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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 February 1914
POSITION, OF CLUBSB. -- I Plyd Won Lost Dr. Poe, Pb pta sod ."A" Grade East Caulfleld 9 8 0 1. 18 17 Bt, George's 9 '7 1. 1 18 15 Oakleigh 9 5 4 is 18 10 Malvern Die, 9 4 6 .0 18 .8 Murrumbeena 9 2 7 0 18 4 "B" Grado Glonhuntly 9 7 ? 0 18 14' E, M'lv'n Pres 8 6 2 0. 16 12 M'Kinnon 8 6 .,2 0 1¢ 12 Carnosie 9 4 '4, 1 18 9 Montone 9 8 5 .1 18 7 East Caulfield 9 3 6 0 18 6 OQkloigh 9 3 6 0 18 6 Malvern Diet, 9 2 7 0 18 4
Brighton District. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 February 1914
Brighton District. FIrst Grade, . . Highott, four for 228, innfirsdeoolarod closoed (A E 8tblphon 79, E, .hi 74 not out), boat Brighton Union, 80 anud 79, by an innings and 69 runs, Choltonham, 108 i'd 86 (W Joln ou 19 not out, W, Rose'. 13), v Elsternwiok A,N,A., 64 and fiveo fo '40 (W, Rose two for 1, F, Fisher soven?l? 48, W, Foreman five for 43), Cheltonham won by 45 on first innings Holy Trinity, 192, beat Hurlinghant, 158 and five for 52, by 30 on first innings: Delegates of the Caulfield= Moorabbin Association met as usual last Wednesday. The most impor. tant item of buslness was considera tion of a protest lodged by M'Kin. non against Mentone. By the evidence it appeared that a dispute between the umpires arose while the last ov.r was being 'bowled about whether time was up, The Mentone umpire, who, by the way, was down at the batsman's end, walked up to the M'Kinnon umpire, who was at the bowler's end, and, as they could not agree about the time, the Mentone umpire theres u...
B Pennant. MENTONE v OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 February 1914
B Pennant, MENTONE v OAKLEIGH, Townsend, Gouldthorpe, Erwin, SE Moloney ... ... 38 - Oakleigh .. .: - 14 ;Shtntlebury, C Caudwell, G Pepper , .... ... 34 - Oakleigh .., . ,,, - 19 Soudds,. Caudwoll, Coffey, Jordan 80' - Oakleigh . .. - 23 Thurling, 'Maskoll, Edwards, Lannan ...,, ,,. 24 - Oakleigh ... ... ... - 24 126 80 Cqntrary to the usual courtesy existing in bowling circles, Chelten hamn A's were not not notified on or before Saturday last that Prahran would be unable to procure a team, with the result that a dozen players were diagged to Prahran green for nothing,~and it was a boiling hot day. ' . , Mentone has now won their sec tion, likewise Cheltenham A and B. May we hope all local teams will maintain their superiority in the finals, and at least three pennant flags secured for the respective ,pavilions.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 February 1914
Moorabbin CoOperative Society, I T .LIM ITED Largest Stores in the District, POINT 1NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM -A? Phone, i8 Chelt,. Oash.prices lowe~t:initherade; Ci9ibalhiis paid o'l your . .--..purchases half.yearly, Call and get particulat? , Best White Sugar, i-?d peF Ib,2'2 4id doz Best 15o tQstKerosene, Shell, 'Light of Age, 3s iid tie . 8, t Bagg,, .apiibca,,,:.d Ib, .,' :c 9d' doz, 3 Best Oatmea Ric lay, :es,,od, li 2s 3d doz "Fir.st ,Pick'" T auce '5 , 4s 9d doz. Flour, sl1bs paper,' 23 4d, 5blbs 4s gd, 251bs calico 2is.6d4, .c..... 5olbs 5s Our own Speclal Blend Teas, is, r's 3d, a .d Lowest Market Rates for Bran, PolI rd, Chaf, Oats, Wheat, Maize,' Barley Meal, Peameal, brarning, .Peas (Dun and'Yotlkshire Heros), B)lod meal, Bl;od manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other produce. ROSE BROS., ?__..FURNISHiING UNDERTAKERS., OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Ft. a::iS Conducted in?any part of the District, ./ Coaches Supplied ..... TELXPHONE 42, CHIELTENHAM? EXCHANGE,,.,. REYNOLDS BR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 February 1914
Latest Style and Quality. Marshall's Latest Ox-blood Bals, 21s Wallaby Bals, bogo toes, 15s 6d Glazed Kid Bale, 18s 6d. Box Calf, 18s , Woman's Oxblood Shoes, 14s 6d Womrn's Court Shoes, Kismets, 14s 6d J. M. GILMOUR, BOOTSELLBR AND MORDIALOC. Phone, +I Chelt, Coachbuilder and General Blacksmithl - LORRIES A SPECIALI LY NOTrHING ETTEoN O?V EELB --- r ý xGoORG , 549-51 Church Street, Richmond Phone Windsor 24471 "There's Just Timne for a Drink" in S?'. HILL'S MORDIALLOC , HOTEL , Teleph,n, 1a2 Cnlt, Telephone 66, Local Exchange. Say! ! -!ere'sa bit o' luck!! Read this through-. . You'll think so, tool ABB0 TT & MA SON, GPoTE' v, muI'Ii , 1)ki hV Paonuies & House ,nd Estate A n __| '·` ? ' "?" Cheltenham I 'airdressing Saloon C. E. BENNETT Noted t; r ckanliness. Tohacco, Ci?; wtes, Pipes, Cigars, etc., City prices. Razors round and set, Aspendale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval Opposite Edithvale Road Crossing. NEPEAN ROAD &nbsp; &nbsp; Good Work. Mod...
Scrub Fire at Mentone. OFFENDER FINED £5. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
Scrub Fire at Mientone. OFFENDER FINED 58, On Wednesday, at the Chelten. Iham court, Sydney Townsend, an elderly man, was charged with having on or about 15th February, set light to inflammable material, giass, etc., endangering the pro. perty of other persons. Accused pleaded not guilty, and was de fended by Mr P. J. Ridgway. The bench consisted of Messrs V. Tan. ner, P.M., Burgess, Brownfield, Rogers, Barnett, and Ie Page, J's.P. Robert Marriott deposed that at I about midnight on the 14th inst., he saw flames amongst the scrub on the Point Nepean Road, near his property. At the same time, he saw a man stooping down, ap. parently lighting another, as flames immediately sprang up from another spot. He teleplhoned to his brother for assistance, and to Constable Fricker, Between them the flames were quickly put out. At daylight the next morning, he (tho witness) and the policeman followed certain footprints, which led to the spot where Townsend camped, After some questioning, accused...
Chelsea Fire Relief Fund To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
Chelsea Fire Relief Fund To'the Editor Sir,-In reply to a, letter signed by the South riding councillors, which appeared in your issue of 14th inlst,, the executive committee of the above fund desire me to state that no."attack" was.uade upon the councillors mentioned, their aim and only desire in publishing the correspondence being to emphasise the difficulties which faced the com. mittee, by the shire president de. cltning to call a public meeting. As to the reference that councillor's efforts were checked by the comn mittee making arrangements for their appeal to be published in the city dailies, nothing of the kind was even attempted. A press letter was forwarded in the usual way, per train, certainly with the hope that it would be published. Re. garding the alleged delay in re questing the presidenit to call a public meeting, it was only about three weeks, which included Christmas and New Year holidays, and the committee was not aware that the president was away on holidays It ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
Electricity! The gates of the whole world are open to the electrician. He will go where he will, He will * got whit'he wants. ELECTRICITuY. ELEC CRICITY The world's moving power. ,£,ooo,ooo to be spent in electrifying the railways, Jot this down, The man with oerctricity in his head has what he lilkes in his pock t, Oar terms are so reasonable that the p'oreet man can become an electrician Wr o now, right away, Write away for particulars and find out hlow to become a successfu electrician, F. S. Beckwith, F.I.P.S., Eng., Principal 165 Cpllhs 8treet, Melbourno. TORpCBhL, Waggonottes, Drtga oto., , ringup J, MUVPPHY, Clholtonha,. 'I.'elephonogyl; ', . - '] The State Savings Blank of Victoria. Guarantced by the Government of Vic· torin, BRANCIHES of the State Savings Bank are now open at ,Chelto!ha' m-Charman Road Sandringham-StatiOn Street Balaolava-Carliele Street A NEW SAFE DEPOSIT DEPART. MENT for the exolusive use of depositors is now established for thoe sfa custody of valuab es ...
Dandenong Shire Council MONDAY, 23RD, FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
Dandenong hllre Council MONDAY, M23a?r, FEBRUARY, Prosent-The President (Cr Harris) OCr Rain, Groves, Andaley, Pearmon, Burden and Abbott, COnPRESPONDI)NCE, From Board of Health, sending a copy of Inspector's report covering sanitary arrangements on tho fore shore, also one relating to the condi tion of nightsoil depots in the shire,. Consideration of these were deferred ponding the receipt of a report from Inspector Shotley. From Lands department enclosing amended foreshore regulation, stating that some had been g.ozettcd on 28th ult. From W. S. Koast, M.I.,A,, inti. mating that he was attending to var iout matters including: increasing size of building allotments, Eleotoral Registrar for Chelsoa, amendment of the Thistle Act. From soarotary of water supply conference stating that a further meeting would boe held in about a fortnight's time, and asking the coun" cil to pass ,/'50 as promised towards the preliminary expenses of the oon· feorence, Letter received and amount I passed ...
MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
MiNTONB The bowling olub are on the eve ol doing great things. The com Inaiue has deoided to take over the tuennuis counrt, provide a oroquet lawn, also two billiard tables. Ir G. Maher has generously given ten feet of land adjoining the green, this giving the olub ample space for the proposed improvements. The pa vilion is to be enlarged, and one of the tennis courts removed to another. spot. The.oti(nated rAxpeidituie is £00. T'rhe tennis olnb members have already endorsed the sohome, and members of thle bowling olub will be asked to do likewise at a speoial meeooting on Monday week. At the last meeting of the Moor. abbin oonnoil, a deputation from the Progress Assooiation attended. The members thereof were Messrs H. C. Edwards, J. Caudwell, J. Coffey and 0. E. Ashby. The request they preferred was that councoil would ereot a shelter shed near the pier. A plan of same was submitted, whioh showed' a building of weatherboard and iron, oontaining two dressing sheds, each 14 x 9, the ...
SEAFORD. SUBDIVISIONAL SALE. SATURDAY, 7th MARCH, [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
SEAFOD,. I . SUBDIVISIONIAL SALE SATURDI.X, ?th AMAROH, At the present moment plIaoti cally all that cani be said of. this new S seaside suburb is that it has a good train service, a aailway station, and a oharming beach in olose proximity thereto, Probably after Saturday, the 7th prox,, a great deal more can be written, as on that day 140 busi ness and residential sites are to be offered for sale, The sale is to be conducted by T, R B, Morton and Son, in a marquee adjoining the station, at 3 p, m, Prospective purohasors can seourbe all details from that firm (a plan 'is enolosed with this week's "News.") The terms quoted are remarkabhly easy, viz,, £5 deposit, £3 per quar.ter, five per cent, interest, The Railway Commissioners have explicit frith in the. future of the distriot, as they have recently completed station pre. mises at a cost of £3000, Mielbourno city is rapidly extending, other sea-o side townships have already doubled in values ..during thile past few years, The inoso...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
MORDIALLOG.C A Meeting of the 1914! Carnival committee was held in the Meohanios institute on Wednesday night, to further arrangements for the forth coming carnival to take place in June Cr D. White pi'esided over a rather small ,atteund~ns e.. -The .preident, stitotd that altbr payinug ?few' buall accounnts they would h1avt a bilance in hand to begii wvith of £8 7s 6d. He consdored this -vory satisfactory as there was no intention of carrying on in the same large scale as last year. He would advise the holding of a comic costume football match as the central figure of the arrangement tableaux could be worked in that would cause great amusement. He invited suggestions re side shows and other amusements. On the motion of Messrs Law and Collis, it was de oided to call for tenders from propri etors of merry-go-rounds and other side shows for the right of using ground on that day. Mr Collis pro posed that a comic costume football match be part of the proceedings,that ehe sides be chocen...
CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
CHlLSEA A report of the recent formation of a localbranch of the Sons of Toem perance Benefit Society appears. on the third page, J, and C, Caudwell have now ereoted an ofiace, next to Lessing's, A telephone has been installed, con emooted with their head office and mills, which customers may use free 4of charge. A special meeting of the Progress Association is to be held to-night, to consider electric light proposals. The recommendations of the meeting may probably be of some assistance to the com.ci'. as that body has now called for applications from persons willing to supply the district with electri elty, iAt the Cheltenham Police Court on Wednesday, Constable M'Donald proceeded against Garnet TI'urner, for the larceny of a flatiron, the pro perty of Mrs Sandford, valued Is. Turner was defended by Mr T. Fogarty, and pleaded not guilty. Mrs Sandford stated in her evidence that thlie iron was part of the remains of some of her property, which was destroyed by fire on 22nd December...
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
ASP3JMDAL?., The frienits~ of Or and Mr. 1. Oroven will regret to learn of the death of tlho sister of the latter, Mrs Gibbett, 'who died last Friday from an internal conmplint. Her remains 'vere interrod in the Mol lournme General Comotery on Satur ?day. A husband and two children are loeft to mourn the loss of wife and mother. The authorities of the Methodist &lt;huroh have arranged for an ontor* tainnent to be held on Easter Satur day. The affair is to be hold in the raciaeourseo grandstand reserve, where amplt Hseating accommodation and fholter is provided, Mr 11. Hunter has accepted the sueretarial dutioes, An illustration is given on our third page of the way some people supply "pooeket handkerohief allot ments," Residents are reminded of the YVudevills Concert to be held tonight at the Racecoourse Hall, The objeot is a laudable one, viz: to raise funds to jliquidate the debts of the Fire irignde,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
1Morabbin CoO=0perative Society, LI~EITED Largest stores in the Distr1o, POINT NEPIAIA ROAD, CHELTENHAM: ; ..s~ ¶" Phone, 18. Chelt, . . OCash prices lowest in the trqde. Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half-yearly. Call and get particulars. Best White Sugar, 2id per Ib, as 4td doz Best 15ao test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 3s sid tin. Best Bago, Taploca, ad lb, .s gd dos. Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, ajd lb, '.? 3d dos "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s gd. doz. .. llour, 251~s paper, as 4td, Solbs 4s gd. a5lbs calico, as 6d, . olbs 5s? Our own Special Blend Teas, Is, xs 3d, is 6d Lowest Market Rates ,o, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, Barley Meal, Peameal rat ning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshire' Heros), ilood meal, Blood msnulr, tiiaw, ( ape Barley, and all other produce, I l ~~~ .... ~as 30e--? ,,,-,?, ROSE BROS.,> d__FURNISHIlN UNDERTAKERS.a OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTBNHAM. Funerals Conducted inlany part of the District. Coaches Supplied ..... TELEPHON 42...
Methodist Church Concert [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
MIethodist Church Concert A very successful concert and fruit soiree in conneotion with the Methodist ohurch was held in the Sohool Hall on Wednesday, 18th inst., the Rev. A. H. Horton presid ing. 41he Rev, W, .O, Bridgborn was also present. The tables were nicely laid out, and laden with an abundance of choice fruit, soft drirnks, eto. Ice oream was also'pro. vided., A splendid musical pro. gramme was endered by the follow ing ladies and gentlemen:-Messrs Gordon, Thorpe, Olver and Parker, and Misses Angus, Soorer and Shat. well, Miss 8oorer was heard to great advantage in "The Soul of the Violin," and held the audience spell bound.
MENACE TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
MENACE TO AUSTRALIA. Tle news of the pl)robable indepen lence of the Phiiippine Islands, which has lately.been lIsued from Washing ton, is of very genulne and powerful interest to all connected with Austra ila. The controlling interest of Uncle Sam in this group of islands has been the great safeguard of the Common wealth I and the knowledge that America is on the alert to meet and rebuff any enerouchmentu which Japan or other Eastern Powers might see fit to make, has renoved from our shoulders a load of anxiety and re sponslbility, ?The history of the* Philippines Is full of incidents quite out of propor tion to the mileage which goes to the making of this interesting group. Since 1531, when the islands wore claimed by Magellan for the Spanish King, their record has bean one I ng account of insurrections, invasiq.:s, and general misfortune, Under Spanish control the popul - tion consisted of innumerable pagan tribes, which waged inqessant warfare with one another, (fnji were kept s...
State of the Tides [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
State of the TIdes High tide for tbe ensuing week will be as follows - Bunday .. 4.59 .,, 5,16 Monday ... 5.31 ... 5.49 . Tuesday .6,6 ... 6.23 Wednesday ... 6,40 ,,. 6,57 Thursday .., 7,10 ,, 7,85 Friday ,,, 7,55 ,,. 8,17 Saturday ,., 8.39 ... 9.3 Low tide',emi be estimated at about ialf way betweein the times mentioned.on any one day, TbPhe Nes --"Tis not In moltOls to colmmand slcce?m, But we ldo more, Sel?prolluan well deserve IIt SATURDAY. FEBRUAltY 28, 1914,