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CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
CARRUIM At a meeting of the Progress Assooiation, held last Wednesday, it was resolved on the motion of Messrs Jones and H. Rigby to nominate Mr R. A, Colenso for the vacanoy in the Dandonong oouncoil, caused by the resignation of Mr N. MoLeaod. Aspendale and Chelsea associations are to be invited to o-noperate in securing Mr Colonso's return. A meeting'of the progress associa tion was hold in the Meohanios In stitute on Wednesday night last, Mr R A Colensopresiding There was a large attendance of members rand visitors, among the latter being Cr Groves, Messrs Riohardson and Flyger, Aspendale, and Mir J James, President of the Chelsea Assooiation Mr McCartney, of Well's road, was elected seoretary. Amongst tlhe coirespondence reoeived were the following letters:-From Cr N G MoLeod, notifying the assooiation that his resignation as counoillor would be placed before the Dande nong Shire Counoil at their next meeting, From Mr Peroy Evans, Secretary of the Foreshore trust, requesting th...
CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
CHiELSEA For many years Mr F, Frewin J.P., was conductor of the choir at North Melbourne Ohuroh of Eng land, famed for the excellent charao tar of its singing, Quite recently thile members thereof forwarded a letter, expressing regret at the loss sustained by Mr Frewin in the recent fire,' and also sent a very handsome easy chair to be placed in the new residence, now being built. Need less tp say, both the gift and the letter were gratefully accepted and acknowledged. The Progress Association meets to-night at the public hall, During the course of the meeting a very finue gold watch is to be presented to the honorary secretary (Mr J. William son) for services rendered in that capacity for a long period, Members and intending members of the distriot benefit society are re minded that tue quarterly meeting will be held on Monday evoening next, February 16th, Quarterly subscriptions are dne, and a trustee and treasuer are to be elected. It is to be hoped that members will show that th...
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
ASPENDALE, A very quiet wedding was oele brated in St Columba's Church of England, Aspendale, on the 2nd inst, when Miss Clarice Stephens, of Car rum was united in the bonds of matrimony to M1r William Boldiston, of Prahran, by the Rev L. R. Croker. At the conclusion of the ceremony a daintily arranged breakfast was partaken of by the relatives at Mr Baird's Tea-rooms, during whioh the health of the happy couple was pro posed by the vioar and responded to by the bridegroom.
MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
MILK, J. Henderson, Chelsea A. 'E. Opie, Chelsea A. T, Follett, Meutone. Mrs Bartlett, Chelsea PAINTERS. G. Monk, Cheltenham', A. Eastwood, Aspendale,
FRUITERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
FRUITERERS, " Stephens, Mentone. J. R., Bond, Ohelsea ,0. Cha;pman, Cheltenham GROCERS, tive stores, Cheltenham eman, Cheltenham. Thoeps ? & Co, Cheltenham. Abb?~ ?1Iason, Mentorie, Reygdi; Bros, Moorabbin. J ilmour, Mordialloo. s Woods, Highett. Kerr & Gibbius, ?spendale. F, Shepheard, Aspendale. Mrs Ewins, Aspendale, Service & Elliott, Brighton. F J., Jones, Chelsea F. l3ishop, Chelsea,
CARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
CARTERS, W. Dougherty, Chelsea S. Crawford, Cheltenham. W, Rich, Cheltenhath. COACHBUILDEBR . , . W. George, Richmond CONFECTIONERS, Mrs Hayes, Mentone,. H; Peterson, 'Mentone. E. Rippon, Chelteuham Mrs Walker, Chelsea Mlrs Thompson, Cheltenhamt. DENTISTS., C. Rattray, Cheltenham, . H. Tause, Ment'one, : . Mr J H Cromwell, Chelsea . DRAPERS." " Mrs Duzican, Chelsea FI, Foremnan, Cheltenham. Miss Shet her4, Mordialloo,; Mliss Neill, Mordialloc. Abbott and Mason, Mentont- :' DRESSMAKERS Mrs. Rich, Chelttenham Mrs Cooper, Highett ESTATE AGENTS. ' E. Leasing, Chelsea W. P. Fairlam, Cheltehham Small atid Edwards, Mentone D. White, Mordialloc. F, J, Newton, Mordialloc. W, E, Looker, Mentone. E. W. Wllton;.Aspendale?". ,I 6;' M. S. Lantan, Mentone. . "'1 Callaghlan & Co City. S. J. Cook, Chelsea W, A., Towler, Chelsea Clarke and Sons, Dandenong EDUCATIONAL4, Herr Foiler (singing). Mentone Miss Caudwoll (piano), Mentone Miss Murray (painting), Chelt, High School, Menitone. Stott's, ...
What do you think of Cheltenham? ITS RECREATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
What do you think of Cheltenham ? ITS RECREATIONS. (By A P Wilson) Upon the top of a hill, with a glorious outlook upon field and road, which spread like a grand panorama of everchanging beauty, overhung by the sombre shade of the pines, whose majestic glory add dignity to the whole, lie the tennis courts of Cheltenham. There the hiss of fast moving balls, the hum of rackets, the rustle of dainty clothes, the quick scrape of run- ning feet, with the joyful "Game" of the winness and the muttered etcetras of the losers, with manifold explanations why, are all a prelude to afternoon tea, where the witty interchange of negative compliments are not less enjoyed by the resting players than the rapid interchange of the balls over the net-or under. For it is a grand game, full of life and go, a bad stroke te be reprieved, a good one bettered, and withal the gentle intercourse of the weaker (?) sex, all tend, not only to sound muscles, good digestion, and healthy exercise, but also to that w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 February 1914
Moorabbin Co.Operative Society, LIMIITED Largest Stores in the District. POINT NEPEBL.Bl?~QAD,. ,.M' "?EI.,? ?AJSkl - Phone, 18 Chelt:. . Oasbh'prizbes lowestrii't?e t~ade. Cash bonus paid on. all your purchases half.yearly. Call and gt pj~rtiulars,. 1.est Whbite Spgar, ~ld per Ibla d;i z" Bet ISo test Kerosene, ':,hell, Light of Age, 3s IId tin, Best Bago, Tapioca, 2d Ib, is gd doz. Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, 2;,Jl Ib, ·s 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4?:"od doz. Flour, 251lbs paper, 23 4.id 5olbs 4s gd, 25lbs calco,\s 6d, Solbs s59 Our ownfl Special Blend Teas, Is, is9 d,'l16d 16 ' Lowest Market:Rares forBran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Whteat, Maize, Barley Meal, Peamreal ranning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshiie Hpros), Blood meal, Blood mranure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other rduce; ROSE BROS., ,.? FURNISHINO UNDERTAKERS.AI ." CHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, ... uinerals Ccrducted inian, art oi the District, Coaches Supplied ......TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM EXCHANGE........
BLACK ROCK [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 February 1914
BL*CI( RO K/ :r The H .~.Moon Bay bganoli oE the ý oyal $Saipg Cl b, Iad ar ranged dor a fori1t ".instal tng of a raft to be used 'o.ti the purposes of teaching switring. Tha~,aft itself is shaped lilke a U, madfe oP sheet iron and wad one o l se made at Ws itimstown in .ediineotion ' with thie.''Royal Ooiiinmissin 'on life sav ing. 'It was obtained from the Viotorian Government by Mr 0. R, r?powball, MR.L.A., but when placed in position, several seams sprung, and it would' not float properly. Messrs Snowball, M,L,A., J. A. Boyd and F, Tudor, M's.HR. and Cr B. J, Ferdinando attended last Satur day, when there was a fair attend anos of residents, Disappointment, was expressed that the real launoh ing ceremony would have to be postpoued until suoh, time as the raft was put ini prdper' order, How. ever, a pleasant afternoon was spent, Afternoon tea was. providbd by the ladies, Mr 'G. Revell:, he President of the olub, and Mr J. P. Sellars, secretary, supervising the arrange ments,
Cheltenham Police Court Wednesday, 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 February 1914
Cheltenham Police Court Wednesday, 18th February. Justices preseut-Messrs W. G. Burgess (chair), F. rT. LePage, G. Browufield, E. T. Penuy, P. Frewin, J's.P, Henry Jolley, 109 Abbotsford. street, North Melbourne, was charged on two couuts by Constable Pricker that on let February, at Beaumaris, he was drunk and dis orderly, and did use insulting words. Defendant pleaded not guilty. The bhabige was declared proved, and fines of 25s recorded. The Dandenong council pro. ceeded against several ratepayers for not having paid their sanitary rates. Orders were.made as below, with 5s costs in each case, Mr J. Macpherson and Inspector Shelley appeared for the council :-D, Allen 22s, M Bradley 20s 2d, Mrs Baker 33s, V St John Brady 22s, M Glass 16s 6d, S Hines"'44s, M Kennedy 22s, R J Matthews '22s, M Parr) 28s, Mrs Scathard 27s 5d, H Ii Sims 22s, F A Weston 88s, B Sharp 22s, Constable Fricker sued H Bar tram for having left a miotor car on the road at night at Beaumaris, on 1st Februaiy, wit...
Water Supply. FOR ASPENDALE, CHELSEA AND CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 February 1914
Water Supply. FOR ASPENDALE, CHELSEA AND CARRUM. Apparently the Federal Govern. ment do not intend j6ilning in the proposed scheme, whereby resi dents were to have an efficient water supply controlled by the municipalities of Dandenong, Frankston and Mornington, At a recent meeting of the Metropolitan Board of Works, the water supply committee reported :- An application has been Miade by the Commonwealth Deparitent of 'Home Affairs for a supply of water, and the committce recommends that a supply be granted from the Not ting Hill reservoir, when the water from the O'Shannassy scheme is available, on the following condi tions:-(a) That a meter, approved by the board, be fixed at the point of offtake, and maintained to the board's satisfaction. (b) That all, pipes be laid and maintained by thy/ department to the satisfaction,$* the engineer in chief of the boa 4. (c) That payment at thbrate of Is per 1000 gallons be made for all water supplied, (d) That no ex tension from the main sup...
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 February 1914
ASPENDALE, The annual meeting of the Church of England (St Columba) was held last Saturday evening in the church Mr John Lang presided, The eleo tion of guardians was hold, with the following result :-Captain Bowman, Messrs John Lang, A Kommis, and H J Richardson The balance sheet, as presented by the treasurer, A Kemmis, showed a balance to oredit of 383 and the completod balance sheeot of the recent bazaar a nett pro fit of £6[ A handsome now hymn board has been presented to the church by Mrs John Lang A very pretty wedding took place last Tuesday,whoen Miss Elsie Keith, daughter of Mr John Keith, of this township, was united in the bonds of matrimony to Mr Stanley Searlett, son of Mr Alexander Scarlott, of Kensington, The bridesmaids were Miss Ada Keith, sister of the bride, and Miss Webb, The ceremony was ?orformed at the residence of the bride's father by the Rev Hugh Jones, of 3Mordialloo' A daintily pre pared breakfast was partaken of in a spacious apartment of the residence,...