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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

ASPENDALE. a - * d The second of the series of ploture a habows and concerts run by the r Aspendale Fire Brigade was held in the Chalet picnic grounds onWSatur day night last. There was only 1 fair attendance, which is to be 1 regretted, as the pictures shown, And 1 the concert items rendered, were far, above the average, and indeed the entertainment was, of its kind, one of 'the best that has leen given in Aspendale. Considering the object for which these eubortainments are being ruin; the reduction of the in debte lhess on the Fire Station build nlug, the residents and property ,wntr? should patronise and aid the efforts of Messrs Speed, Baird and Jones, who have put so much energy into these affairs, Miss May Kelvoy, a serio-comic artist, rendered several items in good style, and was well received. Mr Walter Howgato, the .'well-known singer of illustrated picture songs, whose baritone voice was heard to good effect in two items, viz., "Jack Tar" and "Nel Fun," had to respond to a...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

BOOTIB. Latest Style anrd Quality. Marshall's I?test Ox-blood Bals, 21s Wallaby Bals, bogo toes, 15s 6d Glazed Kid.Bals, 18p-6d. Box Calf, 18s - Woman's o ?blod1 Shoes, 14s 6d Woman's Court Shoes, Kismets, 14s Gd . M, (iLMOU, BOOTSELLERR AND J. viGIMOR, REPAIRE3R MORDIALLOC. Phone, 41 Chelt. Coacbbuilder and General Blacksmith - LORRIES A SPECIALIrY J . W .,N G .ORG, '19-51 Church Street, Richmond Phone Wind;or 2447 "There's Just TI me forS HIL L'S. t MORDIALLOC HOTELEL Telel h, n', 12 Chelt, Say! 4 , bher .'s.a bit o' luck!! Read this through- - You'll think so, tool / ABBOTT& ASON,_ I(114 J?? r de 2'~t?O l.? ())?, 2,.'i ,!,/ +',,, HI. NEILL, CFIFERF MAIN STREET, 'MORDJALLO( Xmas Display of Nvelties 'pecial values in Bathing'Gowns, Costumes, Blouses, Mercery, Boots and Shoes Orders taken for Tents. All Goods at city prices \di HOot TitI W Thompson & Co., R9OCEdIES, PRODUCE CROCKERY Point INpean ioad, Cheltonham Clione, Chelt. 64. Cheltenhamr Jiairdressilg Saloon C. ...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

CHELSEA The secretary of the Fire Brigade S(Mr E. J. Howard) reports that members were called to a fire on Saturday last at Aspendale. They taurned out smartly, but their services were not required. On T'uesday the brigade attended the fire, at Mr James Kennedy's farm, but owing to slaok of water, very little could be 4one. The fire brigade has deci'led to kold a bazaat at Easter, With a view ., securing' fuinds for an .,enlarged equipment. Donations in cash or gods will be gladly aek?nowledged by the secretary. Mrs Henderson, F]?ankston-road, has dlonateda:guinea to tae brigade funds, Mr J. A. Bond two lamps, and Mr Fricke ,a tin of fkeroaeno. The committeealso desire is to;aoknowledge, the kindness of Mvr ttL in running a shooting galo lery di?ing the holidays in aid Qf the I'igad? Sands, the net profit being £',G 1(4. The et,.come social to W, 6, Peanse, the i'ecelptly.appointed per. man, nt winiaer of the Congrega tional hltroh, wvas hold on Tuesday night, "nd was 'ory largely a...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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OUR DIFFICULT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

OUR DIFFICU?1'L" L.M,~lAE;. A manikin's a l-ttlemau That simple fact. no, ao* will, stump; But a napkin's nota ]Rttle ap And a pumpkV.s not 9 ittle pump. A starling is a littli star That's very plain to any champ; But a stripling's not a little strip And a dumpling's, not a little dump. A kidlet is a lit0'e-kid,, That's seen by e'cn.the dullest nut, But a hamlet's not a, little ham, And a cutlet.nats a.little cut. A princess is a lady.' prince, But it is not held, by any bloat, That a mattressisa. female mat, Or a buttress.is a uannygoat, Oh, English, youº are strangely. made. You're not a, tongue for gumps or fools. I'll never master-you, I'm 'fraid- You've more exceptions than you've.rules i

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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AT MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

AT MENTQNE. On Thursday, at lJ wa.m., the local brigade received a: oal to land at Nepean and Moorabbin, roads, Eight men awu two hose oar'rk nder Ffre man Brown, attended" qsickly, and wore able to save a four-roomed house occupied by; rs Martin. Three acres of grass, aud five acres of scrub, the property of Mr J. Goaldthorpe, were dbstroyod. In the past three weeks there has been a series of scrub fires at the Trafalgar Estate, situated on the heights be tween Sandringham and, Obheltenham. This area is thickly covered with scrub, and the buildings are not numerous. There is nothing to act as a break ou a fire whieb has got beyond control until the boundaries are reached. The first outbreak oc curred on December 22, at about 9 p.m., when a villa ocecupied by Mr Nash was endangered. On the morning of December 31 a minor outbreak, easily dealt with, ocurred. In the afternoon, however, the brigade was called out again to deal with a fire, which started near Glad stone-street, and spre...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

ASPENDALE. MIossea Coghill and Haughton, 79 Swan. ston-street, Melbourno, report a fair atten dance at their auction sale of properties at Aspendale on Saturday. The five.roomed villa residence kaown as "Branxholme' was sold for £500,. Two bungalow resi dences were also offered, but they were passed in, For the block of land lo0ft x :30ft, situated at the corner of Point Nepoean and Edithvale-roads, £2 15s per foot was offered, but declined, The re serve price on this property is sot at £43 3s per foot.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Market Reports and Sales REPORTS DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 6th January [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

Market Reports and Sales REPORTS DANDENONG MARKET, Tuesday, 6th January Dairy cattle.-A heavy yarding of all ldr'ses of cattle forward; milkers and springors sold at slightly reduced rates at from £6 10s to '10 178 6d. Tho following are some of the principal sales:- D. J. Blourko 1 at £10 17s 6d, T Madigan 3 to 9 178 6d; Leant. Corrigan 7 to £917 6d, . lowman 5 to £8 lOs, W. G. Keys 2 to 8 178 6d, Mrs. F?. Lodin 1 at, '8, D. M'Lellan 2 to 28, A. M'Lellan J to £~8, ; Gamuble 2 to £7 17s 6d, 8, Kingston 4 to' £' 17s 6d, H. Masters 1 at £7 12s 6d, G. Keys 2 to £715, W. Ward 6 to £7 12/0. Springera,-D. J. Bourke 5 to £8, Peter son Bros. 0 to £8 2s 6d, W. Ward 11 to £8, F. Einsidol 2 to £6 10s, J Hughes/1 to £6 2s Od. Store and fleshy cattle . late rates, Pigs,--Market. easier, bacon to 74s, porkers 25s to 45s, suckers and slips to 15s to 258. Calves to 42e.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

A SEPARATE BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR YOUNG. LAIDES and a SEPAR\TE BUSINESS COLI.EGE FOR `YOUNG GENTUEMEN WV to for Prospectr,, 'tie College esumes oI the 9oth inst. F. S. 4ECKWIRTH, .,I P.S?6 Eng,, ,':S,W,, Vic., Principal The Central Business Coamege 6t-*~ COLLINS STREET (next Audi'nrium) The Necessity of Life, Some Pople sayv its monuev, We say it's We make it I We bake il bd deliver it anywho c. awl it 1I always good quality. 'alch and Small Go dsi ive , ?ro f I attetdinn J. RENNIE MENeTONe - Beach Blocks har cao. At Aspendale, Chelsea ard Carrum To secure one you must act quickly. £5 Deposit - £1 per month. W. A. TOWLER, Auctioneer, 406 Collins Street, City, or Local Offices, Ptone Central 3720 To Chelsea Residents SHAVING purchased the Business of Mr S, P. HOOPPELL, I trust to.receive the same liberal suppdrt you have accorded, him. I inted, to give strict attention to quality and price of all goods, and hope to nmerit your ,. A. trial order solicited, P. B9Z1 ®OP, Phone 91 Chelt. P...

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THE MODERN SPIRIT OF SPECIALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

THE MODERN SPIRIT OF ' SPECIALISATION. One of the most remarkable de- - ielopments of the increased demands which our l)resent-day civilisation tas created is the multifarious sup )ly of mechanical inventions which the n.cassities of our artificial mode of existenc. have called into being, The natural sequence of this applied science is a growing' tendency which is found amongst mechanics, scien tists, and the public in general of a severe specialisation of knowledge both in theory and practice. More and more industry becomes specialised, and men concentrate all their intelligence and vigour on the one particular 'branch which they have marked for their own. Experts n electricity, medicine, manufactu ies, law, sheep-raising, wheat-grow ing, or any of the innumerahle avoca tions which Australia offers her en terprising citizens, all are utilising their energies in one direction only, with a quite remarkable ignorance of ,ven the most rudimentary laws which govern the sciences which t...

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COMPULSORY WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

COMPULSORY WIRELESS, There is no doubt as to the fact that compulsory installation of wire leas telegraphy on ocean-going steam ers is both justified and necessary. Rlecent maritime history has proved over and over again the life-saving power which lies in the possession of the Marconi apparatus in time of storm or danger. Quite recently the hburning ship "Volturno" gave us a remarkable illustration of the* powYer of this great modern safeguard, and '00 Fouls undoubtedly owe their lives to thi ether waves which carried their cries for help to distant steam ers.: During the last few months hundreds anh hundreds of people have been saved by this great invisible force which annihilates distance, and liminates tile silence and dangers of the deep, Contrasting these instances, it is almost certain that bhad the ill-fated "Waratah" possessed a wireless an paratus, some, if not all, of her Pon passengers . would have beeno savyed,: while even at itsi worst the .re.lntivet of those on board...

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Hogg, Shepherd and Songster. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

Hogg, Shepherd and Songster. O(r aturday, November 21, 1?'i5, .1AnaId Hogg, once a guido tc W\ordsO',rth, the Poet Laureate, "an! ldescrihe(I by him as the Ett W'd, s'hopherd, died at the pIarish in S,4 I.h'rk of tht name, where he hai ,an born in 1770, 1I13 surmilmle was one of those JIivetl to a jMan by acctuaintances within 1100 y4ars after the Normar ;ongqu.st, as a nicknamea, for sonic pe'sOl't?,0 reasoln, and in this cls3 not a tom)plime?itary oae, and whicl con(tinuuCi to dis'linguish the famil, descended(l from h;in ; but that wila o) insull to his posterity.. Sheeop a('0 swine do not iatenh us. soclate tot;ether, but this .fIogg's (occupation was that of cark,? 1o= 1le fOl'lller, onmOl whi.ch thile' Esuiuiina 'Shopherd" was sihllitrly c.d llved, aIt "'To\\llrd'" was frolm, the a'ronstnr I " aws, , d lthe lit ' , oru ni music 11in ay sound: iproduer.i! by n lpi, liul, thltt did not pr-,vont IIogg beinog at poet. loi'om tiwnty y'ears of' ageo, Iogg wooe fha' ten: engaged as a...

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The Walking Cranks. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

The Walking Crarks,. ------+ At a sports meeting, held some time ago, an item was included, wherein tweuty young fell3ws were engaged in a walking match. .An ilderly sawagman was an interested onlooker ; he subsequently broke but as follows : I'vo been all mo lifo Binoo a nippor, On tho wallaby nmost of mo days, And I'vo tackled tho gamo, in most parts you could name, Though I can't say it pleases or pays., Anl' I'vo s0oo1n soni8 quour blokes in m11 travels, That was ratty in various ways, Hnt I'vo only just met the balnmiest sot I've run agon all me days. Thoy was padding the 'oof for plonauro, A score of 'oe all in a string, Goin' poll uIoll, streaking like 'ell, Just for tho fun of tho thing. Woll, I'vo struck nsome strongo sights in n11 lifotimeo, And Heon strango u.on doin strange things, iHut of Ill tho absurd.bloomin' games that I've 'ord, Is to trAilp for tho.pleasuro it brings. We 'avo got about, Ino and Matilda, A fairish good bit in our days, An' lookin' baok now, I can't...

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Aspendale Progress Association. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

Aspendale Progress Association, MONTHLY M?EE'TIN(-. Members met lasi Saturday -'in the Racecourse Hall, Mr F. J. HFunsto:i presiding over ia small at teudauce. Correspondonoe. From Mr J. WVilliamson, secre. tary of Chelsea Progress Associa tion, conveying thanks for assist ance and support auring recent fire. -Received. From Mir E. B Jones, Acting Secretary Victorian Railway Com missioners, re bad conduct in trains, stating that the matter hau been referred for further inquiry. Thej advised passengers to bring any act of misconduct under the notice of the staff.--The president considered that the association could not do ony more in the matier at present. Ile wis,,ed the travel Jing pub?ie° aii&t Y@'ji6V dfic-i" cases, aind thus assist the depart ment. Several cases had been tried recently, and there were more to follow. From Railway Commissioners, re increase of train service. They considered present service adequate, and could not accede to the request for additional train...

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PRINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

PRINTERS, "News" Office, Cheltenham. Tel., Chelt, 21, SADDLER. R. Maxwell, Cheltenham. SINGING & ELOCUTION. Herr Foller, Mentone. TAILOR . Tainsh ,nrl'n - H. Fitz.immnons, Chelsea D. Ew?wi Ce, and Chclbca UNDERTAKERS. Rose B.co, Cheltenham. F. Powel., 9tndringham'

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PLUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

F. Pain, Mordialloc.S P..?Pain, Mordialloc.

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PIANOS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

PIANOS. J. B. Shiepherq, Mordia1Ioc

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WILL PUNISHMENT BE EVERLASTING ! [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

W ILL PUNISHMENT BE EVER LASTING ? * ly PASTO1R ]1USSELTL, Tet "'1'hcflo shall go awtiy ii~.o cveritist. iii;, hmenhuw i but the ligllteous into Vlife r~lriui." (Mlatthewv xxv,, 40,) i r _ The spealer appro.lrflel d his euljeet rt'verevLtl, din'ringthlhat all nImlkind-re engnih.o two groea fneti:---(1) That ill reo sill r3a, i nlp r-3t',fe t; and ().I~' tt--a int'i penalty for ?in81. proper, knowled';. thing a primb: fau'tor;'rThis>ra ,i' ahnitatld 'v3t'( l;"Y thi ,a'' w hilI rl" l h t th. 11lhle i . an 'g;irdtI ,ht.m ,Mtelli t? * laln of 1311{J:rlj'lýj?'0:?lllt g]!]?ll?. ?.?li? ?!,,?|1xll't -l, ld 1.4t iilhulge; ini"pheulIton hiiiut i3i31l.d 441id ,y Ih .\'otaid fl'odM 11. heliihd Il tt our foreftllhers iud addld 'to the Scriptulres. without realisiih g it. , Our In' ptist frienils, lii brinting forward Io iiewy, tr?anslation of the ilible, fre tle tInmni "underworhl," iitead of he:l; in tr3nslating the Ilobi'ow' ?:ord Shcol and the correspomdig (Gretk word ifadra.s, Thin i, a'r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

Moorabbin Co.Operative Society, LIM ITED Largest Stores in the District, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone, 18 ,nelt, , Oash frices lowest in the trade. Cash honus paid on all your purchases half.yearly. Call and get paruticulars. Best White Sugar, 28d per lb, 2s 4d doz Best 150otest Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 38 xiid tin. Best.Sago, Tapioca, ad lb, is 9d doz. Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Pea'9, 2d lb, 2s 3d doz "First.. Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s 9 gd doz, Flour, 2s51bs paper,, s 41d, 5olbs 4s gd, 251bs calico, 2s 6d, 5olbs 5s Our own 8pecial Blend Teas, is, is 3d, 1a'6 Lowest Market Rates for Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, Barley Meal, Peamtal, uranning, Peas (Dunan Yorkshire Hoeos),, Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw; Cape Barley, and till other producA. ROSE BROS.,,. _.FURNISIiING. UNDERTAKER5..... . OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM. Funerals Conducted inany. part of the District. Coaches Supplied` ......TLEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM EXCHANGHi......? REYNOLDS' BROS NE...

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

GENERAL,. Chaff WVorks--J. L~ Smith, Bent Mkow&- .dt nr Garage, Chlact, Po61tryý-rAthtjalia Incubating Farm, Metitone. Pigs--Griffitlis, Cheetenham. SawvMlL-3 and C. Caudwe11, Mentone -Watclhmaker.--Chen. Cooper, Chel.

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WOOD & COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 10 January 1914

WOOD & COAL, J. J. Fihr, Cheltenham. J. Buttrleih, Chelsea. J. & C udwell, Mentone.

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