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Gardeners' Association. MEETING AT MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
oardeners; Association. MEETING AT MOORABBIN. 2ConmMission Business Dooided Upon. SOn Saturday night a special meet ing of the members of the above Assooiation, was held for the purpoos of deciding as to whether it would bo in the intores a of the Assooiation to inaugurato a oon1mmission agency. Mr P, '1, 1oPage presided, and there was a very largo attendance of mom bors, much bettor than had boen on many ocoasions r. cently, Mr LoPago aftor stating the ob. joots of the mooting, maid, tlhat the oommittoo had given the mattOr caroful consideration on more thin one oooasion, but their diflioulty had always boon as to the obtaining the teorvices of a roliablo and suitablo man to condunt it, At the present nioment, howovor, the man was obtainablo. l]o was fully oxpor. ionocd in that particular line of trade, and won thoroughly reliable, namely Mr Rnalph Devia, This gentloman wn1i one in whom tho commiitte, an.l shareholders alitko could plaoe inmplicit truNt. Ho (the chairman) however w...
CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
OHE1LSEA, A meeting is to be held on Mon day afternoon at 4 p.m, to arrange for a class in ambulahuce work. Mr F, Frewin (Chairman of the Sohool committee) will preside, whilst Dr Fogarty will deliver a brief initiatory address on the subject, Everybody is Invited.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
CHURCO OF 0 INGLAND, Oheltenham-8 am., Holy Communion 11 a.m., Rev C. Crotty; 7 p.m., Mr Nelson Dingley-11.,15 am,, Mr Nelson; 7,15 p.m,, Rov C. Crotty Moorabbin--,15 pm,, Rev C, 'rotty Aspendale,--11 a,m,, Carrum-3,30 p.m. • RB L. R. Oroker Chelsea-7.8Q p.m *: Mentone-- lm,, a '., RHC, ,.lv W, Cooling; 7 . p.m., Mr'&R,)?? .-o. . Mordialloo-11 am,, Mr R, E, Jones ;7 pm., Rev W,. Cooling . IMETHODIST, Moorabbin--11 a,m., Mr Colline; 7 p.m,, Rev Fowler Bentleigh-- 1 am,, Rev Fowler 7 pm.,, Mr Collins Oheltenham--ll am., Mr Williamson I 7 p.m,, Mr Dyson Mrdialoo'--ll11 am,, and 7 p,m,, Mr Truman Heatherton--ll a,m., Rev Fowler; 7 p,m,, Mr Fairbank Mentone--ll am., MrF Parbank; 7 p,m, Band Carrum--8 pm, 'Mr Miller Aspendale--l am,, Mr Snell; 7 p.m,, dir Upton Chelseai Hall--7 p.m., Mr uSnell PRESBYTERIAN, Cheltenham--ll am,, Rev J. H, Hewitt ; 7 pm., Mr Watkins Mentone--1 a,m,, Mr Watkines' 7 Rev J. H, Hewett Beaumaris--3 p.m., Rev J3, H, Hewitt CONGREGATI1? AL,' ' Black Rook --...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
Comber's Lending Library Replete with all the Latest Works, Subsoarption, '/8 Quarter Mentone (Payable in ivanwco) Menton Improve the vali of your own property by buying locally, S Every article at City prices, Licensed to sell stamps. ? I elephone, Oheltenham 75, : r A· , gent for all the best Planps. xperta advice':;; 'I·1Scli~ pert o ad"I· ·, ~ FOR SALE. )ONY, 12 hands, risBing four years, - anyone can drive or ride; v~th option, set of harness to match, Bought a larger one, Apply C, Hodeon, j?mr., Tulip road. Cheltonham. ORSE and CATTLE RUGS, from 4s i Tarpaulins Rubber Coats, any quality, any price Save 2s in the L, and buy from the Market Gardeners' Assooia. ion OW and HIEIFER.. W. Rioh, Centre Dandouong Road, Cheltonhanm, fUSCOVEY and Indian Runner Duck5 I and Drakes Will cll or exohlaug for old hens. Exchange Johnson, Herald street, Cheltenhunm, A L auont BiUCK-MAKEN3 MACHINE almost now (' Midget"); sheap. Apply "Lunab," Embannkment road, ,Chelsea. T, !.I SOLD TITS D.\Y At 1...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
MORDIALLOC. The bowling and oroquet olub' enohre party, held last Saturday was generally voted as one of the best held. The attendance was very large, and the wins in the enohre tournament were decidedly popular. Mr Ozanne secured the first prize for the gents and Mrs Maoartney for the ladies. Capital musio was provided for the danoing whioh was held subsequently, inoluding piano, pioallo and violin, Messrs J. and 0. Caudwell have purchased the business latterly oar ried on by Mr Geo. Packer, The whole of the stook has been trans ferred to their promises, and unfor tunately another vacant shop is added to Main street for the time being. The Presbyterian Guild held its usual meetug in the MoIndoe hall on Wednesday last. On this occa sion most of the members were in f~eaoy costume, as* two valuable prizes were generously donated by Mr J. Ferguson for the best costume The prize winners wore-Best lady, Miss Mabel Glanfield (Fisher Girl) ; best gent, Mr George Kerr (Mr Golliwog, the eoco...
THE MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
THE MAIL SERVICE. ----+----- The question of Australia's mail lervice is one that is constantly arls ing, and the amount of space and la hour reqluired to convey the weekly mail from the United Kingdon to th? Commonwealth, and vice versa, ic constantly and rapidly increasing, Ten years ago, fifty tons cubic measurement was considered ample space to convey the weekly budget, and now ten times that amount is hardly sufficient, while at the present rate of increase it is believed that further increase will soon be found necessary, The companiesl express great dis satisfaction at the absence of any cx panslon of the grants, while they em phaelse the fact that the expenses are increasing with the growth of hulk, that the Suez Oanal dues lay an ap. preciable weight on the companies' shoulders, and that the terms are made more onerous with every fresh contract. During the sittings of the Dominions Commission in London, Sir Rider laggard recently suggested that a quloker route might in the ...
BENDIGO HEAVY BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
B]ENDIGO HEAVY BR J. Racmage ,., 24 ... 402 K. Watson 30 ,,, 393 J, Bush ... 29 3 48 C. GOrahawmn ... 2 .,, 345 Marrile P,F ,. 833 ,,, 821 H, Rump .., 24 ,.. 916 Oowan Bros ,, 31 ,,, 801 W, Burnidgo ,,, 24 .., 273 W, HaRgly .,. * 8 ,,, 230 G, Uippe *.. 2i .,... 224
FOREST PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
FOREST PROTECTION. The ruthless destruction of valuable. timber in which the early pioneers indulged, perhaps has its excuse in the fact that quickly cleared land wamr indiepensible for their requirements, while the absence of an extensive local market prevented any fore. thought in the directions of pianti?g seedlings to supply the demands of futnra generations. Now-a-days any such excuse is impcaeible ;-for even in our young land we are unfortun-' ately beginning to visualise the Ne mises which attends the reckless des truction of growing things, Olimate, and the all-important rain fall average has been completely ro volutlonised, times without number, in the old world, by the wholesale slaughter of innocent trees; while in Australia much of the herbage in the pastoral districts has been handled unnecessarily cruelly in this respect, S'Surely-though too slowly-Austra lia is beginning to realise the dan gert which' await a tree famine; and In consequence the study of afforesta tion...
BURNLEY HEAVY BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
BURNL??EY RiIAVY BREEDS, J. MoAllen .,,3 80 ',,. 463 J. Ogden ,;, '83 ,,, 459 D. Fisher ... 32 . 485 J, Mnulgrove .,, 31 , 417 H, Rump .,,, 23 . 407 Marrille PF... 35 ...; 398 J. Wright ,,, 26 ,,, 394 W. Kerman ... 86 ., 374 Cowan Bros ,., 80 ,, 339 3, Brown .., 29 .., 331
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
rhe National Mutual Lif; Aeasociation I OTIDLE ILLUSBTATPd gif HNFORFEITUR& PIINIPLI, A paoey was taken out by )r Wa. J. Rdwatas, on Ist Deooember, 181, and ha paid the premiums regularly up to Ilt Decemnber, 1887. After that da~t he lpai no further premiums, The vme advanced the unpaid premium, out of the Surreuaer Value, and kept the policy in full fores stil the death of Mr Edwardso on 1jkth October, 1801,. The pouitlen of the pcly thno warns 'Sam auurod .. . 8, Bournes added to Poliey todate of death .,.,. 4 I 6 4513 6 O Lea Premiume and Iaterest advaneed by the Aueola. ties out of the Swrand Value of the policy ,,, 4 14 Amount handed to Widow o doaeed ... ,..,,,, Altlough only6 yaora' Fp~oalum wras paid, the policy was kept li force for 10 yeare, *he. above is published as a strikingd .eample of the benefits to be obtained by abaeunring in the National Mutual Life Aoss. itlion of Austraissia Limitcd IBMIDENT A.GENTS WM. BROWN AND HARRY BROWN Oheltenham Telephone No, 18,...
A Cheltenham Resident in another State. Mr Thomas Benussi. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
A Gheltenham Resident in another State. Mr Tmhomas Benussl, The following is a olipping from a Queensland Paper, and as will be sei~n deals with the success of a form. er CheltPenllam resident, who is at presant living in that St~ate. Mr. B3enussl was the first individual to start running a cab at Cheltenham station nine'eom ye'rs ago, He is wellkiown t the older residents and was recognised ever in those early stages of his career as a smart entorprising maun, Ihe married Miss Woff, sister of Robert, William and Georgo Woff, but subsequentty lrs Benussi died and the husband then left for South Africa, but latterly settled in Queensland and has there nwt with the success he undoubtedly deserves. "A native of Ballarat, Victoria, a man who has beenu engaged in mining operations for the greater portion of his life, a fruit grower for three years only." Such is a sketch in brief of the life of Mr T'. Beunaussi, whose splendid farm at Victoria Point is an eloquent object lesson in what m...
TROPICAL DISEASES RESEARCH WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
TRQPICAL DISEASES RE. SEARCH WORK. -+-------- ThQ extreme isolatlon and the hot climato of Northern and Central Aus t'ralla tend to make that portion of the Commonwealth peculiarly liable to attack by tropical and sub-tropli cal diseases, Until quite lately medl cal research in these districts has bIeen unknown. Many old and some new diseases have lifted tholr ominous heads and flourlshed, with very little challenge from science or humanity, That dread scourge, enteric fever, has claimed more than lti fair share of the young blood of the country; while malarial fever, ague, andt many more ills of the flnesh pursued their way unmolested, In addition to these home enemies, the daily increasing communication with many Eastern ports, opens yet another door of at tack, and when'unknown and subtle germs insinuate their entrance into Australia the medical fraternity will have yet another problem to tackle. This .danger has been realisrd by Australians, and the necessity for ac curate medic...
Egg Laying Competitions [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
Igg Laying Competitions The following are the results for the week ending August 9, of the leading pens in the various egg lay. laying competitions : BURNLEY The iowls competing are of light breed, and fed on wetmash. - Name Eggs for Total to week date J. Gill .,, 32 , 527 E, Lawson ,,, 85 .,, 493 R, Hay ,,,. 29 ,,. 465 J, West .., 80 ,,, 4680 A, Simon ,,, 32 .... 439 H' Brown ... 26 ... 423 J, Scwadl ... 26 ., 412 A Roas ,,, 81 ,,, 410 H, Stevenson .,, 14 , 4,, 08 F. Brook .., 18 ,,, .407
AUSTRALIA—A SEA-NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
AUSTRALIA-A SEA.NATION. A~istralians are inclined to look up on themselves as a nation of land lubbers, and to regard the infant navy rather in the light of an experi ment on the embryo sea-prowess of the inhabitants, As usual, it is th5 onlooker who sees most of the game, and the incoming visitor is invariably impressed by the number, size and variety of craft which Australian harbours are called upon to accom modate, The wharfs are filled with large ocean-go:ng liners, and the visitor is impressed with the man/ vessels pre sumably, in coirnmunication with the Old World, The Englishman's idea of a coastal steamer ,is a small ves sel of 500 to 1500 tons, in. which he despairs of finding even comparative comfort or space, and so resigns him. self to a period of forced inactivity and misery combined. His first awakening comes when he learns, that the palatial steamers which he credited with, a roundsthe. world run are in reality Australia's coastal fleet. These 10,000, 8,000,and 6,000...
POULTRY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
POULTRY NOTES (By LEGHORN) Of late more attention has been paid to the hen than the waterfowl, Consequently there has been, and is now, a great scarcity of good, edible poultry, The oraze for egg produc tion has inoreased enormously, and it would appear likely to continue, as the prices keep up, and the demand increases, for that delicacy which the egg affords, It is now a recog nised fact that the great number of poultry breeders have set their minds to improve the laying qualities of their birds; this to-day we see almost everywhere a flook of White Leg horns, apparently few regarding the table fowl or duck with favour, Some years ago there was, in Victoria, much thought and writing about duok growing for profit, and ,nany embarked in the business, attracted by-stories-of great-profit.Re well-as that the profits were realised much more quicklythan with hens; also that much larger stooks of duos could be held on smaller holdings, But, unfortunately for the duck breeders, the increa...
Great Chinese Statesman. CONFESSIONS OF LI HUNG CHANG. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
Great Chinese Statesman. -+ CONFESSIONS 01O LI HUNG GHANG. Some curious sidelights on Court lifo in China and other countries, and the workings of a great states man's mind, are allorded by the diaries of that greatest of modern Chinamon, Li Hung Chang, pub. lshed in the London "Obseorver." Li Hfung Chang was a great diarist, and zealously recorded his views, Impressilons, and actions day after dlay, HIls stories of his relations with. that remarkable old woman, the powagor Empress df China, are \vry amusing, On one occasion, apparently, he offended the despolic Sovereign by his praise of the Czar 'n after a visit to Russian, Ie Iescrlibos the seqiuol as follows : "I have receiolved notification that I am to forfeit one year's pay for a breach of coronmopy at the palace. This i. a snimall nattor the line,; but I would jbe ploased?to kmiow in what respect I offonddl Tsil Hsl." " TI-HE EYE OF THE PEACOCK," Ilut the Dowager Empress quick ly repented of her harshness, for under tho same...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
SOUTH AUSTRhALIAN Robertson ... 52 ... 814 T. Barrodiwwl... 53 .., 805 T. Barron ... 50 ... 778 WPurvis .. 46 , 761 R. Pope . 40 ... 758 Marville P. a'rm 40 .,,. 082 India.,,. .. 42 :,,, 678 W, Purvis ,.,45 ..?- . 6057 H. Woodhead ... 44 ... 640 Broderiok Bros, 40 .. 827
Travelling Hospitals. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
Travelling Hospitals. When people of moans have a mom-. her of the family who is oxtremely ill, yet desires to travel, either from their home to sbome famous health resort back to their hiomeo, practically throughout Eutirope, Swit zerland .can furnish a "travelling hospital" for them. These travelling hospitals itre rail. road cars,- with overy modern eqluip ment, and as the railroad gauge is standard for the most part through. out the Contin!ent, this ear,may be heuled over any_ line of railrpad, As the Government of Switzerland own. its railioads, these traielling hoplitals o hr' olisplitl, pa,, ,are fed oral property, always ready to oe leased to anyono who has the pliL. SFor: a long time tlhese cars have been operated, anid iothey have booa fouind to bhd a good investment, be ing in considerable demand at al most all times of the year, The sick-room is located in the middlle of the long car, It is finished in white enamel, with rounding cor ners to avoid all posslbilities of di...
BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
BENDIGO POULTRY SOCIETY W. Thompson... 31 .., 441 Utility P. Farm 30 ... 412 G. Berthusinier 30 ... 396 W. Swift ... 33 .,, 378 M, Doyle ,,, 31 *.. 866 Marville P. Farm 27 ... 344 A. Smith ... 23 ... 340 A. Fastum ... 27 ,,, 334 J. Ramage .... 22 ... 320 S. Doyle ... 25 ... 319
St. John's Ambulance Association. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 15 August 1914
St, John's Am~bulance Association. The central committee of the above organisation have taken very activesteps to organise locally all those volunteers who are prepared to a~sist in forming men's brigades, and women's nursing divisions in connection with the war. They have made representations to the minister of defence offering to that depart. ment the whole of their ambulance organisation. This means a tremen dously lavge offer, as they have been the means of educating some twenty nine thousand people in the State of Victoria on the principals of "First aid in the injured" and "Nuraing," The work done by this organisation is very similar to the Red Cross Societies of other countries, and there is no reason why Moorabbin should not be represented fully amongst its list of members, It is anticipated that meetings throaghout the shire shall be called within a few days, but at the present moment definite steps have not been fixed. At Mentone steps have already been taken to form class...