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TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

TO.4IMOROW. 11 a.m., Roy Hugh Jonoe, M A 7-p.m,,-Rov J, II lIowitt, M A

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY C00S RRPOSITORY Mentone Imp'ove the value of your own property by buying locally. Every arcicle at City prices Circulating Llbrary, Latest Books, Lioensed to sell stamps. Telephone, Cheltenham 75. Fo 8Sale, W EDDING Cards, Typed tiroulars Bereavement Cards, artistically printed, prodiptly delivered. "News r flk 8, Oh.ltonham, ' PRIME Suockers and Slips.. GRIFFITII, Argus st, al Moorabbiun rd, Cbelten ham, IIRtEWOOD,--2ft firewood, dry, and T sound, 40s per truck. M. Clemonts, ,'rankstnn. INCIIB3ATORS-1ligheost reaults of any make without exception, Led Sussex Fowl, cstuloguo free Jorgen Anlerson, Mordialloo IAT DUCKS and Roosters, fit for table, Turner, Flinders Street, Cheltenham I UtGGY, suit pony, no further use, bar i, gain. Edmonton, Como Parade, Mentone H ORSE, draught, splendid plough, Saged, best offer Whelan, next 'Tye's stud farm, Lower Dandonong road, Mentone .l ARNESS, secondhand, in goo I order, S u nit pony W 1S Smiley, Mentone...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

CHIJRCII OF ENGLAND. heltenham--l 1a n., Mr (lrmber inl 7 p im, Rev. 0, Crotty Dingley-11,15 mn., Rev, 0, Crotty; 7.15 p.m., Mr Chainborlain Moorabbin-8,15 p.m, Rev. C Crotty Montone-ll a in,, Rev G Kdllyj 7 p.nl., Mr Sibthorpe Moidlalloo - 11 a.m., Mr Wall l 7 p in, Rev 0, Kelly Aspendale, 11 a,m, Chelsea-7.30 p.m. Carrum-3,80 p.m. -Rev. L. R. croker. METHODIST. Moorabbin--ll am,, Rev Fowler 7 pm, Mr Dyson Bentleigh - 11 am, Mr Searle j 7 p,m,, Rev Fowler Cheltenhiam-l1 a.m., Jv Horton) 7 pin., 8 8 Anniversary Mentone--11 aIm,, Mr Phillipsa 7 pm Rev Bridgborn Mordialloo-ll ao,, Rev Bridgborn; 7 pm., Mr 1' Marriott Heatlherton-4 p.m., Rev Fowler; 7 pia<, Mr WoodIs Carrum--3 p.m, Rov lridgborn; j 7p.m., Mr Kerry Chelsea lll-ll a.m., Mr Upton Aspeodale--ll a.,, Snupply 7 p.m., CHURCH OF FCBIT, CHIEIITENHAM. 11 a.m., A. P. Wilion 3 p.m., Bible School 3.15 p m 'ervico at Montono 7 p.m., A. P. Wilson, " The Foutidiug of t;o Cllrh " " ' ".. Y PR? ESBYTIEiIAN. I I Chelte?lham-l ...

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MENTONE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HARVEST FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

MENTONE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HARVEST FESTIVAL To-morrow (29th ihst) special ser vices. Preachers 1 a m -l ev J H Hewitt, M A ; 7 p in-Rev Hugh I Jones. The choir will render several special item.

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TO ALLAY SUSPICION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

TO A?lLAY 8USPIC3 ON, Diner: "Why don't you drive your oat off the twblo?" Waitor,;. "Well, you see, sir, it'. like this, it's saowed rabbit to-day, iaid tho guv'nor says the oustomors like to have the cat In hiovidenco on theso days.?"

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EVOLUTION OF THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

EVOLUTION OF THE HORSE. -.+--4._.a. By the law of compensation Nature is evidently busy re-adjusting nat ters, In these days of humans dr* voloping vegetarian tastes, it is not nurprising to learn that horses, to equalise matters, are suddenly to coming carnivorous. A peaceful country animal who had previ-us y led the simple life and eatisfled hi. appetite on chaff, with an occasional flavour of oats introduced, was left standing in front of a Melbourne ros taurant by his unsuspectirng own r recently. Like all young creatures, the hora? was impressionable, and the tempta tions of city, life allied to the headv whiffa of steak and onions which emanated from the open door, prov ed too much for his serenity, and un hesitatingly he kicked over his cha? box and tramped into the dinin, room. Unfortunately he had reckouo.l fvithout his cart,, which Jammed in the doorway and stopped his entry, j A wild glare of unsatisfied desl;p phone in his eyes, which gave back stare for stare of the ama...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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THE ONE TO BLAME. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

THE ONE TO BLAME. 'The story is told of a well-known liold tolnor, who, when asked to sing at a dinner, although he lhad, no muso with him, wont on to the platform to try . 'io did his best but ho broke down in in tho middlo ani reotired. Io was cheeoored up bytan oldorly man pitting 5Yfoxt to him who tapped him on the shoulder ahd said "Never mind, lad, tha's done.. thy best; hub th' fillor as asked theo to sing Q3vt'o be shob2,

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THE WORLD'S GREAT NAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

THE WORLD'S GREAT NAVIES. c--4-+ The question of the :upkt(p, growth and expansion of. the IBritish Navy is one which vitally iffects Australia, and as the time for the announce ment of the British Naval estimatt: falls due, the Commonwealth shar'es with the rest of the world in the in toerests involved in the answer which firitain makes to 'the enormous ad vance in naval expenditure amongst other nations, Seven years back the naval esti mate of £34,000,000 was regarded as excessive ; to-day sonething over £51,000,000 is the amount which is t') be spent during the forthcom:ng year, The question which agitates states men and thinkers of today, is how in the future it will he possible lo keep pace with such an enorxnous rate of increase, The great console tion that Britishors possess is the knowledge that' our huge navy owel itsbheing entirely to British revcnnu, while 'most foreign countrIrs - Gcr many, for instance-are undergoin a financial draining through havin. had recourse to lo...

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EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL, The most imnportant result is that it makes the soil warmer, A wet soil is cold, chiefly because the water in it is ponstantly evaporating, and evaporation is a, cooling process, To illustrate this: If the bulb of ono thermomoter Is covered with a wot muslin, and the bulb of another similar tlttrmomoter is left uncovered, the wet thermometer may register as much as 15 degrees cooler when both are swung in dry air, This is due to the cooling effect of the evaporation of the water, Moreover, water is a poor conductor of heat; wet soils warm in the sun slowly, because the water they oontai holds down the temperature, There is uunally a dif lorenco of G to 10 degrees between drain. ed and undrained soil in the same field In fact, the temperature of a soil in summor is very largely determined by the amount of water it contains; the wetter it is, the colder it is. 1Warmth is one of the chief essentials for the gor mination and growth of farmn crops; it is t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Moorabbin Co0Operative Society, LIMITED Largest Stores in ;the District, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone, i8 Cholt, Cssh prices lowest in the trade. Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half.yearly... Call and get particulars. Sjest Vhlite Sugar, tad per lb, as C(1 doz Best 15o test Kerosene, Sit- , hight of Age, 3s Iid tin, Best Sago, Tapioca, 2d lb, is 91 doz, Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, 2ad lb, -s 3d do, "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5 , 4s 9d doz. Flour, 251bs paper, 2s 41d, 5olbs 4s gd. 251bs calico, 2s 6d, 5olbs 5s Our own Special Blend Teas, Is, Is 3d, Is 6d Lowest Market Rates for Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, -arley Meal, Peameal. lranning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshire Heros), Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other produce. ROSE BROS., J__ FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.,.. OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Funerals Conducted injany part of the District. Coaches Supplied ...... TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENHAM EXCHANOGE.,.,. REYNOLDS BROS NEW LIST BLO...

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PIGS IN PASTURE AND SOILING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

PIGS IN PASTURE AND SOILING. A pig farmer resolved to koop his pigs In thoe most approved and econ omical way will provide jroon food early in the year, Some highly rated pasture plants are not available before warm weather, although they may then be the chief resource for grazing; there fore earlier substitutes should bo pro vided. It is well to allot the land and provide it the season before it is wanted. Couoh grass and lucerne are naturally among the best for early pasture. J1ucerne is roady for foeed ing early and late, if one has land near the homestead suitable for it. Rye corn (sown early in the autumn) makes excellent food for pigs and all other stock in the early spring. For a quick growing crop sown in the spring, rape will generally be accorded first plaeo, as pigs may be turned into it when it is a foot high, which will be within a few wooks from sowing, A mixed crop may be used to good ad vantago for early pasture, via., a sow ing of equal parts of whoat1 oats and barl...

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HOMELY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

HOMELY HINTS. joined the now Don't Worry, Club, And now I hold my breath m so Qcared for fear I'll worry, That I'm worried 'nmost to death I The kind of elastio ourrency that is eoedd is one that will stretch far nough to make both ends meoot. Always keop a cover on things that to boiling, because then the steam ,n't all escape and the things will ok much faster. A little grated cheese beaten through he mashed potatoos--the way they ook them somotimeos in Italy--makes .pleasant ch mgoe. ,Write your name on the inside cover your books, instead of on the fly af, which may be easily torn ut, then aned boooks will usually find their ay home. If you havo a dark collar, paint the west stop wvhitb, thereby preventing ishaps, and also doing away with cling for the last stop. wvhon you go oStocking tops are oxculledit for lin nig the ~.ats, jinees and olbows of small 'rys clothes. Being elastic, the'y, ad as t themselves smoothly, and are hrong without being heavy. A smnsll but exoellont oin...

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PRAYERS OF THE HORSE TO HIS MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

PRAYERSI OF THF2 HORSE TO HIIP . MASTIR. To Thee, ' My Master, I offer my prayer ; Feed me, water me, and care for me, when the day's work is done provide me with shelter, a clean, dry lied, and a stall wide enough for me to lie down in comfort. Always be kind to me. Talk to me, Your voice often means as much ,to me as the rlins. Pet mti sometimes, that I may Aerve you the more glad. ly and learn to love you, Do not ;vrk the reins, and do not whip me when going up hill. Never strike, beat or kick me when I do not understand what you want, but glve me a chance to understana you, Watch me, and II I fail to do your bidding, sec ii something is not wrong with my har. .noss or feet. Do not check me so that I cannot have the free use of my head. If you insist that I wear blinkers so that I cannot see behind me as it was in1 tended I should, I pray you be care, ful that the blinkers stand well out from my eyes, Do not overload ms, or hitch me where water will drip on me. Kooel me well shod...

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CITY MEN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

CITY MEN ON THE LAND. "Hopo springs oternal in the human broeab; Mlan never is, but always to be blest," 'Theso words of the poet, Aloxander Pope, come to aiy mind whenever I see a country family moving to luwn or a city family coming to tire coun try (writes Farmer Bliggle Such mig rations are taking place with.inoroas ing frequency in overy community, and in few instances is either party fitted for tho radical change in envir onment. Knowing more abou't the trials, hopes and fadlures of city poo plo in the country than of the strug phase 'of this great problem of disco.s shall confine myself mainly to that gles of country people in the city, I tent, though there is much that may be said on both sideis. We see on every haud city-bred mlon who have hoard the enticing call of the open, struggling, sometines hopefully but more often despairingly, withi hard problems for the solvizig of which they have had no preparation, and our hearts go out to them,' even though their efforts to wre...

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THE POULTRY FARM. CLEAN EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

THE POULTRY FARM. CLEAN F0UG(S. In order to hlve clean eggs it ii nccessars to have clean nests,. Nest; Hhould he lined with clean straw. We have tried various kinds of nests, in cluding several patent sanitary nests and have yet to find one that is eollf cleaning, After years of experiment ing along this line we have at last. come to what I cill a solution of the problem, We are now using wire screen bottom nests entirely, anRi they are giving perfect satisfnctlon; Not only are they self-dleanipg . hlit they are also better in the respect that eggs do not get nearly so east. ly broken in them, We use one-fourth-inch galvanised wire screening, and tac't it on to the bottom of the nests where the hoard4 ordinarily go, These wire-bottom nests also make it much easier to keep the nests free from lice or mites. To our way of thinking it is by ?iar the very best nest" for laying hens, For sitting hens we do not recom mend it because the eggs in it 'o?hpo rate'too much. Gather the eggs of...

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SANDRINGHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

A very suoeessful fete was bold at "Elenara," Viotoria street, last"Sat urday, in aid of the central orgaui. ing funds of the Women's National 'to~gue;'.:The garden, and grounds were kindly lent for tihe occasion by Mr and Mrs Gatehouse,. Mrs.Arthur Robinson, in opening- the feto, ex pressed regret for the absence of Mrs F. S. Hughes, oingi to the death of her nephew,-.. Mr Reginald Clarke, In earnest and eloquent words Mrs Robinson urged all members to be up and doing; to be roeadly for any omergency. Several well appointed stalls Attractod many buyers, and after ;;aying all expenses the sum of 426 was realised. The annual swimming competitions in conneotion with:the State sohool were held at the local baths on Wed nihsday last. The head tepohker, Mr Gillespie had a good staff of volun. tary assistants to help in carrying out the details, more ospboially the eshool committee, Mesdamnes Warner and Gravonall, Meosrs MoGuigan and Diokason. The following are the first prio takers in al...

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MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

MORDIALLOC. The 1914 carnival onimittee held a meeting on Wednesday night in the Meohanics' Institute, Or D White, who occupied the chair, complained bitterly of the poor attendance (only nine persons) and questioned the advisability of proceeding with the carnival in the face of such poor support. It was a public matter; the ground they proposed to fence was vested in trustees., They held L23 in hand to begin with, and it was very dishearteoning to find such Uttle interest displayed. It was a ease of only the same faithful few all' the time, Mr Maoartnoy agreed, and said that at these meetings in other years they had numllpre of enthuelastio people present. Mr C. Caudwell moved and Mr J M Gil. mour seconded that this meeting stand adjourned for a mnoath, and that owing to lack of interest shown by the public, the few here present decide not ti run a carnival tlils year unless they haye a much larger. attendand"th?t'night four weeks,. It wao'uitalimonsly decided that the tfeder'of t...

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A Burnt Cottage OCCUPANTS NEED ASSISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

A Burnt Cottage OOCUPANTS NEND ASSISTANCIE'. We feel sure that public attention needs only to be drawn to those in distressed oironmstances. and prompt relief will be granted. A short time ago a fire devastated the country in portion of Centre Dandenong-road, and in the course of the travels of the rushing flames, completely des troyed a cottage near the junotion of the five roads, wherein resided Mr ,and Mrs, Mazoy, with ,four' little children. Their dwelling, was burned, and the-?vhole of its contents. The parents .didinot .parade the loss sustained, but with remarkable forti tudo, made a rough shelter of the burnt iron, wherein they have "lived" ever.since, sleeping on the herd groqnd, with very little to cover them, cooking as best they oould under the difonult oireom stances, and ;making the most of the few materials they were able to pur chase. Mrs M'Coll discovered. the sorrowful plight of the unfor tunate family,' and assisted them to the best of her ability; Later Mr M'Coll...

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Bentleigh [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Bentleigh A public meeting was held last Monday to further consider the subject of obtaining a recreation reserve. About £300, it-was stated, would be required to start the aro ject. Fourteen collectors were ap. pointed, and' a good response has. already been made. The A.O.F. held an indoor sports meeting on Tuesday last, which 'was largely attended. In'tho inter. lodge tag-of-war, the local team won, defeating Brighton. Refresh ments, musical items and dancing completed an enjoyable evening's programme. The local crioket club, termed Ellindale, has gone through the season without a defeat, or will at the conclusion of to-day's matob, the position of their opponents be lug hopeless, They thus secure the Brighton District trophy. Mr I,. Sutherland, 53, station master at Cauterbury railway statio-i was found dead in his house in Maling road, Canterbury, on Fri day morning. Portion of his head was blown' away, and a double bar'elled shotglin was lying beside him. Shortly before 11. o'c...

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MANURING GRASS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

MANURING GRASS' LANDS, A crop of 1~ tons of meadow hay per noro contains on the avoralge 401b Iitro go il b, potash, and 12llb phosphoric acid. The question of , appropriate manuring of grass lauls is complicated by the questions as to whether it is intonded for permanost pasture, or to be out for hay; and whothor grass and olover is to predominateo, t may be e.ated generally, that the proportion for clover is ihoroased by the application of manures containintr potash and phos phorio acid, and diminished by the ap plication of nitrogoenous manures. Too heavy manuring of any kind, espeolally nitrogonous, tends to the growth of coarse grass. Manures oontaia.ag lime such as plaster, also promote t1o growth of clovers, For grass the best results wore obtained by Laws and Gil bert in England by the application of mineral (sup erphosphato and kainit), together with sulphate of ammonia. Heavy grass crops wore obtained, to the almost total exclusion of clover. To promote the growth of clove...

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