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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS, \lly "Ambraino.,") A general observation of the newest styles shows that the tendency is in favour of out-away and rounded coats, Nearly every now tailor.mado costumeo is being shaped after this fashion. Mansy of the coats range from 82 to 83 ichboes in length. The waistcoat is the natural oasceqiueco of this cut.awiay coat, and imay, thoroforo, be expected in varying forms, Many of those waist., coats are cut with very long onds sharply slanted, the slant running downwards in front or towards the sides. Theore are also novelties in tho backs of many of the now coats. Pleat ed panels have arrived, and there is hue very loose offoct, as if the coat wore cut to hang quite away fromi the figureo, Narrow sash onds nay )1o styled as; something extra, Those aro brought from either beam at the side and loosely knotted at l hi side of the waist, 'tho udges are sometimin a fin ished with a Ibroad, bold, scalloping stitll, imparting a very protty finish and a welcomo change...

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

BOOTs Latest Style and Quality Marshall's Latest Ox-blood Bals, 21 Wallaby Bals,, bogo toes, l5s 6d Glazed Kid Bals, 18s 6d. Box Calf, 18s Woman's Ox-blood Shoes, 14s Woman's Court Shoes, Kismets, 14s Gd J. M. GILMOUR, BooTE MAND MO ROIALLO . Phone, 41 Chelt. Coachbuilder and General Blacksmith - LORRIES A SPECIALITY i`(.';'8fNQ T.L teT W8E Lb ,igip, 'Io !0TTnonW s~ J, W, G. ORG0g 549-51 Church Street, Richmond Phone" Windsor 2447 "There's Just Q Time for a Drink" HILL' S MORDIALLOC / MOTEL TJele hum 12 ' Cihen Telephone 66, ILocl xchanve Read tis thrughro S' d You'll think t o, tool YoDRAPsERY, 4AIY Tho~usi Mentone .Pu'ade AiENTONE, Opp. 1Rcihoay Sta Houise anid Estate Aget, Phone 121Chlt N Cheltenham Hairdressing saloon C. E BENNETT Noted for c1anlihess. Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Cigars, ietc.,'at City prices. Razors grolind iuid set.' AspondalQ. Boot I3epatrIng shop Os. , Ke cheval }Good- Wur1'1 MadWdt 1 Chae't'dia F"OR CA13ý, W~gQ~onttoS'1TaEL Ito Tolophouo 2 21, J.W Jones &am...

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

Herr Karl FOLLER, and Prau Ledwina FOLLER, SINGING, GERMAN and II4ENCII LANGUAGES, AT' ALLAN'S;" COLLINS STREET, CITY, AND MENTONE, Harold C. Price, 80LICITOR, Mentone Parade, Mentone. . ammissioner of thie Suptmo Court for taking Affidavitsi . TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. ,,, MR. OHAS. RATTRAY DENTIbT It' titry is all its Irauches carclI ly d promptly carlriOed out. Town Addtess: 131 Colli-istreet Teleanhone 3177. Local Address: Charmaunn Rodul (Jhel ýuh;ttn HOURS-' Evenings--7 till , Weducda?s and Saturdays- 2 till 6 fhomari Backhouse, -- L.LlB., BARRISTER ana SOLICITOR, Commercial Bank Clhambers, 839 COLLINb ST., MELHIOUtNIE, and at Carrum and Chelsea. ,tend: Cheltenham Couri by appointm-,nt Commisisoner of the Supreme,CO urt for taking affidavits. Tel, 4u37, Cent H. FOREMAN ORAPER, C CHARMAN ROA ), CHELT 'l'NHA.M Special Value iln Men's Mercezy. Call To-day. Mr Reginald Greene Darristor and 8olilitoi', of B.cir cil to, Commissioner of the High Court of Austhalia, has puchascdt the prac...

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CORRESPONDENCE. CHURCH STREET, CHELTENHAM. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE,, CHURCH STRIET, OHELTENHAM. To the E~ditor Sir,-I received yesterday, from a Obeltenham friend, a copy of the March 14th issue of the "News," and was interested, of course, in "A Disgusted Ratepayer's" letter. All he says about the attempt of the Council to put Church Street in a fit state for trafflic, both pedesterian aid vehioular, is perfectly true, They did generously deposit a load or two of Frankaton metal in some of the worst holes, bhtt if nothing has been done within the last year, it must be in a sorry state now. Many a time going to the 'station of a morning,' I have had to wade through inches of water on the road, and work all day in wet boots. As regards the foot. paths that they started to form, they were that narrow that travellers had to walk in "Chinaman marching order" to negotiate them at all, and oven then, run the risk of having their hats brushed oil by an over hanging hedge. Such are the ways of the powers that. be. The Moor. abbin Council, in...

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REINFOROEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

IEINFOfIOEMENT. Motheor (entering bed room): "Why, clildron, what are you crying for ' S'Bobby: "I ivdnua dink," Mother: "Well, I'l got you a drink. Elsio, what are you orying forP Elsie: "You didn't hear Bobby, inamman, aolt was helping hint cry," -0- Pasttouriseld ,reoan for bullor.maklug i: more easily.riponed thua raw croam as in tho failnor case all tlio germs in the milk havo boon dostroyod., The ripening organisms addod in tho form of Htarteor then eoon ripon the crouan, havh!ig no other kinds of gruis to con teind with. At most of tho croantorlue all tho cream is paotoirlsod beforo be log rlpoed, ..

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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THE MANAGING WOMAN. HER PASSION FOR HOUSEHOLD REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

THE MANAGING WOMAN. HER PASSION, FOI HOUSIHOLD IUFORM, S.omice, remarks a writer in a Lon don periodical, knbw a charming girl, the only sister of six brotlors and the only daughter of a widower father. She "ran ' this maseilline household much to tshe masculine household's ben efit, Perhaps sho was a born manag oress of men; perhaps she had only oul tivated that art through force of cir. eumnstances, But she was certainly a managoress--and know it. She knew her own oefficionoy. She know what was good for' man and she knew what men liked-whioh is not al ways the same thing, as all women are aware She know the small weaknesses of six brothers and a "darling old father," and she know exactly the sort of house which they should live in--and made it her busiess to see that they should have that sort of house. Her life consisted largely in what she called "making plans' .- mostly plans for her monfolk. This, I am convincedl, is the one invariable sign by which you may tell the woman who ...

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

BEAUMARIS A letter was received at last council meeting, signed by Mrs Findley and twelve others, urging that a ramp opposite Keefer's boat sheds should be properly formed. The engineer reported that the ramp did require reforming, but it would only be wasting money, unless it was asphalted, therwiso the first heavy rain which came would wash away all the formation. Cr Scudds moved that the ramp be put in order. Cr Kelly inquired as to why it should not be properly made and asphalted, and moved as an amendment that engineer report as to probable cost of the work. Cr White objected ; rate- payers desired prompt relief, and when council offered to do something, some concillors went for postpone- ment. It was largely a question as to the amount of money available for such work. The amendment was withdrawn and the motion adopted, Crs Brownfield and Mills openly ad- mitting that Cr White had converted them.

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THE BEAUMARIS TRAMWAY OFFICIAL INQUIRY. INTERESTING EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 11 April 1914

THE BEAUMARIS TRAMWAY OFFICIAL INQUIRY. INTERESTING EVIDENCE. In the Second Civil Court on Monday, Mr W. Dickson, Secretary for Mines, sitting as referee ap- pointed by the Minister of Public Works, in his tramways jurisdiction, on the authority of an Order in Council, opened an inquiry as to whether the Beaumarls Tramway Company has, according to its deed of delegation, taken (1) every precaution necessary to secure the safety of passengers using its trams; and (2) to secure the safety of pas- sengers upon the streets or roads on the route of the tramway. The Minister nominated the referee after complaint had been received from the Moorabbin shire council that these considerations were not being observed by the company, and after the company had failed to meet certain requisitions made by the Minister to put itself in order upon those points. Mr J. M'Farlane (in- structed by Messrs Toohey and Wimpole) appeared for the Moor- abbin shire council, Mr Owen Dixon for the company, and Mr...

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WILL JAPAN CAPTURE CHINA? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

WILL JAPAN CAPTURE CHINA. An American writer, with nome-title to respoot as an authority on El:astern aIffirs holds that in the long run Japan will absorb Chi.li, and t;here will emerge a great Yellow 19,llire, which will af. foot the whole balanco of civilised pow., or. Hio says: 0China, with heir wealth, natural re soiurees, and millions of hard-worldng, industrious individluals, is too great a prize to be lost for lack of is master, ePlic master will arrive, and China's uail* lions will be- lham'uired into shape. Japaal is a porfetlly organised ma 4.4hino for war. Silhe is young, virile, militant, Hor people are few, and her natural resources and acres fewer. Srhe needs people, land and wealth---and what she needs and rmust have lies at her' fo?et, prac tically helpless. It is merely a qiuestion of time when she will take possession. Every little (I tail has been tttended to-nothing has been forgotten, There will be no hur ry, and probably but little sholdr, Kor. ca was to be ind...

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A REMARKABLE MAN DIES. Outline of the Career of Arthur M'Murraugh Kavanagh. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

A EMAIRKABLE MIN DIES, Outline of the Oareer of Arthir !~, M'IMiurraugh. Kavanagh. , Arthur .Mc1nMurraulgh Kuainagh, who cllied in Ireland a few dua? ago, \as in mani y respeOts a most renmarkable mn, Many years ago he represrmiontd hi native county, Carlow, in the Ionse of Coin. mons, and subseotuuntly lhe1 County of Wexford, where ho defeated lSr Jlohn Pope llennesy. Ntt'uro ihad endowed hin with a ningtu. nrldy handsome face and inuu to~uo, I)at lha( depirlvod hhn both of. arms and ig?s, anud conselquer.tly whenl he was elected to Parliament it becaino necessary to miake special arrangement to admit of his enter lig and addressing the lHous, as he could neither walk nor stand, The matter was discussed privalet before the meeting of Parliament, subsequent to the entrance of Mr. 1{: ~regh the Prime Minister rose and mort: . "that exception be made to the univerI::, rule, that members must address the lHous standing, in the ease of thoe bonor. able mrenbherfor Carlow, and that he be...

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Never a Word. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

Never a Word, •Not long ago a clergyman was call ed upon to conduct the services at the funeral of a man with whom he had had no acquaintance. So, think ing to glean a useful hint or two touching the deconeased's charnator, "-,iu!?!l Gll ooin! u,?olls sua, el Uala, room the divine called, a little boy of eight, evidently a member of the family, and put, to him this question: * "Can you tell me what were the last words of your father?" "He didn't have any," responded the lad with the utmost naivete, "Ma was with him to the last." HTating never oreated anything; all life comes from lovers, - Ilizaboth Robins. Do not searoh for a genuinely clever woman; it is not wise. to look for trouble,-Tnady Sybil Grant. Tho womani a man loves is the we. man hli wants when ho is ill.-Hubert Wales.

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AIR AND THE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

- Dr. Pant W. Gold.holrv, in an ar ticle on "8kin T6nsion and Air Bath-. il," inotho, "Lancet-Clinic," imakes an utrent lOlea for air baths, He contends that we should rive the skidi air lust as w6 eive it water, and ,that the pressulle of clothes on' cer tain parts of the body is very pro .idicial to heoalth. "Extensive stu. dies," writes 'Dr. GoldsbI, y,. "are -ow being carriced on. which tend to show the economil waste as to hu man ,tlieioocy in factories and worl. rooms where excessive conditions of tomnlo)atluro and humidity prevail., Those physical conditiops are provenr not only,..olpprssive, affording groat discomfort to tho operatives ano workers, but do impair 'the output, both as to quantity and quality, The lethargy in the schoolroom can be traced to similar atmosphorio condi -tions, 'Phlo boy who plays truant and skips off to the swimming hole is doiqm, thie most wholesome thing--. the impatience which forgets con. voention and throws oppressive cloth ine off is an inst...

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Proposed Station at Edithvale Road VISIT OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

Proposed Station at Edithvale Road -------- VISIT OF RAIhLWAY CON) IMIS 1(:) 0N itS. Ou 'lhursday a urcowd, or over 400 )uople imt thed nt-ei-JI trvi whii;h convoyed the Railnvway (Cuniuiiotlors' un their anlniitl toilr ifI i ni [ecutio of thte F'ralnktu nhue r.A per artIange. mnlnt, the train stoppJJed at the above spJt, the object IeiIlf; to inquliro funr they into a ru poet muads for a statiou. thetre., The Commissionerst turned the proposI down some twelve mouths ago, but the agitation was uoutittutd. MAoati*hilo populntion and soutlement increasetl, Messrs W. Fitipatrick and C. 11. Normin were tlhe two Commissioners pres ient, Upon anrrival they were cordially welcomed by. the South riiint repro. sentatives, CrA F. Groves, \Y. Itain and R. A. Colonso, the ptei ient and secretary of the I spendale Progreos Association (Mes?rs F. J. Funston and Marons Snmithrdspeotively,, also the seoretary of the speoial o)m. mittee (Mr [H J. Riohardson). In a brief speco'), Mr Funston ueplained...

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DAIRY RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

DAIRY RULES, 1A1 ianish creameries ciroulate amongst their muembers' sets of rules for the general troatment, feeding and milking of .mmilch'cows, One sees cup ies of these rules, whicl are printed tin largo type on thick oardboard, hung in overy cow bail. They .contain ipstruo. tions for milking, and it would hot be out of Place here to repeat the "good adviceO,' "MILK R, MAIR( THIS WELL." 1,-Tmho cow is a living macdlineo, (a). Kinidly treatment entails less labor, and gives more milk. 2, .-Good work improves the' living machino. (a) Milk clean. Clean Milk ing develops the udder, and with this increaso the guUantity of milk, and (b) You retcee ridche milk, (o) Rlomeuted, that the milk last dru'wn it by far ht' most valuable, 8.--Cloan milking , (a) You slhoul wear tidy and clean clothes, (b) Hgave the milk pail clean as well as the cremeory can, (0) Thoroughly clean the udder by rubbing with a piece of linen. (d) Wash the hands thoroughly before milking. (o) Lot the udder be quite...

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CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

CARRUM The re-making of the main road is proceeding apace. About 60 ohains are now completed, and it looks a splendid job, and something which the residents, might 'be proud of. 2500 tons of material, screening marl and metal have passed through the local station, and been placed on the road under the personal super vision of Inspector J. MoMahon, ap pointed by the roads board. This gentleman holds the highest testi. nonials from the leading engineering authorities of the State. The follow. ing are a few of the works carried out under his supervision during the,last 25 years, viz., lluby Creek weir, for the Waranga water trust, Lake Lonsdale reservoir, Sheppartou draiiage sohleno, Western i)istriot roads, and the latest, the raisin' of the Williamstown racecourse. TIe road is the lirst which enters the suburban radius, and naturally, is uttended with tome interest. A ,tart is now being ,made midway between. Oholsea and tCarrum. A coneoort in aid of the reorention reserve was held on...

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A Beautiful Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

A Beautiful Dread. A v'rvy ostemen d corril'undent wrotetdl .s N,, "Dairyman") a letter ro. ocntly, in which he stated that hlie e. lo fhe "Soiling Systo" t hoie "'lcanuitifiul Dr )ri,." Wo sot ImusingI over this staktelnt, and musing fo0 inxodp., And au we slept, wo drelunt, rfh dreamn, of course, was all about soiling, a?d was so remarkable that we think our roaders should hoar .about i, It has occurrod to us that some hdreame cLnome true, Joseph's Dream, forjulstanll, saved the greatest people of all times firon extinction by starva tion. So hero is our dream. Weo. saw, in our dream, a man who told it of his own free will what sii Cllen lltistjis' "soiling" had done for hitm. He started on a very small farm of t~trisidorably under 40 acres. 1is, resnt was £150 per ainnum, his onws awer natl. his own, and he had less than 10/- inl Ilts pockets the day he took \ttiossssion-rjust twenty months ago, I'ouur months later he began working his fanrm on the "soiling system." His position ...

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CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

CHELSEA Captain Smith, who was sleeping In the Public Hull. on Goodi 'Fiday .iGght. to Irotelct the goods stored ;ore for the bazaar, eeeived a oather nnpleasant snrprise. Alont 11.40 p.m., his lumbers were di? inrbed by voices in the direction of ;he back window. lie sat up, ,aw one man inside and another follow. !:r H n lshonaed, "Hello, thllee," but they 'immediately ducamnped without answerinw, and beforeo ho could get near en cgh to idea. f, them. He had an axe by his bedside, ro protect himself, and considers the intruders very fortunate in es caping without injury. A report of the Fire Brigade bazaar will be found elsewhere in this iss'ue. The financial result must be regarded as very satisfactory, as over Z75 was taken. The secretary (Mr M. J. Howard) desires us to tender the best thanks of the b.igade to all those who assisted to nmake the the baraar the success it was, inolud. ing residents and visitors, The fol. lowing were the stallholdera :-Pot plant stall-Mrs J.. J. Sm...

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FERTILISERS ON MEADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

FERTILISERS QN MEADOWS, 'lhe Agricultural Depa'tnlilist of the Swiss (0hvormuent have just5 published al inloreiting reportl of ixperimnuba codeti',d over throo yoears to toest the clurt iif diffellrent fertilisers on mentdlo, linul, T?o feritlisors experimonted with wc 'e. i itrgn, l?he,,pluht1' of inb ,, and pia'lt, thet feirtliseJ's heing tried alone atiid mixed, 'T ' conclusiorn arrived at 's tlhat', in modor to obtnin the hetaviest ,hud most iprtltatbl crops, it is nto i. nary to Supply fertiliset's, Ioita flling the tl hree prim'tipal ferti~lising substances phorlohm'i an(id, potash and nitrogen, Thie xtra yield oblainod from this sys tem of manuling covers the cost of the frtil:stirs tltd Ieaves u good profit. The 'll'fect of tho mtnunros is more ma0rk edl on the fiurst gutttt ilg thn on the a cindl ent, lt' ii youtnge inOUiise hav intg blon foltn'd to bo from 02 toi 100 por :ent, on ithe frlrmlir, and 20 to 40 per ccnt. on the second crop.

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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

ASPENDALE, ' "tHot eooss buns" wore nearly the cause of a sudden death at about 1.80 a.m. on Good Friday. It ap ,ears that an energetic purveyor of tiis somewhat languishing com. .twodity aroused the peaceful slum. • %rr. of one whom he considered a ;,robable customer, The awakened i.:dividual resented the intrusion of .ie bun seller, and quickly grasped a 'aded revolver, and in lancorous grms propounded thb ehalleng-, ~ Stand or I'll fire," The would ha ,nn seller did neither, but promptly `.nelt down with fright and ple:ad. i.gly offered, free of clharg,. the whole of his stock if the revolver was only put out of action. The :.,eful article was put away, and the :,:ns were lifted, but by the legiti ;:aite owner, who rapidly dcamuped. iMr W. Robinson, who won the "'tawell Easter (lift, value '100, on ,':aster Monday, is a brother of .1, ,obinson, of "lfe Avenue, Ilyde lark He did his t aining on As. Slendalo rI'cOOll',e. Members of the Fire Brigade will .eet for dlill to-night at 8...

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DUAL PURPOSE SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

UUAL PURPOS SHEEP. 'Thy produtuion of a dual purmpose sheep is beoomling of gratlor i.p;lort. anon tlihan the dulal puIrposu cow As suttleument hus gione along a?t ii rapid rate in all the States, to the accoml. Inimlint of mixed ftrnrfing, it l]s. bo. Conmo I nmatter of great importalnco to securo the .typ of sheep which will give the best goeneral returns, It goes with. out saying that the man who wunti to suceoold on small uioLas--as distinct from the sheep walks-must direct his atton tion to the production of a sheep that will gib a return in mutton and as a corollauy the largest amount of high priced wool obtainablo, In' other words thu accolnimilllnti to a system 0o mixed farming must be the I'eoodingi of eroshroed siheoep In this respect we are following oxuctly on the lines of New Zealand, which realised at an early stago that its future hly Iithl the pro. duction of fat lambs for thiun .lnglislh market. At the same time, the breed ors of the Dominion saw that the busi doess...

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