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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

CARRUM. At the meeting of the combined sports, and management committee of the recreation reserve on Satur day night it was decided toatnalgate for the purpose of improving and making ready the oval The follow were elected office bearers:-Ohair man, J. Thomas; vice chairman, H. Steel; secretary, H. Thomas; assis tant secretary, T. Heffernan; trea aurer, 0. W. MoLetin. The use of 30 horses and drays, and the nece.s ary implements for grading of the oval, has been promised, and the work is to be comimeaced in about a fortnight, In response to the ?uplication made recently for £100, from the Parks and Gardens funds, Mr Downward MI, A. has written to the effept that hlie will do all in his power to have that amount allotted. Great interest is manifested in the toinis olub conversazione, which is to take place on Wednesday even ing, in the Mechanics' institute, Cards and other games will be in dnlg;d in, followed by dancing, from 10 p.m, to 12, A successful oentertainment is anticipated....

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THE GRACE OF GOD FOR ALL MANKIND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

lT HU GRACE OF GOD 'OR ALL .. MANKIND. BY PASTOR RUSSELL. Text: "The grace of God which bringeta salvation hath appeared for all men" (Titus 1 ii 11). SAs Bible students hvo find it more and Wnore neceestry to study the Scriptures ,.iscrimuinately. , We flud the Bible con. itinually setting be. fore us the high ptuMdard of Divine Justico, and also the fact that D)ivine ?ove has provided Inmre' oir ithe sinner ihrou ih the efliincy of lie HIedeemer s pacrifice, hitherto. [PASýfOR RU5SEl.l. however, God's peoplel have unw'ittinigb narrowed down the grmae of God anil linilmisell Ci wori'l of (''it a nd the lli arsy of th,' red?mpti'e sa ri'.ire hy awssert in,; that all the bilessings are for the Church and none for the world-that they are for the present age, and that with its consunmmation all hope will expire, and the world, the non-ueleet, will sullfer to all eternity, without ever having tasted of the grace of God in Christ.withont ever having come to even n knowledge of that provi...

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CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

' CHELSEA. The formal opening ,of the new Ohurch of England takes place on Saturday, slet prox. At 3 p.m, the service is to be taken by the Rev. J. H. Frewin, MA, - (brother of our worthy townsman). This minister is fairly well known in the locality, as he was previously stationed at Mlentone, and it was whilst he was in charge of that par. ish that he had supervision over the district of Chelsea, although it was then really no township at all. A special feature of the occasion will be musical items by the choir of St. Mary's Church of England, North Melbourne, at which . Mr' Frewin acted asoonductor for many years, and whose reputation as a body of singers is second to none in the State. At 7.30 p.m. on the same day a concert is to be held in the church, the same choir contri buting the musical portion thereof. On the Sunday following special services will be held at 11 a.m. by the Rev IL. H. R. Croker,' and at 7,30 p.m. by Rev J. H Frewin. On the following Sunday the Sunday school...

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TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS WEEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS WEEKLY COMPETITION Ten Shillings Prize Special 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 seleoted, We allow a margin of three poinrs uncder or over, In the event of a tie the money will be divided, Any number of votes may be sent in. The coupon relates to next Saturday's matches, not to.days, I"OUPON FOR AUG. 1st Federal Football Association From the list of matches to be played on the 25th inst., I consider . ................................... ........ ............ team will score the highest number of points, and estimate the score to be .......,:.. .,. poinets . Postal Address ".... .: ..... . (To be sent to "News" ofloe by 10 p.m. next Friday), (See elsewhere for fixtures for 25th) POSITION OF CLUBS, Senior Grado CLUB Played Won Lost Drawn Points MIDDLE BRIGHTON. 13 12 1 0 48 CHELTENHAM ..... 12 11 1 0 44 CAULFIELD ,,, .. 18 9 4 0 36 ...

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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

ASPENDALE. The ball, in aid of the local fire brigade, organised ad o'rried out so satisfactorily by Mrs Hopkins and her committee of ladies, early in May, was such a great success that the State school committee decided to solicit Mrs Hopkins and lied coin. mittee to organise a similr.r function in aid of the school, with a view of completing the piano fund, towards which they had £18 in hand, and raising suflicient to also. secure ai sewing machine, The sohool cgm mittee are to be congratulated on their perspicacity, for the function was undoubtedly the most success ful ever held in the district, from all points of view. The only circum stance that in any way interfered with the evening was the insufficien cy of foar space. To have had a sufficiency for the comfort of the dancers, much wiore would have been required, and judging from the ex pressions of opinion on the matter that the sooner a much larger hall is erected the better it will be for the progress of the place, The ladi...

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AUSTRALIA'S TRADE EULOGISED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

AUSTRALIA'S TRADE EULOGISED. An enthusiastic tribute has b en paid to Australasia's commercitl progress, in the second interim r port lately received from the Domi nioni's Royal Commission. "The trade position of Australia and New Zealand is remarkable, and in some respects unequalled," it reads. "Separated as these countries r re from the rest of the woild by an im mense expanse of ocean, and divided as they are from the principal mar kets to which.. they rend their pro ducts, and,.. from .wli'ch they draw their supplies, by, half the rcircumfer once of th3'earth, they have d3velop ed an external trade which, measured at the amount pDr Jpa')itent, ran" a with the oldest, the richest,,and the most conimorclal countries of tb3 world, . "That so great a trade shbotld bays been created under such geographical conditions Is a strikin; proof of' the energy, industry, and comr.ere?l, ability of the people concerned, The dependence of countries , so situated upon,. shipping faciliti.s and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

Co.operative Stores, NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone Cehe?tu:h:m 18 Special Purchases for Cash this week "000 Bags Oat Hulls Truckloads (from Zoo to 240 bags). Delivery local railway station Is Bag, Spot Cash At Store, 50 to too bags, i/i bag ,, per bag, 1/2 CASH PRICES No 1 Star Branning 2000 Standard Bag, Truckloads (about 14o bags) Delivery at [.cal railway station Spot Cash, 2/9 bag Note: No. i Star, not No, 2 At Store, so bi l1?k, 2/11 bag. Single bags, 3/3 CASH PRICES 1000 Bags No. 2 Branning At Store, 50 bag lot:, i/u bag Single b g CASH F R ."S Barley Meal (. ton, 1 ton lots or more) At Store xad bushel (7-bushel bags) At Store, per bag, i/- bushel CASH PRICES Pea Meal (Good for fattening ducks, pigs,.ete,) At Store, (- ton a ton lots or more, 7 bushel bags, i'd bushel, bin. gle bags II. bushel OASH PRICES Shareholders make a further profit of 5 per cent on account of their dividends, Non ?lhreholders make a further profit of 2t per cent by the same means. The dividends apply ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

NOW is the Time OT To.morrow, or EXT Week, E Print your Local VT Paper. liO we do your Local i Printing ? We can do it. We have Sthe Plant, the Staff, the Brains, the Machin ery and the time. VERY ITEM NTERED Here XEGUTED Billheads Ciroulars, Tickets, Counter Books, Dodgers, Programmes, Memos, Labels, Posters, Invitation, Wedding and Ioreavement Cards, Envelopes, Letterheads, Illustrated Book. loets, Visiting Cards, Balance Sheets, Receipt Books, Legal Forms, Eto., Eto. In fact, anything where the combination of type and Printing Machinery is re quired. WEANT WVORK Out' Premises have lately been larged, our machinery in ased. Fine Printing Presses now at your disposal, in dition to other machines, ich will enable us to execute your work exIpeditiously, OMETHING PECIALLY riNSIBLE--... . All inquiries promptly an swered, either by letter or telephone, designs sub. mitted. All we want you to do is to ask us to call, we'll do the rest, exoept paying. You have to do that part of it. Tele...

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Temperance Notes Contributed. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

Temperance Notes Contributed, Unfortunately the evil effects of small quantities of alcohol are not so generally known as those of large doses, but it has been proved by, practical experiment that even small quantities taken for a brief period re} sult in a sensible lowerirg of the mental capacity for work, increased excitability, and a decided tendency, to automatic Instead of voluntary action.-Prof. T. S. Clouston, M.D, Spend your one precious life here well. No second opportunity. "All the crimes on earth do not destroy so many of the human race; or alionate so much prosperity as drunkenn'ess."-ILord Bacon., "I have four good reasons for. total abstinence-my head is clearer my health is better; my hMart is lighter; and "ay purse is heavier." -Dr Guthrie. "No day is commonplace if we only had eyes to see its tp'endour, There is no duty that comes to our hand but brings to us po; .bility of kingly service." Lord Coleridge, at the C. rdiff Assizes, addressing the jury, said: "I cann...

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

Terribly Tempted. A S1RIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. OHAPTER XXI. What of Lonore? P Whore had siho vanished to? Her actions were all perfectly .consistona and rational, She called a cab, told the man to drive to a joweller's, and there sold her ring. She was quite calm and resigned; sihe know what she had to expect, and there was a strong philosophy under lying her passion and feehling which made her accept her doom in all resig nation. Hardness and injustice had been suddenly infused into a life so fait and swcet-L seemed impossible it should have so blacj an ending. Hard ness was, however, not unknlown to her. Few had ever shrunk from wounding her, andj still fewoý had over studied her mterests, comforts, or desires, ' Colonel Stainer had not been, striotly speaking, an "amiable" man, Without her romantic devotion, she would have found it difficult to have supported his tyrannies, but she had always fancied affeootion underlay them. Well, our delusions are always plea sant, while the...

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STATE OF THE TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

STATE OF THE TIDES. High tide for the ennsuing week will be as followe: Sunday 1029 - ... 11.5 Monday 11.41 ... - Tueiday 12.23 ... i.8 4Wedlanda " c .52 ':.. 2.33.. . Thursday .. 3.0 ,. .3.41 Friday ... 4.9 ... 4.24 Saturday ...4.58 .., 5.17 Low tide can be estimated at about half way between the timesa mentioned on any one day. ChSATURDAY JU 25, 1914News SSATURDAY., J"ULY 25, 191.4.

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87 HOURS IN A BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

87 HOURS IN A BALLOON. A Gorman balloon has landed at tr i , in tjiasla, having travll\&, withauta stop from B:ttoefiel, a'dil. Sn' o of 1,740 milos, It thus liebats th" wori!d's record. hold. by M. Blonalme; the French, bhallpQonist, whose longent flight wase 1,491 miles :Thlo .liallho ' ,was altogether 87 hours in the air

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CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

CHELTENHAM T Readers are finally reminded of the Concert, and livin, Waxworks to be held in the Oheltenham Hall on Wednesday 29th inst. A splendid musical programme is being pre pared, whilst in the living and mov ing waxworks will be seen such old friends as Ally Sloper, Mrs Grundy La Ponpee, and Simple Simon. The waxworks are said to be wonder fully amusing. The proceeds are in aid of St. Matthews Organ and Choir Fund. At the Police Court on \Wednes day, John Ul[louey obtained a pro hibition order against Joseph Maloney, such order covetring a period of twelve months. Senior-constable Lowry, the newly appointed police officer to take charge of this district, was cordially welcomed by the justices at the sitting of the court, on Wed cusday. HI is a man of consider able weight, and of jovial appear ance, and these facts caused brief but interesting reference. As will be sooeen by advertisement elsewhere a eachro party and dance is to be hold at the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday n...

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AUSTRALIA'S DISTINGUIS ED VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

AUSTRALIA'S DISTINGUIS ED VISITOR. -----+--- Earl Grey, li'io Ilia friend and co vorker, the:late Cecil Rhodes, is that rare and precious combination-a dreamer and a man of action, Springing from an 'ancient, notable, am:d Empire-building line, much of his Imperial aloofness and 'broadth of vi.ion is due to his heredity, His sin gularly inipai'tial a'id iinbiased judg ment ia responsible for some appa rent irnconsistecie:z--whic.h neverthe less eniphasise his strength of mind and' straightforwardness of purpotte, Although'a IAberil in liolitics,' he 'sl capable 'on occasion of supporting the Conservativeo'; a Freetrader,' he yet' can lend nn attentive ear to the preferential- policy ; a temperance 'oa' votate, yet' he assisted in the forma tion and control of a public-hou i" trust;.an impassiconcd leader in th, yeac. conference, still hI was aP'hh to .riiprort and advocate ths Boer V'a'." All th.'3, and many Esiilar sBrminig inconslatencies :'how"y'fl ,iht Tnrl' (h: '; essentially a...

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MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

MENTONEd.;; A somewhat startling but very successful innovation was introduced at the euchre party in the Mentone Reoreation Hall, last Saturday night, in the shape of a fine string band of nine performers, who supplied do lightiul music for the dance under the leadership of Mr A. D. Giroud, oonductor of the Moorabbin Orches tra. The dancersistraigtaway in duced the committee to arrange a Cinderella Dance for next Saturday, the string band to dispense the necessary music. The Euchre Tournament prized were won by Miss D, Giroud, and Mr 0oyne, whilst the boobies were Miss Prince and Mr J. Tonini. These euchre parties have been such a pleasant feature this season at Mentone, the personel of the gathering, and the manage ment generally being of a high tone, that it i., hoped the Mentone Foot ball Club will continue them for the remainder of the winter. A report of Mr Rintoul's 1.cture on Poultry Keeping is ;tnavoidably held over this week, and will appear In our poultry notes next week....

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MENACE TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

MENACE TO AUSTRALIA. The news of the probable indepen .Lca of the Philippine Islands, which has lately been issued from Washing. 01, is of very genuine and powerful aeorest to all connected with Austra ,ita. The controlling interest of Uncle 3Sam in this group of islands has been the great safeguard of the Common wealth; and the knowledge that America is on the alert to meet and hobuff any encrouchments which Japan or other Eastern Powers might see iit to make, has removed from our s'houlders a load of anxiety and re iponsibility. The history of the Philippines is full of incidents quite out of propor tion to the mileage which goes.to the making of this interesting group. Since 1521, when the islands were laimed by Magellan' for the Spanish King, their record has been one lng account of insurrections, invasio.as, and general misfortune, Under 8panish control the popul t clon consisted of innumerable pagan ti'ibes, .which waged incessant warfare 'with one another, and were kept sever...

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MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

MORDIALLOC. ----4** In our next issue, Saturday, August 1st, we intend publishing a special illustrated page, dealing with the development of Mordialloc. We feel sure that this will prove interesting and attractive to resi dents generally. Applications for advertising spaces thereon should be made promptly, either at this oflice or at Mr ,E. Bungey's news agency shop. Applioatlons should be sent in before Wednesday next, and at the same time we would mention that invariably on such oc casions a large number of extra copies of the paper are required and we shall be glad if such re quirements could be made known at either .of the above places men tioned, before Wednesday, 28th inst Attention is directed to an altera tion in the advertisement relating to Miss Shepheard's drapery store, A winter sale, extending over fourteen days, starts on Monday next, and residents would be wise in inspect. ing the bargains, and, wiser still, in securing some. At a meeting of the local band in the Mec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

Macpherson & Kelley Barriste's anti solliltors 237 COLLINS ST., MEL13OURNE LONSDALE ST., DANDENONG and at " Davontry," W4ATHIERL ROAD, OHELTENIHAM -_ .v. Mr C KELLEY may be consulted at Weatherall.road, Cheltonham, in the even. ing, or by appointment, Trust moneys to lend at ourreat.ratos A. SULLIVAN BOOT and SHOE iAKER. Rlipair nontly oetute i. Workmanship guarantoeed Right opposito Station, ChelIsea Miss .I. Muriel Robinson Certificated, Trinity College, Music, Lodondo ; Matria Cert, of London University Visits or receives pupils for Piano forte, Theory, Ha'rmony, At Orderly Rs mn, Point N-pear ' Road, Cheltenham, and at "Dalkeith," Centre Dandeuong Road, Cheltenham. Tectnu on application. J. R. Valentine 0A PTPIN PIER,, BUILDER: and CON i. ACTOR Beiaumarls E.,im Lr.i Prapared. T. YuiIle Studio : .AVONDALE AVENUS, CHEIhRA. Photographic Portraiture, Oil, Water Color and P:stel A*ppointmnt:,s mvde by letter promptly attoended to. Beaumaris Hotel (Under new manag:u.inut) J M'...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

MOORABBIN. The unfortunate case of Mr toevell has oreated interest through the township and district, He has been sufferinug for some time from creeping paralysis whi', hnas completely dis abled him, a eC urse prevented him from fol i.1; is usual avoca tion for son. time,?.~ The residents determitned to assist him in any way that was possibly in a publio nauuaer which they have done privately for some time, Arrangements were completed for a grand benefit concert to be held on Thursday the 30th inst A splendid programme has been ar ranged for this occasion, and most of the expenses in connection therewith have been generously donated. Mr Snowball M.L,A., has kindly con sented to take the chair on the oc. casion, and it is anticipated. that the attendance thereat will be very large for so worthy a object. Tickets were issued a few days ago, ,ad they were all sold up within a very brief period. It is quite possible that a re-sale of these will take place at an advanced rate or probably...

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. At the regular meeting of delegates held at Moorabbin on Tuesday last there was a good attendance of dole gates, Mr Mackay presiding. Um pire Lee forwarded his resignation, as he would be away from Melbourne for 2 or 3 months, this was accepted. Umpire Jenkins reported Bowen of Caulfield District team, for striking Mossington, one of the Carrum players. Bowen did not ateond, and after hearing the evidence the dele gates decided that he should stand d'wn for two matches. Considerable discussion took place on the umpire's report of the match between Middle Brighton and Carrum Messrs Kyd and Berriman moved that the score should read Middle Brighton 47-5 to Moorabbin Park aoals, this being the coal ump'ro' A tally when time was called, Moss:s Baraett and Hogan moved as ani amendment that the scores be Middle Brighton 1-5 to 1 goal, as these were the igurei, when the Moorabbin Park team left the ground. The amendment was carried, as it was shown that some of the offi...

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