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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
J, Burleigh, Thames Proment.de, ChELSEA, Cabs for hire, WOOD and GOAL delivered in any qu itn iter. Best Box Blocks at city Prices Orders for Carting atlte ded to pruniplly. CHAs. CoOiR WATCOHM KER and JEWEl L'ER, 114 Elizabeth 8treet, telburne. City Chambers, First Flat,. Pr ivale Address- Farm Road,.Ohellenham Oder .ay Ie; left ,al in3tl's, Che:tenhami Io dialluu VWood, Highett Mrs. A. Bartlett, WOODLANDS DAIRY, ARGYLE AVENUE, Chelsea. B?EGS to notify the public that she hes o;ened a DAIRY at the above ad. trees. Fresh Millk delivered twice daily Cream a ways on hand MRS A. RICH Dressmaker Centre Dandenong Rd. CtELTENII \M W. RICH, C'NTJIACTOR AND CA RTI1R Centre Dandenong Rd, CHELTENIJAM Builders' Materia Carted; F. H. Powell, Builder and Gontractor, House Painter 'and ,Sgnwriter, Contracts taken, Estimates given Local Agency of Guardian Assurance Company. Berry Avenue, Chelsea F. J. Jones's General Store, CHELSEA. Orders called for and delivered punctually. We want your patronag...
BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
BUTCHERS, J. W, Perriu, Chelsea W. C. Bumpstead, Heatherton J. Webb, Mordialloc. A. Poynton, Mordialloc. Paice Bros, Mentone. H. Hewett, Cheltenham, J. Beazley, Cheltenham. A. Marks, Carrum .. . . . . . l
SELECTING FARM SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
SELECTING FARM SEEDS, The -importaneoo of obtaining clean seed of pure variety and true to typo is part of the business connected with farmiing that allects the farmers in. come to a very great extent, yet thero are mnany farmers who seldom, if ever; givo this important matter (duo con sidleration, We often hear farmers say that if they knoew what field or what ground the seed twas grown on as to be able to make sure that ther3 are no noxious weeds or other im purities in the sample, he, the farnimr, will not mind givingt a little inoro per bushel for his secd. Yet ho (dres not filako it his business to visit the partioular fields on which it is grown, which, noeedless to say, are often within easy reach of him. Tlim majority of farmers know, or should know, the utter' importance of sowing seeds of pure variety and freo from noxious weeoods. But in spite of . this fact there are many, even amongst those who are in possession of such' know ledge, who do not pay enough atten tion to t...
BUILDERS Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
BUI1DERS Etc. 9, Burdett, Aspendale, J. H. Jefferson, Brighton. W. M, Billings, Carrum, W. Grundy, Mentone, J. Williamson, Chelsea. W. Adams, Mordialloc . UH. Powell, Chelsea G.and A. Coates, Chelsea C. Brain, Chelsea 9 Downton, Aspendale
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
MORDIALLOC. Apparently residents and sub scribers to the Mechanics' Institute are perfectly satisfied with the com. mittee of management. The annual meeting was, called for last Friday, but the attendance thereat was so small .that tholse pr~oent rnfely° formed themiolves into a comLtittoe, and approved of the balance sheet. The details of assets and liabilities were given as follows :-Liabilities- To E.S and A. bank overdraft, 31st December, 1913, £214 Os Id; Sutton and Co., balance due on piano, £3 19s 2d; trustees' account, amount ex. pended in purchase of buildings and land (k1451 8s 5d, less 5 per cent depreciationa for wear and tear of books,furniture and piano),£1431 15s 4d; revenue .account, amount at credit, /£68 19s 4d; total, £1718 13s Ild. Assets-Real estate, value of land, with brick building for institute and hall, oottage and improvements contiguous thereto, as at 31st Decem ber, 1913, £1335 ; piano and cover, less 5 per cent. depreciation, £72 4s, chairs, forms, furn...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
:-JORABBINj Several members of the Metro politan Fire Brigade Board paid a visit of inspection on Thursday re garding a suggested lire station. Amongst the visitors were Messrs H. B. I~eo, S, Manger, and Sir Henry Kellett. They were accompanied by several counoillors and mot by Messrs White, Sicklomore, and Cullin. Very little discussion ensued as, the Board intimated that they would 'require at least 100 feet frontage to the main road; this was regarded by residents as impraoctiable, In reporting the matter at a subsequent meeting Mr Sioklomore stated that the Board in sisted upon a frontage to the main road. He was of the opinion that the counoil was not in sympathy with the idea and were in league with the board, Mr P. White suggested that the library committee alight forego a certain amount of their Nepean. road frontage, if the council would grant them an equal area facing soath-road. A fire station would be a deooided acquisition to the township, and the idea was worth conside...
Electric Light Supply ASPENDALE, CHELSEA, CARRUM. No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Electric Light Supply ASPENDALE, CHELSEA, CARRUM, No. 4, In his Mid-Victorian Memoirs, Mr R, E. Franoillon states that what would surprise a person who awoke to.day after having been asleep for 70 years would be Light. The lights of a city, the lights of the average house. Mr Franuillon could hardly have meant this district. Seventy years ago, or even fifty, wax dips and snuffers were the most up-to-date appliances, then came the dirty, smelly, smoky paraffin lamps, which was followed in turn by gas flares. But to-day the awakened Victorian is dazzled by electric lights that make the night as bright as midday. If our early Victorian friend were to wake up in the townships of Aspendale, Carruni or Chelsea he would be inclined to fancy that pro gress had gone back a few years, rather than forward, for after dark the only lights that appear at pre sent tend to emphasise the darkness rather than dispel it, The advent of an electio light supply would alter all this. The greatest gift to ...
Will U B There? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Will U B There ? [Notifeiations under this heading are charged at the rate of is for one insertion of three lines (about 18 words), is Od for two insertions, or free of charge when the printing therewith is executed at "The Nowa" office. The publisher reserves the right to out down any notice exceeding three lines], Fob: 7--Monthly meeting of Progress As. soolation, Aspendale, 8 p.m. ,7 - Grand concert, Congregational church, Chelsea, 8 p.m. ,, 8-Methodist church, anniversary, Mordialloo, 11 a um, 3 and 7 pm ,, l--Tea and publio meeting, Method ist Hall, Mordialloo, 6 80 p in ,,15--Diamond Judileo, Methodist church, Aloorabbin, 11 a mi, 3 and 7pm ,, 17--Diamond Jubilee, conversaziono, Methodist ohurch, JMoorabbin 8 ,, 10-Market Gardeners' pionic ,, 20-Juvenle Concert, Mechanics' hall, Mordialloo, 8 p m. ,, 24-A N A Smoke night, Petorson's Cafe, Mentone, 8 p m ,, 20-Euchlre tournament, recreation hail, loentono, 8 p a The recently formed resorve com. mittee at Oarrum have ?ade a visi...
Aspendale Methodist Church FIRST ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Aspendale Methodist Church FIRST ANNIVERSARY. 'The , first anniversary of the above Church, Edithvale road, was celebrated on Sunday, 25th inst. The "Rev, Dr Morley preached two able sermons, one in the morning at 11, and another in the evening at 7, He was listened to on both ocoasions with great attention by large aud. ienoes. On Monday evening, 26th (Foundation Day), a concert and fruit soiree was held in the church, Mr F, J. Cato presided over a large audience. The interior of the church presented a most inviting appearance, two tables running the whole length of the building were laden with an abundance of soft drinks, fruits, etc., and tastefully decorated with flowers. The procoodings were commenced with the well known hymn, "Oh, for a thousand tongues," after which Mr Uyton, in introducing Mr Cato, said he was always pleased to have him in the district. He was a great help to them in church matters, and always willing to help in the cause of his Master, (Applause,) Mr Cato w...
MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
MOORABBIN SHIRE COOUNCIL Monday, 2nd February. Present--The President (Cr B J. Ferdinando), Crs Scudds, White, Kelly, Brownfield, Smith, Marriott, Mills, Shields, Eggleston, Small and Burgess. The business sheet was somewhat. smaller tlian usual, and the pro ceedings terminated witain reason able hours, viz., 6.30 p.m. till 9 p.m. CORRESPONDENCE. From Brighton 9quncil, com plaining of drainage from "'Castle field," South-road. - Referred to inspector for report, and to be informed that on a previous inspec tion everything was found to be in perfect order. From Railway Department, stat ing that it was not practicable to form another footpath across the line at M1oorabbin station.--Re. ceived. From same, re erection of signal box at Hampton station.-Re ceived. ( From Manager Gasi.Works, as to water supply to Convalescent Home.--Received. ?trom Mrs Hubble,' Mentone, ap plying for registration of her pre mises in Commercial-road as a private hospital.--Refeted to health officer for repo...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (Dy ."Ambroaine.") Tho skirt is going to hall-mark the dress-is, in faot, doing this now. I can only offer .one opinion: that the spring-spread hip is going to be con domned by all except extroemists. Hav ing said that I glance at thoe blouso--I rotor to the dominating noto. In this department we have everything that is beautiful, and very little that calls for condemnation. The frill has grown 'likeo a flower--bud to bloom. Bit by bit the Medici has expanded till we are, one remove from an Irregularly formed ruff. Tho swelled front, which is outlined with a frill is to be exploited, frill to short sleeve in keeping, or to longer in the form of an hour-glass. The designers the other side .of the world are nothing if not resourceful to names, The wrist-frill which is drawn in at contre witlh ribbon, is very aptly described. Buttons are an oteotra we shall see in loss striking form. While plenty may be used either i r use or decoration, they will be of much reduced s...
State of the Tides [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
State of the TIdes High tide for the ensuing week will be as follows: Sunday ..10,45 ...11,18 Monday , .,,11.56 ., - Tuesday ..,18.36 ... 118 Wednesday ,,, 1.59 ... 2.87 Thursday ... 3,11 ... 3,41 ,Priday ... .4.9 .. 4.84 Saturday ;.. 4.57 .. 5.18 Low tide can be estimated at about half way between the times mentioned on any one day, --"Tti not in mortals to command success, lut we'll do more, Scmprotus, we ll deserve It, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
FOP Saieo BREEDING STOCK, drakes, cookerel& now ready, white Leghorns, Indian Runners, Pokins, Musoovys, imported blood, Orderi now being taken for early ducklings and chicke, from day old up wards. Settings. Largest incubating plant in Australasia. Write catalogue, eto. Proprietors, ROGERS and HOUG. KINSON. * AUSTRALIAN INCUBATING FARM, Point Nopean Road, Mentonoe, RIME Snokers and Slips. GRIFFITH Argues t. and Moorabbin rd, Cholteon hamn, _ ___" ~_ ' IREWOOD.-2ft firewood, dry, and sound, 40s per truck. M, Clements, Frankston. ')ONY, quiet, also young roosters und I Muscovy ducklings. Turner, Flin. ders-street, Cheltenham. "' OUNG Roosters, for table, yunr pick, . from ls eaoh, must be cleared by Monday. Jorgen Anderson, Boundary road, Mordialloo, WHITE Onion Seed, saved from the T very beat strain, and grown at Mornington Junction, 20s per lb., im mediate delivery. N. Olements, Warragul road, Oakleigh. Phone 55 Oakleigh. SACRES of reclaimed swamp land, 41 less than one mi...
Central Business College. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Central Business Collego,- --We di. root attention to an alteration in the advertisement regarding this institu tion, Tom Smith's Tomato Sauce,-An advertisement will be found else. where regarding this choice edible. Hiouseholders are urged to ask for it and take no other, F'rom our know. ledge of the artiole this is good advice, Auction Sales.--W, P Fairlam, in con. junction with M. S Lannan, advertise a sale by auction at " Nollerio," Cheltonham, on Wednesday next at 2 30 p in The list includes a very large assortment of house. hold furniture, poultry and sundries, On Thursday, the ,12th inst,, the same aco tioneer holds two sales, one near Moorabbin Station (timber, iron, sheod, eto.), the other in South-road (horses, lorries, drays, tank, oto, School Committeos,--The current term (3 years) for which the present school com. mittees wore oeooted expires very shortly, and an election for now committees takes place at all schools in the State oji 2nd March, Dontistry,--Owing to the ...
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Terribly I Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY' ANNABEL GRAY., OHAPTER I. MR1, ANI) MllS. BLAOKADDER, , My nature is subdued ,To what it works in, like the dyer's hand, Pity me, then, and .wish I yore re nowed, Nover *as thereo suoh an array of .babies, and of all the depressing sights that can greet' the oyes of a political economist, a modern philosopher, or a pensivo, studont of humanity, suroly the vision of twenty helpless infants-the greater portion deserted by their par ents-is about tlio most distressing, *They word not only a puzzle and a problem to sooinal reformors, good Chris. tians, and politicians, but what was worse for their souls and bodies, were probably dostined to become a perfect nuisance to society. ' Who cared il they lived 6r died? *Would they not ultimately constitute the rank and file of the ar'my of mar tyrs.-that great phalanx of victims who fill our gaols, unions, and asylums. Mrs,. Blaokaddor, under whose tender care these lost lambs were securely plac ed, know ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Herr Karl FOLLER, and Prau Ledwina FOLLER, SINGING, GERMAN and FRENCiH LANGUAGES, AT ALLAN'8,.. COLLINS STREIT, CITY, AND MENTONE, Harold C, Price, 0 SOLIGITOR, Mentone Para e, Mentone, Commissioner of the Supicmu Court for taking Aflidavits, ,, TRUST MONEYS TO LEND .,..., MR. CHAS. RATTRAY DENTIbT De.rtistry in all' its I-ranches carelhIly 'nd promptly carried out. Town Addiess: i3t Collins-street TeleAh.ine t?77, Local Address: Charman Road "bol. .:aham HOURS Evenings-7 till 8 Wednesda)a and Saturdays-- 2 till 6 Thomas Backhouse, - LL., - BARRIBTER ana SOLIOITOR, Commercial Bank Chambers, 8390 COLLINb ST., MELBOURNK, and at Carrum and Chelsea, attendl Cheltcnham Court by appointment Commissioner of the Suprema,t'ourl for teking alffidavits, Tel, 4637, cent T. WEBSTER, L.D.S, Licentiate Denutal Surgery, N,A,C.D, DENTIST, MAIN STtHI'ET, MOPDIALLOC, Can be consulted rny day or evening, H, FOREMAN DRAPER, CHARMAN 0OAD, CHELTENIHAM A-very special shipment of LINOLEUMS just to hand - Ca...
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES Four Rink. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES Four Rink, Malvern-Caulfleld v Mentone Three Rink. Elsternwick District v Mentone Mordialloo A v Cheltenham A S M O C v Mordlalloc B The championship of the Mordi alloc club for this season was played off on Tuesday last between Messrs T. M'N. Millar and P. Judd, the latter winning by five points. The game was a vety fine exhibition. Judd ran away at the outset, at the fifteenth end the scoring card read : Judd 25, Millar In. Millar then settled down to business in real earnest, and at the 28th end the card showed :-Judd 25, Millar 23. A cluster of three, secured by Judd at the 29th end, practically decided the game in his favor, as Millar was only able to add by the time Judd reached 31. The final scores were : Judd 31, Millar 26. Cheltenham B, having a walk over from Glenferrie Hill for next Saturday, have now completed the second round of pennant games, with the honors of premiership :for their section. They will require to hold themselves in readiness for some ...