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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER V. HER DEAR NEPHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

-Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY -ANNABEL GRAY. OCHAPTER V. HER DEAR NEPHEW, It must be confessed that it was with sincerest of unexpressed wishes for Miss Marohimont's speedy removal to a better world, that Colonel litainer took the 4.15 express from Waterloo this sultry July day to pay his respeots to his beloved relaivoe. Ho wanted noney, his health required repose and ohange; the last burlesque star, at whose shrine he sedulously worshipped, and whose influences and fascinations had broken up several happy homes, had told him with the delightful can. dour of her class "that he was gottin' a :;gular screw.' By the side of such a creature as Lily Castillo, poor Alioo shone but as a satellite in comparison with a suul Every one declared he looked hippcd and bored; oven the Court physician whom the Duchess of Capricorno had ,n4reatcd to diagnose his case at her own expense, hinted that he had boon going the pace a little too hard, and suggested a milk diet, varied by es sonco of...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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A MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

A MISTAK1E. An old couple wore walking down town the other day looking at the signs, whon they ran across one which the old man road: "Jolhnson's Shirt Store." "Well I doolaro, oaid the old lady. "I wonder who tore it and what do the wanv to toll peoe o about it for ? Oai'nt his wife mend itP'

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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OATHS AND THEIR VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

OATH(, AND THEIR VALUES., Bill: "Soo that cove, Bob? He's a commishuor for swearin? oaths, ho. is. Blest if le don'tot lpaid 'arf-a-orown for hovery oath ho swears, And then look at me an' you, W'y, if wo honly got a tanner, blowod if wo wouldn't a' .bin millinaires by nowl"

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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CROPS FOR PLOUGHING IN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

CROPS FOR PLOUGHING IN. 'Tares -is good, crop for this purp)oe, and is better in this .rspect, espoielaly on a light sandy 'soil, than musta..d; and tares are a 'bulky orop and open up the soil admirably. A great deal, however, depends on the conditions of soil mixture, Whiloe 'mustard is no doubt an .excellent preparation 'ir wheat, but it should be' plougned in at the end of six or seven weeks, as soon as . the lowoers have made their ap pearanco, and bforp' thile plania have leaoched the seoding stage. Wh\il mustard can be used as a greoe mamtrc, within two months of its being sown, If olover is used, it is simply turned in and left to rot, when in about six weeks time, the ground will be ready to re ooivo the cultivation nocessary to. fit it for a sucooeding orop. Ilapo somo times showd 'a superiority over spring or autumn sown tares, and luplns, peon and vetolhes can also beused for the purpose of grcon manurilhg.

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

SAW AND LIOULDING MILLS, QIlentone & Ior11dlalloo J, & C. OAUDWELL beg to an. nounce that they have just erected at their Montone Timber Yard, a thoroughly up-to-date Saw and Moalding Mills, and are now pro. pared to do all classes of Planing Moulding, Bench and BAND SAWING, etc, at MELBOURNE PRIOES. SEND FOR PRICE LISTS, and prove for yourselves that E By Purchaslng Looally you will not only Benefit your Distriot but will) SAVE MONEY at Iho Same Time Furnishing & Builder's Ironmongery Ovens Paints Spouting Oils Coppers Colors Ridgaing Glass Tinware Co ruatediron I Brushware Gal, and black piping Red tum Down Pipes Jarrah Pumps Hardwood Lime Flooring Cement Weatherboardu Bricks Doors Laths Sashes Baths Mouldings Sinks aLI AT MELBOURNE PRICES PLUMBING WORK Of every Description done either by Tender or Privately, A Licensed Plumber Constantly Employed. GALVANISED IRON TANKS A SPECIALTY J. arnd U. CAUDWELL Have wodl stocked Wood, Coal and Coke Depots ASPHALTING ...

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STIFF-NECKED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

LTIF]-NEPCKED. A young man engagod board and lodg dng in an extremely devout private family, Doforo eoah meal a long graco was said, To their horroi the now conmer at bolt upright while all the othors roverontly bowed their heads. Whoen on the sceond day the oung man evinced no disposition to Limbond, the good lady of the house could on dure the situation no longor. "Atheism," asked she,- sharply. I '"No, Madam," humbly responded the now boandor, 'Dloil.'!

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PAINFUL SUNBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

PAINFUL SUNBURN. I have seen a child (a boy of oloven) crying bitterly from the pain oaused by the sunburning of his logs, which had been oxposed all day long on the sea-beach to the full glare of the mid summer sun, writes Florence Staopoolo loecturer to the National Health So oiety of England. Many people forget that sunburn often causes as much pain as frostbite and sunburnt legs often cause a lot of suffering from which it would be quite easy to protect them by greasing them all over before the child goes out in the morning. The nicest thing for the purpose is olive oil, lanoline, or vaseline, but this would come rather expensive if the summer should be a long, hot one, and if there should be a large number of legs to be operated upon. It is, therefore, well to remember that any kind of clean kitchen grease will answer as well. The grease should be what cooks call "rendered" before it is used for an ointing the skin. The process of "ren doering" is quite simple. Put all the avai...

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BEAUTIFUL WEDDING GOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

BEAUTIFUL WEDDING GOWNS, Feminine readers will be interested (L desoriptions of some beautiful gowns worn by recent London brides, Soft cream volvot ninon was chosen for the wedding dress worn by' the Hon Eva, St, John. k The material was very beautiful and made a novel change in the bridal choice Fine cream lace formed the dainty corsage, which had long, tight lace sleeves, finished at the wrists with a ruffle, quite the most beooming de sign there could be for framing the hands. A full court train was sus pended from the shoulders, composed of fine Brussels not, lined with the pal est pink chiffon, and embroidered with pearls, and the beauty of it was fur ther enhanced by a lovely piece of old Honiton lace artistically arranged upon it. A' tulle veil was worn with the toilette, and a wreath of real orange ;blossome and myrtle. The bride's going-away dress is made of amethyst oharmousso, trimmed with spider lace and roses. - Another fashionable bride chose a toilette of white eharm...

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NOTES ON NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

NOTES ON NATURE, The economic value of our native birds is, seldom approeiatod, We can generally see any little weakness they possess in stealing a morsel of .fruit or a few grains of sped; but the good they do, and which they do not adver tise, is unconsidered, When we dis cover that few of our birds, compara tively, are eeod-eators, and the major. itys are almost wholly insoectivorous, thpir value may appear more promi nent, It is reaily .oily for a short time in the ybar that birds are at all troublesome' in' our orchards nqud even then,, the good they dq is in a greater proportion tian' tile harm, This, of course, only applies to the native avi fauia, and,"'the natural inference is that they are worthy of protection. Apart frolil their ..diQetiotive beauty, their gentle haibits, and in many eases, their delightful' singing, the 'question of utility. should appeal to oevn prae tical folk. To arm a boy or even a girl (as some of our, farmers do) with a. gun in order to shoot birds...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS., (By "Ambrosino.") To desoribo the modish figure first and foremost we start with a desire to extend the width of the figuro a third down from the normal waist, The peg top outline gives you, as it word,, 4 frame. What may be added is pretty diverse, We have the Tango as a kind of opening note for ..tio first appearance of autumn. Imagine gown in pretty blue charmouse, and also imagine, a little moro diflioult, a skirt with a looped up train, What puzzles me is how to describe, by the mere pen-note, the bodice and tunio. put omit the tunic in order to picture I bodioo, "V" decollotage, with a modi. fed bertha of tulle, Xou will break this at the Raglan shoulder seam by ,arrying the charmouse to the neck, and where this and the tulle meet, there will be a bow. Thus we get so far as to see a bow either side of the nook, with tulle from each, gathering to a point just below the bust. I'll get rid of the sleeve in a line-it con tinues from the shoulder, takes the cont...

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THE FATIGUE POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

THE FATIGUE POINT, Noh, * -- -- Nothing is so beneficial to a ncan or a woman as to relax evory muscle of the body, to lie, or a ast sit. still with closed eyes for a short time every day. Many people cannot sleep, .many can only spare a quarter of an hour for this rest, but if these would csiake a point of taking just what they:ban, they would soon find a marked difference in their heoalth;, A human being can, work every day. up to the point of' fatigue, without feeling any tho worse, in fact, it may lie said that hundreds would fool infinitely better if they had to' work. to the fatigue point every day of their lives, They would not then complain. of. loss 'ofappetito, or in ability to sleep, ' But these ille·ffcots if they arise fromi want of worlk, also attack those who habitually pass 'the fatigue point. To reatjust before get. ting really tired is onoxMof the very best methods to prevent a breakdown. If mental oi' physical strain is contin ued, even a little too far for any co...

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INCUBATORS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

INCUBATORS IN EGYPT, The announcement is made by 1\r. W, HI, Cadulan that he has discovered how the ancient Egyptians incubated chiek. ens to the number of 120,000,000 a year, Ho has found' incubators which he states were used in Egypt 5,000 years ago. The soci'et has bbon well guard ed, but it is laid bare at last. They had no oil stoves or gas or olectric heated incubators, but they had ovens which worked better oven though they required niore constant tending, Each oven was calculated to hold .7,000 eggs and the fuel by whioh it was heated conisisted of .ehoppd 'straw and dung, but for 'the last ten days 'of the hatching the energy was supplied altogother by the chickens themselves,: It is the com monest ,error of those operating our modern incubators .to use too much heat, espoeially.towprds.the peid of the perioio and. now .we may learn from the o?d Egyptians how not to ao things as well as how to ;do" thelil ITho use of the straw and other light fuel shows that the Egyptians w...

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THE TRAVELLED AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

I'HE TRAVELLED AUSTRALIAN Australia's passenger service has recently lost the patronage of two important lines in the withdrawal of the North German Lloyd, and t.ie Messagories Maritimes from active participation in our trade, Should this be taken as an indication that the taste for travel is diminishing in Australians, the deduction will be 0rroneous. In spite of the long distances which separate Australia from the Old World, representatives of our land are constantly an) perpetually met with by the wanderer. The American :iaims, by virtue of his trans-Atlan tic rush, to be the most travelled nlan in the world ; while the English man claims to hold the palm by rea son of his wider peregrinations over unsettled and savage lands, Certainly the American trippers who visit Eng land are far more numerous than tlhe Englishmen who flock to Ameria. Still, the fact remains, that on the world's outposts whore scientific in vestigation may be pursued, or big game shooting indulged in ; where ...

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

Eletricity. ! Tho gates of lhe whole world are open to thl electrician. - Ho will go whero ho will. He will get w'hi lie ~'ants ELECTRICITY', ELECTRICITY The world's'"iioving power 1?,CO;C000 o be spent ini electrifying the itil?4as: Jot this do~ri, T'he man with electricity in his Lead has 'wihat hoelike' in hils'pehe: , Oir te?ani awe ýo ' zeasonablo that the poorest man' cni bccunio oa eleotrician SGo ncw, right asay, Write iuwy fCr particulars and find 'out Low to beccn?e a euccessfu electrician, F. S. Beckwith, I ,C.l.P.s,, ~tg., Pruicipal s,16: Colhu Strect, Melbourne OR CA BS, Waggonettes, Drag8, eto., F ring up J. MURPHY, Cheltenham. Telephone 221, Saturday, 7th March, 1914 at3 p,m. .. ON Ti'E OROUND, OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION in a SEATED MARQUEE The New Seasidel Sib rb t,- AUCTIONE ERS. . T. R. B. MORTON & 80N Queen's Walk, 72 Swa. ston Street ... .. =MELBOURNE---.. UNDR INSTRUCTIONS FROM MESSRS D, T. LEITCH AN 0. BAILEY ;: L SBusiness and 140 S Residential Sites. PL...

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Football. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Football. 1EDURAL'ASSOCIATION, Th- annual meeting was held at Moorabbin on March 3rd, the presi. dent (Mr A, D. Mackay) occupying the chair; delegates from all but three of last year's teams being pre sent. The balance sheet for season 1913 was produced, showing-Re ceipts £141 7s, and expenses £,139 4s Id ,(including club dividends amounting to £19 7s 6d), It was formally decided that the association should continue, and the election of officers for 1914 was proceeded with, the results being President-Mr A. D. Mackay; vice-presidents, presidents of com peting clubs ; hon secretary, Mr F. Mogart; hon auditors, Messrs Scullin and Reynolds ; patrons, Hon A. Wynne, M.H.R , Mr 0. R, Snowball, M.L,A., Or Ferdinando, and the Brighton and St. Kilda football clubs. The delegates un animously decided to elect Mr A. D. Mackay as a life member of the association, as some recognition for his services It was decided that the association should supp'y dele gates with printed sheets duplicated for ...

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INVESTMENT IN AUSTRALIAN ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

INVESTMENT IN? AUSTRALIAN ENTERPRISE. - --- The investment of British capital in Australia is always an interesting study,, because from the first the de velopment of our country has been al. most entirely dependent on British money-either in the forms of joint stock enterprises or of direct loans to the States, The year 1893 represents the acme Af British investment in Australasia, when 400 million of capital gas re presented. Since then the decline has been slow, but steady, until now,, when it has been diminished by 27 millions, The land and mortgage :ompanies which at one time were popular among British investors, have shown the greatest decrease., 'A large number of companies, which dealt with this clnes of buslness,have lately wound up their, concerns ant cIobed down. Bince this dec'ine of foreign capital, a new growth has taken place in the amount r, Aus tralasian capital available for local investment, Formerly only a very small minority of the capital u'sed by State loans a...

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

The National Mutual Life Association A NOTABLE ILLUSTRATIPd OF THE NON-FORFEITURE PRINCIPLE. A policy was, taken out by Mr Wmn J. Edwards, on 1st December, 1881, and he paid the premiums regularly up to 1st December, 1887, After that date he paid no further premiums, The office advanced the unpaid premiums out of the Surrender Value, and kept the policy in full force ntil the death of Mr Edwards on 13th October, 1891, The position of the polley then was : Sum assured, .... ... £200 0 Bonuses added to Policy to date of death ... ... 23 6 0 Less Premiuims and Interest £313 6 0 advanced by the Assocla tion out of the Surrender Value of the policy . ., 54 19 Amount handed to Widovw of deceased ...... ,,, £258 6 o 'Although only 6 years' premiums were, paid, the policy was kept in force for 10 years, the above is published as a s'rlking example of the benefits to be obtained by absuring in the National Mutual Life Aeso, ciation of Australasia Limiteds RESIDENT AGENTS WM. BROWN AND HARRY ...

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DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 3rd March [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

DANDENONG MARKET., Tuesday, 3rd March A large number of dairy cattle yarded and competition very keen, scarcely a beast being passed. Some of theprincipal lots as follows: Milkers, L, Corrigan, three to £12 158; F. Einsiedol, three to s12 2s 6(r1 T. Williams, four to £12 10a; J. Marwick, thaee to £10 7s Od; E. Hig gins, three ty £11; H1. Masters, one at 49 17s 5d; J, Wallace, two to £10. 12s 6d. E. Exner, one at £8.; P. Webb, two to £8 15s; W. Hussey, three to £915sl J. West, four to £10 6s N, Bowman, four to £7 17B Od; Learn Corrigan, two to £8 2s 6d; Lat Corrigan, five to .11; W. Ward, one at £10; T. Kingston, four to £11 15s ; W. 0. Koy, four to £10 7s 6d; T. Kimpton, oneoat 107s6d;I R. Angus, one at /97s 6d Miss Mustard, two to £11; 0. Keys, two. to 4815s Springer,-J. Miokle, three to £115 ; E. Higgins, two to £8 10s; E, Greaves, four to £7 78 Od; W. Anderson, five to £7 5 s; T. Salmon, one at £7 2s Od ; G. Keys, two to £6 12s Od; Milo Bourke, one at £6 7s 6d; L. T'atterson, thr...

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Second Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 7 March 1914

Second Grade. Holy Trinity, 129 and 46, beat Elsternwick Methodists, 90 and 20.

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

gB OOTR. Latest Style and Qualit y. Marshall's Latest "'Ox-blood Bals, 21s Wallaby Bals, bogo toes, 15s 6d Glazed Kid Bals, 18s 6d, Box Calf, 18s : Womad's Ox.blood Shoes, 14s 6d Woanqn's Court Shoes, Kismets, 14s d J, M, GILMOUR, BOOTSILL R AND MORDIALLOC. Phone, 41 Chelt, Coachbuilder and General Blacksmith - LORRIES A SPECIALI rY IN - J W, GEORGE 549-51 Church Street, Richmond Phone Windsor 2447 "There's Just Tim e for a Drink" : HILL'S MORDIALLOC , / HOTEL Telephune,12 Chelt, Telephone 66, Local Exchange. Say! , / -here's a bit o' luck!! . Read this through- *& , ,- - You'll think so, tool - / I Mentone Pa,'ade kENTONE Opp. Bailway lta F. . Newton, House aud Estate Agent, / Phone 121 heot. Mordia. loc Cheltenham Hairdressing Saloon C. E. BENNETT Noted for clanipess. ,, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Cigars, etc., at City prices. Razors ground and .st. Aspendale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval Opposite Edithvale Road Crossing, NEPEAN ROAD   Good Work. Moderate...

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