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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

6. C. NEILL, (Successor to H. NIUIL) DRAPER ..:,AIN STREET, MORDIAILOC Ejecial reductions in P.D. and,3 Nautills Corsets special values in Bathing Gowns Costumes, Blouses, Mercery Boots and Shoes Orders takenf or Tents, J, W. Webb, Family Butcher, MIN ST.L MISO IALLTOO mall Goods a speclality Families waited on for orders The favor of your recontnmendatlon respectfully solicited Phone 46 Chel 'Tomato Sauce Ask at all Grocers for the noted Brand " Tom Smith's." CaateA and GooD - Phone Chelt 20 Mr W, SPOONER o Xdithvale Road, ASPENDAIJR Has the h!ghest qualifications as Dookeeper, and is prepared to keep Itadesmen's books, attend to corres fendence, etc., from Cheltenham to trankston. Charges moderate. Mrs SPOONER Opposite New School, School requisites, stationery, faKerdashery, boots, drapery, Orders promptly attended to. Chas. H. Brain, Oappenter and Mulldop, WIMBOURNE AVENUE, OH9L8ObA Alturatona, Additions Repairs, ete, . Estimates given, Well sunk, J. Hart, Baker, etc. (close stat...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

Co-operative Stores, NEPEAN ROAD, C E LTE N HAM Phone Cheltenham z8 Special Purchases for Cash this week 5000 Bag's Oat Hulls Truokloads (from 200 to 240 bags). Delivery local railway station Is Bag, Spot Cash At Store, 50 to loo bags, I/I bag s, per bag, i/2 CASH PRICES No 1 Star Branning 2000 Standard Bag-) Truckloads (about 40o bags) Delivery at Iccal railway station Spot Cash, 2/9 bag Note: No. i Star, not No, 2 At Store, 5o bag hts, 2/1 bag. Single bags, 3/3 CASH PRICES 1000 Bags No. 2 Branning At Store, 50 bag lots, I/tx bag Single bag, 2/3 04SH PR ICES Barley Meal (j ton, I ton lots or more) At Store I id bushel (7.bushel bags) At Store, per bag, 4/. bushel CASH PRICES Pea Mal (Good for fattening ddtksa, pigs, ete,) -At Store, j ton I ton lets or more, . bushel bags, lid bushel, bin. gle bage l- bushel CASH PRICES Shareholders make a further profit of 5 per cent on account oftheir dividends, Non. shareholders make a further profit of st per cent by theosame means, The dividen...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Football Association. REVISED LIST OF FIXTURES SENIORS. JULY 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

Federal Football Assocla, tion. REVISED L1ST OF FIXTURES SENIORS. JULY 11th, M?oorabbin Paik v Middle Brighton Black Rook v Mentone, Heatherton v Moorabbin Caulfield District v Carrum Cheltenhdm a bye JULY 18th. Middle Brighton Caulfield District - Heatherton v Black Rock .Cheltenham v Carrum Moorabbin v Moorabbin Park Mentone a bye JULY 25th Carrum v Moorabbin Park Mentone v Heatherton Black Rook v Moorabbin Caulfleld District v Cheltenham Middle Brighton a bye AUGUST lst, . Black Rook v Middle ',righton Cheltonham v Mentone Moorabbin v Carrunm Moorabbin Park v Caulflold District Heatherton a bye:

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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STATE OF THE TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

STATE OF THE TIDES. High tide for the ensuing week will be as foUows ; Sunday 10 29 - ... 11,5 Monday 11.41 ,,. - Tuesday 12.23 ... 1,8 Wednesday 1.52 ... 2,83 Thursday ... 3,0 ,,, 3.41 Friday .., 4.9 ,,. 4.24 Saturday .,,.4,8 ,.. 5.17 Low tide can be estimated at about half way betwoon the times mentioned on any one day. SATURDAY. JULY 11, 1914.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

Oa our fourth pago will be foundy dC?tlls of two cloarlug sales to be conduoted by Mr W P Furlanm, the first at Mordiallo: on the xIth inst, nad the accond at Black Rock oht the x5th

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS WEEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize Speclal 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 allow a margin of three poinre under or over, In the event of a tie the money will be divided., Any number of votes may be sent in, The aoupon relates to next Saturday's matohes, not to-.dys. COUPON FOR JULY 18th Federal Football -Association From the list of muntohes to be played on the 18th inst., I consider .... ....... ... team will score the highest number of points, and estimate' the score to be...............points, S ig ned .....,. ......... ................ .... . ... ... . ......., ....... . Postal Address.,,,,,, .... ........ ........ (To be sent to "News" offico by 10pm. next.Friday); (See elsewhere for flxtures for 18th) POSITION OF CLUBS. Senior Grade CLUB Played Won Lost Drawn Points ., CHELTENHAM .. .. 11 10 1 0 40 MIDDLE B...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Mordialloc Golf Club. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

Mordialloc Golf Club. A SUCCESSFUL, YEAR. The first annual meeting of the above olub was held on Saturday night in the Coffee Palace. The president, Mr J. J. Rogers presided over a large attendance which in. cluded a number of ladies. The president remarked that he was pleased to see so many present at their first annual meeting, and was proud of the fact that they had a successful year, he hoped the coming one would be even better. Mr G.e H. Rogers in sulmitting the first annual report, said the com mittee had every reason to oongratu late the members on having enjoyed a most successful 6e ison. Referring to the handicappers, Mr PF. J New. ton and himself, he said they had resigned after winning, and had never won since (Iaughter.) The secretary's report was as follows: In submitting their first Annual Report, your committee have every reason to congratulate the members on having enjoyed a most succesfull season The inaugural meeting of the Club was held at Mr Newton's office on Th...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Politics. MEETING AT CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

Federal Politics. MEETING AT CHl ,Tl NHAH. Theanuual meeting of the Peoples Party was held in the smalt hall in the Mechanics' InstLtute on Satur dlay evening last. The president, Mr F. T. LePage was in the chair. Addresses were given.by Mr W, H. Edgar and Mr S. Mauger, who are two, of the liberal nominees for th i forthcoming Senate election. Mr Edgar said there had been a great awakening of dl liberals in all the States. The country was face to face with a double dissolution, a most unusual thing, both houses swept clean, so that the country could declare who is going to con trol the country for the next three years. He was at variance with the labor party re preference to un. ionists, because it was not fair, every man should have an equal op. portunity for any work the Govern ment had to offer, although th: labor party made very light of the question, it was of the utmost imn portance. He asked the people t3 vote for the six liberal nominees, )lessrs Hume, Cook, Edgar, Tren with...

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XIX—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

Terribly Tempted. A. SIRIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. OHAPTlER XIX-(Oontinuoed), "Leonard,-This is the last time you will over hear from me, unless it may be from my death-bed, You left me with a farewell so cruel--it still seems some ghastly dream; but I am weak enough to wish you to know that I thought of you on this lgst sad day. You will find all you ever gave me in the wardrobe; and I also wish to say I forgive you everything. I am sorry I reproached you; the words were spoken in all the horror caused by the thought of separation. For give them. I love you I Your image is dearer to me than any other and I only ask you--remember mel If you could see these tears you .would know all I suffer, Love will not tie, or rather it is dying so very hard, I already feel half d?stroyed with it. Once more-F-ieowellI" "ILonore," What a deusion it had all been! While she had been so happy, so cre dulous, abandoning herself to art, studying the finest styhlists, measuring he'r own strength with th...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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CHELTENHAM v MOORABBIN. A Cake Walk. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

CHEILTENHAM v MOORABBIN. A Cake Walk. The Turky.trot, the gaby glide, and the Tango dances have been popular, and have received much critioism during their period of popularity, and are evidently in their dying stages, and at any moment a new craze may follow. It was not expecoted of the Cheltenham football olub to rejuvenate one very old craze, which is almost forgotten, at the recreation ground, on Satur day afternoon, viz, the cake walk, Moorabbin certainly had not their full team in, and were playing short, with the result of a most uninterest. ing game from a spectators point of view, of 'whom there were a fair number. It was also probable that a good game was anticipated, which did not result. It was purely a matter of each individual Chelten hamite playingall over each opponent from the out set, and much disap. pointment was felt at Mocorabbin's poor display. There being nothing of an interesting nature throughout the game, a full report is not possible Those who stripped wer...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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The Matches. MORDIALLOC v GLEN HUNTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

The Matches. MORDIALLOC v GIVEN HUNTLY. There was great interest displayed in the second meeting of these teams which took place last Saturday at Mordialloo, Defeat for the home team practically meant depriving them of all chance of premiership, On the previous occasion Glonhuntly decisively beat them, winning with 16 points ,to spare, but the locals hoped to turn the tables on thin -ooasion. The visitors were without the services of Osburgo and he was greatly missed in the ruck throughout 1th game. A commencement was made such earlier than usual, the start. ing signal being given at 3.20, Mordialloo immediately made the Iaee and Tait was presented with a shot but only managed a single, the wind was blowing diagonally across the ground and although helping the loome team at this stage was the cause d a consideiable amount of out of aounds play, the defenders of the viaitors among whom the most notice Wble were Bishop and Sargent were not taking the risk of kicking towards the soaaid...

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How Dogs are Trained for War. RESCUING WOUNDED SOLDIERS ON THE BATTLE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

How Dogs are Trained for War. flI*IOUING WOUNJ)ED SOL DIERS ON THE IAT'TLE FIELD, The fact that Major Richardson, famous as a trainer of dogs for such special services as police, son try, and ambulance work, has just returned from the Balkans, where he has beeoon studying the conditions under which dogs naiy hbe further utilised in modern warfare, calls at tontion to the value Of canine help on the battlefield, particularly in counection with Red Cross work, As a matter of fant, no fewer than O00 dogs took part in. the Italian campaign. in Tripoli,. hun droeds of wounded men who might otherwise have been left to their ateo. being found by the animals and duly resecued. To quote Major Iiiehnrdson, "No matterhow keonly ambulance corps may seirch the field ifter ri neengiagement, a dog is au pe,'qr; in working'its way .unto un expected places and discovering the wounded. Its slght Islkeener than man's, and there is the additional advantage ofits scent." During the Russo-Japanese War th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

Macpherson & Kelley Barristers and sollcitors 237 COLLINS ST,, MELBOURNE LONSDALE ST., DANDENONG and at " Daventry," WEATHERALL ROAD, CHELTENbI AM, Mr C KELLEY may be consulted .at Weatherall-road, Cheltenham, lathe even. iug, or by appointment. Trust moneys to lend at current ratoe A. SULLIVAN BOOT and SHOE'IAKER Repairs neatly oxeontei, Workmanship guaranteed Right opposite Station, Chelsea Miss 1. Muriel.Robinson Certificated, Trinity College, Music, London; Matric. Cert, of London University Visits or receives pupils for Piano. forte, Theory, Harmony, At Orderly Rooms, Point Nepean Road, Cheltenham, and at "Dalkeith," Centre Dandenong Road, Cheltenham. Terms on application. J. R. Valentine COARPENPNER, BULLDIER and CONTRA CTOR Beaumaris ]Eti.mlitus Prepared. T. Yuille Studio : AVONDA?IL, AVENUE, CHELSEA, Photographic Portraiture, Oil, Water Color and Pastel Appointments made by letter promptly, attended to. Beaumaris Hotel (Under now management.) J M'L.AUGH .11, ?Ara1i ?...

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ORDERS FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

OIll1rts i, o z mirie I)AY ' l·tr I lonpch "Isi iny wfe' iroing out, JamiiB" 9" r a! ;lams1 "Yessir;'!sir MmI, I-Thpcl ".Do you iknow'l I, anmm goinmg with hori ? S;I ' , ' !

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THE MONTENEGRIN WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

THE MONWT'ENEGflt1IWIFE. Th'Io Motonogen ilg in oh; wshes not july to be theo iot IiIr of m1n, but hl wife of a mu.n, Shp tol(is '+u, "I Ig-li-uIuII vd1 Ihi iiiii, to Ono w1i1d till ho annst I' in hi ownn' losf !'iIt I1(s, Olyli irl'o 1'111 14 Qoj ~V :l lo ll Iont of tho'lth ?lni lppj' j!{l * thJ 4 ory of thue Wociming df (1iutirdIlne, ns old in the 'ltui uc 1TLhdoti0nlulohlp." Sni'dfuma WO 51 w ias., honoto ie ii:bll .j tom' of. an hi m~frl0odmi 11 a'. suto; w~cre uinmy; (mll It U 19 Ins 1101 h'l to wed. Sil rCi)io pm)1kl to malivo IIIOIC b1iwcon" thre suio 911so, motol mn';imlomdl themo nil to i'it fathleir; foiso.o On the. s imo 'ftumon .d +i a. (hye ,'ino clay, stnsi it i imu theu l dlolo way', _nlali gtyIV ii~l fla +t it ou, t{{ cll ]listflt wtas 13':a yo m '4lFI Oved mi ltructytiod ;=whlo~\t : rliuý' is weeC~e cour 'It Cattiro, had (1acquiroul the atele VJIanelof ' fscli.t Ilfio ' 'ýxtF' ý11ulmid;l e ,said, with' au prill.a dolb1m1t of hi falt" "wIll you lot mne puss ' om-. im...

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Egg Laying Competitions [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 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 The fowls competing are of light breed, and fed on wet mash, Name Eggs for Total to week date J. Gill .:, 32 ... 367 E. Lawson ... 31 .. 349. J. West ... 28 ... .326 R, Hay '.,. 27 .. 323 H. Stevenson ... 19 , ? 18 P. Brook i.. 25 08' H' Brown ... 1 ... 301 S. Dalderson .,,' 28 ... 299 F. Pettigrove ... 26 ... 294 A. Simon ... 30 .,.. 286

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Poultry Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

* Poultry Notes. If an inoubator is to be purchased, order, it early. Choose some pure brfeed, and then adop ,it to the pur pose required; Well-bred birds from healthy, vigorous parents of a good strain are necessary if the best results are to be obtained. Animal food is ne;eshry for laying hens during the winter Chicks shduld bb made to exercise from the start, Feed fine grain in straw chaff, Clean water' aid rit' accessible at all times, Breed only from the most vigorous' specimens, and cull with an' unspar. ing hand. Experience is costly, especially with poultry, Mating, 'breeding,i.hatohing, rear ing, are' all -subjects that should :be included and carefully considered in thk getting of eggs in winter. Oyster shell and other grits 'must be always before the birds. The litter in the pens deep enough to hide the grain, in order to secure a sufficient amount of exercise, which is most necessary to the health and happiness of your birds. If the poultry breeder will observe a few ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

Poultry Farms w- e _ _ _ _ _ Speclalise Clients waiting for suitable Properties, or Vacant Land, from Half-an-Acre Upwards, We advertise and drive buyers to inspect. Subdivisions Supervised, . Auctions Arranged. Villas and Cottages To Let, F. J. Newton, Estate Agent, Main Street, Mordialloc Telephone 121 Chelankham. ROSE BROS., ~_..fURNISiING UNDERTAKERS,-.. CHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Fiunerals Conducted in any Fst of the Distritlct, . Ccachts. Ip ..... TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM EXCHANGEIL.... J. H. JEFFERSON BUILDER and CONTRACTOR, ALL BUILDING MATERIAL AT MELBOURNE -- - --PRICES.-- spoelal Lines GALVANISED IRON TANKS. AGRICULTURAL DRAIN PIPES, GRAIN AND PRODUCE, Point Nepean Road, BRIGHTON, Telehone 14o Brighton. Say! 5 -hera's a bit o' luc k!! Read this through- s-. You'll think so, tooee Telephone 66, Local Exchange. ABBOTT & MASON, Gen-z~ral Mv.erchants d GIocrY, ThfSaMEirY, DflkjY 9Pio0uct· Mentone Parade. MENTONE (OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION) T'° 5 Y~ARS. He is a . VITADAT...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN D. Roberoson ,,, 48 ' 57l T. Barron ... 50 . .. 560 T. Barron ,,, -46 ,, 547 A. Pope .. 38. 541", W Purvis 46 ,, 524 Marville P. Farm 50, .. 492 H. Woodhead ... .42 ... 490 Thdin, ... 50 ... .482 W. Purvi .., ...' 479 Brodoriok Bros. 44 . ,,,445'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

Beach Blocks thane scarcer At Aspendale, Ohelsea and Carrum, To secure one you must act quickly. £5 Deposit * £1 per month,. W. A. TOWLER, Auotloncer, (406 Collins Stleet, City, or Local Offices, Phone Central 3720 The State Stores Limited SChelsea : : A. WALSH, ?Manager (Late Duncan's) ;Qeneral Store, Post and Money Order Offlos, also Wine Cafe Are offering new stocks of Groceries at lowest market rates, Our itrade has' shown a marked improvement under now management - A TRIAL, ORDER SOLICITIED

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