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AFRICAN LAME SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
AFlIIUAN LHMri. aivuniE.oo 01o An inv\s'ligation (if tho South Afri- n( :an disoaso known an lhinsiiokle, or01 lae i jiokncs, suiggests that it is due to a ol ipe&lt;cial plant moi0ion that is goillralod a diiir abormil conditions in grassesd m 'r other plants that lnio normally harm- gi less, Its dovolopmont seoms to bo as- at ociatod wifh umnusual weatheer and soil w, xpieriences, of which summnor drouglit to Sminportiant. Throuigh such conditioisi tI wvilting would favour tho formation of ~ btho poison, and this gives oxplnation dm for tio commion belief that tlo disease of results froin eating wiltod plants, ti, Olicago rioontly passed a byo-law re rjliring all windows in tall office build ngs to bo so constructed Oa to bo wash-, ble from tho insido,.
THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON. IMMIGRANTS AND REVOLUTIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON. MM IURAN''TS A4) D REVOLUTIION 'ARIES, By Stephen Graham in the "Daily Mall.'!). . (Mr. Stephen Grahamn knows more about Russian life aind charactor than any livingt Eng ilislma. He has tra vuled all over fussia, living for months with the peasantry as one of them solves, and he has described his adven tures in a series of vivid and mau;terly books--"Adventurs ,in the Caucasus," "A Tramp's Sketches," '"Undiscovered Russia," "Changing Riussia," and "With Russian Pilgriims to Jerusa lem.") Not infrequently on WVcdnesdaays or 'Ihursdays you may see, down at the docks at Tower Wharf or Tooloy street, the disemlibarkation of many hundreds of Russian peasant men and women and Jews and Jowesses out of a dingy Baltic steamer, The Russians are in the slheepslkins? they havo astraklhan caps on their heads or old peak hats. They carry packs on their backs, red-painted wooden chests under their arms, wicker baskets in their hands. They have sacks full of crusts of bread....
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS, 'Io finish oattlo well is one of the ob.. jects of the feeder, and oatmeal has a great reputation in this way, It is said to impart that hardness of touch to the flesh which the butcher likes, The bhot way to feed it is merely to damp it and roll into balls, allowing the animal to partake of it at leisure. There should not be more than 3 per cent. of milk-fat in' the whey, which is the serum remaining after the curd has been removed, in the manufacture of cheese. Whey should be transparent and of a greenish color. When a cheese has beg,i carelessly made the whey is rich in fat, and of a whitish, or milky color. Turpentine, ill which is dissolved as much camphor as it will take up, is pre eminently the dressing for lacera tins, bruises, and cuts. Its antiseptic action is equal to that of carbolic acid. it speedily stops the bleeding, allays the pain, and hastens the process of healing. Few, if.any, .tlcers long re sist its continual application. The nature of the ...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
OF RURAL INTEREST (By "?ustious.") At tle time of writing the prnspcctl for autumnr are not cheering. Thi long-continued dryn'ýss and the advent of mornings that suggest the approaich of frost point to a bad winter, This applies particularly to the dairying industry, The Western distriot is badly in need of immediato rain, which, if it falls within the next week or so, 'night cause an increase in the supply of milk and butter. Othorwiso it will be very unlikely that any increase will take place in the supply coming to .llcbournol from that quarter until June or July. The butter now coming to Mellou'lno from many factories is very poor' in quality, Owing to the small supplies of cream in many parts of the country farmers' cans take lon ger to fill, and consequently produce only v\ery indifferent butter. Condl tions 1are generally very dry along the Murray, leas than bin, of rain having fallen in nine months, The irrgatioi areas are producing a little butter, but many factories are cl...
SOIL PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
QUIL. rnUDiD.rlloQ Soientists have viewed the properties g f the osoil from many standpoints. At fi no timo it was thought that tho solu- p ion of Iho fertilising problem would beo ound by the return to the soil of the t. rinoipal fertilising ingredionts extract- t d. by the orop, This seemed simple p iough, but unfortulnatoly ind to be a bnndoned as unsatisfactory, as it life o ut of account toe complex naturo of a lo soil and the chehmical, biological, t* ad physioal agenoicn, whioh all exert illiuences of a more or less unportant t' lIaraoter. Of lato years those obsouro 9 goncios lhave rcceivcd more atteoltion, nd tho iniportanco of furtheor investi ation seem to e)o well warrantced Theoir fudy has bcoomo an established and 'oil recognised part of theo soil prob m11. nllaotrial notivitics have, under lo light of modern scionco, boon shown i exert a great influonce in soil pro ictivonces, ti okinds and abundanoe f the bacteria carrying in thlo funo- r ions of fertility according ...
AGRICULTURE IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
AGRICULTURE IN GERMANY. Edited at the English Foreign Of fieu and Board 'of 'Trade, the report of the Coasul-General for the important distriot of 1Dusseldorf has just.lieen is., suied. .. This report contains some highly instructive information about the posl, tion of agriculture to Germany, and affords a glaued at its enormous dove ioupitent, The wheat and sugar beetroot crops of 1912 wore very much larger than thoso of 1011. Unfortuatuly, the quality of the crops was somewlat marred by the unpropitious weather; the latter rather spoiled the spring. sown barley and oat crops, and all the wheat orops suffered from the wet sum Imcr' The rye crops, which ripen car liar wore good, both in qtuantity and quality, The statistics for the last three years. show an inorease of 800,000 tons in the wheat clop and an increase of 782,000 tons in. the rye crop, Thu rye crop of 1912 was a record one. Tihe out and barley crops were larger in 1912 than 1911, and the potato crop of 1012 surpassed th...
SOLACE OF READING. LORD ROSEBERY'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
SOLACE OF READING, ILORD RISIBER11Y'S ADVIOC, Tl'ho Earl of Rosobery visited Glas gow and was present at the Rloyal technical Collego to witness the oerc moany of receiving the new associates. 111 tle course of an address, he said: ,\s rgards your own avocations, pro iessions, and handicrafts that you are going to pursue, 1 will only venture to give you this piece of iadvioe - throw ail your energy and your pride into your craft, perfect it, and exalt it by your devotion. By doing so you will infinitely extond your own talunts, and you will raise your wholo conception of a lifo devoted to the profession which you have cheoscn, It is only by unit ing these high ideals t'o the practioe of lile that any success under any oir cuinstances can be attained, Just consider for a moment.. If you re gard your own avocation as a, dfily grind, only meant to grind money out for your own support, it coneases to have any good inllueuno on your life, and as your collnection with it.grows longer a ce...
CHURCH CAMPS AT CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
CHURCH CAMPS AT CHELSEA, (By thu Skipper,) To run a ton d-tlys' oamp for 1lI/1 penr mniembbr, including rents, was the auhiCevelmOei of the Klilur'mbc? at CUcl s??ea, a1111 d thle IIInaI11111S Vtodlitt, 0l 1 liso ibii 0u1gh1t to know, wan Chlin thoe ruting was an unqlltulucl sutcccs. 'The L'.iIIII, which ' e collineloutal with the hittlusca ? resbytterian charge, lustedtl from the 3rd to tlh 'L' M?rt . 'u The 1 1iniator (uIer, ])ouglas rllruc) had chlrge of the youtg miu's caimlp, and 'is's lrhue sulllr\'isced the young wolion's, Th'hi nmilbl of cilmplers riagcd Troi 13 to 1], aln i included young peol Irnlo m the \'h ittlesea and 11h irna clngrega tiulls, Ilbh meiip s inido L'inllll alnuse l i ma?ls, the cooking being at inlt, i to by each cllolper inll tllll, lthe young man doing their share. ('amp discipline wias stritly obs?crvcd, though in no way i'iiorI l our icoilvoli tional, ''lho usual daily routino was: -Sonl bathing, 7 to 8 a.in, breuk 'ing' frdo; dinclui, 12,80 to 1.80; ...
PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER, Frecqunt milking, but only a little at a tune, is found one of the best pro ventives, and for this reason leaving the onalf with the cow (some say for 24 hours; but for a week is better) is generally successful. As gross feed. ers, good doers, and heavy milkers are more liable, it is a good plan to take these off green feed, and put on a spare diet of dry fodder" a week before calving. About three or four days beo fore calving a purgative is advisable, For this, 8cz, glauber salts, loz. gin ger, and a little treacle, in a quart of water, will be found effective. As the accepted ouro by means of pure air pumped into the udder seems to point to the fact that an anaerobic (without air) bacteria is the cause, it isadvis able on this and other grouiids to vig *rously disinfect floor and walls of byres1 rugs, utensils, etc., and flush out to0 cow.. A milk-fever outfit should always be kept, so that pure air can oe pumped in, and the udder and sur rouindings lisin...
CHELSEA FIRE BRIGADE. PROCESSION AND BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
CHELSEA FIRE BRIGADE. l'ltOCISS10N AD 1A'1AA1(, The pr.mis' of a ianoy (dreLsj pry ,evasion, t anttri?d a Jnrgo vrowtl of, p'o ,plo to thI starting pluco, opposite tho post olliuo, on E'nitor Mondumly auftr 11i(1 thluy f?'e not disppi tl np0lrl 'd, for noon, Thoy oxpcut.d sombtling good llu tulf'anir wnts i t 'slinlt iji3 uos tI a uiil nil points of view. 'Thlo plriO sion uits not, g~wt in regard to umn?bors, but the ulhUraoters roprusent.1l wuru, exowodingly well carried out, and thu i3assis and UO~til(lpis l mine ntly u' it ablo, *?ir J . . Bond.l;was a Chin oeo hIluwkor to tjli"n3lulllur bor1nl 10 hIls evidently lhad considdrble oxporl eline uamongst tlhe rinee ilnd uppeared jiii.to jl'oliioil in their hlnguugu; he lhad 11 ousi3i taking i.art', who ?laI did very well. iMr., H, $teolo, in uvtpropriluto osbtullu auld musk, Im3ad'3 a plend,l d l 0ll'fl, Hio aHcltk'd tile pairt to the lil'er, and1 dispiliyed gruat au3tivity in l)onutlrdit p1a3sing i'ohicles, parl'tiel lirly ilhun the...
The Easter Holidays THE BUSINESS ASPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
The Eistel' l 0olidays TfIll RUSINESS ASPECT. Tne whole of our seaside distriot was.innadated with visitors durinu the hulidays. ;Old and yo;ung alike were olut for a good time, and had it'. The weathor was not sxaetly perfect, but on the whole satisfac t iy, taud did not mar the enjoymentu of piouiokers to any groat extent, It, is woi'thv of record that, although the populstion had an enorloris temn. porary inoreaso, the wants of all were met without inconvenience. This speaks volumes for the energy, fore. sigl t and methods of t'ervice of the business sootion of the oommnuuity. Sonro visitors still linger to the anti. tq?utod' idea that business 1peoplooiot. sidoe of Melbourne a?d Chapel- street canuot cater for a crowd, the illusion s'hould be dispelled after the exper iance during the reoout holiday;, (
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
FOOTBALL hAdditional football notes appear on page 3 this weelr. i $ The seoretary of the Cheltonham olub (Mr P. WofF) desires to noaknow lodge receipts as follows: S. U. Goodman, 20a; E, T', Penny, 10s, * *u The unfurling of the pennant flag, won last season, by Choltenham, is to be unfurled by Mr J. Monk next Saturday, A meeting is to be held on Moun. day night, at Bond's fruit oafe, Ohelhea, with a view of. forming a combined olub to be termed Carrum and Cholsea. TheMontone club play a match tuo-day at Mentone, igainst the Erast Brunswick football club--a metro politan district team of note. Men totlne have secured a number of fine players, several of whom will be seen in the now uniforms to-day. 'Plh oommittoo are endeavouring to arnange for the erection of it shlower bath in the pavilion, which would be an apprelableo innovation.
THE RELIGIOUS ASPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
THE 1~REL?TIOUS ASPlIO'P, In nearly all the ohurches, speciai services were hold, either on Good Lriday or Easter Sunday. These were well 'attonded, thus piving evi donce that people realised the re ligious importanooce of the 1Easter BtfRfiOll, St, Matthew's, Chelteanbam.-A lantern servioe was hold on Gooad b'riday night. On Easter Sunday special singing was rendered at Evensong, which inoluded an anthem, in whioh Mr BouifOace and lMr and Mrs Croxfordcl were the soloists, Mr. Slack rendered, with marked effeot, as an ofertory solo, "I know that my Reneemer Liveth " Jaokson's "Te I)dum" was also sang by the choir, The vioar (Revy. C. Crotty) preaohod an appropriate sermon. Ohuroh of lChr'istl Cheltenhamn,- laster soevices were held on Sunday, when the ohoir rendered , The Story of the Cross," Mr A P, Wilson spoke on the subjeot.of "A Snuvey of the Oroes,.' Presbyterian Church, Montone, Rev. J, H-. Heowitt, M.A., spoke on Sanday night oni' the subject of "Life under a new aspeot." Th...
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, April 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
DANDENONG MARKE1, 'Tuesday, April 14th. A good nunlber of dairy &lt;attle yarded and late rates were' not quite sustained, except for best cows. Some of the top prices are as follows t:-?H G. Gamble, 7 to £10 les (d, T. E, Lempriero 5 to £9 Ils 6d ¥W U Keys (I to £10 12s 6d, F. ]lnsiedel 6 to £9 15S, Miss Mustard I at 49, I. Corri. gan I at 8, , . McLollan 1 at £7 106, A. Grifflthe I at .a7 15s, P T. Hoeywood 4 at 4S8, clKonna Bros. 2 t' £10 10s, W. iHussey 2 to 48 2s 6d, J,. Marwick 4 to £8 12s 6d, B. Kingston 1 at £8 10s, N. Bow. man :i to 4'8 10O, H. Jackson 1 at £3 10a, T. Madigan 2 to .8 15s. 8pringers--T. Lemnpriere 4 to ,48 lOs,. L.J ornigan 5 to /,'7 10s, J. Seales 12 to L7 12s 6 A, McLellan 4 to '7 5s, I,. Corrigan 1 at 4O 2d 6d. A short snpply of store, cattle, and nqt much demand eocopt for fleshy aorts. Pigs,.-.Small yarding and very dear, prices showing, an improvement on late rates. Calves-.Very few, forward, good do eiad,
Beaumaris Tramway INQUIRY RESUMED. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
B5taumaris Tramway INQUIRY IIESUMIED. Mr WV, Dickson, P M,, continued the hearing of evidence with regaid to the above, OU Thursday last. The witnesses hleard were Mri' IH. 11 Coaln, O.E , Jail!s Ii vine diiver,' and l r IH. Miliner,, rlalnagor' and awOl'Otii't,, ,? , ,M\r Coane said ho had reoeutly rnado an insi otion of the 1ln3 It wnas not in had order, though in places it requnired balllsting, The 'oelntre ,nrt r, qnired relaying, The abonce of ballast did not alffeot the safety of pnssengers. it would only tffeot the hIoises, Some of the rails were loose, and through expansion some were buckled, There wlas no danger on the line with such slow moving trams, .Thie nudercarriagos of .the ners needed overhaul, but they were not dangerous at the rate of speed. l'e did not think there was any liko lihood of the tramns falling to pieces. The state of the r,oad would bare consideiable beatinlg on the keeping of thu traock. T'h leakage of water. from the road would make it'difficult to ...
CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
CHELTENHAM &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Says the Dandenong " Advertiser" -Very successful meetings were held in the town hall recently at the anniversary services of the Church &nbsp; of Chlist. This was the first occa- sion on which the hall had been engaged for the three services, and the large number that attended was evidence of the wisdom of the venture. the snliol was fortnnati in souring the sorvines of M .\e .. P. Wilson, Ministei of the Chohlenhamr C'huroh of C'ridt, for the Sunday m'etiung. In his talk on flowers in the after noonl h ly?eld the alldience pof be obildren and sdnlts. At i iht he furither delnonstr'ated lis ability to idteiest? children in his talk to'thlm i. '( odil and died C.ompnny," and i?'also gave a. forool'l address on r0Whlist and tlýi Childl' ;' On ~ ister Monday Mr` Samuel Clayton, son of Mr Sydney Clayton, of Moorabbin, and Miss Bessie S. Bruton, danughter of'..Mr W. H. Brnton, of Cheltenham, were nunifo toget...
Obituary DEATH OF MRS. KEYS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
Obituary _o_ DEATH OF MRS. KEYS On Tuesday last the death occurred of Mrs Charlotte Keys at the ripe old age of 94 years. The deceased was the relict of the late Robert Keys, who was a prominent member of the &nbsp; Brighton and Moorabbin shire coun- cils. For some years the late Mrs Keys had been gradually failing, but &nbsp; considering he advanced age could be regarded as keen and hearty. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; She was born in Dublin, Ireland, and arrived in Melbourne 72 years &nbsp; ago. She was married in St James' &nbsp; &nbsp; Church, Melbourne, in 1847, to Mr &nbsp; Robert Keys, a resident of Brighton from 1845. Mr and Mrs Keys built and lived at the Brighton Club hotel, Nepean road, then a well-known coaching house, and subsequently the &nbsp; Elsternwick hotel, which they after- &nbsp; wards sold to Mr Young, of Young and Jackson. Mr Keys was one of the first...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 18 April 1914
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AUSTRALIAN OPERA LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
AUSTRALIAN OPERA LEAGUE, ------+--- i~luch musical energy and enthu iasm has lately been expondud ih the Commonwealth, and the tan?ible re ault is the formation and launching of the Australian Opera League. The purpose of this society is to creaontoe and foster an interest In Ats tralian music by the constant study and production of Australian operas, written on Australian subjects, arid interpreted by Australiqn artists, To the superficial obhkerver, this ef. fort is in line with the pther bran ches of art, which have long pinco formed themselves into cdmnpanl a to give local painters, sculptors, and authors a chance. of expre.s'on and recognition,.' The Australlan Opera League, however, appears to have a more difficult row to hoe,. To begin with, there must be made a deliberate and forced effort to cro ate an Auseralian school of opera for up till now there certainly has" been no such thing, This is an, u.ttr ly false basis' on which to. build our national songs-for music sla the ...
ILLS THAT FLESH IS HEIR TO. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
ILLS THAT FLESH IS HEIR TO. -+ The ills which the members of the:o Medical Congroos disoct, discuss, anai study are many and varied aIs i. natural. Small-pox was one of :!: ,lrst subjects discuscs2d, nni t:o ill b ries and treatm¶nts 'touahiied o? 'l. Dminent medical men calnnot fill t he of interest to a country wht:h ??: recontly flew the yellow I!ag on1 it. account, New South Wales and Ncw Zel1 ln were the two Austrahtsian comr u" ties to glean most experience in h r.ecnt outbreak, and Dr, Mon'k, N:w Zealand's health ofilcr, contribut::d a moat interesting paper on tl:e 1 v - Inosi and the best meanus to pro:cnt the spread of this dlh;tasŽ, Mitny l y Inen have exprcssed diubtas to .he kact that tha unwelcome visitbtr we really smnll-pcx, and some nme:ihe f the medic?l profession also wo'q ,uelined to disheIlieve. This doubt is founded on the fa:t that the opidemic hns been of corin gularly mild a nature, and also that when a disease of this kind attc'-s a coloured race, likeo the...