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

DRAPERS, H, Foreman, Cheltonham. Miss Shepherd, Mordialloo, Miss Noill, Mordialloo. Abbott and Mason, Mentone, Richards and Co., Melbourne. Mrs. Spooner, Aspendale.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

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Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY W. Thompson .. 80 .., 3117 Utility P. Farm 30 ,... 288 G. Berthusinier 33 ... 281 W. Swift 3O.. 0 , 247 IM. Doyle ... 30 ... 250 A. Smith ... 27 ... 241 Marville P. Farm 25 ... 237 A. Fastum ... ,24 ... 229 J. Ramage ... 31 ... 225 Spotswood . .. 21 .. 223

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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BUILDERS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

1 IILIJIS',Pv` .EtOc. J. EI J llu lvon, i13i ldton, WV, GruLity,: ?Moutoitb, J. IVillia n'uu; iliolsea. W.. Adanli,.h lordialloo F. H. Powell,. Cllel ea G :and A ( ontosi "Chelseis a, . 0. -R':ain, etliorgi `'13ea ghtoi==Nort I i "J. R, Valentine, Beantmarie, J. W. Joties and Sons~i enitone; 0, Stuart, ]eiitoue 'G. Brcattefiendl CMeltene iam ·E, " Mattsolni lentone'

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Egg Laying Competitions [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

Egg Laying Competitions The following arA the results for the week ending lit'i July, of the leading pens in the various egg lay. laying oompetitions : BURNL Y The fowls ompoeting are of light' breed, and fed on wet mash, Name Eggsafor. Total to week date J. Gill ... ;1 ... 398 E. Lawson ... 30 ... 379 J. West .. 29 ... 355 R. Hay ... 30 ... -35 H. Stevenson ... 27 ... 345 F. Brook ... 25 ... 328 H' Brown ... 29 ... 330 S. Dalderson .., 26 ... 325 F, Pettigrove ... 26 ... 320 A. Simon ... " 32 ... 318

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

BUTCHERS. J. W, Perrin, Chelsea, : . W. C. Bumplteadi; Heatherton, J. Webb; Mordialloo, A., Poynton, Mordialloe, Paioe Bros., Montone, H. Hewett, Cheltenham, J. Beazley, :Cheltenham, A, Marks, Carrum, M. L. Ward, Carrim,' '

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

TH?E'EVELOPM J'r" OF THE iN rr'enf1 TERRITORY The Royal Commissiog wvhlch was Qppointed to inquire into the gii,s tion of railwLys and poprts in the "N"orthern Territory, has prepared two comprehensive stah.nmn s which -hould prove ilvaliua')l to thosi en gaged in formulating a s.ttl-,,,u: policy, Unfortunately 1h Commi: osonors were limited for, time, ard ,o were obliged to forego an ,Insapc tion of the Barkly Tabl.lands anrd the Victoria River Country--tbe..t ',q. tracts which show. the .grcatCst tracts which show th3 gruatest amount of development, and where the, pastoral industry is mot 'exton sively pursued, . This being p,' the (Icmmlss!onors do not feel ju'.ul l.d in expressing' an opinion, on the egfl cultural future 0f the Tcrr.ttory, a n sideled .in relationship tob rfil'.?ay policy ini the coastal 'division, '~ So far as possible 'produilc's ani '?oncornl d, the report leaves nothin; to be dishred. Most, if not..alllthe tropical products may he grown, an l there is rracti...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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CARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

CARTERS, W. Dougherty, Chelsea, i, Crawvford, Oheltenham,

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN Robertson ... 50 .., 621 T. Barron w w.., 46 ,.. .606 T. Barron ,.. 47 ... 594 R. Pope ... 9 ,.., 590 W Purvis ... 48 *.. 572 Marville P. Farm 40 ... ' 532 India,,, ... 42 ...,, 524 H. Woodhead ... 33 .. 523 W. Purvis .,. 41 ... 520 Broderiok Bros, 49 .. 494 A Dudley resident had a unique experience with a young calf which took sick recently. Nut having the nooeessary veterinary 'knowledge, the lady applied home remnedi;s, consist ing of drenohes of ginger tea and cas. tor oil, As these did not have the desired effect a massaginu with ouca lyptus was resorted to, and the calf still lives.-"Powlott Express." WhJn doing business with an adver. tiser, please say that you saw lda adver. tisomlnnt in "The Nows." It doesn't cost Jon anything, hut it materially helps toe advertisius and ourselves.

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

C. C. .ý .. -1L, (Suc:es:or to H. NDLIL) L RAPEi; MIAID ;57FE.ETI InORD'AIL.OC SBcial teductions in P.D. and \ antill. Corsets '` Epccial valuea In Paltl irg cwns Costumes, Blouses, )ierery BUOtS nnI !iot 5 o rders takenFor Tents, J. W. Webb, Faalily Butcher, KAdIN 81T., MODIILLdOO all Goods a sp eellaty !amilies waited on for orders 't favor of your recommsiendation respcctfully solicited Phone 46 Chel ITomato Sauce Ask at all Grocers for the noted Brand "Tom Smith's." cwup& and GOOD o Phone Chelt 20 Mr W. SPOONER T Xdithvnle Road, ASPENDAI,1 Has the highest qualification. as RBookeeper, and is prepared to keep ludesmen's books, attend to corres pondeune, etc., from Cheltenham to rankston, Charges moderate. Mrs SPOONeIR Opposite New School. School requisites, stationery, aberdashery, boots, drapery. Orders promptly attended to. Chas. H. Brain, Cappintes and MuiIdop, WIMBOURNE AVENUE, OIIELSBA Altrations, Additions Repairs, et. Estimates given. Wells sunk. p.-.=-- - J. Hart,...

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How To Encourage Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

How To Encourage Farming. Do you know that the country in terests are being saorificed to those of the metropolis, and if so, do you not think some stops oaght to be taken to counteract the political influenc? of the people o{ Melbourne? Action? should be taken at once, as every month's delay will result in the political interests of the centre be coming relatively stronger and more difliclt to overcome. The Goverament Year Book shows that in the census decade which'end oed in 1911, this State only increased its population by 10 per cent. Unsatis factory as is this small increase when considered as a whole, it is very much worse when considered in detail. The County of Bourke alone secured an increase of ... 99,878 and the other 36 counties only ... ... ... 11,808 whilst the shipping popu lation increased by 2,524 Increase for whole State ... 111,210 These figures reveal a most un healthy condition of affairs, ani should receive the immediate atten tion of all who wish the State to ...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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WHY BUFF ORPINGTONS ARE PROFIT MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

WnUI BUFF ORPINGTONS AR1 PROIT MAKERS, If you cater to the' fancy of Buff Orpingtons, your "discards" are worth more in the market than they cost, If you aim at egg production, your drones (marked hy the trap-nest) yield a profit when placed in the junk pen and when age creeps upon yonr layers and many become nest shy twelve of them weigh one hundred pounds, Buff Orpiugtons pay from any veiwpoint, the profit will be rhat you make it. The old breeder who has cast "crumbs upon the water" is perfecting his choice-has it well perfected--and is seeking oustom in many markets if his selection is a popular variety, business is good and more shillings are rolling in than are going ci t. If a mistake was made and a hard selling variety selected one little, or too well known, a sunburst of bus!ncss may never flood his front porch. A last summer's hat or one that everybody wears, can only be disposed of on the bargain counter. But to the uninitiated, the man who just now is measuring himself w...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

POULTRY NOTES" (By I1IEGHORN) t. ý ti." Rveryibody likes a chickei.h Some prefer it ready to berve; others are attracted to some particular breed or variety by its rarity.,'A few desire to intensify the desirable qualities and eliminate all that .is bad in the bird of their choioe by dev.loping as near as possible a perfect specimen, a model. until the style changes again. But the big army of poultry. men, those tkat make poultry breed ing and poultry keeping -a business ninety five per cent of the men and women who right now are placing orders for equipment, supplies, st"ok fencing and buildings, who are sur voying runs etc, etc., have an entire ly different thing in mind, i.e. the return of the original outlay, the overhead or operating expense, depreciation of plant and a fair re muneration in wage for the investor, These people are in business as food producers, they produce poultry and eggs for market, but they also realize there is a realm called "Fancy", where large sums are ...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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ESTATE AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

ESTATE AGENTS, E. Leasing, Chelsea., W. P. Fairlam, Cheltenham, Small and Edwards, Mentone. D. White, Mordialloc, P. J. Newton, Mordialloo, W. E, Looker, Mentone. R. W, Wilton, Aspendale, M. S. Lannan, Mentone, Callaghan and Co., City. W. A. Towler, Chelsea,

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

EDUCATIONAL, Herr Foller (singing), Mentone, Miss Caudwell (piano), Mentone, High School, Mentolne. Miss Robinson, Choltenham.

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

FRUITERERS, S. Stephens, Mentone. J. R. Bond, Chelsea. C. Chapman, Cheltenham, GROCERS. W. S. Smiley, Montone Co-operative Stores, Cheltenham, W. J. Foreman, Cheltenham. Thompson and Co., Cheltenham, Abbott and Mason, Mentone. J. M. Gilmour, Mordialloc. Mrs. Woods, Highett. F. Shepherd, Aspendale. Mrs. Ewins, Aspendale, Service and Elliott, Brighton. F. J. Jones, Chelsea. F. Bishop, Chelsea, State Stores, Chelsea. HAIRDRESSERS. W. Dorney, Chelsea. C. Bennett, Cheltoenham, HOTELS. F. M. Scudds, Mentone. M. Hill, Mordialloc. J. M'Laughlin, Beaumarls Royal Oak, Mentone, INSURANCE. National Mutual, Melbourne. Phoenix Co., Melbourne. Guardian Co., Melbourne. JEWELLER, S. Bennett, Cheltenham. LEGAL. M'Pherson and Kelly, Cheltenham R. Greene, Cheltenham, H. C. Price, Montone. T. Baokhouse, City. LIVERY STABLES. J. A. Fletcher, Aspendale, J. Murphy, Cheltenham. P. Kane, Aspendale, MEDICAL, Clements' Tonic, Sydney. Vitadatio, Melbourne, MILK. Kismet Dairy, Mentone A. E. Opie, Chelsea. A. T. ...

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

INDr'ý- TO.-ADVERTISERSI - BAKERS, R. T, ]h . a G0, Roso. (laltonhain. W. Gil'el~v, .ltordit11oa,' J. Hart, ''lIUa. in~' J; Rennie, Slkaitoaze,

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

SADDLERS. U, Maxwell, Cheltenham. F. W. Hunter, Chelsea, TAILORS, J. Taiush, Mordialloo. A. Rankin, Montone and City. D. Romain, Fitzroy and Chelsea. E. Hammond, Choltonham. UNDERTAKERS. Rose Bros., Cheltenham. F. Powell, Snndringham, WOOD & COAL. J. J. Fisher, Cheltenham. J, and C, Caidwoll, Mentono. GENERAL, Chadf Works-J. L. Smith, Bentleigh. Motors-Motor Garage, Cheltenham, Pigs-Griffiths, Choltenham. Saw Mills-J. and C. Caudwell, Mentone. Tomato Sauce-Tom Smith's, Nui enlg-Nurse Claytou, Mentone

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

PHOTOGRAPHEIR, T,. Yulle, ChelFea PRINTERS. "News" Office, Cheltenham. Tel. Cheltenham, 21. POULTRY. J. Anderson, DMordinlloo. PICTURE SHOWS. May,'s, Mordialloc, Wilde, Cheltenham

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SPIRITISM IS DEMONISM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 July 1914

SPIRITISM IS DEMfONISBM BY PASTOR RUSSELL, Text: "The angels which kept not their first estate, but left their own habi tinn. He hath reserved in lasting restraints under the thick darkness, for a judgment of the Great Day" (Jude 5). The angels succumbed to the leaven of sin, which was first introduced by Batans pride and rebellion, and was continued and increased by mans dis obedience and fall from Divine favor. Some might be inclined to ask, Why preach about the angels and their fall? Why not rather confine our consideration to man? The an. swer is that man's fall had to do with the fall of the angels, and that since then the fallen anivgl have had much to do with man's further perversion mentally, morally, phylsirally. St. Paul was not in error when he declared, We wrestle not with flesh and blood [mecrly], but with principalities and powcrs-wicked spirits in high posti tions (:)ph. vi. 12). I am aware that some who hear and many others amongst the millions who read my sermons in...

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