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Methodist Clergyman condemns Week-ending. CHURCH PEOPLE FALL VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
Methodlit Clergyman con demns Week.ending. CHUROH PEOPLE FALL VICTIMS. In supporting the adoption of a report dealing` generally with the work of the church, which was pro. .sented"to the Victoria and Tasmania Methodist Conference, the Rev F. J. Nance, M.A., deplored the faot that the habit of week-ending was on the inorease. He stated that there was now apparent a dooay in the sim. plioity, modesty and purity of life, There wore men and women in the ohurch who had fallen victims to the week end habit-ad habit which often oanused them to fall away from the churoh. The report, which was presented by the Rev. R. S. Joyce, contained an expression, of gratification that, in spite of the present social unrest, and the many distractions affecting the minds of the people, there had been in the year an-increase of 1298 senior members and 650 juniors,
PROPOSED ELECTRIC TRAMWAY. DISCUSSED BY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
PROPOSED ELECTRIC TRAM. WAY, DISCUSSED BY COUNCIL, Cr Ferdinando reported on Mon day the result of a meeting hold a ashort time ago of residents interested, Summed up, the result was that Messrs Vale. and Johnson, two large landowner'sin that vicinity, were preo pared to grant certain easements over land held by them, which was required for tram puwgposea. Cr Soudds did not oonsider the proposi. tion good enough. ie thought the Beach road route was preferable. It was all very well for landowners to offer land, and not pay their propor. tion of oost of building the line ; the counoil would eventually be giving them a mighty lot, Meetings of ratepayers should be held, and an expression of opinion obtained. He still thought the mnnioipality should borrow the money and construct the line. It would be preferable to government control. He moved and Cr White seconded that the conecil call public meetings at Black Rook and Beeaumaria to geherally consider the matter. Cr Kelly spoke in mup. ...
MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, 3nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
, OORABBIN SHIRE 00UNCIL Monday, 3nd March, Present-The President (Cr Fer dinando), Crs Soudds, White, Kelly, Brownfiold, Smith,. Marriott, .,ills, Shields, Eggleston,,Small and Bur gess. C?ORRESPONDIENOIDE, Fi'om Holit J. A. Boyd, conveying the belated information that .pro. vision had been made for the ereotionJ of a telephone exchange at Sandring ham, and ' additions to Cheltenham post oflloe,-Received. [Ratepayers at Mordialloo would doubtless be better pleased to hear the latest information regai'ding the pro mised new post office and telephone exchange in ' that town, --Ed, "News,"] From 0. R. Snowball, M,L,A,, notifying that the Government had made grants for varions shire works, -Or Mills noticed that no amount had been specified for Boundary road, Mordialloo.--The letter was received, and Mr- Snowball thanked, From Lands Department, stating that steps were being taken to exoise a portion of the Mordialloo Park, with a view to letting it for picture show purposes, at a renta...
LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS Caulfield-Moorabbin. "A" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
IBAST SATURDAY'S RlESULTS Caulfield.Moorabbin. "A" Grade, Oakleigh 176, beat St. George's 149. S ."B" Grade. Ba t Malvern PresbyterIan,,' 91 and 6 for 84, beat East Caulaeld, 80. 'Glen Huntly, 68 and 75, beat McKinnon 89 and 55, Oaklelgh, 57 and 71, bekt Men tone 59 and 28. Carnegie 212, beat Malvern DI.is trlct 138 and 75. ,
LITTLE THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
LITTLE THINGS. A little word, said pleasantly in pas sing, may brighten up some oaroworn fellow's day; a little snoer, a littlo'bit ter sassing, may chango his skieo from gold to sombro ray,. A little praiso may sond feet blitholy tripping, that otherwise Would drag the long day through; a little help, when some poor cuss is slipping, may start him - lgit and bring success in view. A little roar when vicious things are browing may spoil the brow, and oil up Virtuo's wings; a little kiok whon statosmon aro pursung falso gods may bring them 'ound to better things. A little sense may mako us seom a fountain of wis dom if you keep your tongue on straight; a little debt may soon beoomo a mountain, and crush you down bo noath its galling weight, Tho little tlrings mako life a joy or nuisance; if you ignoro this fact, when you are gray, yonull realise you were a blooming goose since you let the best of all things got anoy, -Walt Mason, Sumnor, who was oentonced to death for the murder of M...
SWIMMING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
SWIMMING CARNIVAL. The State school annual swim ming carnival was held on Monday afternoon -at the baths. There was a large attendance, particularly of ladies, and although the sea was a little boisterous, all arrangements were successfully carried out, The results of the races were as follows: -=Boys under II years-l, F. Groves; 2, J. Langford. Girls 1. M. Lee ; 2, A. Courtney. 11 and under 12 Boys--A, Read 1, Bert Young and E, Blacklow, dead heat for 2nd place. Girls--Ina Baldy 1, G, Jones 2, 12 and under 13 Boys -. E. Langford 1, A, Kemmis 2. Girls-M. Millar 1, G. Droop 2. 13 and under 14-Boys--L, Hackett i, B, Morgan 2. Girls-E. Morgan 1i, C. Young 2. Champion Boy of Solool-J. Ferguson won rather easily from N. Stuart.. Champion 'Girl--A splendid race resulted in -Leila Baldie i, Margery .Millar 2, Life-saving in pairs was the iiext on the programme, and the girls gave a splendid display, evoking much ap. plause. Margery Millar and Enid Jones were the winners. For best comic cos...
Moorabbin Shire Council. (continued from page 3.) WANDERING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
Moorabbin Shire Council. 1-4-- (oontinued from page 3.) WANDERING CATTLE, Cr Browaflold moved that' the hlnpector's attention be called to-thel wandering ovattle, The speaker nasintained'that the nuisance was as. "ad as over, he had seen the Inspector .drive along and pass cows that were feeding on the road, If the Inapeot or, and his assistant could not do the work, it was time the council got) Someone else, Cr Shield seconded the motion, referring more particu iarly to the Mordialloc end of the eahiro. Cr White contended that , ouluillors had duties, and these did not inclade that of running after cattle, but of ,letting the inspector know when cattle were wandering. The inspector could not possibly be all over the district at once, he (Cr White) was quite satisfied that when he had telephoned to Mr Battler, the latter had attended at Movdialloo 'with all promptitude. Cr Mills S'pokein the esme direction, the diffi eilty,.a it appeared to him war, that as there was about 360 miles...
PROGRESS. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
PROGILIESS.ASSOOIATION. A imouting of mnmbers was held on the 26th tilt,, when the President (Mr MoPhato) prosidod over a small attecudtnc, , Much of the business of the mooting had regard to sug guoted inlproveomnts to the mouth of the crook, Under general busi inot0, Or White reported that at the last mooting of the Moorabbin coun cil the rate had been reduced from 2s Gd to 2s. He had strongly urged the continuance of the 2s.6d rate for another year, as in spite of the in oroased valuation (,3) per cont.) tihe council w6uld be fEceod with a de bit balaneoo at the end of the year of 4483,0. Publio works would suffer, he would suggest to them to ap proach the council for any facilities that were laoking in the distriot, Disapprobation was expressed all round by the members, and the presi dent remarked that this association could not congratulate the council on the reduction in rate under the pre sent finanoial conditions, The meet. ing then olosed,
STRIKING THE RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
STRIKING THE RATE. Crs Eggleston.apd Marriott moved that a rate of 'tsr in the , on all rateable property within the shire. Cr White enquired as to where was the statement of proposed expondi' ture, suoh statement was submitted at the last counoil mooting but it was based upon a higher rate than 2s, and he wanted to know what item had been reduced; He.regarded it as quite unbusinesslike for councillors to allow the ofioers to oaut the pro posed expenditure about as they thought fit, Apparently the ob. jeotion was not taken as seriously as it ought to have boon, for, notwith standing a request by Cr White that the matter be' postponed, tihe motion was carried: Crs Sadd&, White, and Small being the only dissentients,
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED. That ramp at Abbott street, Sand ringham be reconstructed; That ohanelling be effooted at Albert and Bear streets, Mordislloo, ,owners to pay half costs... That lamp he placed at corier of Edward street and Beach road, Black Rook, That reserve fence along Park street, Mordialloo be repaired. That Ora Eggleston, Small, and Ferdinando be appointed to review and classify the various bye-lewi of the council. That the Sanitary charge for the onsuing year be 20s.1 1. for spooial services, and ls. 6d. per week, for bi*weekly aervioon,
A Moving Tale. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
A Moving Tale. "Advancement on the stage," says a prominent actress to a curious press person, "as in other profes sions, is won by talent, hard work, and self-sacrificing, untiring per severance," I have a moving tale to tell, Of Martha Clara Anabel, Who shyly sported on the stage, In opera, and was not the rage. Though Martha Clara strove to gain A great success, 'twas all in vain, No great success could Clara win, ]Because, alas I her legs were thin. She had some talent, and would shunt No means of forging to the front, But with such calves as she could show, She lingered in the backward row. For years she had no kind of luck, And danced unheeded in the rack, Till one night, when 'twas noted that She showed some tendency to fat. The manager he sorted Clare From out the litsh, and put her where The lisplng, stall-fed gentlemen . Could see her flitting now and then, And still she grew. She got her show, They put her in t.ie foremost row. The papers praised her. ' Soon she flew Silk...
SOCIAL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
SOCIAL GATHELRING. At the conolusion of the business portion of the procoeedings, an ad. jonrnment was made to a tastefully decorated portion of Mr Keith's resi. dence, where, in the opoel air, with merely a canvass roof, a well laid table was spread. Mr A W, JoIns noted as M.C. After' the usual loyal toast, Mr JonIs prolposed the huilth of the I)audonong sHliito couniiil, iioL' especially the ionlth ri'Xlig roprusen tativo. h' G(roves roeplied. Hle ooiiplillnloted the trust on its inolthod of coudulting busineost, and the rolnonabloness of its requests to the coutnioil. The recomn oiendations had hivariably ,beo* accepted. The' healthl of the neowly-olected president was proposed by Mr Frowin in folioitioious terms, which was duly acknowledged. The toast of the retiring president was proposed by Mr I, J, Richardson. Other toasts honored were the secretary and the press, Musical items were rendered dur ing the evening by Messles Shelley, Jones and Frewin. The gathering dispersed at ...
Dandenong Foreshore Trust. ANNUAL MEETING AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
Dandenong Foreshore Trust. ANNUAL MEETING AND SOCIAL. On Thursday, the 26th ult., the ,nnual meeting of members was held at the residence of Mr J. Keith, Aspendale., There was a full atten. lance of delegates, the retiring hhairman, Mr F, Frewin, presiding, The business transacted at tne meet ing was of a formal character, and made as brief as possible, with a view, possibly, of having more time to spare at the ciolal period of the gathering, Mr C. J, Smith, a now delegate for Aepondalo, received his badge of office, Mr T, Anderson handed his in, coupled with his resignation, The latter was accepted, Moessrs H Rigby and A. Forsyth were appointed as representatives of Carrum, Some discussion followed reogtrding the powers of members of the trust, Mr A, W, ,Jones remarked that the powers of the Crown land bailiffs were remarkably wide, almost equalling the police. These powers were sot forth in lheo department's records, but they wore very voluminllous, I was resolved that th.o seorot...
IMPROVEMENT TO CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
IMPROVE TENT TO CREEK, The Minister of Publio Works, Mr Hagelthorn, M,L.C,. with the publio engineer. Mr Catani, 'visited the ,distriot on Tuesday afternoon to make an inspection of the creek, arid interview a deputation of citizens as to !naking improvements tliereto. There was a fair number present a mong them being: Cr D. White, Captain Hallett and Messrs MoPhate, OCaudwell, Simpson, Gilmour, aind Haokett, also a number of fisl;ormon, The ,doputation was introduced by Mr 0. R, Snowball, M.L.A., and the party visited the different points to investigate. Various explanations were ,made as to the cause of the sha'liowness. The Minister consider ed it was the diversion of the oreek fiom its old course. .This had boon done iunbonnection with the Carrum drainage scheme. Several members of the deputation contended that the fand came through the woodwork, The engineer said the best thing to do would be to place cement along un denreath ,and then at low tide to fix ledgatm sheathing over ...
MORDIALLOC. POLITICAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
MORDIALLOC. POLITICAL MEETING. A combined meeting of the local branches of the Australian Women's National League and the People's Party was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening last, to make arrangements for a greit Liberal rally and Garden Feto. Mr J. C. Ferguson, president of the People's Party in opening the meet ing considered that the two parties should combine, arrange a great lib eral Rally and Garden Fete. In the evening a public meeting could be held to instruct the people in the aims and objects of the parties. The time might be near to, hand' when there would be a Federal general election, and it behoved them to be prepared, "A,working committee was formed, the appointed ones be ing the presi ent and secretary of both parties with power to add to the number-the secretaries are Miss King and Mr H. Phillips. Mrs J. O. Ferguson, president of Women's National League, said that the distriot had been organised by the women but they wanted the men's assistance, f...
POSITION OF CLUBS. Plyd Won Lost Dr. Pos. Pt pts sed [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
POBITION OF CLUBS, Plf. Won Lost Dr. Poe. Pt pta oca ,'A" Grade East Caulfeld 10 9 0 1 20 19 St. George's. 10 7 2 1 20 15 Oakleigh', 10 6 4 0 20 13 Malvera'Die, 9 4 5' 0 16 a Murrumbeena 10 3 7 0 29 6 "*B" Grade Glenhuatly 10 8 2 0 20 1 . M'lv'nPree 9 7 2 0 18 14 M'Kinnon 9 6 8 0 18 14 Carnegie 10 0 4 0 20 0 Oaklolgh 10 '4 .6 0 20; Mentone 10 3 7 0 20 8 East Caulfield 10 3 ' 0 201 Malvern Diet. 10 2 8 0 20 4 Brighton District. First Grade, Cheltenham, 178 and eight for 150 (Chandler 78, Rose 54 and 41, Tuck 15 and 38, Bridgborn 33,. Fisher 18 ; Burge five for 9, includ ing " hat trick," Harwood, 3 for 15) beat Elsterzwick A.N.A., 144 (Ken by 88, Hart 14; Chandler, five for 31, Rose one for 10). 1llindale, 195 (C, Judd 90, P., Ellin 30, P. Roberts 17, G? Carter 15, B. Ellin 14, H. Lever 11; Gower three for 36, Bailes one for 9, Bows, one for 15, DIpnall one for 29, Pye one for 387, Poddington 0 for .42), beat Sandringham 150), (C, Gower 57 not out),, Pye. 25, Mathers 17, Balles 12; P...
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES 11th Round. "A Grade." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
TO.DAY'S FIXTURES 11th Round, " A Grade," East Caulfield v Oakleigh, at Malvern Park. St. George's v. Murrumbeena, at.? East Caulfield, "B grade" Caruegie v East Caulfield Oakleigh v East Malvern Preaby. terians McKinnon v Malvern District Mentone v. Glen Huntly The only alteration in "B" graa .,, . is that Glen Huntly will agaI? meet Mentone on tholatter's groun . owing to Glen Huntly being without a suitable ground. Delegates met as usual last We4d nesday at Caulfield, amongst genes ral' business transacted, the follow. Ing points were settled. The match, Mentone v, Carnegie, played in the eighth round, and which resulted 1* a tie, was awarded to Carnegie. The V,J.O.A. was appealed to in this :matter, and the decision was, that a captain was not justified in batting a substitute unless he had the pe.* mission of the opposing captainl It was deoidedthat players available for the inter.association teath to play against the Victorian Juniors on Easter Saturday should send hi their na...
ARTIFICIAL MILK FROM VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914
ARTIFICIAL MILK FROM VEGETABLES. A subject which has greatly exer oised the minds of scientific and medical circles and which tho Press has not been slow to recognise, is the posaibilit_ of being able to secure an artiticial milk from vegetables. Demonstration has recently been mado in London in the manufacturc of this product which it is claimed, contains all the olonfents of the best cow's milk, and can be used for the same purposes. Much interest was taken in the demonstration, among those present being Sir William Orookes representative of the Homo Office and the Local Government Board, several medical officers of health, and other members of the medical profession. Mr A, J, Faulding, who will be res ponsiblo ,for the introduction of syg thetio milk to Great Britain, said it was moro digestible than ordinary milk., He claimed that the cream was far more nourishing and would last any time, The milIt could bo used for all cooking, purposes, and very good choeese could ba made from...