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PANTOMIME OF 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
P; NTOMIPI, I'1914 Although the "Forty T'hLQyes" hp only been runining for a .ew ?veekea $s, 'the Melbourne o"the'atre,''the 3,, . YWil liamson firm are tdready making ar ranr:mints for the pantbmime n-aiti: Christmas. Cinderella leis to be the ex· cses lfor this year's extravaganza, and artists in London have already been cngagcd to take part in it. The largest ebtato in the United IIngdom Is that bLong!ng to the Duke of Butherland, which extends to 739,200 acres,
MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MEINTONE The solemn opening and blessing of the recent additions to St. Patrick's sohool, also the construc tion of a ohoir gallery in the church, is to take place on Sunday, 22nd inst., at 11 am, His Grace, the Most Rev. Dr Carr, Archbishop of Melbourneo, will conduct High Mass, and will also preaoh, The ohoir, with a special orchestra, will render Gounod's St. Cecilia, 'the principal being Miss Lilian Reid, Messrs J. Hiekey and.J R Dunne, An offer. tory solo will be rendered by Miss Reid, and a collection solo by Herr Karl Foller, the whole of the Linging being under the direotion of Mr Ed ward Comber. The development of the distriot, cmbined with business ability and iitoegity, has automaticoally caused a wonderful expansion in the business ot J. and C. Caudwell, more especi ally in the sawing mill department., Only a short time ago an expensive gas plant was installed, and ma ohinery of a most varied character placed in position, This has already proved too small, and has now be...
THE IMPOSSIBLE ABORIGINE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
f1E IMPOSSIBLE ABORIGINE, A recognlsed ethnological author ity has lately raised food for thought in his freely expressed opinicn as to the uselessness of attempting to graft civilisation on to the majority of Australian an. South Sea Island na tives. Like many studerti of human ity, he believes that th. primitive peoples will live; prosper, and enjoy life if left- entirely to their own en vironment and mode of living,. This condemnation of the power of civilisatlon is in somewhat of a whole sale nature, for other opinions have placed many of the island's tribes on a high grade amongst savage races, whilst many residents 'of the North. eram Territory and Queensland speak in eulogistic terms of the utility and •intelligence of the Australian Blacks. This rather sweepin' assrtlon owes its origin to the fact that in this country the increase of the white population has resulted in the de crease of the blacks with monotonous regularity. Yet the truth remains that in other lands Black an...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MORDIALLOG,. A. concert is to be held on Friday next at the Mechanics' Hall, to aug. ment the funds in connection with the Juvenile ball in aid of the Ohild. ren's hospital. That the programme to be provided will be a good one is assnred when we state that the organisers are Mrs C. F. Johnstone, Miss Stella Griffiths and Miss Doris Melville, Quite a gloom passed over the township, when it became known that Mr Reginald Hill, aged 21, son of Mr and Mrs W, Hill, had died jsomewhat tsuddenly. With startling suddenness he became unconscious on Saturday morning. Medical assistance was promptly supplied in the persons of Drs Joyce, Cole and Thompson. Their efforts, however, were unavailing, the deceased never regaining consciousness He passed peacefdlly away at 10 p.m, on Tues day night. The exact cause of death was an, acute attack of moningitis, brought on by excessive study. The late Mr Hill was a popular student, first at the Melbourne Grammar school, and later at the Univoesity, where...
NATIVE CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
NATIVE CUSTOMS. -+--.- The New Hebrides are becoming quite ordinary and clvilised. The trail of the tourist has revolutionlsed the old-time walpurgie jinke, and no .onger is steamer-time looked upon as . signal for carnival, The spick and epjn have arrived, and with the pas jing of the Old Timers gosa a wealth of Island lore. The pioneer trader, Captain Wood house, is dead, and with him is buried a book of interesting history. Yet in spite of changes and mission 8ries, the native remains faithful to his god-the pig, With a few hundred of those omni ponent animals, the, world is his oyster, while without them he can do nothing, All crimes against property may be atoned for by two or three of this all-powerful quadruped; ten buy him a wife; a hundred give him the rank of mars; while his future happiness and comfort depends abso lrutely on the. number slaughtered at his funeral, An old dying chief recently squared things by the selling of his seven wives in order to raise seventy more ...
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MOORABBIN. Two volery fine shops have recently been completed to the order of Mr S. Reynolds They adjoin his own prbmises auid are commodious and up. to.date, being provided with large plate glass windows and metal front. Provision has been made for the installation of electrio light. The marriage of Miss Lorna Bar nett, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs E. J. Barnett, Moorabbin, and Mr Howard Weaver, youngest son of the late M C. Weaver, of Mill-slreet, Brighton, was celebrated.on Wednes. day 4th inst, by Rev O. Fowler at the Moorabbin Methodist Ohurch. The church was very neatly decorated. MissPittard presided at the organ, and during the ceremony solos were rendered by Mrs Boulko and Mr Jeff. qott, The bride, who was given away by her father, was arrayed in a most handsome white costume with the customary wreath and veil, At the breakfast which was held in the Publio Hall the usual toasts were honored, amongst the speakers being Rev 0. Fowler, Mr W. Clayton, 0, C. A. George, C. Web...
MEAT PROBLEM IN ARGENTINA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MEAT PROBLEM IN ARGENTINA T'he shortsighted poliy of indiserin inato slaighter of liklely bulls and cows in Ar?notina, says a South Anmerioan authority, has resulted in a statd of affairs that will be nothing short of a national disaster unless legislation is brought into force to preserve some iomnant of the onco extensive herds, In the month of February last; 82,03), rend of cattle wore slaughtered, Of these, 15,400 were cows. It is now eessary for Argentina cattle breeders to replenish their diminished stook. Very recently 20,000 head of cattle were driven on to A!'goentina soil from IPara guay. The price of meat is steadily rising day by day, and eomo of the rural mnrklcots of thie province of Buenos Ayres are actually displaying horseo flesh for sale, The shortage of meat which is being felt in Argontina is sti-, mnulating enterprise in other distrios and nations, and soon Argeontina may find her unknown competitors her sdo Sessful rivals.,
Gardeners' Picnic HANDICAPS' EMPLOYEES RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Gardeners' Pilnic HANDICAPS EMIPLOYEES RIo?. W, Dwyer 2 yards A, Patterson 8 ,, W. Bennett 4 ,, C, Hall 8 ,, A E, Thorne 8 ,, E, A, Carson 8 ,, . F, J. Doctor 8 ,, J,R, Robertson 9. ,, F. J. Burgess 9 ,, F, Hanson 10 ,, H, Conlon 10 ,, M, G, dup, C, Andrews 2 yards A. Andrews 2 ,, J. Foster 2 ,, J. B, Cooper 2 ,, N, W. Chewere 4 ,, E. L, Grant - 6 ,, G. Garrett 0 ,, W. F. Hussey 6,, M. Agjm: 6... H. B. Grant (. E, L, Kitohen 6,, F,E, Smith ' 6 ,, T, H, Doherty 7 ,, W. J. Homer 7 ,, G. Jones 8 ,,. A, Phillips 10 ,, C, Roberts 10 ,, J. J, Pout 10 ,, H, Halliday 10 ,, O. Hall 10 ,, NovIoa Bixi (All Soratoh). M. R. Carson T. Armstrong A .Adams EB, M, Leasing ' H. Roichards W, E,. Tyers D, A. Mor.ison . B, Hardner 0, W. Wadeley D. J. Ryan A, Hardner J. Stone 0, Smith O, 'S BDi . A, Hutohinson Soratoh T. Hendrioks i, T W. Wilson 50 yards H, WaRtt 80 , D. A. Morrison 90 ,, J, Watt 120 ,, A, Adams 140 ,, A, Felldor 140 T, Armstrong 140 . c, W Wadeley 140 ,, M it, Carson 100 ,, B, Hardner 16...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
FoP Sale, PRIME Suckers and Slipa, GRIFFITIH, Argns st, and Moorabbinrd, Cholton. ham, IREWOOD.-2ft firewood, dry, and sound, 40s per truck, M. Clomonts, Franketon, W ITE Onion Seed, saved from the very beet strain, and grown at Mornington Junction, 20s per Ib., im mediate delivery. N, Clemonts, Warragul= road, Oakleigh. Phone 55 Oakleigh, SACRES of reclaimed swamp land, I less than one mile from Carrum station, or ten acre blocks, .27 10s per oacre for whole. Appointment to inspect, by letter. JOHN PORTER, o/o Thomas Bros, Carrum EIGHT Hours' Art Union Tickets, now Sobtainable from all newsagents, or 'News" Offioe, Cheltonham and Chelsea, ORtE, quiet, reliable, suit ttradesman or buggy di--J, M, GILMOUR, Mordialloo G!RY PONY, 14 hands, 8 years, quiet, Sgood for jinker,.--Kerr and Gibblne, Aspendale, ONION SEED, Early White, grown at (orumburra, 20s lb Orders taken for Early Golden Globe, 128 6d lb-Mrs A Robertson, Warren Crescent, Mordialloo FEW OWT, of SEED POTATOES, A Up-to-date....
State of the Tides [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
State of the Tldeas , High tide for the enpuing week will be Sunday ,,, 5.80 ,, 6.0 Monday ... 6,20 ,,. 6,40, Tuesday , 7.0 ,,, 7,20 Wednesday ... 7.41 .., 8.4 Thursday ... 8,26 ... 8,50 Friday .,, 9.51 ,,, 9,41 Saturday ,,, 10.0 .,,10,39 Low tide oan be estimated at about half way between the times mentioned on any one day. '"I''be ~News.r * ----"Tis not in mortals to commnnd sners, But wo'lldo morc, o~npronlus, we IIdesrve It, SATURDAY. PEBRUARY 14, 1914,
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
OVRCH OF ENGLAND. Cheltenbai-8 a.m., Holy Commuoion; '11 ilp., Rev, C, Crotty 7 pm,, Mr Nelson Dlngley-ll,16 Mr Nelson; 7.15 p,m,, Roe, C, Crotty Moorabbin-8.15 p,m,, Rev, O. Crotty Mentone-ll a m,, Rev , Kelly ; 7 p,m,, Mr R. 8, Jones Mordialloo-il a.m,, Mr R, S., Jones1 7, pm., Reov G, Kelly Aspendale, 11 n,m, Chelsea-7,80 pm,. SCarrum-a3,0 pm. -Rev, L. E. Croker, METHODIST,. ooribbin--ll am., Rev Nicholson; 7 ) pm., Rev, Heath Bontlelgh--1 a.m, MIr Revell 7 pm., ? Rev Dridgborn Cheltenlham--ll am,, Rov,Horton 7 pm., Mr oSearlo Montone--l am., Rev Bridgborn 7 p.m., Mr Coomber Mordialloo--ll a,m,, Mr Kerryi 7 p,m, Rev Horton Heaitherton-8 p.mroeVFTowler 7;p.m., Mr Brown Carrum-8 pm., Rev Horton 7 p.m., Mr Lake Chelsea Hall--l am,, Mr Upton Aspendale--ll a,m,, Supply; 7 pm., Mr Upton CHURCH OF CHRIST, CHELTENHAM. 11 a.m., A, P, Wilson 3 pm., Bible School 7p.m., A, P. Wilson (Baptismal Service) Subject, "The Divine Aspect of Redemption PRESBYTERIAN, Cheltenham--ll am,, Rev J. Hewitt;...
ENGLISH FARM PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
ENGLISH FARMt PRODUCTS, Part II of the Agricultural Statistiocs for 1912, issued by the British Board of Agriculturo, deals with the produce of crops, and brings out thie deficient yields of wheat, oats, anld potatoes ow ing to the wet season. A tfabo is given, showing tile hypotlhetical value of orops, Wheat is pu t at £10,8834J00 ,s -.ompared witi £12,210,000 in 1!)l1; Ibarley, £8,4152,000, against £8,814,000 !.ats, £9,108,000, against £0;677,000,; potatoos, £8,008,000, against £10,118,000, On the other halnd, clover, etc., hay is . given at £10,257i,000, against £9,8099,000; and moneadow hay, £29,710,000, against £21,178,000. . Ihops a'e cstintated at £2,250,000, against £3,4128,000, tIh drnp in tlhis ?lso boilnr duo to the de uoreased pnoo, Th. .is noted as ro mnanrklablo thib tho market prices wmoroe so aearly similar, in three instances identical, in the twoo seasons, and ex ce)t for wheat, potatoe~ and hops, the nomiinal valuo of the orops of 1012 is said to comparoe favorall...
REMEDY FOR GLARING LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
REMEDY FOR GLARING LIGHT.i A novel devieo has recently beeno verfecotd for overcorming thoe dangor from glare in motor-ear headlights, This dovioo consists of a rack of alum imiam plates, placed behind the main glass and in front of the ions and curner. Thesrl'lleso plates are placed hont to!ntally, one above theo other, about ono-oigth of an inch apart, anld have their lower surfaces hiluhly polished andl the upoper surfaces painte a de.ad blhok. 'lIho offccat is t;hat from a dis. tanee of about 160 yardsR, tho full light is soon without any apparent shading, but as the car aplproachlcs, the lighRt and glare beooome weaker and weaker, until, whoen a fo' yards away, nothing can be seen but a faint groy glow.
MENTONE CHAMPIONSHIP. SHEEDY v CANTY SHEEDY WINS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MENTONE CHAMPIONSHIP, SiHEDYt v OANTY SHEEDY WINS On Wednesday evening the above match was played, before an Interested gathering of spectators The weather was' ideal, and the green in excellent order, It was anticipated that a close contest would ensue, as 'both players were very keen on winning, and Canty had wrested the championship from Sheedy the past two years. The result, however, was nearly a two to one viotory for Sheedy, F. Scudds acted as umpire, His duties were light, only one end requiring the measure, Sheedy lead off, at full length, and Canty scored one, The fourth end was a tie, a bowl of each player resting on the "kitty." At five ends the score stood : Sheedy, 5; Canty, 2, During the next five ends play was uneventful, Oantyhad several driaes, which were only partially successful, His aim was good, but the result not up to expectations, At ten ends, the card read : Sheedy 11, Canty 4 In the following five ends Sheedy only scored two, whilst Canty added six Both pla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
. BOTS. Latest Style and Quality. Marshall's Iatest Ox-blood Bals, 21s Wallaby Bals, bogo toes, 15s ijd Glazed Kid Bals, 18s 6d, Box Calf, 18s Woman's Ox.blood Shoes, 14s d d Woman's Court Shoes, Kismets, 14s 6d J. M, GILMOUR, BOOTSBLLIR AND R1PAI RER MORDIALO C. Phone, 41 Chelt. Coachbuilder and General Blacksmith - LORRIES A SPECIALI CY OTHIoNG ETTEl9,.N WHEELb IN OL~e I . I I J 0 0R 3 J, W, GEORGEJ, T49-51 Church Street, Richmond Phone Windsor 2447 "There's Just ( Time fb "? .: ' a Drink" U. HILL'S MORDIALLOC / / HOTEL Tewephone, 12 Chwlt, Telephone 66, Local iExchange. Say! _ A - bit o' Ilck c!! Read this through- You'll think so, tool ABBOTT & MASON, ~Generl Mbee i~~sera nt do Gaoc~101 , 1l)auPERi, I1li r nP &lt;i & leutone Par'a ... ..V ) V 7 9 a, , , , •` ·; • : =..,.., ::xx F. . Newto . ,:, '"' ? ··- r .,"(! I . 'r ? ?' House and Estate Agent, Phone 121 Chelt. Mordia lloc •y · •S : , , . ,. - .... , J, ,t , ? . .. :Y.'? ? :" Cheteuhanm HIairdressing S...
CHELTENHAM A v MORDIALLOC A [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
CHELTENHAM A v MORDIAILTJOC A Pontland, Davio, G. Monk, Ould 27 - Miller, Macartney, Lyndon, Andorson . . ... - 14 W. Wolff, . Walton, P., Woff, V. Woff .,. ,,,. ,, 84 - Judd, Droop, Johnston, Morris - 14 Grundy, R. Wolf, Ai Martin, F, Martin ..,,. ... 14 - Anderson, Balfe, D White, Coleman ..,. ,,, ... 8 76 06
Mr Stewart's Protest To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MrI Stewari's Protest , ,,., Tthe Editor. SIi',-I .wouldl bhe obl?igdd.iS you w?od;Po lnd spaoe for :hlis in " o' next issue. '' " About, the;middle of Ootoberlast year I was introduced to'the i?L' bersof the Electrioight Committee, appointed by the Progress Associa tions of As~eidale, Chelsea and Carrum, and attended- several of their meetings to disc.us the subjeot with them, 'rand went so far, in reiponse to their inquiries, as to mention a fee for a report; I wae rather astonished, therefore, to hear that the committee had arranged to advertise for competi. tive schemnes from conaulting engi-i neers, As I had takei an interest in the district, and had already spent a great deal of time with the committee, I broke my usual practice of not giving reports wrthout charge, and submitted a very detailed and comprehensive report, containing plans, diagraros aind estimates. I was gratified to learn that, after all my trouble, my report was unani mously decided on by the committee. Aftei...
MENTONE v. MALVERNCAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MENTONE VI.. M~lrVERN. OALULFIEIED Slheedy, Caudwoll, 0.~ MIoloney, Mlalvern.~~uflold - . Caufy, Gouldthorpe, Ecwiu, E. Moloiley .. . 41 Malvorn.Caiultlold .. - 17 Thurlliug, Town aeud, )IaekelI;,, 28' Malvorn.Caulfeld .. ,. 1 8cudda Bcdautlo)juryJ. UCaudwll, SJordsa,, *. . 28 ·-. 122 ~64·
S M C C v MORDIALLOC [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
S M 0 0 v MORDIALLOC Peak, Gilmour, Mlanning, Organ 18 - S,M,O,O, .... . . - 23 M'Bwain, Ingpen, M'Phate, Lording ... ,., 24· S.M.O.OC . .. ... ... - 26 Ca\dwvell, Coleman, Wain, Davis 24 - .M..O. . .. . ... ... - 27 66 78