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Cheltenham v Carrum [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
Oheltonham v Carrum A very frieondlygame' was played at Oheltonhlam last Saturday between the above mentioned teamn ('arrm were minus the services of Newbold Milsom and Androwvs, but made a veroiy deceunt show against second team on the list. The first half tjrey could not got their stride, but for the re. mainder of the game they gave their opponents a good run for it. Cheltoh?uam players and sup. porters are requested to catch the 1.42 p.m., train from Mordiailoo, as the 2-33 will be too late.
SPORTING. Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
SPORTING. Football Notes. .loorabbin last Satuidey expected to win agaiust Iloorabbia Park but were disappointed, the scores were 9020 to 4.2, the matoh was feported to be some wvhat rough. * .* * Heatherton had a friendly game with Blck Rc)ok last Saturday, the final scores . elag:--Black Rock 22.20 against Heatherton 3,3, ' * * * A concert has been artanged to take place at the Dinwley Hall onAt August, in aid of the Heathherton club, The Austral Vaudeville Troupe will supply the programme. * 0 0 Moorabbin journey to Black Rook to. day. The team will betelected from l)Dawson 2, Byrnes2, Rolent 2, Lynch 2, Stone, Styles, Smirh, Ajani, Scadds, Stevens Osborne, Ijailey, Ryan, Gi!es, Green, Wheeler, O'Hearne, Dalton, Cayton, Scaulai, Drags lave Moo? ab:in at 2 30 sharp' The semitfinal mat h between Elsternivick and :.Iordiilloc is to be played at Mentone this afternoon Me Kinnon is t4 'ct as central unm) pire with Messri Mackay ,nd Urek as goal umpires. $e, The final match in the "B" ...
Dandenong Market. Tuesday July 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
Dandenong Market. Tuosday July 21st. A haivy y:lTdirg of milkern r,*' bptiugors, and takiug it all roand .rices were mlno1 easier except' for choice cowa, some (f the prinipsi prices being ?s follows:- Geo Ke". 4 to L1ii 2 6d. D. McLel, I at L10 5a. D. J. Bouike 6 ft(d LI 5.. Gsio Lheman 3 I, I11 7, e t? ler en it 8 i2s 6d. T. )4a1igan 4.to 1,7. S. Kingeon I at LI,0 5s. W., H. G, di 'r 3.?0t 49 5 ' Springer;:-. D. J AIuike 5 tpL9 2 6d G. Aider Son 1 nai L6 17 61. 'T. ShieYds 1 at L6.15s Stole.s goo,( de mand, Pips. Back fatters prime L5 18e. -bacon I Fe'v f, I,4 Gi ,fdipm to 78;' light to .3, heavy prk 46.; to 48s. light w his .37s to '93. Calves B! si-p. 1:i heavy making to 42s mediums 2Ss to 20s light 188 to 22s small 5s
MORDIALLOC GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
At ntreltinp of whe lady nssocistes Mrs G. i l: R.;s w, s ektctd pres ident ind Miss Cook hon. seoiet-,y. It w'. '"r.-ir'rl Ih;at the lad on abh.lld iin aiu visiting tctlu: at afternoroin te The ladies were asked to sekolt heo colors of the club, but tlhe fiinl deci.ion was re ?ervd until the colors of the metre. I'olit?u elin a were know.'. The treens are being" damaged by the stoack, nl d it 1.as been dcoided to fence them in. To-day there will hie a compt tition for a trophy pres ented by Mr P. H, Phillips. Last Saturd'ay a large number of mem btrs tcolo out cards to compete for .the n on hly mndal. Tlhe best ceid was reilrned by C. F. Johnstone, nith H-onet score of 70. I,. F. Gibso)n'; 85, was the best gross card. 'he best cards were - tGross Hdop Not C. F. Jo!ntione .... 106 36 70 I, F. Gibson ... 85 18 72 T, "oN,. illar ... 110 36 74 E. K. Ilding '.. 96 .22 74 lF J. Nwion ... 91 13 78 G. H. Pagers ... 91 '13 78 D, Giff ', ,.. .87 9 78' W. C. 'ugpen ;... 102- 22s,80 B?. IJ ide...
TELEPHONE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 July 1914
L41LI1I10UNL GUIDE '60 Abbott & Mason, Montone, 11) Akwouk, It., Ilminmaris, 10 Allendale Stud Furm, Mentono, 68, Alnutt, 0. T., Choltonliam. 102 Arness, R, li,, Chultouhiihr. 158 l3uldorstono, J. rp', Mentoiio.. 80 Butilautyno, J. 1AE,, Miordialloo. 48 lanrnott, W. H., Moorabbiji, 240 Iinaxndale,"'A,, Mordiallon. 235 uinvjngtun, S., Mlordiuulloa, 6 1 toaumaris I lotol, lioziunrnris, 157 J3oav'is, 0. IL, Moorabbin, 155 Boazloy, J., Choltonharn, 1.70 'leok, J. T. D., Bhick Hook. 1900 Beck, Vio., Black Rock; 111 Benovolent Asylum, Chelt., 1?4Y:Billings, W. M., Carrum. 100 Bingle, Mrs. 11. C., Sandring'm. 91M Blishop, F. C., Chelsea. 183 Black, A. HI,, Snudringham. 178 Blannin, A. L., Nlack Rock, 177 :Blencowe, J. R,, Montone., 108 Blyth, Mrs. E, F., Sandringham 224 Bradshaw, E. H., Montone.o, 10 Bridge Hotel, Mordialloe. . 97 ?Brlgidino Colvwent, Mentone. 171 Brown, W. J. C., Sandringham. 2b0 Buchan, R., Montone. 91 J'Burioughs, R. J , C?rrum. 28 Butler, J., Cheltenham. 239 Ca...
THE FAM US CHAIN LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
THE FAIM US CHAIN LETTER -------- Slsteen years or so ago, a m.ln nnamd Gritlin, mayor of a small town in New South Wales, started a ch in letter in the name of his dauhllt(r, with the idea of endowing a hospital with the proceeds, The plan was to construct a 180-link chain by M1l u Griffin writing to three of her frieind and asking them to send her ten ulied postage stamps, and alo ankinig them each to write to three of their friends to do the same. 'Ihoe ildea wn eventually to sell the cancelled prn,. tage stamps received to a u'.amn dcaler for re-sale to collictaor, rniid to use the money thus gaiaed for the hospital. The first threo reclpleit. numbered their leotters No. 1, thU second nine numbered thelies No. ', the third twenty-seven numbered theirs No, 3 and so on, With the one hundredd na olghtleth multiple, the chain was automatically to cease. But the originator evidoenly went into the matter wholly without con sldoring tho results of thin arlthmeo tlcal prolgreilon, An tl...
THE FARM AND DAIRY. SUB-SOILING WITH EXPLOSIVES. SOME PRACTICAL HINTS ON THEIR USE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
THE FARMI AND DAIRY. ·---+-- SUUB-SOILING WITH EXPLOSIVFS. SOME PRACTICAL HINTS ON THEIR USE. It is well to realise that land is ought or leased according to its aurface measurement, and if we pan rucceed in making the under-soils icontribute a share towards the pro duction of better crops, we are add ing to the producing area of our 'arms in the most economical way lossible. Land is getting very dear on the surface, and to get the best 7ossible returns per acre we must, rn all our stiller soils or those un cterlaid by "hard-pan," break up thi sub-aoile to allow the roots of the 7lants a full range for root growth. F'arming by dynamite has caught on in the United States, and is spread ing throughout Canada and Mexico like a prairie fire, It seems a strange way of making the ground bring forth its produce in plenty, but there is no getting away from the fact that it acts,. Doubtlessthe man who tried the trick first and mot with succOss was quite in the dark as to why it suc ceoeded. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Poultry Farms - s*.lwe Clients waiting for suitable Properties, or Vbcant Land, f om Half.an.Acre Upwards. \Ve advttise and drive buyals to inspect. Sudivisikns Supervisnc, Auctions Arianged. Villas and Cottages To Let F. J. Newton, Estate AgentMain Street, M ordialloc 'a iephone St ChehtehIam. - -- - - -~- - ,. ROSE BRO.S., A?_-.FURNISlilNQ UNDERTAKERS,-.... " CHARMAN "ROAD, CHELTENHAM. Funerals Conducted in any part of the District Coaches Supplied ..... TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENUAM EXCHAI?G...... J.H.JEFFERSON '"I 3 2&lt;! I "BE Piv E E.E BUILDER and CONTRACTOR. ALL BUILDING MATERIAL AT MELBOURNE ..PRICES... Speclal Lines GALVANISED, IRON TANKS. AGRICULTURAL DRAIN PIPES, GRAIN AND PRODUCE, Point Nepean Road, BRIGHTON. Telehone I4o Brighton, S ay ! ,(. .. ... ...: .... -hereos a bit 'luck!! - Read thlu ttlough. . You'll hisk co, tool Telephone 66, Local Exchange. ABFOTT & MASON, G-e~neralS Mt,~ er:C hants150L8 " "irect TMPORt E,9 G¶ioCER Y, ThAiEi Y', I).A l y i Th PRo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Sam Bavinton, Cash Grocer, Next Poset Omo Low Prices - Qulok Delivery J. Dyall, Che Corner S$hp Family Grocer-- utter, Eggs, Cheese and 3Baono a specialty Orders caldledl for and delivered promptly CZleplbon¢ lhlt 245 DAVE WHITE, The Live ESTATE AGENT, HAS F.R SALE~- Allotments, Business and Residentii Sites, Beach Frontages, Houses and Villas of any size and 'price. Easy Terms Arranged, Call or Phone Chelt, 117. Seaside Allotmeats and Acres for Sale. Small Deposits and Long Terms, SMALL & EDWARDS, Estate Agents, Auctioneer' aid Sworn Va uer, and Insurance Agents Houses built to suit punrchasers, and re.payment taken ic rent, It will lipay you to consult us beforebuilding, Building Sites available in every Street in Mentoije, Mordialloo, Aspendale Money advanced on mortgage. Srilall sumas advanced on deposit of deeds. Those wishing to sell are adviqed to send us particulars and a speedy sale will result, Tel. Chelt. 47 A c~srnr of t'as M?'ine Room at the "News" Office. STAFF...
The Progress of Mordialloc [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
The Progress of Mordialloc VL WHI·a~: t·· \.·: ·::: ' * r A: *r .Ckt·; *'·M. &i·C MVi: b::·L~"~·: Fb: r,·.;: ·*,j v : ~: '* * uJE\ I1 MIAT\ S'PUEEI UUSE-60-e YI"AtiR OII.I ME'r1IoD~aT Cuuucii is a cottage for the accommodation of the officers in charge, The Church of England have at the pre. sent time a wooden struoture whioh is far too small for their require ments, and proceedings are now on foot for considerable onlargement thereto which might eventually moan a new Church altogether. The Roman Catholic Church authorities some two or three years ago erected a very large wooden building of most striking appearance. It is used for Church purposes, and also for a day s:hool, and we understand that the attendance has increased so rapidly during the past twelve months that the structure is already too small, The financial condition of the whole of these Churohes are in a flourishing position, so far as Church finances generally are, It seems to be a plan, wise or other wise tha...
MORDIALLOC v ELSTERNWICK Mordialloc Defeated. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
MORl)IA)ALIOC v ELS'TERNW ICK Mordialloo I)efeated, Exit Nlordialloo, Exit Cheltenham 'il?'he'se two teams at the seaside end nf Ithe FIederal Assoola?tion radius may now carefully lay their knickers and guernseys away for another season so far as the junior grade is concern. ed and set their thoughts to hauling forth bathing costumacs for the glor. ious recreation of stirring the golden sands of the beaches and cleaving the rippling waters on the edges of Port Phillip Bay, ,It was a delightful day last Saturday, when the above teams wet on the reoreaton ground, bMetone for the purpose of deciding the honor of contesting the struggle for final supremacy. Elsternwick gained the verdict by a fewpoints. There was a very fair attendance and the ground was in good ordtr but we' cannot say that the convenience3 were all that could be desired for the team that have the dressing room away from the Rink. This fact is mentioned, as the rear is plainly visible from the etreet through the picke...
SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
SANDRINGHAH. At the police court yesterday a man who gave the name of Percy Campbell was committed for trial for the larceny from Mr Hunt of jewellery valued at ,~12 17s, The house of a well-known San, - .rngham resident,. Mr J. Milla., ftatheer mrsuen anj t'ieooarn," cot . of Tronrthem streetasd S?indringhaa . rosa, was broken into some timiie l?.t Sunday night by burglars. TLo thief apparently h·ad an easy job irs carryng out his scheme, as the house had been uncoup~ed since the 20l~1 inst. Mr Nicholojo, a contractor who lies nett door, was puzzled s~ finding on his' verandah early on Monday morning an open deed bow, bearing the name 'l?ohnt Miller,"''a.d with thii he journeyed to the police station.' Senior-Constable McCarthy, on visiting Mr Miller'is house, found that all the doors and windows, ex oepting tihe kitoren window were fastened. This window had appar enuly been closed, but not secured, From here muddy footatarks were traced inside the house to the roon. where the valu...
RIFLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
RIFLE NOTES The Oheltenham A.N.A. fired their first match in the A.NA, at Cheltenham last Tuesday against Glenhuntly branch. The game was very closely contostod, tho sorring being very even thereat. The final result, however, was that Chelten. ham won by one point. The gener.l meeing .of the Chelhnham Rl;fle Olub is: to'be held at the Miniature Range on the 6th lilst, at 8 p n, Veiy important busitlness is to be disoussed and the executive desire a full attendance of members,
The Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
The Matches. OARRUMI v MOOI ADBIN PAfRK There was a good deal if local interest displayed in this match whioh took place at ,Carrum last Saturday, although neither. seem to have much chance of securing a place in the first four partiouliirly the Park The weather appeared to be made for the occasion as far as the spectat. drs were concerned, but.it was rather warm 'for the plae.is, Ihe team were as follows:- Cartrum; Graham (Capt.), Davis ., Howard, Hart, Wells, Johns, 'ardiner, Rowe 2, Stewart, Milsom, Andrews, Mossinug ton, Mills, Hensham, .Thomas. Moorabbin Park; Roberts (Capt), Morsison, Bennet 2,.: eale, Beaves, Stone, Highett, O'Neill,. Sanden, M?uloahey, Beulke,. George, CuOnthbert Green, Shaw, Barnett, Reynolds. Both sides had trouble in omplet ing thdsir teams, in consequenoe it was 3,45 pm, before play commenced The home team led off straight away W, Davis marked well in front but his kick was a failure and only regis. tered a behind, More smart pay follow, d in which Andre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
ANNOUNCEMENT! Off to Panama W. .W, SCOTI'S Gomigl I Departure Reducing Prices to Glear AVj IIG decided to visit the Panama Exhibition at ban Francisco, also ZEngland, I1 am offering stock at reduced rices. Take Notioe Nlagnificent lot of INDIAN GAME ex libilion Cockerols and Pul' s ANAL'UhI.ANS, the I . of Aistralia on show and breat ing steol, WVHITIZ PI.YMIOUTH ROCKb, the Ideal General Porpoec Brud All bree -l ing and show birds tul rare type, size and quality, WHI'TE INDIAN RUNNER DTUGICKS, the popular egg nuchinus of the day; sit in full Lrofft, 15/- per head. LT.ots to mellcet require ments AYLESBURY AND P'K[N DUCKS A very choice lot of Mammoth specimens, W-ITE OiPINGTONS - Absolutely 'fresh blood A few oetcted hene Now is . .lib`.Oiypportunity, ft i" ' ,porirl'keepers to T ncure izesh blood frcm strains purchased personally in England during my lunst tI'r. TI e chance mnay never be offered again to bvlect new blood on the spot hly departure for Pannra i has bien lixed for :i1 ...
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION, A special mneeting of the Assoola. tion was held at Mloorabbin on Tues. day last, the principal business dealt with relating to the Junior semi final matches. The Secretary report ed that on going through the registrations of Chelteuham players he could not find the names of Barr and Downie. The Oheltenham dele gate produced his duplicate registra tion sheet shcwiig tha: Downle's Uam, had b'oi ;'r.t in and h btated that the secretary had been asked to register Bart but had napp:sntly omited to do s,'. The delegates decided to fine the Cheltenham oltb 10s for failure to comp'y with the Associatlion iules The president stated that on qnettioning one of the Cheltenham players it was found that his name was Boyes but that he had been regkitered under .the name of Downie, The delegate explain.d (-' th lip layer oir rea?opnsa(of his. o6w had given in the name &f Dow nie for reglstratiomi; this explanation was nccepted. In connection with the secretary's report...
POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
POULTRY NOTES (By .!EGHORN) On Wednesday last, Mr Rintoul of the Department of Agriculture delivered an address on "Poultry Keeping" to a largeind appreciative audience in the Mentone Recreation Hall, Councillor Kelly attended to represent the Shire Council. The lecture had been arranged by the Meutone Literary Guild, which .is to be heartily congratulated on its enterprise in securing a lecturer like Mr Rintoul for a subject which is of interest to so many. Mr Rintoul first showed how profitably poultry could be run as an adjunct.. to wheat farms, dairy farms, orchards and nurseries; pointing ot tlhat for orchards they were pariticularly valuable, the man ure being highly nytrogenous and good for the fruit trees, while the birds keep down the grubs that are such trouble to the orchardists, The lecturer said that it was far better to start with a few good birds of a good strain, than to launch out with a large number of inferior sortrs sad the beginner could then gradual ly build up...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Football Notes. Club secretaries are asked to note that all duplicate registration sheets must be handed to the seoretary of the Federal Football Association at next Tuesday night's meeting, Thle Mentone Club is holding a Cinderella dance in the Reoreation Hall tonight. Girouds string band will provide the music and a big attendance is expe'cted. The best playc·:s for ,lentone" last Sturday were Morrf, Jo,.es, Town. send and Denuison. Othors who helped the side to victory were Coventry, Marshall, Franklin and Warrener, Moutone leave by 2 38 train for Chel enham and expect, to bring back some of their oppnents with them to attend tie dance to. night as advertised.
CONFINEMENT VERSUS FREE RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
CONFINE'AENT VERSUS FR]EE RANGE?, Do not think that if you oann6t give your birds, free range it will not pay you to keep poultry. There are many objections to free range birds. They have hidden nests and you do not get the eggs, They pick up all sorts of food, much of which is not fit for them to eat, If they find anything dead they will eat it, This is apt to produce limbhrneck which is caused by the maggots eat ing through the giz zard and some times the intestines. ,This with the p!okings from 'manure heaps does not add to the flavor of the egg and is a positive detriment to the birds. They will drink any kind of wattr no matter where itis and many times it is from a filthy pool in the road or field. Then the fr9e range bird takes on too much muscle, and when cooked is tough and stringy, There with other objections make one feel that after all the confined bird is better. Give your birds the kind of fdod and drink that they should have, and they will produce sweet, clean eggs. Y...