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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

ASPENDALE, A complaint has been made to the Spostal authorities that the local post office is closed on Wednesday after. noons. Residents, however, are readily signing a petition upholding the present arrangements of closing Wednesday and opening Saturday afternoon, Residents are reminded of the open-air concert, to be held at the racecourse on Eastor Saturday, A very fine programme is to be sub. mitted. The monthly meeting of the Pro gress Association takes place to. night. A special item of business will be an address by Cr Rain on "l\rater Supply." Reports regarding the last meeting of the Dandenong council and the sanitary contract will be found on our third page. A meeting of property owners in Hyde Park was held at the resideucb of Mr R. W, Wilton on Saturday evening last, to discuss and devise ways and means of providing loot paths. Mr'Wilton presided, and the following were present :-Cr W. Rain, Rev, L. H. H. Croker, Messrs J. C. B, Lindsay, H. I1, Eastwood, C, F. Bishop, T....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

Enamel Sauce pans A SP}LENDID SEIEC'TlON Speoially marked below oiby prioo. Judge Brand (Stevens) THOMPSON & CO. Anglo Enamel Co, (CHAS. H. k'AIRBANK) Blackmann's (Grey) NEPEAN ROAD, THE BEST o CHELTENHAM THE BEST ~,ohone (414 Clt. Electricity! The gates of the whole 'world are open to the electlcian. He will go whoero e r1,l. iHe will get what ho wants ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY The world's moving power £1.000,000 to be spent in electrifying the railways. Jot this down. The man with olectricity in his head has whot he likes in his pocket. Out terms are so reasonable that the poorest man can become an eleotrician Go now, right away. Write away for particulare and find out bow to become a euccessfu electrician. F. S. Beckwith, F.I.PS,, Eng., Principal 165 Collis ,Street, Melbourne Miss I; Muriel Robinson Certificatod, Trinity College, Music, London; Matric. Cert. of London University Visits or receives pupilh for Piano. forte, Theory, Harmony, At Orderly Rooms, Polnt Nepean Road...

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SIMPLE DISHES FOR BACHELOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

SlTMPLE DISHES FOR BAVHBLOR GIRL., This. wek p?s given, a niumber of dainty httle recipes which will mako. a spe:cial appeal to the bachelor girl, and will at the same timo be found equally useful by our readers in general, Among them will be found dishes ,vaidc are suitable for breaklast or supper, thd can be prepared in a very short time with the minimum amount of trouble, Tineo is a very great con sideration, especially to the bachelor girl who lha a train to catohll in order to get to busines?, , The facilitioe for preparlmg thlse dishes have not bein overlooked, and no elaborato equipment is nece~sssary--a gas-ring or an oil-stove boing in most cases all that is requir ed. lu\lminiumn cooking utensils are strongly recommended, as they are luclL more elisily kept clean. It is .surprisiig, what appetising little meals can be prepared at a small cost,'and it is hoped tihts all girls who have to Suidly ocuilolny, andm who have hitherto been In the habit of buying sonmtthing for bre...

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A COLD IN THE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

A COLD IN THE HEAD. We often hear of a cold "going I through the house," and many pcople nrl conilont to tako no stops to check its progreca. Thoy soo ono victim at tor another succumb to thu infection, and calmly await their own turn. An ordinary vold in thoe head is an infoec tious fovor just as dipthoria is, though fortunately much loss ~svoro, and as a rule unattended by any complications. Its causo is not, as wa\\ formerly sup posed, exposure to fresh air, or rain, or fog, for workr8~ in mountain observa tories are oiften exposed to such condi tions without any ill offoots, Tho on oiny is really a'microbo, or rather \asi ous mictrobes, for while diphtheria, for exaluple, is always caused by. ono spc oial gorm, a cold may be brought about by many germs totally difforoent from ouch other. There are predisposing causi's in tho caso of cortain individuals who tako cold more easily than others. It would bo well for suoh peoplo to try »nd track their frcquont colds to the real souroa...

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ONLY LACKED MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

ONLY LAOKEDI) MATERIAL. Elizaboth's father rani taking her fdr her firat wadh in her now home in U mountainous saetion. Hoe said: "Just thiniks Elizfbeth, Ood made, all these boantiful miiiniuu; isn'tf it wonder fill P" 'Lli'/ftlth ivho wae aged fiv ej prompt %y olidj'111 I 1 ould, too, it I

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

4 SI ftAI S'1ORY BY ANNABEL GIIAY. CHAPTER IX. ANUtIu'1iElt APPEAL. "01 To-day--and the day to coum after.'' Everything upparently wont on "vel. -vet" at the Lodgo. Leonard was taqitly reconoilud with Leoore, and her inmagisautivo faculties wore such that shOe pictited the inneor state of his mind with the satisfnctoby glow that youth throws over a belovod one's thoughts. Tlus vainly rosisted love had conqgiur. ed her and yet .there .were tmes whou shq wished she had never "voiuo to Myrtle Lodge, but had married Philip out of hand, and grown used to cook. ing, baking, and scrubbing, as a poor mlault's ,wifeo, She might have slumbered on thenllin utter ignoranoo of pausion's (ollritim, atnd acepted thie tender friendship o, marriage with Philip as1 the, best thiug known to her, But Pronperine, faithful and i'eart wrecked, had no power to rotraos her steps, Wearinesdeprsprosion, a vague terror of oonseqOjuenoos, formed the I re sent state of Lenoro's emotionis, as wihly beauty ane--an...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

Football. We shall be pleased to receive brief reports from secretaries or the appointed press correspondents of any club. En- velopes will be supplied free, upon appli- cation. Copy can then be sent per rail, free of charge. Delegates met as usual last Tues- day at Moorabbin, Mr A. D. Mackay presiding. The following umpires submitted applications for the season ; thay are to be given a trial in practice matches if possible, and to attend at the next meeting of the Association. Messrs Andrewartha, Jenkins, Drew, Thorne, Connell, Skeehan, Mckinnon, Hyland, Riach, Nathan, Lane, Mattrick, Heagney, and Powell. Fifteen teams have entered for the competition. Seniors- Moor- abbin, Heatherton, Cheltenham, Mentone, Middle Brighton, Caul- field District, Moorabbin Park, Black Rock and Sandringham, Carrum. Juniors - Mordialloc, Cheltenham, Elsternwick, Camb- den Town, Glenhuntly, and Garden vale. A discussion took place as to which ground the final matches should be played on. Resolutions as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

BOOTS Latest Style and Quality. IMarshall's Latest Ox-blood Bals, 21s Wallaby Bals, bogo' toes, 15s 6d Glazed Kid Bals, 18 6d. . Box Calf, 18s Woman's Ox-blood Shoes, 14s 8d Woman's Court Shoes, Kismets, 14s 6d J. M. GILMOUR, BOO TS ANDI MORDIALLO . Phone, 41 Chelt, Coachbuilder and General Blacksmith - LORRIES A SPECIALITY foTHINQG BETT[R ON WH1EELS :FI 549-51 Church Street, Richmond P!hones Windsor 2447 "There's JuOst a Drnk" I RILSL' 10 MORDIALLOC O HOTEL Teleph,5ne, 12 Chelt, r , Te1 P hnle 6, ocl xcha b o' In k!!t You'll think "t, tool k"B8TTIF` Mr AkSON, T e ,,lunoe !'r2 ,I, CiEN\ O NS\ , t0,1 , Railwa8,la - Te-h~ 66,I=~1~;1I~~, t_,oc-il F-xcha i re 'ý 'I . ?, , Y " F. :· d. ·e'?on, Mouse a?id Lstate Agea, SChelt ordialloc ..·??rI ~ . i!on 1 ;;cr;i , Cheltenhat iHiairdessing Saloon C. E. BENNETT Noted for cleanliness. Itobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Cigars, etc., at City prices. SRaiori~ ground nd at, Aspendale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval pp site Edithvale Road Crossing. NE...

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CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

CHELTENHAM The brass band, which was   recently revived, gives promise of a being an active and usefal institution.     Those at the head of affairs, are full   of enthusiasm, and the ladies are   prepared to offer good assistance.   Many persons have enrolled as hon-   orary members, and have under- taken to contribute threepence per   week, This fund will supply a cer-   tain financial guarantee, and meet weekly expenses. Mr Ibenthal has   volunteered his services as conductor   for the time being. Members are   now practising assiduously, and we venture the opinion that, with the   splendid, talent available, and the   practical support of residents, a good   local band will result at a very early   date. Mr W. F. Slack has been appointed   to the position of org...

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Dandenong South Riding THE SANITARY CONTRACT [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

Dandenong South Riding THE SANITARY CONTRACT At the ordinary meeting of the Dandenong Shire Council, hold on Monday last, the sanitary inspector for the South riding (Mr B. Shelley) reported as follows: " I have the honor to report on the reports received from the Board of Health at your last meeting ; also on the carrying out of the work since the last meeting, by the sanitary contractor. Re report signed ' M. Roche,' I. visited the depots with the above inspector on 4th Febtuary, 1914, and what he stated to you in his report is true. Regarding the nightsoil lying on the surface of the ground, this had been recently deposited. With regard 1o the nightsoil not being properly covered, and nightsoiled paper, this was so. Nightsoiled paper could be seen lying about. Re washing of pans; this was   carried out in an iron tank, 6ft x 4ft x 2ft deep, which was half full of water with plenty of disinfectant in it. The pans should be well srub- bed inside and out with a scrubbin...

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DANDENONG SOUTH RIDING (Continued from page 2) [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

DANDENONG O8UTH RI~IDING (Continuen from page 2) and requires attention. There is also a scarcity of water in that part of the district. This will have to be provided for. Re tarring of pans. This is only being carried out slowly. The man informed me that they had done about 300 pans. At the rate they are going I do not know when they will ba finished. The contractor (Mr S. Crawford)' explained that the whole difficulty was the lack of a permanent site, until that was obtained, and a plen- tiful supply of water seoutred, many of.the difficulties would still remain. He was now negotiating for the pur- chase of land in the South riding, this would entail an expense of any thing like £1000, he considered that in view of this, council should grant an extension of his contract, Coun- cillors agreed generally to this sug- gestion, and the subject was relegated to the South riding concillors for report at next meeting.

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Cheltenham Police Court Wednesday, April 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

Cheltenham Police Court Wednesday, April let, Justices Present,---Mr P. Cohen, P.M., chairman, and Messrs Barnett, Mills, Rogers, Brownfield, Penny and Davies, J.sP. Railway Cases, The department proceeded against numerous persons for various in- fringements of the regulations. Mr H. O. Price prosecuted for the de- partment. The following fines were inflicted :- John Brennan, Mordialloc, 20s and and 10s costs ; Mrs Hallinan, 15 Dight street, Collingwood, 10s and 2s. d; Rupert Hallinan 10s and 10s, Lily Hallinan 10s and 2s 6d; Lionel Monahan, 196 Hoddle street, Abbots- ford, 20s and 10s. Edith O'Neill, 49 Dight street, Collingwood, 10s and 5s; Victor Munro, 31 Camber- well street, Auburn, 20s and 10s;   M. J. and Mrs Deakin, 69 Stead street, Albert Park, 20s and 10s each; Mrs Grimbly,. 290 Victoria street, Brunswick, 10s and 10s, A.   Cook, 10 Dover street, Richmond, 20s and 10s; A, McPherson, Helen street, Northcote, 20s and 10s ; Louisa and Evelyn McIntosh...

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Cheap Silk Swindle PRODUCTIVE ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

Cheap Silk Swindle PRODUCTIVE ADVERTISING Edwin Percy Liddle, who has been convicted on a charge of obtaining money by means of false pretences, was called up for sentence before Judge Murray at the Sydney Quarter Sessions on Monday. Evi- dence was given at the trial to the effect that Liddle, by representing, in an advertisement published throughout the Commonwealth, with the exception of New South Wales, that he would sell ten yards of silk for 2s 6d, obtained a large number of postal notes, money orders and stamps, but it was maintained that he did not intend to carry out his part of the agreement. Mr Teece, who appeared for Liddle, asked that he be dealt with as a first offender, but Judge Murray said that he could not take that course, for it would bring the admin- tration of the criminal law into con- tempt. He said that Liddle had carried out an ingenious, elaborate, and, to a great extent, successful swindle, and should be dealt with accordingly. Liddle was sentenced to thre...

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"THE WORLD AROUND." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

"THE WORLD AROUND." It was stated during the hearing of a theft charge at Croydon, that a man bought a piccolo at a pawnbroker's to replace one stolen from his son, When he reached home, the son identified it as his own lost property. Damages amounting to £60 were ob- tained by a young woman named Lob- enheim against a dentist at Schokken, Prussia, who had deprived her of a sound tooth instead of an aching one, Lecturing at the Camera Club, Dr. Vaughatn Cornish said he had measured waves during a storm in mid-Atlantic, and found their height to be 40ft, and occasionally 45, The average length of a wave from crest to crest was between 600 and 700 foot, For kissing the eleven-year-old daughter of a Metropolitan police ser- geant against her will, Edward Coooer aged 63, was fined 10/, or seven days, at Kingston-on-Thames, The girl's mother followed the man for three quarters of an hour until, meeting a constable, she gave him into custody. In a recent American law suit a waiter who off...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 4 April 1914

Caudwell's' SAW A ID , 3l ULtO6i MILLS, Ilanlonle & 1flui0 allo0 J, & C. CAU.DWELL. bt~. to an nounoe that they have, just erected al their Mentonet Timber Yard, a thoroughly up-t-,-date Saw and Moulding Mills, and are now pre, ,pared to do all classes of Planing Moulding, Bonch and, BAND SAWING, et^, at . MELBOURNE PRICES, SENI) FOR IPtICE LISI'S, and prove for yourtlvcs that By Pulohasing Locally you will not only Benefit ,our Disti'iot but will SAVE MONEY at theo ame lime Furnishing & BuJ Tr's lrour)nnngery Ovens Paints Spouting Oils Coppers Co~,ras Ridging Glass Tinxa~ (trute d iron BrushwAro Gal; aud b ,ek pipinp Red (jun: Itoe n o lopus Jarn ah Puutps Hardwood l.,;au .Flooring Cement Weatherboar l, Brnuks Doors laths Sushes Baths Mouldings Sinks ALL AT MELBOURNE IPHICES PLUMUII.N(i WOIK Of rvery Description dolne ei, her by Tender ot Privately. A Liconesrd Plumber Constantly Employed, O:ALVAN SI 1? [ION TANKS A SP'£CIALTY J, arnd : GtAUD 'VE.L_.1 liavr ...

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTERI X. "Mliss Dickson seemns bouent on unfold ing the mystery your earlier history is enveloped in,' the Colonel said, coolly -aluost seorifully, "01' 1 1am wretched I" cried Lonoro, desperately, the pont-up pain uand tears of long hours ihuding vent at last. "I'm not used to line ladies and their. ways. I hate them, and I will leavb Myrtle Lodge to-night I" Here was his opportunity, "Whero widl you go?." he asked gravely,, "I don't know, or .caren muich, for that matter, . l. verything-.oevery. one hates mo-so that 1 doi't- wiant to live, ' Why,"' clasping her, hands, 'when so many children died, dil they spare owl" "Who? The 'atee? Themh spared you for my delight, Lonoro; but let us be praotmical at once. . Como indoors and we will arrango .something/ "Miss Dickson is entertaining the ourate and feeding on lathl buns like othe boar at the Zoo-and tea l" She obyod him, and they .entered the library together. He closed the door ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

Caudwell's SAW AND t.OU LDING MILLS, mIllnlone & iiirdtaii10o J, & C. CAUDWELL beg to an. nounce that they have just erected at their Mentono Timber Yard. a thoroughly up.to-date Saw and Moulding Mille, and are now pro, pared to do all classes of Planing Moulding, Bench and BAND SA WING, etc, at MEL.BOURNE PRICEB. SEND FOR PRICE LISTS, and prove for yoursulves that By Purohasing Locally you will not only Benefit your District but will SAVE MONEY at the Same Time Furnishing & Builder's Ironmongery Ovens Paints Spouting Oils Coppers Colors Ridging Glass Tinwaie Corrutiod iron Brushware Gal, and black piping Red Gum Down P'ipes Jarrah Pumps Hardwood Lime Flooring Cement WVeatherboardu Bricks Doors Laths Sashes Baths Mouldings Sinks aLL AT MELBOURNE PICES PLUMBING WORK 01 'very Descridtion done e, her by Tender ot Privately. A Licensed Plumber Constantly Employed. '.GALVANISED IRON TANKS A SPECIALTY J. arid (. A76DWE'LL Havewtctl stocked Wood, Coal and Coke Depot...

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DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

DANDENONG MARKE'a. Tuesday, April 17,1 Dairy Cattle:-A fair supply of milkers and springers, and the demand generally about equal to last weeks rates. Thi fol. lowing were the prioipal lots:-Mlsdans ..1Eiusiedel 4 to £11 15s, E. Hliggius 2 to I10 2s 6d, J. (1. West 4 to 412 15s, J. Kingston 1 at 4'11, 11. G. Gamble 3 to £'10 T. Madigan 5 to 49 10, J. Marwick 4 at £0 Ss, W,M'Craw 1 at 69 Ss, Mrs Fisher 1 at.C 958, M'Konna Bros 1 at.£9 2/0, J. W. Dag. nell 1 at ,48 So, I. Androws I at £8 12/6, W, Gl. Keys 6 to 48 7/6. Bralaoans: M. Lessing 1 at 4'9 2/6; G( Lehman 5 to 49 J. W. Dangall 1 at £'8 5, P. Kennedy 4 to 4'6 17/6. . Only a small yarding store and young cattle~ ' tore cows to£3 (Us, poddies 25s to 32s, Pigs-A good supply of all desoriptions, Heavy baconers were sligh tly easier, but prime quality porkers were in demand at-advanced rates, stores: Slips and suckers easier,. choppers to 44 154, bes)t baconors £3 3s, to £3 16s, best yorkers 44s to 50s, good 38s to 42s, light 03s to...

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Aberfeldie Poultry Farm [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

Aberfeldie Poultry Farm Attcntiolln-tllld it ri l-lslioiltld r nrllls, and Chlil. Ilne any uof thle folIwllowti nillentrn Iits yvita wisli: W. ., SUitll anllllill lly o(Ipa liin stuck etllI WicLsOIIn 0l0 ist April, whlin ttle hirdll rle hulclecritly grwvttn to bI carefully srelteid, lIning hatchei 4100 white uiluncer dluck Ia nid liver Ioll . h\lnliinli: iitl, Wtlita Rio'iks lndl Indianl ( t, l ndll l *llting atiiItild hlll I h;ave the fillest stud of thlie. varlclici,0 I Ihae.ldecided tit l specialise ill ithIC iliov lfour varieties' 'which, cus. . t'omers will notil, ia curefiu selactaio after tnaliy tests and a score of ycnr' xiperinico'of the poultry indusltry in its varluis fIlrins,'l oth fron,. a utility ia how jl en point of vici, i\idnlukiall' aire ai rx ceptionally h lrdy, initil?i breed"c,asy to rear, ailti Koiod layers o( lar'( while cgai. I W\lilte ock.i,--A firs·l.slii t'ncrnil purpninc fwnvl,,l greaitly In lavunr in Atncrln;' eraid:;wl)nitr- Iyaero nfl' richl brow, egg...

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Bowls. MOORABBIN DISTRICT TOURNEY [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

Bowls. M100IABBIN DISTRICT TOURNEY During Cr A. E. Sniali's terni of prosi. decry of the shire, he initiated a comnpeti tion aumongst all clubs within the Shiro by provi(ing at prize for the sucstsful club. The tournament created great interest and was thoroughly enjoyed, The clubs de. fermined that the contests should be continned from yenr to year, and by pay. ring an entrance fee, ai prize was provided. The first tyo rounds wore phayod on the Mordialloo green on the 4th inst. ithhe scoros were. First rouid, M1?NNI'ONE v CHELITENHAM M G. Sheedy, C. Caudwell, Maloney, Edwards ,. .. 11) Barnett Pentlanhd, Walton and , ldeSwain .. .,, 17 Soudde, '. Townsend, Pepper, Lannan ...... 17 Wolf, Grundy, Davie, Soullin .. 6 Scantlobury, S. Townsend, J. Caudwell .. , 18 LePVage, 1t. Wolf, J, Monk, " Martihs .n . .. 13 54 86 MOIDIALLOC v SAINDRINGHAM M 8 Judd, MoBwain, C. Caudwell, Lording ... .. .. 12 lHaydon, liBclyea, Weston, Sayle 11 Millar Macartanoy, Johnson and Lording . ,... 14 Wollard...

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