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Municipal Elections MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
Municipal Elections MOORABB3IN, Up to the time of writing, no fur ther developments have been made public regarding the August elections Cr. Kelly has apparently given every satisfaction during his past term of office as one of the represen tatives of the South riding, as no aspirant has yet announced himself For the West. Messrs Flarrant, Grace and Anstee seem determined to have a three cornerel contest, whilst for the North, only the retiring candi date has been mentioned, For the East riding Messrs Macartney and Castles are actively engaged in inter viewing the electors, the former is advertised to speak at various places throughout the riding during the onsuing fortnight.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value ofyour own property by buying locally. . Every article at City prices. Circulating Library, . . Iatest Books, ],ioensed to sell stamps. . Telephone, Oheltenham 75, 2 Agent for all the best make of Pianos, Experts advlc' : .... Food Choppers or Mincing Machines are Indispensable in the kitchen We sill them-the best and most handy kind, ofleonrsee-the UNIVERSAL Size 1, Ss 6d , Size 2, 6s You'vo been premising yourself one for a long time-BUY IT NOW THE OLD STORE THOMPSON & CO., wiUh a (0HAS. H. FAIRBANK) REPUTATION FOR NEPEAN ROAD, " QU?L TY' Phone 04 Chelt,CHELTENHAM. FOR SALE. 1ORSE a;d ACATT(rE RUGS froi 4X3; H Tarlpaulins lunbbmr Coats, any uality, any prie Savo 2s in the ,', and buy fron'illth Market Gardeners' Associa ion ANAltlEi,-A lovely pair, brmeding ca?e and rest compl-to ht the lot SCranford," Comoan parade h , MLontone, NE-FIRE stove, oheap.-Whitnhead. 0 ¢Jntr. Danlnougll ad, (lt...
DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
DANDENONG. For the North riding, Or Burdon's term expires, and Mr J. Hatty, of Springvale, intends contesting the seat. Cr W. Rain, the retiring coun oillor for the South, intonds olfering himself for re-oelection, This gentle mran has for the past few days, been seriously indisposed, but hays now recovered suffiolently to attend in a ourtailed fashion, to his numorous businoess and municipal affairs.
DOMINIONS' HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
DOMINIONS' HOUSE. While in Australia, Earl Grey has, oeen urging the claims of his scheme for the esatablishmont of a Dominioi;e House in London. lMr. Cook recogniseo the favourabh points of the idea, but thinks that at the new Commonwealth Buildihga in London are now in course of erection it is unlikely that any action in the mlatter will be taken by Australia.
ESTATE AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
ESTATE AGENTS. E. Lesasing, Chelsea. W..P. Fairlam, Cheltenham. Small and Edwards, Mentone, D. White. Mordialloe. F. J. Newton, Mordialloo, W. E. Looker, Mentone. R. W. Wilton, Aspendale, M. S. Lannan, Mentone, Callaghan and Co., City. W. A. Towler, Chelsea. -
THE AEROPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
, THE AEROPLANE. The exhibitions of flying?,given by iir. Harry. Hawker emphas s.s 'in a marked 'ay Auatralla's d stance from the centres of knowledg, and science. Before the marvwllous Ilights which we have lately had the op,:o.tunlty of watching, no r.an;i'iale r)sLlt has eeron seen here of one ol the most drama tie,eventful, sucaes. ful, yet tragic ef forts of mankind, . Hart and Hammond certainly de monstrated in some slight degreethe wonders of aerial motion,. but s;nce then, the advances made in the work of harnaessing the air to man's ser vice has been almost fabulous. To gain somei slight idea of the many mile-stones which have been passed in the aeronaut's progress, we hive only tq look back to the first attempts made by the Wright Brothers. A few years hack their aspirations were regarded indulgently as idle dreams, and their enterprise,. enthu siasm, and devotion to science as fu tile and foolhardy. The latest news of the surviving brother is that he has perfected a "fool...
FRUITERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
FRUITERERS. S. Stephens, Mentone. J. R. Bond, Chelsea. 0. Chapman, Cheltenham. GROCERS, W. S. Smiley, Mentone Co-operative Stores, Cheltenham. W. J. Foreman, Cheltenham. Thompson and Co,, Cheltonham. Abbott and Mason, Mentone. J. M. Gilmour, Mordiallo.e, Mrs. Woods, ITighett. 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, Cheltenham. "HOTELS. F. M., Seudds, Mentone. M. Hill, Mordialloc, J. M'Laugblin, Beaumaris Royal Oak, Mentone, INSURANCE, National Mutual, Melbourne. Phoenix' Co., Melbourne, Guardian Co., Melbourne. JEWELLER. S. Bennett, Choltenham. LEGAL. M'Phers?ion end Kelly, Cheltenhbitm R. Greene, Cheltenham, H. C. Price, Montone. T. Baekhense, City. LIVERY STABLES. J. A. Fletcher, Aspondale. J. Murphy, Cheltenham. P. Kane, Aspendale. MEDICAL, Clements' Tonic, Sydney. ' Vitadatio, Melbourne. , MILK. . Kismet Dairy, Mentone ' A. E. Ople,...
Egg Laying Competition [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
Egg Laying Corn petition The following are the results for the week ending 11th July, of the leading pens in the various egg lay. laying eompetitions : BURNLEY The fowls competing are of light breed, and fed on wet mash. Name Eggs for Total to week. date J. Gill ... ?? 3 ... '431 E. Lawson .,, .26 ... 405 J. West ... 27 ... 383 R. H1ay ... 27 ... 380 H. Stevenson ... 21 . 366 F. Brook ... 21 ... 351 H' Brown ... 22 ... 350 ' A, Simon ... 80 ,,. 348 S. Dalderson .,, 19 ... 344 F. Pettigrove ... 22 . .342
THE QUEST FOR OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
:THE QUEST FOR OIL. The Government of South Atistra. lia is to be congratulated on having aecured the services of Dr. Arthur Wade, to report on the probability of p.troleum being present in payable quantities in the State, SDr. Wade's report as to the rich oil fields which exist in Now Guinea is likely to greatly aid the work of sattlement which is proceeding there, The oil wells are described as being like those of Borneo and Burmah that is, surface springs, which are much' more easily utilised than the d:ep-seatcd reservoirs of the Cauca cue and of tIexas. Many hopes have been no'urished as to the presence of oil fields in South Australia, at Kangaroo Island, on the West Coast, and along the Coorong. The black bituminoius substance js believed by many to be a natural residuum of petroleum after it has been exposed to the action of air andl water; but so far no one has peen successful in tracing it to its sqiurce,. A bnus of £5,000 has lately been offered by the State for the disco...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN Robertson ... 46 ... 667 T. Barron w w ... 50 ... 65, T. BTrron ... 491 ,,; 648 R. Pope ... 51 ... 641 W Purvis ... 58 625. Marville P. Farm 34 ... 566 India,,, ... 32 .., 556 H. Woodhead ,. 29 ,,, 552 Broderick Bros. 52 .,, 546 W. Purvie ... 26 .., 546
Skating Carnival at Mentone [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
Skating Carnival at Mentone On Saturday last a very suOncessfaul carnival was held in the Mentone ' rink, whitch was largely attended and thoroughly enjoyed by thi larga number preooent. The new ::;Lnager, :lr H.V.?ays, had evidently spared no expense in the decoration of the huge building, which presented a, charming appearance, the decoratio.s boing most artistically arranged and o'nsisting of wattle blossom and titree which showed up to great effgect. The pr izes were won by the follow iu,:-Most graceful lady,Misis Eaton, m?ost graceful gent, Mr Penny, most original costume, Mr. S. Wood man, (Butehoc boy) Most Comio Coos tWine, Mr. V.. ~ullivan, Charlie's Aunt. loet drus;ed lady, Miss Bouchard (Mario .ntonettae', Best ;,el skater Miss 1K. Dempsey, Mile haudicap raca H. l]rntick t .iro wore ten st:Lters in that raeoo,th time of thoeo.iafual competitor was 4 minutes 43 seconds Most graceful couple, E. Dalmpsey and M. Delves; worst skater, ?Mr 1., Sullivan. Mr A Ball, of Melbourno, ...
BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
BENTLEIGHI The Euchre and Cribbage Tournar mer.t in connection with the library has come to a conclusion. The prizes after a veiy exciting finish, there being a tie for first place went to R. Austin 1st, D. Larman 2nd, and T. Walsh, Booby. The Oribbage resulted in H, Hollis securing 1st prize, and W. Anderson 2nd. Some amusement was caused over the booby prize, threejhaving to play off for it. C. Judd proving the winner The Tournament as it was intended to do, has been very snccessful i. popularising the library.