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WILL U. B. THERE? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
WILL U. B. THERE? [Notillations under this headiing areO charged at the rate of 1/ for one inser. tion of three lines (about 18 wordas), 1/6 for two insertions, or freo of charge whNo the printilng therowith is execu tod at "The News" oflieo, The pullb lisher reserves the right to cut down any3 noieo Oxeceding three lines.] April 26--Hawthorn City Bhand: Aspen. dale, 3 pm April 80-Concert and Dance, Publio hall, Oholsea May 2-Euchre party and danco, Me chanios' Instituto,bIordialloc 8pmi May 3-Anniversary services, Church of Christ, Choltenham, 11 3 7 May 5 -Tean and publio mooting ditto; 5.0 p m May 6--Sooial ovoning, Moehanics' hall, Carrum,8 p m MIay 13-Eatertainmnoent, school hall, Dingloy, 8 p mn Juno 18-9ooial and DDance, lifle club, Choltenham hall, 8 pm
PRAYERS OF THE HORSE TO HIS MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
PIFAYEfRS OF THE HORSE TO HIF MASTER. To Thee, My Master, I offer my prayer ' Feed me, water me, and care, for me, when the dny's work is done ,provide me with shelter, a clean, dry behod, and a stall wide enough for me to lie down in comfort. Always be kind to me. Talk to me. Your voice often msans as much to me as'the reins. Pet me sometimes, that I may serve you the more glad ly and learn to love you. Do not ;erk the reina, and do not whip mo when going uphill.. Never strike, beat or kick meo when I do not understand 'WhatTyiu want, but give m~ a' chance to understand you. Watch me, and if I fall to do your bidding, see 11 something is not wrong with my har. ness or feet, Do not check me so that I cannot have the free use of my head. It .you insist that I wear blinkers so that I cannotr see behind me as it was in. tended I should, I pray you'be care. fill that the blinkers stand well out from my eyes, Do not overload me, or hitch nm where water will grip on me, Keep me well Bh'od...
THE POULTRY FARM. CLEAN EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
THE POULTRY FARM. CLEAN EGGS, In order to have clean eggs it ii necessary to have clean nests, Nests should be lined with clean straw. We have tried various kinds of nests, in. dluding several patent sanitary nests and have yet to find one that is self. cleaning. After years of experiment Ing along this line we have at last come to what I call a solution of the problem, We are now using' wire. screen bottom nests entirely, and they are giving perfect satisfaction, Not only are they self-cleaning but they are also better in the respect that eggs do not get nearly so easi ly broken in them, We use one-fourth-inch galvanised wire screening, and tack it on to the bottom of the nests where the boards ordinarily go, These wire-bottom nests also make it much easier to keep the nests free from lice or mites, To our way of thinking it;is by far the vr?y .bpt neat for laying hens. 1', ? ti! ie??., "'.we do not recom In~l ~eit twot cjgs in it evapp. ratedtoo jmucih, Gather the eggs. often. In ...
Doctors and Patients. SOME REMINISCENT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
Doctors and Patients. SO3ME REMINISCENT NOrES. Written for "The News" by "Saggittarius." It has been said that doctors differ. Well, of course they do, but the differences in the lay mind, o the same cases, are far greater. We all differ. The sweet scent of a difference with some one, especially with a doctor, is dear to us as the breath of our nostrils, We pt'ff it with pleasure. The best things in the world are not good enough for some people, and if an Angel from heav.n came down to dedicate us, someone would be sure to find fault with him, We hold that doctors are well agreed, ou the main lines, whils:, at the same time, there are clashing difLrences on our part, that produce a large amount of instructive umerri ment to those who are looking on. Attempts have been made to cata logue and classify doctors, but it is, an utter delusion for any person to think that when he has designated them in broad, general terms, the Medical Body, The Faculty, Phy sicians, Hiomeopathists, Hydrop...
WHERE IGNORANCE IS BLISS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
VIHERE IGNORANCE IS BLISS, As an example of pathetic ignor ence and misplaced--though no doubt consclentious--zeal, .we can have no more striking instance than tho'w members of the Society of Frinds .vho, before the Govcrno'-Ucneral designate of Australia left England, v;aited upon him and implored him to exert his influence towards a return to voluntary military training in Australia, Th'Plei question of the merits or de merits of compulsory training is. be side the mark, The polnt ls that a certain policy has beon formed, n:. proved and Introduced by a law which has been pansed by th,. peoplo'a representatives in the Commonwealth I'larliancnt and on the advice o' his Ministers the Govemnor-General o Australia has accorded it his assoeat. Ily what authority then do., a !body of Friends-or indeed' apy ot'elr lIritish institution - approach H-I e Mlajesty's representative in Australa and tender, a perfectly unlustflsabli request teat he should "support" the overthrow of the expressed...
"SAVING THE EMPIRE." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
"$SAVING T5HE EMPIRE," ----+--- Almost immediately t it probable that a naval conference w.il meet in London to discusse the ins!stent pro blems of naval ddfenco; and an Im perial Conference will be hlied nCxt year, when the question of ihe main. tenane of the general nnval supre mncy, of the wholse mplrc will be e~ pertly dealt with. The great crux of the future un doubtedly will be the mainteianca of white supremacy in the Pacific Odean. The,Premier of Now Zealand rcment ly foretold that the Pacific wou;d be. "tliohe storm centre of the future." That great American naval his torlan, Admiral Mahan, hat declared hat "the question of the Pacifice is '•robably the greatest world-prolem of the twentleth century;" and curi ously enough, 'some years back an O!xford professor expre?sell the opi 'ltou that the cutting of the Pananma 'an?l, allied to the. awakening of the E.,st, with its tooming 1:opulaltinl, -,ouldf exert "a profounler inf!luence ".ton the destinies of manklind, than the d...
MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 20th April. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. M onday, 20th April. Present.-The Preaident (Cr B. J. 1erdinando), Crs Suondds, White, Kelly, Brownield, Smith, tMarriott, Mills, Burgess, Shields, Eggleston and Small. The mooting was as usual, of inordinate length, commono. ing at 3.15 p.m., and finishing at ,9. The correspondence list only con tained thirteen letters, and many of these were more formal matters, which were disposed of with consider able rapidity, by being referred to the councillors of the riding parti. uonlarly interested, the engineer or the Inspector. A great deal of the time was spent in canons, which, of couree, we cannot tell the ratepayers about, but it is very easy to imagine how the time was wasted, The President, even in open council, is remarkably easy with his colleagues, they talk when and how they like prlaotically. Subjeot.s iare disncussed for awhile, then aide-tracked, and an irregnlar disonussion follows. If this ooocrs in open council, and it does, goodness only. knows w...
BENEFICENT FORESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
BENEFICE:11JT V;3ESTS fit important efcct upon cl'umto !hicl) the )llre''rcco or k]Ck of forctrJ : 0, is a z ..Lcct. vhich canno be1 ..tn cnou;i l r:pDrt~ld until all farm tr have thoro,;Ki;'17ler I nd the lao u.on aud set amlOt ?bniBitlng by it in *x praitle mal:nnr. Although 1r81 dtous~ion has al rCa."lv n ,i r ·" ,: O. i:"; u.s to 'infntll of a c:t,?r ,. it is ebill a do h~atabhe quc',io:1 ; i.,?a, ?i.it climats is agoected by thl pmoIicnc of trees, and uhlly canFhan:- In . thlir wlholesnalo d:t r::ction, tihm c.rn b3 no diubt. To prova thli lU)flt wo hiive only 'to turn to Am~recn'a eipirionce.o In Manitoba, U.vA,, fifty years ago, peaches grew hun!dlllantly, quite un *Aeected by the cm.nine; snluee then the forscats have been 'destroyed, an :the cultivation of the fruit has b?ac: abandoned in conts?quence. Northern :ansas, too, has found the sameo re :Mlt follow exeonslvo dforc?nttjon,: The large orrhardlsts in California have long recognisdl the invaluable. inrvice which treeo...
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. BAIKEIIS. . Rose, C(heltenlham, W, Gillespie, Mordialloe. J, THd, Chelsena, J. Ronuio, Montone, BOOTS. J. Matthows, Chlieltenham. . ()Os, 'Kerchel' l, Aspenidale ... " J. M. Gilmour, Morl'dialloo? - Sullivan, Monletone. . BLACKSMIT'IIS. A. (uest, Clheltenlnhamn. R.. J. Mitcholl, Mentol)e;. '! " ' ' A. Horsfall, Mordialloe. : . BUILDERS, IEtc. IE. Burdett, Aspendale. J. H, Jeffcer'soi, Brighton_. W. M, Billings, Carrum. W, Gauldy, .Mentone. . J. Willinmson, Chelsoan,. W, Adams, Mordialloc. F. HI Powel, Chelseaon, G. and A, Contes, Chelson. C, Brain, Chelsea, E. Downton, Aslpendale, .. A. Jago, Chelsea, G. It, Iledberg, Brighton North. J. I. Valeutinio , lea, aris;."aw J, W. Jones and Sons Mentone.. ,, ., i he?i,;. l: \V."CO. Bilppstead, Hllethertsn,. J,. Webb, Mlordiainlloc f . A. Poynton, Mordialloo. PaIico Bros., ?l[entone.. H. Hoewett, Clheltonhanm. J. leazloy, C!heltenhlam. A, MIarks, Carrmnn, .f, L, Ward, Carrumn. CA ITII.hERS. XV, Dougherty, Chlelson. S. C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
Tel. 57 Chelt, P. W. F4AIN, Plumbes & Eleotrloian ALBERT STREET, MORDIALLOC Repairs of all descriptions are undertaken Windmills, Gas Engines, etc, are ato adjusted. GUARDIAN ASSU1RANCE CO., LTD, of London Fire and Accident Established over 80 years Assets Exceed 6 millione ...............Local Agents,,,..,,...,,, F, J. NEWTON, Estate. Financial & Insurance Agents Mordialloo, Phone 121 OChelt Bentleigh Produce Stores. J. L. Smith, CENTRE ROAD, BENTLEIGH Telephone, 282 Brighton. Horse Peed and Produce of every desoriptlonialways on hand, J. Hart, Baker, etc. (close station), Chelsea. Noted for Small Goods. Fresh Daily. Mentone Hotel The Finest Seaside Retreat in Victoria, fitted with every convnilence and comfort for Visitors Sea Baths are at the door. Private IPionic Ground Boating, Plshing Private Dinne;s, Luncheons and Picniks catered f r. 'rL,E?roNE 14 CssTEaNRnA F, M. SOUDDS. G. MONK, Painter & Paperhanger CHELTENHA M, hitlttlrs PFrtnrpily Atitenrlded to ...
HOW TO MAKE A FLY-TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
HOW TO MAKIC A lLY-TtfAP. An Ingenious duiryman has con structed a home-nlade fly-trap which he has found effective in ridding his place of businuss of the pects. The trap is made from a box lit. long, Ift. high, and Itt. wide, both the sides and the top being sawn out and covered with wire netting. The box is then raised about a foot from the floor, and the neck of a large funnel is run up through the bottom of the box add adjusted tight, so that the mouth of the funnel is about an inch from the floor. A saucer of molasase or some~hing sweet to draw the flies is set under the mouth of the funn:l, leaving room for the files to go up the funnel and into the box. A soon as the box 1is hlled the files ire drowned, and thoeprocces repeated. "Marriage makes a big difloronco," sighed a wife the other day, "I've noticed that whenever I lsit on Jim's lap now Ids foot goesi to sleep much quicker than it use~l to." F102.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
W, Grundy BUILDER & CONTRAOTOR, MENTONE, Repairs EItected, and all obbing ext. cuted r .pediiously. PEimare.s Submitted' W, M, Billings, BUILDER and CONTRACTOR, Timber YVrd, Carrum. 'Phone 184v Chelt, J, Williamson, Underlatoa GENERAL BUILDING AND CA1RPEW TERING WORK throughout the district, ' timates supplied, Your lavors solicitoel All wio:k conocientiouily co.npleted PHONE 142 (5 rings)., Addr..ss--Shenfleld Avenue, CHELSEA, Post Office Store, Aspendale. All your requirements can bh6 promptly supplied at this Stare The combiuation of quality and price, ensures your complete sadilfaction Mirs, EWINS, Proprietress MgENTOiE DAIIY, P'ure.11k aini F odi Cre m ~ suppll, d CLFANI.INESS (UARANTEED PWINII; PABI'ITS (.AJ'ERED FOR, A?, T, Follett, l)Dair--OMO ?0IA NAD]E.. ti: 'f . .!]il da t;?,tl)'i d lu .\A. clh~.~ u ;,- ,;b mane and c t'c .,ir,1 . p : N'.B 'i T T ilt lriii! y.'2 .l. a . mcit lin, St,'l.o, t, f'li le'nh ni, and 111) i'.ib:betl h 8:.;, )lelhourne, fa.t-. (ecvo o 11(...
RIFLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
RIFLE NOTES A shooting competition has been arranged for a tJophy presented by Mr 0. 1 Snowball, ML.A. Sealed handtccps have been lodged at this office, A social evening, bas been ar ranged for thursday, 18th June. Further details are now being com pleted.
KING OF THE CEREALS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
KING OF THE CEREALS. Of all the cereals that groYw, liourlah, and enrich the agriculturist, ndlin'e is more beautiful - both from in aesthetic and commerclal stand :'olnt--tlan maize, Here, in Austra hia, ye have set up, and worship, an ;ifgust and beautiful--but neverthe less, false-god, Wheat has returned a thousandfold to us, in hard cash, the time, toil, and hopes that hardy pioneers and lion-heartedt farmers have ungrudg ingly expended for its successful cul tivatlon and yet, taken all round, a Hfeld of maize with ite grace and stateliness, and its utility both for man and beast, is easily King .of the I creals. The inaited Statee has long'recog nlsed the regal qualities of this grain, as igures will show, Over 3,000,000 bushels more than oats and 4',000,000 bushels more than wheat is produced there annually i and we find that country, h'eadlng .the cereal out puts of the world byra'maize crop which yields 3,87i,927,000 bushels, or 6(,448,000- tons, Maize waves over 108,750,000...