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CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914
CIELTENHAM &nbsp; The idea of popularising the local band by holding a social eventuated on Thursday night at the Mechanics' hall. The function was a great suc- cess, both as regards attendance and enthusiasm. A formal chairman was not appointed, but the president, Mr F. T. LePage, actoe as director of ceremonies. The band played several selections and many musical items were rendered by several friends. During the proceedings, Mr LePage made an appeal for hon- orary members to subscribe three- pence per week to which thirty- three persons responded, and 17s 6d donated in cash. &nbsp; The Methodist Sunday school an- niversary takes place to-morrow, when Rev. R. A. Taylor preaches at three services. The celebrations will be continued on Wednesday, when a tea and public meeting will be held at the Cheltenham Hall. Mr C. H. Fairbank has completely taken over the business of W. Thompson and Co. It is the pro- &nbsp; prietors' intention to continue under the old t...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
WO-uN'S ' I TERIN 5TS (Dy- "hAmbrosin,"') One of the latest hat models takes the form ol a perfcictly liat plateau, This is first b:uLt dowdwa'dr, to envelop the orownt of the head, and is thou allowed to spring upwa irds, like ai inverted blower-basket, while it proves more.bo coming to a young and pretty face, The mode:l ct:nI, hOwever, hardly be characterised as liat ans the Dolly Var don or coolie plateau, whil'h as' hieved such popu!arity in their time. A plen tiful amount of trimming massed on the crown gives a fictitious height, the surface being covered with inuumerable bows of silk or satin ribbon, or with olumnps f ntcn'ral-looking flowers. An other Spiring faihliiou which will make its appearanitce is that of the toque entirely comlposed of flowers. These chlarming hats, massed with roses or, peonies, with crocuses, hyacinths, and with pansies and unemones, have a lovely tipplearanoo, with the brilliaiit bluo Mtldittriranuan as a setting. In the case of .a Iprosiy toque, ...
THE HIRED HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
THE HIRED HAND. Oh, winter has it§ joys anud charms, as I romarked beforo; wo do not hoed tho storm's alarms, its fury or its roar, when by tho fire we sit and drowse, and suck an applo's stem; but oh, the man who milks the eowi. at 5 o'clook A. M.I The hired hand loaves his cheeoorful couch before the roostor crowsi what wonder that he has a girouch as ho puts on his clothes? Tllohey're coldor than the law allows, withtl ioo along each honm; and ho must go lind milk thoe cows at 6 o'clock A, Ml. Downi to'the arctic barn he goes, and packs his frosted pail; and Bossy biffs him on the nose with hler long frozon tail; his languago would the dead arouse-cach cuss-word is a goem; I weep for him who milks the oows at 5 o'clock A. M. Talk not of hardship or of woo, yo who at ease re cline, till yoe havo sat, in sleet and snow, to milk thoe spotted kinol When old 1Kiný Wintor doth earouse with ice work diadem, shed tears for him who milks tho cows at 5 o'elook, A, .M. -Wal. Masou,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
Herr Karl FOLLER, and Frau Ledwina FOLLER, $ilN(ING, GERMAN and FRENCl' IANUUAiGES, Ar ALLAN'B, CVLIlINS S[TR EiT, CITY, AND MENTONE. Harold. C, Price, SOLICITOR, Mentone Parade, Mentone, Commissioner of the Supremn Cuurl for taking Affidavits,. ... TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. ..... MR. CHAS, RATTRAY DENTIbT PDc;tistry in all, its I'ranucieci arefully d promptly carried out, Town Address: 131 Collins.street Telenhone 3177, Local Address: Charman Road Ohel ,nham r HOURS- Evenings-?' till 8 Wednoesdays and Saturdays- 2 till 6 Fhomas Backhouse, - LL,., - BARRISTER ana SOLIOITOR, Commercial Bank Chambers,, 880 COLLINb ST., MELBOURI.NE. and at Carrum and Chelsea, .Attends Chultenham Court by appointment Commissioner of the Supreme,Court for iLking affidavits. Tel. 4087, Cent H, FOREMAN DRAPER, CHARMAN ROAD,' CHELTERNHAM Special Value in Men's Mlercery. Call To.day. Mr 'Reginald Greene Darrlsta; -and Solioitor, of Bairs dlde, Commissioner of the High Court of * Australia, has purchased the prac...
DANDENONG MARKET. REPORTS. Tuesday, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
DANDENONG MARKET. REPORTS. Tuesday, March 31. A full supply of milkers and springers and atore cattle yarded. Milkers-A few good cows met With keen competition makiug up to A£13 2s 6d, medium cows were easier some of the prinoipal lots os follows. P. i at ,413 2s 6d, H. Taylor 1 at £12 10, O. Melgnard I at £11 5s, F. Einsiodel 4 to £10 10s, J.Weot 3 to £9 15s, W, G. Keys 1 at Z9 1'5, J. HIommings 2 to £D9 17s 6d, J. Kano 1 at £8 015s, I, Corrigan 3 to £9 7s 6d, C. Rossitor 1 at £10; and drafts, various others from £6 10s, to £8 10s, Springers-Good cowa sold at late high rates, I, Hoosley 6 to £8 15s, M. O'Connor 2 to £8, J. MoFatland 8 to £8 2s Gd. D, Brown 16 to £7 2s .td; fleshy cows in demand at high prices, and stores and young cattle at late rates. Pigs-Heavy to £5, light bacon to 54s, porkers 30s to 40s, suckers 12s to 17s,
Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
Bowls. ' The Moorrbbin distriot trophy matches, will be commenced to-day on the Mordialloc green at 2 p.m,, and will be continued on the 18th inst. There is to be three rinks from each club in the shire, 15 ends, entry fee los 6d per club; first prize 42 2s, Mr J. Macartney will offic'ate as umpire. Both Mordialloc and Cheltenham clubs are visiting Ballarat at Easter. A fine series of matches has been arranged and an electric light tour nament takes places at night. Bal larat bowlers are noted for their hospitality, A good time is there fore in store for looal trundlers. The teams leave on Thursday, the matches extending over the Friday, Saturday and Monday. The following are the averages of the Cheltenham skippers for the past season: Name Matches Points Points Played for agst. Grundy ., 11 253 239 Woff ... 12 363 221 Pentland ,, 11 225 ' 235 Le Page ... 9 22t 207 Barnett ... 11 268 236 Moorhouse 11 275 248
MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
.MENTONE The pupils of the Mentone High school maintained their usual high standard during 1913.. S. K. Druitt passed the junior public examinae tion in English history, geography, arithmetio, algebra, lausio, French, taking a distinction in the latter. A. M. Correll also succeeded in passing in these subjects and in geometry, taking distinction in algebra. This was speoially praiseworthy for a girl 14 years old, Doris Brown and Nannie Mason passed Grade vi, University music exam; Dorothy Caudwell obtained second prize amongst Miss Finley's drawing classes, Kathleen Sibthorpe was second in the secondary school ýorip. ture, the examination being con ducted by Rev W. Cooling. SOf former pupils Miss Annie Hop croft has secured a Queen's College entrance exhibition and gained second place in the class lists in Botany and seuior honors in physiology, Mies Marie Newton', who is now on the staff of the school, has gained a first class I T 0 certificate, The results as above, reflect great ...
LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS' Caulfield-Moorabbin. "A Grade." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
LAST SATURDAY'S RESU[.TS' OCaufield.Moorabbiu. " A Grade," St, George's 202, boat Eadst Caul. field 121 and. four for 47 by 81 runs on the lirst innings, Oakloigh 113 and none for. 59 beat Murrnmbeeona 105 and 57 by ten wiokets and 10 runs. "1" Grade. Olenhuntly 150 boat East Caulliold (one manl short) 52 and .41 (three men short) by an innings and 57 runs Elast Malvern Proesbyterians 142 and two for 126, boat Mentono. 126 (Soudds 35, Rogors 31, Smith 32, Delves 15, by 16 runs on the first innings. , McKinuou, 50 and 124, v Carnegie 35, and two for 20. MoKinnon won by. 24 on the first innings. Malvern l)istrict 163 and 7 for 267 beat Oakloigh 158. Brighton Distriot, First Grade. Highelt, 339 v. Hampton, three for 99. Match drawn. Sandringham, 129 beat A.N.A., 118 and 61, by 11 runs,. Plyd Won Iost Dr Poe Pt? pts sod "A" Grade East Caulfield 12 9- 2 1 24 19 Bt. George's 12 9 2 1 24 19 Oakloigh 12 8 4 0 24 16 Malvern Diet 9 4 5 0" 18 8 Murrunmbeons 12 3 0 0 24 6 "B" uracdo Glonhnltly ...
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
MORDIALLOC. The district band is fast becoming an institution. On a recent Sun day they gave an open-air concert, which was largely attended, and at which they gave a goo l account of themselves. On Wednesday, a concert was held at the Mechanics' institute, when there was a crowd. ed audience. Tihe popular items of M[r Ien Pedler and Miss Patterson received great applause, the songs i being illustrated by some good slides. Miss Gladys Robertson was heard to good effect in her solos, at any rate by those who can appre ciate high-class music, but a few who were present apparently pr. ferred " Ragtime" classics, judg ing by the way in which her items were received by a few of the noisy. element. An orchestra, four instru ments, local, performed some ex cellent items,. whilst- Moti Roberto's sleight of hand was clever and interesting. The baud's selections were quite up to expectations. A very pretty wedding was cele brated on the 14th inst. at the Presbyterian church, the contracting p...
CRICKET CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
CRICKET CAUlIFIELD.MOORABBIN ASSOOATION, The usual. fortnightly meeting of dologates was hold' on.: Wiedosday last, Arrangements were completed for the play-off between Eant Caul field and St. Georgeo's to decide the premiership of the A grade. Great intorest is being taken ini the matoh, as they have met eaoh other three times this season, the first matoh being unfiuished, Iwas deolared a draw, and the two remaining mat cites have boon divided with one win each, Messrs G. McGill and D. H. Fox will aot as umpires, The matoh will be commenced to.day on the Elliudale Cricket Ground at MoKiunon, and is to be played to a unish, Earlier in the season the matoh betweeoon MoKinnon and East Malvern Pro?byterians, which was to have boon played at Malvorn Park did not plaeo owing to a Honior olub having ocoupiod the wicket in the days sot apart for this match, oonso quontly the match will be played on the 4th and 18th lust. A win for MolKinnon will dooido the premior. ship of "13" grade. The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
Moorabbin Co3Operative Society, LIMITED Largest Stores in the District, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone, 18 Chelt, Gash prices lowest in the trade. Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half-yearly. Call and get particulars. best White Sugar, 29d per Ib, 2s 63 doz Best zIo test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 35s id tin, Best Sago, Tapioca, 2d lb, is gd doz, Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, aid lb, 25 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s 9d doz, Flour, 251be paper, as 41d, 5olbs 45 9d. 25lbs calico, as 6d, 5olb5 5s Our own Special Blend Teas, is, is 3d, Is 6d Lowest Market Rates for Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Maize, Barley Meal, Peameal, lranning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshire Heros), Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other producb... ROSE BROS., E.:l-'F; URNISHING UNDERTAKERS.5 OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM. Funerals Conducted inlany part of the District. • Coaches Supplied ...... TELEPHONI 42, CHIELTENnAM ExcHANGE?..... REYNOLDS BROS NEW ILIST B...
Dandenong Shire Council Monday, 30th March. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
Dandenong Shire Council Monday, 30th March. The ordinary meeting of the'above was held at the town hall last Mon day, all the councillors being. pre sent with the exception of Cr Abbott. An extraordinary number of letters were considered-57 in all. These, interwoven as they were with two deputations, caused the business to be delayed until a fairly late hour. At the outset, the President (Cr E. Harriss) extended a cordial welcome to Cr R A Colen so upon his election as one of the representatives for the South riding, to which the new councillor made an appropriate response. CORIRESPONDENCE. From Chief Inspector of Fisher ies, re stocking Dandenoug creek with fish.-Received.. From Board of Health re oircular letter, requesting council to exercise strict supervision over fithmnongers' shops and hawkers' barrows, with a view to prevent sale of unsound fish to the public,-Rleferred to Inspec tor. From sam, circular letter re cleansing of drinking glasses, ice cream glasses, spoons, etc....
The Peninsula Water Scheme. REPORT ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
The Peninsula Water Scheme. REPORT ADOPTED./ The conference of delegates from the various municipalities met on Thursday last. There was a full attendance, including Ors (roves, Rain and Colenso, A letter was received from the Minister of Home Affairs, wherein he agreed to pay £150 towards cost of investigation. Fern Tree Gully shire desired to withdraw from the conference as they considered no benefit would be gained by them from the scheme. The engineer's report and com mittee's recommendations were re ceived )and adopted with slight alteratio s. The rates would now be--Dan t nong 1s 6d in the 21; Frankt&. and Hastings 2s, Mor nln.gron 2s, Naval Base is 6d per 1000 gallons. On the motion of Crs Rain and Bates it was resolved that the re port be sent to the State Rivers and Water Supply commission for con sideration with a recquest that it be dealt with as urgent, It was also decided to send a copy to the De partment of Home Affairs, and on the motion of Crs Grifliths and M...
State of the Tides [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
State of the Tides Hiigh tide for the ensuing week will be as followsl - 8unday ,,, 8.24 ,, 8.47 Monday ,., 9.11 .,, 9.35 Tuesday ,,.101 , 10,28 Wednesday .,, 10.58 ,, 11 27 Thursday "... 11,54 .,, - Friday ... 12.40 ,, 12 Saturday ... 1.52 ... 2,27 Low tide can be osthmanted at about half way between the times mentioned on any one day, Boreavement The Newa. --"Ti not tn mortals to comnmand success, "Unt we lldo more, ~,oipronlut , we II deserve It' SATURDAY. APRIL 4, 1914,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. Every article at City prices Circulating Library. Latest Books, Lioensed to sell stamps, Telephone, Cheltenham 75. Agent for all the best makes of Planos. Expert advice, . For Sale. TEDDING Cards, Tyiped ()irulaili, Bereavement Cards, artitistilly printed,. promptly , delivered, "News" Office, Choltonham. PRIME Suckers and Slips, GRIFFITH, h Argua at, and Mloorabbiurd, Chelten. ham, FIREWOOD,--1t firewood, dry, and sound, 40s per truck, N, Clements, Frankston, H ORSE, staunch, reliable, must sell, no room. C. Chapman, fruiterer, Chnrmau road,. Cheltenham. 'COW, calved week, fourteen quarts, 'C ,"S ayflower," Ilighett road, close station. PTANO. Owner leaving district, A, P Fraser, Aspondale. Valuable DUCK MANURE For Sale, very cheap, large quantity, Regular supply. Australian Incubating Farm Mentone Situatlons Wanted ,AN, useful, horse, garden, milk, NI modera...
To Householders. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
To Householders.-Attention is diroated to the advt of Richards and Co,. Bourke street, oity, who advertise special values in fu :niture Poultiy---Mr J. Anderson advertises the "Perfeot' incubators for salo, also the Roed Sussex fowls IHe has a very flue poultry farm at Mordialloo, containing it mar vellous stock of prize birds Rogoer and Hodgkinson announce having for saleo a large supply of valuable duck manure Mordialloo Golf Club-Jl'ho recent rains have had such a benoficial elfeat on the groeens thllt the conunittee has decided to formally open the season on Easter Mon day There will be a competition for trophy presented by Mr C \V Chapman, an eouthuslastio member of the Royd i Mol. bourne, The mon will play over an 18. hole course, whilst the ladies will play a nine hole course, The Mazey Case --The respouse to our appeal made in last week's "News" on behalf of the unfortunate personsaswo we e burnt out some weeks ago botweatu Mor dialloo and Iloathert3n has boon partiun larly ...
CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
CARRUM At a meeting of the Recreation reserve committee, held on Tuesday night at the Beehive store, the foot ball club committee made an applioa ionli for the use of the ground for their matches. After some discus sion as to terms, it was resolved on the motion of Messal W. McLean aad H Rigby that the club be invited to do such work as would complete the ground for playing on, work to be valued according to current rates, and credited to the club in connection with use of grouud., The club agreed to this proposal, and intends to start olearing and levelling as soon as possible. The establishment of a monthly market locally, some months ago, has not been as successful as it should have been, The auctioneers con coerned (Joseph Clarke and Co) are to be commended upon their enter prise, but residents cannot be con gratulated upon the liberality of their support. Stook and goods for sale have been of a meagre character, many farmers preferring to take their goods to other markets, This...
CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
CHELSEA A very suooessful euchre party and dance organised by Mesdames Smith, Soatohard, Howard, and Bennett, and conducted by Mr James, in aid of the Fire Brigade bazaar, to be held in Easter week, was held at Brook's tea rooms, Frankston road, on Tuesday evening last. The lady's prize, a handsome teapot, donated by Mrs Bennett, was won by bliss :'It? nedy, The gentleman's roe-, a meersohaum pipe donuaf d'by Mr F. E. Howard was wo:.b? Mr Garris. The booby pri. °,, a silver pen don. ated by Mr },4. Howard, was won by Mrs t onts, The A?l?ine, organised by Mrs ,White and Meosrs Morris and Man. s non, and held on the 31st January in aid of the Fire Relief Fund, roealised £3 1s 6d. Last Friday, about 80 persons gathered together for the purpose of saying good'bye to Mrs J. Burleigh, who is leaving the distriot. During the course of the evening a presenta tion was made to the lady mentioned of a handsome oak clock. Many ex oellent musical items wore contri buted by friends, and were much...
Federal Politics. ADDRESS BY MR J. THOMAS M.H.R. AT MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914
Federal Politics. ADDRESS BY IMR J. THOMAS M.H.R, AT MORDIALIOC, Last Saturday night, a meeting was held at the Mordialloo Mechanics Institute, which was fairly well at. tended. Mir R .Sillitoe presided. SMr Thomas, who was well received said he was pleased to have an oppor. tunity of saying a few words on be. half of the Labor cause at Mor. dialloo. It was no use whining about the result of the last general election. By zeal they should try, to turn a temporary defeat into a laFting victory.. (Hear, hear.) The Prime Minister, Mr Cook, had made the statement that the Labor party was making the present Parliament unworkable, He (Mr Thomas) did not believe Parliament to be noeces. sarily unworkable on account' of the state of parties The Government had declared that it believed in the vigprous develgpment of the Nor ,thern Territory. There was q'ito a sufficient number of members, of the Opposition who desired to see vigor ons development of the Northern Territory, and who wouldjbo pr...