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ADDRESS ON WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

ADDRESS ON WATIER SUPPLY. Cr W. Rain, who was received withapplause, said he was very pleased to accede to the request of the Association to deliver this address, he referred to the gigantic strides made in the progress, and population of the South Riding, and contended that the three Councillors representing that most important part of the Shire had a great strain put upon themr,they were responsible not only to the people in the prox. imity of the foreshore bat to the farming community of Keysborough and Wells road, In dealing with the money pro. vided by the ratepayers a great amount of responsibility was in. curred, and a great amount of tact neeeasary. He claimed that their three representatives had done well and said theywould continue to do so. He advocated the adoption of the water scheme of the conference as already published, and sald that the people of Chelsea deserved great praise for their brave hearts, as in stanced during the season just passed through when they had r...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Chelsea Congregational Church [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

Chelsea Congregational Church SThe third nuniversary of the Snn. day sohool in oonneotion with' the above huroh was hIeld Iroently, and was voted a great suooess, The singing of the ohildren was exoep. tionally good, Mr F. A. Terrill acting as oonducotor and Mrse M*, Terrill as organist, The ohurch was prettily deoorated with green foliage, inter. laced with various shades of dahlias, On the Wednesday follbwing, an entertainment was held when the ohuroh was again over orowded, Rev W , SPearse presided and gave a brief address, the following pro, gramme being submitted :-Solo, A Sablnr; reoitation, S~-Bannerman; a flag march by several soholars; reoi* ration, Miiss Edith Terrill; duet, Misses J, and J. Grant, and quite a list of items by several -. childreh. The superintendent (.!r F, A. Terrill) gave a lengthy report on nSunday school work, stating that in eleven months the attendance had incoreased from 21 ohildren to 73, Prizes were distributed to the follow. in :-Willie Ballard, ...

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TERRITORIAL TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

TERRITORfXL TrJ )IBLES. ---+-~ Aifairs in the North:rn Territory adpear to be in a e.haotic ana un hatisfactlory condition genorally, After a periodl ?ffnt in pritiowor thy attueapt, to infuse into the Fede rial Government some active settle mont policy, Dr. Gllruth has .lft Molbourne. and returned. to Darwin with something to the good for his time spent in the south, The rimiours and reports afloat, addld to the un settled feeling, which apparently gore hand In hand with Torritorial at/hira, are not calculated to induce solid .inttloment - either in numbers or capital t and the constant channge of officials and policy which th3 Terrl tory endures with each cba-ige of Ministry, is fatal to any solid pro-. gross, The chief obstacle Which . farmera, have t;to fighllt li the difficulty- of get ting their produce to market, 'Tb. qLicstion . of climate seems to be tatis. factorily settled, and, after allowing for exaggeration; it is obvious that many of the "unendurable hardships and dis...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

MOORABBIN. On Sunday last, the 50th aunni versarj of the local Methodist Sun day School ,as celebrated. Three remarlkably well attended services were hold, the Rev James T'rat.han from Dandenong officiating at each, Special singing by the scholars was greatly appreciated, and oonsIder. able assistance was rendored by the Mo rabbin Orchestra under the bat,n of Mir Giroud, On the follow. ing Wednesday the celebrations were continued, and .a tea an. public meetingheld in the school hall, Anaiu the attendancewas l rge, and a finemusical programm. by the children was much enjoyed, The sele.ary's eport (Mlr A, Green) which was read during the evening, proved most satisfactory, and met with general approval. The cele bratIons constituted a fitting wind. up to a splendid year, and there is eve.y indication of further growth n this branch of the loorabbin Churchlife dturing the year jiu~.t entered upon, The library committee intend holding a picture' show at thie pub. lic hall on T'hursday n...

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Chelsea Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

Chelsea Progress Association The usual monthly mooting of mnembers was hold last Saturday., The president (,r J, James) pre sided over a large attendance, inolud ing a number of ladies, and remarked that the first duty would be a very pleasing one, that of welcoming to the meeting and congratulating the newly.elected connoillor for the South riding, Cr R. A. Colenso. Or Colenso heartily thanked the meet ing for the cordial reception, and hoped to prove worthy of the honor of being elected their ropresontative. The president informed the moeet ingthlat the new Mornington Asso ciation was now 150 strong, Oorrespondence, From Mr Daligleish, inquiring when the making of Thames Prom enade was going to be completed. It was in a bad stato. The councoil had raised the valuation from £5 to £8, and slhould make another quarter of a mile at least. The president said the coiinoll would go on with it as son as passible., From Chelsea Fire Brigade, re requesting that a member be ap pointed to the...

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

IPROGRESS ASSOCIA. TION. The monthly meeting of the bove was held on Wednesday evening in the Mechanics' Institute. The president; Cor R. A, Colenso, .who occupied the chair, aokniowldged with 'thanks his eleotion us their representative on the coancil, stating that he fully recognised the importl ance of the positiof', Oorrespdndonce was road by the secroltary (Mr MoCirth') 'in reference to the garb, age rate to farmers. Or Colonso said that he had brouglht the matter bdfore the shire counoll, an'd the shire secretary is to present a report at the next council meeting. Appli oation had also been made for the attendanoe of the sanitary rate oollec. tor once a month in the township, Mr R. W, Jones stated having re coived the necessary papers re the position of J.P. The president stated that . a' switchboard was.. -now installed at the telephone oflioce,. The aotion of' the president in on gaging the hall foir the evening on accoount of the address by Cr Rain was endorsed on the motio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

BOOTS Latest Style and Quality Marshall's Latest Ox-blood Bals, 21s Wallaby Bals, bogo toes, 15s 6d Glazed Kid Bals, 18s 6d. Box Calf, 18s ' Woman's Ox.blood Shoes, 14s Od .+ Woman's Court Shoes, Kismets, 14s 6d J. M. GILMOUR, BOOTSELLEi AND MORDIALLOt. Phone, 41 Chelt, TIS NIA IS YOUGN * AT 58 YEARS. He is a ? VITADATIO Man, Stlherefore has the blood of youth and vitality In his veins. .'rhll, notwithsanding thie 'fact 4' f t" S tlhat eighteen years ago lie was pronounced absolutely . incurable, suffering from that ,. : 7 terrible disease IIYDATIDS. i . ?' ?) ..../ !I- He spellt over £1,000 i1 ,, \ W doctors and medicines before SI / t ie took VITADATIO, which I . thlloroughly cured himn, and lihe '" / ' has since made t lllhs life's / i ' .'i l r i i i// sion to introduce the Sledicine that cured him to "f ,,( i^ v ''.^ O, ,, tlher sufferers In most corners aI t /It,,,) ;¢l.^'..::.)! of ti) ie earth where there la 'f ~ 7~ ':; I sufirrina humanity. .. l i. ' il i "y' Be a Vitadlati...

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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

CARRUM. A meeti:g of the reorention re serveo oommittee is to be held on Monday night with a view of oalling tenders for clearing the road. At a meeting held on Thursday last, three political organisations agreed to hold a combineod social evening. The date of same was fixed for 6th Mlay, the soc?etles being the A,W,NL, P LP. and P 1, Brief speeches will he deliver ed by represeatati'es of each organ. isation,.

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AUSTRALIA'S RECORD SCIENCE CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

AUSTRALIA'S RECORD SCIENCE CONGRESS. ----+----- In a few months' timen a record 'thoring of scientists will he hid( :n Australia, The British Asso1l, :;on for the Advancement of Scienoe, a to hold its enlightoni pg and inter cct.ing meetings In £he Common wealth, and both nationally and in dividually we, appreciate the impor tance and significance of such an event. Professor David, the Australian :'roseldent,. has just returned from England, and is able to furnish some ateresting particulars as to the cornm rnngress, and the eminent men who will participate in it. He says: "'It is obvious that in the 400 mcm hers who intend to visit these shore1 uext July and August, the elite cf Liritish solence will be splendidly re presented, and a great I fature of thl •iait of the association will be th?o cturos 'given in the evening to large audiences, These will all he more or less available to the puble. Two of the four evening lectures to be given ii Sydney will be public lecturts, at which...

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CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

CHELSEA. ~--.--...--.. The monthly meeting of the Dis trict Benefit Society was held on Monday evening at the Fire Station The presldent Mlr Jenni igs occupkd, the chair. The secretary Mr G. Barnes reported 1ntcviewinl one or two people who had paid initiation fees, passed, and been put on the dootor's list, thereby rendering t1he society liable for them, atnd then proceeded no further in the matter. On the motion of Messrs W. McGarry and J, Somersal, it was decided to request tile doctor not to place those who pass examination on his list unless notified by the seoretary Resolved that the secretary, treas. nror and truastee, Mr Bond, interview the doctor in the matter, The secretary also reported that the society was becoming more popular, its membership was gradually in. creasing, and considered that in a short time and with such small ex* penses, it would surely accumulate funds to inyest, Mr J, R, Bond said the membership should be much larger, and suggested the appoint. mnent o...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor, Sir,--Through the columns of your worthy journal I would like to point out and give publicity to what in my humble opinion, is a flagrant breach of the recognlsed etiquette of business, I refer to the indisorin. inate carrying on of the estate agency business by several local tradespeople, who take it on as a side line. Now, sir, I consider every man to his trade, and let every man give his attention and super vision to the business on which he is dependent for his weekly pittance Some people attempt to manage stores, estate agencies, and all kinds of business and then wonder why success is so long coming, " Live and let live," isa good motto, which some people have not yet learned. Yours, etc., A BUSINESS MAN. Chelsea, 22nd April, 1W14.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

Co operative Stores-The managemont of these storoe at Chloltenhaul advertise they will be olosod on Monday (Eight Hours' Day), also on Thursday, lor tho h~alf-yearly stooktaking They urge that all accounts should be paid beforo the 30th inet, 0so that clients may partioipate in a lsrger dividend Beaumaris Hotel--In our advertising columns will be found an announcement from tlhe new proprietor,. Mr J M'Lanugh lin Aunotion Sale-Coghill and lHaughton, in conjunctioa with 0 H Roaund and Co, ad vertise a sale by auotion at Bandripgham on Saturda!y nqxt bf la w b villa, and land 6(0 x 120 Bentleigh Statioln Estto--'VlsT sale of those valuablo sites take? place this after noon at3 p m on the ground

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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

ASPENDALE. The forthooming dance in aid of the funds of the Aspendale Fire Bri. gade promises to eolipse anything of the kind previously attempted in the distriot, and many of the young people are looking forward to the 8bth prox., when the daihoe takes plaece and inaugurates the season of teopsiohore. The committee of ladies with Mrs A. .1, Hopkins as hon secre tary, is making an aotive .canvass fr the disposal of the tiokets, We always undersood that printers had the monopoly of coining new words, either by accident or design One <f tto.e horrid sclib bles, from people who coasider writing ink cheaper, and more effective than printers' ink has, however, come under our notice, In this the gifted author solemnly announces " Subject to the patronism of the public, the dances will be continued weekly. The Iawthorn City Rand, under the conductorship of Mr J. Booth Gore, which won first place in the " C" grade competition, and other contests, is to give a sel cted pro gramme ...

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CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

CHELTENHAM. A very nice six.roomed house has just been completed to the order of Mr G, Rose. It is zhleady occupied by Mr A, Davidson and a family of five. As this meoans an addition to the popqlation and archlteoture of the township, we venture the opinion tbfh twenty such houses could he occupied within a week of their com pletion. So enthusiastic has been the re. ponse to the proposal to acquire a modern orgtan for the more beauti ful rendering of services at St. MIatthews' Church that arrange unents were made possible by which the organ has been secured at once, and erection of same has been pro ceeding during the week, Th?e organ is a beautiful instrument, made by Smith, of Bristol, England, and although of great power pos sesses a mellow tone of exquisite sweetness. It will be blown by a water power engine connected with the Yan Yean, Th'e organ will not be tUnveiled till onext 'l ,;vE p ing, when a festival ded?t" i vice will be held at 8 p.m., to which all are invited. Speci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

Enamel - Sauce pans A SPL1ENDID SELECTION Fp pecilly marked below oity prioe. Judge Brand (Stevens) THOMPSON & CO Anglo Enamel Co, (oHAs. H, 'AIRBANCK) Blackmann's (Grey) NEPEAN ROAD, THE BEST ' Phone ot4 h COHELTENHAM Electricity ! The gates of the whole wor'ld are open to the eleotrician. Ho will go where he will. He will get what he wants ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY The world's moving power £1,000,000 to be spent in eleotrifying thoe railways, Jot this down. Tbhe man with olectricity in his head has whet he likes in his pooket. Our terms are so reasonablo that the poorest man can boecome an eleotrioian Go now, right away. Write away for particulars and find out how to become a successfu electrician, F. S. Beckwith, F.I.P;S,, Eng., Principal 165 Colhns Street, Melbournae Beach Blocks a ,o *At AslpindLie, Cililsa aid C r um, 'To scure one nc you IIIusL act quickly, £5 Deposit *.. £1 per month. W. A. TOWLER, Auctioncer, 406 Collins Steet, City, o Local Offices, P.ii-iie C:niral ...

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MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

MENTONE. Rev i~ather Quinn met with a minor acciic' t last Saturday after. noon. Whilst riding a motor bike near Malvern, the machine skidded and the popular priest fell, The damages sustalned were fortunately very sltght and he was able to re sume his pastoral duties yesterday. On Tuesday evening a "poiund night" was held in St Patrick's school hall by the members of both branches of the HIA.C.B. societies. rler, was a good attendance of m~n:mbrs and friends who all voted it a pleasant evening. Dancing and mtlsicalIttems comprised the pro. gramn'e, amongst the contributors of thelatter being Misses Comber, Townsend, McMahon, Ibenthall, Richards, with Messrs Geary and L.mon, Inquiries are being made as to wh.n the skating seaon is to cominence. A combined skating and picture show season' should be profitable. The ,Ioorabbin Conieli has de cided to make further efforts to secure a station at Parkers' road, Mr O. R. Suowball 3,1J.A, Is to be approached td arrangae for an ioter view wi...

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Football Carnival [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

Football Carnival With a view of *oammenoing the season, and of giving players a pre liminary run, a semi-gala day was spent last Saturday at Oheltenham, A prooession.was formed,,of a limited length, the rendezvous' being the Reci,eatiion Ground. A fancy diess game was played for a while, where the funny elemenit oreated great laughter. .The antics of several characters, who played contrary to all the rules of football were exceed ingly good from a spetaoalhir ro;nl ot view, if not f"rom a scientific exposition ot the game.' "Mr H. Ma; tin secured first prize for the best sustained clianiuter, and Mi J. War. buitoti kicking the football. In :th hlitadibnii rabo, the resnlts were ; First hbEeat-Mrelan d 1, Smith 2; second heat-Towns 1, Barbeir 2; third 'heat-Oa-rson i, Johnson 2. 'inal-Towns I, Smith 2, Johnson 3. The sum of five shillings was dis tribiited amongst three little fellows, who' appeared in fancy costumes, .via., F, Howard, J. bale and B., Monk, After the humor m. contes...

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MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

MORDIALiLOC. At a meeting held on Wednesday night, the proposed carnival for 1914 was abandoned, An effort was made by Messrs Goddard and Lawn to seoure a oarvival on a modified scale, viz., by having a fancy dress football matoh and a concert, but the effort was frustrated. A meeting is to be called during September with a view of arranging for one during 1915 The death blow for this year's event was struck by Messrs Caudwell and Collis, owing to lack of interest shown by .residents, Fafioy this in progressive Mordialloo, .About 40 couples attended the Cinderella dance last Saturday in the Meohanics' hall, and although there was a small financial loss owing to the numerous 'hall charges, the en tertainment was most enjoyable. The company were select, and the management perfect, The musio of violin and piano gave satisfaction, although the musioians had to catch the last train. Another similar dance is to be held in she same hall to-night, and arrangements have been made for a piani...

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Can the Public Win. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

Can tile Public Win, In proportion to its population, Australia devotes more time and money to horsa.racing than' an!y country in the world. It is the gamblingelement, of course, that sustains the racing to such an extent and in "Lifo" for May, just published the question as discused, "Hns the geSneral publio that supports the rao ing a fair chance of ooming out on the right side in its transaotions with the bookmakers?" G.-M. Dash, who has had a ve'ry longand varied acquaintance with racing, argues the question .very olosely, and produces a list of argu ments and examnples to illustrate tlhe felicitous hIgio of the racecourso gaminbler, H analysosnmauy, of the systems and suptstitioNs ipon which thb mnan-in-thoestreot spebtilatos his money, and shows how fuftil-" those are, Withount in any way adopting the pulpit attitude, but merely as a hard-headed business man, he roitera tea "Punch's" advice to those about to gamble, "Don't," 'This is onebif a serioes of special, ilustlatod art...

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AUSTRALIAN AND CANADIAN RECIPROCITY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914

AUSTRALIANN AD C OANADIAN RECIPROCITY. -------.-- ith icharactrtltici enterpriseo ani. hitlatlve, Mr, Ohick, thbs. raircstlta ttioe,of ailulrgo firm of fruit pa'ktra il Brltlsh Columbia, has put 'h!s :i g'r on the weak spot In our ir do: poloy, and nsuggested a praJtLi.l method.for improvement, by ,wh.lu anch .country may :bencfit by th: other's seasons. The Interstnte' Co:rml:s'on 'lir heard and. approved of Ml Ohifck 's proposltlons, and It is liro' a 'le 'hit, nuch good will thereby ace 'uo €1? .Uonmmon'wealth as well as Onnnd~, Amongst. British conlun'ties t'ler. 'sa, strong inclination 'to allkw tra cv to develop itself along the line a' least resistence;'to assume a clm, "io,-commlttal. !'stand and w;'t" at. 'itudo, and to take the openin s 'ht the gods proVlde,. rather tlh' 'o grasp and forco opportunftlcs wai' the invineal.bl optimism and suth'ine aollf-onMidone and energy which 'ihas ,mtads Amer?la .wst it 'is, Instead of abidingg by a tarlf which iII dflorcctl all tlhrough...

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