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Strategy. CR. WHITE SCORES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Strategy. OR. WHITE SCORES At last Monday's council meeting, Cr White reported that the South riding memnlers had inspected various stieets at Black Bcek, they wanted making badly, but it was considered unwise to stamt until a contour plan of the whole of them had been properly prepared, If this were done work could then be pro ceeded with as funds became avail. able, on a certain fixed plan. He and Cr Seudds moved that the engineer to' instructed to prepare plans accordingly. A discussion then arose as to the cost of same, Cr Kelly suggested that the engineer be asked to name the cost, O' r White contended that the engineer was paid h retaining fee, and this would bd included in his wolk Eventually a' division was takeii, when the motidn was defeated on the casting vote of the president. The voting being, for, Cis Scudds, White, Kelly, smith Marriott and Small. against, Crs "Brownfield, Mills, Shields, Burgess, :Iggleston, and Ferdinando. The stragotio tactics followed at a later s...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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CLAIM FOR COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

CLAIM FOR COMMISSION. At the Cheltenham Police Court on Wednesday, J. B. Davis and Son proceeded against Mrs Duncan for the recovery of 485, being 2a per cent, on £1400, the price obtained by defendant for the sale of her pro. perty, known as the Chelsea store. Mr Brayshay appeared for defendant, and Mr Corr for the plaintiff. The defence was that Davis was' not in structed to sell, and did not obtain a purohaser. J. B. Davis, estate agent, stated that about eighteen months ago he was asked by Mrs Duncan to find a purchaser for her business and pro perty, Negotiations were almost completed with one party, but sub sequently fell throngh. Rainsford had acted as representative for wit ness on many occasions, and it was he who introduced the purchaser, Mrs Moore, to Mrs Duncan, V., Rainford stated that he was a commission agent, living at Chelsea, Davis had often paid him commission for various sales effected. Some months ago Davis had asked him to find a buyer for Mrs Duncan's pro pert...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

CHELSEA The Rev, Douglas Bruoe, of Whittlosoa, and his sister, Miss Bruce, are holding a summer school at "Boleno,"' and Moss's camp, Wimbourne-avenue, Five gentle men and ton young ladies from Yan Vean, under the care of the rev, gentleman and his sister respec tively, are assembled partly for religious instruction, also pleasure. A long felt want in this distriot has at last been supplied. A few enter prising individuals, including Messrs IE Lossing, house and land agont, and Mr Walkor, of the Kismet din ing rooms, have had a marl footpath made at their own expense from the main road to the beaoh. That this is proving a great benefit is alr'ady shown by the large number of people who use it as a convenient traok to the beach,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

W. e. LOOKIER SWORN VALUER, Oppusite Station, ORMONO, State Land Tax Assessor, ,Sworn valuatioinsp?ade for Probae$ Mortgage or othertprnpose

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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

ASPENDALE, On Saturday night last a negro and vaudiville entertainment was held at the Racebourse Hall in aid of the building Fund of the local Fire Brigade. There was a fair attend ance only considering the programme that was presented. Foremost a mong the performers was the ever green favourite Mr Thomas Speed, whose new items were well received, Mr L, Pedlar's sweet tenor voice was heard and appreciated in several ballads; Mr B Shelly also received favourable appreciation for his items; Miss Ruddy and Mr Baird were loud ly applauded for their rendering of an item entitled: "Her. Birthday," written by the latter, who assisted by :Mr J. Pygram gave a patter dialogue which was much enjoyed; and in re sponse to the applause Mr Baird rendered a mandoline solo, with piano accompaniment. Mr Charles Bretton gave a very clever exhibition of inpersonations. The entertain ment concluded with an amusing farce, illustrative of the difficulties of a theatrical manager, in which Messrs Pygnam, ...

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Beamaris Tramway [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Beamaris T,iamway Residents of the districts between Sandringham and Black Rook may be served by an up-to-date electric street railway by the sprihg of next year. The Minister for Railways (Mhr MI?ckinuon) stated on Tuesday that there was every prospect that the line would be afforded in the time, mentione:l, The Minister for Publio Works (Mr Hagelthorne) has been authorised by the Cabinet to appoint a referee to report on the Beaumaris tram line, which was said to be in a deplorable condition. The inquiry would be held in public. He under stood that many persons were willing to give evidence to the effect that the tram line was unsuitable for passen ger traffic, and if their evidence proved to be correct, the Ministry had power, on the recommendation of the referee, to forfeit the tramway company's rights, and take over the line, If it did so, arrangements would have to be made to carry the people to their homes from Sandring ham. The Railways Standing Com mittee had recommended th...

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CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

CHu ,LTENHAM At a ieeethinp held on Tuesday night at the Meoohanies' Institute, presided oerv by -?r F. F. Le Page, it was resrecd d ter discussion to re-form the Moorah bin band and to re-christen it thke COeltonhani Brass Band. The p,eitiosni financially was regarded as aszbi~fictar"y, the score. b'ry, Mr C, E, Jd3, rqporting that. when the show ootrmitftee hbas paid their indobtedness, tbo now band would be able to etzet withont lining in debt. A further meeti*'g is to, be held nept Saturday, at 8 p. n., wfen. all instruments are' to be handoe ii' to. the trustees. The ifollowixg committee of management was elected :-President,. Mr P.. T. l.* Page; secretary, Mb 0C. E. Judd ;: committee, Messrs Wilben and Monls (non-players) and Messrs Summers,. Cooper and W. Judd (players) Con versational discussion onened upon a number of details, battaomplete do cision was postponed until next meet. ing. The newly elected iestry hold their first meeting at Sb. Matthews' last Tuesday evening, M...

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STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

STATE SCHOOL ,COMMITTEE. A meeting of parents was held at the school on Monday night for the purpose of electing a oommittee of management for the ensuing three years. The head teacher, Mr Rogers, presided. At the outset, it was resolved that the inoom ing committee should consist of three ladies and four gentlemen. Messrs J. Lawrence and J. J, Smith were appointed scrutineers for the election, the result of the voting be ing :--F, Frewin 30, J. Williamson 29, Mrs T. Robinson 27, Mrs M'Donough 25, A. Jage 23, Mrs Mullins 21, F. Terrill 19. These were deolared elected. Others nomr inated were Mrs VW, Perrin, Messrs Roemus, Howard and Walsh. Mr Frewin, in reviewing the work of the outgoing committee, stated that there was a sum of ,100 in hand for school furniture purposes. Tenders for the ereotion of a new school had not yet been called, although pro mised over twelve months ago. From time to time promises had been given that tenders would be called in a few days, bat had not been re...

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MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

ME NTON E Mrs Smith, a very gifted pupil of Frau Foller, will sing the alto par, in Witer's sernetto, "O Pastor Bonus," with Herr and Fran Foller to-morrow at the 11 o'clock mass at St. Patrick's churoh,. The engineer, Mr A. C. Smith, recommended to the council on Monday night that the iron pipe which drained into the sea at the baths be ,removed, and a timber shoot or box drain constructed. The recommendation was adopted. Archbishop Clarke is to preach at St. Augustine's church to-morrow at 11 a.m. There was only one alteration in the personel of a new school com mittee, viz: Mrs Anderson was selected to fill the place of Mr G, A. Edwards who has left the district, Mr B, A, Munt has undertaken the duties of correspondent. Tae. annual Picnic of the State School Scholars was held at the race course yesterday. There was a very large gathering both of scholars and.friends, and as usual, amonght the pleasant surroundings any enjoyable outing resulted. The chairman of the committee Cr F....

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THE FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

THE FIRE BRIGADE. :At the last moeting of the above body, Mr J. R. Bond was oleoted' deputy-foreman, in succession to Mr H. 0. Symons, who has loft the dis. triot. The question of a now fire boll was plaeod in the hands '.of` Captain J. J. Smith, who undertook to give the matter 'his close attoetion. Practice night was fixed for overy Tuesday, It was reosolved that a flag pole be ereoted on the ifire stationp, and thit a' `er flg' be flown when a fire ooours, Members are to .meet next Saturday for the purpose of, painting theo bailding., The bazaar committee met re. cfntly, and made further progress in ponneotion with the bazaar arrange. inents, The following stalls were iallotted :- Flowers, Mrs. Smith F'anoy, No. 1, Mrs Mullins ; Fanoy, No, , 2Mrs Soatokead ; Produce, Mrs Howard; Lollies, Miss P. Hender son, Great interest is alroady being displayed in the project, but only by a few : This should not. be. The brigade is a distilot benefit to all residents, and should be generously...

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MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

MORDIALLOC. At last Monday's council.meeting an intimation was received to the effect that the government had allotted £250 towards a new bridge over the creek., Or White spoke very strongly on the inadequateness of the amount, TPho two councils concerned had agreed that a new bridge suitable for the spot could not be built for less than £1000, aud had ? aoh agreed to allocate £350, the government being asked to provide a further £350. .Now the govermuent.came along with an offer of £250. This was not sufficient, and the government should be told so. ,. The bridge was in a frightful state, absolutely dangerbus. It had become a custom for governments to grant on the pound for pound basis, yet when two councils agreed to the thirds system, on what is in reality .a national work, the government turn the proposal down. On the motion of Ors White and Shields it was agreed that a conference between Dandenong and Moorabbiu councils should be hold to discuss the matter. A further 'resolutio...

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Chelsea Items ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

- Chelsea Items ELECTRIO LIGHT SUPPLY A special meeting of the Progress, Assooietion was, held on Saturday night to consider the question of electrio light and power supply for Carrum, Chelsea and Aspendale, A committee representing the three places presented a report, which had already been approved of the associa tions at Aspendale and Carrum, recommending for adoption a scheme of supply proposed by Mr Victor Nightingall, of Melbourne, partiou lars of which have bcon published. Three 'memb-rs of the committee complained that the report was dco:ded upon by the majority at a meeting of which they had been given no notice to attend, Mr G. Stewart, an engineer, who is forming a ojumpany loollly to supply electrio light and power on conditions differont to those proposed' by Mr Nightingall, was present, and Messrs Stewart and Nightingall, answered questions a9 to their respeqtive schemes. After considerable debate, the meeting adopted the committee's report' which will now be forwarded...

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Cheltenham Police Court WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Cheltenhlam Police Court WEDNESDAY, MARCI 4th. Justices present--Messrs Burgess and Brownfield, J,'sP, "Arthur Ryan was fined 2s 6d for not sending his son Leslie to sohool regularly. A similar fine was in flioted on E. Bransoombe. W. Dew was charged by Inspector Borsum for having on. 7th December last used bad language in a railway carriage. The case was of some length, the evidence on both sides being very contradiotory. Mr Stephen appeared for the accused, who plead. ed not guilty. Evidence for the pro. seoution was given by special officers, Mossrs Anderson and Milue, who travelled on the train, when the alleged offence took place, whilst Messrs Delehunty, Jones, Raleigh and Smith swore to the contrary, The justices gave accused the benefit of the doubt and dismissed the case. Constable McDonald summoned 'Mr 0. H.. Brown for recklessly driv. ing a motor car at Chelsea on Dec. 28. Defendant did not appear. , Mr James Evans stated the facts as they appeared to him, The car simply ...

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Cr. A. E. Small, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Cr, A. E. Small, JP. The chamber of the Mloorabbin council is rapidly becoming a place of historie beauty Some time ago a somewhat pointed suggestion was made by those intdrested, that en larged photos of past presidents should be obtained fcr the wall of that structure, A further addition was made in that direction at last Monday's council meeting, when a delegation attended from Sandring ham A.,N.A., and presented a very fine enlarged photo of Or A. E. Small, The photo itself is an ad. mirabl3 reproduction, the likeness being perfeot in.feature and shading, It is surrounded by a massive frame of Australian wood. Or Eggleston introduced the representation, stat. ing the objeot of their visit, which he entirely agreed with, and con sidered that the whole of the council looked with a very kindly eye on the proposal, Mr Bosworth, the President of the branch, remarked that Cr Small was a live member of a live branch of a live orgamsation. He had done splendid 'work on behalf of the A.N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Moorabbin CoO0perative Society , LIM1IT BD Largest Stores in 'the District, POINT NEFEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone, 18 Chelt. ash prices lowestin the trade. Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half-yearly, Call and get particulare. Best White Sugar, 21d per lb, as 41d doz Best 150 test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 3s aid tin. Best Bago, Tapioca, ad lb, is gd doz, Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, 2a lb, .:5 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s gd doz, Flour, 25lbs paper, 23 4id, Solbs 4s 9d, 25lbs calico, as 6d, 5olbs 5s Our own Special Blend Teas, is, is 3d, is 6d Lowest Market Rates for Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, Barley Meal, Peameal, iraining, Peas (Dun and Yorkshire Heros), Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other produce, ROSE BROS., ? ,AFURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.UW: OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Funerals Conducted injany part of the District. Coaches Supplied TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM EXCHANGE...... REYNOLDS BROS NEW ILIST BLOOD &a...

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State of the Tides [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

State of the Tides High tide for the ensuing week will be as follows :-., Sunday ... 9.28 .,, 955 Monday .;.10,42 ,,,10.55 Tuesday . ...11.29 80. - Wednesday .,,12,5 ;,12.44 Thursday ... 1,22 .., 1,59 Friday ... 2,38 .,; 3.6 Saturday ,,; 3.85 ,,. 4.2 Low tide can be estimated at about half way between the times mentioned on any one day, -"'is not In mortals to command msuccess, But well do more, Sempronlus, we U deserve it, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY S.L? Me tone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. Every article at City prices Circulating Library. Latest Books. Licensed to sell stamps, Telephone, Cheltenham 75. For Sale. WEDDING Cards, Typed Ciroulare, Bereavement Cards, artisticallT pI?lted, promptly delivered, "News" (loe, Cheltenham., pRIME Suokers and Slips. GRIFFITH' - Argus st, and Moorabbinrd, Chelten" PIREWOOD,--Zft firewood, dry, and sound, 40s per truck, M. Clements, Pasnkston, ONION SEED--Early \Vhito Onion Seed, Go!d;n Globe Seed, grown at Rorumburra Mrs Alex Robertson, Warren 'iaccnt, Mrdialloc, off Main Road INCUBATOR3-Highest results of any make throughout Aust:alia Red Sussex Fowl Catalogue fene It will be an eye opener to )vu ,Juraeou Anderson, .Mordialloc 'N \EW 0EAM Separator, the Favorite No I, first class order, cheap Also 'Onuveclible,' good order, cheap. Apply R H Willoughby, op,osite Gate House, Mor diafloc NION Seed, about t...

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LAND SALES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

LAND SALUS .SAro?D--To-day at 3 p m--T R B Morton and Son will offer for sale '140 business and residontial site at this new seaside township [See advt) SA?DnRNouAi--Coghill and Haugh. ton advertiso elsewhere a sale by anotion on the 14th inst. of 22 build ing allotments, also the villa "Elo. wara." BENTmLIOU,-Yoo, Crosthwaite and Co. will offer at their rooms on Thursday next 14 acres of land, 4 roomed W B cottage, butcher's shop etc., in the estate of Mr W. Ellin SCalnui-Land 200 x 300, near the Longreach Hotel, i; to be offered for sale by W P Fairlam on the 21st lust.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Grand National Concert,---Arrau 'gements in oonneotion with the Na. tional conoert to colebratd the open ing of the now hall at Montono, which tikes place on St, Patrick's night, March 17th, are now in a for ward state. A company of leading oity artists is being scoured by Mr Comber, and these will be assisted by local favorites, Mr Comber, is specially qualified to arrange for a first-colass concert, for he comes daily within olose personal contact of Melbohine's leading artists,. Tickets may be obtained from the Moentone News Agency, or from Mrs Lannan, Mentone, ''Gardeners' Picnic Committee, A report of this outing, held at Sor rento on Thursday is unavoidably held over until next week. Loan for Dandenong Shire.--In our advertising .columns will be found details of the proposed ex penditure of a further 29,500 loan, Daudenong South Riding.-Mr R A. Coleuso, of Carrum, has been returned unopposed as a represen tative, .'vlde N. G. M'Leod,. re signed. Australian Journal--The March i...

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Beaumaris Tramway. PROPOSED CANCELLATION OF LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Beaumarls Tramway. ?ROPOSED) CANCELLATION OF LEASE. In another col'umn will be found a statement made by the Minister of Railways, who hal ideas of cancelling the lease of. the present company. The company has written to the Minister of Public Works, stating that Moorabbin council is strng ling to ousnet the company from its rights without purchasing them, .as pro. vided by the deed of delegation,.and asking for an outline of the Minis. tor's contemplated action, The letter says it seems inconceivable that the Ministry proppses to wipe outthe company's right, annex its property, and leave the company without com pensation, when it has for so many years served the shore route, en. abled settlement to take place, and steadily advanced the council's rat u. The safety of the travelling public, the letter adds, has always .been seen to by the company, and all last year's holiday traffic was carried without accident. In conclusion, it asked that before -the matter is submitted to Cabinet ...

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