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CRICKET CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN ASSOCIATION. "A Grade." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
CRICKET CAULFIELDU-MOOIABBIN ASSO0CIATION. "A Gradet;" .St Georgeo's, 143 ,v East Caulfield, one, for ;31, B" Grade, Esnt 'alvern Proshytori nI, 90 v MolKinnon, two for 69 The above niatclios will li, coritinuedtl on the 18tli inst, . This afternoon tho Caldfleld.Ioor. abbin Association will play iun inter-as iooiation match against tho Victorian Juniors at Northcotocrickeot ground, The winning toani in ths mwatch will take part in the se?oni-flnals on Easter Monday, Play conumencos at 10,30 sharpe Players are requested to catch train leaving Princes fridge for Westgartlh at 9.33 am, . The following will represent the 0.M.;D.,,A,: D. Mitchell (capt.), S, Ieohnian (EastCahulfleld); F.,Shlanahan, J. Sheobit iMalieznr.i District).; J, Woeloh, F. Jenning (Eaist Mialvern. Presbyterians); G, Phillps, F, Fieldoer Glenhuntly) , 0. Soudds (Mc'ntono); R. Crout (Carnegle) 1 G. Shaw (Mol(iunon), Emnorgonocoes I,. 'Ryan (East Cnullleld) and I-, Cooper (Murtumboona.) SOwing to Eastor holidays the...
MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
MENTONE Regarding a letter from "Inter state," which appeared in our issue of 28th ult, the maurger of the gas works has interviewed nus, and states that the bicyole referred to is in per. foot order. A meeting of the friends of the lite Mrs Robinson was held last Friday in the Recreation hall, Mir J. Delves in the chair. It w&s de. cided that . steps be taken to per petuate her memory. A committee was formed to carry out all arrange mentsa and colleot suaabsoriptions for the same. The committee met on Wednesday night, and decided that a headstone suitably inscoribed, should be secured, It was urged thet all amounts promised should be paid promptly, so that the work may be completed as early as possible; . A full statement of all receipts and ex penditure will appear in the "News" on completion of the work. Sub soriptions may be paid to Mr J. 0. Thomas (treasurer) or any member of the committee. Some special singing of anthems and solos will be attractive features at the eve...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
Football. We shall be plased to receive brief report. from seoretarlee or the appointed press oorrespondents of any club. En. velopes will be supplied free, upon appli. cation, Copy can thel be seit per rail, free of charge. Cheltenha~i club play Moorabbin Park on the letter's ground to.day at 3.80 p.t. sharp, * * Moorabbin Park members had a relim. inary run last 8aturday. R. Clayton, 'the star," showed goodform, also Young and Millor, "the aeroplane," and other players. To-day they meet Moorabbin on the Parkl ground, whilst next Saturday a f?n?y dress contest takes place, also a social in the evening. Mr T. Chandler lost a valuable diamond stud on the Park ground last Saturday. * * The Federal Association meets on 'Tues (lay next, when ?luinter's proof of the rules and draw will be ready. * * An urgont general meeting of Cholton. lham members takes place on Wednesday next at the MItchanios' Institut.e,
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
MORDIALLOC, At last Monday's council meeting a letter was received from the Coun try Roads Board, referring to the bridge over the creek, They stated that it was not their intention to re construct the bridge in connection with the road contracts now in hand. As soon as the onitracts were com pletedl, the board would give the matter attention. Meanwhile it would be advisable for the Dande uong and Moorabbin engineers to confer and report as to the condition of the existing bridge. The letter was received. The local band gave a performance at leontone last Sunday, which was wvel attended. A ,ollection realised £2 14h, of which Or F. M. Scudds donated 21 is The following is an extract from the ninth annual report of the Vic torian head centre, of the Royal Life Saving Society, viz, by the excellent successes obtained, by his pupils, Mr Millar of the Mordialloo school, has achieved a school record for swim. ming and life saving awards this season, obtaining 51 life-saving awards and 75...
TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS TEN SHILLINGS PRIZE EVERY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS TEN SHILLINGS PRIZE EVERY WEEK A cash prizo of toen ?hillings will ho awlardod to the reader giving the ooriout forecast of the tenth, in both grades of the lederal Foothball Association, which will score theo lhighest nmuber of 1)points in any one match. In the ovent of any person not stating the oxact scores, we will allow a mlargin ot'f not more than three lpoints tinder or over the acutal points scored, In the vase of t tio, the mooney will be divided. Theo dooision of tho editor 8hall be final The conditions are :-1I All scores must be sent in on coupon publibhed in "The New's" on the Saturday previour s to the match 2 Coupons must lie in this ollce noit later thnn ten o'clock on the Friday night before the " n atch 8 Cou ions must he illed tup in ink to avoid nmistakes , In the evoent of a match not being lyot, the foree?nsts rec?lved will be ignored ]ieults will he published in 'The l? i n" every week Any ntmiber of v'otes may be sent in The tlrt. celitr...
AUCTION SALES HEATHER GROVE ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
AUCTION SAL$ HEATHER GROVE ESTATE. Small and Edwards announce a sale on May 2nd of some valuable residential blocks at Cheltenham, The site is high and dry, convenient to the station, and exceptionally easy terms are offered. It is a certainty that this subdivision sale will be largely attended. Very few blocks of such charming residential sites remain in such elose proximity to the township; The great scar" City of. such dwellings has long been remarked upon, Local trades men and business men engaged in the city now have an excellent op p' r uni y, not only of securing a house to live in, but of obtaining a home of their own. Cert irl; this takes some time for a man with little capital, but rent terms are easily obtaitable these days. It has not yet been proved that such an effort is not worth while.
MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, 6th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
IVMOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, 60th APRIL. Present.-The President (Cr B, J. Ferdinando) Ors Scudda, White, Kelly, Brownfield, Smith, Marriott, Mills, Shields, Eggleston, Small and Burgess. COlRESPONDEINC1. From R. H. Woodoook, shire en gineer, Dandenong, applying for use of steam roller for period of three months. Granted for three months at £6 per week, From town of Melbourne, notifying appointment of committee, to con sider the question of motor traffic within the metropolitan area, Re ceived, .oengineer to give evidence when desired. From town of Brighton, re bonn. dary roads. Received and request granted, From Margaret Montgomery, re condition of footpath, Wave street, Referred to engineer., From United Shire of Beechworth, re St, John's wort, Received. Frou Hampton Progress Associa. lion, ro condition of footpath, Hamp. ton street, between Linanore road and Beach street, To be attended to. From A. A. Smith, re portable bathing tent s.-Received, sole rights not granted. From ...
BENTLEIGH STATION ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
B NTLEICH STATION ES. TATE. Coghill and Haughton, in our advertising columns, announced a sale by auction on the 25th inst, of 50 choice building blocks at Bent: leight. I'he proximity to the sta tion and frontage to the main road makes some of these valuable build uing blocks ideal for 'hop sites to form the township The terms are .5 deposit, balance quarterly for five years at five per cent.
CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
CIHELSEA The foruiightly meeting of the Sous of Tempetance was held last Monday, It was resolved to form a junior division in connection with the hblanch. The item for the even ing was a spelling bee, in which Mrs E. ,. llowald secured first place, A special meeting of the lanide. nong council was held on Wednes. day. The main item was considera tion of the markets no decision was asiived at, but further reports are to be compiled, The loan for, alities were completed, and vale as works are now to lbe carried out, including the minetalling of the road on the east side of the line. The question of electrical supply will not be decided upon until the next meeting of the council on the 27th inst. The Fire Brigar'e Lazaar and de monstration during the holidays give every indication of being very sue v9s.ful, The ladies have worked strenuously, Siand have secured liberal donations, It will be opened at 3 p.m. on Saturday by Cr F. Groves, chairman of the united fire brigades' board. The a...
State of the Tides [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
satoa ov the Tides High tide for the nesuing week will be as follows: Sunday ,,, 2,59 .,, 330 MIonday ,,, 3.59 ,;, 4,.2 Tuesday ...4.53 .,. .J.19 Wednesday ,,. 5,44 ,, 60 Thrsaday ,,, 6,83 ,,, 6.56 Friday .. 7.20 ... 7.42 Saturday ... ,.5 ,,. 8.26 Low tide oan be estimated at about half way between the times mentioned on any one day, - -- -,--------·--- T1.e Ne w . --"Tls not In mno rta:ls to coonmmand suaccess, UBiL wo'lldo more, Semprodiloas, well desetrve it SATURDAY. APRIL 11, 1914.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 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. Licensed to sell stamps, Telephone, Cheltenham 75, Agent for all the best makes of Pianos. Expert advice. For Sale. W EDDIN? Curds, Typed Circularsrt Bereavemep Cards, artistically printed, promptly delivered, "News" Office, Cheltenham, PRIME Sickers and Slips. GRIFFITH, I Argus et, and Moorabbiurd, Chelton ham, 1IREWOOD,-2ft firewood, dry, and I' sound, 44s per truck, M. Clements, Frankiton, H ORS, aged, good mouth, ufeful any thing, obeup, no fursher use, 17, Boundary hoad, Mordialloo. TEN young Cookerels. Prospect Cot tage, Vincent Street, oft Fraser Avenue, Aspendalo YOING ROOSTERS, 2s each.-Ash. fold, ' Kensington," Balcoube Rd , Mentone, Valuable DUCK MANURE For Sale, very cheap, large quantity, Regular supply Australian Incubating Farm Mentone Wanted ODD JOS of any dsocription-Rougi cerpent...
CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
CHElILTENH AM 4.-. Mr P. Rampf, who has been fore man of works for the Moorabbin council for some time past, has resigned his position, He has ao cepted an appointment with the Oauntiy'Roads Board. In accepting the resignation, the president stated that Mr Rumpf had alwas carried out his duties with zeal and ability, Probably councillors had not seen eye to eye with him in all things, and in his methods, but the resaults were inv riably satisfactory. He (the speaker) me rod that a letter be forwarded to Mr Rnmpf, thanking him for past services. Cr Mills seconded the motion. The fo:eman's work in the last riding had always been satisfactory. qr Marriott sap. poeted the motion, which was oar. rijd, C' lhargeos being the only dis. sertient. Mr tumpif briefly tick. nowledged the compliment. He was pleased that his muethols had been seuucessful, rind that his serv'oes were ,pp. eaiated Misi Voa Scantlebary has come thirough her final examination for a doctor with marked success. She pass...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
The Maesy 'Appeal--Vory liboil ro sponses have boon rocoived to aidl this un fortunate family. Mrs Kennedy collected £17 in cash,, Or J. Shields and Mr McCall £19 104 6d In addition to this a large amount of clothing; and furnituro was ob. taiued. Those who interested thomselves have asked us to thank all those who assisted in any way. The family is now comfortably settlod in a house on the Mordialloo settlmoent. eoll Over,-As wo went to pross early this week, on account of the Easter holi days, a number of items are hold over till neuoxt iasue, SAuction Sdale--Smiall and Edwards adver tise that they will offer for sale at alotion on tho 18th insti at Mordialloo, a flive roomed villa, almost now. Moving Pictures,-Mr G. R Wildo ad vertises attractive programmes for his sehows at Choeltenlhan Hall on Saturday and Wednesday nights.. - Builders, etc.-M-r G. It. Iledberg, ad vertisef that he is peepared to undertake all classes of carpentering work. He has just secured the contract of re...
ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
ASPENDALE. Several robberies have been re ported recently, whereby articles of clothing and bedding have booeen abstracted from unoccupied dwell ings. Amongst the losers are Messrs W. G, Wright, A. Nelson and others Reports of the Progress Associa tion and Cr Rain's,. address on "Water Supply" will be found else where in this issue, The co cart organised by Mr H. Hunter, on behalf of the Methodist Church, takes place at the Racecouise H'all to-night,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
Enamel Sauce= pans A SPLENDID SELiECTION Speoially marked boelow city price. Judge Brand (Stevens) THOMPSON & CO Anglo Enamel Co, (OHAS. K. FAIRBANK) Blackmann's (Grey) NEPEAN ROAD, - THE BEST C1on cHELTENHAM Proposed Station it ~AT Editlhvale Road. Thu' unilway Couumissiuners will meot residoents, on tho sitlo, on SThursday next, April 16 at 10 11. Ill, |--mmeam__ G. R. Hedberg Builder and Contractor Hemming St., BRIGHTON NTIH, Estimates given for all descriptions of carpenter. lug work. Can be seen for the present at Smith and Mitchell's job, Chelten. ham. Electricity! The gates of the whole world are open to the electrician, He will go where he will. He wvill get what he wants ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY The world's moving power £1,000,000 to be spent in electrifying the railways. Jot this down, The man with electricity in his head has whot he likes in his pocket. Our terms are so reasonable that the poorest man can become an electrician Go now, right away. Write away for par...
A PUBLIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
4, PUJ3IJQ SIR TING In the evening, at the Mechanics' Institute, a public meeting was held. The first speaker was Mrs F. G. Hughes, who said that as soon as the A.W.N.L. was instituted, the Labor Party had got into power. What was the resaon ? She would like to 'see a larger committee in the district, and advised the ladies to study the constitution and plat form, and become loyal, hard working members. They were not against working people, but against the element of Labor Socialism, which was getting such a strong hold in this fair land. (Applause). Mr J. A. Boyd, M.H.R., remarked that the principal thing was organ isation of a permanent character. The trouble of Liberalism was too many cliques and mushroom leagues, which started just before an election, and were forgotten im mediately after. The A.W.N.L. had.been ten years in existence, and he ventured to say, would go on all right as long as they kept the men out, otherwise the men would seek to control it, and the end would soon...
LIBERAL RALLY AT MORDIALLOC [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
LIBERAL RALLY AT MORDIAILLOO . On Saturday last a. garaets fete was held at the residence of Mr J, Macartney, and was fairly well attended. The local branches of the A.W.N.. " and the People's I1iboral Party were organiers, of which Miss King anid Mr H. J. C. Phillips are the honorary secretaries. The grounds lent themselves adnmir. ably for the purpose, marquees being provided for the sale of various articles. The Mordialloo band was in attendance, and gave several selections, which were greatly ap preciated. The proceedings were formally opened by Mrs J. Fergus' son, president of the A.W.N.E.L The net results of the function were about 410 profit financially, and an enjoyable function.
Peninsular Water Supply [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
Peninsular Water 1,Supply ADDRESS BY Cr W, RAIN. At the monthly maeting of thel AspendaloProgress Association, held on Saturday last, Or Rain delivered an interesting address on the above subject., .He, of coutrrs, dealt -more spoeifically with that aspect of the suhjopt,. which affected the townships o. Aepondale, COielsea and, Carr um.' The 'peakers enlarged upon the! diflioulties in the way of securing an efficient. wqtor saipply for Carrum,l Aspepdpleo and Chelsea from any other direction than the surrounding country to the east, and carried out iside the metropolitan area. Cr Rain made it clear that the obstaoles to be surmounted before ,Water could be got through the Metropolitan Board could not be subdued, if at all, within any reasquable ,time. He therefore recomnmeinded that offoct should be concentrated on the carrying through of what is known as the P oninsular scheme. This soheme had been ad-; vanced some stages since the last, meeting. The Home Affairs depart, ment, whi...
Aspendale Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
Aspendale PrQgress Association The monthly meeting of the Pro gress Association was held last Sat. urday. There was a large atten dance of members, including ladies, and the president (Mr F. J. Funston) presided. The latter, at the outset, remarked that it was the first meet ing at which the newly elected coun cillor (R. A. Colenso) had attended, and he (the speaker) congratulated him upon his election. Cr Colenso acknowledged the compliment. Messrs Stott and Keith nominated Mr J. Shaw as a representative on the Foreshore Trust, whilst Mr W. Evans presented a petition, signed by 70 residents, asking that Mr Marcus Smith be appointed. A discussion took place as to whether one or both could be appointed, some members contending that the association could, only make a recommendation to the trust. Sabsequentlg the latter. course was adopted, and Mr J, Shaw's name ordered to be for warded, f ilr D. Sykes spoke upon the nat. ter of motor cyclists riding on the, newly-made footpath. 'Cr Gr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914
Moorabbin Co Operative Society, LIMITED LargestStores in the-District. POINT NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phone, i8 Chelt. Omsh prices lowest in the trade. Cash bonus paid on all your purchases half-yearly. Call and get particulars. Ilest White Sugar, 21d per lb, 2S Od doz Best i5o test Kerosene, Shell, -Light of Age, 35 iId tin, Best Sago, Tapioca, 2d.lb, is gd doe, Best Oatmeal,*.Rice, Pearl arley, Split Peas, 2jd lb, as 3d dos "First Pick" Tomato Sauce 5d, 4s gd doz,. Flour, 25lbs paper, 23 41d, Solbs 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, Barley Meal, Peameal, iranning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshire Heros). Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other produce; ROSE BROS., _...FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS., OHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM, Funerals Conducted in'any part of the District. Coaches Supplied. ,.... TELEPHONE 42, CHELTENEAM EXCHANGE.n..e REYNOLDS BROS NEW LIST BLOOD &...