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SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

SBAFORD, a concert was held in the Church of England Hall in aid of the church funds, on Saturday last. 'The atten dance was large, about £7 being taken, Mr J. Shepperd, of "The Knut's Camp," arranged the pro. gramme, which was of an exoellont oharaoter. Amongst the contributors were :-Misses M, M'Gowan, A, Mil. lee, M. Vines, G. and E. Grogan, Mrs J. H. Hopkins, Messrs Vines and Shepperd, Miss Sheehan was a brilliant success as pianist for the occasion, A vote of thanks to the performers, moved by Messrs Hall and Wilson, was adopted, with en. thusiasm, Speaking at the termination of the concert, held last Saturday, Rev, G, Kitchen expressed the view that the township would be at an early date a popular seaside suburb. Mr W. Wilson endorsed this expression, Settlement was slowly incoreasing. Many visitors during the holidays were so charmed with the place that it was easily possible they would be permanent residents before very long,

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

A SEPAR&TE BUSINESS COLLEGE FORi YOUNG LADIES and a SEPARATE BUSINES, COLLEGE (FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN \VWlt for Prospectus, 'rho College resumes o the 2oth ilst, SF, S. RECKWITH, FIP.S., Eng,, L,8,W,, Vic,, Principal The Contral Business Collego j63-5 COLLINS STREE~T (next Auditorium) Beach Blocks than Diamonds At Aspendale, Chelsea ard Carrum To secure one you must act quickly. £5 Deposit - £1 per month, W. A. TOWLER, "Auctioneer, 406 Collins Street, City, or Local Offices, Phone Central 3720 To Chelsea Residents HAVING purchased the Business of Mr S. P. HOOPPELL, I trust to receive the same liberal support you have accorded him. I intend to give strict attention to quality and price of all goods, and hope to merit your confidence, A trial order solicited. Phone 91 -Chelt, Telephone 2325 Contral. J, H, CROMWELL SURGEON DENTIST, 888 Colline Street, Melbourne Hours--10 to 4. SAnd at Avondale Avenue, Chelsea. E, DOWNTON BUILDER and CONTRACTOR, ASPENDALE Estimates Given. Apply She...

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CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

CHELSEA A fire broke out last Friday after noon on Blaok's farm at about 5 pm, It swept rapidly through the pro. parties of Messrs Kennedy, Opie and Vincent, where it was eventually oheoked by the use of a potato dig ging machine to make a break. Chelsea and Aspendale firemen were in attendanoe, and a large number oi willing helpers. No serious damage was done, grass, stubble and fencing only being burnt. The flames ap proaohed within thirty ohaius of Mr Vincent's house and staoks. The following informntion will be interesting to peaceful oitizens, and a warning to the noisy section, visit. ors and otherwise. A look-up is being forwarded to the township by the police authorities, We regard this as progress, although of a sonme. what unpleasant nature, and it stands to the oredit of the Progress Assooia tion, The sum of £2750 has been al lotted for the purpose of providing a siding of the local railway station, We hesitate considerably to place 1 Minister of the Crown "in the itocks"...

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PLUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

F, UMPan, B~Io ,S. I9, Pain, Mordialloc.

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PIANOS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

J..I? Shepherd, MordialloS

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PAINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

PAINTERS. G. Monk, Cheltenham, A, Eastwood, Aspendale.

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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

ASPBNDALE, The fourth and final oonoert and •loture show run by the amusement committee of the Aspendale Fire Brigade, was held on Saturday night last in the Chalet pionio grounds, when we regret to report there was again only a small attendance to reward the efforts of the oommittee, and to recognise the artists' en deavors to provide entertainment. -l'he pioturos were again shown by the Independent Picture and Amuse mont Co,, to whom the fire brigade are indebted for their generous dona tion of the sum of £2 2s, to enable the liihilities incurred to be met. Mr 'Ths, Speeood, whose appearance on the platform was the signal for an outburst of applause, rendered two comio items, viz,, "The Agitator," and in response to a demand for an encore, "The. Swimming Master," M~r Norman Clough recited in good and efootive style, "The Dead Letter (tllce. A feature of the evening's programme was a turn by the Rag time Duo," two ohildren-a boy and a girl-who were auuounpeed as Imving hebon the re...

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

GENERAl. Chaff Works-J. L- Smith, Bent Motors-Motor Garage, Chelt. Poultry-Australian Incubating Farm, Mentone. Pigs-Griffiths, Cheltenhlam, Saw Mills.-J. and C. Oaudwell, Mentone. Watchmaker,-Chu, Cooper, Chel,

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WOOD & COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

WOOD & COAL. J. J. Fisher, Cheltenham. J, Burleigh, Chelsea. J, & C, Caudwell, Mentone.

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PRINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

PRINTERS. "New " Office, Cheltenham, Tel., Chelt. 21. SADDIER. R. Maxwell, Cheltenham. - ' "'"^ SINGING & ELOCUTION. Herr Foller, Mentone. TAILOR . Tainsh , Ijoc£Irle H. Fitzsimmons, Chelsea D. Ewen, City and Chelsea UNDERTAKERS. Rose Bros, Cheltenham. F, Powell, Sandriugham' -- - , , .'.:'·

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Treasure Revealed by Shadow. HOW A BEGGAR FOUND A FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

Treasure Revealed by Shadow. HOW A BEGGAR FOUND A. FORTUNE. Thoro has jus t died in Mantuna a farmer, named Annibalo Tosci who had booome a prosporous man without any effort, poersevoraneo, or toil. Anns bl.do, who was 04 at tho time of his death owed his success in lifo to guessing.a riddlo as mystorious as that of theo Sphinx, a riddle whioh tho citizons of Naples had tried to guess for forty years. In his will he tells the ro niantio story of his acquiroument of richos, It appears that about sixty years ago a wealthy and ecccentrio Fronohman died at Naplos, A few days boforo his death he ord ored the erection of the pillar on his land, wvhich ho had leased for mnoet, yearsr and ho dircotd that this pillar should bo kept in a state of prosorva. tiun after his death. On ;t was on gras od tho peculiar inscription: On tho first of May 1 have a goldon head. The following firt? of May, hbnd red~ of peop'~ camo and poored at tho. top of tha colunlt hopilig, at the vory Olto,, to dtl\lec...

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American View of British Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

American View of British Farming. Aia American, who recently \'isitoe ingland lhas nothing but praise Ior tlhe xural scones, the superb slsturci, andl high quality stock, both. purebred and grade, T'lhe hospiality of the people of rural Britain is without bountl, and in sayingl thati the Almerican onlv on domerscs colonial experienc, hiving said the nice thingse, the American gives someo practical critlisms on tho meth ods oft doing certain kinds of work on the flarnm, whioh do not come up to the Americanu, or even colonial standa'd, In Lanoaslhiro, hle saw men raking hlay They had a lumbering hlay-lako, oul of all proportion heavy, 'Two men were raking, They had two big, heavy horses. They wore going tandonm, A big man was riding the first horse, and a second man was drivinig the seoond horse, In America, a boy twevolve years old with a light horse and i light American sulky ralo would do as much as both those big men and big horses would accomplish. In other places he saw gangs of...

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LEGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

LEGAI4. R. Greene, Cheltenham Hi. C. Price, Mentone. r. Backhouse, City,.

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SO THEY MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

SO THEY MAtllIED. Tilhoy wore oiigagod. p'orl',pl h r irntod; porhiapa ho did it only for fuu. {uid hIt: "My darlng .Ithol, wlht would you say if I woro to toll you that. I camnot Inarry, youP" " would sriy, my dearet lovo- th?t 1 have-a big brothiir who wound mnalo it wvar for you, ndl thit I I-avo so01 of tho litlo. Hweotboarb - billots doux tlht would main it osponbivo for you, Gcorgo, doear." . , ''But, you lkrow, I hiyon 't ,nid it, "'I kuow you htllvan't, linly plt'. "'Io weu'll btter gout marriid, huid "I thirkl so, my prooeoua"

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MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

MILK. J. Hfenderson, Chelsea. ,A. . Opie, Chelsea A. T. Follett, Mentone, Ms Bartlett, Chelsea

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Items of Interest [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

Items of Interest samuel Robeorts, villago postman of Llanystumdwy, has retired after 89 years' servico. He has travelled 180,6 0 miles on foot through overy kind of weather, and is still halo and hearty, A police dog speedily vanquished an armed apache in Paris. The rulffian, drawing a rovolver, fire1 at a con. stable who was about to arrest him. The bullet flow wide, and the apache wa~d going to fire again, islen the ipolicemans a dog seized him by the oar, Soreaming with pain, the apache drop' pod the revolver, and was at onoc ,ap~turted. The Hamburg police authorities have made a regulation ordering tramway. car oonduotors, under penalty of lomng their licouenses, not to allow women wlth unprotectd hatpine to remain in thou oars. The police aro also ordered to tako the name Ind address of women with unprotected hatpins, who are liable to a fine of from £1 to £2, On the arrival at Plymouth recently of the HaIInburg.-miorika liner Imporao tor from Now York it was roported that dur...

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MEDICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

MUDICATz. Clements Tonic,

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WHEN AND HOW TO FILL THE SILO. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

WHEN AND HOW TO FILL THI SILO, s iu quality of alage is determined to a' great extent by the condition of the maize when cut and the care used in filling the ailo. Tho question of tl?eo proper thime to out maize and store in the allo has beeoon much discussed and studied. Experience and careful study of results show that the best silageo is made from maize that is out and put into the silo at the time the kernel dents and begins to harden, At this stage the maize has practically attained maturity(, and its full maturity is do voloped. This, of course, will do. pened to some degree on the kind of maize which is grown. Somo varieties of maize dent easier than others and care should be taken not to let the maize become too dry. Dry maizo fodder does not pack and exclude the air as well as that which contains a considerable amount of moisture, I1 the use of over-dry fodder cannot be avoided, its crsadvantages can be over comuoe, in a measure, by adding water, as the maize is put into th...

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New Use for Tomatoes [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

New Use for Tomatoes It is now possiblo (says, a Naples orroespondent) to buy a ,pound. of to matoes in a paper bag madoe from to mato skin and eat theml by the light of a lamp burning tomato oil. Hitherto there has been much waste in the conversion of tomatoe, into cat sup, paste and soup. ilhe ooseeds and skins hnvo bpon thrown away, bu~t now, after- much researoh in facorice at Naplos and Parma, the byproeduots are almost as valuable as the fruit it rsolf In this now procesoa, theo' rosiduo of seoeds and skins is droied in tho sun. T?hou the seoods ard crushed in a :hy draulio pres, when theoy yiold a lina .iid orango-yellow oil, wiich, despite its strong odor of tomuitoos, givos an .dorless, bright flame when burned in atlamp." "" " ,• . By:another prooeas, the skins of to matoos can be so troeated as tomake a tough quality of wrappiug aIiipor.

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NO MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 31 January 1914

NO MISTAKEIL . Thio managot" of a corrtLin coal comrn pariy know how to look aftor his pence. 1o iwas what is knowni and termed a hard nnd grasping man. "I[old on thoro, Bill,"i h shouted angrily one afteruoon to an enmloyu. *who was diiving out of theo yard. 'l'That coal oan't havo been weighed. It looks a trifle large for a ton to meo," "Tlhisr in't :a ton, bosis, shouted tBill, '"it's "two tons,' "Oilh, right you areo ill," said the Manager, much -mllied.. '.'Bl your nardoan, Bill, . Gto.headi B!l,"

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