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ADVICE BY A LADY DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
ADVICE BY A LADY DOCTOR. "OQo of tlto peculiarities of the pres oat day," said I)r ~lary Scharlieb leoturing at the London Institute of Hygiono lately, "is that we have a perfect determinatioll we will suffer no pain we can possibly avoid, and that we will be very impatient and dii agrceable when pain is inevitable. "Because wo fool like that,' she oh served, "wod have a tundoniC to take drugs to relieve pain, This is not the spirit which we havo always hopled is chalraoteristic of the English., This is not the spirit which onabled Oaptain Scott to write seven, eight, or nine really cheerful ]otters as he watched his companions dio and felt that he himself must go in an hour or little more." Those who wanted to suffer and be strong, she said, must not taklo those destructive drugs whoso names end in "al." She named sulphonal, voronal, and chloral, with the warning that none of these should be taken, oxcept under the immediate direotion of the doctor; and the doctor ought to protect ...
LAUNDERING CURTAINS AND CHINTZES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
LAUNDERING CURTAINS AND CHINTZES, First shake and brush to get rid oe as mitch dirt and dust as possible. Never allow soiled clothes or flannels to lio about in a damp wash-house, or anywhere where they will become damp booi'o they are fairlMy wetted. On no account use a pIarticlo of soda, pearl ash, or paraffin, or anything of the kind; it is ruination to most colored articles. Allow plenty of water, just as hot as the hands can bear it, and plenty of room in the tub or pan, Use soft soap, if possible, Makno a soap jolly with a pound of yellow soap to two quarts of water. Simmer in a clean saucepani for an hour without boiling, then add enough jelly to make alsonp lather, If a general wash is.to bo done, the water in which the flainels have been washed or rinsed, through will, if made quite warm, do very well for coloured things, or that in which snuslins or silks have passed throughl a second time, provided no soda or any thing of the kind has been used. When the first washing is ...
THE LEADING PORT OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
THE LEADING PORT OF THE WORLD, 'The very lates sti eamnites of the value of tho exports and imports of the ten leading ports of the world show that New York now stands at the bend of tohe list, witlh an advantage of nearly two hundrcd million dollars over Lon don. The "Marino Review" says that Now York's total of exports and im ports, now valuedl at 1,973,981,693 dol lrs, is over five times the amount of commerce that was carried on by the entiro country half a century ago, As to the future, it is declared that the Panama Canal is bound to strong then the lead now secured by this port; for tho canal will bring New York 1600 miles nearer to Yokohama than is Liverpool; 2500 miles nearer Sydney; 41000 miles nearer Wellington, New Zealand; and 2571 %miles nearer Val paraiso. Bremen andl Hamburg being some 500 miles further romoved from the canal than Liverpool, it is evident that the new conditions-tho general rc arrangement of trade routes-will tend to strongthon the position of this p...
AN EYE HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
AN .EYE HOLIDAY, Everybody should give his eyes a day's holiday at least once a month, 'This is the opinion of a?n experienced house sureon. "In the prese?t ago," hlo says,' we exporionc far more eye. strain, owing to inoroeased readilin ha bits and multitudes of gIlaring lights, thamn our forefathers did, and we suffcr more from headaches, 'Therefore, give your eyes a holiday as frequently as possible. Givo them a day's absoluto rest, and the relief the next day will be most refreshling, When taking an eye-holiday a room with greet wall paper is a goad place to rest in if one cannot get to the country and Na turo's greeoon fields and hoes. Green rests the eyes more than any olther colour.". Kisses are the hlors d'oeuvres of tllh menu of love; jealousy is tho savoury, Why is an inolined plane like a lazny young dlogP ecaucuseo il' a slope up (alow pu?p),
IRON IN FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
IRON IN FERTILISERS. I'on is nlw~ays found in tho ash of plants, und, theclrefore, forms a part of theoir oomposition, but in such an in significant quantity that it is not neo essary to take it unto consideration, A crop of whoeat, grain, and straw is estlunatcd to contain only about 21b to the acro, and hay from 381b to 1b. lhMr hMunts., Professor of tho Instituto Ag ronomique, at Paris, investigated this subicot, and pointed out that tho.ac tion of sulphate of iron as roegard produoing increase.of crop orimprove. ment of quality does not justify the favorable opinions sometimes expressed. Farnmers should not be ilnduced to pay for it as an ingredient ilp chemloal manures, On the other hand, al though of no commercial use as a for tilisor, it possesses proportics which are most useful ns an mscltioido, and for the removal of moss, dodder, ond other noxious growths. clc,.·..; .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
The National Mlutual Life Asoociation A NOTABLE ILLUSTHATJITd OF TIlE NO-4FORFEITURE PRINOIPLE, A policy was taktin out by Mi Win. J. Edl\Viris, on ]( llJcclllce,.r 1t15, and lihe paid the premiumli. rigularl)y up to Ist Decitl er, I7. :\Af i that ldatlo he paid 1o tturlither Irii lun:, '1 he o'('C i advanied hlie tipaid piutumn out of the Surrender 'alue. and lipt the policy in full force i l tlh dealh of AMIr lEdward on 13th October', 18i,, The plosili.li of the polly thoiu \\'was: Sum asnlrel., .. . ... ~ il0 0 hounuses iddtcd to I',llcy to dato of death *.. 23 6 0 £313 6 0 Less Premiums ald Inlterest ladvanied by the Assuocia. tion ailt of thi Surrzendor Vahluo f tihe policy ... 54 19 Amlount handed to Widow of decetaed ,. ,, , ,, b58 6 o Although only 6 years' premiums we~e paid, the policy was kept in force for 10 years, 1 he above is pullblished as as triing oxamplo of the tenefits to be obtain?ed by a suring in tho National Mutual Lifeo Asso. ciation of Auslralasi.t iimiited...
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
W4th February.. Dafrl,6tlq:pr gAoo supply lof all do. ibr6lpS~ghi'~ th l de r aaspooilly. *e w sh deairdi*n advnceon late for Qiodb4ews, ,a* a.5df kt4sip? iyoto raHs. Bst msilkers 40 Io'to £12, extrato £14 10s, good 6 10os to 48 101, best sprmirgere 717e Od, good to 40, The fol. lowing were the prIn|p lot. Milkers: MIsoler E. Higging 2 to£14 101, L. Kol morgan 1 it £1315i, F. Einsiedel 3 to ',£12 10i, 'A. Mustard l' at £12 5v, 'W 0. Browafleld 2 to £10 5., Jo,. Greaves and .*ons 1 st £19 5a, NBowmian 4 to £102/6, 'M; O'Connor 1 at fl05s 'T, 0, West 3 to 49 15S, E. KCeys 3 to £910., L, -Linehamn 1 at ,O 2, Ud, E, Oardiner 8 to £9, J, .loket i at C~.0s, 8. Klngston 5 to..£S 17. 64, R. Angus 2 to £8 21 6d, :Hf aster. 1 at 8 %5sr Springers-?.aessi* La Cordi. gas 7 to £7 170 .6, W. Halrdy 2 to £7 10., N, owmamn 1 at £7, tore cattleti-A fair yarding, and sold'lat fully latelrates-Store cows to £3 10o, heifers to ~0a, poadies to 27e Od, Pigo:-A good supply of all. do. soriptiono, late high...
IS YOUR HAT SHABBY? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
IS YOUR HAT SHABDBY? If it, is a white straw thalt has be come sunulrntl dluring the holidnays, try cleaning it with lemon juioo and pow· dored aulphur. Mix thei lemoill and sulphur togethor in a sauoor and apply w'ithl a small brush--a polny nail brush will do ad mirably. Rinso the hat woll with clean col. water, and wipo witlh a dry cloth. Theaon placo in a shady plaeo to dry thorough Irv, ' . If it is one of teo sailor shaipes it should he placed on a tablo or board to dry, in ordoi to okeep the brim flat, 'i'his troatment cleans mnd whilone "white strawu" be'uitifidly,
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrosino.") "'Wear anything you like," says 'Luoille," "condltionally that thi bil iouotto is true to requiroemeots",' The endency to widen skirts is limited, mnd this tenudency is chiefly when they ire made of some soft sheer fabric. iioio of the modistes speak of theo hoop ikirt, which, however, is very different ,roin the broad ringed creation wo see i old family albums. We may hanw in underskirt, of white crepo do Chino ind Valonoionnes laoe, tho overokirt of vlhite ohiffon cloth draped as doxtor 2usly as possible. It is the tunio that is hooped, and somehow or other bhe idea is not so bad, This tunio or .loplum is of chiffon, and in the hlom is run the thinness sort of featherbono. t. will stand, out the least bit from the body, and there you are. To com plete, the bodied will be loose, fronts provided with skirt-like inset, Thero are the revers of the one and the turned down collar of the other, with such or namental eteeteras as may be advis able, The ...
Cheltenham A.N.A. A SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
Sheltc nihani A.N.A. SA SMOKE NIGHT. On Tuesday, at the Mechanics' Institute, a social gathering was held, when a large attendance of members was presided over by the president (Mr T. LePage. Musical items were rendered by Jaek ~lton, M. S. Caulfield, R. L, Baiding, H. P, P~terson, Syd. Smith, J. Sum mers and J. Oheuey.' Cr A. J. Small, who attended as a representativ. of the Sandring ham branch, proposed 4heiqanst of "The A.N.A." Iidoing so, he re marked that he counsidered it quite time the States providedithelr own Governors. Almost every day one could read in the papers, either of the arrival or departure of a State Governor. Sir John Madden acted on a recent occasson, and Victorians did not appear to notice any differ. ence, Mr Small also spoke upon the necessity of only using goods manufactilred in Australia. Aus trallans could antd did make first class articles, but they very seldom got the credit of it in the world's markets. SMr Smith. responded to the toast, and enlarged u...
Brighton District. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
Brighton D1istrict. First Grade. Elsternwick A.N.A., three for 52, v Oheltenham, 178 (Chandler 70, Rose 64),. Brighton Congregationals, 129, v Highett, one for 39 (G, Stayner 17), . Holy Trinity, 1'29, v Elsternwick Methodist, three for 33, * Regent'!s Park, 28, v St, Catherine's, eight for 70,
LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS Caulfield-Moorabbin. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
kAST? SATURDAY'S RESUILTS Caulfiold-.Moorabbin, "A" Grade, - Oakleigh, I7, v. St. George's, none for 43. "B'" ;rade. ' ' East Caulfield, three for 27, v East Malvern Presbyterians, 91 Mentone 59 (Blackwood 22, Mitchell 12), v Oaklelgh,-'57 and one for 14 (Blackwood three for 21, Whitehead two for 4, Rust two for 7),
Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
Bowls. (In all oases wh.ro competing olubs are mentioned, the matches took place, or are to take place, ts the case may be, on the ground of the first.mentioned. Order of players reoad--Skippers first, thence to loaders), Ohampious of local clubs were engaged on Wednesday in the V.BA. single-handed champion. ship, J. Shoedy 21 (Mentone, beat Roserow (Auburn), 15 ; R. Woff (Oheltenham), 8, was beaten by D)unham (Prahran), 21, and F.. Judd (Mordialloc), 11, was also de feated by Bleach (Richmond Union) 21,
HEATHERTON [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
HEATHERTON &nbsp; The election of a school committee was held recently at the State sohool, when the following were selected- Messrs F. Bunney, T. Shields, J. Longmuir, J. Shields, and H. Arm- strong. Cr J. Shields was elected chairman and Mr J. Longmuir as cor- respondent. Harvest Festival services were held at the Church of England on, Sunday last, which were well at- tended. The building was tastefully decorated, and there was a very fine display of produce, which was subse quently sent to the House of Meroy. The vicar (Rev C. Crotty) preached at the morning service, and Rev A. P. Chase, of St. Stephen's, Elstern- wick, in the evening.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
Por Sale. \ fEDDIDNC: Cards, Typed Uironlnrs, ' V Bereavement Cards, artistically printod, promptly delivered, "News" Oil0o, Cheltenham. ?j P TRlIE Suckers and Slips, GRI[FFITH, l Ariis st, and Moorabbin rd, Cholton ham. : ]-IREWOOD,.-2ft. fliewood,. dry, alnd " souidd;40s per truck, M, 'Clenlents, Firanukston, ' AGROIES of roclahomd swamp land, 4. los thn an one mile from" Carrun station, or ton acro. blodks,. A4 10os per aoie for whole, Appointment to insp9t, by letteir; JON IPOWTPER, o0o ,Thoiib-i .'' - . . ; !'"" t? ', V.?,;' ,L ,÷ ? :v : ..'? ?, .. . ·,, ,. 1)ULLlNGER IANGE, in good condi . tion, ohea p, Concord, Balcombe Itoad, Cheltenhamn IREWOOD, 2ft lengths, 50ft, to the IF ton, Ta'. Tilloy, Grdnaugo.road, Cheltenl:un, EIFER Calf, eight, weeks old, Ayr shire, A. B, Jordan, Ohilders St,, Mentono O? NION SEED.-Early White Onion SSeed, 20s bh, Early Golden Globe, now available, 12s 6d Ib; Mrs Alex, Robertson, Warren Crescent, Mordialloo, SOOD Milking Cows, quiet, oheap; also -...
OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. D M'SWAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. D M'SWAIN. Sincere regret has been expressed on all sides, at the announcement regarding the death of Mr D. Mc Swain, who passed very peacefully away on Saturday last. Amongst elder residents especially was the loss &nbsp; felt for he had been a resident of the district for the last sixty years, and was highly esteemed and respected. Born in the year 1833 the deceased was 76 years of age. He came to Viotoria in 1852, settling at Highett, which was then known as Gaelic Town. He removed from there to Mordialloc in 1866, where he lived up to the time of his death. For many years he was a councillor of the Moorabbin shire, being one of the representatives for the East riding. He was first elected on the 9th October, 1882, taking the place of Cr Bloxidge, who had resigned. Up to the year 1893, Mr McSwain continued as a councillor, when he was defeated, by Cr G. Brownfield, on the question of the Monbulk water scheme, the latter being op- posed to it. Mr McS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
, . '. Latest Style and Quality. Marshall's Iatest Ox-blood Bals, 21s. " Wallaby Bals, bogo toes, 15s 6d : *::. * :'d .Glazed Kid Bals, 18s 6d.. BQx Calf, 1?i?i Wornian's Ox'blood Shoes, 14I Od ' Women's Court Shoes, Kismets, 14s 6d.. J. M. GILMOUR? BOOTSeLLR AND S --REPAIRER MORDIALO. Phone, 41 Chelt, Coachbuilder and Genral Blacckiith - LORRIES A SPECIALIrY.... r , ~(OTHINGBET T. I ON VhEELS IN -10 0v~~' Jf, , GJEO RGT 549-51 Church Street, Richmond Phone W\Vindsor 2·447 "There's Just Tine for . i?,_! a Drink" i,, HILL'S MORDIALLOC , HOTEL Telephune, 12 Chelt,. Telephone 66, Local Exchlane. Say i -here's a bit o' luck!! ' s. Read this through-- * - You'll think *o, tool ABBOTT & MASON, GI-atee l do G?ocEf Y, .ADEirY, Vflt1 PtoDbucm, .Mentone Parade ?2BNTON2, Opp. Bailoay Sta i*~*i · ,,, F. J. Newton, House and Estate Agent, Pne 121 Chelt. MordialloC i`·. Cheltenham Hairdressing Saloon C. E. BENNETT Noted for cleaulners, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Cigars, etc., at City pri...
CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 February 1914
The monthly meeting of the Pro- gress Association was held last Wed nesday, when Mr R. A, Colenso pre- sided over a fair attendance of members. Messrs H. Rigby, A. Forsyth, W, Rowe, and ]. T.Doeakin were elected to the Foreshore Trust. These, with the present members, Messrs S. Hamilton and Poulson, make the full complement of repre- sentatives. A brief discussion ensued upon the proposal of the Federal Government regarding its method of supplying water to the Naval Base, and an objection is to be lodged with the Dandenong council, The bad condition of the bridge in Eelrace-road is to be brought under the notice of the council.