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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
FOOT" [ ALL, The. Mentone p'ayeis and sup porters are far. from satisfied with the umpiring l.st Saturday, and slate that victory should have been theirs . Certainly four of Oarrum's goals were obtained from free kicks, thr.:e of wh!ch were curp- s~ s to everybody, i,.cludiug the Ic. ipeI:ns. However, fentone took their defeat like spomtsn:en, end' ert .rcd no pro. test, , They are to he uomplimen'ed on the splendid, game they rut up, lespite the' absence of such brilliant players as Jknee, Gtriinger, Mmorcnn. Hm't ', Hansand Hulihes. The I,?st playeis were C. Martin, Jhar?l;lin 2, Warrenier, Masklll, C('areell, Ilad' kin and Penny. Cheltenham play Gardenvale it Chelfenham to-day, when the teem will be picked from the following: Brrber (2), Aanins, R Carsr)i, E. Bodley, Windsor, Davis 2' McMav on 2, .. Foreman, Hewett, Pe .ny, Grogan, Coleman, I-Bariae, Brown ing, Teagle, Hutchinson, Wynne, Jones, and others,. The Cheltenham' Juniors are re luested to he on the ground at 2145 sharp ...
GOLF MORDIALLOC GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
GOLF MORDIALLOC GOLD OLUTJ. A ompetiticn for sweepstakes took place IDst Saturday, and re suflt'd in a win for L. F. Gibsorn. The, best c:trds were L, F, Gibson ... 90 6 .84 ., J, Newtni" ... 91 6 85 l? J. MoCallam. 02 6 86 F. A. Iording ... 96 10 86 H. Newton ... 98 12 86 T,S.We'sFter ... 105 18 87 C. ('uo ... 100 7 *93 Rev Cooliug ... 113 18 95 The competition for the first mnnthly meohl will take place.to-. day, A intch with " ThaePines" olub, Sunbury. has ben arrai?ail foP the 27~ h i·t.. in .thle local linksl a The, toern will inolulidoi've tailes . ' The , oyal Park olub is endeavor irg to arrango a match with the local club.
SPORTING. HARRIERS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
SPORTING. 4-0- HARRIIlRS Cheltenham wud I, ordi;icce m u. hers met at Cambrnrwe!l last SSatur day with Ihwtio.n and Y.M.C.A. A 5-mile pack run w.s held, the result heirog thnat Dad McCauley wV;s filst Ihirrln, t ith Snowy I,'rk- laud a guud second, and Clara Simps u third. Andcr.ou and Wil sa t had a good go for fourth place. To-lay nenibeis have a rnn at, F.i field.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
Macpherson & Kelley Barristao's and solicitors .37 COh[dN1i S1', MiBH1OURNIv LONSDALE Si'., DANDENONG and it " Dvwontry," WEA'lII'ERAT , tOA:D, C(1,Iril S.NiAn Mr 0 IKELLEY in by bo, u loitl I at Wonthorall-rovl, COh I?t1 va, in t h ev3,n. ing, ow by ilppuintn ut, 'l'T nt |? mnoy,; to lon.l aut ourire:,t r?uto A. SULLIVAN BOOT' and SHOE MKKER Repairs neatly exoiutJl, Workmanship guarantood Right opposito Station, Chelsea Aspendale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval Opposite Edithvale Road Crossing. NEPEAN ROAD. Good Work. Moderate Charges. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Miss I. Muriel Robinson Certificated, Trinity College, lnMuic, London.; Matric, Cert, of London Uiversity Visits or receives pupils for Plano. forte, Theory, Hirmouy, At Orderly Ro5m3, PJint Nspean Road, Cucitoah.iia, and at ' l)d.keith," Cent'e D utdenoug Road, Cheltenham. Term; on application. J. R. Valentine (J.1'ifN'T'Ilit, 1UIL)E't and CUNTRACTOR 10aumaris S]stimates Prepared, Fs9 , in a Lin...
BEAUMARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 20 June 1914
BEAUMARIS. Oa Wednesday last a farewell social was tended to Miss M. King, who is leaving the district with a view of being married. The social took place at the residence of Mr J. Coyne, and there was a fair atten~ dance of residents. Before the &nbsp; gathering dispersed many useful presents were presented to Miss King by her admiring friends.
NET REVENUE ACCOUNT [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
Nli REVENUJE ACCO UN1 To Divldends Shareholders .. £160 2 3 Non-shareholders,,, '40 5 0 Non-shareholders, moiety to Contingency Fund ... ... 40 5 0 243 12 ( Contingency Fund ( per cent on sales) 37 4 2 Interest on Capital 15 17 4 Honorarium ,,, 15 0 0 Income tax ... 16 11 11 £325 .5 8 Balance ...,,,,, 435 6 -1 £760 12 3 By Balance ..,.... £8382 1 8 Profit and Iross Ao. 498 10 7 760 12 3 The auditor, Mr J. Head, in sub. mitting his report as to the accounts of the society for the half-year being in order, emphasized the rapidin orease of the business, The oapital employed there mwas being larned over nearly seventeen times per year, This was a remarkable position for a general store to be in, It showed that the profit on the artioles was at a minimum, and that the manager was careful about the length of oredit aooonats to oustomers, The stook and book debts showed a slight iuonrease at the stook-taking period. This was accoounted for by th?'fot that the a:counts inoluded seven weeks'...
Moorabbin Co-operative Society 35th HALF-YEARLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
Moorabbinl Co.operative Society 35th HIALF-YEBRlY M&IrTI'NG Shareholders of the above Sodiety met last Monday nlght at the Cheltenham Mechanic' Insti. tute to reoeive balance sheet anl transact ordinary business in con. nection with this socle.y. There was a very large attendance of mem bers, which is contrary to the usual custom, the pr.cedure on muany oc oasions having been that of gather ing in sufficint members to' form a quorum The president (.~r F. T. LePage) presided, and in express ing his pleasure at seeing so many present, thought that the experi ment of holding the meeting on a Monday instead of a Seturday night had proved immensely successful, as it was a very much larger mn.et !ng than they had had for many years past, and he thought the com mittee would adopt Monday night as their meeting night in future. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and con firr ed, the ohairmatn submitted a verbal report oa his own aci? nut as to the position of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
Notice. I beg to notify the resieldents ed Chelsea and surrounding distrlet ihat I have started as GENERAL CARRIER All trahns met, Address yew parcels and goods to my care, and thereby ensure safe and spe?dy delivery. W. Dougherty, Chelsea Mrs. A. Bartlett, WOODLANDS DAIRY, ARGYLE AVNUE, Chelsea. ?EGS to notify the public that she ta opened a DAIRY at the abmn ar. Fresh Milk delivered twice daly Cream s!ways on hand F. W. Hunter SADDLER Opposite Station, CHELSRA, Harness repaired promptly, Best material used. Moderate charges, F. H. Powell, Builder and Gontractor, IHouse Painter and Siguwriter., Contracts taken. Estimates gives Local Agency of Guardian Assurance Company. Berry Avenue, Chelsea Cheltenhamn YOTOR QARAGE Phone 219 Cheit. A. BONIFACE Cars for hire, any hour, moderate charges, Repairs of all descrip. tions to oars and cycles promptly ex?ncted, Enamelling and plat ing at right prices, New machines from seven guinean, Dunlop Tyres supplied S. CW~W'ORT oCatago Oentaeotor, WA...
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, June 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
OAND?E?N(i MARKI(ET,. 'TuL'wl!.g'. .1lln 23rd. A fair yarding of ,l-l?!ik forivard and sales ,easier., Th., fellowing are the principal luts;--Account N.,owrnan 1 at L11 5/, R. Auw u ;,: £!0O, 1, Eden 1 aft ,9 15/, . . , lKys I at £9 1I/, S. Bn kor 1 t 'l) 12/6, W. Keano ly 3 to £9 2/0, F. Einsiodel ,.to d£ js, W G, Keys a to L8 17/6, I. Corrig'n 1 at £S 17/6, D.M'IollIan 1 at £8 5/. Sprin?tr , foxvard, 27. 10s to ,O', backward .£5 5, to £6 hIs. Store alnd -young stock atlato rates. 'igs:--Suall Pnppiy of all .Iases, competition keeon Uao n 60s to 78s, heavy porkers 423 to 48s' light 34e to 40s; sbtores to 32e, asoekers 15'
FOOTBALL FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. (Continued from page 8) [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
FOOTBALL -4-----. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. (Continued from page 8) Umpire Jenkins reported the above two players for charging and also Eyani (Moorabbin) for throwing the ball st Hase, and hitting him in the face, Umpire Jenkins stated that the ooourrence took place in the last quarter, Just after the start of the quarter, Dawson charged Haase. I stopped the play, and cautioned Dawson telling him to "Ease up a bit" A littlelater Dfaws.m oharged Haase and Hiaie charged Dawson, and I cautioned them both, 1 said I would report both, and while I was taking Haase's name, Evani threw the ball at Haases I asked Eyani for his name, and he said "Brooks". Later on he told me his name was Eyani, and said "If you can spell it you can have it. Haase had an awk ward way of playing. He uses his weight, and I think this got on Dawson's nerves, Mr Balding (Mentone Delegate.) What is your definition of a charge, Mr JenkinsP Jenkins: gave his definition of a charge, and added that Dawson said he would have...
CHELSEA'S PROGRESS FOUNDATION STONE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND LAID. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
CIHELSEA'S PRO(:?ISS -4---- FOUNDATION STONE OF THE CHUROH OF ENGLAND LAID. Another stop in the remarkable development of this seaside township was taken on Saturday afternoon, when the foundation stone of the Ohuroh of England, termed " St. Chad," was laid by His Grace Arch Lbshop Olarko. The site selcotod for this building is in Thames Promen ade, only three minutes from the station. The land itself was gener ously given for the purpose by Mrs Nioholson. The building is to be a wooden structure, capable of seating 150 persons, and ample provision is madoefor enlargement at an early date should the necessity arise. There was a large gathering present on Saturday afternoon, including ministers from neighboring churches and also representatives from other denominations in the ;district. The weather for the occasion was de. lightful, being almost a spring day, certainly most suitable for the open. air ceremony. Probably the greatest attraction for those present was the fact that the A...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
HORDIALLOC. Mr Robert W. Smith has been in trouble, being oharged at the Dandenong court on Tuesday last with stealing an overcoat valued at 30s ·from the premises of '?. R. Hawthorn, draper. Acoused, who admitted five prior convictions, was sentenced to three months' imprison. ment. The congregation of St Nicholas' Church gave a social on Taursiay night, to welcome back the Rev W. R. Cooling, and to say farewell to the Rev G- W. Kelly. A purse of sovereigns was presented to the latter minister, A very quiet wedding' was cele. brated last Satarday in one of the leading churches of Melbourne, Mr W. Hali, third son of Mr C. W. Hall, of Tacoma Cafe, and Miss Myrtle Walsh, eldest daughter of Mrs Walsh, of Kensington. Mr Sam Blackwood, of Montgomery street was best man. The happy couple spent the honeymoon in Ballarat' The distriot bend has made good progress. The first lot of instru ments, value t40, has now been paid for in full. A special general meeting was hold in the Meohanics' Ian...
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
CARRUM, •Mr E. T. Deakin advertises else. whete in this issue, particulars regarding his business as a baker, A statement which appeared in the "Argus" during the week created some amusement, and also con siderable disturbance amongst mem bers of the Progress Association, whodealt with the matter in their ordinary monthly meeting held last Wednesday evening, Indignation was expressed at the publication of what they alleged to be a fabrication Memters were quite satisfied that if such a committee had been formed as was stated, to injure the tyres of motor ears they would know some thing about it, as a matter of fact no one person knew anything about the matter until it appeared in the paper mentioned. There was no need for investigation into the matter, The seoretary was instruoted to submit the following letter to the paper which duly appeared in yesterday's issue: "Progress Association, Carrum. To the Editor of the "Argus." Sir,-At the regular monthly medt uing of the above the pre...
BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
BENTLEIGH. The annual social of the Ellintnie Cricket Club wits held in the Mechanics' Iall oa Saturday last, The secretary (Ifr H.. Simmondds) gave a very satislfactory report of the club's doings during the past season. The President, Cr W. G. Burgess, presented the trophies won during the past year. The prizes were as follows :--First bat. ting, presented by Mr Dodge, won by G. Roberts- Second bowling, presented by A, and W, Burgdss, won by A Ellin. First bowling, a silver-mounted badl, presented by Mr Malome, won by A. Ellin. Second bowling, silver mnedl, pre sented by Mr G, Ward, won by Mr G. Simmnonds. Highest inlividaal score, a bat, present.d by Mr E?, Baker, won by Mrhit 0. Judd
CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
CHELSEA. A correspondent puts the following query to us "LIs the Chelsea Progress Association rightly named, should it not be the Chelsea Zoo ?" His contention is that some of the mem bers present at the monthly meet ings keep up a persistent munohlng of monkey nuts, or peanuts, as they are commonly called. He gives as an instance that he attended an association meeting, and he could not hear the chairman's remarks because of the chewing and crack ing of nuts. (We are satisfied that the association is rightly named, notwithstanding the contention of our correspondent. It might pos. sibly be that these members, who are noted for the energy displayed by them in the progress of Chelsea, are anxious to allow a certain amount of their superfluous energy to escape them at the meetings by such methods) A pleasant social evening, ar. ranged by the ladies' committee was held in the Congregational ohurch on Wednesday. The building ws nicely decorated for the occasion, and there was a large at...
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
. ... 1d GOLF , The first monthly medal was oom. peted for on Saturday, when D. G. Jamieson was declareod the winner with a net soore of 63. The handi caps have been re.adjusted on a par golf basis, The best oarfls were : Gross Hop Net D, G, Jamieson.., 85 22 63 E, K, Lording ,.. 89 22 67 G. H. Rogers ,.. 81 13 68 D. GaI .,, 79 9 70 H. P. Curwen ,, 111 40 71 E. T. MeCallam,., 84 13 71 J. J. Daly .. 94 22 72 Geo'ffNewton ,,, 90 18 72 F. A. Lording ... 91 la 73 J. S. Webster ... 102 27 75 M, A, Webster ,,, 103 27 76 F.J.Newton ,,, 90 13 77 L. F, Gibson ,,, 91 - 13 78 C. Johnstone ... 115 ' 36 7 I, C. Lording ... 115 36 7J A, Vanner .,, 87 7 80 P. H. Phillips .~., 10L 20 8 I C. Cooke ,,, 98 18 82 W. 0, Ingpen ,,, 104 22 82 W. R Oooling .., 110 27 8? A match will b. playe.. alu??:; the Snubury oemb on the loJil linkj tb-day, to 20. Calves:-Su?ll supply aud vary dear. E1xA to 133, otheras 7 to 30a.
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
ASPENDALE. A meeting of the Foreshore trust was held in the fire brigade station on Thursday night last, at which there was a record attendance of members, It was resolved that the support~gf the trust be accorded to the Patterson River committee in its efforts to have the mouth of the river dredged, Correspondence was received from the Aspendalo and Wells road State schools and from the Royal Life Saving Society according support to the proposed swimming and lifea-savlng competi. tions for children attending the State sohools in the South riding, and the following members of the trust were appointed as members of a committee :?-Mosers Baldie, Jen. nings, Hamilton, A. W. Jones, and J J, Smith, with the president and the secretary, Messrs Keith and Evans, to act in conjunction with a representative from each of the five school committees, to draw up the necessary regulations to govern the competitions, Business of aroutine charaoter was disposed of, and it was resolved that the next ...
SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
SANDRINGHAH. 39] A service specially for men will b? hield to-morrow evening at All Souls' Ohureh of England at 7 p.m. The preacher will be the Rev H. F. Goss, who will deliver an address espaoi ally suited for the occasion. The service will be held under the aus pices of tho' local branch of the Churoh of England Men's Sooioety. All men of the distviot are invited to be present. The first meeting of the newly formed branch of the Protestant Allianeoo Friendly Soioety w is held in"the Meohanies' hall last Monday., Mr Mogson presided, and the hall was woll filled with a epresont~iive gathering. Tho proceedings took the form of a high-class conoort, to which the following contributed : Songe by Misses Holmes and Hod: ges, Messrs Power, Preston, Bla dook and Vivash, Recitation by Miss Dowdle. Miss Sinclair actodl as pianist. Addresses were given by J, Callaghan, grand secretary of the society, also Mr GU Briggs, past master. A number of items have beeti held over, owing to pressure on ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
Co.operative Stores, NEPEIN ROAD, CHELTEN *AM Phone Cheltenham z8 Special Purchases for Cash this week 5000 Bags Oat Hulls Truokloads (from 200 to 240 bags). Delivery local railway station is Bag, Spot Cash At Store, 0So to loo bags, a/s bag ,, per bag, i/2 CASH PRICES No 1 Star Branning 2000 Standard Bags Truckloads (about 140 bags) Delivery at local railway station Spot Cash, 2/9 bag Note: No. I Star, not No. 2 At Store, So bag lots, 2/a bag. Single bags, 3/3 CASH PRICES 1000 Bags No. 2 Branning At Store, 50 bag lots, a/I bag Single bag, 2/3 CASH PRICES Barley, Pollard or Meal (i- ton, I ton lots or more) At Store Id bushel (7-bushel bags) At Store, per bag, i/- bushel CASH PRICES Pea Meal (Good for fattening ducks, pigs, ste,) At Store, ~ ton ton lots or more, 7 bushel bags, aid bushel, sin. gle bags a!. bushel CASH PRICES Shareholders make a further profit of 5 per cent on account of their dividends Non. slhareholders make a further profit of 2~ per cent by the same means; The d...