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BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY W. Thompson ... 28 ... 2R7 Utility P. Farm 31 .. 258 G. Berthusinier 35 ... 248 W. Swift ,,. 21 ,,, 220 M, Doyle ... 27 ... 217 A. Smith ... 20 ... 214 Marville P, Farm 28 .,. 212 A. Fastum ... 28 ... 207 Spotewood ,,, ? ... 205 Schaefer Bros. 21 ... 198.

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

The National Mutual Life Assooiation A NOTABLE ILLUSTRATIjA OF TIE NON-FORFEITURi PRINCIPLE, A Policy was taken out by Mr Win, I, Edwards, on Ist December, 1881, and hJi !aid the premiums regularly up to 1st December, 1887. After that date he paid 'no further premiums, The office advanced the unpaid premiums out of the Surrender Value, and kept tho policy in full forc ntil the death of hr Edwards on 135b October, 1891. The position of the policy then was - Sum assured.. " ., .. 0 0 Bonusaes added to Polioy to date of death ,,, , 23 6 0 1313 6 o Lua Ptemiums and Interes 313 6 advanoed by the Assocla lion out of the Surrender Value of the policy ,,, 54 19 Amount handed to Widow of deceased ... ... ... '96 6 * Although only 6 years' premiuma wno paid, the policy was kopt in force for 10 years. the above is published as a striking example of the heuofits to be obtained by assultmg in the National MIutual Life ALso. ciation of Ausiralasia Limitedh RESIDINT AGENTS WM. BROWN AND HARRY BROW...

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ASPENDALE. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

ASPENDALE. PROGRESS ASSOCIA TION. --4-t- jANNIJAL MHR1TCTN( The retiring president, Mr F., J annston, preslded over a very Inaxv attendance of members hold on Saturday la., The actial busiune sieet was rather weak, lait at th~ annual meeti.igs it has become a habit to transact very little new bruiness, ierely using the meeting for moans of congratulating the officers and those concerned in the successful considerationiof items handled during the year. Amongst those present on the occaslcn men. ticed were, Mr-W. S, Keast. M,L,.A Mas Keast, HElt J. (G .ikmau, M.4l..,, and -isitors from sister associations. 'lThe retiring officers together with the newlyl ap:;ointed o3icers wore kept exceptiionally )busy receiving subscriptions for the ensuing year, the point being that u~ tll those subscriptions were paid, although it we only 2s 9d, nto per. son had the right to vote In the selection 'of a committee, TRh1 PLANTISON Probably the itetm which provok ed most discussion was a resolution by...

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WHERE IS THE TRUE CHURCH ! [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

W HIERE IS THE TRUE CHIUCH I BY PASTOll RUSSELL, Text: "The Church of the First. Born, whose names are written in HL-aven" (Iebrew :ii. OM The Pastor clnimae _that the. Church ot iClirist is ONE no' "many; and continu. ing said:--All a learning that to he a Christian nieana more 'than merely to be s?rinkled or ihe 'lnorsd; ,more than ainply to believ. in tho do?trino of 'Ele. tion or Froo'Gaceo; Or tho doctrieB of or Coln1irniti, o OF0Mitatne MEgOClM With this onlaIugelnot of minr Christianm are indeed in danger of )osin silght of tlV fact that the True Church i, the custodioan of "the faith once delivered to the Saints" -which acinlowledges "one Lord, oun* Faith, one Il:itisin, one God and Fatler of all, and one Church of the Living God," The lwy to tie situation is found in our Lord's words;-,"Not every one thlt saitl unto Me, Lord, Lou, shall enter Into the Kingdom of lle?'vn"-not all who call theisehlves Christians, with one dellomina, tiomll tag t'r alotheur, are members of the...

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

Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY ? . Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. Every article at City pricees Circulating Library. S Latest Books, Lioensed to sell stamps. Telephone, Chelteuham 75,, J; ent for allithe best mcake of Pianos. Experts ad FOR SALE. BILLIARD and dining table, sewing machine, Edis n Gem phonograph, ,6 records, 6 Vienna chairs, J, Clementson, l entone C OW, Jersey, milking. R, Carson, Tramway parade, Beauuaris, SSEED Petatoes,--k few red soil Ver monts. F. Fisher, Ba:lcombo road, oeaumaris, H ORSE and CATTLE RUGS, from 4s Tarpaulins Rubber Coats, any quality, any price Save 2s in the ,4, and buy from the Market Gardeners' Associa 'ion WANTED TO BUY. fC ALVES, Heifers, Bulls, Pigs, Ago, condition or breed no object. Highest prices, Cards attended, FREDK. PORTER, Bentleigh LOST AND FOUND. L ' ',-Cog end of speudoaluter cable Reward, Dr Joyce, ioorabbin. PERSON seen taking overouat from o~rd-room at . tholio bal...

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TELEPHONE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

TELEPHONE GUIDE 66 Abbott & Mason, Mentone, 119 Alcock, R., Beaumaris. 19 Allendale Stud Farm, Mentone. 68 Alnutt, G. T., Cheltenham. 102 Amess, R, L., Cheltenham. 158 Balderstone, J. T., Mentone. 80 Ballantyne, J. M., Mordialloc. 48 Barnett, W. H., Moorabbin. 240 Baxendale, A., Mordialloc. 235 Bavington, S., Mordialloc. 6 Beaumaris Hotel, Beaumaris. 157 Beavis, G. H., Moorabbin. 155 Beazley, J., Cheltenham. 170 Beck, J. T. D., Black Rock. 196 Beck, Vic., Black Rock. 111 Benevolent Asylum, Chelt. 184Y Billings, W. M., Carrum. 190 Bingle, Mrs. H. C., Sandring'm, 91M Bishop, F. C., Chelsea. 183 Black, A. H., Sandringham.   178 Blannin, A. L., Black Rock. 177 Blencowe, J. R., Mentone. 108 Blyth, Mrs. E. F., Sandringham. 224 Bradshaw, E. H., Mentone. 10 Bridge Hotel, Mordialloc. 97 Brigidine Convent, Mentone. 171 Brown, W. J. C., Sandringham. 230 Buchan, R., Mentone. 91J Burroughs, R, J., Carrum.   28 Butler, J., Cheltenham.   239 Cameron, ...

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CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 July 1914

CHELTENHAM. Miss Emma Warburton, Pupil of Miss Bessie Anderson, A L C M, "Ulupna," Charman road, Cheltenham, has success- fully passed an examination in music. The Brass Band rendered selec- tions at Mentone on Sunday after- noon last, in the presence of a large crowd of people. This band has made a wonderful improvement of late, and it is to be hoped they will keep on improving, as a band is pro- bably one of the best assets a town- ship could have. The committee are desirous of a few more honorary members joining, and the fee is 3d per week or 1s per month. All con- tributions will be gratefully received by any member of the committee.

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"THOSE WHO GO DOWN TO THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

"THOSE W ; O Gd DOWN TO 'T?~E SEA\. The .docisions arrived at by the In tornational Conference in London, is of intimate concern to every sea-far ing country, and should meet with the heartfelt approval of all those whose business or pleasure loads them to "go down to the sea in ships." The too many, disasters during the last few years have shaken the faith of the travelling public in the honoficient care which the shipowners were popularly supposed to exert for thq safety of their patrons, In a little over a year,, two appalling ac cidents offeetually showcd the many dangers which passengers run, while our own shipping chronicles have been marked by more than one 'catas trophe rceently, SAlthough the authorities have en forced certain precautions, and indi vidual owners have voluntarily adopt od others, the perils of the deep have increased with the growth of sea traffic. The universal dissatisfaction reached its culniln.ion in the Inter national Conferene',- and through its agency...

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SLATE QUARRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

SLATE QUARRIES. - +-~---· It is a matter of surprise to man) Australians to learn that the aom monwealth possesses slate deposits o the very highest quality, which are unsurpassed in any part of the wlde world. The finest quarries are at Min taro, in South Australia, and, archi tects and builders all over the con tinent are eager in thlleir demands lot a larger supply of this valuable and useful commodity, which is represent ed in nearly all our public buildings, The deposits were first discovered over fifty years ago by Mr. P. Brady, and since then they have been workoc fairly consistently, though, until late ly, only in a small way. It is eatl mated that, even though there is H vast increase in the demand, the sup ply is sufficient to last for hundredh of years. For many years Melbourne proved the most profitable market, but of late years Adolaide had quadrupled its trade, and now all Australia com petes for a fair supply. To meet the demand a modern planl has lately boon installe...

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To=day's Fixtures SENIOR GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

To-day's Ffxtures SENIOR GRADE MIDDLE BRIGHTON v CAULFIELD (Jenkins) HEATHERTON, v BLACK ROCK (Elach) CHELTENHAM v CARRUM Nathan MOORABBIN v MOORABBIN PARK Barker MENTONE a bye JUNIOR GR ADE, CHELTENHAM v GARDENVALE . (MoKinnon)

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The Matches. CHELTENHAM v MORDIALLOC A Close Game. Mordialloc Wins. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

The Matches. ItHEJLUTENHAM v MORDIALLOC A Close Game. Mordialloc Wins. The above match took place on the recreation ground, Cheltenham, on Saturday last The clerk of the weather was not kind, at all, he promised in the morning perfect con ditions, but between noon and three o'clock he got his bellows going, and even threatened to turn the water on but fortunately, he was short of that necessary of existence for the time bhing, therefore, when the above teams met to deoide whether Cholt. anham's team could overthrow Mord. ialloe's claim for inclusion in the gemi.finale, he let us down lightly, with the exception of the wind. lihe icebergs in the Southern Ocean were not troubled about. The posi. Lion of Mordialloo and Glenhuntly on the list wis of an interesting nature, they being equal so far as the games were concerned, and had Ilordialloo been beaten, it would have been a matter of percentage. That not having occurved all disputes 'are settled. Glonhuntly now retire i'to oblivion t...

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BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

BENTLEIGH. On Friday last the return match in rounders of the Bontleigh State School senior girls was played at Cambridge Street, Collingwood State School, the result being a win for IOollingwood, the scores were, Collingwood 45, Bentleigh 41 Though defeated in the game our representatives had a good outipg and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. On Wednesday night a public meeting of residentslintorested in the newly acquired Recreation -Reserve was,hold in the East Brighton Hall Bentlilgh. Counoillor Burgess occupied the chair. There was, a fair attendance, and in thanking them for their presence Cr. Burgess reported that £400 had been paid off on the contract of sale, and that there remained another £200 to be raised and paid off during the next8 weeks to save payment of interest. The meeting hbd, been call to deviceways, and means to finally quidate the whole amount, and hose present were asked to make suggestions. Mesdames Dunbar and Wood reported that they had made arrangements for...

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Federal Politics. COLONEL R. A. CROUCH. At Mordialloc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

Federal Politics. COL9NliE R, A, CROUCH. At M ordialloo. The above gentlema., who is seek. ing the selection as a 'condidate for Henty amongst the ,oombined Liberal leagues, addressed the eleotors at the MI eohaaics' Institute on Monday night The weather was wet and cold, con sequently the attendance suffered. Mr Crouoh, however, gave a good addross. He explained his view of the necessity of a doable dissolution of the Federal houses of Parliament, if one member of the Liberal side had been sick during the pass ses sion, a chauge of Government would have been necessary, when he got well another change would have been 'probable, this meant stag nation in polities which was dis astrous. The speaker dealt with Protection very fully, People were told at last year's elections that the tariff Issue was sunk, yet as soon as the resu Its were made known the tree-trade journal had published the headline-"IIlgh Tariff Defeated." In this election he was faced by a free-trade candidate, who sta...

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SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

SEAFORD. A mceti~ig of the Progress Assoc iation was held on the 11th inst. There was a good attendance, and the Pres dent, Mr Broughton was in the chair. The Secretary (Mr W, Wilson) read a long letter from the Commissioner of Railways stating that as the Frankstou Council had not entertained the Commissioner's proposal for makiug of the roads approaching Seaford station, the Comwtulioners had withdrawn their offer of £200. The Hon A. Down ward was asked by the Seaford Progress Association to use his efforts to secure the making of the roads, and a letter was read from that gentleman stating that he thought if the Frankston Council woulW offer £100 for making Brough, tons Road that the Commissioners would probably re-consider and give the £200. The road to the East of the station to be left for a future time. Messrs McIntee Roohe and T Erwin were selected to wait on the Council, and discuss the matter, A letter was read by the Secretary from Mr H. Gamble of East Seaford pointing ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS W EEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize Special afotice-The coupon below must be filled in with ink and returned to the " News" cflice on or before Friday next, Any team from either grade of the competition may be selected, *We allow f, mnrgin of three loimsr under or over. In the event of a tie the nmoney will be divided, Any unuii-r of vutus niay lbe Ibt in. The c-.upon til a!ts io it. l SatnI day's matohes, not to-days. COUPON FoR JULY 25th Federal Football Association From the list of n~rtc hel to be played on the 25th idrt., I oeruirle1' team in.t ., 1...... o r . , . ...... ..........................t.......... .m will score the ighllest mnuber of points, and estixmate the score to be...............points. S ig ned ...................... ............. ................................ P ostal A ddress............................ ............................... (To be sent to "News" oflice by 10p,m, next Friday), (seo elsewhere for fixtures for 25th) POSITI...

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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

CARRUM, Mr E. T, Deakin draws attention in our advertising columns to his bakery business. This gentleman is a rebident of the township of many years' standing, and has worked up a large connection, Possibly the quality of his bread has helped con. siderably in building up his trade, but he is apparently sufficiently pro gressive, aud' a believer in the bone. fits of printer's ink, t6 realise that a small sum spent per year in a local paper is a help towards holding a connection, by means of keeping his name before the people, besides expressing his belief in a practical manner, that a local paper cannot exist on publishing news and free paragraphs to help private indivi duals, public and semi-public bodies, [the reoreation reserve cormmittee met on Saturday night, and decided to call a combined meeting of the managing and sports committee with a view of forming a Grand committee for the purpose of making the nec essary improvements to the reserve. On Wednesday Mr Burgess, pri vate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

The National Mutual Life Association SINOTIBLE ILLUSTRIATId Of IN IIONFORFEITURE PRINIIIPL A policy was taken out b Mr Wn. 3. Edwerds, on I1t DeoemberT 11, and h aid the promiumu regularly up to lt eoeomber, lt87. After thatdate he paMd mo further premiums, The office advauosd the unpaid ptemium, out of the Surrender Value, and kept the policy in full feros t-il the dle;th i Mr Edwards on 13ti Ooober, 1891, The position of the polly then wait Snm assured . .. ,,, .. i Bounaes added to Policy to date of death ..... I23 I 0 oeur Premiums and Iterat 6 advaneed by the Assoola. ieon out of the durrender Value of the policy ., 4 1 Amount handed to Widow ofe doeaseed ... .. ,,, i5I a 6 Although only 6 years' premilumr wale paid, the policy was kept an force for 10 7ears. The above s pubtllshed as a striking eample of th, benefits to be obtained by aewurrug in the Nauounal Mutual Life Amse elation of Austrataai LAmitodt ARSIDENT AGENT S WM. BROWN AND HARRY BROWN Gheltonham Telephone No. 18....

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CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

CHELSEA. The nsual fertnightly meeting of the Sons of Temperance was held last Monday, In spite of the weather, there was a .good attend. ance, Bro, H, R, Francis, general secretary, and Bro, Abley visited from the General Division, and Bro, Francis presented the division with a set of bowls, and practice for the bowls tournament was indulged in after the close of the division. We are glad to report a continued in crease in the Junior Section, who now number over 50, and great interest is taken by the children in their lodge night, Next Tuesday Bro, Tirrell will entertain them with a gramas phone night, and we extend a cordial invitation to parents and friends to come along and see how the ohildren conduct their business. Notwithstanding the bad weather experienced recently, the attendance at the Congregational Church has been fulily maintained Apparently the efforts of the Rev. W. S. Pearse are appreciated, and his ministry regarded as satisfactory. In another column will be found ...

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CHELSEA. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

CHELSEA. PROGRESS ASSOCIA. TION. The monthly meeting of menrb rs of tl e above v, as held at the Public Hall on Saturday night, the atten dance thereat sas not as large as uscal, possibly owing to the incle ment weather, and to the fact that there were no vital questions to be discu: sed. The President, Mr J. James presidLd. The inward corre spondence received during the month was very limited, and unimportant, the main item being a letter from the Anti-slum Committee asking the association to urgo their representa tives In the council to seek an amendment of the Local Government Act, whereby municip lities would have the power to regulate the minimun size of allotments. The Presidents reported that the com mittee had dealt with the question, and had unanimously confirmed the general principle, Mlr W, H Webb in moving that the actlon of tie commi,tee be endorsed, stated that such an ameudment of .the Local Govert Iment A t was necessary, under the present system muni cipalities had ...

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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

ASPENDALE. In connection with the planting of trees along the Main Road towards which it is expected that the coun cil will supply 12 tree.guards, Mr Hunter, the president of the Pro gress Association has received he promise of 24 trees and two tree guards from local residents. The intention is to arrange a working bee for Saturday next if the tree. guards are received in time. Other offers will be gladly accepted. Mr Richardson has had his resi deuce extensively renovated and vastly improved. The three main rooms, 18 x 13, and 18 x 12 have been newly plastered. There are also two smaller rooms, The veran dah is on the south side, and is unique in the district. It is 50 x 10, divided into three divisions, two ot which are sleeping rooms. Ven tilation and light are the main fea tures of the building, which pre sents an attractive appearance. Messrs G. and A. Coates were the contractors for the building, and Mr E Baker was the painter, To.morrow is Foreign Mission Sunday in the Method...

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