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AUSTRALIA—A SEA-NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
AUSTRALIA-A SEA-NATION. Australians' 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 experlb ment on the embryo sea-prowess of the inhabitants, As usual, it is tha 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, . . I , . , . . The wharfs are filled with large ocean-going liners, and the visitor is impressed with the many vessels pro sumably, in communication 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 .wakening comes when he learns ' that the pala tial steamers which he credited with a round-the world run are in reality Australia's coastal fleet. These 10,000, ...
TROPICAL DISEASES RESEARCH WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
TROPICAL DISEASES RE. S:ARCH WORK. The extreme isolation and the hot climate of Northern and Central Aus tralia tend to make that portion of" the Commonwealth peculiarly liable to attack by tropical and sub-tropl cal diseases, Until quite 'lately medi cal research .in these districts has been unknown. Many old and some new diseases have lifted their ominotsi heads and flourished, with very,' little challenge from science or humanity. That dread scourge,, enteric fever, has clainied riore than its: fair share of the young. bloodof the country; while malarial. fever, ague, and many more ills of the flesh pursued their way unmolested, In addition to these home enemies, the daily increasing communication with many Eastern ports, opens yet another door of at tnck ;and ,when iunknown and: subtle perms in~inuate' their entrance into -Australia:ýthe" 'medical fraternity will have yet aiiother problem to tackle. This.danger has been realised by' Australia'ns, and, the necessity for ac curate...
LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS. Brighton District. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
LAST SATURDAY'S RESU-LT? Brighton District " First Grade, Trinity, 152 and one for 22, beat Brighton Union, 88 and '82,by nine wickets and 3 runs, Elsternwick A N.A,, 270, beat Sandringham, 90. Cheltenham, 179 (Bridgborn 51, Tuck 40, Ohandler 35, Rose 21 not out), beat Brighton Congregationals 171, by 8 runs. Second Grade, Sandringanm Presbyterians, 129, beat Holy Trinity, 88, by 41 on the first innings, Elsternwick Methodists, '(4 and 79, beat Brighton Congregationals. 42 and, 73, by 38.
Caulfield-Moorabbin. "A" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Caulfleld-Moorabbin,. "A"Grade,. Fast Caulfield, 146 and 125, beat Oakleigh, 96, by 50. on first in nings. "'St, George's, 104, beat Murrum beena, 66 and 106, by 38 on first innings. "B" Grade. M'Kinnon, 89, beat East Caul field, 26 and 60, by an innings and 3 runs East Malvern Presbyterians, 186, beat Malvern District, 125, by 41 on first innings Mentone, 154 (Rogers 59, Fitz simons 27, Scudds 27), v Carnegie, 154 and 88 (Scudds six for 53, Fitz simons two for 13). Oakleigh, 182 and six for 136, beat Glenhuntly, 126, by 59 runs on first innings. The Mentone cricket club play South Melbourne next Wednesday at S.M.C.G. at 2 p.m. Mentone play McKinnon on the Mentone Recreation Ground to-day asfd-next Saturday. Picnics have hired the grounds for both these days, but mutual arrangements have been made so that the cricket match which commences at 3 p.m, will not interfere with the'picnicers. A general meeting of members of the Mentone cricket club was held at Peterson's cafe last Tuesday...
CHELTENHAM B v. S.M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
CHEILTNHAM B v. 8,MC,O. Barnett, J. Monk, L, Woff, Foreman ... 30 - BS,MO,C ... ,,. - 1 Moorhouse, Soullin, E,.Barnett, M'Swain .,, ·.1 - SM,C, ,, ... ,, - 22 LoPago, Ii. Woff, Fairbank, Roynolds . 26 - S,M.i.. ... ... . ... - 16 77 58
Four Rink. MENTONE v. MALVERN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Four Rink. MENTONE v. MALYVI ' Thurling, .Townaend, Coffoy, Lannan . . ... 38 Malvern ,, , - 14 T II Townsed, S Townso'id, Molonoy ... ... 34 Malvorn ....., - WJ Shoedy, Caudwell, E. ~Iolonoy, Peppor , ,, ... 34 Malvorn • t ... 34 Scudds, Scantleb.t ;1, J iudw1ell, - Jordan ,, .. ,,, 20 - Malvern .. .. - 25 126 .74
Dandenong Shire Council Wednesday, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Dandenong Shire Council Wednesday, January 28. Present-Ors Harris (president), Groves, Ablott, Pearson, Burden, M'Quade, Rain, M'LIeod and Audsley. CORRESPONDENCE. From W. S, Keast, M.L.A,, re Governrment grant towards erection of latrines on foreshore.-hReceived, From Chief Commissioner of Police, re police patrols on foreshore. -Received,. From heon. sec. Heatherton Dis trict Progress Association, drawing attention to Cheltenham-road, be. tween Mr Bennett's and the !Boun. dary-road, also requesting that something be done to level crossing end of Tootal-road before winter comes on,-To be attended to. From hon. sec.. Chelsea Progress Association, fovwrv~jing copy of a resolution passed)?y the association ie. water schemne,, viz,, "That this association request t-o Dandenorg council to push forward a scheme of water supply for this and con tiguous districts, without delay." Or Groves detailed the result of a meeting held at Frankston (as reported recently).--Letter to be sent to conf...
MORDIALLOC B v RICHMOND UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
MORDIALLOC B'v RIUHMOND UNION. Peuk, Gihour, Manning, Organ 25 - Riohmond Union . - 23 Mf'Swain, AthnTore, Shelly, c 'Lording ... .., ... 21 - Richmond Union . .,, - 17 W\\. Coleman, Peako, Davie, M'Cheane.,, ... 23 - Riohmond Union ... ... - 21 60 611
ANTIDOTE TO SNAKEBITE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
ANTIDOTE TO SNAKEBITE. ------+--- All through Australia, countrymen when doing their work, are daily risking death by snakebite, Although the effect of many indigenous specl mens are not deadly, the majority are at least extremely dangerous-as a glance, at the year's fatalities will show. Snake charmers, also, who have become nmmerous, and who claim to possess a sure cure, the use of which will completely counteract the poleson occasionally are discovered to be false prophets. Only lately, both in Sydney .-and Melbourne, a member of this profes sion paid the penalty of over-confi drnce in his discovery, It is alleged that a certain herb growing in the Iliverina district is a specific, and no less an authority than Morrissey claims to have discovered it, The plant is well-known to the blacks, and the story runs that the iguana when bitten during combat with a snake,, retires from the bat tlefield, .eats a little of the-herb, and returns unharmed to the charge. Mor rissey heard this l...
MORDIALLOC A v MENTONE B [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
MORDIALLOC A v MfENTONJI B Miller, Maoartney, Lyndon, Lording ; ... ... 20 - Mentone -, 29 Judd, Droop, White, Jolhnton, 30 Mentone ,,.10 Anderson, Balfe, Coleman, M'Phate ' ... - 30 Montone .... -- 24 89 63
FOOD and WATER CONSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
FOOD and WATER CONSER. VATION. Taken as a whole Australia is very backward in adopting moans to re sist the effects of the dry season, which is a. foregone conclusion in the cycle of the years. The abundant "rains which fall in tropical Australia during the wet season simplifies matters immensely, and a little enterprise and foresight would place settlers beyond the reach of danger, As so often happens, the rain has fallen only just in time to save the situation; and' the heavy downpour over so large a portion of Queensland :at Christmas time, wrought an almost fabulous' change in the pastoral and agricultural pros pects, Although, through .its inter-' vention, the farmers' season seemhed secure, the enormous evaporation has counteracted the benefit bestowed, and now grave anxiety is felt as to the probability of another dry, spell induly taxingr their resources, lEvery.sason brings this doubt, and yet our agriculturists delay taking the obvious and very simple means of attaining se...
Gardeners' Picnic HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Gardeners' Picnic HANDICAPS ExsPLoYzas RACio W. Dwyer 2 yards A. Patterson 2 ,, W. Bennett 4 ,, C, Hall 8 ,, i A. . Thorne 8 ,, E. A. Carson 8 ,, F. J. Dootor 8 J.JR. Robertson. 9 F. J. Burgess 9 . F, Hansen . 10 ,, H, Conlon 10 ,, M, G, Cup, C, Andrews 2 yards A. Andrews 2 , J. Foster 2 ,, .J B. Cooper 2 N. W, Chewers 4 E, L, Grant 5 ,, G, Garrett 6 ,, W. F. Hussey 6 ,, M. Agam 6 ,, H. B. Grant 6 ,, E. L. Kitchen 6 ,, F. E. Smith 6 ,, T, H, Doherty 7 W. J, Horner 7,, G. Jones 8 ,, A. Phillips 10 , 0. Roberts 10 ,, J, J. Pout 10 'R Halliday 10 0. Hall 10 ~ Novtao BIxa. (All Scratch). M. ,R Carson T. Armstroni_ A,. Adams E. M. Leasing H. Richards W, B. Tyers D. A. M?or isen B. Hardner C. W. Wadsley D. J. Ryan A. Hardner J Stone C. Smith OPrN Bast. A. Hutchinson Scratch. T. Hendricks T W. Wilson 50 yards H, Watt 80 ,, D. A. Morrison 90 ,, J. Watt 120 ~ A. Adams 140 ,, A. Feilder 140 T. Armstrong 140 ,, U. W. Wadsley .140. ,, 'I R, Carson. .100 ,, . B, Hardner 160. ,, J. Stone 250 ,, E...
CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
CARRUM Mr C W M'Lean and his wife had a narrow escape from serious injury recently. They were driving towards home in their motor, on their right driving side. When under the rail. way bridge at Mordialloo, a young horse, driven by a Cheltenham horse breaker, was startled by a train pass ing overhead and dashed right into the motor. Th9 glass wind shield was smashed to pieces, and the side of the motor car seriously damaged. Mr and Mrs M'Lean, and the driver of the horse fortunately sustained no injury. The repairs necessary to the motor will cost ,15. Mr McLean. states that no one was to blame, and no action will be taken
THE RESURRECTION HOPE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Tm RmIRBWYTION HO,'i By PASTOR RUSSELL, Text: "Comfort one ,Iother with tnose words."--I. Thess. iv. 18, One of the wonder. Iful things about the IBible and the Clhris tianity founded upon the Bible's temailnhn is the fact thlat it coln. ,tailn so much11111 sym 'pathy-comfort ft' the bereaved, the sorrowing, the troub Jed. This is not trm: 4f IanV other book PASTOY RltlýL3ý ur ally other tI tligio n ill the to l I. t Ini' is there that dnes not at some tinue ill It Ilted sy'mpathy, need olel:oura emiIei, ilnc iI powerful and loving fletnd, suiih its 1.,' Ilble l t?sstl?d 1i our li d .is to all ?v, will iccept ]lis favul'? litu our great Aitve sury, S?titl, Ltle,,1 to ulltl.e lii;t ippilt ' dlilk uind tilte till'; le l alippei' litgi , tie l i5h . Lw, I..i,' tll tl',tiii' .ull;t?. of i?,.t i o"1, I. I lt y trly great de l .ee I l vie r do ill s)i il..uie lblit .tll'v cl. r; illt , 'i , its is 1. i ce ti )' Wy.i t ieeds of ii i nI 'l on? I ll 1, 1'i t it.l 1.1 .u ull"r Iel1ds, I i nt ...
MARKET REPORTS AND SALES. Dandenong, Tuesday Feb. 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
MARKET REPORTS AND SALES. Dandonong, Tuesday Feb, 3rd. Dairy Cattle-A good supply of milkers and springers which experienced a sharp rise, the demand being very keen, and excellent prices were realised. Best milkers £9 10s to £12 7s 6d ; extra to £16 10s-the latter price being obtained for two nice Jersey heifers (first calf), the property of Mr H. Kolhnorgan, of Clayton (210 10s and £13 respectively ; medium, ?6 10s to £8 10s; best springers, ?7 to £9 10s; medium, 45 to ?6 10s ; Fat cows to ?8 7s 6d, Pigs- A good supply of all descriptions, Baconors and porkers firm at fully late rates, Stores and suckers a lot easier. Baconers, best to £4 7s, good to f3 15s; best porkers 42s to 48s, good 38s to 41s, light to 36s; stores to 27s 6d; slips to 22s; suckers 8s Od to. 16s. Calves-A good supply and probably the dearest market on record, Best 50s to 62s, good 40s to 45s, medium 30s to 36s, good light 23s to 30s, others from 8s,
The Local Paper [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
-The Local "Paper A correspondent, in sending along a cheque for his account, writes : I can't afford to drop it, I find it doesn't pay To do without a paper, However others may. I hate to ask my neighbors To give me theirs on loan ; They do not say, but mean it, " Why don't you buy your own P" You can't tell how we miss it, If it, by any fate, Should happen not to reach us, Or come a little late. Then all is in a hubbub, And things go all awry, And Printer, if you were married, You'd know the reason why, The ohildren want their-stories, And wife is anxious, too, At first to glance it over, And then to read it through, Aqd I to read the locals, And con thu latest news, And scan the correspondence, To learn other people's views, I cannot do without it, It is no use to try, I'The other people take it, And, Printer, so must I. 1, too, must keep me posted, And know what's going on, Or fool and be accounted A fogey simpleton,