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Municipal Elections MOORABBIN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
Municipal Elections MOORABBIN " ^ The only definite statement which' has been made up-to-dats with re gard to the whole of the four ridings vithin the shire relates to the Eass , riding, Cr Shields having deter mined not to renominate. He lis been requested from more than one quarter to reconsider his decision, but apparently the requests have had4 no weight, for he still adheres to his determination not to stand. Mr J. Macartney, of Mordialloo, announnoe his intention to nominate some weekeh ago, and in to-day a issue will ba found a notice from Mr H, Oastlfk, of Olariund, to the effeoot that he will offer his services to the ratopayear.' Urgent requests have been made to Mr W. R, Simpson to contest the vacancy; a definite answer lhas not yet been received. If it be in the afihlmative he would stand a good chance of winning the seat, He is wall and favorably known, more par tioalarly in the North porti,.n of the riding, and will obtain a good general support, So fac as th S ,)oth r...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
CHURCO OF ENGLAND. OhelteJnham--ll am,, Mr Jones i 7 p,m, Rev C, Crotty Dingloy-11.15 a un., Reov C Crotty; 7 15 p m, Mr Jonoe Moorabbin--3.15 p.m., Rev O. Crotty Mentone--ll I mU, Rev G, Kelly; 7 pm, Mr Donton Mordiallo-l11 aam., MIr Livingston; 7 pin,, Rev G. Kelly Aspendale,--11 a,m. Cacrnin-i.30 pin. -Supply Chelsea?--7,80 pm, . METHODIST. MIoorabbin--ll a,m,, Mr Revelli 7 p.m., Rev C. ,Fowler lontloigh-- 11 ,.m., Rev Fowler; 7 pm., Mr Franois CholtenhRm .- 11 au,, Rev Horton ; 7 pm., Mr Coombor Montonio-l1 n.m., aad 7p.,n; Mr L~aughlin Mordildloo-- ii am Mr FranuoIeI; '7 p.m, Rev Horton Heatllhurton--3 pm,, Mr Dyson; 7 p.m., Mr Brown Carrum--3 pm, Rev HIorton ChelsoeniHall--7 p.m., Mr Snell Aspendale-ll am., Mr Snell. 7 p,m., Mr Shatwell PRESBYTERIAN, Cheltenham--11 a.m,, Mr Harper ; 7 pm, Rev J. H. Hewitt Mentono--l11 a;m,, Rev Hewvitt; 7 pm, Mr Harper CONGREGATIONAL. Blok IRook - 11 am, and 7 pm., Rev Reginald Tmrnor Chelsea-li am., and 7,15 pm., Rev W, S Poarao CHURCH OF CHR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. SEvery article at City prices, Circulating Library, Latest Books, TLicensed to sell stamps, Telephone, Cheltenham 75. Agent for all the best makes of Pianos, Expert advice. FOR SALE, ONY, 12 hands, 8 years, quiet, saddle and harness, also child's saddle and bridle. Blaokwood, Mentone H OR E and CATTLE RUGS, from 4s; Tarpaulins Rubber Coats, any quality, any price Save 2s in the £, and buy from the Market Gardeners' Assoulca. don FOUR Pair White Runner Duoks, one forrott, M'Swain, Lower Ddandonong road, Mentone, USCOVY Drakoe, young, 7d lb. live weight, cheap as meat, Suitable for mating. TURNER, Flindersn.street, Ohel. touham, WANTED TO BUY. I ALVYES, Hoiefors, Iulls, Pigs. Ago, J condition or breed no objeot, Higheost prices, Cards attended. FREDK, PORTER, Blontloigh SITUATIONS WANTED. IRL1, wants work, by day, washing, usrubbiug, etc, about Cheltsnhim H M, O...
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
MENTONE. The marriage of Mr Michael J Kett, of "L Basinbank," Drouin, Gippsland, to Miss Mary King, of Beaumaris, was celebrated at St. Patrick's Church on Wednesday last. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Quinn, The bride was charm ingly gowned in white satin with coura train, supported by two little trainbearers, and carried a shower honuquot. Miss Lynoh, as brides. maid, was dresed..in a cremo oash niero, and Mr Leo, Coynio oted as biet man. After the ceremony the guests adjourned to the reoreation hall, where the breakfast was held, Rev T. Quninn proposed the health of the bride and bridegroom. Mr M. Kott rusponded, Mr J. Coynoe pro posed the health of the bride's parents,. Mr P. King responded. The moast of the bridesmaids was responded to by Mr Leo Coyne. The happy couple left by motor amidst showers of confetti, for Ballarat where the honeymoon is to be spent The catering was carried out by M. W. Hayes. Another addition to the architec ture of the township is now being c...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
CHELTENHAM. 'Harold Coleman, assistant accountant at the Benevolent Asylumn, was charged at Port Melbourne on Tuesday with having travelled first class on a second.class ticket, He submitted a plea of absentmindness. Beoing short of oash he, for the nonce, purohased a second class ticket, and, so accustomed was he to travelling firs:t class that; when he saw the cheoking gang enter the train at Richmond he1 though in a first class crriage, forgot all about his seconi class tioket until challenged at Ilawksburn. The bench imposed a fine of ,s, with 5s, costs. The Tennis olub intend holding a ouohre party and dance on. Thursday 9th July, Cards and danoing will of courseo supply th3 evenings pro. gramme, Doposit.ors in the State Saving Bank are reminded by advertisemont that the Inispeootor (Mr E, J. Arm s'rong) will be in attendaneoo at the bank on Thursday, 2nd July, for the annual inspection of pass books. It is inoumbout upon every depositor to produce his or her pass book at this ...
GARDENVALE v. CHELTENHAM JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
GARDENVALE v, UHELT1EN. HAM JUNIORS. These teams met on the Chelten ham ground on Saturday, and a good game resulted. Both clubs were well represented, and the ground was in good order, The first quar ter was well oontested, the ball tra velling up and down the ground rapidly, Cheltenham opened with a point, and Oardeavale secured three singles during the quarter. The second term was also evenly contested, the visitors adding 2,1 and the locals 1,4, the scores at the in terval being: - Gardenvale, 2.4; Oheltenham, 1.5. The third term was slightly in favor of the visitors, though the locals fought hard to seoure the lead. Gardenvale, by picking out their men and passing to the forwards, added 3.3 to their tally, while Cheltenham put together 2,3, The scores at the final change stood--Gardenvale, 5.7, Cheltenham 3.8. With 11 points deficit to wipe off, the locals set to work in the last quarter, but much of their good play was spoilt in giving free kicks for holding and bad shooting f...
Free Railways ADDRESS BY Mr JOSIAH THOMAS, M.H.R. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
Free Railways . --.-$---. ADDRESS BY Mr JOSIAH THOMAS, M H.R. At Chelsea a well-attended publio meeting was held recently, at Brooks' hall, under the auspices of the P.L,C. Mr D' J, MoDonough, president of the local branoh, in introducing the speaker, said that the subject was of a non-party character, but all the same it would tend to strengthen the hands of the party in the forthoom ing struggle, which would be a unique one in the history of the Common. wealth, In the Flinders electorate the man they would have to fight against was the most bitter of all against workers in the distriot and every man and woman in it should belong to the party. He appealed to those present to do all in their power to increase the membership. Mr Thbmas, who was received with applause, spoke in a very calm and collected manner, opened by saying that the subject of free railways was one he was very keen on, He con sidered it true nationalisation. By that he meant not free travelling alone, but the carr...
MORDIALLOC v. ELSTERNWICK [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
MORDIALLOO v. ELSTERNWICIK The second meeting of these teams this season took place on Satnrday at Mordialloc, On a previous Saturday Elsternwick won by three goals, after an Interestlnug galme. On Saturday the members of the local team, although some distance lower in position on the list professed themselves confident of victory, Elsternwick, without the good services of their captain (Morris), who is undoubtedly a fine player, seemed a little dubious in the matter, but still expressed the opinion that they could win, but not without a great struggle. They were very late in arrlving, being de'ayed by punctures of the motor vehicle the journey was made in, co sequently the game was not commenced till 345. The teams were : Mordialloc -. Glaufield (capt.), Talt, Geggie, M'Mahon, Stuart, kodgerson, Day, Patterson (2), Williams, Noonan, Emery, Hardi man, Looker, Tormey, Droupe, Cobb, 13u ler. Elsternwlck -J. Kohn (capt), Berry, Bash. G. Kohn, Mills, M'Namara, Powell, Eason, Kitch ing, ...
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XVIII. DETHRONED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
Terribly Tempted. A StKIAIL .TORY BY ANMABEK GRAY. CHAPTER XVIII. When the next morning Lenoro rv. covsrod from her swoon, and sitting up in her bed realised that all was over between herself and Colonel Stamer, a wave of such sickness and of sorrow swept over her soul, that 1i seomned to earry half her lifo away with it. Poor Lnoroel sheo looked dazed and shaken onough in all conscionce, as she crept to ihe light, feebly wonder in gwhaFthad really happened; if she was so wife at all, but merely a sha dow-a wraith of his past--her idol whom she may have scon for the last time, As she put her hand to her head, she found her hair had gone, that lt was out quite colso to her head, as it had been once before, when she had been sent to prison, and she laughed a little, and msa down again to think. Was she to be always wronged WaR she always to suffer f-moet wull iruelty and ingratitude? Art had come to her under angelio guise, art that might have sustained, and lifted her above mortals a...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
SBOUTIH AUSTR~LIAN '1', Barron .. 59 .. 476 D. Robertson ... 53 ... 469 P. Pope .. 43 ., 463 T. aarron .. 40 '. 454 WPurvis . 87 ... 421 H. Woodhead ... 37 ... 406 W, Purvis ...,:. 40 ,.,, 402 Marville P, Farm 45 ,,; 400 India,.. .. 49 ... 380 IBroderiok Bros, 81 ,, 306 A large numb?L,.of poultry far, mers throughout the. district are making aclive preparation for the ensuing season. Many improve. ments ate being effected, and prd. vision 'nrade for what pronises to. b an eiteisive business. MJr W. W. Scott, proprietor of' the Aberfeldie Poultry .'Farm, Chel. tenham, is noted for his up-to.date. metbods, both as regards conduct of business and advertising sam. He has now prepared an ad'ertisinF stamp, to be used cn the same pre. paration as Australian manufac tmiers have used for some time tU further the publio buying good: made in Austislia. The show in connectiqn with the Brighton Poultry 1Socie.y,-waq et temarkable sucotss. There wern 720 exhibits, mostly, of course from Victoria...
BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
BENDIGO POULTTRiY UOCIETY W., ThompnA.,'3i .. 228 Utility P. Farm', 2.. .. 2039 G. Berotuinieor 30 ..' . 182 , .'Smith ., 19 "., 178 Spotewood :. 15 ... 77 W. Swift . 2, "7 .:' 176 ?Iarville P, Farm 20 .,, 169, M. Doyle . 25 .. , ,166 A. Fastum ,, 16 ... t4' Schaefer Bros. "20 ' ..' i59
The Matches. CARRUM v MIDDLE BRIGHTON. A FRIENDLY GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
The Matches. CARRUM v MIDDLE BRIGHTON. A PRIENDLjY GAeEM. Genial weather, genial football, atd genial surroundings were the order of the day when the extremes net, so far as the extent of the association boundaries are con cerned, last Saturday at Carrum, They (Carrune) are an improving team, and with a few more sup. porters and an anticipated new guround at the proposed recreation tesaerve, we hope to record in the -sear future their ascent in the ladder of football premiership, as -regards our district. They cer taluly had no chance against liddle Brighton from the jump, but, taking all things into consider ation, they did not allow the visi. tors to take it too easy, Middle Brighton spelled Scott, Beulde, Sellars, Campbell, Stewart and Burley, and gave Hope, O' Meara, poster, Millis, Brooks and Grant a run. The teams were : Carrum - A. Graham (capt), HIanning (2), Davis (2), Stewart (2), Andrews (2), Mossengtoi, M'Dougall, Wells, Her,, Bell, Thomas, Forsyth, Pillar and Er win. Mi...
MEAT MADE FROM MALT. GRAINS THREE TIMES AS NUTRITIOUS AS BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
iEAT MADE FROM MALT. GRAINS'THREE TIMES.AS NUTRITIOUS AS BEEF. ;The aris, mntelicJ' journal en nounce bhat M, EITr'oant, a ]elflgtll rhemist, has propared a: veryf plla talile form. of rtfldclal meat,. i The meat is' produced by the methods ,. of s ntohetic : chdnilstry,' Itq flavoir can be varied) to resent blo that. o beeof, mutton, lhaid, veal, oi' pork, Its flavour is .very dellcato, and it is much mlore nu tl itious thfi orilnary meat. M;. E'ffroit hn'ade his nioa't chlly ft. m ,the. malt grqins, whlch are'. th'iu?lyun away afteri their .use, inl b·row!ng Heonce.:4thlis process meanus a groat economy, .Many othler nla lerlals now thrown" a w ip, after their use in tho 'ind'strloi may be om ployed: . , The Jpelgian chemJst took. th.mnilt., grains, wiasheld -imid pressed:, tlien, . SNbxt'ije gave tJcmi n sulphurlic acid bath ad aled limo to,.themn, .'Jhon hie pt tiemn tlhiourih a piiroeoss of flltrpttion a!d oyapora.tioni? and tnht ally prossed them again.n The result was a subst...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
J. W. Jones & Sons Mentone Parade, MENTONE Carpenters, Builders, and Contractors Office and Shop fittings a specialty Mrs Cooper, DRESSMAKER, TIAIN STREET - HIIGHETT (opposito Station) Ladies and ohildren's dres materialn mado up. Latest. 'eatyles, piomptness and modor. aiato oharges, merit your / patronageo., . A TRIAL SOLICITED. G. R. Hedberg Bullder and Contrac1tor Remming St., BRIGHTON NTH. Estimates given for all descriptions of carpenter. ing work. Can ble seen for lhe p~uet a Smlth anud Mitchell's job, Chclten. ham. Ms, . Ward FANII,Y BUTCHER Point Nepean Road, CARRUM All slaughtering done by the pro prietor, in tIhe district. Thereby ciustcnrs gel cue quality, and that the best Small goods aspeciality (eneral Storekeeper, etc. CHELSEA Leand for Sae. Houses an d Ci p To Let, Intual:ces Effected. We have special opportunities for securing tenants for houses. Owners would do well to place their business in our hands, Phone, 91M Chelt, Solid Leather Solid Wear. SULLIVAN ...
SPORTING. HARRIERS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
S PORTING. HARRIERS Members of tho Oheltenham Mordialloo olub joineo with Clifton. Hill Baptists in a paper ohase I?a Saftuday at [kfaidolrl. Poppy Auderson laid tlh trail over somrn mtddy gronud, but; apparontly this saited Snowy Kirklanud, who scemod to eujoy himself in his ondoavors to *wih ' Tl' I thx'roe vjfii C ' looal olub were A. MoAuley, E. 1L Wilbon anad R. Kirklnd. To.day the olub rua at Ivanhoe with Riohl motid, v. .. a