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Egg Laying Competitions [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Egg Laylng Competitions The following are the results for the week ending 25th July, of the leading pens iii the various egg lay" laying competitions : BURNL?EY The fowls oompeting are. of light breed, and-fed on wet mash, Name Eggs for Total to week date J. Gill ... 31 ..,,., 462 E. Lawson ... 26 ... 4831 J. West ... 25 ,,, 407 R. Hay ... 27, ... 407 H, Stevenson .,, 17 ... 383 A. Simon ... 27 ... 375 H' Brown .. 22 ... 878 F. Brook ,,; 19 .... 369 F. Pettigrove, ... 21 ... 363 J. Sowadl .,,, 25 ', 360 BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY W. Thompson ... 29 ... 379 Utility P. Farm 29 .... 349 G. Berthusinier 27 .,.. 338 - W. Swift ,,. 29 .., 810 M. Doyle ... 27 ... 305 A. Smith ,,, 25 .. 291, M?iarville P. Farm 27 ;,, 291 A. Fastum ,,, 25 ... 279 J, Ramage ... 24 .... 279 S. Doyle .... 24 ... 2712 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. Robertson .:, 48 ,,. 715 T, Barro ww.;, 52 ,...708 T, Barron ... 44 ... 687 R. Pope ,.. 45 ... 686 W Pnrvis ,,, 45 . 670 Marville P. Farm 39. ,,,, 605 India,.. ... 36 .. 592 Broderio...
GOLF MORDIALLOC CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
GOLF MORD[ALL.OO CLUB The Club obhampionships will be played for on the 1st. 8th, and 15th. of August, three rounds of 18 holes. to give added interest to the compet ition it has been deo:ded to plary, concuriently, a handicap stroke oompetitlon for which thore will. be an entry fee. The trophy for the championship to be donated by the olub. Last Saturday a competition took place for Mr P. H. Phillips trophy which was . won by the captain with a net score of 70, Tho best cards were: Gross Hop1 Not L., F, GOibson 83 13 70 F, J, NoeWton 86 13 73 F, A, Lording 91 18 73 T, Mf'N, Nillar 109 36 73 Dr Foga~ty 102 27 75 V. Fothors 93 18 75 A. W. Vionne 87 7 so80 (, II. Rogors 93 13 80
THE PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
THE PLAY On the bounce the lads wenteager ly to iheir duties, a?.d ball, from the centre, was worked to the standing end, which was Elsternwick's objec tives, and there a fusilade com menced, and scores opened, Mor. bialloo added their quota, and again they were quits on the defensive, where Morris was fitting in some solid work, and incidenta'ly keeping tie goal umpire busy. Mordlalloo eventually turned the tables around the link way, but they were des. tined not'to gain anything by the movement, and weore again put on the dekfnslve. The.game was open and fair, and Elsternwick had all the best of it in the first quarter, as th)e result scores prove, ,Elsternwiek 3.1 bJordielloc 1.0 In the. endeavour to add, Ioorris sprintedwell up at the Mtait of the second term, but Mordlalloo intend ed to have ,omething to say, and went to the attack, and eventually Droop reached the opening from a free kick, Morris was playing a splendid game, and another goal was added for his aide (Elsternwick...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
CHUIRWI OF ENIGLAND. Oheltenhanu-11 n.m., Hdi,; Rev C. Crotty; ? p.m,, Mr Chamberlain Dingley-11.15 amn., Mr Chamberlain1 7 15 pm,, Roev C, Crotty Moorabbin-8 am,, HC., RHev C, Crotty 3,15 p.m., Mr Chamberlain Aspfendale,- 11 a,m,, Mr Kaythorpo Carrum--' 3,30 Roy L, R, Uroker Chelsea--) See special advt, Mentone-lla nm,, II.C,, Rev W R Cooling; 7 p.m,, Mr Shaokell Mordilallo-l11 a.m.,?Mr Macadam; 7 p,m,, Rev. W. H, Cooling Beaunmnris-3 pm,, Rev W, R, Cooling METHODIST. Moorabbin-ll a,llt, Mr Coomberr 7 p.m., Rev Fowler Bentloigh - 11 a.m,, 1ov Hadley 7 pm., Mr Pairbuk Cheltenhlam-- 1 a.m,, Student; 7 pm., Mir JMnmos MNrdiallo-- 11 a.m., Mr Upt n 7 p.m,, Student . Gtir V. 1 :~,ni, Mr Seriu;& 1 p.mu., 'Mr T'. %, ?.arriott Mentonoe-11 am., Mir 8eatrlo 7 p.m., Mr ' Korry Carrum-3 p,m, ,tudent Aspendale--li am,, Mr Snoll 7 pm., ,r Miller OhelsealHall--7 pm,, Mr Snell PRESBYTERIAN, Cheltenham-1 am,, Rev J, H, Hewltt; 7 pm,, soee special advt, Mentone-11 a,.m., Mr Dioksoni 7 pm., R...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. -Ivery article at City prices. Circulating Library. Latest Books. Licensed to sell stamps, Telephone, Cheltenham 75. Agent for all the best make of Pianos. Experts advice. FOR SALE. HORSE and CATTLE RUGS, from 4s . Tarpaulins Rubber Coats, any qua?lty,'auy prioe Save 2a in the ~£, and bey from the Market Gardeners' Assoola. ion - ORSE BOX and shed, conlubie-?dsit H able for romoval. Apply "South" p?ort," Bent street, Mordialloc. PONY, grey mare, 14.3, rising 6, pretty b oast, good traveller, Newton, Agent, Mordialloo. Phono Chelt 121 TiW welbred Muscvy dralces, large, seven months' old. " ? oonya," cor, S3wanston and Patty stro ta, lMentone DIANO, rioh tone, by Bord, in splendid Sorder. Mrs Ramnsay, "Rtvoenswood," point Nepean road, Mlordialloc ILLIARD and dining ttailo, 4, nearly now, cheap, J, Clemontson, Mentone WANTED. M I UISCOVY ducks und drak ell VI or ...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
MORDIALLOC. A report of the Bowling and Croquet Club's soolal evening is unavoidably left over until next week. A public meeting under the auspio es of the W.C,T,U. is to be held in the Salvation Army Hall on Wed. August 5th. Good speakers have been obtained for the occasion, these together with musical items and a coffee supper, should provide an enjoyable evening. The admission is free but the inevetable collection is to be taken up in order to defray the expenses. The Presbyterian Literarv Society held a most successful evening at their ordinary meeting on Wednesday last. The syl!abus item for the evening was a competitlin, wherein members were asked to define what in their op!oions was the best kind of sport. Every member was com pelled to name the particular sport which he or she thought best, In some cases elaborate speec'hs were given to support their contention, whilst in others the speeches were undeniably brief. Almost every class of sport was mentioned with the exception ...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
i, CHELTENIHAN. MrJ Macantney is advertised to address.ratopayers at the Mechanics Institute n tonight. The show committee met last Wednesday evening, and in the ab soneoo of the president, Mr E. T'. Penny, to whom a resolution of sym? pathy wab iorried in referenee to his reiont accidei?d, Mi G. lrowsnlield was voted to the chair. The chair man stated that the trustees of the reoreation ground gave the com. mittee its use the second Saturdayin November each year, also the two preceding dais and the following day. In the matter of changing the name of the society, Mr F. Moor house, in speaking to the motion, gave the information that should the society be registered as an agrieul. Itural snciety, a larger grant could be obtained. He instanced Daudenoug which had a much larger grant, while their entries were fewer The mstter was hold over for further discussion, on the motion of Mr J. II Butler, to comply with the rules that a general meeting be called It was resolved that snuch maot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Chelsea Shoeing Inlgc Corner Embainkment Grove. Alex Johnston General Blacksmith, Coachsmith and Wheelwright. Shqeing a speciality. Workman' ship guaranteed, A TrialSoliuiittd. Cheltenham Halrdresriug Saloon C. E. BENNETI Noted for cleanliness. Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Cigars, etc., at City prices. Pezois ?ctvrd atd set, i C. CHAPMAN ' (Bucoeor to Ip. M. Judd)* CHAIMA¢N BOAD aw anTI 11i a&CONFaIOTLON*R usae Vegetable anud ail iualt aison promptly aupplied4 $tst.lass Oonfeotioaery. ummerj Drlnks. A Trial Bolicited, G.& A.t CO~ATE~S 39UIZD4I8 mad8 COWJMCTOIDe988 TZfID~R muod ZROQ? MIULCUANTS. Chlsoea. lhdwj~h mint of the Best Quality. Tel, CUBILT, 155 SIPPON'S AILWAY EFRESIqMENT OMS , Meals at all hours, . Purvey?ef Angllss & 06'~? ma? llGoode Fresh Sausages diL OSha'rman Road, CHELTENHAM A. POYNTON Family IButoher, lAIN STREET, MORDIALLO0, Cleanlness, prompt delivery and good quality-these combined must ensure your complete satisfaction, Aall Goods of every...
DANDENONG. SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
DANDENONG. SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary Iheethiig of the above was held on Monday Iat in the Town Hall. The:TPresident (Or Harris) was in the ohair and there was a full attendance of a unoillors. The President before prooceeding with the business refer ed with re gret to the dea h of the teonsurer (Mr Young)and approved of the action of the Seoretaiyin writing a letter of sympathy to the relatives, CORRESPONDENCE. Frpm Commonwealth Bank of Australia Ltd, re loans to munici palities, On the motion of OC's Groves and Colenso the matter was left in the hands of the President and Seoretary to make enquiries and r'eport at next meeting. From the Country Roads Board intimating that Railway Commiess ioners had approved of the carriage at reduced rates of road making materials used on. contract works, carr ed out under the supervision of the Conntry Roads Act. Received. From the Country. Roads Board intimating that the Board had au thorised the expenditure of a further snum of ,£260 for main...
NEW USE FOR ROLLER SKATES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
NEW USE FOR ROLLER SKATJS There would be a rush of boys for employment if the suggestion of the "'Eleotrlcl World" was carried out and roller skates were supplied for use to enble employees to tra verse the distance of large ware houses with great speed. This novel departure is actualy in uoa with cousldorable success by tl'e Union Street Railway Comanuy, of Noew Poedford Mass,, USA. This company's store.room attendan's are fitted with skates to accelerate their movements, and they thus sp ve considerable time in getting at stcok When one of the men receives a Je quetst for materal at the delivery window, he skates back to the stord room containing the required artical, and promptly retsrns with it to the delivery wiudowv.
Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Dandenong Market. Dairy 0attle-A fair supply of mnilkers and sprlngors, but the de mand was not so keon and prices gen. orally rather easier. Best milkors L8 10s and L10 10s, extri to 4li i5s, good L7 to L8 is, others from L5 O10s. The followlug were the principal lots;-Milkcrs--Messrs T, MicGarth 1 at Ll 12s 6d. J. L. 'Pat terson 3 to L11L, H., 0 Gamble 2 to 10 15,, B. Eden 2 to L10 15s, Sel man IBros, I at LO 15s, ,'. EinseldRl 4 to L19 10s, W, Hussoy 2 to L9 55, A. Angus 6 to L9, WV. BrownfiJeld 2 to 1,2 15s, '., 1n Corrigan 4 to 17 17s 6d, Chopping Cows to L6 7s Od,store cows to L3 15s, poddles 21s to 30s. Pigs-A moderate supply, and late high prices fully maintained, Bacon. ere to L5 4s, best porkers to 58s 6d
Last Saturdays Matches SENIOR GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Last Saturdays Matches SENIOR GRADE. Win Pta Lose ' pts MENTONE . . .. 67 HEATHERTON ., .. . 21 CHELTENHAM ......43 CAULFIELD ..,,,, 32 MOORABBIN,, ..,... 76 BLACK ROCK ..... 38 CARRUM ...,....,, 42 MOORABBIN PARK . 31 JUNIOR GRADE, ELSTERNWICK . 159 MORDIALLOC 5 (Semi-final)
POSITION OF CLUBS. Senior Grade [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
POSITION OF GLUBS, CU ,Sunlor Grade O" LUB r lPlyod Youa L. ost J)Druawn Pl'oitu MIDDLE BRIGHTON , 13 1', 1 !o 48 CHELLTENHAM .... .13 12 1 0 48, CAULFIELD ...... . 14 10 4 i0 40 MOORABBIN .. ,; .. . 14 9 5 0 30 BLACK ROCK ..., .. 14 7 6 1 30 CARRUM .,,.,,, ,, 14 7 (i '1 30 MENTONE ......., 13 5 8 . 20 MOORABBIN PARK , 14 "8 11 0 12 HEATHERTON. ,, , 14 1 13 0 4 Junior Grade. GARDENVALEE 12, . "9 8 0 36 SELSTERNWICK ...... 11 ,6 4 0 24 CHELTENHAM ..... 11 5 6 0 20 MORDIALLOC... .... 10 5 S 0. 20 GLENHUNTLY ..... 10 4 6 0 16 ELLINDALE ........ 10 1 9 0 4
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
ASPENDALE. The monthly meeting of the Pro gross Assooiation is to be hold to. night. A 'ery exhaustive business shBlet wi 1 be placed before members, Every tijembor should makh a point of being present. Mr F. J. Shepheard has long felt the want of space in his business premises. " The great expansion of business has necessitted an enlarge. ment, so extensions have now been effected. The shop has been con. siderably widened, thus providing ample shelf room for his large stock., The display at present is an attrao. tire one, and we trust that his enter. prise will meet with even greater success in the future than in the past. We understand that the profits of the forthcoming bachelors ball are togo towards the tree planting fund The working bee formed by the members of the Progress Association to carry out tree-planting along the Main road, worked last Saturday afternoon, and to some effect, A very:large numbbr of willing helpers formed the bee, to ~ome of whom the work was really wor...
GLENHUNTLY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
OLENHUNTLY We bel'eve .that the district has arrived 'at that stage hlen it can support and maintain a Iccal paper and acting upon this belief we pub lish this week the first issue of the "f;l-nubntly News," For this week we have :distributed a very large number of papers flree of charge Orders for tile next and ensuing, weeks should be handed to Mr W. H TPriggs, newsagent. Its imperfections of course, are many under the oir cumstances, mainly because from a commercial aspect, and for the time being, it ian only be printed in con junction with other distriots. We trust however on the support of resi. dents per means of advertising and orders for general (printing, and if this is forthcoming to any rea asnable extent a comprehensive local paper will follow at an early' date, We do not ask readers to order the paper and pay their subscription for six or twelve months in advance, but we do expect them to fill in the coupon which will be found else. where, thus giving some evidence of p...
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
CARRUM. The Carrum Tennis Club oonver sazione, held on Wednesday evening, was the most successful sooial event of the season. Cr R. A. Colenso presided. Miss Ethel Thomas sang " An Old Love Dream" and "Roses" Both items were rendered in her usual good style. Mr T. IHoffernan disguised as a suffragette, sang "What Peroy picked up in the Park" and "Come and Hear the Gramo phone." His efforts to amuse were most sucocessful, A duet, rendered by Mrs Anderson and Miss Perry, entitled "Nooturne," was greatly appreciated. Little Miss T, Wennam, a baby of five years, danced a cake walk., Miss Perry's song, entitled "It was a Dream," was also nicely rendered. The accompanists were Mesdames McLean, MoETitreo and Heffernan. The musical programme was followed by a display of moving pictures, given by Mr McLean with his home biographi at the conclusion of whloh the floor was cleared for dancing. On Wednesday a deputation com prising Mr Keast, M.L.A., Ors Groves, Colenso, and the shire secretary, ...
CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
CHELSEA. -4--" The formal opening ceremony of the new Church of England take, place this afternoon at 3 o'o oak. Rev H, Frewin M.A, is to give an address on that occasion, and also preaches in the Church on the following Sun day evening at 7.30 p~m, To-night a concert takes place at 7.30 p.m, when a capital pragram is to be pro. vided, Many residents and other supporters of the Church have do. nated various articles of Church furnitue , These gifts will naturally be greatly appreciated by the gnar dians of the Church, The ladies of the congregat.ion are entertaining the members of the choir to high ten at Werner and McDonalds tearooms, Visitors staying for the two function may obtain refreshments at the same place, The accommodatiou being very limited, those intending to be present are advised to come early. The Progress Assoointion meets on Wednesday next. On this occasion, and we think wisely, business will be practically suspended, as the moot ing will take the form of a Conver s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Notice. I beg to notify the reoldeuals Uhelsea and surroundaing dibtrlet that I have started ms 08NERAL CARRIBR All trainus met, Addreus year paroels and goods to my care, a.n thereby ensure safe a?d sp?_. delivery. W. Dougherty, Chelsea Mrs. A. Bartlett, WOODLANDS DAIRY, ARGOYLR AVRNUI, Chelsea. BGS to notify the public that she has opened a DAIRY at the above ah Fresh Milk delivered twice dally Cream always on hand 1brm I~~ ' I I F. W. Hunter SADDLBR Opposite Station, CH-EISA, Harness repaired promptly, Best material used, Moderate charges, F. H. Powell, Builder and Contractor, House Painter and Signwriter, Contracts taken, Estimates gives Laocal Agency of Guardian Assurance Company, Berry Avenue, Chelsea W. T. GILLESIpIE BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Mordlalloo TeIe.hone z16 Cheltenham ..at Broca' and Smanll Goods delivylrd I;&lt;: ,daily throughout Mordlalloa and surrounding districts., Heatherton Butchery I have now commnoed bualse OLD DANPDIONG ROAD, HEATHERTON, All meat sup...
Federal Politics. SENATOR BLAKEY AT CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914
Federal Politlcs. SENATOR B LA~KEY AT :CH EqEA., On Saturday night last, Senator Blakey one of the six' Labor candi dates ford the Senate addressed a large gathering in the Public Hall, he met with a splendid reception, Mr D. J, McDonough, President of the local branch of the P.L.C. pre sided, and in introducing the eandi date, said they were engagiug in the most strenuous oampaign ever fought in Australia. There wore two distinct parties diamotriloally opposed, Labor had a delinlto con crete platform, all over Australia the same methods and platform were advocated, while of the opposing partynot two advocated the same measure, (Hear hear). The only thing they were united in, being not to do anything the Labor Party was going to do. Owin to the extensive electorate it was idfposslble for Mr J. IK, McDanugall tb reach all parts, he was trusting to a place like this to do their utmost for him. It was said the last time that the party was defeated by the daily press, but it was not so,...