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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
Bowls. (In all cases wh, re competing clubs are mentioned, the matches took place, or are to take place, as the case may be, on the grouid of the first-montionod. Order of plaoers read--;lkippora first, thence to leRaors), To-day the semi-finals of the pennant matches are to be played, Mentone meet Armadale on the St, Kilda green, Cheltenham A play Sunshine on the Footscray green, whilst Cheltenham B meet Prince's Park on the M.C.C. ground. On Wednesday J. H. Sheedy was defeated in the V.B.A. champion of champions tourney by W, W. Stephens, of Armadale, the scores being 21 to 11. A report of the progressive move of the Mentone club will be found elsewhere in this issue. The tussle for the championship of the Mordialloo club, was concluded on Wednesday, when N. MoSwain beat P W Coleman by 31 to 28 The game was exceedingly close, as par ticipant's scores read 28 all before the final end.
THE SOLUTION OF THE FINANCE PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
THF. ,SOLUTION OF' THE FINANCE PROBLEM. . -----~-+--- The most noticeable outcome of thi modern growth and. expansion of Nurope and the East is the lust for new territory, which is a natural re suilt of the increased population ;'nd the altered conditions of living, both In the Old World and the Orient, Australia holds the unenviable dis tinction of being the only land of an' r;le whose rich acres offer allarimn.nt and temptation to acquisitive coun tries, and whose broad areas have not yet been effectively occupied lby one of the great nations of the earth The id al to which every true Aus. tralian clings, is the hope of seein his cotuntry continue to be British territory, peopled by the British race, and perpetually to hold inviolate its title of a "White Australia." In the present embryo condition of her sea and land defence sch'eme', the one safoe uad which the Cowmonlwealth holds a aenst marauding' nat'ons !s the power and prestige of the Britl?ib. Empire, and the helpabtaid- s...
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 10th March. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
DANDENONG MARKEl'. Tuesday, 10th March. A full yarding of milkers and springers, and thu usual number of fleshy and store cattle to hand. Milkers-With the exception of a few odd good cows, the market was much easier than last week, Somo of the principal sales were as fol lows :-H Gamble seven to ?4 158, G Lehman, one at £11 5s, A M'LolI lan two to £11 2s Gd, J G West three to £10 7s 6d, T Kingston two to £10 2s Gd, N Bowman four to ,£10 10s, E. R Matthews one at £9 17s Od, E Higgins six to £10 2s 6d, W Macraw one at £9 2s Gd, Gus Powell one at £8 17s (d, A Martin one at £8 12s bd, J Marwick one at £8 10s, S Keys two to £8 2s 6d, Springers sold at reduced rates. T E Lomprielo throee to /:8 10a, D Bourko six to £8, J Meikle thirteen to '£7 10s, J M'Crae six to £6 12s Gd. "loeshy cows to £5 lOs, fleshy bullocks to £7 5s, store cattle at late rates. Pigs-Porkers 35s to 41s. bacon £3 2s Gd to 7(is, Calves -is to 66s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
Electricity ! The gates of the whole world are open to the eleqtrician, He will go wheoreo le , Ho will :get what he wants ElE?CTRICITY ITICTRICITY The world's moving power £1.000,000 to be spent in electrifying the Ilways. Jot this down. The man r\hh uluutricity in his hoead has whot he likes in his pockot,. Our terms are so reasonable that the poorest u ~n can become an eleotrician Go nlow, right away. \Viite awy' fmr pardculars and find OUt isow to becomne i selccessfu e Ictrician. F. S. Beckwith, F.I.P,S,, Eng., Principal 165 Colihns Stree , Melhourre W. 13. LOOKER SWOR' VALUER, Opposite Statiol', ORMONOD ~tatlL I.,1 [ J x F ;, A*essor. 8--vain valuatiosit mnde (hr I'iQvtoe, Miorttngu or other p tpos~ f.;Oi CABS~, 11'ir;ýKuek,;~ed, Url'rkli, OW",, 1 ring til ,J. MUJflrl:I , Choltojilua:, rfro1jwo wCN 2, Beach Blocks than Diamonds At Aspendale, Chelsea and Carrum. To secure one you must act quickly. £5 Deposit = £1 per month, W. A. TOWLER, Auctioncer, :406 Collins Stoet, City, o ...
POLITICS A LIBERAL RALLY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
POLITICS A LIBERAL RAIjLY On Thursday at the Cheltenham hall, a combined meeting was held of members of local branohes of the Woman's National League and the People's party. The league's colors and motto were a predominating fea. ture of the platform decoration, whilst Mr and Mrs Moody were pro. minent as usual, carrying out the organising details with the customary zeal they invariably display in politi. cal matters, more especially when the 4,W,N,L is concerned, The meeting took the form of a free and easy conversazione, although differ. ing materially from the generally accepted definition of the word in that the audience-mostly females had to listen to platform orators for a long time before being able to have any conversation themselves, Mr F. T. Le Page presided, and musical items were rendered by Misses Wal. ton, Moody, Murray and Howard, Mrs Slack and Mesars Slack and E, Le Page, In the course of some introductory remarks, the chairman used the term "People's Iiberal Party,"...
St. Patrick's Day. A NATIONAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
St. Patrick's Day, A NATIONAL CONCERT, The authorities of St. Patrick's church, Mentono, have arranged w'hat promises to be a very flue pro. gramme for an Irish concert to be held in their own hall on Tuesday evening next (the 17th), Improve ments have been recently completed to this building, and it is now cap. able of seating a very largo audience. For the concert in question, some excelleont talouent has boon soeuroed. The artists include such notable per formers as Trixie O'Shea, of the J. C. Williamson Opera Company; Miss Lilian Reid, Milo Davino, James Wade, Scott ILeslie, Ivy HIurley and Miss M'Lean. The items include Irish gems of great popularity such as " The dear little Shamrock," "The Minstrel Boy," " Erin, my Country," etc. The' names of these performers will doubtless draw a large audience, more especially when Mr Edward Comber is acting as musical director.,
Beaumaris Electric Tramway [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
Beaumaris Electric Tramway A meeting of residents was held last Monday to discuss the above subject, Mr T. Rumsley presiding. A conversational discussion ensued as to the best route for the tram, but finality was not reached. It was decided to hold a further meet- ing on Saturday night. There is, apparently, a misunderstanding &nbsp; somewhere, as a meeting has been &nbsp; convened by the shire president for Wednesday next. Both meetings have the same object, but it is a certainty that a larger attendance will be secured on the Saturday night, on account of the week-end residents. It is equally certain that &nbsp; business people, keenly interested in the district though they may be, can scarcely be expected to attend &nbsp; two meetings in one week with the same object. The whole position is rapidly becoming a farce, and un- less residents make up their mind quickly what they want, permitting the majority to rule, they deserve to have imposed upon th...
Wedding Bells PETERSON—MARRIOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
Wedding Bells PETERSON-MARRIOTT, At Bentleigh, on Wednesday, a very popular and pretty wedding took place, whereat the attendance of residents and friends was very large. The contracting parties were, Bessie, second daughter of Cr and Mrs T, Marriott, and C. Victor Peterson, Both bride and bridegroom are well known throughout the district, both being natives of thre district, and as years rolled by, gaining the admiration and esteem of a large circle of rela tives and friends. The ceremony took place at the Tucker-road Methodist church, where the bride had been a Sunday school teacher for many years, Rev. J, H, Cain being the officiating mninister. The sacred edifice was most artistically decorated for the occasion, Mrs H. Clayton presiding at the piano, who played the Wedding March with marked ability. At the conclusion of the ceremony a reception and wedding breakfast was held at the public hall, which was attended by 160 guests. The bride's dress was of ivory morv silk, trimmed w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 14 March 1914
Latest Style and Quality. Marshall's Latest Ox-blood Bals, 21s WallabIy Balsai hogo tom, ls 6d Glazed Kid Bals, 18s 6d, Box Calf, 18s y Woman's Ox.blood Soes, 14s 13d W t'l u's Cc urt Sho, s, .Kistots, 14s 6d J M GIMO R, .BOOTSELLER AND i e UR REPAIRIR Phone, 4t .chelh Coachbuildeti andi General Blacksmith -,-- L ER:PIES 'A SPECIALI TY S ',; •' fI'IýI BE d ON' ý J. WE GEORG1E3 549-51 Church Street, Richmond i'none \VinJsPor 2447 e "There's Just Time for ýt I a Drink" h , lil L L'S NMORDIALLOCG / HOTEL rl eo. h ,n , /'2 Chedt, ..,. Telephone 66, Local Exchan 'e. I r ABBOTT & MASON, 'llentone Parade 31EV'NTONEL', Opp. .tailway Stea -, F. Newton, House arid Estate Agent, Phone 121 Chelt. M1 0 ao Cheltenham Hairdressing Saloon C. E. BENNETT Noted for cleanlines., Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Cigars, etc,, at City prices. Razors ground and set. Aspendale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval opposite Edithvale Road Crossing, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NEPEAN ROAD &am...
"B" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
'"B" Grade. M'Kinnon, 103, beat Malvern NiO triot, 9 and 20. Carnegie, 230, beat East Caufieold, 62 and five for 02, by 161 on first innings. Oakleigh,. 70 and 82 for seven wickets, lost to East Malvern'Pres* byterians, seven for 123, innings olosed, Glenhuntly, 171 (A, Jones 55,; 1), Mackay 53, J. Dowding 13; U. Soudds three for 45, arreoll threeoo for 25, '1', M'Cristal two for 21), and seven for 78,(J. Dowding 23, 0. Lee 15; D. Mackay 15; Iust one for 8, Rogers one for 10), beat Meentone, 108 (Llewellyn 27 not out, T. M'Cristal 15, YWhitohead 15, Farrell 13 ; D. Maokay six for 26, J. Dowd. ing three for 23, P. Lee one for 25), by 63 runs on first innings,
CRICKET LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS Caulfield-Moorabbin. "A Grade." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
CRICKET LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS Caultield .loorabbin, " A Grade," St, George's; 243, beat Nurrnmn beont, 72 and 33. Oakleigh, 176 and three for 66, beat East Caiilfeld A, 82 and two for 151, innings olosed, by sevon niokota,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
Electricity! Thlo atoes of thil whlolu world aro open to the'eleotricinn. Ho will go whlero ho wl-, Hle will get what he wants ELEyTJCTRIIOTY ELECTR.ICITY The world's imoving, pow3i £1,000,000 to be spent in elooatifying thlo lailways. Jot .this down, Tho' man with eleotricitfy in Iris head hras whol, ho likos in his pocket, Our I.crms aro so reasonable thallt the porest nnan aon beoome tIn elootrilian Go now, right a-way. \\Wr;it away foir p,iricui:ir and find out now to heconIm a suIccessffl 'lectricinn, F. S. Beckwith, F.I.P.S,, Lug., Prindcpal 165 Collins it, ee', Melilounr..e W, E. LOOKER SWOR~i VALUER, ' Opposite Statioii, O)r(r Q '4, Stle Land 'lax A '5erso&, S"on vldu.ij ns nade fir 'Probitd. .,horigag! or other p .ipoQ.':. ", The' Stato Saya ii9js 'ýc~nkl~t' of VictoriaD. Ctlarante:d by the (Gfiver n ut of Vc.c turi':, 1) RANCHE:I of the Stagt cnvinusl,'an'. B a are flow open at P Itlp(liiv i *Carlkdte N: :e:, 'A NEWA zAFýI DI PQSIT. DýJ'P .. ; .tiGu Ii'cltlrl hrthe...
Chelsea Fire Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
Chelsea Fire Relief Fund. The trensuror (VMr Jl, 0lo0ter) de sirh? to acknowledge receipt of the follwiniug additional amonti : Colb hlucted by Mr D, W. Ward, 1;11 19s td-I1 Bannermanu, ,: 2s 21s each, 1) V \Vard, E Cairns, U J Jenneo, M Hill ; 20s, C P S]oey ; 10 Gd, Sym pathisor; 5s each, F 1R 'ITynton (l'atura), iracklyn Boys, Mr's M liakor, :Yordialloo hotel, W IBvsarko, C YNoug, A Olark, Tivoli I'Jys, A J Crikshank, F P C olayer, J Crook; 3.; 6d, Moss ; 3s, C H Miles; 2s'* d each, 11 White, G Sleight, R Ross, J \ ,'lCallum ; F Kingsley ; 2s eaoh, C 11 Wright, J, Pipfer, Also 31 Wnltel.ý 5s, M Whitfild .f, Mrs Foromnn (Keow) 1;rl "'owe" otfco e1 7s d,.
CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
CARRUMI --- - ·--- The new nspihalt footnath is not giving las much satisfoetiul 'as was 4uticipated. A large nnmber of the residents consider that it will prove ositively dangerous to pedestriims at night, havin, at either end a width cf 9ft., bhile directly opposite the station, in fontl of [essrs Chap. nan's and Darvali's prolperties, whie o there is a ninuh greater. amount of tragic, it is only (6ft, This men!:s in awkward break, and with ia guter-made, one can easily picture a person on a dark night slopping right into it. The amount saved is hardly worth consideration, about If 10 s Cr Colonso has drawn the 1tteintion of the ,.hire conucil to the Mnatter, and has received a reply I'(on the secretary, stating that the path was considered wide enmcugih, aud the gutter would be no tionubl to make,
CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
ChIELSFA AibOxu. 150 residents assembled in thel.l)blit o 1all on Frilday, 13th ills, o40 give a send-oflt to Mr. and 31r,' M hxmou. Oho i re letvinle' the disl'ic't The l0':it' took the forn (f a Sccdil cviing, dtnllneing being indultiged in 'with '.i by hoth I onlili and old, il tal snei t d with imusical items tof an exC:-lle:'" chr(ll'nactr. A duet " Thle wi o i?f' a do'e," by Mr, aid iad , ,i:, was ]hichly Ippir. ciated, . is .lorii, ý 'tidlI san'y Mrih lOyes ot 11 tie in a very pleasinsig nanii. Ilr. ryci 'i', " O(neon of theo trl" v,' a .+,1 lpet 'r a ? c , Itr F. Fro 'wil WlVt- hIeol' to ,re?al eIlec ,t b " Simon Ihll cellarer'," its also w'as ;lr. i. het . i: + The Kihg's fifteen," A LRose i';c2 by the N1isses El a ,i oni:l a:.i J btes, anil a Ptoy dauno by th '...i. , M ,nx,, lol:ii son :n:td lBantlett wore vuly pretty .perf,,rmance., and a "Fed'ernl horn pipe " hy M??iss Robinson wa?, clwevor.i cxiscuitd, Mirs Baker ollic:nted at the piant in Ihe' usual efliciottt Itttin ...
CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
CHiELTENHAM M'r Joshua Mortiator, a Imissionary frolm Nairobi, East Africa, gave an interesting lectnre' on life in that country at the Churoh of Christ last Thtraday. A full repoºt will appear next issue. Messrs A. Chandler, H. King and J. Woods, are it present enj ying a holiday in Tasmania. Mr Penny's Class at the Church of Christ Bible S-hool, have sub scribed lOs towards the Coonamble Boy Hero Fund. Mr. Penny added a further 10s. We are pleased to note that Mr. Val Woff, a former employee at this offiioe, has se'ured first prize for composing, grade 2, of the Working Men's Colleoge printing examinations A meeooting of the band committee and ncLmboevs was held last Saturday. The itstr'anmncts were re-allotted, and it was decided to meet for practice every Wednesday, Mr Ibonthal act ing Is conduotor for the time being, A socitl eroning, or pound ,niht, is to hb held next 'hursday at the Meoohaius' Instituto. Iononiry members are to be invited to join the band and subsoribe threep...