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POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

POULTRY NOTES (By LEGHORN) r The following is an account of how an American built up a profitable business for himself. This should be equally possible for an Australian, . What I have to say upon the subject of the building up anc maintenance of a prolific egg-laying strain of fowls is mainly historical, and the conclusions drawn are based mainly on the trap-nest records. In the fall of 1907 I equipped' a pen containing fifty pullets with the Cornell trap-nest and kept a record of the eggs laid by each hen every day for the year. The difference in egg yield between these heirs was so great that I decided to pedigree all my hens acrd breed only from the best layer.j t ing only maloes whosoe mothers ~ adeirecords of over 200 eggs in 305 days from their irst eggs Acting upon this decision, the summer of 1908 I built a house for 500 hens, equipped it all throughout with trap-nests, also putting trap nests in the houses I already had, which made room for 700 hens, all trap-nested. From ...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

G. C NEILL, (Successor to HIi. NEIL) gDOAPER J1A?IN ,Tr 41l'l, )t I ,'I) I0C ApLchl ,cuctiors in P.D. ad lratilis /'orsria Ep r.il u rues in ]h3tl;irg Gowns L ):hlun.es, Blo ,.as, Mercery lo .nt ....d Shc ' (iradeiS Wia!en f,," 'J ','-i J. W. Webb, Fatally Butcher, MAIN 8T., MOIRDI LLOC ~mti Goods a peclality Families waited on for ordera 5 fv~r of your recommendat!es respoetfully solloited Phone 46 Chel 'omato Sauce Ask at all Greors fo the noted Brand "Tom Smith's." 3fta and GOODn Phone Chelt 20 Mr W, SPOONIER * Wlithvnle Road, ASPENDAI141 iHas the highest qualifications an Skeeper, and is prepared to keep esmen's books, attend to corres once, eto., from Cheltenham to kston. Charges moderate. Mrs SPOONER Opposite New school, khool requisites, stationery, 1luaedashery, boots, drapery. Orders promptly attended to. Chas. H. Brain, aRpmnter and Bulldero, WIMBOURNI AVENUEB, OpfOLOMA wU asiet,, Additions Repsire, dte. .Mdmt .e Sinnt, W.f.auth, J. Hart, hr, ,te. (eloe station). Chelsea. ...

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

The National Mutual LIf® Association I NOTABLE ILLUBTRATJ'd Of T3 NON-FORFEITURE PRINOIMIPL A polley was taken out by Mr Wm. J. Edwards, on 1st December, 181, and ?e L the premiums regularly up to lt eember, 1887, After that date he paid no further premiums, The ofiee advanced the unpaid premiumue out of the Surrender Value, and kept the policy nlu full foret ntil the death of Mr Edwards on 1th October, 1891. The positlen of the pellioy thek'.s, Sum asunted,. ,,', ,,, ' *) Bonuses added to Polley *todatoof deagth :.. .. .. 0 Alj, 6 6' - Leas Premhims .and Inteetq advaenced by the Assodoa tion out of the Surreader Value of the policy .,. 54 1 Amount handed to Widow. ef deceased . . ' ga Athough only 6 years' presuna. wt.s paid, the policy was kept in force for 10 years, Slbhe above is e-published uas a st arlking example of the benefits to be obtained by abauring in the National Mutual Life Aisa. dation of Australasia Imitcda AESIDENT A;QEN r+ WM. BROWN t,} ANPj HARRY BROWN Oholtonha...

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UNITED SERVICE. CHELTENHAM HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

UNITED SERVICE. C1JELTENHAMI HAA,. On Sunday afternoon a very large auiience attended at the above hdll to j in in a united service, organisdd 1n the firt instance by the L,O.L, No. 23'. Qune outstai.diug feature bf the service mentioned was the unit;i of the members of the choirs of the various protestant churches through out the district, joining in the sing. in.; exercises of the day, givhng. practical illustration of what .union of the churches would mean, if even from a singiug-point of vie, only. The question of cardinal points of church worship were cast aside for one day at aiy iate with very satisfactory results, The sing- . ing was excellent, the various parts being well blended and ,balanced, whilst.the pxpre'ossion put into the I two anithiems is worthy of special I m.ntio'zf. The conductor, Mr W. Clayton, had his combined choir well in hanud, and the audience joined heartily in the popular hymns c selected for the occasin.,. A, large f itrmib r of the members of the lod...

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GROWING AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

'GROWING AUSTRALIAN , INDUSTRY. , Although Australians arc provrb a. 4i9 mea treating patJonQ,:. st?tistic?ai . to 1how that they, holA their own zq the. matter of cereals asp,.l The otal amount of Oce cpnsumerI in tpe Conimionwealth, per njonth , tte:uates troni 1 ,230 to[ 1,500 tons-th- ping equal to half a pound per ' d, month, ori 6th, pt"' head per' anui, for the entire pbpulation, It is not surprising, therefore, that rice milling is rapidly .beconting'u important industry in Australia, The' ,argest, and most up-to-date ,bstAt ishment for the preparation 6f this popular foofi 1 in Sydney, owned y, C. G. Watgcrp .apd Qo,, and,.kaQwn r.as the Puritan Mills, ,'ile spills are a model o( sanitation apd cl:al: ness i electric fa? ?ep the air opy ing, "and di?dtion ans reimove All iht air, and absorb the t'rritating tiut which takes' such 'a heavy??i of ti-a tive life every year, 'i ?the' Eastlbrn mills. . : ' n' 1 I Australia:. reelv.3u' its rice in itho raw form, known , Paddy;, t ...

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

BUTCHERS. J. W. Perrin, Chelsea, W. C. liimpstead, Heatherton. J. Webb, Mordialloo. A. Poynton, Mordialloo. Paioe Bros., Mentone. H. Hewett, Cheltenham. J. Beazley, Clieltenham.. A. Marks, Carrum. M. L. Ward, Carrum,

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BUILDERS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

BUILDERS, Eta. J. H. Jofferson, Brighton. W. Grundy, Montone. J. Williamson, Chelsea. W. Adams, Mordialloo. F. H. Powell, Chelsea. G. and A. Coates, Cheloea. . C. Brain, Chelsea. E. Downton, Aspondale. G. R. Iodberg, Irighton North, J. R. Valentine, Beaumaris. J, W. Jones and Sons, Mentonoe. t *. ii art, MeiloU.e L . rtwts field, Cheltenham E. Rattscn, Mluone

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

BLACKSMITHS. A. Guest, Chvltonhlain, R. J. Mitcelill, Moiitouo. A. Iforsffdl, Mordialloo.

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

Poultry Farms,*~~Is C1 a is ~vntirg for suitable Plcpllrlies, or Vacant Land, fi 1 Ilalf-an-.Acr'e Upmulds. Wet adv'itaiso had dri u L,1)I iti ) itlgptCI. al ~d. is~ons Supejtvi; d. 'AuciloIM Arranged. Ydia, rind Cm 'If Ih; s ac F. a1 Newton, Es~ate Agnt Stret, lMo-rdialloc 'Ifeiephun: i~r (2t I~rd in. RO SE B9401ROS., . ý;.FURNtIiSINO UNDERTAKERS.-_ CHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM. ('it8r Ccttd in. eriA EIt~1ii t'it imii. 'Ccri pp ,,.. TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM ExdHNAGE...... J. H. JEFFERSON 'a J EI pI 3EV 1 C IF .A 1 " BUILDER and CONTRACTOR. ALL BUILDING MATERIAL AT MELBOURNE .......PRICES,. Special Lines GALVANISED) IRON TANKS. AGRICULTURAL DRAIN PIPES. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. Point Nepean Road, BRIGHiTON. Telihone 140 Brighton. -heor's a hit o'luckl '* Read this through-- You'll think so, tool r" Telephone 66, Local Exchange. - ABBOTT & MASON, GROCE fY, DwRAPE, (DWhY ViODUCEI Mentone Parade. MENTONE (OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION) THIS MAN IS YOUNG AT 58 YEARS, He is a VITADATIO • - M an...

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INVESTMENT IN AUSTRALIAN ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

INVESTMENT IN AUSTRALIAN ENTERPRISE. The investment of British capital in Australia is always an inte'esting stud3; because from the first the de velopment of our country has been al most entirely dependent on British money-either in the forms of joint stock enterprises or of direct loans to the States. The year 1893 represents the acme of British investment in Australasia, when 400 million of capital was re presented, Since then the decline has been slow, but steady, until now, when it has been diminished by 27 millions. The land and mortgaoe companies which at one time were popular among Brit'sh investors, have shown the greatest aecreas.e, * A large number of companiese, which deialt with this class of busincss h we" lately .. wound up their concerns andl closed down, Since this decline of' foreign capital, a new growth has taken place in the amqunt' of Aus tralasian capital availaIbl for local investment. Formerly only a very sall minority of the capital used by State loans and ...

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

l. BOOTS. mY. Matthews, Chceltunhaui. J. M. Gilmouir, 1Mordialloa. -- SuII~'lflvn MetVoljlOIO

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. , BAIKEIIS. '. T. D:.?,I n, Cur, un G. Roso, Cheltenhamn. W. Oillespie, Mordialloo. J. Hart, Chelsea. J. Rennie, Montone.

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

SADDLERS. R. Maxwell, Cheltonham., F. W. Hunter, Chelsea, TAILORS. J. Tainsh, Mordialloo, A. Rankin, Mentono and City. D. Romain, Fitzroy and Chelsea. E. Hammo6nd, Cheltenham. UNDERTAKERS. Rose Eros,, Cheltenham. F. Powell, Sandringham. WOOD & COAL. J. J. Fisher, Cheltenham. J. and C. Caudwell, Mentone. GENERAL. Chaff Works-J. L. Smith, Blentleigh. Motors-Motor Garage, Cheltenham. Pigs-Griffiths, Cheltonham. Saw Mills-J. and C. Caudwell, Mentone, Tomato Sanwe-Tom Smith'.. N Nursing-Nurse Clayton, Mentone

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

PHOTOGRAPHER. T. Yuille, Chi:lfa , S PRINTERS. "News" Office, Cheltenham. ' Tel. Choltonham, 21. POULTRY, J. Anderson, Mordialloc. PICTURE SHOWS. May's, Mordialloo. , Wilde, Cheltenham

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, July 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, July 20th, Present:-President (Cr B1 J. Ferdinando) Crs Soudds, White, Kelly, Brownfield, Smith Marriott, Mills, Shields, Eggleston, Small and Burgess Owing to the Secretary (Mr A. R. Fordyco) being away on his annual holidays, his duties were taken up by Mr A, C. Smith. Prior to the minutes of the previous meeting being confirmed, Crs Brown. field and White both spoke of co.r rections to be made in the minutes as circulated, The remarks crested a certain amount of j oalarity, but at the same time they deeimed it essen tial thatthe alterations should be made. CORRESPONDENCE, From Mrs A. B Angwin, Sand. ringham, complaining that for the past six months, she had been en deavouring to secure a site, for a bathing box, but so far had been un successful. Insp, ator Butler reported that the applicant made application for a site before the construction of her house Was commenced, and as the regulations strictly provide that the house must be started before ...

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

Notice. I beg to notify the residents of Chelsea and surrounding district that I have started as G(ENERAL CARRIER All trains met, Address your parcels and goods to my care, aud thereby ensure safe and speedy delivery. W. Dougherty, Chelsea Mrs. A. Bartlett, WOODLANDS DAIRY, ARGYLE AYENUE, Chelsea. lBEGB to notify the publio that shem ha Mw opened a DAIRY at the abo?v iO. Fresh Milk delivered twice dally Cream always on hand F. W. Hunter SADDLER Opposite Station, CHELSRA, Harness repaired promptly. Best material used, Moderate changem, F. H. Powell, Builder and Contraotor, Hlouuse Painter and Signwriter, Contracts taken, I stimates gives Local Agency of Guardian Assurance Company. Berry Avenue, Chelsea W. T. GILLESPIL BAKER AND COFEiCTIONER, Mordlalloo Telephone 16 Cheltenham Boat hr."+,, ,w., S:ra'i 'looda dlirvered daily tlrou.l'h alt Murdialloo slid s irroundiag du,,tricts, Heatherton Butchery I hive na v comrn ne'wted busimo OLD DANDEONGi ROAD. HEATHERTON, All melt supplied, is o...

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THE TRAVELLED AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

r'iE TRAVELLED AUSTIRALIA' -----._+-_____ Australia's pnasefnger rervice 'n; : cently lost the patronage of two important lince in the withdrawal of the Nu:th Gorman Lloy:l, and t' Messageries Maritimes from active participation in our trade. Should this be taken as an indication that the taste for travel is diminishing is Australians, the deduction will be erroneous. In spite of the long distances which separate Australia fronm the Ol& World, representatives of our land are constantly and perpetually met with by the wanderer. The American. Maims, by virtue of his trans-Atlan tic rush, to be the most travelled an in the world ; while the English man claims to hold the palm by rea son of his wider peregrinations over unsettled and savage lands. Certainly the American trippers Who visit Eng land are far more numerous than the Englishmen who flock to America. Sitill, the fact remains, that on the world's outposts where scientific i?n vestigation may be pursued, or big game shoo...

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A Trip to Buffalo [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

A Trip to Buffalo By Mordialloo Residents Quito a large number of persons made up a party to visit Mount Buffalo recently. The trip occupied a fortnight, although some did not stay for quite that period, The visit was voted a most enjoyable one from the point of view of social intercourse but a portion of the party had a try. ing experience in endeavouring to arrive at their destination, Careful enquiries had been made prior to their depatture at the Government Tourist Bureau, in the City, and judging by telegrams and correspon. conce the whole of the arrangements were perfectly complete. The per. tion of the rarty referred to, how ever, found that the arran.ement were not as compl to as were aatici pated through no fault of the Govern meut Department referred to It appears from reports that everything went satisfactorily until the party arrived at Poropunkah on the Fri day night. It kad been arranged, that the thirteen were to sleep at that town that night, and coaches were to come...

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Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914

Federal Politics, Au advertisement appears else where with regard to the annual meeting of the Mentone branch of the A. WN L The meeting takes place at the Reoreation hall on Wed. nesday, 29th inst., at 3 p.m. The speaker for the occasion is Mrs Mcss. Musio and refreshments will be provided. Doubtless, daring the ourrenoy of the meeting, decisive action will be taken wioh regard to ensuring a solid vote for the league's representative for Henty, Mr J. A. Boyd. A pub'ico meeting is to be held at Mordialloc on Thursday next, when current Federal politics will form the topio of a series of addresses. Amongst the speakers will be Mrs Bolitho, of the Central Executive, Hon S. Mauger. one of the Liberal canodidates for the Senate, and Mr J. A. Boyd, who is at present wooing the women of the National League, with a view of seourinq the selection as against C.l, R. A. Crouch. A meeting, of the Chelsea branch of the P.L.O. was held on Thursday last. There was a good attendance of members, Ml...

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

OURSE LVES. On Wednesdy night a number of business and public men of the various townships in our territory assembled in the "News" Office on a visit of inspection of the enlargement and improvements recently offeooted thereto. The improvements include an additional 80 feeton the previous premises, two commodious offices for the editorial work and staff, an ex pensi e, up-to-date printing machine and a number of smaller printers appliances of great service in handling priinting and newspaper work exped itously, During an interval in the proceed ingq OrR. Mills proposed the toast of the "News", in the course of which hie mentioned that. the paper had been in two or three different hands since its inception, but with indifferent suecess in each case. He was pleased to note the vast improve ment that there had been in the paper and i the business generally and he knie that those present would join him it gratulating Mr Ould upon his ucoes,, The establishment was now of considerable siz...

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