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Mentone Bowling Club. A PROGRESSIVE MOVE. £500 TO BE SPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
Mentone Bowling Club. A PROGRESSIVE MiOV,. ;500 TO BE SPENT. On Monday night a specI1. mcet. ing of members was held at the. pavillion to consider important re commendations of the committee. The president (Mr H. C. Edwards) presided over a full attendance of members. The recommendation was as follows : 'To consilder a report from the committee that club rooms he erected, alterations bo made to existing buildings and ground, tennis nnd croqueJt clubs bo formed, end, if Idopted, authorising the committee to pro. coed with the work. Mr Edwards, in declaring the meeting open, stated that the prc Iosals were not entirely new.. Two yearq ar.o the sact Lmad t 4eei disctsetd, but somei ,;uti ecn m ral, coit.. sidered that the time then was not ripe. The committee had re-oemdrl the quation, and resolved that the step should now be taken, The scheme was very complete. He trusted that members would give it very full corsideration, and that all present wonld speak their opinions fully and free...
THE QUEST OR OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
THE QUEST O UR OIL, The Government of South Austra, lia is .to e congratulated on having seourad *thle, services of Dr. Arthulr Wnade, tob. rport on the probabill.y Af .petrolgum" being present in pay' le '"iiii'biitles in the State, . Dr. Wade's report as to the i'rkh oil fields which exist in New ' aiisa'ea is likely to greatly aid the " ort of settlement which is proceedi' ,g there, The oil wells are described jas being like those of Borneo and, Bmnah- that is, surface springs, 'wb,'ich are much more easily utilis' 4* than .the deep-seated reservoirs ( 'tli1n Canc.* - sue and of Texas,. Many hopes have blor n nourishad as to the presence of o J l' e'Lds in South Australia, at Kangar e lt?alnd, on the West Oonat, and klo as heo Coorong. The black. bitum'a)naus substanne sa believed .by many,y to be a. nturnl roeldulum of pe' sroteum after it has boen exposed to . tbl action of air a'ld water; but sa far no one has neon successful in t' taeino it to Its souroe. A bonus of A.i400O h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
Morablbin CoUOperative Society, LIMITED Largest Stores in the District. P CI1T NEFEAN BOAD, CHEL'ENHAMI.; Phone, x8 Chelt. Cash prices lowest in the trade. Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half.yfarly. Call and get particulars, Pest While Sugar, 2?d per lb, 2s 4id doz Best 5Io test Kerosene, SI' 1. Tight of Age, 3s vid tin. Best Sago, Tapioca, 2ad b, is , ., z Best Oatreal. Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, t2d lb, as 3d doz "First Pick" Torrato Sauce 5S, 4s gd doz. Ficur, 251be paFer, ~s 41d, $olbsa4s gd. 251bs calico, 2s 6d, 5olbs 5s Our cwn Special Blend Teas, is, is 3d, ]e 6d Iovsu ~ l At.tket Rates foi Bran. Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, '; 1'ar. Mrlcl. P?i,~eal. f'svrtirtp, Pons (Dun aud Yolkshilo IIeros), Dlccd n eal, Bls.cd rrsrure, tsanw, Cage Barley, and all other picduce. ROSE BROS., k- FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.1.d OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Furerals Conducted injany partof the District, " Coaches Supplied ...... TELEPHON 42, CHELTENEAM EXCHANGE...,.. ~ ~_ ~~__,,______,,. ...
DOMINIONS' HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
DOMINIONS' HOUBB, While in Australia, Earl rey h°, ocen urging the clairna of hoe ieh:en (or the establilhmont of a ionluiot & flouee in London. Ai Cook recognises the iavoura I1 points of thm Idlm, hut think'ci tllit a th.. neJ CcmntonwcWa:th Dllldin1 a ill Londron uri no j it' course of er ct on IL i uInlikely th f j-'y acthri Jotý mat1Lter will be taktt a.y AuuaIli4,
THE AEROPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
THE AEROPLANE. The exhibitious of flying given by Mir.. Harry Hawker emphaslsas in a marked way Australia's distance from the :centres of knowledge and science. Belore the marvellous flights which w~ have lately had the opportunity o. watching, no tangible result has hDoon seen here of one of the most drami tic,evontful, successful, yet tragic cl iorts of mankind, Hlart and Hammond certainly de imanstrated in some slight degree th' wonders of aerial motion, but snce then, the advances .made iW the work ,of 'harnessing the iir to man's srr eitce has been almost fabulous. 'To tgin some slight idea of the mana mile-stones which have been passed ia the aeronaut's progress, vw have only to look back to the first attempts 'made by the Wright Brothers, A few years hack their asp~ration?a were regarded indulgently as idle dreams, and their enterprise, entlh sliasm, and devotion to science as ýfu tile and fotlharty. The latest n"'i, ,oe the surviving brother Is. that 'hn 'has perfected a "fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
J. Burleigh, Thames Promenade, CHELSEA. Cabs for hire, WOOD and COAL delivered in any quuntlites. 1esat Box Bl3cks at City Pricei, Lrders for Carting attended to promptly, J. R. Bond, The Chelsea Fruit Mart, lFresh Fruit and Vegetables in season always on hand Opposite Station, Chelsea. Mrs. A. Bartlett, WVOODI.ANDS DAIRY, AARPYI.E AVENUE, Chelsea. EGB to notify the public that she hIs ollpned a DAIRY at the above ad. Drees. lrush Mllk delivered twice daily Cream a4ways on haud MRS A, RICH Dressmaker Centre Dandenong Rd, CelL'I'ENll AM W. RICH, Ct NT'I ACTOR AND CARTER,. centre Dandun.mg Rd, CHEL4TENHlAM tiuilders' Matctia Cartel, F. H. Powell, Builder and Contractor, House Painter and Signwriter, Contracts taken. 1stimates given Local Agency of Guardian Assurance Company. Berry Avenue, Chelsea F. J. Jones's General Store, CIHELSEA, Orders called for and delivered punctually, We want your patronage. CARRUMI BUTCiiHRY, A. Marks O?N SAL ; Prinest Beef, Mutton, Small Goods, etc., Deliv...
ESTATE AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
ESTATE AGENTS., E. Lessing, Chelsea W. P, Fairlatu, Cheltenham Small and Edwards, Mentone D. White, Mordialloc. F,. J. Newton, Mordialloc. W. E. Looker, Mentone. R. W. Wilton, Aspendale. M. S. Lannan, Meutone, Callaghan & Co City. S. J. Cook, Chelsea W, A. Towler, Chelsea Olarke and Sons, Dandenong FRUITERERS 0. Chapman, Cheltenham J.UR. Bond, Chelsea S. Stephens, Chelsea GROCERS, Co-operative stc.res, Cheltenham W. J. Foreman, Cheltenham. Thompson & Co, Cheltenham. Abbott & Mason, Mcntone, Reynolds Pros, Moorahbln. J, M. Gilmour, Mordialloc., Mrs Woods, Highett. Kerr & Gibbins, Aspendale. F. Shepheard, Aspendale. Mrs Ew?ns, Aspendale, Service & Elliott, Brighton, F J. Jones, Chelsea F. -Iishop, Cthesea.
CONFECTIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
CONFECTIONERS. Mrs Haiyes, Mentone, H. Peterson., Mentoiie. E. Rippon, Cheltenham Mrs Walker, Chelsea ' Mrs Thompson, Cheltenham DENTISTS, C. Rattray, Cheltenham. H. Tause, Meutoue. Mr J IH Cromwell, Chelsea DRAPERS. Mrs Duecan, Chelsea. H. Forerman, Cheltenham. M1iss Shei herd, Mordialloc. Miss Neill, Mordialloc, Abbott and Mason, Mentonu DIRESSMXSAERS Mlrs. Rich, Chelttenham Mrs Cooper, Higbett EDUCATIONAL, Herr Poller (singing), Mentone Miss Caudwoll (piano), Mentone Miss Murray (pailiting), Chelt. ,High School, Mentone. Sto' t's, City. Central Business College, Melh.
A GREAT IMPERIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
A GREAT IMPERIALIST,,. lEarl Grey,. who is visiting the Comn monwealth, has rendered many Ner viecs to the Impiro. Hie is a thu rough-going Imperialist, and haes e r to the forefront with numerous pro lrts for cementing the bonds of Iinu. pire. 'l'io "Dominion House" schremi awes much to him, his idea being tc :oncentrate the Dominion Govcrn. .sents -under one root in London, and also to provide for the commercial and sQeial needs of their people.
EXIT—THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
EXIT-THE HORSE. As a man-server and city-dwellol the horse's day is over. The teams. ter's waggon has long given place tc the railway train, the brougham drawn by the high-stopping pair tc the motor-car, the despatch-hearer tc the telegraph and telephone, and horse traction to the motor lorry. The horse's chief gifts to man art brute force and loyalty; and mare has found that he can obtain both these at a cheaper rate by applying to man-made machinery. Coal and petrol are quite as willing workers ai the noblest of animals, while, the e n lurance of the former far outbids the willing service of the latter, Even in war the horse is being oust. eed by modern inventions; and it if doubtful whether the impressive cb'arge of ca"alry will he able tc withstand the subtle demolitious o: Time. On the farm the horse stil Fo'de some of his ancient sway; but it is only a question of time whcn his presence will be as chimerical a. on orator's dream. 'Yet, strangely. bh value of the superseded hor...
BUILDERS Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
BUILDERS Etc. E. Burdett, Aspendale, J. H. Jefferson, Brighton. W. I, Billings, Carrum, W. Grundy, entoe., J. Williamson, Chelsea. W, Adams, ordialloc F. H, Powell, Chelsea 0C.aud A. Coates, Chelsea C. Brain, Chelsea E Downtcn, Aspendale A Jago, Chelsea Pattison and Cormon, Mordialloc BUTCHERS, J. W. Perrin, Chelsea W. C. Bumpstead, Heatherton J. Webb, Mordialloc, A. Poynton, Mordialloc. Palce Bros, Mentone. H. Hewett, Cheltenham. J. Beazley, Cheltenham,. A. Marks, Carrum