulfield District Iloatherton v Black Rook Choltonham v Carrumu " Moorabbin v Moorabbin Park Montono a bye JULY 26thl Carrum v Moorabbin Park - Mentone v fleatherton Black Rook v Mocrabbin Caulfield Distriot v Cheltenham Middle Brighton a bye AUGUST 1st Black Rook v Middle Brighton Cheltonham v Montone Moorabbin v Carrun Moorabbin Park v Caulfield District oeatherton a bye AUGUST 8th, . Middle 3righton v Cheltennam Mentone v Moorabbin Blaok Rook v Cerrnni Moorabbin l'ark v Heatherton Caulfleld...

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