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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
ASPENDALE, :Tho following is a coapy of a letter oent to ex-oCr Mclood by Mr Marcus Smith, seorotary of the Progtess Association. --Dear Sir,-At our crdi nary meeting held on the 7th inst,, a .tmotion was discussed, and carried unanimously, dircoting ino to convey to you our appl ciation of the valu :,1le services youl have rendered in your capacity as councillor, relite mentinug the South Riding. '1 he rnpid p'rog.ress made in the district during. your ,-.r't as a counoillor can he, tla, ;a, no small degree to your able •"ad, ,,, of anything and ? cvl ,ytlhiig oahlcthtt d to benefit the ratupaytas, y,.s have always boon consistent, dis phityi, umarked ability, more espuci ally ?t rognard to linancial natters, which fact has been repeatedly uck:.owleldgot by your colleanu tes, ,t ,lhal with the ratepayers, W' I;trc',h "',Crct that you have be oln eou Ml Žed to resign your seat through pil . a.. 1, , ivato ,usiness, but t : 1 , ii' inua to take a keen i , i , matte s apportaiuint , :...
MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
MBNTONB 'lFe. yestry of t. Augustine's Church of England has come to the conolusielon that more seating aooom modation must be provided for the increasing congregation. A meeting has been convened for Monday night, when the subject is to be considered, and ways and means decided upon. Mr Goo, Pepper, secretary of the Progi ess Association wrote to the council on Monday last, conveying a list of requirements thought necessary for the township. After it had been read, Cr Brownileld inqurired as to whether any connoillors lived at that place. The association generally had a list of urgent works a yard long. The question of more lamps was referred to the South riding iuenbers, The Fire Brigade Board is to be asked to remove the wooden crossing in front of the lire station, council being prepared to pay half cost of alterations, After a very long and extremtly painful illness, Miss Anderson of Como Parade, passed away on Tuesday last. Her remains were interred in the Cheltenham came. ter...
THE "OPEN SHIRT." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
THE "OPEN SHIRT." Australia's High Commissioner, in bidding the Commonwealth "good bye" at Fremantle, touched the weak spot In our industrial life with his customary keenness and surety. "I cannot help thinking," he said, "that we have been inclined to at tend to the things on the root of oar greatness, riitlher than the founda tions. We want to see our new stt tiers go into the country. At presmnt the tendency is to crowd into the towns, It is,only, because the fashion is towards high collars and office. I would like to see the fashion tend towards the open shirt." This, in a few words, sums up the question of land settlement all over the world. In a vast and rich coun try like Australia, it is strange that the majority seek a crowded city life; lured by the movement and glit ter, and attracted by the gent;el jobs which town offices offer, Our recent system of education has much to answer for this. The boy's energies and ambitions have been forced and fostered on the clerical side ...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
MORDIALLOC. The following are the rosults se. cured by competitors from the loeal State Aohool at the combined demon. stration by the State schools -boys and girls) swimming olubs, held at the Proprietary Ciompany'o baths on IFriday, the 13th inmt,-B3oys under 13, 43 ountries-*lert Young 3rd. uBoys, 12-13, 53 entries-Jaok Ker win 2nd. Girls, 12.13, 20 entries- Marjorie Millar 1st. (ir h' Sqrad ron Race-lMordialloo end, 'Boys, 13.14, 93 ontriees--Norman Stuart 3rd, Girls, 13-14, 20 enutries Susan Blaker 3rd. Boys, 14I.15, 23 entries--J1ohn FIerguson 2nd. Life saving--Mordialloc, 2nd. rheo carnival ommonuit te moot again on W\ldnesday next at the Mechanuiocs lustitute. Thc popoulaity of Mlossrs Kelley and Mays' Puiolro Girdenu still con tinues unabated, The fifth weeok has been entered on The subjects are well chosen and the pictures well soroooned. Th weather has so far been favorable for opon.air entertaiun mont, and with overy coinfort assured to patrons, thoie is no reason why lar...
THE FAMOUS CHAIN LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
THE FAMW US CHAIN LETTER Sisteen years or so ago, a man "amed Griffin, mayor of a small town in New South Wales, started a chaip letter in the name of his daughter, with thie idea of endowing a hospital with the proceeds, The plan was to construct a 180-link chain by AliLs Griffin writing to three of her friends and asking them to send. her ten used postage stamps, and also asking them each to write to three of their friends to do the same, The idea wai eventually to sell the cancelled pons tage stamps received to a stamp dealer for re-sale to collectors, and to use the money thus gained for the hospital. The first three recipieete numbered their letters No. 1, the second nine numbered theirs No. 2, the third twenty-seven number d theirs No, 3 and so on, With the one hundred and eightieth multiple, the chain was automatically to cease, But the originator evidently went into the matter wholly without con sidering the results of this, arithme tical progression. As the scheme went into...
MOORABBIN [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
iVOOIRABBIN A man nrtmed Charles Howard Sidley, aged 32, was looked up by Constable Shiolds on Wednesday on a oharge of nmolesting a little girl, aged twelve, whilst in a railway oarriage on that day, at 3.20 p,m, Dr Joyce, JP,, refused bail, the accused was romanded to appear at the Cheltenham Court on Wednesday next. nMr P. White writes tlhat heO and two other members of the previously existing school committee did not seek re-oelection, therefore they were not rejected as stated in last week's "News."-(The fact remains that seven new persons were elected, Probably three of them were rejeoted before the poll was takin, --Ed. ' News,"
Wife v. Husband CLAIM FOR ASSAULT AND MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
Wife v. Husband. OLAIM FOI ASSAULT AND MAINTENANCE. At the Cheltenham Police C.,rt on WYednesday, before Messrs ., Mills (ohair), G. Brownfield, E. T. Penny, and W. H, Barnett, J,'aP,, 1rs Eileen Jaokson sued her husband, ldmund George Jackson, both of South road, Moorabbin, for assault and also for maintenanoe for self and threa children, D.)r Jones appeared for plaintiff and Mr Duncan for de fondant, In a preliminary state. ment, made by plainiti's solicitor, it appeared that disputes had oo carred on previous oocasions, and that an agreement had been arrived at, whereby the parties would sopat ate, and the husband pay a certain sum of money per week. Whilst this agreement was in the hands of the legal gentlemen concerned, the couple came together again on the 4th March. On the following day a further altercation ensued, Blows were struck by Jackson, and his wife considerably knooked about. Her eyes and nose were swollen, she was kicked in various parts of the body, and was unable...
MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, February 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
VOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, February 16th. Present.-The President (Or B, Jf i'erdinando), Ore, Scudds, White, Kelly, Brownfield, Smith, Mills, Nhields, Eggleston, $mall and Bur. oes8. Leave of absence was granted 4e .r Marriott, 1O1RRSPONDENUE. From Metropolitan Board of Works isking for plans of subdivision to be nsubmitted to them, so that where sewerage works might eventually be parried out, difioulties in carrying out same might he obviated, Re luent granted on the motion of Crs SIiaill and Scudds, in any instauon where sewerage work is likely to b, carried out within a reasonable time, letters from the Publio Health department ro supervieion of fish r ;ply and cleansing of drinking veseols were received. From A. Marsh, complaining of state of Jasper road, Referred to engineer for report. From W. Lee, Sandringham, stat ing that a bathing box had been erected near his, the door of which opubedf.opposite his. The.secretary. reported he had referred the letter to the inspector,...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, heltenhram.-11 a.m., Mr Chamber sin; 7 p m, Rev. 0. Crotty Dingloy-11.15 a m., Rev, C, Crotty; 7.15 p.in., Mr Chamberlain Moorabbin-4.15 p.m,, Rev, O Crotty Montono-11 ri m,, Rev a Kelly; 7 p.m., Mr R s Jones Mordialloo--l11 ra.m,, Mr RS Jones; '7 pm., Rev G. Kelly Aependale, 11 a,m. Chelsea-7.80O p.m, Carrum-U,BO pu, -Rev. L. R. Croker. SMETHODIST, Moorabbin-ll am., Mr Revoll; 7 pm., Rev Bridgborn Bentleigh -11 am, Rev Ilortonj 7 i;m,, Band II Oheltenham-11 a, m., Rev Bridgbornl 7 pm., Rev Horton Mentone-11 a,m., Mr Shatwell; 7 pm Rev Fowler Mordialloo-11 a.m., Rev Fowler; 7 pm., Mr Lake' Hoatherton-38 p.m,, Rev Ho:ton I7 p.m., Mr James Carrum-J p.m., Rev Fowler l 7 pm., Mtr Phillips Chelsea Hall-l11 a.m., Mr Upton Aspendale-11 a.m., Supply ; 7 p.m., Rov 0. Fowler 1CHURCH OF. CURIST, * CHEIlENHAM, 10 a.m,, Junior Endeavour 11 ra.m,, F. W. Martin 3 p.m., Bible Sohool 7 p.m., A. V Wilson. Ohart Subjeet The Pioture of a Grave" PRESBYTERIAN. Cheltonhami- 11 am., Mr S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY Mentone IuJpanve the value of your own property by buying locally, .Ivery article at City prices Circulating Library. Latest Books. Liueused to sell stamps, Telephone, Cheltenbam 75, For Saleo W EDEDINT Cards, Typed Ciroulasa, Bereavement Cards, artistioallv printed, promptly dolivered., 1 Nows Ofieo, Cheltenhruam, flItM1 Stwkors anal S Vps; EjIt1 'b1'i TI; IREWOOD.--2ft firewood, dry, and sound, 40s per truck. A. Clements, Frankston, ONION Seod-Tharly Globeo, also white Mra A. Robertsen, Warren Crescent, Mordialloc, INOUBATORS,--Illighest results of any I make, Sussex Fowl, England's besoat. Catalogue will set you thinking Jorgen Aaderson, Mordialloo. Situations Vacant lOY l, a1o1) awd g; oervl iwsitulnt, lJ Kinugsbnry, riubr yar , Aspendlt., GIRh, .~uurt, hones, nseiat Shop :and lightl hoe nwork, U R(dston, ?lrdi PONl', ,quiet, any trial, suit lady, I W [ (.grundy, Point Nepean-road, Mentone SSMA T Iaad, as telograph lnase...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
The half-yearly meeting of mern. bers of the Mirkot Grrdenera' Asso oietion is to be hold next Wednesday at Hooker's Cafe, Swanstou street, at 8 p in [leatheorton Rooroation GOrouad The adjonrnod nieetiug of the Pro greon Aseooiation, to conasidor this subjeot is advertised for Saturday next, '28th inat,, at 8 p m., at the Dingley Hall.
State of the Tides [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
8tate of the Tides High tide for tho enuning week wUbe as follows : Sunday .,, 9.55 ... 10.21 3Monday ... 10.47 ... 11.16 Tuesday ... 11.48 ., Wednesday ,,, ,12 13,, 12 42 Thursday ,, 1,11 ,. 1.40 Friday .,,, 2.0 .,. 2.32 Saturday ... 2.06 ... 3.10 Low tide can be esbimated at about half way betwoen the times mentioned on any one day. --"Tis not in mortal! to cornilnil snccess, But we'lldo more Sempronlus, wc II dcervo It SATURDAY, MARCHI 21, 1941.
COUNCIL DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
COUNOIL DISCUSSION. Messrs Ramsley, S?rt and Val. ontine attended at the p council meet ing last Monday, and 'ponveyed the above resolutions. The delegates were all agreed that the meeting reported above was very enthusiastio and unanimous, over 130 people were present. They expressed the hope that the councillors would give all the a.,istance possible, as a street railway, as suggested, would give the district a mighty impetus. Cr White moved that the resolu tions be reeooived and the request granted. He felt quite sure that now the council had obtained a very definite expression of opinion from residents, decisive action would be taken to push the matter ahead quio:ly, Or eolly seaoudcd the ,notion, He urged that prompt action be taken, so that a deflnite route of the 'pro. posed extension from Black Rook to 1leaumaris could bp agreed upon liy council and Railway Standing Com. mittee before Parliament reas sembled., Cr Soudds supported the resolu tion, At the same time, he conside...
Electric Street Railway FROM SANDRINGHAM TO BEAUMARIS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
1Eectric; street Railway PROM SANDL[INGf H \X TO BRIAUMARIS A publio meeting was hold at Beaumaris, on Saturday night., undpr the chairniianship of Mr. G. IH, Neighbour, to take into consideration the proposed extension of the electrio street railway to that place from Black Rook. Crs. Kelly and White, of Moorabbin shire, and Mr. Scowball, M.L4.A., were present, According to the Railways Standing Committee's report quoted at the melting, the ex tension of the double track electrio railway from Black Rick to Beau. maris, and provision of the necessary additional rolling stook would involve a further outlay of £38,500. The Chairman read a letter from Cr. Fordinando, president of Moor abbin shire, saying the council had intended to hold a public meeting at Beanmaris on the 18th inst, about electric railway extension, but if Saturday's meeting proved represen tative and satisfactory, the meeting would be abandoned. The chairman drew attention to the route of the proposed extension as ma...
IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
IMPORTANCE OF' WATEH TO CHOPS. lExperiilments con nluted for the pst IourteenI years havi led to the follow-. inl conclusions of interest to the prluo tical farmer in the matter of rotation If .crops, Potato 3s requr'o the least water, and leavo th1e ?iubsoil rich in moisture. They therefore leave the soil in. a more favorable condition for sub:lquent crops, provided that the getting in of the potatoos bo not utin duly dcliCyecl ande that ultrogon be adld ed to the soil in 1? readily assinilablo form. eas ar aiunother orop which a!i,.:lrb little moisturo from the soil; oalts, on the other hand, take up much. As far as the moisturl of the soil is con cerlld, it is bettor to grow wheat after ry'o lhan ryo after wheat. Olover or ilaustOl the noisture of the soil in t.l, highest degreo, 'l'hou, in dry 'years, , tlrop su\wn ater clover will find the con ditions of the soil unfavourable and will lovldop slowly.
TEACHING MAORIS AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
TACHOING- MAORIS AGRIOCI, TU,.. There has been. established at Ma nanui, in.New, Zealand, an AgrL u! tural College, for, Maori. boys, which consists of some two hundred acrf s of first-class land, about seventy of which are already under cultivation. Practical as well as theoretical training is given, and dlairying is to be a prominent fauture of 'tlio in'al tution, at which the boys live, and' which is under the principalhtip of a clergyman of some considerable 'x. porience in practical ugrlcdltur'. Adult Maorl settlers, it Is iut :r. ?: ing to note, are reallsiug the pon r;l 'lties of prosperity, in dairying, Th ' majority .of those who take it up :serlonaly use milking machines., It:( sRn? that £100,00,000 a r ling is spcnt in Udvortiaing ini Groat 3rltilin overy year, 4 : I I? " . . 1 r
EXCLUSIVE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
fIOVI'(JI) lul~lwly. · Ihlo lIntt Ju~dge · i~u I~ryii, thl · UrvcLl~ Iii~~ fitOICOl fr'om Ilii 8mok'r( ' lioaio. lIe n~irsuthc 1lorn at oncao, bul 10(1 iotluhiii1r to anyono, A fow da~y Isc loti 10 hbuull ourn' to h~im. "f~tay, 4Judgo,'' ho ar~id ''I hlead y~rl 1)11(1 10111 ul iunai st~ole, t'o~lho ng~ht~,' 'Yoa," repl)iodli thIo jml go l VoY OUO tidontlioy, ''but m' t oonli at L i,,i~,no i~hr
FIGHTING FOR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
FIGHTING FOR W VES. --4-.,-- Courtship as a preliminary to mar riage is dispensed with among the blacks along the Gulf of. Oarpentarla, Queensland, and.Alove is an element that does not enter much into the contract. Mr. H. Matthews, superin tendent of the Mitchell ILiver Sta tion, controlled by the Australian Board of Missions, debcribcs one of the marriage "ceremonies" t'at he had witnessed recently, and the story is best told in his own words. "Just before I ltf;," he said, "some of the bush bloe'"s intimated their intention of fighting for the possession of some of the girls on our station, who we had hoped would marry some of our "Los,." When I heard of this I was natura'ly con corned, and called the boys and girls together to discuss the matter, and see what moans could be taken to avoid the conflict. Somewhat to my surprise they would not hear of that, course. The boys, said that this pr:a. cedure was quite correct, and tht girls said the same. So that t'trro was nothing for i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
J. Burleigh, Thames Promenade, CHELSEA, Cabs for hire. WOOD and GOAL delivered in any quantiites. Best Box Blocks at City i looe, Orders for Carting attended to promptly, J. R. Bond, The Chelsea Fruit Mart, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in season always on hand Opposite Station, Chelsea.. Mrs. A. Bartlett, WOODLANDS DAIRY, ARGYLE AVENUE, Chelsea. BEGS to notify the public that she has oened a DAIRY at the above ad. frees. Fresh Milk delivered twice daily Cream a ways on hand MRS A, RICH Dressmaker Centre Dandenong Rd, CtIELT'ENHAM W. RICH, CONTRACTOR AND CARTER, Centre Dandenoig Rd, CHELTENI'AMl Builders' Materia Carted. F. H. Powell, Builder and Contractor, House Painter and Signwriter, Contracts taken. Estimates given Local Agency of Guardian Assurance Company. Berry Avenue, Chelsea F. J. Jones's General Store, CHEISEA. Orders called for and delivered punctually, We want your patronage, CARRUM BUTCIERY, A. Marks ON SAIE: Primest Beef, Mutton, Small Goods, etc. Deliveries daily throug...
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
Terribly Tempted h SERIAL STORY BY SANINAIEL fGRAYV, Theroo \ was a eary mouirntlness about thi parted pallihd lips, a hunted tired look upon her face, ai sudden shrinking from his g[ae that told himll 11ll he wanted to learn; ia sudden sllrinking, such as an antelope may feel wheno a cobra uncoils itself to sprisng, She could not ansseivr. Why was a alwvitys so muto before himi? What (lid ;he nmoand What were those in articulato whispers an'l warnings that made her lips quiverP Sho wnho had so long hated and despised human beo ings; elsoe whoso young ignoranoa and onthusiasim, and latent genius made her so many-sided in charactter and mood, she trembled now; physical lhelploss ness prostrated her strength as his lips again sought hers, He may have boon dicappointed in this silence, expecting some quick, res ponsive, girlish ia'owal. A certain seveority stole over his foeatures After all, who was she, to hold him cheaply I He had his prejudices, He was narrow, ton--a little, it may ...