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LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS Caulfield-Moorabbin. "A" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS Caulfiold-Moorubbiu, "A" Grade, EAst Caulfield, four for N3, v St. George's. 72 S "B" Giado. East Caulfield, 113, v Malvern District, 65 SOaklelgh B, 116, v Carnegie, three for 25 Mentone, 145 (Rogers 50, Svuddi B5, Llewellye, 13, M'Crletal .13; hsbw three for 24,. Moore four for 45), v M'lKiunon, five for 58'(Shaw 19 not out, E. Moorhead 16, LIee 12; Tolini three for 23, Rust one for 11, Saudds one for 14). Glenhuntly, 81 v East Malvern Presbyterians, six for 53
Will U B There? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Will U B There ? [Notiflcations under this heading are. harged& at the rate of is for one insortion of three lines (about 18 words), is 0d foi ' two insertions, dr free of ohargo when the printing therowith is executed at "The News" office. The publishor r~wrves tha right to cut down any notice Exceeding three lines]. Feb 14-Progress Issociatron, Chelhes Publio Hall, 8 p m Pioture Garde?a, opening cer mony, WOrdialloo, 8 pm O,--Juvenile Cancert, Mechanic?' HIall, Mhord?ialloo, 8 p m 24-A N A Smoke Night, Mechanic?? Hall, Cheltonhs 8 p8m 19-Market Gardersa' Plou? -
Brighton District First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Brighton District First Grade. Highett, four for 21'( (A E Stephen 78, E Fox 74 not out, J M'Carthy 20), v Brighton Union. Seoond Grade. Elsternwlck Methiodists, six for 190, v Brlghton Presbyterians. Sandringharm Presbyterians, 119, v St. Mary's, two for 36. Cheltenham, 109 (Bridgborn 44 not out, Cole 20, Rose 10; Ken nedy three for 24, Hart, three for 23), v Elsternwick A.N.A, four for 35
Electric Light Supply FOR DANDENONG, SOUTH SOUTH RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
•Electric Light Supply FOiR DANDENONG, SOUTH SOUTH RIDING. *,;,Te folldwiug is the textofihe joheme proposed by Victor Night. aigall and Co., and endorsed by the Aspendale Progress Association at its ast ieeptjng :-r'?'7 " 1.'.. That I (or my. company) will establisir an electrio light works in a suitable position to supply eleotricity to the'centres n?iitioued in the South ,iding' of "Iandeitodlg shire,'.at imy own expense. 2. The plant to be put down jn units snffiuient,.to, supply any' de nands that, thel consumoers legitie. •nately require. The first'instalment of. the plant to be sufflcient to supply the. firat lot of consumers trequiring; current, this to.be determiDed by na janvass of .the distriot. That the' installation shall be "put down in stages, so as not'to delny the, start. ing of the plant. " The" first.stageto hi6lude power house in a suitable vicinity,' also 'flie election of thp poles and utiins .to points to bd' deter'mined by the Iaad required to; eithie side'of...
JESUS, THE FATHER OF SAVED HUMANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
I-SPS, 'PU$ I I ii I\ 01 SAVED~:'~ 10 t ''gU V' lixt . tdi El11 hce *.'nlot :i'd 3vol'8iat in Jlav·e r·\l~~ispro dwjVIn vp~ad\ .&lt;·· :ylunionii ililhbi, Ib.,t tl' lig~hlts, mwore, ; •comfortable quarters, and mnoru tinme \ t, their di:osal. As the New Day ii kiawniag theioufrse. i rolling away, and ibllesaigs. are taking its ..place, Hence Iible students today see new light in text IRUsE~l ong otliSidtecl dark, in Th text t dlay was .of .this "ohfraotor.' It ivea S Jesua, the title ' "overlatiung iatther," the Fatlir who gives .evor hii''lng lifo.' At one time it slcmcd to.conq lrIadiet othel Stcripitures; for il!stanc, the; ihl ri(H t'uii ITn' q oi and Pila.ther of out l .. ,.nl Ji ' i.us (.'hti st oi nth i li ao lt en u s," "M y !Itii l d ,l'l i ( '."Iiil' :' ."t)lierL* " Myii ) ,(ltd' andl .i,,, I,'i11,t' 1l1d Utihe'.-te~ta, lBut lOw in li,! clei'ir l rigillt .the , contradiction Mit ishst,. * ' ... . . " ' '\nw lible Nllulints seuC thiRt Joeliovah (1,.,1. ia the Fallit...
Should the Tango be Danced? VIEWS OF NOTABLE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Shoti~?d the Tango be Danced ? VIEWS OF NOTABLE PEOPLE. " Everyiady's Journal" has beaun making aiabit of late to consult a number o, leading authorities upoa topics of v.,tal interest and publishing' a digest of their views. In the Feb ruary number jobt to hand, for exoam ple, the question of modern daneing is discussed, with partiaclar referenoe to the Tango and other freak dances. This colleotion of opinions make d-,. mirable reading, and it., is illaatrat.a with a number of frL't-class photo graphs. The general opinion ieemu to be that, on the whole, daucing is.. improving rather than deteriorating,. and that it is only in its abuses thatf it is at all objectionable. There tre other fine articles and stories in this February issue of " Everylady's Jour nel," and the usual splendid review of the prevailing fashions. As we have done before, we recommend this fine sixpenny magazine to all our women readers. c.
Mordialloc Methodists. NEW CHURCH OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MIordialloc MLethodists, NEW CHURCH OPENED, During the past two Sundays, large. congregations have" attended the various services hold with the twofold - object of celebrating the 33rd anniversary of the a body, and of the fo new building. Thais fine brick s true~?d h??qql street, built at a O Iq j is well lighted an '? ?ated, able of seating 250 pe same land is a Sunday schoo- i alI also a room for a kindergarten class, which has recently been started, and in which Mr D. Shatwell is specially interested The total expenditure was something like £1,725. A large proportion of this amount has already been paid, but, of course, a heavy liability will exist for some time, but the minister in oharge (Rev A. H. Horton), and the congregation, have a great heart, and look forward with all confidence to the period being considerably shortened. Rev. F. Nance, M.A, president of the con ference, preaoihed at three services on the inaugural Sunday, and Rev S, Adamson on the succeeding Sabbath Spe...
Inflammable Ti-tree [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
'Inflarmmable TI tree The recent destructive ti-tree fire at Chelsea has had the effect of lead ing to some interesting investigationa by Mr T 8 Hart, head of the Cres wick Forestry school, with the obje?t of ascertaining how danger from sunoh outbreaks may be averted in the future. Mr Hart made the results of his observations publio at a meet ing of the Field Naturalists' club of Victoria recently, in a papr en titled Some Coastal Plants: 'LhIsir Shelter and Fire Danger. Ti-tee, he said, had many times demon strated its danger as a highly in flammable plant, but to eradicate if from the seashore would only lead to sand becoming a great nuisance, Vegetation was necessary to keep the sand in place, and to proteco habitations from its being pilet. against them. There were nativ~e plants of a fire resisting char aoter which could effect thii, notably the coaset wattle, the sea berry, and the Booblana. At one place at Chelsea, where the coast wattle was growing, he noticed the fire had ...
Decentralisation. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Decentralisation. On January 17th, Mr T Mi Smith, organiset for the Viotorian Deoen. tralisation League, leotured at Lon don House, Melbourne, on "Decen tralisation and City Interests." At the outset Mr Smith referred to the fact that a commission was sitting to consider how to bolster up our city industries, whereas there was really a greater need to inquire into the shrinkage in the number of primary producers in the State. If this were undertaken, and the problem satisfactorily dealt with, there would be no need to worry aoout.the condition of our secon dary industries, 'There would be no need of any help The city could not be permanently prosperous un less the number and prosperity of primary producers steadily in creased Therefore decentralisation affected city interests, as well as those of the country The present condition in which 600,000 people, or nearly half the. population of the State, were con cantratod in one centre, was an ab normal one, and was growing worse Oar tot...
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES Four Rink. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
TOUDAY' AT1U Mentone v kle( ,A T ,tjRink . . Prahran v Cllrj' A :.i Friendl yIIB'68e . Malvern-Oaulfield v Mordialloo An enthusiastic member of the Cheltenham club allowed his en thusiasm to.run over on a recent occasion He was so elated at the win of his colleagues last Saturday against Mordialloo, that he issued a challenge for ra further contest, the losers to supply a twenty course djn noer for all and sundry We under stand that the challenge is to *be accepted, the only doubt in our mind is, has the member mentioned the right to pledge his club mem bers to such extravagance (for they might very easily lose) ; if not, who pays ?
Market Reports and Sales DANDENONG, Tuesday, Feb. 10 [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MI?arket Reports and Sales ,DANDEONO, Tuesday, Feb, 10 There was a heavy yarding of dairy cattle and prices were about equal to late rates; some of the principal lots as folldws: Milkers,-J, Hughes 1 itt £7 17s 6d, F. Rae I atR 1 28 61, P, Einsiedel 6 to £7 15s, J. Clarke I at4l3 5s, A. Brandt I at £95s, E, Gardiner 4 to ?zr , W. Gardinei 3 to £7, D. J. Ahern I at Lwo, F, MIoKenna3 to £io, J. West, 2 to £9 5s, L. Corrigan 3 to tLI 17I ·Od, D, MoLellan az to £8 17s (d, D. Bourke 2 to £7 s, G., Potter 3 to £8 158s, Lrat Corrigan 2 to £,7 17s Gd, T. Kingston I at '£8 os 6d, W. Gt. Keys 3 to £0 5s, N, Bowmai 3 to'£8 7s 6d, S. Kingston 2 to£9 as 60, E. Ashley 1 at £7 2s 6d, R: Holland 1 at £7, G, Keys 4 to £7 15s, Spriugers, G.Lehma? 4 to. O r5s, J. Pout 3 to ~£8 5s, D. Bourko 3 to £7 15s, J. Downey I at £8, T. Lempriere 8 to £7 7s 6, P. EEi siedol 7 to £'878 6d, E. Higgins 5 to £7'5s, H. Exner I at £6, J. West 2 to £7 10s, R. IHallinan 2 to £7, A big yarding of stores aud prices about t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
herr Karl POLLER, and Frau Ledwlna FOLLER, SINUING, GERMAN and 1dRENCII -LANGUAGES, A' .\LLA.N'8, COLLINS B''RI?lT, CITY, " AND MENTONE. Harold C. Price, 80LIGITOR, Mentono Parade, Mentone, Commissiulloner of lthe Sup luo C,!i I for taking Aflidavilts, ,... TRUST MIONEYS TO LEND: ...... MR. OHAS. RATTRAY DENTIbT l:Dtilstry in all its bIraichlcs c lrd ly ,i. d promptly carriud out. T'r ,n Addiess: 131 Collins?.treit Telr:ihone Irc/7. SLocal Address: TChai uan Rotuad I:he) :.nham !DIJnla i HOU R, Evunings-'7 till 8 Wednndays audd Situi'rdays-- 2 till 6 Thomas Backhouse, - !I, I,, - BARRISTER ana 0 LIOITOR?, Commercial Bank Chambers, 839 COLINb ST., MELOOItINK, and at Carrum and Chelsea, ttcnds Chulltcnham Court by lppointmont Conmisstonur of the Supromte,t'ourt fIr taking aflidavits. Tel. 103i7, Ccent H,. FOREMAN ORAPER, CHARMIAN QROA ID, CIIIHELTENhIAM A very special shipment of LINOLEUMS just tb hand, Call and see theml, lMr iReinald.. Greene BarrIster and Solioitor, of Boi, dihtli,...
ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
ELECTRIC IGHT. Mr Flyger, chairman of the con.l ference, said he was delegated by the conference to present "both sohemes, which had been con sidered, and he had been directed to request the association to decide on one or the other, but as Mr Stewart was piesent, he would ask him to put his scheme before them, Mr Stewart stated that in Octo ber he had offered to give the con ference a report. He had put a proposition to them, and was given to understand that it would be accepted. He had since arranged to form a company. A syndicate of twenty, with £5 each, was all that was necessary to make a start. He did not want to take it out of local hands, and was prepared to take professional fees for his part in it, The charge proposed for lighting would be 8d per unit, and for cooking 2d per unit, The.com pany would also hire stoves at from 10sto 15s per month. Mr Flyger then put the schene of Victor Nightingall before tle meeting (see page 3). He said that the confer erce was inclined to ...
Aspendale Progress Association MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Aspendale Progress Association MONTHLY MEETING. Members of the above met last Saturday evening in the Raceccurse Hall, Mr J, Funston presiding over a good attendance of members. CORRESPONDENCE. From Dandenong shire council, re prevention of fire, advising that tenders had been called for clearing Government roads, and stating that they had no power over private property,-Received. From A. W. Jones, secretary of jUnited Fire Brigades Board, re clearing dead ti-tree, undergrowth, etc., to minimise risk of fire, advis. ing private owners to do so.-Re ceived. Mr D. Sykes wanted to know what residents were to do with such refuse when they had collected it. Mr Jones advised the placing of it on footpaths, and binding it with sand. This had been done on a property near Carrum with good results. Mr Flyger moved that the Danu denong shire council be written to and asked to frame a by.law mak. ing it compulsory to have kerosene and other inflammable material in bulk stored in fire-proof rooms...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
If Bad Times happened along And the Directors commenced to "fire," are you the man they would keep in preference to others ? Are you the most valued man? Maybe you would like a Government appoint. Sment, with good salary. and permanency. let us know the positioin you want, also'our age, and we will point you to the Royal Road, F. S. Beckwith, F,,P.S., Entg, Principal Beach Blocks o:Do os At Aspendale, Ohelsea and Carrum. To secure one you must act quickly. £5 Deposit £1 per month, W. A. TOWLE R, Auctioneer, 406 Collins Steet, City, o Local Offices, Phone Central 3720 r. aszsnow, aeNvRAL oRocER, etc CHELSEA Iand for iale, . Houses and Camps To LIt; Insurances Effected, We have special opportunities for securing tenants for houses. Owners would do well to.place their business in our hands. Phone, 91M Chelt, Change of Business H ving purcha:ed the bus~ne9s known as Duncan's General Store, CHiELSEA, also WVine Cafe, Post and Money Order office, we desire to in'imate to residents of the ...
HEATHERTON [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
HEATHERTON The annual distribution of prizes in connection with the Church of Englaud Sunday School took 'place on Wednesday evening last, A large. naumber of parents and friends assembled in the Dingley Hall which wvas tastefully decorated for the ocoasion, Mr Ebsary undertook the duties of chairman, and in the regretted'unavoidable absence of the vioar, the prizes were distributed by Mrs Grotty with a few appropriate 'remarks and a promise of a prize next year. The scholars gave a most enjoyable concert which displayed orig uality and painstaking care, due, in pnIrt, to the children themselves, anti also to the hard work of Miss Kingston and Miss Robinson, who are to be congratulated on their efforts. The following was the pro. gramme :-Piano solo, Ivy Brookes; Song, " Our Night Out," Misses Armstrong, Brookes, Ebsary, and Gardner; Dialogue, "A Fairy Tale "; Song, "The Motor Car," boys and Girls; Recitation, Ella Follett; Song, " Heads and Heels," boys and girls; , ong, "Wir e is ...
PLUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
•· r ' ' PL~UE/IRK,. ', Pain, Mordialloc. PRINTERS. "News" Office, Cheltenham? Tel., Chelt. 21. SADDIER. :. R' Maxwell, Cheltenham. SINGING & EIOCUTIQN~. Herr Foller, Mentone, TAILOR. '", ,.Tainsh , .cdsail]co H. Fitzsimmons, Chelsea D. Ewen, City and Chelsea A Rankin, Mentone and City UNDERTAKERS. Rose Bros, Cheltenham. F. Powell, Saudringham. WOOD & COAL,. J. J> Fisher, Cheltenham., J, Burleigh, Chelsea. :- '' J3 & C. Caudwell, Mentone.
Chelsea Fire Relief Fund To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Chelsea Fire Relief Fund To the Editor Sir,-Iln answer to letters signed by the secretary of Chelsea Fire Relief Fund, which appeared in your last issue, we, the under. signed, would like to place before your readers a few facts re the actions of the president of the Shire >f Dandenong, and the South riding representatives. On the afternoon of the day of the disastrous fire, we were present at a council meeting, when a com munication came to us that a large fire was raging at Chelsea, We immediately withdrew from the council meeting, and proceeded to the seat of the fire. On arrival, we had placed before us the approxi. mat; amount of damage caused by the said fire, and we were ap proached by the Rev. L R Croker, suggesting that a combined appeal should be made by Mr Win. Keast, M.L.A., the president of the shire, in conjunction with the South riding representatives. The full facts were placed before Mr Keast and Cr M'Leod, and they agreed to co-operate with us We endeav. ored al...