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FOR AND AGAINST. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
FOR AND AGAINST. Jones met a friend. "I say, Jenkin," he commenced, "you are just the man I want to seeoo. You havo known me now for five years, havon't you ?" "Yes." "Well, I would like you to acco. modato me with a loan of five pounds.B ? "Sorry, but I can't." "Why not ?" "Because I've kmown you, for Ave years i"L 18006. •`'
Tests Prove Coffee is Beneficial. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Tests' Prove. Coffee Iis Beneficial, -----+--- The fDopartment of Psychology a',. Columbia University has proved by. a series of actual experiments that the popular belief in the benefit of coloee at breakfast is well founded, Sixteen persons of both sexes and of different ages were formed into two squads, The members of the first, called the "caffeine squad," re colved' eovery day fronm one to six grains of caffeine in capsules (a cup of ordinarily strong coffee contains about two grains), The members of the second, or "control squad," re colved capsules containing non* stimulating sugar of milk, or fruit syrups similar in taste and appear ance to the caffeine solution. So that, during the tests, no person in either squad knew whether he or site ,was receiving caffeine or not. On certain days the caffeine squad received control doses-that is, sub stitutes for coffee, and on some days no dose whatever, the elabo. rate system by which the drug was administered or withheld making it p...
"MONKEY LANGUAGES." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
"IMONKEY LANGUAGES." A Scottish surveyor, Mr. James tc'wirt, who has just returned aftl, throo years' travel in Llboria tand the Upper Congo, 'bellovee that" many of the natives. .ran almost l:o.lak monkey language. - iloufrring to his carrlers, Mr, Ste wart. said, in an interview : " They were very fond -of monkey.flohh, As we approached the animals, the nit tives would ship their paddoles and sit" quiet, while the best nmrksman' wouldihold r. gun so that he could have a good aim. "As a rule, he would bring down' one of the monkeys with a screech, and, as soon as the result of. 'thn shot was seen, some ' of the ion would Jump overboard and, swim to. lhe body, bringing It back to the 'boat in great glee, "I am convhiead that most of these men linow the monkey lan guage, if there Is such a thing, for their conduct proved it. ?More than once 1 t,ave .seen a carrier and t' :coumplnnl n go off into the bush carrying a giun and walking until they wore within eight of some of thlie animal...
OUR CHILDREN WHAT THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
`OUR CHILDREN WHAT THEY. SAY. On a railway train approaohing one of the Western cities a company of girle in holiday attire noticed a desperate looking man in charge of an oficer. Some of them spoke of him as a gaol-bird, and looked with scorn at the prisoner, One looked with pitying eye, and whispered, "Poor follow I How hard to be deprived of liberty l" Solecting one of the most beautiful and fragrant of a bunch of roses she crossed over to his seat and with a smile dropped the flower upon his lap. Tears came to his eyes, and, taking the rose in his handoufled fingers, he said, in a husky voiee, "God bless you, miss, for your kindness to a poor castaway, May you never know what it is to be friendless, It is many a day since I heard a word of cheer from human lips." An aged man who witnessed the scene told the girls the prisoner had been a soldier, and when in the army had learned to drink, and became a cast off because of his habits, and was then on his way to serve a five years' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS .WEEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize pecilal Notice-The coupon below must be filled in with ink and returned to the " News" office on or before Friday next, Any team from either grade of the competition may'be selected, We alldw a margin of three points under or over, In the event of a tie the money will be divided, Any nunboer of votes may be sent in, The coupon . elates to next Saturday's matches, not to-days, COUPON FOR JULY 11th Federal Football Association from the list of n it'cher~ to l1o played on 1th 11th inst., I consider team will score the highest number of points, and eotimate the score to be ...........points. Signed Postal Address (To be sent to "News" office by 10 p.m. next Friday), (See elsewhere for fixtures for 11hh) POSITION OF CLU S, Senior Grade CLUB Played Won Lost Drawn Points MIDDLE BRIGHTON. 10 9 1 0 36 CHELTENHAM .,. 10 9 1 0.. 36 CAULFIELD ,,... 10 7 3 0 28 , MOORABBIN ....... 9 6 3 0 21 BLACK ROCK ..,, 10 5 4 1 '22 " CARRUM ,,......
MORDIALLOC v GARDENVALE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
MORDIAIlAO0 v GIRDENVALE This rmatoh was played at M3ordi alloc in the presence of a lar?e num. ber of spectators. It proved a very interesting and exciting P rne, es. pecial y so in the !as: term which the homen tiha' commrner ct i ih 18 point t o lo h bd. They I, e dominated all through the qn r.er and finished tip losers by only twvo points. The umpiri ig of Barker" was not at all satisfactoty. The best players for Mordialloc were : Geggie, Patterson,.I,ooker, Day and Tait. Amongst the mostprominent for Gardenvale were, R: KR·ly. and Wadsworth.,
The Matches. GLENHUNTLY v CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
The Matches. GILENHUNTIYvCHELTENHA M The above teams met last Satur. day on the ground of the former at MIast Caulfield. It is a nice ground and was in splendid order. Perfect weather was again the order of things, a bright sunny afternoon, and just sufficient breeze to make things pleasant for both players and onlookers without unduly Interfer ing with the play. The last meet inag of these teams resulted in a victory for Cheltenham, who scored 12.16 to Glenhuntly's 3.2, but the latter was considered a much im proved team, and on their own grouud likely to be formidable op. ponents, The teams were:-Glou. huntly, Gardiner (c), Voklander, Eyres, Hogan, Long, Burke, Sarkies Gillion, Bernie, Osburge, Sargeant, Yeomans, Phillips 2, Bishop, Kettle Patterson, Horusey. Oheltenham, T. Barber (o), J. Barber, Hutchinson, Barr, Foreman U, Carson Penny. Harris, Davis 2, Grogan, Smith, Mains, Browning, Windsor, Teagle Hewett, Taylor. It was as usual something after 3-30 when a start was made, and...
LATE FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
LATE FOOTBALL As will be seen by the scores Carrum had a splendid win against Heatherton last Saturday. Heatherton played with three men short for a greater portion of the time, and the following five good players were absent:-Kelly, Lebon Norris, Follett and Stone The scholars attending the State Schools at Mordialloc and Moor. abbin played a match on the Moor abbin Park ground last Friday, and No dianloc won by one point, the scores were DVordiallcc 3,8 to Moor abbin 3.7. The goal kickers for Mordlalloc were, Robinson, A, Kemmis, Feorguson. The record score of the Associa tion now rests with Oheltenham. who on a previons Saturd y scored 260 points to Heatherton's 1. This is a goal kickers competition with a vengeance, and provides very little encouragement for a team' like Heatherton, who have stuck to their guns for more than one sea son, knowing that they had very little hope of being premiers. They are like the perservering tortoise, and Heatherton we anticipate will keep slowl...
MOORABBIN v CAULFIELD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
MOORAB3BIN v CAULFIELD DISTRICT, Moorabbin dashed off at the bounce from railway wing, and the ball erossed the sticks, Dalton tried the other way, and scored the first point of the game. Styles stopped a rush through the oontro for the time being, but Caulfield District pushed their way through, and equalised the score, They kept going from rail way wing, and C.D. left forward made the lovely six Moore taoked another one on. The wind was as. sisting the visitors, and Owen kicked another through. Soudds collared after the bounce, and passed to Green who scored tlhe major against the wind, A splendid kick again assisted the visitors, after whioh a point was registered. They continued the attack, and put up another point. Moorabbin tried now to piorce the visitor's sentres. They had no hope and the ball was returued, and sent between the sticks worth mentioning, Geoo. Young had another try from an angle snap, and only secured a point. Stone sent to Styles, after some battling, and "Si...
MORDIALLOC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
MORDIALLOO CLUB, The local olub scored another vio to:y last Saturday, when a match was played against a team from Sun bury. Mordlalloo, Holes Aces L. F. Gibson 2.. 2- 3 F, J. Newton ,, ,2 3 G H. Rogers ... 2 3 F Lolding., ... 1 3 P. BH. Phillips .. 1 a J. J; Daly .., .. 0 0 M. J. Bot ke , sq D.'.-G Jamieso? :', , : ...?. Sunbury. P. Cosgrove . 0 J.Rau ; ,,0 ( 1F. L'oney ......... 0 jE. Foley 0 0 0 S. Kiriner . .. 0 0 T. Johnston : 3 4 T, Bride sq.. A. Aliooin . ..' 0 hm I 0 Mordial!oo wpn by 14 aces:
Why He Blushed. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
, ?lhy Ira luashed, A. four.year old miss created a good deal of consternslicon, not unmixed with amutement, in a small social circle lately. She had been ot a visit to her grandfathor, ancd while there was in the habit of piyinrg with him as he lay, half asleep, on the sofT. One day as her chubby fingers gl led caressingly over the old gentleman's scant locks, he murmured drowsily, in reply to some infantile remark ' Yes, I ant your old bald.heasded graifdfather.' One evetint not long afturwat lJ, a younq-old bahuLlor was making a call on the fnamily,towarde a certain niemberof whioh,onlyt eighteen and decidedly pretty, he inlinFed with very tndor felinh+. I? , thu pleasnnt cirele whiero the baecelor Wat flaylking bright uothingu of society talk enteretd the four year old maid, Urlseen by the gentlcmtan Ohoe sant1fered rolund the room incope?ting, and gc?od with especial interest on lhi prhh?ited sealp, hi ht gleamed with the light of the rclhrdehlier Suddenly, with a burst of inat...
Not the Opinion He Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Not the Opinion He Wanted, An amuking story is told of a well. known whist player who imagined himself an authority on the game. Afte boring his friends with verbal comments, suggestions and advice unon the methods 'of play, he at ]ast si'oto and published a book, one copy of which was sent to a famous playerT for his opinion about it, In a wook the bco!k ,a. roeturned It him with the following letter: "MA dear sir, your favour of the 10th instint, accompanied by .yor brolr, was ?duly roceived. I have reead it very aerefull. It seems to be a very good game, but J do not think it is as good a game a, whit.'t, We shall be pleased to recolyo briof reports from seoretaries or thoe~appointod press correspondents of any olub. En. voelopees will be supplied free, upon appli cation. Copy can then be sent per rail, free of charge,
THE MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
.THE MAIL SERVICE. The question of Australia's mail ;ervico is one that is constantly aris lug, and the amount of space and la bour required to convoy the weekly mail from the United KIingdon to the (.omminwatlth, and vice versa, is uonstantly and rapidly increasing, Ten years ago, fifty tons cubic mneasure.ment was considered ample space to convey the weekly budget,' and now ten times that amount is hardly sufficient, while at the present rate of increase it is believed .that further increase will soon be found necessary, The companies express great dis aetisfaction at 'the absence of any ex pansion of the grants, while they em* phasise the fact that the expenses are increasing with the growth of bulk,' that the Suez Oanal dues lay an ap. preciabloe weight on the companies' shoulders, and that the terms are made more onerous with every fresh contract, During the sittings of the Dominions Commission in London, Sir Rides Haggard recently suggested that s quicker route might in the fu...
FOREST PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
FOREST PROTECTION. The ruthless destruction of valuable timber in which the early pioneers indulged, perhaps has its excuse in the fact that quickly cleared land wee. indispensible for their requirements, while the absence of an extensive local market prevented any fore thought in the direction of planting seedlings to supply the demands of future generations. Now-a-days any such excuse is impossible; for even in our young land we are' unfortun\ ately beginning to.visualise the Ne mises which attends the reckless des truction of growing thihgs, Climate, and. the all-important rainb fall average has been completely re volutionised, times without number, in the old world, by the wholesale slaughter of-innocent trees; while in Australia much of the herbage in the pastoral districts has been handled unnecessarily cruelly in this respect. Surely-though too slowly-Austra lia is begidning to realise the dan gers which await a tree famine ; and In consequence the study of afforesta tion is ...
Federal Football Association. REVISED LIST OF FIXTURES SENIORS. JULY 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Federal Football Assoclau tion. REVISED LIST OF FIXTURES SENIORS, JULY 1llth, Moorabbin Park v Middle Brighton Black Rook v Mentone Heatherton v Moorabbin Caulfield District v Carru?l .Cheltenhdm a bye JULY 18th, Middle Brighton v Caulfield Distriot Heatherton v Black Rook : Cheltenham v Carrum Moorabbin v Moorabbin Park Mentone a bye JULY 25th Carrum v Moorabbin Park Mentone v Heatherton Black Rook v Moorabbiu Caulfield District v Cheltenham Middle Brighton a bye AUGUST lst, Black Rook v Middle 1Brightan Cheltonham v Mentone Moorabbin v Carrunm Moorabbin Park v Caulfield Distriot- fleatherton a bye
FEDERAL ELECTION Henty [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
FEDERAL ELECTION Henty The selected Labor candidate Mr W. Andrews-is advertised to speak at the Mleohanies' Institute, Cheltenham, on Moinday next, at 8 p.m. Mr R, A. Crouch, one time Fedo. ral representative for Corio in the Liberal interests, has intimated his intention of sanding for selection for this electorate. Cr Hall, of Brighton, is also spoken of. Why not Dr Carty Salmon, who has been oraftily thrust aside from Balaolava, by ox.Premier.Watt P
CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Wednesday, July 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Wednesday, July 1st. Justices present-~i essrs Barnett (chair), Brownfield, Burgess, Mills, Penny and Marriott, J's.P, RAILWAY' CASes Inspector Borsum, of the railway department, proceeded against seve ral individuals at the above court for infringement of the departmental regulations. S. Henry was fined 40s, with 12s 6d costs, for obtaining a ticket at reduced rates which he was not entitled to, F, Foley was fined ,s, with 12s 6d costs, for travelling without a ticket at Mor dialloc on the 25th April last. H. Doran 5s, with 12p 6d costs, for riding on the footboard of the train at Moorabbin on the 4th March last. W. Naylor (Richmond) 60b, with 10s costs, for using indecent lan guage in a train at Mordialloc cn the 9th May,; NoN-VACCINATION Chas, Kemp, Bentleigh, and Wmn. Gadren, were -eh fined 20s for not having their children vaccinated. NoN-ATTXNDANCH AT SCHOOL Vr H. Bucher proceeded against J, Henry for not sending his child ren Lionel and Gerard to scho...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
To the Editor. Sir,-I do not know, neither do I care, what Mr J. A. Boyd's political orinion may be, but I do know that he is not a supporter of sport in any shape or form, He has refused to donate on more than one occasion and this is suflioient for me. I did not have a vote when he was elected. I have on this occasion, and will use it if I gethalf a ohanoe.-Youis, eto. .FOOTBALLER Mentone, 26/6/'14.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
To tho Editor. Sir,--In a recent issue you write " that Mr J. A. Boyd is likely to be automatically pitchforked into the position of represontative for Hoenty.' This, I am sorry to have to agree with. All the same, it seems pro. posterous that an electorate like Henty, containing as it must so many thousands of Liberals (as apart from the Liberal and Consoevative sections should have to put up with such an extreme Conservative as J. A. Boyd) As you are aware, he has boon be fore the electors of Victoria for many years, tried and measured in many 'ways, with the result that not one Liberal action or causa has ever bIeon traced to him or helped by him. Yet he is to represent uo. If some gentleman with .Liberal leanings were to coma forxward, and a few good committees formed, it ought to be possible to shift this barnholo from the Federal seat. We have no need to fear the Labor voters, as their full strongth was ex pended last time, and the other voters outnumbered them fully two to on...