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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
BOOTS. Latest Style and Quality. Marshall's Latest Ox-blood Bals, 21s Wallaby Bals, bogo toes, 15s 6d Glazed Kid Bals, 18s 6d. Box Calf, 18s .?. Woman's Ox.blood Shoes, 14s 6d Woman's Ceurt Shoes, Kismets, 14s 6d J, M. GILMOUR, BOOTSELLER AND MORDIALO C. Phone, 41 Chelt, iCoachbuilder and General Blacksmith -LORRIES A SPECIALI fY rFOTHING 5ETTER?ON VHEEL JN W, GEORGg, 549-51 Church Street, Richmond Phon' Windsor 2447 "There's Just ^ Time for a Drink" at t .. HILL'S MORDIALLOC / HOTEL , Telephune, 12 Chelt, Telephone 66, Local Exchange. Say! . ,? -here's a bit o' luck!! Read this through-- -" You'll think so, tool ABBOTT & MASON, "Direct I?©a?eos Gioonir, Da~uPiar, D1,ar P9o0ouw, & hMentone Parade ..V1O.VJIJO, O " I oc/ ):S tion F. dJ. Newton, House and Estate Agent, S 121 Chelt. Mordialloc Phon 121 hel , " Cheltenhim Hairdressing Saloon C. E. BENNETT Noted for cleanliness. Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Cigars, etc., at City prices. Razors ground and set. Aspendale Boot...
CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Cl I ELT ENHAM Special services were held at the Church of Christ last Sunday, when collections were received in response to appeals on behalf of the Home Mission Work. : The total received was £20 13s., id, which was an increase on tbO previous year of £4, Mr A. P. "Wilsba preached at the evetsin; RO i t1 Vn- the subject of '! The iuspiratio? of the Bible" to i largoe and intorof od audience. The kindergarten class, recently formed in connection with this church, has increased so rapidly that no more children can be admitted, until extra accommodation is found. Before Messrs Burgess and Penny, J,'sP, on Wednesday at the Police Court, Thomas Pearson was con victed of two charges of unlawfully entering the promises of Rev T Qninn and Mrs Reonshaw at Men tone. He was sentenced to two months' hard labor on each charge .Inspector Butler obtained the fol lowing verdicts for permitting cattle to wander-P Flynn 58, H Potts 5s, W Grundy Os, J C Howell 5s-W Short was fined 10s for using ob."...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 February 1914
Moorabbin CoOperative Society, LIMITE D Largest Stores in the District. POINT NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone, i8 Chelt, Cash p cesalowest in the trade. Cash. bonus paid on all your purchases half-yearly. Call and get particulars. Best White Sugar, 2sd per lb, as 4d, doz Best 15o test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 3s aid tin. Best Sago, Tapioca, 2d lb; Is 9d doz., Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, 21d lb, ea 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s gd doz, Flour, 251bs paper, 2a 41d, 5olbs 4s gd. 251bs calico, as 6d, Solbs 5s Our own Special Blend Teas, is is 3d, Is 6d Lowest Market Rates for Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, Barley Meal, Peameal, ksranning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshire Heros), Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other produce, RosE B.vos., &.ltFURNISNHING UNDERTAKERS,. OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Funerals Conducted inlany part of the District, Coaches Supplied ,.....TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM EXCHANGE...... REYNOLDS BROS NEW LIST ...
APPLE EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
APPLE EXPORTS. F'ruitgrowers, vwhlo export apples tp Plurope, will be interested in some sta tistits compiledl by Mr Tlhos. loss Walkoer, regarding the natual results of shipments made last season from Tas mania undor the private marks of individual orohardists, 1The opeorar tions ,of 20 small growors, ranging in quantity from 111 to 80 ceases, and aggregating 6100 cases for tliihe season, gavo a not return on Hobart,wharf of 6/10 to 9/9 per caso. Sixty .even other growers exported between them 82,405 nand tlheir individual, avuarnao not reo torn for the season on .lot-a wlhivf rangecd from 8/9 to 5/9 poer, caseO. It muswt bu roa'umbored that Tasmanian apples na a rule do iot seloil in Europlo at such high pricesH as thoso fromn the mail land of Australia, T'his evidence toeds to shlow that small lines of well seleotcd and oarofully.packltcd apples realise more money than timhe same class of fruit in largo qluantities. Buyors apparently are pro~parlc to pay a eon sidcerablo l,mamitu...
CREAM IN HOT WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
CREAM IN HOT WEATHER, Hoards )luiryman say,.:-In order to mnako good butter in the summor it is necessary to takeo the very best of onreu of cream while it is being saved for a churning. Neglect to do this is per. Ihps one of the chief causes of voor butter in the snumerar. . Iutter trom properly kept inld ripened orease will ave a more desirable flavor, it will keeopl sweet longer," and bring a high or price in any market. Naturally, the first cssential is to talul proper care of the milkl in tho stablo and separating room. It must he kept away from undesirableo odours, if tainnts ard not wanted in the but ter, 1t is piofoiablo to skin, a riather heavy cream in loit weather, one test iiig a bout 35 per cemt, It ought to be skimmed ibeforo tihe milk has cooled or sot aroumnd for any longth of time., neio of the hirt essentials is to cool ib as soon' (lfter Ecpnrlation as pos sible, When it can bhe arlranged, a dcs'irable method is; to have the cream can set in a. tank of ice water, ...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
WOMHEN'S INTERESTS (Lly "Ajobrusino, ") One of the maust useful things any wOlilan ocall i)os:oss in her wardrobo Is a baisqoue bodico or lace coatco mounted or ninon, which always gives such a soft effect;. To this niny be added two sets of collais and cull's one of black velvet, with whioli she should wear a silk flower at the waist, and the other of white satin, Ihmstitolled, to be fin. islhed with a buaichll of lilies of the val Icy., Neck wear is imnporinant; and at pro. sent tIany delightfulI little items can bho bounglht so cheaply that no one nioced look: dowdy at the throat, Indeed, neovor I think in fashion's varied car'oor have soi many dainties Iheen ready for inibxponsiv, and inmcdinte purclIse on tho part of the woman who wants to look smart.. Muchll old-faslhioned jewellery can be turned to ,other uses than that for which it was originally ilitondcd; and our mid-Victorian gralndparonts would probably be rather scandalised at tlhe rev-rlent way in wlhich we destroy and...
BRITISH FOOD IMPORTS. DEOLINING SUPPLIES EVER-GROWING MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
BRITISH FOOD IMPORTS. DEOILINING SUPPIMES EVER-G WIWNG MARKETS The report of the Board of Agrioul turl on the faorm' products ilnportcd into Greait Britain gives an impreossive idea of the value of that counitry is a noarket for Moir supplies of mneat, ut telr, oh'eese, 'wool, fruit, grain, or for anything useful which our settlers can i'raise I'rolm the -geoiol'ous soil of thisi Do. Iniinion. The averag a nnual value of agnri cultural commodities of all kinds nn iorted into Great Britain during thle last five years is given as £028,811,000, and the increase over the samo period twenty years nago is no less than 098,3851,000, lIThe report dlealimig with meat shows that Gareat il'itaiil now imports no less than 21,203,000 cwt. of meat during the year, and consumcs 32,052,0001 oe., raised by British farmners, making a total of 53,255,000 cwt. equal to 181lb per head of poopulatin ..During the last twelvo arsatl ,ht,~r' ha'y. hoen an increase in/cohbimption 'f:i 'f250,000 owt., of iwli...
BUILDERS Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
BUIIDLRS Etc. R, Burdett, Aspendale, J. H. Jefferson, Brighton. W. I,. Billings, Carrum, W. Grundy, Mentone, J. Williamson, Chelsea, W. Adams, Mordialloc F. H. Powell, Chelsea G?and A. Coates, Chelsea C. Brain,Chelsea te Downton, Aspendale A Jago, Chelse Pattison and Cormon, Mordialloc BUTCHERS, J. W. Perrin, Chelsea W, C, Bumpstead, Heatherton J. Webb, Mordialloc, A. Poynton, Mordialloc. Paice Bros, Mentone. H. Hewett, Cheltenham. J. Beazley, Cheltenham, A. Marks, Carrum
TURNIPS AND NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
TURNIPS AND NITROGEN, Mr Thomnas Jamieson, Director of the Agricultural Research Association of Scotland, has made a careful con sideration of 'tho turnip, which ex perience and experiment show does not require artificial nitrogen, but is spec ially supplied With means for fixing the neceassiry qualtlies of this element from the open airi The rape plant Ihas a structuro practically ideontifici~l with the turnip. The special examin lion of the turnip and rape wbas brought ,about from the fact that a better crop of oats was soured after ploughing rape than resulted from oats. after clover. In this connection, Mr Jamicson declares, "Not to carry tlhe turnip leaves off the field cannot be too strongly repeated. The benefit to the succeedling crop is well-known, thougl it was not rcalised that the absorption ol nitragen was by the leaves, and that provision of this ele mont to the succccdipg crop is thu exr planation. The turnip shows in a dried plant'per 100 parts 2.25 of nitrogen. the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Caudwell's SAW AND LIOULBING MILLS, 1I1nt1on1 & llordlialoD J, & C. CAUD\VELL botw to an. r:nllnceO that they htiva just oreettd at :heir Montonu Timnber Yard. a thuroughly up.t,-dnto Srw and Moulding Mills, and gro now, pro paved to do all classes or Planing' Moubling, BUoiich . and BAND . WvVING,'etc, at MELI3OURNE PRICES, SEND FOR PLtICb IS iS, and prove for yourselve' thai By Purohasing Looally you will not only Benefit your Dlstriot but will iAVE MONEY at the Same Time lurtishiiug & UuiidJr's Itroualu.oigor Ovncs Paintas * potuirg Oils .CopiLers ColorI' : Ridging 'lass Tir,;,re Cotu ated iron Brushw'roe Gal, and black piplnp Red (Gun Down l'Ppes Jarrah Pumlips Hardlwood Lime F'looring Cement \Wetatherboardsr Bricks Doors Laths Sashea Bnath Moulding ' Sinks aLL AT MI.;LBUURNE Ptl.CFIb PLUMIlINI \VWORK .01 every Description done eithcr by 'l'Tender ot Privately, A Licenutsd Plumber Constantly Employed, hALVANISED IRON TANKS A SPECIALTY J. atrid ( GAULDW ?,...
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STOIRY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER II, PHILIP ASHTON. Of all the many miseries that affliot manlkind, surely one of the greatest is the possession of brilliant powers withl soanty, perhaps no means to oultivato themn, Such people orave after tihe unattainable, their struggle is hard they are dissatisfied with their lot, and .eel unhappy. Philip Ashton was a man of. this description; he was by trade a carpenter, a man of toil, a man of the people, one of many thousands with vague possibilities of hidden power, butt who recogniso the futility of ri'oll lion; he could only realiso in a dull nad way that"knowledgo and freedom must lnus him by, and submission he gained by physical toil, Labor is indeed an oxrollent opiate, Chance and society lhad denied.-him that knowledge for' which he hungered witk a sort of dim despair, and yet how ignorant we all are-the supposed wisest of usl Lifo seems at times like a game of blind man's buff, and a number of nioreo or less ...
RAISING CROPS WITH GUN POWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
RAISING CROPS WITH GUN POWDER, Thie old brown gunpowder, formel. standard in the United States navy, but disused since the introduotion of smokeless powder, has been found by the Navy Department to possess value a a fortiliser, we are told by the In vontivoe Age. Says this paper: "Brown powder oontains about 80 ,por cent, of potassium nitrate, both of which are constituents of fertilisers, Tie au thoritios at Indian Head, the navy proving station, wrote to the Agricul tural l)epartment and asked the ex perl'ts if they did not want to experi ment with the gunpowder as fertiliser. The offer was refused. Then the navy offlicials determined to use it themselves on the truck patoh in connection with thd proving ground. The result is re ported to bo most promising. The garden tlruck succeeded beyonld all pro vious records, The plan is to be tried on a larger soalo."
SLATE QUARRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
SLA'TE QUARRIES. It is a matter of surprise to mnan) Australians 1o learn that the Corn monwealth possesses slate deposits o the very highest quality, which an unsurpassed in, any part of the wide world. The finest quarries are at Min taro, in South Australia, and, archi tects and builders all over the con tinent are eager in their demands fol a larger supply of this valuable and useful commodity, which is represent ed in nearly all our public buildings. The deposits were first discovered over fifty years ago by Mr, P, Brady, 'and since then they have been worked fairly consistently, though, until late ly,.only in a small way. It is esti mated that, even though there is a vast increase in the demand, the sup ply is.sufficient to last for hundred' of:years. For many years Melbourine proved thle most profitable market;:,' but ol .late years Adolaide had qyuadrupled its,"trade, analnow all Australia conm petes for a, fair supply. To met the demand a modern plani has lately :been instal...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
IT appears somuewhat remarkable that in a centre where market gar dening is paramount as an occupa tion, efforts are not made to inculcate into those vitally concerned, the soientifio methods of oultivation, The Moorabbin Horticultural Society is wrongly named, its correot nomen olature is a show committee. The only object it apparently has in view is to hold an annual show, without financial profit or loss. Something more is needed, aind it is to suoh a body we might reasonably look for a forward stop. The older generation is gradually passing away, They were successful in making good their ground for tillage purposes, but in this industry, as in most others, soientilio methods are necessary. If we negleot our present opportunities, the younger geoneration will be out of date, and our distriot suffer cor. respondingly. Education is needed, Newspaper artiolos and agricultural journals are not suffloiont for the needs of the times. Fortunately, the Agrionltural Department roalises th...
"THOSE WHO GO DOWN TO THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
" THOSE WHO GO DOWN TO THE SEA. The decisions arrived at by the In ternational Conference in London, is of intimate concern to every se-far ing country, and should meet with the heartfelt dpproval of all those whose business or pleasure leads them to '"go down to the nea in ships," The too many disasters during the last few years have shaken the faith of the travelling public in the beneficient care which the ehipowners were popularly supposed to..exert for thq safety of their patrons. In a little over a year, two appalling ac cidents effectually showed the many dangers which passengers run, while our own shipping chronicles have been marked by more than one catas trophe recently. ' Although the authorities have en forced certain precautions, and indi vidual owners have voluntarily adopt ed others, the perils of the deep have increased with the growth of sea traffic. The universal dissatisfaction reached its culmination in the Inter national Conference, and through its agency the th...
CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
CHELTEN iAM On 31st nit' Miss Elizabeth Muriel Wilde, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs T, Wilde, and Alfred J. Tudor, fourth son of Mr and' Mrs Tudor, Malvern, were united in the bonds of matrimony at St Matthews Church by the Rev F, C, Crothy. There was a large assem blage of friends of the happy couple, the church being tastefully decoratted for the occasion, Miss N Booker played the wedding march. An ad journment was made to the Chelten ham Hall where the nusuaal broakfast was held. Various toasts were pro. posed and duly acknowledged by Re F. 0, Crotty, Mr r.. Wildo and Mr C, Tudor, Musical items were ren dered by Miss Miller, of Ormond, and Miss J, Butler, The bridesmaids were Miss Elsie Wilde and two neoices of the bride, Mlssrs F. Wilde and V. Barber acting as groomsmeu. The newly wedded couple spent their honeymoon at Healosvillo. A very interesting address was given at the AN.A. mooting on Tuesday .evening last by Mr W, Brown, officer in charge of the fire brigade at Montoneo....