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A Speaking Electric Lamp. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

Al Speaking Eiectrio Lamp. A' 1urplIiri llng alti] to tho laymt`a ' f-i3r ly 10th'o. V two (urmaan 'phy aici:;tots. .'. ci tc , L it IQ titn utll )r 11ew c(11inlt iilti 1 fi ilcioniu it ti )ens tip ,t'iito Iint1er.;t 11ug 9Enihili t.ix, i 3t , (i i t i tli 1.11( tho h ho'l diii hsint (y lo itd vthough th e i L·iiio (if 1110 ' 11?1113 31 11; VOL1111t1, it Ititti g.ýdi ofit tilt* iitkM tor b alb, i cd thamt Ie1Ot3 tt 11(01sup VIi the eot'eeOftt ('It 1,.e (tuilte exporin Itaalsj , I. i.ho ,cullull,, it ltosu,111( conncc'te(I it very fieunn ive 1: ll:ro hoo rlclnelvttl in circuit r c'ia h the: ll;p, tt \\reo lu'r ririt~lt other else ttit'ttllc eppnr'llcis Owl, node 110 o03·' t: nt nc' ccnlt- t.o clriione par iI~se , )+1., to .1111 nssji tu, ivlUI

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

CARTER~. V. Dougherty, Chelsen, . Crawford, Cholteunam.

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

S IUTCI-?ERS, J. W. Perrin, Chelsea. W, C. Bumpstead, Heathlerton, J. Webb, Mordialloo. A. Poynton, Mordialloo. Paice Bros., Mo[ltqine. H. Hewett, Cheltenham. J. Beazley, Cheltonham. A. Marks, Carrum. M. L. Ward, Carrum.

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BUILDERS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

BUILDERIS, Eto. J~, I Jefferson, Brighton, W. M. Billings, Carram. V. Grundy, Mentone, J. Williamson, Chelsea. W. Adams, Mordialloo, F. H. Powell,* Chelsea. G. and A. Coates, Chelsea, ,C Brain, Chelsea. E. Downton, Aspendale. A. Jago, Chelsea. G. R, Hedberg, Brighton Noi'th, '3. R, Valentino, Beaumaris. ;,' :; J. W. Jones and Sons, Mentofne,

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TELEPHONE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

i LL.Lerati?i?, UuiUb il Abbottit, Mason, Mentone. JO Allendale Stud' Farnm, Montone. 08 Al.att, G. T., Choltonlham, 10 AiUm.i, Rt, LI, Cheltenham. 158 UBlderstoue, J. , Montone. 80 Ballautyne, J. M., Mordialloo, :8 Barnott, W. 11., Moorabbin, .JO Baxeudale, A., M[ordialloo, .2H; Blavington, S, Mordinlloo, i 1Bonuriaris Ilotl,. Boeaumaris, 157 s, G. 1., , oorabbin, IL; Bcut?ecy, J., Cheltouhlnu. 170 Bock, J. T, D., Black Rock, 196 Boek. Vie., Black Rock. 11 Bonovelont Asylum, Chelt, 184Y Billings, W. M., Carrnum. 100 Bingle, Mrs, H. C., Sandring'm, l1M Bishop, F. C., Chelsoa. 183 Black, A. H., Snndringham, 178 Blannin, A. i,. Black Rook. 177 Bleneowe, J. R., Moentone, 108 Blyth, Mrs. E, F., Sandringham 224 Bradsnaw, E. H., Montono, 10 Bridge Hotel, Mordinlloo. 07 Brigidine Convent, 'foutone. 171 Brown, W. J. C,, Sindringham. 230 Buchan, R, Monton'o. 01J Burrows, R, M., Cnrrum. 28 Butler, J., Cheltenham. 230 Camoron, L., 8andringham. 11 Caudwell Bros., Mordinlloo and 181 Clark, A. G....

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

F J, Newton, Moorabbin CoOperative Society Largest ,Mores in the District. .FN'fT N.:PEA ' '"'OAD, Cl-f.t "'i'.BIAlv1 Phone, 18 Cbelt, Cash prices lowest in the trade, Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half-yearly. Call and grit paruculars. lest White Bugar, 21d per !b, 2s 6d doz Bo?st 5o test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 3s Iid tin, Best Sago, Tapioca, 2d lb, rs 9d doz, Best Oatmeal, Dice, Pearl Bailey, Split Peas, 21d lb, •s 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s 9d doz, Flour, 251bs paper, 2s 71u, 5olbs 5s 3d, 251bs calico, 2s 9d, 5olk. 5s Gd Our.c n special Blend Teas, is, is 3d, Is 6d B , Lowest Market Fatee for Bran, Pollard, Chadf, Oats, Wheat, laise, Barley ItM , Peameal da, ing, Peag (Dun ant, Y kshire Heros), Blood meal, Bl?od manure, 8t:,aw, Cann Barley, and ail other produce, n ative Societ., _:-..FURNiSH ING UNDERTAKE R,....ý- .. CHAR~MAN N?.UE2D, CHE LTENHAM.'N Fuea's p Conducted in ath tr?i of the bih l Cpaid on all your ...... TE.EPHON E 42, CHELTrNH, ! Ex as,...

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MOORABBIN. Monday, 15th June. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

HOORABBIIN, SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 15th Juno, Present-The President (CI' B, J. Ferdinando), Crs Soudds, White, Kelly, Brownilold, Smith, Marriott, .lills, Shields, Eggleston, Small and Burgess. COiRESPONDENCE, Fro'n the Minister of Railways, per Mr Snowball, M.L.A , stating that the proposed tramway extension to Beaumaris and Black Rook is at present receiving serious considera tion.-Received. From Metropolitan Board of Works, stating that the Water Sap. ply Committee had received the council's iequcst for a reduction of the price of water, and an allowanoa for water used for flashing and fire purposes. They had decided that no such reduction could be made, Cr Mills stated that the position was somewhat unfair. A large amount of water was used for flushing and fire purposes, and it cost the counnil a considerablo,eimount of trouble to collect the aounts, He therefore thought that the Board might make some allowance, under the oiranm stances.-Cr Seudds expressed the opinion that the ...

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

\BLACKcSMI'TI-IS A. Quest, C(hellenh n. R. J, Mitehell, Monton A. Hard±fall, Miortlialloo. A. a . .

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

J, 'Masth~ows, Cliollozham. J. ~f. (4lrnour, Mlovdiulloo . -- S~ti1Iivat, MoatiIoou, -

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

INDEX \i ADVERTISERS. 1AKIlRS. 0. Ioso, C(i)runtliimi. W. (illulch, ?lorldisloo, . J, lhUlt til Ientl. , J.' Roalnio, .\i(il'tono.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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PHOTOGRAPHER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

PHOTOGR APHEH. ,T. .uille; ClI' ken . PRINTIJ R , "News" 'Office, Chettenhvny. T el. C helta n lin m, 211U . J. ~Anderson, Marrdinlloc; ," PICTURt1 ,: SUQI V A rfny'W .Moidialloi. Wiildp, Chelltlihhra- ,· :N+. ¢ R. Maxwell, ClteitInm@)rhai "P. WV'. I{ntar, Chelsea. / TATLORIS. .I, Tniý ilh, N U 'dinlloe, '. 1) l'Twen, City and "Choaeli A.. Thinkiri, ?ntu : nne rul C D, fomain, FPilt 1 oyl ,iuid I ' la. 1i11i Tflr nilt""' C~ lter i fin' : RaCao Bieo., Crfelwlteiihkim .Po well, Sdindhhrimplu, 'WOOL) &, COA ., J, JFisher, Chtenltoui ; -'.. J, and, C. Criaud veil, Mlentone, ' GENUNRAT;, /' ..' Chanff Wý'oikis-J, L. Smith , Benttoiglb. 1lTotomn-Motoi' Ga iagoe Clieltenhmm. Saw ls-- (iel+J ,( C Colaudwell, .Dl nnoitoe; ·! .: 1\'iti'·g:ITn rr.,Cl arrihl e~euloe

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A PARLOUR SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

A PARLIOUR SEORET, Why does the family rocking chair That's silent all the week, On Sunday nights in mad despair. Proceed to mildly squeak ? Whenever father rooks it will In gentle swaying go, It never seems to squeak until The daughter has a beau. Ah I who that knows the cause wont,d dare To spoil the lovers' fun ? " Two souls with but a single chair; Two forms that rock as one,"

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

*IY(OTOR GARAGE Phone 219 Chelt. A. BONIFACE Cars for hire, any hour, 'moderate charges, Repairs of all descrip tions to oars and cycles promptly executed, Enamelling and plat uing at right prices, New machines from seven guineas. Dunlop Tyres supplied 8S. OCAWI'ORD Cartage font&raotor, WEATHRRALL ROAD, .: OHELrENHAM Carting of every description done. Sand and gravel supplied, Phone 147 Ohelt. SERVIOE & ELLOT1 (Late lrocking ai d Son) Cash Grooers ard On?nral Provide 9 Fkrsliwnts, Grocories at Reduced Prioe?. Point NJpean RoadQ SBrigh ton, 9R Telephone, 60, Brighton, Agents for Cumming Smith & Co,'s ManarN Rickett's Garden Seeds W. T. GILL iSPI BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Tuhone IsO Chiltenbnha Bout ,?road an ..,,r: -::de delivered &,:;, ?h:?.-h,.: .: ": ·ialloa Heatherton Butchery I have now~ com:uenced busime OLD DANDE\ONG ROAD, - HEATHERTON, All moat supplied is ol the beit quality and prompt delivery is guaranteed W, C. BUMPSTEAD, Kismet Dairy CHELSEA...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

HOUSEHOLD II INTS. ORANGE MARMALADE,-Take six or eight pounds of bitter oringes, and the same weight' of lump sugar. Pare off the yellow skins of the oranges, taking off as little _of the white skin beneahth as possible. Cut the parings into small strips or chips, and cut them again across, which will make them still smaller. Put them in a pan, with as much water as will cover them, Boil them un til quite soft, and strain them through a sieve. Lay the chips aside, Next, quar. ter the oranges, and scrape out the pulp and the juice into a dish, throwing away the white skins, films, and seeds, Put the pulp, the juice,-and the chips together in the pan, with the sugar, and keep stirring till it boils. Let it boil for half an hour; skim it, and pountit into jars. \\Vhen cold, paper the jars and set aside for use. The above is called chip marmalade; when the maimalade is wanted smooth the skins.must be boiled ald then poun. ded, instead of being cut into chips, Some persons add the juice ...

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DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, June 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

OANDEiONG MIARKET. Tuesday; Juno 16th, MI:diuni suplpy of * niry cattla for.anrd, and prices all tkund wero eAsier, ospeoially 'r inferior sprts. Brm3 of tha priucipil: ots as follows :--Milkers--? Einpesdel s to /11, D. M'fT.lll rI at9, , Closo 2 to ' £9 1's.6d, H. iGamllc, 3 to £i 104, E. Groaves I atB'8 12s 66, G. Thomas 1 nat 19, Wt H.Iiuey 1 s~t S .10.o, J. West I at £9 15s, Goo. Keys 4 £'85s, W. G. Keys 1 ai .£. 10Ca, G, urnnt 2. to £8 1 0s, E,. Higgln' 2 t.'8 6s, P.; 3'Craw I at £10, S. Ulnstoer 1 at £8 7/6. Springers -G. . M'Lellan 4 to .7 10, J. D. Hnuit to £O 17/6,, , Ash'ey 1 at £6, W. Fleming 1 it a7, N, Bowman 11 to £0 16s,;W, Closo 2 to L712/6, Goo. Brint lat LS 10, - 'o:r'gnu 3 to L3 12/6, Goo. Koys 3 to L7 10s, U. Dobson 1 at LB 2/H. Store Cattle Abolu the uniual yiarding, um:d prices abolit, the n.uo, Pi;is :--Short supply,.prices fiii. iBacon, hoavy to 90s, m:dium to L4, fignt to 70e, pol;, pri:a', Ie~auy 45s to SOs, imldiumn 403 to 42s, li,'ht 36a to 38s, stodres ...

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ESTEEM YOUR BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

ESITEEIM YOUR BUSINESS. . coinmon trouble with us all is thai wve fail in our business becauee we think illttlc of it. No man truly succeeds in any :alling who has a poor opinion of it. N, nan has a good opinion of his business vlito uses it only to ni;ke money out of it, No mann can have the best conception ol hii business who does not esteem it for its uscfulncss. And tlhe higher we go-if ' highelir" nd "lower" are proper termnl o use in considering the d'tiferent honor" able iand useful walks of life--the more :learly will it appcnar thait he who only es. eems his business for time living or money that is ihiit, must, if judtged by any lhiqb sltundanri? b'e failure. 4 ' A

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SLATE QUARRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

SLATE QUARRIES. It is a matter of surprise to mann Australians to lcarn that the Com monwealth possesses slate deposits o the very highest quality, which are unsurpassed in any part of the wide world. The finest, quarrins are at Min taro, in South Australia, ard,. archi tects and builde'rs all over the con tinent are eager in their demands fol a larger supply of this valuable and useful commodity, which is represent ed in nearly all our public buildings, The deposits were first discovered over fifty years ago by Mr. P. Brady, and sihee then they have been workec fairly ccnsistently, though, until late ly, only in a small way. It is esti mated that, even though there is a vast increase in the demand, the sup ply is sufficient to last for hundred, of years, For many years Melbourne proved the most profitable market, but ol late, years Adelaide had.quadrupled its trade,.and now all Australiaecom potes for a fair supply, To meet the demand a modern plarni has lately been installed, and ...

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"THOSE WHO GO DOWN TO THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

" THOSE W1O GO DOWN TO THE SEA, The decisions arrived at by the In tornational Conference in London, is of intimate concern to every sea-fer 'g country, and shotild meet with lhe heartfelt approval of all those whose business or pleasure leads'them to "go down to the sea in ships." The too many 'disasters during the last few years have shaken the faith of the travelling public in the benefilient care which the shipowners were popularly supposed to exert for thq safety of their patrons. In a little over a year, two' appalling ac cidents effectually showed the many dangers which passengers run, while oni own shipping chronicles have been marked by more than gne catas trophe recently. Although the authorities have en forced certain precautions, and indi vidual owners have voluntarily adopt ed.others, the perils of the deep have increasod with the growth of sea traffile. The universal dissatisfaction reached its culmination in the Inter national Conference, and through its agency thq.th...

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THE PORT OF BRISTOL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

THE PORT OF B?I3TOL. Bristol, in her choice of delegntei, has shown great per.:3icae.ty. Mr. H. L. Rosely (president of th3 fo.. clety of Bristolians, in Lon lon:, and. Mr. Lewis (commercial rupoerinten ;louent of the Port of Bristol?,- lately delivered instructive and enchusiastic addresses to an Adelaide auditnce, in which the.advantages of their native city were proved beyond doubt, Their mission comes at a happy time-for the question, decentral'sa tion and using the outports is occu pying much attention at .present in Australia, and it is likely to be brought up for discussion at tih con ferenco of State Premiers, For years, the old city of Bristol has held an important poaition in the commercial an.l shipping' world, and last year saw an increaEo of 25 per cent in thle total tonnage entering its docks. The accommodat'on for vessels has advanced with the in-, creased trade, the latest improvement being the Royal Edward Doc': which cost the city considerably over three millions s...

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GENERAL'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914

OENERAL'S MISSION, -4-- The only effective or possible mea'~ of defending Australia are those on which General Sir Ian Hamilton i. at present engaged--the standardi.a tion of Australian forces with th :r., of the Empire, For the cause of Imperial mllit',r: solidarity, it is of small consoleu nat whether the armioe are formed ;; compulsory service, as in Austr..'i , or voluntary enlistment as in Gre.x: Britain. When once the battalioua are in working order the methods eon ployed in gathering them is immato Hal. The great fact is that they are there waiting for the master-hand t, mould them into one great Imperial force, to whose agency by sea and land, Great Britain and the overseas Dominions will owe their very exis. tonce. It is to the navy that Aus. tralia's allegiance is most due. Such authorities as Lord Kitchencr. General Homer Lea, Admiral Mahan, Admiral Henderson, and General Bi1 Ian Hamilton have one and .all em phasised this fact. The latter in his quiet, yet emphatic manne...

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