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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
Co-operative Stores, KEFEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM C Ii E LI E N H A RM Phone Cheltenham 18 Cash this week 4100 Bags Oat Hulls Truckloads (from 200 to 240 bags). Delivery local railway station 1s Bag, Spot Cash At Store, 50 to ioo bags, I/i bag ,, per bag, 1/2 CASH PRICES No 1 Star Branning awwawý 2000 Standard Bag Truckloads (about 140 bags) Delivery at local railway station Spot Cash, 2'9 bag Note: No. i Star, not No. 2 At Store, 50 big latr, 2/11 bang. Single bags, 3/3 CASH PRICES 1000 Bags No. 2 Branning At Store, 50 bag lots, I/i bag Single bag, 2/3. CASH PRICES Barley Meal (( ton, 1 ton lots or more) At Store ud bushel (7-bushel bags; At Store, per bag, if- bushel CASH PRICES Pea Meal (Good for fattening ducks, pigs, ete.) At Store,, f ton 1 ton lets or more, ? bushel bags, lid bushel, sin. gle bages '. bushel CASH PRICES Shareholders make a further profit of 5 per cent on account of their dividends, Non. shareholders maie a further profit ol 2) per cent by the same means, The divid...
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
MENTONE. The last meeting of the Literary Guild was held, in the Reoreation Hall on the 9th inst, and took the form 'of a "Scotch Nig~it" by Mr A, C, Smith, Owing to the very rough weather there was only a moderate attondance, but those who were pre sent thoroughly enjoyed the evening's entertainmont. Mr Smith's paper was interspersed with songe by Mrs Macartney. Miss Haiiser, and Mr H. Walklate. Attention of loQal residents, but particularly those interested in poul try, is direotod to the advertisement elsewhere, regarding a looture to be given in the Reoreation Hall on Wednesday night next, by Mr Rin toul of the Department of Agricul ture. Mr Itintoul's subjeot will be "Poultry Keeping" and willbe freely illustrated with lantern slides. After the leoture a demonstration of poul try dressing will be given by Mr A. Hart, the Government Poultry Ex port. Admission will be free, and ladies are speoially invited. A largely attended eunohre party and dance was hold reooently in the Reor...
Chelsea Sports Club. OPENING OF CLUB ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
Chelsea Sports Club. OPENING OF OLUB ROOMS. The formal opening of the above club took plaeo on Monday night ht the olub rooms in the Strand, The weather was very unpropitions, beiig one of the worst nights ex porienQed during the Winter, in con sequence, the attendance was not ,very large. The room was well lighted up, looked very nice, and appeared to be fully .eqqipped, with the necessary appliances for 0ll kinds of athletio sport. The. president, Mr A. Walsh, occunpied the chair, and explained,that the purpose of the evening was to hlave the official open ing ceremony performed: by' 'Or Groves,, and then adjourn to the Publio Hall for ofroeshments and to' spend a social evening; He 'was very sorry to have to apolbgise for the absence of 'Mr Kdast M,L.A;. Mir Aikiuna M.L.O. and Cr Raii, -Ie was also sorry that Mr James, re presenting the Progress Association, Mr rMoDonaugh the P.L.C. and Mr Webb the Total Abstinence Society were not present, he had much pleasure on calling on Or G...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
MORDIALLOC. The rainfall for the month of June, according to the rain gauge at the local State school was 151 points ; for July to the 17th inst., 268 points. Regarding the proposed State School on the settlement, nothing definite has yet transpired. The people of the distriot have made an application for the erection of a school on the corner of Boundary and Lower Dandenong roads. The district inspector came out, and made enquiries. Indications seem favorable to the request being granted. The Heatherton school committeeis op posing it on the grounds of their school being so often reduced through other schools being opened; they say the site ought to be further along to wards Skirvings, where it would be about equi-distant from surrounding schools, and in a better position to provide for future requirements, The State School authorities have for some time been of the opinion that the play ground area attached to the school is far too small for the number of children who attend there...
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XX. THE GRIEF THAT KILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
Terribly ,Tempted. A. SIRIAL 'STORY BY ':ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER , .. STHE GRIEF THAT KILLS. "And she will be a growing power and potency 'the years, Tie treacherous years, will take her part, and ravish him trom me, And she will make a title out of daily smiles and tears, And will pass to fuller blesmedness through weakness which endears, And I hball be as one forbid before 1 cease to be." Whie Colonel Stainer re-entered the already dismantled villa, he was starm led at the'funereal solemnity which reigned throughout. The place bore the a.pect of a bonmb--the moonlight threw its vaporous beams on the la e rosea, the verbonae, and geraniums, which seemed to wolcome him with voiceless mirth, as the evening breeze rooked them to and fro. He en ered the house with his latch key swiftly and noiselessly-he never dreamt that Lenore would so soon have taken him at his word. No one in their senss awould have gone with out trying to make some terms for hor self. To be sure, people "in thier se...
Compared With the Venus of Mile. AMERICA'S MOST PERFECT WOMAN NEVER DRINKS TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
Compared With the Venus of IVilo. im v'"- -, S I,:'s . - ' .C .WOMAN -N1EVlR; DRINKS 'rMA. Out of foir huhldrdiail. .:nfty, grif studloets' of ''ornoll "University Mieu -Isle, c1i;l), of ' I ooklp ) i c;'. rh!'lpd, theo most lCirfC aomla In, nmerlin-on .: . compa~rsoin of : lier proportions 'with those of tho Voniu *nyH 'i\iti~ib obrid illi 61 lidt hcly"WU . ' tt .foptl ,,: yl .tinus, ,11 1 prizo annually givoen to Anioteic's Ato rt' rf&ct1 t olhnn, *»' ' ''. :lio Is tull\t.fn\vo 'ydars of ago' u'c 'l ) .J h.,, wid.il is Wift. 71n. 'in" ,Ii;It.' ie' rint r ti'li6tit moniasiru 'iitn f' l ,il, ioi ei' W' aist?;,80:a81n.,; .'ild h\to I liO;,d about.tho hips. She. is lighlt-hnired, 'niufl ''lid u lIluo oY?O anid a wonderfully clear complexion; Although Miss Scheel .is taller,; * "she is nearer, ,tAo lpopPoytlons of ;tho Vonus (Ie Milo than any woman at Corunol .,1l,9? lJ)r, lPrker anu !ioon coidnecteoa with the staff,'.' Iler hobby is motoring; her favor it' siioi't .is l asketb...
GLENHUNTLY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
ULPNHUN ILY One of the best concerts ever held in the district took place on Wed nesday last, when the Gwalia male voice party contributed a very fine programme to a large attendance. The proceeds of ,atne wore in aid of St. Agnes' Church. It would be diffcult to specialise among such an array of artists, but two or three items are quite worthy of special mention, namely a chorus by the party of "Men of Harlech," sung in Welsh, and another item, "Sweet Bye and Bye." Mr T. Cluoas was remarkably effective, in his solo, "Thora," whilst the singing of Miss Beryl Griffiths a mere child of six years of age, in "Daddy." and the "Children's Home," were both items which will be long remem bered by those present. Another very fine series of items were recita tions by Miss Gwen Evans, who reolted with vim. The 1programme was very lengthy,and in the opinion of those present there wars not a bad item in it the general opinion was, that a further visit by the party at an early date would attract ...
GENERAL JACK FROST. THE REMARKABLE PART HE HAS PLAYED IN BIG WARS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
GENERAL JACK FROST, FI'H MI\I RFAKA i , ýT 14F HAS FLAYED IN III1 WARS. There hias. hardly over been a EIuropean war on .a big scale in which, ,eoneral Jack Frost Jt, e n.ot taken a hand, IN AN ICY GRIP, Go back a century., Eiglhten hait. dred and twelveo was tl ? year. when Napoleon made up his mind to in, wade Russia; 'Beforo;e starting he was careful to inquire of the ex ports at what date winter usually set in in Southern Russia, They told lini 'the middle of December,., It. was on June 24th that he invaded RiiRsli with =600,00' men; and he reached Moscow on Sep tember 14th. That night fire broke out, and within five'"days the city wasll burnt to the ground, Even then he remained until October 18th before commencing his retreat. 'In'- the.Jlast ;week of' I)ecembler be. 'gat. the worst; frost which Europe had kitow'ii" for three generations The 'Thanies froze front its source to the sea, .'l'he Seine, the Rhino,. the Danube were all ice-bound. On the Adriatic off Venice was seen ...
MOORABBIN FRIENDLY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
MOOltABBIN FRIENDLY SOCIETY. At the monthly meeting of ther F. 8. association, held at Cheltenham last Thursday the following resolutioii was unanimously adopted:- That statistics be prepared showing the numerical strength of each Friendly Benefit Society in the Moorabbia District as at June 30th, 1914, and also the am'unts paid last half year to each doctor and chemist, Nambei of married and single members to be shown. The rules for euchre tournament were completed and last date for receiving entries fixed at July 30th, when the executive will meet and arrange the matches. The tourna ment is for teams of four (members of one society) and entrance fee is 4@ per team. Large entries are ex pected, some lodges entering several teams.
THE ASS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
I HE ASS. By Valoska Jones, Aspendalo. Jook Leigh stretched himself out full length on the old lounge beneath the cypress treo. It was the lunch hour, and he and his brother Jim always indulged in a half hour's well-earned rest at this particular time of the day, The Leigh brothers owned a big station ur in the Gippsland distriot They weio hard-working, fine men and were highly respeoted in, the neighbourhood. Jock yawned, "Gad" he said "but its hot - something like 110 isn't it?" Jim nodded. "Say" he said present. ly, "what the deuce ham brought the 'Ass' up here, do you kt:owP" Jock lauighed, "guess its for the loai of a few quid." he answered. It is only fair to the reader, to explain that the "Ass" was a cousin of the Leigh's by name Algernon luadfield, He was of the kind who are alwnys in debt, and yet who always nl':ot the newest fashion, his latent craze being the wearing of nn oye-glass, and in fact never owned relationship to his cous ins when the latter were in the town. I...
SPORTING. RIFLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
SPORTING. RIFLE NOTES The sealed handicaps in oonneoc tion with the Snowball trophy were opened at the miniature range on Monday last, After calculating the scores made by the various members who were engaged in the shoot, it was fouf t-Mr 0. Judd and Mr J. H. Gill had tied for first place, but eventually Mr C. Judd won the trophy on the count back. Captain Wells was second, being only two points behind, It was rather a re. markablo fact, and gave evidence that the handicappers had given serious attention to the allotting of the handioap., to find that soven points covered the first eight men, The conditions of the shoot wore tof shots at 500 yards, and ten at 600
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. .Every . atic e at City prices. Circulating Librry, ,LDq; Books, ,licenscd to sell stidups. Telephone, Oheltenham 75. Agent for all the best make of Pianos, IExperts advice. Cups and Saucers FOR WINTER RENEWALS 4s 3d doz. in I -doz. Lots Special Purchase of White and Gold. For Fourteen Days Only. THE OLD STORE THOMPSON & CO., with a (OHAS. H. FAIRBANK) REPUTATION FOR NEPEAN ROAD, QUALIrY, Phoe 4helt, CHELTENHAM. FOR SALE. SEED Potatoes.--. few red soil Ver. monte, F, Fisher, Blloombe roid oeaumraris, ORSBE a',d CATT?LE RUGS,from 4s; STarpalulin Ilubb3r Coats, any .quality, any price Save 2s in the ,', and buy from the Market Gardeners' Associa .ion OR SAL,--Pouy Buggy, goiod order, 1 S Cheap, "INoews"ollie. PONY, young, blue roan, thoroughly quiet, A, Monk, Beanuitrs., WANTED TO BUY, (' ALVES, Heifors, Dulls, Pigs. Age, s, condition or brood no object,...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
CHELTENHAM. At the police court on the 8th inst, Messrs J. and C. Candwvell proceeded against J. Graf for the sum of 414 16s 11d, goods sold and delivered. There was no appearance of the defendant, and Mr H. C, Price appeared for the complainant. A verdiot was recorded for the amount, with 23s 6d costs. Great preparations are in progress for a waxworl a show, to be held in the Cheltenham Hall on the 29th inst,, in aid of St. Matthew's 'choir and organ fund. A first class concert has been arranged, whilst the appear ance of Jarley's waxworks needs no comments, A bumper house is an ticipated, On Thursday, 9th inst., the remains of Mr George Huxtable, son., were interred in the local emoe tery. Deceased was 76 years of age, and he was in fairly good health for some time, but quite recently a serious illness developed, which ended fatally on the Wednesday pre vious, He had been living for some years at the residence of his daughter, Mrs Henry, and left a grown-up family tonmourn their l...
STATE OF THE TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
STATE OF THE TIDES. High tide for the ensuing week will be as follows - Sunday 10 9 - .2 11,5 Monday 11.41 ..: - Wednesday 1,52 ... 2,8.33 . Thursday 4;..3.0.. , Friday ,,, 4.9 , 4,24 Saturday ...,4,58 ., 5.17 BLow tide can be estimated at about half way between the times mentioned on any one day, tDe alews SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1914,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
Macpherson & Kelley Barristers and solicitors 237 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE LONSDALE ST., DANDENONG anid at " Daventry," WEATHERALL ROAD, OIELTE~NIAM .Mr C KELLEY may be consulted at Weatherall-road, Cheltenlam, inthe even iag, or by appointment, Trust moneys to lend at current rates, A. SULLIVAN BOOT and SHOE edAKER :Epairs nestly oxeoutol. Workmanship ' • guaranteed Right opposite Station, Chelsea * ý. Miss " I Muriel Robinsoni Certificated, Trinity College, Music, London; Matric,. Cert, of London University Visits or receives pupils for Piano forte, Theory, Harmony,, At Orderly Roomi, Point Nepean Road, Cheltenbham, and at " Dalkeith," Cent;e Dandenong Read, Cheltenham. Terms on application. J. R. Valentine A.\RPEN PE R, BULlTDE t and CONTR ACTOR Beaumarls E tisimstetdt Prepared. T. Yuille Studio : AVOND.UI, AVETNU, CHELSEA. Photoiraphic Portraiture, Oil, Water Color and Pastel Appoiutments made by !etter promptly attended to. Beaumaris Hotel, (Under new manag-ment.) J M'LAU...
A HUMBLE BEGINNING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914
A HU BLE IEGIONNING. -------- Australia now con'ai!:s ehcut 90 million sheep, and thi annual vluea of the pastoral industry exceeds t0 million strrling. In 'yOw of thil, it is interestin to turn to the br'gin of the merino sheep in. New South Wales, where the pastoral pursuit had its origin, In 1803, .Captain John Macarthar, who imported the tbrat m riros to Australia, was.on a visit to London, and he delivered an address before a .meeting, over which Lord ;Hobart presided. "I consider it my duty," he said, "respectfully to represent 'to His Majesty's Ministers that I have found from an experience .of many years, the climate of Now tcuth Wales pe culiarly adapted to the increase of fine wool sheep, and that from the unlimited extent of luxuriant pastur ages with which that country al.ounds millions of those valuable an'mali may be raised in a few years with but little other expense than the hire of a few shepherds. Th. spcclmens of wool I have with me have boon in spected by the bes...