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Dandenong Market. Tuesday, June 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Dandenong Market. Tuesday, Juneo 30th. Dairy cattle; a fair supply but not a great many good cows forward: the demand was decidedly easier for all desoriptions, medium at d inferior sorts showing most decline. Best milkers L9-5s to £10.17.6, good £9 to £8, medium from ,5. These were the principal lots :-- Messrs W. G. Keys 2 to ,10 17s 6d, W. H. Gardiner 6 to £10 10s, J, West 2 to £10 5s, E Higgins 2 to ,9 17s Gd, F. Elnslendel 4 to £9 17s 6d, J, Howley 1 at £9 17s 6d. Pigs a fair supply. Porkers and baconers sold readily to the time and fully late rates ; stores and young pigs rather easier, Best baconers 65s to 73s, medium to £3, best porkers 45s to 53s, good 40s ta 45s, medium to 68F, stores to 33s, slips to 25s, suckers 0l to 17s 6d. Calves-A good supp y, and prices about late sates, heavy descriptions easier. Best, 30s to 35s, medium 20s to 25s, light 14s to 18s ; others from 4s,
Flinders [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
Flinders A special meeting of the Chelsea brancoh of the P.L.C. was held on Wednesday last with a view of selecting one from the number nomin ated to stand in the interests of the Labor party for the Flinders elec torate. The names of those sub. mitted were:-F, J. Murphy, Won thaggi; J. Abraham, Wonthaggi ; J, C. Gloster, Chelsea; J, Mirame, Essendon ; Randolf Bedford, Maine; A., Lumsden, Melbourne; E. J. MoDonough, Chelsea. A ballot was taken, with the result that Mr A. ILumsden was selected on the first count. A meeting of the whole of the branches in the Flinders eleo torate was held at Dandenong last night when delegates from all bran. cheo attended for the purpose of making a final selection, The value of each delegate's vote was allotted according to the number of financial members in the branch he rrpre sented. This course was adcpted with a view of saving time in doing away with the constitutional. pre seleotion ballot, Mr A. Walsh at tended as Chelsea delegate,
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
CHELTENHAM. To-morrow at the Church of Christ will be foreign mission Sun. day. Special addresses will be given morning and evening by the miies tor In the afternoon Cr Marriott will speak to the Sunday School scholars. On Saturday night last the White Ribbon Band hold a Gold Medal competition for Pianoforte playing, Club Swinging, Elocution and Sing. ing. Adjudicators weib brought fromm.tow. Mi"s Jeasnieo fiokens .for p?iii aMi,M :Barry fai ol-ub:awinghgi, and I'rMoNiclol for singing and. elocution. A fine programme was rendered with the following results: -Piano, Miss L. Moody (pupil of Miss Walton) Song, Miss A. Murray, (pupil of Miss Pittman) Club swing. ing, Miss E. Monk (pupil of Miss Bell, Church of Christ calisthenio class), who also came first in elocu tion. Each of the foregoing were presented at the close of the evening by the chairman (Mr A. P. Wilson) with gold medals suitably inscribed, The judges at the close of the com petitions gave many valuable hints to the compet...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 July 1914
MORDIALLOC. At a meeting of the school com mittee held on Thursday night at which Cr F. Groves, chairman of the committee, presided, an exhaustive list of new works and improvement to the school and school furnishings was adopted. Amongst the items agreed upon were:--Removal of rubbish tank and the construction of a rubbish incinerator, brick drain at present in the school ground to be carried down to the street, as- phalting of paths round the school, cube paving of Albert Street from subway to school gates, new level, and rising of underground tank, curtain to pavilion, door scrapers at doors, covering all tables with oil cloth,and four clooks for the various rooms. A very pleasant evening was spent at "Renfrew" Main Street, the residence of Mr J. Higginbotham the occasion being a surprise party given by a number of his friends. A merry time was spent in danclng songs and cards, Mr Rupert Dennis officiating at the piano. Amongst the new villas in course of erection in the township...
The Development of Chelsea. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
'The Development of Chelsea.. Chelsea's Glorious Beach Mrs. Sa6d\ford'~,,new Villa Camp Life ,;W.here were a certain number of peo g4, not only residents of the dis trict, but dwellers in distant suburbs, who considered that the disastrous fire, which occurred last lhrist~nas, spelt the end of Ohelsea, There were a few others who cone sidered..that such fire was not only no loss to the district, but a distinct t. W are not prepared to say 1 eltlr the oocurrence wAs a benefit or loss, but we do admit that residents who suffered by such fire, never mild what financial circum stances they were in, have shown great heart in keeping their hold on the district by re.placing the burnt dwellings with, in many cases, neat and co unmoliou. residences. It will be remnemberer that a very large 'tract of country extending practi cally from l'iihv.ile road to the Chelsea post-offi.: was deva'tated by the property eating flam:s, A committee was formed to help those who had suffered most by the fir...
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, July 7th [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
DANDENONG MARKET, Tuesday, July 7th A good number of dairy oettle yarded, and except for beat quality sales were a bit dragging, some of the prinoipil lots as follows: -Milkers G. Keys 3 ohoiae tows to £14, averatinig' £10.18s; E. Higgins 5 to £10-109, F. McCraw 3 to £9-17.6, bat Corriga-, 3 to £8-17-6, Brown I at £9 12- , Pelb Keys 6 to £11.2.6 G,. (Gamn ls 4 t, ,10.7.6, Chalmers I at- 8.l12.6, W. H1usbey l1at ?3817 6d, G. Wept 41 to £8 10, M3oKonna Bro. 3 tot 10.5, R. Aallinan 1 at £9 C, Gr'eavos' 2 to £A. 17-6, H. Gardinor 2 to £9 1 Say'lo, 1 at £8.10, Sp ingers: W, Staoven 7 to £6-12, F. Atrmrntroun 2 to £7.2.6, Greaves 4 t'o £7,15, G. Irvine 1 at £7 Rook 3 tf £6-5 Store cattle and chop. - pe?s, good demand,
LATE SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
LATE SPORTING. A mistake, wa made by Chelten ham officials last Saturday, in chatg ing members of the Moorabbin club for admission to the grountd, There should.be no dtllicalty in acknow ledging inter club members tickets at' the gates, 'Oheltenham Juniors visited llstornwick 19st Satgrday and won arn interesting game by 4 poitts, the final scores being- Ohelt. 7.9 Wicks 7-5. The game was on the willing side right throughout, both sides plpying for all they were worth 'Oheltenham were withbout the services of four of their usual plyers and with,' those in the team against Mbrdialloc to,day, there shou'd be a gopd game, Goal-kickers for Uhelten htm were.- Taylor 1, Browning 2, S, Mains 2, R Carson 2, Cheltenham juniors will be picked from - T. Barber, Penny, Harris, Main =, Browning, Htewett, R. Carson ' Foreman, Whitehead, Barr, .Davis (2), Nuttall, McMahon (2), Bodley Teagle, Grogan, Reeby, Htntchiuson, Taylor and Smith.
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
RIFIX NOTES. The final shoot for the Snowball trophy is to be fired at Port Mel bourne today. All members who hive hot yet shot must attend. The sealed handicaps In connection therewith will be opened at 'the miniature range, of Monday, at. 8 p.m. We shall be pleased to receive brief reports from secretaries or the appointed cpress orrespondents of any club, En -voloe 'will be supplied freo, updn'appli. codion. Copy can then be sent per rail, Ireo of oharge. "ljI | ,' -
CRICKET CAULFIELD - MOORABBIN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
CRICKET CAULFIELD - MOORABBIN ASSOOIATION, At a well attended meeting of Delegates held on Wednesday the let inst, the business was carried.on with the interest of a mid-season meeting. The Hor,. Sooretary presente'd >a balance shoot of the Dramitie Enters tainment hold recently, whioh showedi that the 1'nudh of the Assooiation hbd benefited fo the extent of 2-.11-o. The averages having only just been completed the names of those who were successful in gaining the trophies can now be announced. In the "A" Grade B. Baxter (St, Georges) won both the Batting and ,the individual trophies with an average of 36.0, and his highest score 207; while the Bowling prize has been won by F, Bindley (Oakloigh) with an average af 10.20 for 54 wickets F. Jenniugs (East Malvern Presbyte, ians) won the batting trophy in "B" grade with an average of 28.53, and R. Moore (MoKinnon) is entitled to the bowling prize with 5.90 for 83 wickets, M. Dolves (a promising young player of the Meatone Club) gaine...
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
MENTONE. At the last meeting of the Moor. abbin Council a letter was received from the Postal Department stating that the request for an extended letter delivery area at Mentono had been gianted, and the radius now covered would be one mile from the post office including residents facing Balcombe and Lower Dandenong Road as far as Olive Grove. The letter was received with considerable satisfaction, A social gathering of the con gregation of St, Alban's Armadale was held on Monday evening last to welcome the returning vicar, Rev E Denton Iekers, and to say farewell to the Rev W. R. and Mirs Cooling, Speeches appreciative of the work done by Mr Cooling during the nine months in which he was in charge of St Alban's were delivered by the Vicar and Churchwardens and pre. sentations were made to him of a substantial purse of sovereings from the congregation and of some useful volumes from the officers and teachers of the Sunday School. Mrs Cooling was presented with a silver candlestick a...
MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 6th July. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
MOORABBIN. SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 6th July, Pre;e'nt-The President (Cr B. J, Ferdinandc), Crs ;.cudds, W hite, Kelly, Brownfleld, Smith, Mar riott, Mills, Shields, Eggleston, Small and Burgess, CORRESPONDENCE. SFrom Mr O. R,. Snowball, M.1,,A., referring to the proposed construeo tion of an electric street railway from Sandlingham to Beaumaris. He stated that he had received communi cation from the council asking for the line to be completed all the way through from Sandringham to Beau marie, in prefeience to the recom mendation to the railways standing ccmmittee. that the temporary ter. minus should be made 'at Black Reck, The ccmmittee had stated that'it was tot expected that the terminus would remain long at the interi ecticn cf'Beach and Balccmbe iceds, tkeir idea was clearly indi cated that the terminus would be at Black Rock for scne time, but it was always contemplated that the extetesin would be made to Beau. maris and Sandringham as soon as any reasonable residential develo...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
Football Notes. Moorablin memlers journey to Blatherton loday, drags have at 2.30, p.m, sharp. The best playe:s for Mentone last Saturday were, Franklin (2), Morris Caudwel], Jones, Martin, Coventry Bodkin and Dennison, Mentone played two new men and three of last year's players re.appeared, all five justified their inclusion. Iannan caused great amusement by tying to. kick a goal with a dog,. "True Sport" writes:-- As one who follows up local football matters with considerable interest I have been struck by the scores in the matches played aj,ainst Heatherton by several teams, both last season and this. On 25th April, Middle Brighton kicked 211 points to nil, on June 20th Cheltenham kicked 253 points to 1, on June 27th Carrum kicked 206 points to 20 and I believe that to cap it all last Satur day the Middle Brighton team kick ed 292 points to nil. Now, sir, I consider that this is not sport in the true sense of the word, and in my opinion the stronger teams should not take such opp...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
MIORDIALLOC. The Literary and Debating sooiety 'iiet at Bradshaw's hall, Flinders street, Melbourne, on Wednesday evening, and debated against the Liberal Workers' Institute on the subject, " That elective Ministries would best oonduce to the political welfare of Australia." Mr Nichols, a member of the board af manage ment presided. The Liberal Work ers took the affirmative, The judge (Mr Glenoross) awarded a win to Mordialloc by 12 points, The adjourned annual meeting of the People's Party takes plaoe to. night at the Meohanios' hall. On Tuesday night the Rev. 0; Tregcar delivered a lecture in the Methodist Church on his trip to England and Enrope, It was a very wet night but those who attended were well repaid for their trouble as the lecturer is an able speaker and gave a splendid description of the places visited. Vooal items were rendered by Miss Shatwell, Another evening Is promised later on.
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
CARRUM, A meeting of the' recreation re serve committee was hold on Wed nesday evening in the Fire Station, It was decided that the name of the reserve be Keast Park in recogni tion of the valuable services ren. deroed to the district by the gentle. man, It was also decided to make application for a portion of the grant allotted annually by the government to parks, gardens, and improvements to foreshore,
FOOTBALL FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
FOOTBALL FEDERAL ASSOCIATION, The regular meeting of the Federal Football Association was held at Moorabbin on Tuesday July 7th, there being only a small attendance of delegates. In reports on matches Umpire MoKinuon stated that at the conclusion of a well-fought game be. twoon Moorabbin and Caulfield Dis. triot several of the Canlield players made a serious charge against him. Without disoussion Messrs Penny and Balding moved that a letter be sent to Mr MoKinnon stating that the delegates had every confidence in him as an umpire, and this was carried unanimously. As there is only one match still to be played in the B, Grade it was decided to hold the semi-fina's at Mbentone on July 18th and 25th. The first match will be between Gardenvalo and Chelten ham, and the second between Elstern. wick and Mordialloo or Glenhuntly, Messrs Mackay and Bungey were ap pointed to act as goal umpires for the first match. It was doeided to have boundary unmpires for il1 semi final and final matches ...
Grand Annual Ball IN AID OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
irand Annual Ball IN AID OF' ST. PATRICK'S OHURCE, M NTONI, The above event held' annlually in the skating rink, his come to bd regarded as one of the m st sucoess ful, and up-to-date fauctions held anywhere outside of Melbourne, and on' this occasion, Wednesday July 8th, it undoubtedly eclipsed any previously held. There were about 450 present, and on entering the vast building each one was struck by the brilliatiov of the scone, and the beauty of the d:o0ratioas which far surpassed all previous efforts, and.but for its huge size the rink would (to persons of an ima :inatlvo turn of mind at least) remind them of a fairy bower, The sides of the rink were clad with branches of blue gum, and other green foliage interwoven with Cootamundra wattle blossom, and artificial flowers the rows of flags of different nations which were hanging overhead greatly added to the beauty of the scene. The band stand in the centre of the rink in addition to the foliage decorations was also tastefully dr...
CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
CHELSEA. The Mlental Culture Society met as usual on Wednesday light. A Bruce Auotion was hold, and 10 new members were elected. Next Wed. needay, 4 eucbre party is to take place, A football match was played last Saturday between the local sports club. and the Carrum F.OC, The gamewas played in a very fhiendly manner, and comfortably won by the visitors, the final scores being 10.41 to 4.5, A first class dinner, paid for by the losers, was afterwards partaken of The sports club hold their usual weekly dance to.night at Brooks Hall. According to promise by the late Premier, steops are now being taken to investigate claims made in connen. tion with the disristrous fire; Residents should see our full page illustrated article, on the develop. ment of Chelsea, in this issue, ,. The prospectus of thoe Blootrio Light. Coy, will be available about Wednesday next, at the residquen of iMr McPherson also at the office of Mr W. Stewant 352,Colliis street, We understand that a move is to be made...
Federal Politics. HENTY ELECTORATE. MR. W. ANDREWS AT CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
Federal 'Politics, HENTY ELECTORATE. MR. W. ANDREWS AT CHELTENHAM On Wednesday night at the Mechanic's Institute the above,gentle man who is the selected labour candidate for this electorate, deliver ed a brief address on Federal politics There was a fair attendance, includ ing ladies Mr. Wilcox, president of the Henty Campaign Com' ittee, presided. He explaiued at the utart , that the meeting was only. of a preliminary; character, as Mr. Andrews did not enter upon the campaign until the 20th lust at Brighton, but the meeting had been convened for the purpose of opening a local branch of the P. I. C, and It was considered advisable that Mr. Andrews should take advantage of the meeting to introduce himself. Mr. Andrews who was well received' stated that he had. bleen selected' In a proper constitutional way to contest'the Henty seat'in the interests of the labour party. He briefly described the position of Federal politics, the events which led up thereto, and the dissolution of both...
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914
ASPENDALE. Relative to the making of foot paths in Hyde Paik estate a meet ing of the representative committee was held at the residence of Mr R. W. Wilton on Saturday 9venlng, Cr Groves, who was present, agreed that the South Riding councillors and the Shire surveyor would visit that portion of the district without delay and go into the whole matter of making footpaths and roads with a view of making it a permanent job, In the event of this being done it mould ,without a doubt considerably enhance land. values. At the annual meeting cf the Piogress Association, held on Sat. urday last (a full report cf which appears elsewhere in this issue) Ahr' H. Richardson spoke in connection with the proposed station at Edith Vale Road, and stated that for the eleven months of the current year the total number of passengers start. ing frcmAspendale was over 100, 000, a total which had not hitherto beenreachedin any previous year, hbilst at Chelsea during the same period, the total was over 120,...