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Chelsea Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
'Chelsea Progress 9 Association ti aý a, The monthly meeting of the V members was held last Saturday in 0 the Public Hall, and was well 0 attended. The president (Mr J. , James) occupied the chair. n OORRESPONDENIII . From W. S. Keast, M.L.A. u thanking association for compli a mentary letter re railway aiding I and stating that he had paid a vial v to the Education Department fo u full information re now State school, u He had been informed that the t money had been provided by the v Minister, and that tenders were to t be called in a week or two, f From Mr M'Pherson, secretary of d the Education Department, dated t March 3rd, stating that plans had s been prepared and instructions v issued for the work to be put in I hand as soon as possible, t Telegram from Mr Keast, that I morning, .aatljig that he had just a seen Sir Al .nder Peacock, who: 1 had informed him that tenders were I to be called at once. The estimated cost was ,166i5.--The president I said they had been in the recei...
A Fatal Accident. AT MENTONE DEATH OF MRS. ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
A Fatal Accident. AT M],NTONE DEATH OF MRS. ROBINSON. Last Saturday, about 9 p m., a serious accident occurred at the Ialcombe road gates, whereby Mrs. Robinson, the gatekeeper, was in 3tantly killed. Employees of the 3olonial Ammunition Company had been holding a picnic during the lay. One trainload had left for home, and at ten minutes to nine a special train pulled into the station. To shunt from the " down "to the " up " line the train passed over the crossing. Before it returned a motor car, and a horse and cart driven by Mr. Couchman, reached the closed gates. Thinking that she had time to let the vehicles through before the train started back, Mrs. Robinson opened the gates. But the train inovid back at once with the guard's van in front. The cart passed through safely. jWhilst clos ing the gates, the train dashed into them, and knooked Mrs Robinson over, the wheels severing the head from the body. Sad coincidence surrounds Mrs. Robinson's death, Hfer husband, a guard in the ...
DRILL HALLS—CANADIAN VERSUS A STRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
DRILL HALLS-CANADIAN VERSUS A iSTRALIAN. 'rhe exhibition of drilling by 7,000 school-children which Sir Ian tHaml ton recently witnessed in Melbbiurne, has moved him to a panygeric on the expertness, unanimity, and beauty of the childrens' movtments, which can not fall to be most gratifing to their teachers, .The little girls, in partlcul r, aroused his warmest praise, 'and he ungrudgingly states that he has never seen anything at all approach Ing the display given by Australian school children,.. On the question of our drill hal 9, he is not so flattering ; and compa:'.s unfavourably Australian halls \i h those of Canada. In the Dominion, the halls are built in a much mooe ambitious way, cost up to 415,001, and are made to serve the purpose r.f social utility as well. Our drill halls are dismal sh d, with asphalted floors which Fe ', their purpose very well, but whrn not used for actual training pilrpos?s are melancholy locked cenotaphs, The Canadian hahll, bn the con trary, are wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
Moorabbin Co.Operative Society, LIMITED Largest Stores in 'the District;"' FOINT NEPEAN ROAD, ,;,ELTENHAM te Phone, 18 Chelt ' e Cash prices lowest in the trade, ICash bonus paid on all your purchases half-yearly. Call and get particulars. ti a Lest White Sugar, atd per lb, as 4id doz Best 150 test Kerosen, it Shell, Light of Age, 3s aid tin. Best Sago, Tapioca, ad lb, I is 9d doz Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, aid lb, i 2. 3d doz "First' Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 49s gd doz. Flour, 251lb paper, 2s 4-d, 5olbs 4s gd. 25lbs calico, 2s 6d, 5olbs 5s Our own Special Blend Teas, Is, Is 3d, Is 6 t Lowest Market Rates for Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, t Barley Meal, Peamenal. ranning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshire Heros), .lood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other produce. SIt ROSE BROS., ~_._FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.-..l f CHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Funerals Conducted inlany part of the District, Coaches Supplied ...... TBLSIHON 42, CHELTErNHAt ExcHANo...1 r...
THE MAGNETIC IRON SANDS OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
THE MAGNETI.O IROUN SANDS OF CANiADA Tlhe 'Deiartnont of Mines at Ottawa has roecently published an account of thIle magnetio ron 0ands at Natashkwlan Quebeo, Canada. Thero are several deposits of magnotiu iron sand on thu north shore of the-.Gulf of it. Law renco, beginning at the mouth of tho Portuouf River, opposite Itimouskbi and Father Point, tho piilot and first call point for St. Lawrnuco stealnors pro ceediul west, and streiohing for over 400 nlmil at intervi.ls, eastward along the north hllor.? , 'I'ho only, deposits of real naignitudo as yet discovered +.ro thos at thile mouth of the Great Nat ashkwan Rtiver, 100 miles east of Fattoer Point, Faour miles west of this plies is a good harbour protectod from all Villndls, and with five fathoms of water close in shore. This harbour, whioh is at the mouth of the. Little Natashkwan River, is op(u front May till the middle of Novt',uber, and has a Government wharf anol telegraph station. Thoso fl?cets, especially thtt relating to ...
ODD MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
ODD MENTION. or tig care and loss, 1 e, hawnwgaird turu at oveOnuig sEik ing rest, Suroease of sorrow, and -i refuge . blest, Courage to bear lil'o's cross. Soreno the moon slhines urigat, .The flowers olose tbir totals; anguls keep Their loving vigils o'er Us. and we sleep Safe tthrough the, long, still night. One good job well done boats a doe"sn that are "good enough," Ho is not kind to his ohildion who does all of their work for them. Yesterday must be handled very care fully and.gingerly when we would try to make it fit to-day, Keop an old cap and coat hanging up in the bain to slip on whey you have a dusty job to do. over the beotter olothes with a cloth of some kind while doing this work. There aro just as good people living rn the next farm I.s you will be likely to find anywlhero, Bo noighborly with them,. Soni folks scorn -o think that boys are like post goe:atmps whoegit comes -to dding little jobs arounid home-they necd to be liold to mako them stick. It isn't so always....
THE CHINESE GARDENER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
THIE CHINESE GARDENER. "Australia has decreed that thu (Jhineao mrkeot gardoenu is to die out. Who, thou, will tako his plaecol" This question is asked by the Sydoy "Daily Teole;raph'" which proeecdg to discuss the respeotivo merits of theo white inma and the Chineso in this capaoity. The Aur;tralian, thue "Tolcgraph" thinks, will not be able to coelo "within coo-eo' of the Uhilnman, as regards results in rolatiOn to chelipuiess. 11u lacks the patient devotion to toil which eharac terines the Chiianaimu, 11o will not walk all day, andl a great part of tho evening, with two heavy watoring pots tuspondtld on a polo aorols his shoulders Thu Chinaian is inured to this task by long experience, . and it is in this w\ay thlt he produces theu be:,t vege? tibles., ''Thu j)prinklt, according to C(hiiiis market gardeners, is not to be comptared in its results with the watering pot, and it involves, besides, mluch expouse for wasted water and wear and tear of hose, 'thlen, again, the Clhiuinali...
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 17th March. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
DANDENONG MARKET '. Tuesdy,. 17th March. ]hiry cattle.-A full srply o"f milkers ,rad sprlngers, whi' h met with kenl de r and, and. larlI \\eek' high -ra'eý we'c fully mal taircd eet mnilkers-.fg9 to Io" 1o1. extrn t, £"12, .untl, L7 to I.8 15., tihers from :14 ?Ic. liBest springt'r--T17 ins to Lg, ggod L6 tl 17 Ku. Tihe follow ing were the pr·in i"t lois . -!.-ill:er,. 1Messrs D, J. GOrdin'.r a tn j12, Mr C Bownman 3 to I.tr SRl. 13, wa n 1 : t Irn, 1Ar, C Mc'si,.nr.rl 2 to Lo 2s (d, R I A' 1qU 2 tl Llo, E Ii ?t1nc 3 In I( 151, H 3 aobole 3 t, 1. I2s 6d, fI H Gnrdisur I at I 9 los. N Hurssy 2 to Lo 2+ 6d, WV G Keoys 4 to 19 2s 6d, I'u Mc. llha, 3 to L9, J A Mlick'o 2 1., H 17s 7d. -I A Keo notly t a, 18 '74 Od, F Einsledel 5 to L8 INs. Springers- Metsrs'M B owmarn 3 t ; L9 P ' E.inieo 5 to L.8 I7 6? , I) J Gar dhlet 5 to 18 1~ 6il, J iHantrilton 6 to 1.7 12s 6d, Store and yoi;n, rattle- A m .cer ate iupply andl 1,1 Ic es htitllo easier, 'Store cowS at LA Icl pl ddb s los t' 28s, 1'...
Billiards [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
Billiards The Mordialloc Bowling club has entered a team for the V.B,A tournament, the prize for which is a shield donated by Alcock's, As a prelimiuary a local tournameut has been arranged, Mfr, Peck-has generously given a valuable .trophy for first prize nod Mr. T. Anderson a cue, valued 25s, fcr second, entry fee is Is. acceptance Is Gd,
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
GEN.ERAL NOTES. We.,areo now printing- memnbers' oards for the ohsuing 6eason. : The iu~&g.of styles~ aid colors 'are very oxtenisive, and the priaos reasonable, iiqities promptly enswered. The thirteenth annual meeting of the lCheltonhamn olub was held on Monday last, Mr J. Monk' presiding. The following oflicers were elected President, Mr J. Monk; t'ice-presi dents, Messrs R. Woff, H. R~in., S. RH. Goodman, W. Foreoman, and W. Haynes; hlion, sec, P. Woff ; assis. tant, 11. Penny; treasurer, C. D. Soullin.; delegates to F.F. A,, C, )D. Soulliu and It. Penny; auditors; A. Chandler and F. Judd ;' committee, 1? ielhl, -A Bicl], J Harris, H King and G. Alins.' The total oxpondi. ture for the past year was £18 7s 6c. the credit balance being £8. ,Tho nniual moeeting of. the Men. tone olub was held last Tuesday Mr J. Balding presiding. The finanoial report shonwed a oredit of 44,-,3 of whilch was voted to the cricket olub for the pavillion It wans decided to abulimh the hmpire's ...
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
AGmICULTURAL ITEMS,; '; luiprtfeot drainusge is one of ltho chief ouines of orollard treoo dying, Usually the grower attributesthe loss of his troos to. overy kilnown disonso before giv.ing tho dramnag systom' rea sonable' consiidratlou, it matters not wheuther footrot be, n icotious or not, prevention ,s botter than curoe, and if such sheep as 'iroe lame are removed from the flook, they can be attended to more clfcctually and roadily, and tliohe disease .cured morw quickly tlan if allowed to ruin with'lthi runlinder of the fleck, 1Milk should always be heated in jack oted voessela so that it will not get burned. The. prootico of introducing livd stewm into. milk is a moans oe holating is most objectionabloe.-ldiniant is often carried in the steam fromn the boiler aind where 'owator aoftening com; pounds are used, the milk.will become tainted. Milk has a nmaximum viscosity at'n tomporauturo of 32 dog to t, deg. J. As the temnpeauturo of niilk:tises, its vis cosity d oreases. 'T'he v...
EXCHANGE NO ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
EXCHAIGE NO ROBBERY. iMan 'an'ts but little here hclow wheln his color is brdwl anit ho lives oil at. `uls t O4 island wviloro no tradeur?a come. lint after tlradors arrIIv, ho dqvelops rapidly "all sorts of tullpreccd outed wants. 1eo makes passioinate oneoumulations of boads, Ho yearns 'to soo his brown wife droert her "tapl" piottiodit anld wreath of flower, for the trulmpet litoe of a. prilt in "Turkeoy ed.'." lie fids oxtraol'dinary ploa. suro in twanging tho Jew's harp. Cap tain Sti'aburg, who has an ontortain ing artiolo in the January "Lonei It id"'? do "Trading in the South floas" doeluares that trade. goads arc about themoust:weird colloutllo of goods over brought togother in one ship." It was in 188.1 that ho made his first South Soan::vonturo-at that date, the sinplo islander had not, of course, acquired h'o'- more modern tristo for granmlo phoneso, The trading sohoonor carried, besides irints anid harDps, plonty of hoo .iron "knives of all sorts, toma hawks and.axes, 'T...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
WO EN'S 4NTFREI'1 (By "An •rosino. ") 'rThe averageo 'ronuwivomai, dress in nothing but' ratine or insonme cloah' of the sampn family, known: Under thei nlallo of volours-de.Jahii, or . yelpeou, but tilways tory nnuch thl'saimu thing to look at. She hits it mado: iito a faunny' little tailor-made and trininoed with buttons and. fur. rollar and ouffs, and with it she wears a chiffon blouse ill the ainal colour over ia very ligha-v colorod chiffon lining.; When' it. is coldl site dds a stole and. muff to hier toilette, and 'her but will probibly :lbe in velvet to match the costume. Thus turned out, she will: be. suflioiently '"dressed' -for shopping, visiting in the ordinary way, or for a.'toa in an hotel or tea-rooml, Her shoes will have snhortlit tont-loather vamps and..oloth tops, and her glovel will be either yel low or mastic suede. If quite young, she will.ouar her throat bar, if sheo has passed her first youth she will have a high guimpe," It is considorod far better taste to b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
The National Mutual Life Association A NOTABLE ILLUSTiIAT11d OF THE NON.FORFEITURE PRINCIPLE, A policy was takti oul by Mr 1Wim, J, Edwards, on 1st lucclner, 1881, aund lh paid the prnuninuts roegularly up to 1sl Deceumher, 1887. After that dale he paid ini further prlliums, The ~tlCe adv:anced the unpaid Cemiumls uut of the Surrouder Value, and kept the policy in full folce 1 ,il the death of Mr Edwards on 13th October, 18?1, The pusitlitt of the policy then w\vits- Sumn aissild,, ,,.. ,,. £200 0 Blonuses ailded to I'Policy to date of dcullh . . 2j 6 1) miu and 313 6 0o L4Lt i 'fI ltiLIllt t ltS il [tlcte:l . ,dvatncdt by the Associa. tion out oof the Surt?luldtr Value of lthe policy ... i.1 19 Amount halnld to \ Widow of deie,tied ' ,,, ,,.,, j58 6 o' Although only 6 yeaurs' prcnmiums vwte paid, the policy was kept in lorcoe for 10 years, 'Iho alv,levu irublished as a atliking esinuplo of the benelits o Ibe obtained by ,usull in i l Nationil hMutual ]bile Asso. Sittioun ,,f Austra...
CHELTENHAM v. SUNSHINE. Played at Footscray. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
OI1.IhlT'1''iNHiAM v. SUNSi-INE. Played at ]?ootslay. FT. litrlin, A. Mlartin, It. Wolf, Gruindy' . 21 - Footsormiy . ,-. 31 Onld, nounk, l)?wioi ont. land,.. ,.. ... 20 IFootHorny - 18 V. Woff, P. Woff, Walton, Y. W\'of .. : ... 2 - Footso'ay . ... . 26 ,3 75
"C," Three Rink. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
"C," Thre lRink, PRt.INCE'S 7: It A " CHLEIl';, 1 Played'on tihe I1..C. green. M'Swain, UTownlilld, Soul. lin, Mloorehus ... 24 - Priuou's P'ark ... .. -- 31 R eynolds, Fa'irbankl, TYoIif, l.l:'mmgu 15 Pi iie'nk Park .. `.-''oromiini; eI5 '97,` IThu'hote,1 5S 97
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 21 March 1914
FEDEI.IAI ASSOCIATION. Dolegates umet on Tuesday night' the pr'sidont (Mr A. 1, Mackay) presiding over a full n ttoudniae. Achuowledgemnerds were received front thl Hon. Agar Wynne, M.WH.R., anld AlI' Bnowball, M,.L.A., accepting the porition of patrons, the latter for. warding a cheque for £1 s, . It was decided to meet in future every seonoOd Tuesday in a room at the ie'ar of Gregg's .hotel. Amongst itew? of. general. bnliness, it was agreud that matches should oom menco on 25th April, and that the assooiafion should not affiliato with the V.F.A. Consideralion of vrles wris then proceeded with, and those of last year iowere agreed to, with a few alterations and additions, The prizes waeo fixed as follows :--Senior grade-Firsit 8 8s, second 43.3s ; junior grade-firs. f4 48,.second £? 28. Each club is to provide a. dross 9sig rooma on its own ground. T'he age limit for- juni.nls was fixed at 21 years of age on the 25th Apri, Names of playirs must be repistered by 31st March, and the...