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

Enamel Sauce= pans S A SPENDI D S? l[ECT?IN Speoially marked below city price.oo, Judge Brand (Stevens) THOMPSON & CO, Anglo Enamel Co, (OHAS. H, FAIRBANK) Blackmann's (Grey) NEPEAN ROAD, THE BEST hoe4 (c CHELTENHAM Electricity! The gates of the whole, world are open 'to the electrician. He will. go where he will. He will get what lie wants ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY The world's moving power £1.000,000 to be spent in electrifying the railways. , Jot this down. The man with elecotricity in his head has whot he likes in his pooket. Our terms are so reasonable that the poorest man can become an eleotrician Go now, right away. Write away for particulars and find out how to become a ouccesslfu ,lectrician, F. S. Beckwith, F,I,P.S., Eng., Principal 165 Collina street, Mellbuutne W. U. LOOKER SWORn VALUER, Opposite Statiou, ORMOND, Stnte Land T'ax Assessor. Swnrn.o vuluations mnvde fbr Probste MrnsgU ur ut1er pi'pos Tolephono 2325 Contral, J. H. CROMWELL SURGEON DENTIS'T, 888 Collins ...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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May 2nd. Seniors. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

May 2nd, Y" Seniors. Brack Rock v Caulfield Distrii t (0 'Kinnon) MIooribbit: v Heatherton (Lee) Midd'e Brightoiiv Mentone (.lunro) arrum:n v Clheltenham MuUrdbtih Pdn k U Ihyt. The following good players of tornr SunSl' sLsF, it is rumored,, do 1ot iute'itd Lo p1uyr this season for ClI Ilteuh n - :--H. King, P. Butler, A.. 81.ier and A. Iliehl Furthev general notes will be found celsewhere in this issue. Chdltenlhami playeors are re* remuinded that the nights for train in ;re Tuesdaiya and Thursdays.

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

MENTONB The employees at the Melbourne goods shed oE the Viototrian railways held a successful outing at the rink last Saturday. There was a large attendance, The pionickers were very quiet and orderly, except in tliose instances where keen sporting contests aroused the enthusiasm of the crowd, blt such enthusiasm could not be classed as offensive, rather was it evidence of their hav ing a good time. Lady Davies' property in the Parade has been sold to the Brigi dine Nuns for ,61900. The objebt of the purchaeo .i to conlvert the propbrty into a n3vitiate for the training of young ines for teaching in schools and'convents of their order. This will make Mentone the head quarters of the otder, The Mother Provincial will reside there, and also a Mistress of Novices and a Bursar, Some thousands of pounds will be spent to make the institution worthy of the noble order, and it will no doubt be forthooming for such a purpose, which is to build up a great institution fror the training of tea...

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

Juniors, Gardenvale v Ellindale (Barker) Elsttrnwick v Glenhunily (M'Kiu. tiou) Camnbdeutowp v Cheltenham (rust) lordiallo. a bye

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

MORDI A LLOC., The' carnival committee meet oti Wbdousday night at the Mechanics' Institute at 8 p.m A full attend. ino of members and onergetic sup potters is 'absolutely necessary, otherwise the annual function will rFll through, as the faithful six are deoermineod not to shoulder the whole bu "den. A. " oamp" service was held at ''lenira ' on Sunday by Rev A. H, lidrton, Sixteen campers in camp attire formed-the ohoir. The service was munohenjoyed by all present d'A oiuderolla dance is udve tised for to.night. lrf suocessful, it is intended to hold these dances fort nightly; They will be properly con duoted, and th, charges are very moderate. Good music is to be a feature of those entertainments.

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Can We Acquire Beauty? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

Can We Acquire B3eauty ? This is a question that will touch the heart of every lady reader, and though it may not he answered to ev,ry lady's eutire ,atisfaetiou, there is certainly a good deal of in terest in knowing how other women have done it--or imagine they have, So that ' Everylady's Journal" for April hits upon a live topic when it gives the views--and the por traits-of a number of leading wo men on "How to be beautiful." It seems that beauty of figure is the great consideration rather than the boauty that is skin deep, and we learn from the ladies who have given their views to 'E verylady's Journal" that beauty of both body and face will follow perfect health. This, therefore, is the object to aim at, and the means suggested are many and various. Miss De Vere, the sprightly comedienne of " The Dandies," for example, alvocates dancing, and says that oven the oft-condemned 'I'Tngo has its ad. vantages as a health exerciser. Miss M:urray, a Scottish champion, votes for swvimmi...

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

Sandringham The annual meeting of the M U I 0 0 F was held on Tuesday and was well attended by members and officers of other lodges. Past Grand Master F, A, Powell was presented with a handsomely fram ed.emblem of the lodge, which was appropriately acknowledged by the recipient. .Mr P. ck is preparing plans for additions to the Mechanics' Insti tute, the estimated cost of which is £2000. The improvements consist of two storey brick frontace,a lodge room 52 x 30, and a gallety to seat 100 people. A report of the consecration of St. Agues' church appears else where in this issue. Sports were held on Easter Mon-" day under the aauspices of the Hampton Athletic Club, they were well patro:nised. W. H. Davey secured first place in the 130 yards championship, 120 yards champion ship hurdle, club handicap and handicap hurdle, Others ?laced were F. Stone, G. Jones, C. Hous* ton, C. Causley, W. Bryde, S Iam bert, H. Dempsey, R. Davey, C Hodgetts and W. Goawinkle.

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St. Agnes' Church, Black Rock. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

captain, Mr R. Hannaford - St. Agnes' Church, Black 3 Rock. A little over twelve months ago, a disastious fire traversed a large portion of the Ula ik Rock district. s. Amongst other buildings destrooyed on thnt occasion was St. Agnes' Ohurch of'~ngland, which included a magiificent and. cstly pipe organ Members and adherents did not e lose heart at the severe loss, neither did the vicar in charge (Rev H. H. J. Norwood), but immediatly sat to work to erect a unew and larger edifice, The building was corn pleted a few weeks back, and the formal consecration ceremony took place last Saturday, Archbishop , Clarke oficiated and was accorn. t panied by several visiting ministers ' of that denomination. The service - was largely attended. It was fully '- hloral and marked by great solemu h Ity. The building itself is brick, Y capable of seating 1RO persons, cost V. ,1200, and is free of debt, The furnishings are new and good, cost I lug £1?0. It is the intention of the authorities to inst...

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Bowlers on Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

Bowlers on Tour. Mordialloc and Cheltenham clubs visited Ballarat during the holidays and judging by reports, received the customary hospitality for which Ballarat Is noted Mr T. McN, Millar was the manager for Mor dialloc, and Mr C. D. Scullin for Clheltenham The arrangements made by these gentlemen were re garded as very satisfactory. The town was crowded, and accomoda tion taxed to its utmost. In the various matches played, neither club did anything very remýrkable, but in some individual cases, social enjoyment was of more importance than keen contests, The usual list of holidays in didents could be recorded, but as our special reporter, engaged for the occasion, lost his note book, his verbal reports are scarcely satis factory. Amongst other local resi dents present as visitors weiol Cr and Mrs Small, 'Mr and Mrs Lake. Everybody voted the trip enjoyable, even nl'lough no bowling trophies were captured. ' By the way, isn't it a fair thing to invite a team from the beautiful oity...

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

FlPDl+tA.lI ASSOCIATION, The fortnightly meetin ; of dele. gates was held uo Tuesday last at Moorabbin, Twelve applications were received from persons willing to act as umpireN, and the following were selected :-Messrs Nathinl, Lee, Riach, M'Kinnon, vtunro, Rust, Arthur, Skeane, Jenkins and Uarker, The three first mentioned were umpires last year, and gave general satisfaction. A long discussion took place re garding the ground upon which the final matches were to be played. Mr Balding (\lentono) moved that a resolution adoptedat list meeting, \vbereby Cheltenham was selecttd, be rescinded. This motion was lost, the voting being nine against and six for. The president (Mr A. D. Mackay), anxious to see finalit) on the question, ruled thst the ques tion could not be re opened. Hi, ruling was disagreed with, A special meeting is to be held next Tueseay, to receive' registrations. A club has been forme~ at Bent leighl, term:ed toe Ellindale Juniors, and has entered for .the ,junior grad...

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

Moorabbin Co·Operative Societ LI MITEJD Largest Stores in the Distric?. POINT NEPEkN ROAD,' CHELTENHAM r Phone, i'8 belt, Oasb prices lowest in the trade. Cash bonus paid on d'l your purchases half-yearly. Call and get particulars. dest White Sugar, 2.d per lb, as 6d doz Beat i 5Q test Kerosene, Shell, Light of Age, 3s ird tin, Best Sago, Tapioca, 2d lb, is gd dos Best Oatmeal, Rice, Pearl Barley, Split Peas, 21d lb, as 3d doz "First Pick" Tomato Sauces d, 48 9d dor, Flour, 251bs paper, as 41d, Solbs 4s gd. 251bhs calico, as. 6d, ,olbs 5s Our own Special Blend Teas, is, is 3d, ls 6d Lowest Market Rates 6fr Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, Wheat, Mazls, Barley Meal, Peameal. branning, Peas (Dun and Yorkshihe Herosl, Blood meal, Blood manure, Straw, Cape Barley, and all other'produce., ROSF, BRO.,, ?_..-FURNISHI.NG UNDERTAKERS,?.. CHARMAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM. Funerals Conducted in'any part of the District, Coaches Supplied TELEPHONE 42, CHELTRNHAM ExcuiANoE...... REYNOLDS BROS NEW LIST BLOOD ...

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New Uses for Joss Sticks. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

New Uses for Joss Stiekes Wheno josi st.iks are moutioned Ameri. I .s gcaIl,!y' think of Chinese funerals i;d i'dcensu ol'ercdl to Chinese gods, Wh.lat the sticks really are they scarcely know, Josa sticks may be described as ametlhiug like cigarett:s., 'hey are ibownish in color, about six luhe?s jmug, .anti niot much thicker than a mn;ting cedit, Thei brovwnish part .fs nm~ ntcdl 1n a thin stem three inches long, color :d, as so many picees of Chirese and hlpmlceso wood are, with the deep, phik liade of pol)kecrries, The joss ;ticks are quite low-priced, ewing generidly sold at the ralo of five or ix for n cent, W. hen ignitdl by a mit'c it the umpprr :aid the stick burns, not with t lame, but with a talcdy glow, like a 'igar. T!ie ,molke is not perceptible 'nouigh to le, dira,:,l. ble. The perunme 3 exluiisit'. T'i li'mtetial of which tlln tl:iuummha m;le r:t of the stick is cunm oiedl is evid~intly the Gmno ais iuncune, l'1w odor is the sale, only:' much miore lll;' 11;,. Fsaii:...

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State of the Tides [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

State of tho TIdes High tide for the ensuing week will ble as follows:- Sunday ... 8.48 .,, 0.9 Monday ... 9.31 .,. 9.51 Tuesday 10,13 ,. 10.85 Wednesday 10,54 ... 1123 T''hursday .... 11.49 ,,. Friday .,. 12.15 ... 12.43 Saturday .... 1.11 ... 1.89 Low tide can be estimated at about half way bobwecn the times mentioned on any one day. Thy Rews. --"Tlh ioI In Imotals to comlanld nuccesIs, Ut well d Inmo?e, SlipIronis, we II dceserve It SAT1URDAY , APRIL 18, 1914.

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

Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS IREPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. Every article, at City prices Circulating Library. Latest Books, Lioeused to sell stamps, Telephone, Cheltenham 75. Agent for all the best makes of Pianos, lExpert advice. FoP Sale, W DDING Cardsd 'J'yped liroulars, SReroeavemeaot Cards, artistically lrintod, promptly delivered, "News" (ocie, Cheltenlham, PRIME Sun?kors and Slips. GRIFFITH, Argus it. and Moorabbinrd, Cholten. himam, TIREWOOD.--2ft firewood, dry, and 'F sound, 40s per truck, 3M, Clements, Friulkston, ICYCLE, gent's, in good order, L angton, leviora Street, lMentone Heights, SET' of pony harness for sale, FP. Smiiley, Montone, Wanted ODD JOUB of any description-- ough carpentering, ainting, inting, gardening, fonoing, etc; old material re.built, Chol touhamn to Chelole, A post oard to M,.J. larkins, Montone, will receive prompt attention. Missing, ` ll,ll,.\M 1(TU,0, pai tor, now a ? i\tal, hlo...

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Enlargement of "The-News" [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

EnllaIgmellIt of " Tho 1Noe~s" -TLhis week sine It further adviaulncmon in the history of " Tho Noews," It will in futureo blo publihio:l as an eight-pago paper. Next wreek the whole of it will be recast and space provided which will on able us to give more extended reports of functions throughout our wide district. We havo lung felt the c3ntinued presstuo on our advettising space, with resultant effect on the nows columns, and have now decidled upon this penmanout progressive, move. We thank our cliouts for the sup. port extonded to us during the past throo oanrs, support which has enabled us to ncreaso the circulation of "The Newa' more than threeoofold. during that period, We anticipate a continued oxtension of that support, as the enlargelnent costs lmonoy, The Dog Insluspct.r. (' r U. ]lrownliold has givou notice of' imotion to enitcel theo appoint?eut of ir W. T''owvnsend to this position. The discussion takes plaeo at heo Moorabbin 0oun1lil meeting on Mon day, ,1 , . Carnival...

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A Remarkable Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

A Romarkablo Girl, Theoro.is living at a point on Rast bay, near Pensacola, la.,, a renmar blo family ff Tour boys and oe yoig woman, i'ho boys consider their sister to be. one .t themselves, she being'in nearly every aispects iaundy as a boy should be and haring the labors other brothers. They an draw the lioes of a ship, how the i;nlers, build and launcht her, and sall her niound the wirrld, They have done it and are doii, g it again, The schooner a\ ; l, ii flif:?littl ' V?'ie.thlilth thiy have bitiil; i.s at lIesloit somewhere on the p:Ilf ?u nerl commn ld of one of .the ),i:thi'., who is a meat expert navigator; The other brothers said sister arc now Cen gaged in building another and a larger vessel, which is well under way. Birds that Speak, The parrot is generally supposed to have the monopoly of the power of talk ug among bIirds, but as a matter of ftel, the o .rrot is decidedly inferior to the ilyniah. Thro are O always examples of these birds in the iusect house at the Zoo...

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

A. JAGO Builder and Contractor Frankston Road, CIIELSRA, Plans prepared and estimates submitted, Metal shop'fronts a speciality. J. R. Bond, The Chelsea Fruit Mart, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in season always on hand Opposite Station, -Chelsea. Mrs. A. Bartlett, WOODLANDS DAIRY, ARGYLE AVENUE, Chelsea. BEGS to notify the public that she he s opened a DAIRY at Ihe above ad. Fresh 1ilk delivclcd twice daily Cream always on hand F. W. Hunter SADDLER Opposite Station, CHELSEA, Harness repaired promptly, Best material used, Moderate charges, F. H. Powell, Builder and Contractor, House Painter and Siguwriter, Contracts taken. Estimates given Local Agency of Guardian Assurance Company. Berry .Avenue, Chelsea F. J. Jones's General Store, CHELSEA. Orders called for and delivered punctually. We want your patronage, CARRUM BUTCHIERY, A. Marks ON SALE : Primest Beef, Mutton, Small Goods, etc. Deliveries daily throughout the district, Phone, Chelt. 142, Ladies' and Children 's General Drapers, e...

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

Football. We shall be pleased to receive brief reports from ecoretaries or the appointed presh correspondents of any club. En velopes will be supplied free, upon apphl catio±. Copy can then be sent per rail, free of charge.

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

T erribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ý ANNABEL GRAY. C 'APTEIt XII, ANTICIPATION. "No chlorcher qu'un regard ," . , . . Her soul," 'To beat 'its wings at hope's vain goal," Leonard came at last to her, after a few days' separation, Ho longed to seeoo hlir, It might be. but a short lived passion with hinf; but while it lasted it was a very ardent one, "Alol love strongest, women long cst," says the proverb, and now earth ,seemedlC again transfigured. This separation had but fanned the mutual flame- so different was it from the irrovooeble parting, the deliberate banishment that thrusts a woman away into darkness for over-the parting that is pitiless as death and as cold, With all its terror, antl none of its wilderness and the soul shrivelled up as a scroll, He arrived late one eveoning at Wil ton-place, and-after a very kindly greeting, ?i's, Desart good-naturedly gathered up her crtwels, leaving hlinm and Lenore alone. "You will soon be my darling wife," he whispered: "You have eas...

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QUEENSLAND'S COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914

QUEEfSLAND'5- COTTON, • Mlany and varied opinions have been advanced as to the suitability of Queiensland, from a climathi. standpoint, to become one of the cot-I ton producers of the Unit.d Kiln domr. Since the civil war in the United States-nearly fifty yo:rs nago -Englaund has reallsed the nee'sity,. I of promoting the growth of cottb"i Il Britih Dominions. During that war Lancashire - the homo of cotton manufacturle-?-was thrown into a codilition of famine and misery, owing to.the auddcn cos cation in tile suppliae of raw cott-n from. Amorlca, Both employers and enployoes agreed that vt"h a pose. sible condition of affairs ias unton ablo, and according!y the 3ri ish ('ottongrowers Assoclation was fr m* ni fcr the purpose of encouriging .otton-growling in the overse:s Do. minions. Since its formation impo. tant 're?uilts have be?n the outcom0e, RIlodesia, West Indies aid IFast Africa have vastly Improved and :n cr'ased their cotton fields: inlcel, ,:ith ?uch nu':ese that in fuew ...

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