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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
r ·, I 1V 31' ·,?... i.,h j - · ,,? _;- , Y '3d Estaie Agent, M ordialioc Phone 121 Chelt. ,Moorabin Co(et rative Society LIMITED Lal?g Ioles In he District. FP iirn NEFi;" . - 'O,: 1:, CHELTENHAM Phtne, I8 Chelt, Cash pricea lowest in the trade, Cash bonus paid on all your ,I purchases half.y arly, Call and get particulars, Best White Sugar, a2d per lb, 2s Od doz Best 150 test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, js id tin. Best Bago, Tapioca, ad lb, s 9gd doz, Best Oatmeal, Rlice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, 21d lb, as 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s gd doz, Flour, 251ba paper, as 7,d, 5olbs 5s 3d, 251bs calico, as 9d, 5olbs 5s 6d Our an 8pecial Blend Teas, Js, Is 3d, le 6d Lowest Mnarket Rates Ior Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, Barley Meal, Peameal. lrarning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshire Heros), Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other produce, ROSE BROS., kie.FURNISH ING UNDERTAKERS,,._..., CHARMAN ROAD, CI-IELTENHAM. Funerals Conducted in any asit of th...
PHOTOGRAPHER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
PHOTOGRAPHER., T. Yuille, Chilea PRINTERS. "News" Offlce, Cheltonham. Tel. Cheltenham, 21. POULTRY, J, Anderson, MIordialloo. PIGTURE SHOWS, ?May's, Mordialloc. Wilde, Chelteuham SADDLERS, R. Maxwell, Chleltonham. F. W. hunter, Chelsea, TAILORS. J. Tainlsh, Mordialloe. D, Ewen, City and Chelsea. " A. Rankin, Moentono and City. D. Romain, Fitsroy and Chelsea. E. Hammond, Cheltenham. UNDERTAKERS. Rose Bros., Cheltenham. F. Powell, Sandringham. WOOD & COAL., ,. J. Fisher, Choltonham. J. and C. Caudlwell, Mentone. GENERAL. Chaff Works-J. L. Snmith, Bentleigh. Miotors--Mlotor Garage, Chleltonham. Pigs--rQiflMthlls, Cheltenham. Saw Mills-J. and C. Caudwell; Mentone, Tomnto Snn~on-Tom?n Smith'~. Niusing-Nurse Clayton, ~eatone
FOOTBALL FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
FOOTBALL FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Delegates of the Federal Associa- tion took place on Tuesday last at Moorabbin, when there was a full attendance of delegates. Mr Judd (President of the Ellindale Club) was accorded a welcome to the meet- ing, and in response he said that he regretted that he was not able to get to any previous meetings as he could not find the time. However, he hoped to be present on several future occasions. Umpire Rust reported Norris (Heatherton) and Roberts (Moor abbin Park) for fighting when these teams last met. He stated that when the ball went out of bounds, he followed it, and when he turned round, he saw the two players men- tioned fighting. The rest of the players, and some of the spectators soon stopped them, but it helped to make the game fairly rough from that on. I only reported them to caution them a bit. There was no other fighting on the ground. President: Had you spoken to them before they stopped. Rust: I went ov...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 27 June 1914
Ilacpherson & Kelley U ,rristars.aud soliciaors 237 COLLINS 8S',, M=?IllOURNI LONSDALE ST., DANDENONG pnd at " Daventry," WE.L'PIEIALLL ROAD, OH~0IT'EI l I ~1 Mr C .KELLEY mny b (uonaultod At Weathorall.roed, Ohelt?uham, inthe evea. ing, or by appointment., 'Trnst moneys to lend at ourreat rate, A. SULLIVAN BOOT and SHOE?IAKER 2R9pair neatly exoontu?i, Workmanship guaranteed Right opposite Station, Chelsea .Aspendale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval Opposite Edithvale Road Crossing, NEPEAN ROAD, Good Work, Moderate Charges, Miss I. Muriel Robinson C?ertificated, Trinity College, MuSic, lpndon; Matric. Cert, of LIondon University Visits or receives pupils for Plsano forte, Theory, Harmony, At Orderly Ruoml, Point Nepean Road, Cheltenham, aud at " Dalkeith," Cent e Dandenoug Road, Cheltenham. Terms on application. J. R. Valentine OARPENTER, BUILIDE and CONTRACTOR Beaumrnarls . 1Estimates Prepared, Drn.; m a a Line and I'll cldl, A, Qlas;es of Jew )ll'J made and ropai'ed OLD A...
FRUITERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
FRUITERERS, 8, Stephens, Montone, J. R. Bond, Chelsea. C. Chapman, Cheltenham. GROCERS, W. S. Smiley, Mentone Co-operative Stores, Cheltenham, W. J. Foreman, Cheltenham,. Thompson and Co., Cheltenham, Abbott and Mason, Mentone. J. M. Gilmour, Mordialloc, Mrs. Woods, Highett. F. Shepherd, Aspendale. Mrs. Ewins, Aspendale. Service and Elliott, Brighton. F. J. Jones, Chelsea. F. Bishop,'Chelsea. Stato Stores, Chelsea, HAIRDRESSERS, W. Dorney, Chelsea, C. Bennett, Cheltenham. iIOTELS. F. M. Scudds, MIontone. M. Hill, Mordialloc, J. M'Laughlln, Beaumarla Royal Oak, Mentone INSURANCE. National Mutual, Melbourne. Phoenix Co., -Melbourne. Guardian Co., Melbourne. JEWELLER. S. Bonnett, Cheltenham, LEGAL. M'Pherson and Kelly, Cheltenham R. Greene, Cheltenham. H. C. Price, Mentone. T. Baokhouso, City. LIVERY STABLES, J. A. Fletcher, Aspndale,. J. Murphy, Cheltenhain, P. Kano, Aspondale, MEDICAL. Clements' Tonie, Sydney. Vitadafio, Melbourne. MAMILK. Kismet Dairy, Mentone A. E. Opie, Chelsea. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
The National Mutual Life Association I NOTABLE ILLU8TRATI'd OF TIE NON-FORFEITURE PRINCIPLE, A policy was taken out by Mr Winm, J., Edwards, on 1st December, 1881, and lih paid the premiums regularly up to lit Docember, 1887, After that date he paid no further premiums, The office advanced the unpaid premiums out of the Surrender Value, and kept the policy in full force ntil the death of Mr Edwards on 13~U October, 1891., The positlen of the polioy then was i- Sum assured.. , £1o0 Bonuses added to Policy to date of death ... ,. 23 6 0 8313 6 o Less Premiums and Interest advanced by the Asaocla. tion out of the Surrender Value of the policy ... 54 '19 Amount handed to Widow of deceased ... ... ... £a16 6 • Although only 6 years' premiums wese paid, the policy was kept in force for 10 years, The above is published as a striking example of the benefits to be obtained by aRsnring in the National Mutual Life Asso. ciation of Australasia Limited, RESIDENT AGENTS WM, BROWN AND HARRY BROWN ...
ESTATE AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
ESTATE AGENTS, E. Lessing, Chelsea, W. P. Fairlam, Cheltenham, Small. and Edwards, Mentone, D. White, Mordialloo, F. J. Newton, Mordialloo, W. E. Looker, Mentone. R. W. Wilton, Aspendale. M. S. Lannan, Mentone, Callaghan and Co., City. W. A. Towler, Chelsea.
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
CARRUM, The usual quarterly meeting of the Aspendale, Chelsea and Carrum United Fire Brigades' board will be held in the local fire station on Thursday night next, 9th inst., at 7.45 p.m, The well-known general store of Mr T. J. Crooks has changed hands. Messrs E, B. Giles and R. L Pit ches, storekeepers, of Lang Lang, being thepurchasers. Readers will find on our seventh page, a report of Lthe Progress Association's last meeting.
CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
CHELSEA., U Mr EIlliott Cairnes has been ap. pointed a Justice of the Peace. He Is at present on holidays at Cairus, Queensland. The following cases were heard recently by Mr F. Frewin, J.P. the inaividuals being arrested by Con stable MlcDonald. Thomas Hart was charged withrbeing drunk and disorderly on the 25th ult, On this count he was discharged, A further charge was laid against him of using obscene language, For this offence he was fined £2 or 14 days, but the money was not avail-' able, therefore instead of the Govern. ment receiving a revenue of £2 they are compelled to keep him for 14 days, thus losing ,£4, Patrick Couch was charged for using ob scene language on tl e 27th inst, and was fined £3 or 21 days. The fine was paid. On Wednesday last at the Chelt. enham Police Court, Constable McDonald proceeded against H, B. Smith and ,L. Parry charging them with having ridden Motor Cycles on the footpath on the 24th May last. There was no appearance of Smith, but Parry in the co...
DRAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
DRAPERS, H, Foreman, Cheltenham. Miss Shepherd, Mordialloo, Miss Neill, Mordialloc, Abbott and Mason, SMentone, Richards and Co., Melbourne. Mrs. Spooner, Aspendale,
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
ASPENDALE. At a meeting held some time ago at the residence of Mr R. W. Wilton, it was decided to request the shire council to send an officer to prepare the nedessary data for the construc tion of marl footpaths in Hyde Park estate, at the cost of property. owners. Mr Wilton was empowered to call another meeting upon receirv ing the required information. Having received a report from the shire en gineer during last week, a represen tative meeting of property owners was held at his house on Saturday evening to consider it, Mr Wiltor occupied* the chair. Apologies for unavoidable absence were received from Rev, I. R. Croker, owing to illness, and promising, on behalf of the church, to fall in with any reasonable steps the meeting might decide on ; from Cr Rain, also on account of illness, and stating that he was pleased they had received the report asked for, and would do all in his power to assist in the matter. The engineer's report was read by Mr Wilton. It stated that the cost of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Co-operative Stores, NEPEAN ROAD, SHELTE H AM fj- t- Phone Cheltenham 18 Special Purchases for Cash this week 5000 Bags Oat Hulls Truckloads (from 200 to 240 bags). Delivery local railway station 1s Bag, Spot Cash At Store, 5o to loo bags, i/z bag , per bag, 1/2 CASH PRICES No 1 Star Branning 2000 Standard Bag'4 Truckloads (about 14o bags) Delivery at 1:cal railway station Spot Cash, 2/9 bag Note: No. i Star, not No. 2 At Store, 5o bag lets, 2/i t bag. Single bags, 3/3 CASH PRICES 1000 Bags No. 2 Branning - At `;?re, 5o bag lor;, T/il bag; Single hag. 2/3 CASH PRICES Barley, Pollard or Meal (4 ton, i ton lots or more) At Btore ud bushel (7-busbel bags) At Store, per bag, 1/- bushel CASH PRICES Pea Meal (Good for fattening ducks, pigs, ete,) At Store, 4 ton t ton lots or more, 7bushel bags, ird bushel, bin. gle bags i/. bushel C....' ASH PRICES. Shareholders make a further profit of 5 per cent on account of their dividends, Non· shareholders make a furiher profit of 24- per cent by t...
EVERYLADY'S JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
EVERYLADY'S JOURNAL, The question of whether the girls of Australia and New Zealand are allowed too much freedom is raised by the editor of 'Everylady's Journal' and answered in the July issue 'by. Professor Rentoul, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Australia; Mr Paris Nesbit, K.0.; Mr Higgs, M.P.; and Mrs Dr O'Hara. Professor Rentoul does not think that our girls are allowed too much freedom, Mr Paris Nesbit does not think it would be possible to allow them too much freedom, and the Federal member for Caprioornia be lieves that "a girl should have liberty providing parents take the trouble to advise of dangers that attend in oreased liberty. Altogether it is a very interesting and profitable dis oussion, Amongother good things in this issue of '4verylady's. Journal" will be found an amusing description of the trip from Hobart to the Gordon River of four Tasmanian girls; an interview with Miss Eva Ganthier, the young Frenoh-Canadian con tralto; instructions in the gentle art ...
Brief Reviews "AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Brief Reviews "AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL." Australian novels of the popular order'are recognised more by their merit than by their number, and obhief among recent, books to win good opinions is "The Outlaw," from the pen of David Hennessey. This is a cleverly-conceived romance of the early settlement of New South Wales, A splendid word picture is drawn of the, period in almost his torical detail, and interwouen are the thrilling escapades and dare-devil doings of a man who was forced by tyranny and cruelty into a life of out lawry. Another novel which is sure to meet wtth popular approval, though not yet printed in book form, comes from the skilful pen of Ethel Harlinhapi Quinn, and is entitled "Kathleen Mavoarneen." The auth. oress will be remembered for her "Sands of the Desert" and many others, but it may be safely averred that this-her latest-excels all her previous efforts. It is a pleasing, romance story of a beautiful Irish colleen in Australia, and may be classed as light fiction, ...
Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Auotion Sale.-W. P. Fairlam advertises particulars of a clearing salo at Mordialloc on Saturday next. kThe list omprises the ;oomplete furnishings of a seven rooined villan. Grand Ball -On Wednesday, 8th July, the annual ball in aid of St. Patrick's, Mentouo, takes place in the Mentone Skating Rink. Judg lug by the very complete arrange. ments made by the Rev. T. Quinn, and "otLec gentlemen, the ball should prove a most brilliantt one, and enjoyable to all patrons, This functlon has always been a great success and most popular,