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Brighton District. First Grade. CHELTENHAM v HOLY TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

Brighton District,. rait t grade CH1LTrENHAM v HOIY STRINITY, The above match was coin menced on the 10th inst., and con cluded last Saturday, on the Elsternwick pitch, Cheltenham scored an easy victory, as the scores published below will show. W. J. Foreman played a brilliant game, 204 not out. Ten bowlers had a try ; the eleventh man would have been put on, but had to leave, some unkind critic giving as the reason, "that he wasn't looking for any more leather." At eight wickets for 361, the innings wcs declared closed, Cheltenham. A. Cole, b Grigg ... ... 1 W, Bridgborn, c, b Burns ... 15 W, J. Foreman, not out ... 204 A, Chandler, b Grigg ... ... 48 H. Cole, c, b Barnes... ,, 6 H. Rae, c, b Barnes ,, ,,.... 5 E. Tuck, c, b Burns ... ... 37 F. Fisher, b Grigg . ..,, 9 W. Rose, b Grigg ... ... 0 Livesley, not out . I Sundries .. .. . ... 36 361 Holy Trinity. J. Barnes, b Fisher . ... 6 L. Nicholson, b Rae ..,,. 14 P. Grigg, not out , , 45 V. Speering, b Rae ... .. 0 Hammond, c Live...

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LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Caulfield-Moorabbin. "A" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES, Caulfleld-Moorabbin. "A"Grade. East Caulfield, 185, beat Murrui. beena, 52 (two men short), by 133 runs on the first innings. Oakleigh, 351, beat Malvern Dis trict, 208. "B " Grade. Oaklelgh B, 150, beat East Caul field, 148 and two for 23, by two runs on first innings. Carnegle, 141 and two for 20, beat Glenhuntly, 53 and 107, by eight wickets,

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Cheltenham Police Court Wednesday, January 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

Cheltenham Police Court Wednesday, January 21st, Justices present.-Messrs Cohen, P.M., Frewin, Burgess, Barnett, Penny and Rogers, J.'sP. Non-attendance at School. The prosecuting officer (H. Bucher) proceeded against several parents for not sending their children to school regularly The following finos were recorded-D. Cahill 2s, P. King 2s, A. Caulfield 5s, E. Hunt 2s, W. Munya 2s, and J. Bastian 2s. Cabbage Stealers. Four youths were' proceeded against by Constable McDonald for stealing cabbages from the property of J. Burleigh, Chelsea, on the 20th inst. They gave the names of A. Cartwright, 8. Russell, J. Gleeson, and G. MoQueen, and pleadled guilty. J. Burleigh stated he rented a farm of 40 anores at Chelsea, The cab 1, bages were growing thereon. He gvu ii on , ,by to take the Mahhnges, I. ,1, saw the acoused on the Iw. . t, j :i p.m. on the day motr.ionel, :dil ::w them pulling nomse ca i. .: :-, ;'utting them into a paok W;t,, ; got nearer to them th,.- *:i ., led to run aw...

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MALVERN HEIGHTS v. MENTONE. B Pennant. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

MALVERN HEIGHTS v, MENTONE, B Pennant. 0ulds, Scantlebury, J. Caudwell, Jordan . . .. 34 - Malvern Heights ,- 18 Canty, Townsend, Erwin, G. M?oloney .. ,, 34 - Malvern Ieights ' ,,, 2 Sheody, Caudwell, E. Moloney, Popper. . ,, ... 26 - Malvern Heights ,...- 16 TI'hurling. Townsond, Coffey, Lannan ... . 20 - Mialvern Heights ,, ... - 33 114 90 On Monday a rink tourney takes place at Mordialloc, which will occupy the whole of the day. All rinks, as now formed in the pennant teams, are to play each other. The winners will receive a trophy, value £2 2s, do ateod by Mr L, Waxman. The ladies are providing refrosh A good rik match was witnessed at Mordialloc green on Tuesday last, when teams captained by Me?srs Sheedy and Waxman played 25 ends. the former winning by 4 points. The scores were : Sheody, Cauty, Townsend, Lannan .. 24 Waxmann, Judd, Droop, Anderson ., 20 The championship of the Mordi. alloo daclub is almost completed, In the final stages, Messrs Droop, An derson, Millar, W. Co...

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Mentone Progress Association. ANNUAL MEETINGS v MONTHLY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

Mentone Progress Association, I ANNUAL MEETINGS v MONTHLY. A special meeting of members was held last Friday in the Recrea tion Hall, the president (vir J, Delves) presiding over a small at tendance. The business for the evening was to decide tbe question as to whether members should meet together once a year or once a nonth. Members were not very keen on each other's company, as they subsequently decided, by a najority of four votes, that once a year was quite sufficient. Mr H. P. Peterson, in moving a motion which he had given notice of some months before, to the effect that monthly meetings should be held, and the rules altered accord ingly, urged that there was a lack of interest shown in association affairs, maiqly through members upt eiUng es'w\a to'gt'-h o i\iti\w lucal matters\ Anochlr point was that ordinary members had no idea of the faithfulness of members of the committee. Mr J. Delves: What did you say ? Mr Peterson : Ordinary mem bers have no idea of the faithfulness o...

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LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Last Saturday's matohoes resulted as follows: SMordialloo A, 89, boat Elstern. wiok Distriot, 49; Cheltenham A, 72, beat- Fitzroy, 58: Cheltenham B, 92, beat M.C.O., 66. Prahran, 72, beat Mentone B, (68.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

When the season's kind o' dull, Advertise; When the businoss takes a lull, Advertise. If things begin to lag And the coin is hard-to bag, Pon't go ont and get a jag Advertise? Beach Blocks are scarcer At Aspendale, Chelsea ard Carrum To secure one you must act quickly, £5 Deposit * £1 per month. W. A. TOWLEiR, Auctioneer, 406 Collins Street, City, or Local Offices, Phone Central 3720 To Chelsea Residents S. HAVING pturchased the Business of Mr S, P. HO'OPPEIJ, I trust to receive the same liberal support you have accorded him. I intend to give strict attention to quality and price of all goods, and hope to merit your confidence. A trial order solicited, F. BISHiOP, Phone 91 ------Cheit. SG)TWE A for the Family! EVERY SIZE AND SHAPE EVERY SrTYLE AND PRICE I I We can fit even "Thi Hardest to Fit," because every pair of Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., in our stoek represents absolutely the best of its class, selected for us by an expert particularly for the style, comfort and staunch good...

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Market Reports and Sales REPORTS DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, January 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

Market Reports and Sales REPORTS DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, January 20th, A full.supply of milkers and springers yarded, and prices evenly sustained right through the sale. Beat milkers to '8 10s, springers £8 5s, some of the principal lots as follows;-Milkers-H, G. Gamble 8 to £8, T, Brennan 2 to £7 10s,H, A. Young 1 at £8, R. Angus 2 to £7 15s, J. West 2 £7 2s 6d, M'IKenna Bros 2 to £6 2s Od, J. Taylor 1 at £7, S. Masters 1 at £7 10s. D. J. Bourke 3 to 47, P. T. Heywood 2 to £8 7s Od, Lat, Corrigan 1 at £8 15s, W. G. Keys 5 to £8 15s, T, Foster 1 at £8 10s, 8, Kingston 2 to £8 2a 6d, N. Bowman 3 to £8, W. G. Brownfield 2 to £8 17s 6d, Syringers :-A. E. Connelly 2 to £8 2s Od, W. Close 4 to £7, P. T. IHeywood 8 to £7, Parry lBros 3 to £6, Mrs Chapman 1 at £7 10s, J. D. Hunt U to £6 10s, D. M'Lollan 6 to ,/7 2s Gd, D. J. B urke 5 to £7 12s ad, V, Hayes 1 at £7 2s 6d. Store cattle: - Fairly good demand, Pigs :-Short supply prices very firm, especially for good bacon, Heavyweights to ...

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ENSILAGE—THE FAVORITE FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

ENSILAGE-THE FAVORITE FODDER. (By "Agriculturalist" in "Now Zealand Dairyman.") That the feeding of cows is one of the most important matters connected with dairying, no one can gainsay, ut of the many foods in general use, I will at present touch on only oneo-ensil ageo. No argument, to my mind, could be adduced against the use or ensilage, and any contention to justify the setting asideo of fodder of such para mount importance would not hold ground in the face of praotical oxpori once on the dairy farm. Ensilage contains no substance that would in any way tend to interfere with the organa isms of the cow, while it contains .o little acid that its color is not objeo tionable. It can be made when hay cannot, and oven this is an important point, espeelally in Southland and Tar anaki whore the weather is so variable. It may not supersede hay-making, bI that is probably because of the variety of usse which the colonial farmer puts hay to. Regarding the preparation ot ensilage, I wish t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

Hierr Karl FOLLER, and Prau Ledwina FOLLER, SINGING, GERMAN and IFRENCHI LANGUAGES, Al' ALLAN'8, COLLINS STREIET, CITY, AND MENTONE. Harold C. Price, SOL10ITOR, Mentone Parad e, %ntone. Commissioner of the Supreme Court for taking Affidavits, ..... TRUST MONEYS TO LEND....... MR. CHAS. RATTRAY DENTIbT Dentistry in all its branches carefully and promptly carried out. SoWifl d&.-d );.ij~ollins-strdel Telenhone z?77, . ."' Local Address: Charman Road flibel. ;nham HOURS Evsniugs-7 till 8 Wednesdays and saturdays- 2 till 6 rhomas Backhouse, - , L.B. - BARRISTER ana 801SOLICITOR, Commercial Bank Chambers, 889 COLLINb ST., MELBOURNE, and at Carrum and Chelsea, tttends Cheltenham Court by appointment Commissioner of the Supreme,Court for taking affidavits. Tel. 4637, Cent T. WEBSTER, L.D.S. Licentiate Dental Surgery, M.AC.D. DENTIST, MAIN STREET, MORDIALLOC, Can be consulted any day or evening, IH, FOREMAN DRAPER, CHARMAN BOAD, CHELTENHAM A very special shipment of LINOLEUMS just t...

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HEATHERTON [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

HEATHERTON   A largely attended public meeting was held at the Methodist school room last Saturday night, under the auspices of the local Progress Asso- ciation Cr. R. Mills presided, the object of the meeting being to take some active stops to secure a recrea- tion reserve. Crs Sheilds and Brownfield were present, after some discussion three sites were mentioned and one of ten acres, near Ross St, was unanimously selected. The price was stated to be £350, the committe has already placed £50 on the estimates and a scheme is now being formulated to finance the balance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

Moorabbin Co,0perative Society, LIMITED Largest Stores in the District. POINT NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone, 18 Chelt, COesh prices lowest in the trade. Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half-yearly. Call and get particulars. Best White Sugar, 21d per lb, 2s 41d doz Best 1.50 test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 3s sid tin. Best Bago, Tapioca, 2d Ib, , 9d doz, Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, Sid lb, 2? 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s 9d doz, Flour, 251b5 paper, 2s 4ld, 5olbs 4s gd. 251bs calico, 2S 6d, 5olbs 5s Our own Special Blend Teas, is, is 3d, ls 6d Lowest Market Rates for Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, Barley Meal, Peameal. Braining, Peas (Dun and Yoikshire Heros), IBlood meal, Blood manure, Suaw, Cape Barley, and all other produce. . ROSE BROS., kFURNISHING UNDIRTAKERRS. OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM. Funerals Conducted inlany part of the District. Coaches Supplied ......TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM ExcHAN??o...... REYNOLDS ROS NEW LIST BLOOD &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 24 January 1914

_OOh- 4 Latest Style and Quai M arshall's L atest O x-blood B als, 21 ,l B a, b, Wallaby Bats, bogo toes, ib. on Glazed Kid Bala, 18i 6d. botx ('A C Woman's Oxh?t*,1 ' . ' ., " ' Woman's Ocurt Shoes, Kism," a J. M, GILMOUI(, \ R,, MORDIAL3 0. Phone, 41 Chelt. Coachbuilder and GCner a.l. `s. . - LORRIES A WSi L1 ,OTHINQ 8ETTLERON ?MEEL. 1 N " I .r '" iot?,oO oI? ' J, WN G .ORG-N, .549-51 Church Street, Richmond Phone Win 0: 2447 "There's Just Time for Q a Drink" . 1 MORr .ALLOC / iiO"!i3L Toe -,h ., t2 Chrell, ,~,lqr9e.66 . i Rxchange. t ¢~ -IM S) bit o' luck !! Read this through- , You'll think so, tool ' ABBOTT & MASON, G¶Qth. 1, TilP1iY, 1)AfiffUHY 1) & Mentrua Parade AENTO.YS Opp. 1, ,,;2 o , 'N ' " 4 & . .J Newton, lou and Estate Agent, PMordialloc Phon ....i helt. ' Cheltenhi ''iirdressing Saloon C. i BENNETT No c., for cleanliness. Tobacci.. rttes, Pipes, Cigars, etc., at City prices. Razors ground aud set. Aspendale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval Op...

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The Benefit of Legumes [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

The Benefit of Legumes It is a well known fact that a vag. orous leguminous crop such as peas or clover- onriches the land in nitrogen and that another crop1 say wheat or oats, following in rotation will bonoefit from thm, nitrogen- residues Recent ,investigations show, however, that nuo cereal may derive benefit from thb e?g: umne oven when both are growing at the same time. In the "Jour, Anrmo, Eci.," vol. 8, experiments aro decrib. ed bearing this Inforenoo. Oats were grown in quartz sand in small pots placed in larger pots also filled with 9uartz sand but growing peas,. Theo inner pots thus grow oats only and tle larger outer pots poseas only and in both oases all the necessary plant fod4 woere added oexcept nitrogen. The inner. pots were of two kinds. Where they were of the ordinary porous pattern the oats grow vigorously. In the latter case it is believed that soluble nitrogen ous matters:diffusod through the inner pot from the peas growing outside. Confirmation of these resul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

The National Mutual Life Association A NOTABLE II.LUST41iPA OF THE NO:.FORFF!TWRE PRINCIPLE, A pohey w'as Iken out 1 y MI Wmt. J, Idware, it tt 1ccethtlr, It:81, and he Iaid the pi'lni?:tiu regula ly up to Is; Deconal or, lbi7, After that datu he paid ho furthlt r premliums, 'The t',Ce0o advanced the ulpaild pi emimsiu otl of the Surronder Vahlue, nut kept lhu .ih.ey iln fuIll fatc( n lil the death ,1 it Edward on0 1311 October, 1801, The posi? i, of the policey then wt?rs- Sum assucd.. ... '. £200 0 Bonuses .dd.d to Policy to date of death 93 b 0 31,i 6 C Less I'lemitltms att d tlire,' t advnanced iy 'hII Asscit. tion oul ,f the sur:endur Value of the ?ey .... - ,1 It ,A ?,;?. t.-hmndo?, ,? 5,d:kow?:" f 1 ""7 Joc,.. dd . . .. .,' 6 o Althiughl only6 yer'rs premiumtns \we pail, lihe policy wa, kept In fuorce for 10 yea s . , 'lho abovo is I:published as a srlking ex: phloi' f the btenefits to be obtainedt b! t ., g in the National Milutual litit Asso distion if Auslralaia Limitedit ...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (l1y "Ambrosine.") American dressmain ors, says the Now York corrospondnt of the "Daily Teleo graph," are devoting somo attention to tho possibilitios of prna cloth, from the PhilIppins, aS aa n artistic substitute for the diaphanous gowns worn by American womeon who demand the very latost thing in dress fabrics. Samples are being shown hero, and the stores are ordering considerablo quantities for next season. Pina cloth is more diaphanous than the thinnest of ovilo, more i?ollucid than the most clinging orepo do Chino, and more transparent than the thinnest of crepo meteor, It can be doubled several times and still be transparent. In on0e layer it has no mnroo thickness than cobweb and gowns made of pina will be called cob. web gowns, It is called pino cloth becanuo it is made of half silk, and half pinue p)ple fibre, It comes in all col. ors, and in stripes of all designs. It can be bought at a shilling a yard in the Philippines, but will probably sell for two sh...

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THE MODERN GIRL. SHOULD SHE HAVE A LATCHKEY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

THE MODERN GIRL, SHOULD SHE HAVE A LATCHKEY "Woman's Life " a London paper, contributes the following contributions rom their readers on the subiect of 'Should girls have latch-keysp" ' Decidedly yes. Why ? Beca i,' the modern girl is not the namby munby individual her grand-mother vas. The many grooves open now for the average woman make her a "oe'y indopendont sort of creature, and a many cases, whore she is called upon to support the home, it is only fair she should enjoy the privileges of her bro ther. ieing a business woman, she ogets numerous invitations out--and what would be the good of all the family being kept out of bed because of projudiceP Certainly girls should have latch-koyr. As a brother of four bachelor gills, I say decidedly no. Girls are so care less-at least, my sisters are, They each had a latch-key a-piece, and--. would you believe it-each one of those latchkeys has boon lost, Consequont ly .it is their invariable habit to borrow mino.e, They borrow it and for...

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BUILDERS Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

BUiLDERS Etc, ., Burdett, Aspendale, J'. H, Jefferson, Brighton. W. . Billings, Carrum, W. Grundy, Mentone, J. Williamson, Chelsea, W, Adams, Mordialloc F?. H. Powell, Chelsea G.and A. Coates, Chelsea C. Brain, Chelsea E Downtcn, Aspendale

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Furs Preserved by Cold [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

furs Preserved by Cold When the "lifo" of a fur garment is considoredl inl relation to its cost, tilhe oeonomical quality is a high one, par tioularly to-day, whoa solenoo has offec. tod so perfect a preserver as cold ator. ago, This development of preseorva tion, which actualy arrests natrural deterioration caused by evaporation of the natural oil in the leather and hair of furs in temperate and hot atmos phores, apart from the immunity it provides against ravages by moths, prolongs the lifo of the oommodity in a wonderful degreeoo. This advantage alone, compensates for a great deal of tho recent rise in values. Further, the dopth of. color and gloss in 'the fur is more enduring by many yealrs than it was under the warehousing oonditions of bygone days.

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BLACKSMITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

S ,BI, ACKSMITiHS. A. Guest, Cheltenham. R, J. Mitchell, Mentone.

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