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A GREAT IMPERIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
A GREAT IMPERIALIST. Earl Grey, who is visiting the Com monwealth, has rendered many ser. vices to the Empire. He Is a tho rough-going Imperialist, and has beer to the forefront with numerous pro, jects for cementing the bonds of Em. pire. The "Dominion House" schemE owea much to him, his idea being to :oncentrate the Dominion Govern* ments under one roof in London, and also to, provide for the commercial andu.o I~ needs of their people.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
ANNOUNCErENT! Off to Panama W. W. SCOTI'S Goming Departure Reducing Prices to Oclear H AVING decided to V'isit tI e Fananla L Exhibition at San Franc isco, also England, I am offering stock at reducad rices N Take Notice Magnificent lot of INDIAN GAME ex hibition Cookerels and Pullets ANDALUSIANS, the pick of Australia on show and breeding stock WHITE PILYMOUTH ROC b, tIvh Ideal General Purpose Breed All breed. ing and show birds of rare type, size and quality. W\ItlE? INDIAN RUNNER DU.,GI, the populr oegg meachine; of the day; all in full lrdfft, 15I. pe r head. Lots to ie?et rcquir ments AYI.EShUI Y ,iN) PEEIN DUCKS A very choice lot cf Mammoth slecimons. WHITE ORPINGTONS - Absolutely fr?eh bkod A few selected hens Now is the opportunity for poultryheepore to secure fresh blood from strains purchased personally in England during my last tour, The thance may never be offered again to hektc new blood on the spot Iy, detparture for Prnana has been fixed for an early date in the sp~li...
CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
CHELTENHIAM -4-- Dr W. E. Macklin spoke at the Church of Christ on Monday even. ing. At a quarter past six a good gathering of Church members and friends met the Doctor at tea, when hewas introduced to the members by Mr Ro'-ert Ryall, and a public welcome by Messrs Barnett and Judd At 8 o'clock a public meeting took place when after several musical items Dr Macklin spoke on medical work in China. He mentioned the various contagions diseases that were prevalent in South China, chiefly due to bad food and poor ideas of ranita tion. These contagious diseases were the means of killing a large number of misslonaries and doctors in the City. He spoke too of the great famines in Nanking, caused by the overflowing of the rivers and the destruction of the rice fields, and out lined the claim of all land settlement for the poor Chinese, which had the endorsement of all the great men of China, He also gave some very striking facts with regard to the opium traffic and the endeavours of the Chin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency SAND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. Every artlcle 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. HTORSE and CATTLE RUS, from 4sl Tarpaulins. Rubber Coats, any quality, any price Save 2s in the £, and buy from the Market Gardeners' Associa. ion COW, olved Thursday, 2nd calf, splen C did milker, Quiet, Jeell, Silver street, Sandringham PIES (w.paners), also a lot of Kerosene T'.L hs and Cans, Whitehead, Centre Da.denong road, Cheltenham WANTED TO BUY, (.IAlVES, Heifers, Bulls, Pigs. Age, L condition or breed no object. Highest prices, Cards attended. FREDK, PORTER, Bentleigh LOST AND FOUND. 'CTnAYEDI) into my yard, one T'urkey, r Owner vaa have same by paying expenses. A. Nichol, Patty street, Chel. tenham SITUATIONS VACANT. GREENKEEPER WANTED for "the uheltenham Bowling Club,...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
MORDIALLOC. The Mordialloc Literary and Do bating Society held its usual weekly meeting in the Mechanic's Institute on Wednesday night. Papers were given by Mr F. Nicholson and the secretary, Mr H. V. Phillips, whom all were very pleased to see amongst them again after his recent Illness. A public meeting under the auspic es of the W.C.TU. was held on Monday night in the Salvation Army Hall and was a great success. The Rev Hugh Jones presided and the hall was filled with an enthusistic audience. Eloquent addresses were delivered by Mesdames Rogers and Ferguson on the evils, of intemper ance and by Miss Green President of the local kranch, on the general workings of the organisation. Ex., cellent vocal and musical items were contributed by the following ladies Pnd gentlcmen, Mis: Sh -d.well 'Love Divine", .liss L. Dyall -'Light of Ages" and "Evening Song", Mr Green "Come unto Me". The Miss os Daniela selection on organ and violin. The singing of the doxology brought the musical porti...
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
MENTONE. At the Council meeting last Mon day a request from Mrs J. M. Clayton to have her premises registered as a private hospital was granted, The health officer (Dr Scautlebury) re ported that the house was suitable for such purposes. The Moorabbin Council at its last meeting received a letter from Mr A. Jordan. They referred the question of channeling Childers street and the erection of a lamp thereon to the South riding couoillore to report at next meeting. The P'rogress Association per Mr G. Pepper (bon. secretary) complain ed again to the Council on Monday of the drain in Como Parade. The engineer was instructed to report thereon. A further request was made that Milan street should be at tended to. The engineer reported that the street was row being con structed. The annual meeting of the local branch of the A. .N.L. was held last woeek. Only a very limited amount jfof routine business was transacted, the election of officers being the principal item. An address by Mrs Moss o...
EXIT—THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
EXIT-THE HORSE. As a man-server and city-dweller the horse's day is over, The teams. ter's waggon has long given place tc the railway, train, the brougham drawn by the hlgb-stepping pair to the motor-car, theo despatchbbearer tc the telegraph and telephone, and horse traction tp the motor lorry. The horse's chief 'gifts to' tnsn' arn brute fprce and loyalty ; and mai has found that he can obtain both those at a cheaper rate by applying to man-made machinery, Coal and petrol are quite as willing workers ae the noblest of animals, while the en. durance of the former far outbids the willing service of the latter, Even in war the horse is being oust. ed by modern inventions; and it ie doubtful, whether the impressive charge of cavalry will be able tc withstand the subtle demolitions of Time. On the farm the horse stil: holds some of his ancient sway; but it is only a question of time when his presence will be as chimerical as an orator's dream. Yet, strangely, the value of the supersede...
THE SOLUTION OF THE FINANCE PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
THE SOLUTION 'OF THE FINANCE PROBLEM, --t '[lie Ill t, notiotic bin oliteolue of ili litirlor growth antd eoxpanalton of lilim'pe tuuli the ?iluft )u the lhttL for nluw territory, whichl i a T1?itr'al v' stillt of the InermaeNt p|otputlltiil 1, P1ut Lih al?tered contldltlo n ofl llilg, botha iln lth (hsil WIorld iand the Orlniet, Aunitrulin hold , iho unenviable (di t.intioin of lhi1g the onlly land of tiny HsiM Whiuse rich atert oilor 'aliliu',,hint and teuoiptatlolt to acquisitivoe. couln., tI's, tanud whose 'irttad fl'olt(? ht, av It"i, yet .lbeni. oofetilvely octliplod I,'y ono of iljo gretut dhtlone. of tlhe eufth, 'The Ideal to which overy triue Ata, trlllan l tigh,' Ill thbt htipo o neol ?ol his couitty contAiºt to be Blritish' turritory, peopled hi tah lJitiae ll 'tOe, mill porpttlinlly to Iloltid InVlulnte its title of a "White Australia. ' n. the present embnryt eondiltion of l, : Ibet and land defence sohuen s, the one rno:;tmrd which the 'Commonwalth holds ta tgalnt mtra...
BENDIGO HEAVY BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
BENDIGO HEAVY BREEDS. J. Ramage ... 28 ... 878 K. Watson ,; 28. ,.. 863 ', Graham .,. 24 ... 824 J. Busk ... 23 ,,, 319 H. Rump ,,, 20 ... 292 Marxile P.E..... 35 ... 289 Oowan Bros .,. 28 ..,. 270 W. Burnidge ..., 22 .,. 249 0. Hippo ,, 2Q *,, 204 W. Hgl ?? ..@,,, ?i2.5 ; 202
The Matches. Junior Grade. Final Match. Elsternwick Premiers. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
The Matches. w Cl cc 51 CI Junior Grade. /ij Final Match.9 0 Elsternwick Premiers. a SThe final contest in the "B" grade a of the Iedemal Asecciation took place t on tbe Mentone recreation ground on r Saturday last and the attendance C was fair but not up to that of the semi finals. Thereasonis not hard t to find, from the fact that the rivals engaged had some distance to travel, and as the nearer teams had failed to make good, there was not ranch local interest displayed. The, gate receipts amounted to £8,17.6, as against .44.5. of the previous Satur day. The ground was in fair order' I with the exception of a part near the old dressing room, on which some water remained after the light rains causing the players much slipping and branding them with some of the filling in when down. The Assocla tion had made arrangements to deal with any undue heat should it have been exhibited on the field or off which fortunately did not occur to any extent with the result that every Sthing passed...
BURNLEY HEAVY BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
BURNLEY HEAVY BREEDS, J. MoAllen ,,. 29 .. 433 J. Ogden 32... ., 426 D. Fisher ... 28 ,,, 403 J. Mulgrove ... 28 ... 386 H. Rump ... 31 .,,,. 384 J. Wright. ,, 19 ,. 368 Marrillo P,F.... 34 ... 363 W. Kerman ... 81 ,, 338 S. Brown ... 27 ... 802 Cowan Bro ,,, 34 .., 302
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION, .-4---- Delegates met as usual at Moor. abbin on Tuesday last when there was a full attendanoe of delegates. Mr Mackay (The President) pre sided. After routine business had been considered or a brief period the more important business of the meet ing was entered upon namely the report of Umpire Nathan regarding fighting by G. and W. Mains (Ohelt enham), and G. Jones (Caulfield District). The report stated that in that particular match G. and W. Mains struck Jones, and Jones struck back. Subsequently a large number of players and supporters in par ticular bed a souffle on the ground, and blows were exchanged on all aides, M1r Nathan gave a verbal report supporting the written report sent to the Secretary. In reply to questions by Messrs Soullin and Peterson the Umpire stated that he did not hear any bell ring, but he did hear many cries from all sides that time was up, as a n atter of fact the lihome team had no boll, No doult the supporters had a lot to do with ...
REMINDERS FOR AUGUST LIVE STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
REMINDERS POR AUGUST, LIVE STOCK Horses,--Those stabled can be fed liberally. Those doing fast or heavy work should be clipped; if not wholly then trace high, Those not rugged on coming into the stable at night should be wiped down and in half an hour's time rugged or covered with bags until the coat is dry. Old horses and weaned foals should be given crushed oaty. Gras fed work ing horses should be given hay or straw. if there is no old grass, to counteract the purging effects of the young growth, Old and badly con. ditioned horses should be given some boiled barley. Cattle,-Cows, . if not housed, should "erugged. Rugs should be removed in the day time when the shade temperature reaches 60 degrees Gi'voe a ration of hay or straw, whole or chaffed, to counteract the purging effects of the young glass. Calves should b6 kept in a warm, dry shed. Those on the bucket should be given their milk warm. The bull may now run with the cows. Poultry.-Yards should be turned over with a spade or...
Black Rock Progress League [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
Progrcess lAeiigte Thu monthly meetling wag hlvd oil 'Saturd'ay the tit. Inst. tit Mrsi'tn'rzi or'si Cafe hi Bench Road. Mr Beck pres~ided ove2it t ar ;o and keenly inter ested g~aticriuiii of wues Coi'reaponduiic' wan icolvod from the (1n01110l 1inthuiondg 0ut extra Uightbng wan to ho giveni in Ilidlcoihiu iloadi and alonui I itoh hloud, and thatt footpnthin and1( roat! niitikn wero to be pushed oil with, '[l'iou planting on the foreslture wvould he catnsidoered In [ha next estinttlaen. From 8$utdriimhnt Progress League, askittg for delogates to join ini a deputation to the Minister, of Railwayn to .requnest additional traihiR during the husy hours, M~ssrs shewvhll, Cleveland and Onwvea WU[p tUinit)0111d. Discussion took place over the closing of some of the streets In the district, and a movement wds initiat ed to deal with the matter, Mr Field JP. representing the recent conforencu of delegates on the foreshore que\tin at Sandlinghaiii, repotted that nothing could he done in thos...
Egg Laying Competitions [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
Egg Laying Competitions The following are .the results for the weak ending 25th July,. of the loading pens in the various egg. lay. laying competitions : BURNLEY The fowls competing aroeof light 'bread, and fed on wetmash. Name Eggs for Total to week date J. Gill ... 33 ... 495' E, Lawson ... 27 ... 458 R. Hay ... 29 ... 466. J. West .,. 26 ,,, 43388. A, Simon .,, 32 .... 407 H' Brown .. 25 ,,. 898 H. Stevenson ,.. 11 ... 889 F, Brook .., 20 .,. 369 J. Scwadl ,.. '26 .., 386 F, Pottigrove ,., 22 .., 385
POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
POULT R1KNOTES' 1 ' * (ýBy I4EGHOkN) HOW TO REARj CHICKS WITH. OUT LOSING ANY,:7 The following are extracts from Mr Jargon Anderson's (Mlordialloc) baooktet on the subject: When chicks are quite dry and fluffy- it may be twenty-four hours after they are actually hatched-put them in a clean brooeer, thickly bedded with bchaff, which has been wvarmed up at least half a day before being used. When you put the baok of your hand on the chaff round the heater and you find it just comfort ably warm, no more, then it is right If the brooder is not new, it must have been first treated with kerosene inside and outside, well dried and cleaned before ',belug used. This treatment should be repeated every three weeks in the hatching season. * I 0 Keep the brooder in a compart ment about 6 ft xOft; larger is bets terthan;smaller. Clean, well lighted, wire-netted to the east half way down, llour raised about six inches above outside level, no leaking roof, sound walls. One brooder to each compartme...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN Robertson ..47 .,. 762 T, Barron ww,., 44 752 T. Barron 4.. 1 ... 728 R. Popo ... 32 ... 718 W Purvis ,.. 45 ,., 715 Marville P. Farm 85 ... 640 India.., ... 3g ... 631 W. Purvias .,. 37: .. 612 H. Woodhead ... 27 ... 608 Broderiok Bros. 16 .,. 605
BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 8 August 1914
BENDIGO POULTRY SC00IETY W. Thompsn.... 31 410 Utility P, Farm 33 , 382 G. Berthusiuier 28 .,,366 W. Swift .,, 35 ... 845 M. Doyle ... 30 . 385 A, Smith .., 26 .. 317 Maiville P. Farm 26 ., 317, A, Fastum ,.. 28 .,, 307 J. Ramage :.. 20 ... 298 S. Doyle .., 26 ... 286