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DRILL HALLS — CANADIAN VERSUS AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914

DRILL HALLS-CANADIAN VERSUS A'ISTRALIAN, S--·-- -- --~- The'l exhibltiron ,Iof dlllInK hy 7,?1(01 iachroul-chilllren whic:h kihr lIu ii nll tceln rcenl:trlly, wlllleoilfnd In elr:lhrr lirne, h|e InooIl blue Ih io pIiiyger'l rilln th._ Iexplnrltnllla, IlnlIlua nIly, dilld Irtilitey of thea chldrlllrs' rrnovrcrinrilts, whiir:rch n· ot fuu'lll to be 119ll ei .lto g i, llfie, P,, their chi ril 'lhe i i ihthn giI, In lnc tIu:lul, 'ltlna d hl+ W~in lIa I?IIn, | lrblue, alnd hr i uiupli l lrhl!/ely I , lctl,?u thlt, hie hiim Ibigl thus IIrIliIy gillhose by Ablille oulier ifhhl l IIll ldliy rn ll ' lle tg, ljllllr tlt Id llll, urt l II Hh li hlic Ic 11( 0 Clihltcrl I in I:r n id m ee . tenfavalifhly Arliuettrailln hibe w'h, n Ilrrnhl Irll l'tl(hl ?t llllrl$h l hl ,?,llrOI H lllie ofll (Jllllliull di I thI r ll: al eiirl ' ,a tel hallo a)re hdltllr I ina mch liltmre . Imr irIlllr iny, ww ly, e lot Iu to 9.f,,?I l'l 9n1011 lrli metu, th o IrIvI: the 121+ p te+11i I< sicldl utIlity ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914

Food Cl!oppers or Mincing Machines ..........sg·· ..Are indispensable in the Kitchen. We sell them-the best and most handy kind, of oourse-THE UNIVIERSAL. Size 1 5s d Size 2 6s You've been promising yourself onue for a longtime-BUY IT NOW ·-I V U T?a Or toore wit THO M PSON & CO., Point Nepean Road. a reputation for HETNA. QUALITY. (- A..B --K----- I CELThN.AM. (CHAS. H, FAIRBANK) Phone, Cholt, 64, - i ------~~~~- --- L, _L~.~PI Beach Blocks - £5 Deposit £1 per month. They are scarcer than Diamonds at Aspendale, Carrumn and Chelsea. To secure one you must act quickly. , W . A. TOW LER , : . Autioner 4i, oPhone Central 3720. Auctioneer, 406 Collins Street, Melbourne, or local Offices. S:. .Waterhlouse, Upholstert;r All clasos of FIurnlture ropairo 1 Estimates given Qualitiv and workmannhip guarantoeed Why scLd yctLr waol to other suburb ? I Address enquiries : " Thurley," Aspendale Cooperative Stares, NEPEAN ROAD, OHELTEN HAM '?acne Cneltenham i8 Special Purchases for Cash th...

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THE "OPEN SHIRT." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914

THE "OPEN SHIRT." -*----+~--- Australia's High Commissioner, in bidding the Commonwealth "good bye" at F'remantlo, touched the weak spot in our industrial life withll hius customary keenness a~dt surety. "I cannot help thinking," he said, "that we have been inclined to at tend to the things on thq roof of olr greatness, rather than the foulda tions. We want to see our new set tlers go into the country. At present the tendency is to crowd into the towns,. It is only, because the fashion lis towards high collars and office. I would like to see the fashion tend towards the open shirt." . This, in a few words, sums up the Uc?eption of land settlement all over the world, In a vast 'and rich coun try like Australia, it is strange that the majority seek a crowded city life; lured by the movement and glit ter, and attracted 'by the genteel jobs which town olfices offer, Our recent system of education has much to answer for this. The boy's energies and ambitions have been forced and fostered...

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XXII. THE DARKNESS DEEPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914

Terribly Tempted. A SIRIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XXII, THE DARKNESS DEEPENS, "Then look around, And choose thy ground, And take thy rest." -Byron. "Positivoly vanished out of every body's sight," Mrs, Desart was say g, with real regret in her voice, and a lace handkerorief applied to her preoty eyes. "Talk about truth being stranger than fiction-well, here is a ease ina poiui" Guy was sitting at her right hand at luncheon, but it was evident he had for any one, and she thought mo very Mrs. Desart were in earnest, or de coiving him to oblige StamerP "You were her friendl" he said slowly, "She wrote to you-didn'4 she, now and then?-P Sheo would surely turn to a woman in hebr trouble-even if she refused to see me." "1 don't think Lenoro cared much for any one, said she thought me very weak and fivolous!" said Lottio, sigh ing, and vexed at Guy's loyalty Mris. Desarrb was one of those charm ing little 'cat-women,' who resent ?ad mlration bestowed on anyone but them selves!" "An...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEACHING MAORIS AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914

TEACHING MAORIS AGRICUL. TURIE. There has been established at Ma nanul, in New Zealand, an Agricul tural Collego for Mlaori boys, which consists Of some two hundred acres of first-class land, about seventy of which are already under cultivation. Practical as well as theoretical training is given, and dairying is to be a prominent fCeattur'e of the insti tution, at which the boys live, and which is under tlhe principalship of a clergyman of some considorabl6 ox perience in practlcal agriculture, Adult Maori settlers, it is interest ing to note, are roealising the possibi lities of prosporlty, n dalrylng, The nmajority of those who take it up seriously use milking machines, It lis said that £100,000;,000 ster linh is spenlt .in advertising in Great BritnLam ovory year.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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FIGHTING FOR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914

FIGHTING FOR W VES. I-- +~--l- - Courtship as a preliminary to mar rlage .Js dispensed with among the blacks along the Gulf of Oarpentarla, Queensland, and love is an element that does not enter much into the contract. Mr H., Matthows, siperin tendent of the Mitchell River Sta tion, controlled by the Aus:ralian Board of Missions, dcscribes one of the marriage "ceremonices'.' that he had witnessed recently, and the story is beoot told in hisl own words. "Just before I left," he saiJ, "some of the bush blacks intimatedl their intention of fighting for the possession of some of the girls on our station, who we had hoped would marry some of our "boys." When I heard of this I was natura'ly con corned, and called the boys and girls togother to discuss the matter, ard see what means could be taken to avoid the conflict. Somewhat to my surprise they would not'hear of that course, The boys said that this pro., cedure was quite correct,. and the girls said the same. So that there was nothing ...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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The True Story of the Murder of a Traveller Near Moorabbin. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914

The True Story of the Murder ofa I'raveller Near Moorabbiri. I won't have any more of this, so I'll stop it! Talk, talk, talk; drip, driP, dtip, like water on the stones,, from morning till night and from night till morning. Other people's: affairs are carried hero, and mine are now blowing all over the district like thistle-down, But one must never believe any. thing that other people say, becausnse the majority of mankind tell nrore lies than truths, as It suits their sooial customs and ,conveniences better, It must be ended, or mended, even if Ihave to out off the tip of her tongue with my scissors, said Mr A fred Aldetson,.in a thrilling whisper to himself of his own wife Su. an, . . The town of Moorabbin is close to the Railwayline, and stands on a sandy, but fertile plateau that stretches away Eastward to the pine olad ranges of Dandenong, A stranger, walking through Moorabbln in the day-time would have the eyes of young and old star. ing at him as a new curiosity, Most of its...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 1 August 1914

The National Mutual Life Aesooiation I 1NOTABLE ILLUSTRATId OF 11I NON.FORFEITUI| PtINOIFLL A polioy was takea out by Mr Wn, J. Edwards, on let December, 1881, and h? rald the premiumn regularly up to let December, 1887. After that date he paid no further premiums, The oficee advaned the unpaid premiums out of the Surread?e Value, and kept the policy in full forge tll thae death of Mr tdwirde on ?3t October, 1891. The positien of the polioy then w t.- Sum assured, .. AG 0 Bonuses added to Polio, todate ofdeoath ... ... Ig - 8313 6 * Less Premiume and Intenet advanoed by the Aseocl. tion' out of the Surrender Value of the policy ,,, 4 I Amount handed to Widow ef deceased ...,,, ,,, ?g Although only 6 years' prolume was paid, the policy was kept in force for 1* years, 'Ihe above is published as a strlkiag example of the benefits to be obtained by assuring in the National Mutual Life Asso. dation of Australasia Limited& AE8IDENT AGENT.S WM. BROWN l AND HARRY BROWN Oheltonham Te...

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THE LATE MRS. ROBINSON. A FITTING TRIBUTE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

THE LATE MRS. ROBINSON. A FITTING TRIBUTE It willi-e remember that in March last Ms Robinson, who was at that time gatekeeper a.t Mentone, was suddenly killed by a passing train. The deceased had held that position for a lobg period of years, and had a large circle of frierds in the distiict and township. A committee was formed 'with a view of providing some permanent memorial of her death. Sub scliptions were called for, and a very generous response was given thereto, the receipts totalling £35 5s 6d. After due consideration, the committee decided that the best m1aans of perpetuating her memory was to erect a memorial tablet in the Williamstown cemetery, where her husband, who had predrleceased her many yearn before, was buried. This work has been carried out, and below is a reproduction of the stone mentioned, The total expensres in connection with this work was £30 9s, thus leaving a oredit balance of £4 16s Gd, and the committee will decide next Monday night as to the disposal o...

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SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

SANDRINGHAM. The authorities of All Soul's Church of England are at present organising with a view of ereotinga' new Church in Bay road, The esti mated cost is £1700, already a very large portion of this amount has been subscribed or promised, and it is anticipated that the whole amount necessary will be in hand before the commencing of the work. The Rev H, H. J, Norwood the vicar of the church is well known as an organiser in this work. The success of his efforts since his installation to the Parish of Sandringham and Hampton has been remarkable, seeing that a new building has been erected at Black Rook, a new Vicarage at Sandringham and Sohool Hall, and various extensive alterations to the Hampton Church, Whilst giving evidence of the ability of the vicar in hobarge it shows the wonderful in. terest taken in the church, and the generosity of the people closely con cerned. Any parishioners or sym pathisors with the movement can of coursegive practical evidence of their sympathy by ...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

CHELSEA. The formal ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the new Angliian Church (Ohuroh of St. Chad), took place last Saturday when a large congregation attended at the Church. It is a few short weeks since the initiatary steps were taken to secure the conasruIotion of such a building, but so rapid has been the progress, that it is now ready for use, Ihe ladies had apparently devoted con siderable time, eneray and skill in the decorating of the edifice, the in side of which presented the appear ance of a delightful spring show, wattle blossom of course predominat ing, The building is a very neat wooden structure capable of seating about 150 persons, The inside furniture of course at the present' moment is very incomplete, the im provement in this direction will nat urally follow at a reasonable period. The need of the hour was met, and a place for worship has been made for members, a' d adherents of that particular denomination, The musi cal portion of the service was supplie...

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Dandenong Market. Tuesday, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

Dandenong Market, Tuesday, August 4, A fair yarding of milkers and a sinai supply of springers and store stock. Thel demand for mil?hers was fairly good,' store stoo?k much easier. The following are the principal lots of milkers ;-Account G. Lehman, one at LO 12s 6 { L. Kingston 2 to L9 0s 8d, I. West 2 to L9 2s ld, Oeo Keys 5 to L9 7s 6d, W. G. Keys 5 to L8 17s Od, E. Higgius 2 to LB 178 6d, F. Einsiodel 5 to L8 1 1, Ml BourkA 3 to L8 78 6d. Pigs Fair snpply and prices much easier. Heavy bacon, Li Ss to L3 12s 6d, heavy porkers 42s to 60s, light to INe, stores to 29s 6d, suckers 10a to 22s 6d. Calves asior-heavy 358 to 45s, others 2s to 20s

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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

ASPENDALE. The monthly meeting of the Pro gress Association was held in the Racecourse Hall on Saturday night, when the President (Mr H. Hunter) presided. There was a good atterd ance of members, aithough not by any means as large as it should be, The township is progressing at such a pace that a large number of mem bers apparently think that the execu tive officers are fully capable of con trolling the affairs of the Association. Able and energetic though these may be, yet the whole burden should not he placed on their shoulders. Every member should take his part, and at least attend the meetings with a view of assisting the executive offi cers in the great work to be done. The inward correspondence was somewhat lighter than usual, Amongst other letters received was one from Mr W. S. Keast, M.L.A., in which he stated that the railway officers had visited the district with regard to the proposed station at Edithvaie Road. Their report was almost complete, and it was ex pected it wou...

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BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

BLACK ROCK. A number of items of news were received too late for this issue. A report of the last meeting of the Progress Associhion will be found on our SOe)o 1 pi,,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

Food Choppers or Mincing Machines i- -''- . ? Are indispensable in the Kitchen. We sell them-the best and most handy kind, of course-THE UNIVERSAL. 5s 6d *Size 2 6f You've been promising yourself one for a long time-BUY IT NOW --- ' The Old Store-wit THOMPSON & CO. Point Nepean Road; a reputation for T O P & CO T. QUALITY. 2SIA c CHELTEN*HAM. (CHAS. H. FAIRBANK) Phono, Mhelt, 64. " Weroona" Nursing Home. (Rogisterod) CHAI?IRMAN ROAD, OIELTENIIAM Modioal, Surgical and Mlidwifory Oasos Outuido Maternity oaoses visitod Doto?r optional Nurses Watt and Wilson, RV.TN..A. To... nonvAdvertisers If it is good enough dor large City firms to spond thousands of pounds a year to keep their name before the publio, itis good enough for local business men to -- spend shillings. - During the past 81 yeare. the Circulation of' the " News " has increased threefold, . Beach Blocks - £5 Deposit £1 per month. They are scarcer than Llamonds at Aspendtale, Carrum and Chelsea, 'To secure one...

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HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

HAMPTON. The Hampton Ladies' Working Association held their annual concert in the' Publio Hall on Thursday, in aid of the Children's Convalescent Home, There was a crowded atten dance, and one and all appreciated the first class programme, which in eluded a number of professional ar tiste. Special thanks were tendered to Miss Doris.Madden, who so kindly gave her services. The Progress League will meet on Tuesday night in the Hampton Hall, When a musical program will be provided.

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. When she returned to her lodging she closed the door and threw herself on the ground, and hid her fae. in her hands as she burst into violent suffs. eating sobs.- Why had she over lis tened to him-ever met him? With quick, self-upbraiding she now began to connect poor Phillip's death with the fact of her own idolatry for one un wvrthy, HeI had never complained or reproached her or tried to see her again; but he had dioUll-her child hood's friend, ., , , Then she wept afresh, and when tired of weeping, thought hard. She must regain compos. ure, and be brave and strong. Circum stances had been difficult and agalnst her in every way. She was poor and obscure. What else could she expect from a man in society craving rihesal To nurse a grief in a garret Is, of course, suieldal. If men with strong and restless brains taek to lard drink ing under similar circumstances, what must be expected of women with their delicate, highly-strung, nervo...

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Municipal Elections [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

Municipal Elections Mr J. Macartuney, a :candidat for the South riding has been un able during the week to fulfil any en gagements in connection with hi contest. The sickness under which he has been laboring was of a more serious character than he or his friends anticipated. On Wednesday he was announced to speak at Olarin da but was unable to attend. Mr J. Rogers verylkindly spoke in Mr Mao cartney's interests. We understand that Mr Macartney is sufficiently recevered to speak at a meeting at Heatherton tonight. In our advertising columns will be ofuand an announcemelt to the effect that Mr IFarrant is one of the candid ates for the West riding. This gentle man has made a personal canvass throughout the riding which probab ly Mr Grace has done also, Judging by reports it appears a toss up as to which will be successful on their fin. appeal to the ratepayera.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

Notice. I beg to notify the aldmt ý Ginehe and surroundlag E?dree ,at I have etarted as OGENERAL CARRIER AM trains met. Addrea ye pareels and goods to my care, sad I?ereby ensure safe uand speeiy "Wlivry. W. Dougherty ) Chelsea Mrs. A. Bartlett, WOODLANDS DAIRY, ABGYLE AVENUE, Chelsea. B GS! to notify the publio that e ha opened a DAIRY at the above -A. Fresh Milk delivered twice dally Cream always on hand F. W. Hunter SADDLER Opposite Station, CHELSUA, Harness repaired promptly, Best material used. Moderate charges. F. H. Powell, Builder and Oontractor, Rouse Painter and Siguwilter, Contracts taken, Astimatea give, Local Agency of G uardiau Assurance Company. Berry Avenue, Chelsea W. T. GILLESPII BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Meordlalloe Tlaoghone zi6 Cheltenham Bet Lbrtad ?aind Small Goods delivered daily throughout Mordialloe and surrounding district,, Heatherton Butchery I have now commenced beelae OLD DANDE:,ONG ROAD, lEA 'HIE RTON, All mmit supplic'i is of the heit quality and promp...

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Federal Polities. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914

Federal Politics. On page 7 will be found a report of a meeting hold at Mordialloc last week, where an address was given by Mr J. A. Boyd. This report was compiled by our representative, Mr J. T. Daley, who omitted to sign hig name to the article as specified by the Electoral Act. 0 o The various candidates have spoken throughout the electorate during the past week. The recep tions of each have been of a varied character, perhaps not entirely satis factory to the candidates themselves, but apparently quite Rnflcient to warrant each person placing their names before the eleetors on the 5th of September.

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