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BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
B?ENDIIGO POULTRY SOCIETY W, Thompon ... 31 .., 259 Utility P. Farm 241 ... 227 G. Boerthuinier 31 ... 213 W. Swift ,,, 23 .. 199 MI Doyle ... 24 ... 190 Spotswood ... 18 ., .196 Marvillo P. Far'm 20 ...: 189 A. Faetum ... 1 ..... 179 Schaefer Bros, 18. ,,. 177, S. Doyle ... 22 ... 170
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
" ETRT H Specialise Clients wvaiir hr F suitable P'rop r,tUi es, or \icant L unnl, omn 11 alf-au-- Vvrc UpwaiUds, \V'c .:'.d utoand diiY: buyluis to inspect. l uliv ions S'up'Lr E', .Auctions Arrauged. \Vi7i: iand Cott?r.s to Let. ....h " Agenta i ,l M ordialloc Iei.c1hoc2 121 Chctcnh n. ,,-:_FURN I,1ING UNDERTAKERS....-. - ..0HARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Funerals Ccrductcd in tny p?rt of the ittirkt, Csct.cs pp ...... TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM EXCHANGE...... J. H. JEFFERSON 'IIMBFR CBA19' BUILDER and CONTRACTOR. ALL BUILDING MATERIAL AT MELBOURNE . ...PRICES..-- ------- Special Lines GALVANISED IRON TANKS. AGRICULTURAL DRAIN PIPES. GRAIN AND PRODUOE, Point Nepean Road, BRIGHTON, Telehone o40 Brighton, bit' oicl ! c Ik Read this through- - You'll think so, tool - Telephone 66, Local Exchange. ABBOTT1 &MASON, GnocER , ushAPEvY, DAliiiY TOUci Mentone Parade. MENTNOE (OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION) TllS M01 1U 50 AT 08 YEARS. SHe is a VITADATIO therefore has the blood of youth and vitali...
Egg Laying Competitions [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Egg Laying"Competitions The following are 'the results for the week ending 25th June, of the leading pens in the various egg lay laying competitions : BURNLEY Thlie fowls competing lare of light breed, and fed on wet mash. Name Eggs for Total to week' date J. Gill .:. 84 . .. 835 E. Lawson ... : 34 .. 818 H. Stevenson .,. 23 . 299 J. West ... 20 298 R. Hay ... 20 ,. 296 H. Broo' ... 25 ... 278 F. Daldervon ,,,27 ... 27l S. Brown ... 29 .... 270 F. Pettigrove ,., 24, ',,., 268 A. Simon ... 26 .... '56
TELEPHONE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
'1 i.LI hoNLh QUIDE 66 Abbott & Mason, ?entone., 19 Aloockt r ,, ]ueauniaris, 19 Allendale Stud Farm, M[entono, 68, Alnutt, G, T., Chlltenham, 102 Anuesa; R. L., Clhoelnhanm, 158' Balderstone, J. 'T., Ientone, 80 Ballant.ync,, J M, [Mordialloo, 48 Barnett, W. 11 , hIoorabbin; 240 Baxondiile, A,, Mordialloc, 235 Bavingtun, S., Molrdillnoc, 6 1Beaumaris Ilotel, talumaris, 157 13eavis, G. 1f., Moor'bbin. I5 IBeazley, J., C',hiltoll am., 1.70 Iock, J. T. D., B] lack hock, 100 Beck, Vie., ]acrk lock. 111 3v loyvelnt Asylum, Chelt, 184Y Billings, W, M., ,Crutaln. 190 Bingle, 1W's. 11. C., ',tndring'mi. 91M Bishop, ", l., Chelse"ra, 183 Black, A, If., Sandringhau, 178 Blaunnin, A. .,l Block Rook, 177' Bleneowo, J, .T;,' .Mtenton, 1.08 Blyth, Mrs, f); F,, Sandringham 224 Bradshaw; E. I1., Montone.o 10 Bridge Hotel, o)liiablloc, ' 97 BrigidineConvent, Mintone. 171 Brovn, W,, J, C., $andriugham, 280 Buchan, R.,, Moutone. O1J Burrows, R, M,; 'Crruim, 28 Butler, J,, Cheltenham. 230 Came...
PICTURES ON PEACHES. THE FASHIONABLE FAD OF FRUIT PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
PICTURES 0R PEACHES. ,j1il1 ,'ASHIONABLE FTAD OFl , FRUIT P' OToOnRAPIIY, Since somid invent?e goenius a few years ago coneoivedl the idea of nniking a print on ripening fruit by ,attaching thereto a film negattive, this novel branch of. the photo graphic art-is devolaping into a flshionablo fad, Perhaps its gro~test recommendui Lion' is its charminig .simliicit:,. I lurk roomi, . corrosive , acids, and i,:stantaneous shitters , nter not into the philosophy of the fruLit pho tographer. All, he iequires is the p!uch or apple tree with its ripon ing fruit, a stencil. portalt made rum thin paper, and. an indispon rable ?o6dicum of that rare and re ircshllig sunshine. Du'ring the last few seasons plc orinal fruit has lcc?n on salo.in in etrorihng, quantities at, certain,,hfas ionnh). frulitcreros' . shops i :"tg .West 'ild of London, Elven whlo t,I;o nto King Edward was upon the T'hrine, apples bearing a pho togiraphiu portrait oif our popular Monarch wore sold at Covent Oar den at pric...
PHOTOGRAPHER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
PJOTORAPHEIR. T. Yuille, Cheleea PRINTERS. "News" Office, Cheltenham. Tel. Cheltenhnm, 21, POULTRY, J. Andorson, 1Mordinlloo, PICTURE SHOWS, May's, Mordialloe, Wilde, Cheltenham
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
bOUTH AUSTIA!JIAN. D, Robertson ., 54 523 T. Barron . 50, . 520 R. Pope 40 .., 502' T. ia3rrori 47 .,"'.. 501. W Puryis. 47 ., 476 H. Voodlhead.. 42'... 448 W.,Purvis ... 42 .444 Mat'rville P. Farm 42 .`:"' 412 I di, .... .. 5 : .... 4139 .Biodoiick BLos. ,5 :'... 40
SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
SANDRXNGHAM. At the poliee court last Friday, before Messrs Field and Franois, J.'sP., a claim was put forth by Mrw B. J. Masters, for the amount of £15 6s 8d, alleged to be due to her by Mr Warner for twenty week's rent. Mr Masters appeared for the plain tiff, and Mr G. J, Cur.!n for the defendant. The plaintllf'. cause was that defendant had rented her property and had been shown over same before sigaing the leme. For the defendant, it was stated that MNr Masters was not the owner of the land, and that there was nothing like four acres in the area leased. Mr ,. ?McSwaiu, shire valuer, stated that according to his book; there was only two and a half aores of laud, and he could not understand where the figures were obtained from to mnak tlh four acres. Mr Warnaf staed that after having leased the, land, he measured it, and it only measured 13 chains long by 2 ohains. The case was somewhat legothy au the area of the land, in disput?, was someovh~t dioicult to find, also the ownership...
BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
BENTLEIGIL On Wednesday just as people were preparing the evening meaI, they found to their annoyance tha, there was no water in the taps, the cause being a burst in the main in Jasper Road, near Brewer's road. Husbands and others on their arri val home, had to delay their evening ablution till nearly nine o'clock, when the water was again turned on to the consternation of many who had left the taps open to allow the air to discharge, almost.a flo :1 fol lowed. On Tuesday evening the Bible class of the Centre road Methodist Church held their half-yearly social. There was a good attendance of the young people, Games provided most of the amusements, everyone apparently enjoying themselves. Supper was provided, and, after justice being done to it, they wen ded their way home well pleasne with their night's enjoyment, Recently a contingeut of senior girls of the Cambridge street ((ol liugwood) State school visited Bentleigh to try conclusions with a like number of senior girls of the Be...
POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
POULTRY NOTES (By LEGHORN) SIt not beet to attempt to use a great deal of poultry manure just as it comes from the dropping boards, It is really too strong to apply to ordinary. garden soil or to lawns, We have tried it in this way and find that it is apt to burn the tender shoots during the spring, and thereby do more harm than good. It is wise however -to conserve the strength of the'dropptngs so that a little will go a long way when properly mixed with other things. When the roost boards are cleaned daily the drop. pings should be emptied into barrels which are kept in some protected place. When you are ready to use this as a *rtilizer, mix i thorou?ly with an equtal amount f poor soil taken from some unpro dctive spot. This will lighten the manure and rob it of much of its burning qualities. After this has stood for a. time it may be applied to the soil and then'spaded in. This will cause the manure to be distributed in an even way about the garden and at the same time will give...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
G. C. NEILL, (Successor to I. NEIL) DRAPER MAIN STRE ET, MORDIAIIOC 8pecial reductions in PD. and Nautilis Corsets Special values in Bathing Gowns Costumes, Blouses, Mercery Boots and Shoes Orders tnk-n for Tents. J. W. Webb, Family Butcher, IMAN S'T., MOi1DIALLOOC Small Goods a speciality Familiea waited on for orders The.favor of your recommendatioe rl.pectfully solicited . Tomato Sauce Ask at all Grocers for the noted Brand " Tom Smith's." CHEAP and GooD - Phone Chelt 20 Mr W, SPOONER o Edithvale Road, ASPENDALE Has the highest qualifications as Bookeeper, and is prepared to keep tadesmen's books, attend to corres pendence, etc., from Cheltenham to Frankston, Charges moderate. Mrs SPOONER Opposite New School. School requisites, stationery, haberdashery, boots, drapery. Orders promptly attended to. Chas. H. Brain, OarpenteP and Rullder, WIMBOURNE AVENUE, OHELSEA Alterations, Additions, Repairs, ete, Estimatei given, Wells sunk, J. Hart, Baker, etc, (close station). Chelsea. Noted ...
BUILDERS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
BUILDERS, Etc. J.'HI. Jeffersonj, Brighton, \Y: Grundy, Ml[otone. J. Williamson, Chelsea., . .W, Adams, DMordialloc.. I. EH. Powell, Chelsea. G.:: and A, Coetes, ;Chelsea. :,; . 0 i +Brait, Chelseda.:; ;. Downton, Aspen d , ', . G. R. Hedberg, Brighton North. J. R,. Valentine, Beaumaris, J. W. Jones and Sons, Montonb. 0. Stuart, Mento2ne L. G. Brownficld,' Cheltenham E., Mattsor.,; Nentcane
BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
BUTCHERSI . , J. VW. Perrin, Chelsea. W, C. Bumpstead, Heatherton, J. Webb, Mordialloc." A. Poynton, Mordialloo, Paine Bros., Mentone. \ H. Hewett, Chelteniham, J. Beazley, Cheltenham. A. Marks, Carrum, M. L. Ward, Carrum.
GILES'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
OILES'S MISTAKE, It was a proud moment for Far mer Giles when, dressed in his Sunday best, he went to see his sailore son on board his ship at the Fort, He had never been so close to a vessel before, and 'in his simplicity he marvelled at the size. Just as he caught hold of the two ropes which hung over the side to assist sailors to the deck he was somewhat surprised to hear. a clanging' of hells-the eight bells of seamen's time. As he stepped on deck he met the officer of the watch. He saluted him and said, timidly: "L .)peg your pardon, sir. I've come to see my son Jack. But, 'pon my word, I didn't mean to ring so loud," Friendship-.ono soul in two bodies. '.P.thagoras, 1868,
Plague of Rabbits Still Spreading. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Plague of Rabbits Still Spreading. ---4-- Australia is still suffering from a plague of rabbits. Ceaseless slaugh ter of the bunnies is effectual only inchecking their spread, for they breed so rapidly that extermination seems impossible. Stock raisers are wire-netting their properties, dig ging out the burrows, and destroy ing all surface cover. The Govern ment is helping by selling wire netting at a nominal price, In the hot districts they are poisoning the water, Notwithstanding all this the peot is spreading. 'Eight or ten rabbits eat or destroy as much grass as one sheep. As there are many millions of rabbits the loss is appal ling. Evidence of the way the rab bits are slaughtered is the fact that *from Now South Wales alone 5,718,889 pounds of their skins were exported in 1911, 5,650,000 poun.ls in 1910, and 8,185,000 pourds in 190~. The total exportation of skins from the Commonwealth of Australia last yaar was 10,388,716 pounds.
To See Yourself as Others See You. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
To See Yourself as Others See You. -1------· ildidyou ever see yourself as others see you ? You have looked in a mirror, of course, and have seen your image that you look to he an, exact duplicate of yourself, and you have supposed -that this lonkad to you exactly 'as you happened to any. one else. But isethis so ? If you are In plined to persist in believing it, try closilng your right eye next tlime you look in a mirror and see which ' one your reflection closes. Also see if your hair appears to he piarted on the side, you have al ways supposed it to be. Extend your right hand and see if your image does not greet you with the left, But if this fails to convince you, hold a' printed page before the glas' andtisee what progress you can make in deciphering the unfamil lar-looking lines of "mirror writ Ing"' you see in the relloection. SAs is well known; an object and Its reilection in a plane mirror are not Ifasimiles of each other, but bear the same relation as the right hand to the...
Aspendale Progress Association Objects of the Association. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Aspendale Progress Association Objects of the Association. (a) To co operate with the Shire Council and residents in any movement having for its objects the beautiflcation and advancement of Aspendalo. (by Togiford the members an opportunity to discuss and ventilate all publio, political, and municipal questions, and to take action in any matter the Asso oination may consider necessary in the interests of Aspondale and surrounding distriot, Membership. 1, All' persons being property-owners, rate payers, householders, or permnannt residents, who subscribe not less than 2s 6d shall be eligible for menibership. Subscription shall be paid in advance and shall be payable in July each year, Officers and Committee. 2. The officers of the Association shall be a President, two vice-Presidents, Secretary, Trea surer, and a conunittee of seven members, Any vacancy that may occur shall be filled at a speolal mooting. Any officer absenting himself from three conseoutive meetings without a satisf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
OW is the Time OT To-morrow, or EXF Week. W]E Print your Local Paper. DlO we do your Local SPrinting ? We can do it. We have the Plant, the Staff, the Brains, the NMachin. ery and the time. E VERY ITEM NTERED Here XICUTED Billheads Cironlars, Tickets, Counter Books, Dodgers, Programmes, Memos, Labels, Po(ht..;i, Tnvitat in, lW\adding and fBereavement Cards, Envelopes, Letterheads, Illnstrated Book lets, Visiting Card , Balance Sheets, Receipt Books, Legal Forms, Eta,, Eto. In fact, anything where the combination of typa and Printing Machinery is re qnired. WANT WORK Our Premises have lately been enlarged, our machinery In creased. Fine Printing Presses are now at your disposal, in addition to other machines, which will enable us to execute your work expeditiously, "SOMETHINO PECIALLY S NSIBLE All inquiries promptly an swered, either by letter or telephone, designs sub. mitted. All we want you - to do is to ask us to call, we'll do the rest, except paying. You have to do that part of...