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DO FALSE CREEDS MAKE CRIMINALS? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
DO FA\LSE ORIE~DS MAKR Cti?I1NATS? By PASTOI (IUSSEII, Textt-"lf our Go~pel be hbid, it is' hid to them that nro lost, ill whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of then: which believoe not, lest the light of the glorbi ons gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should sllino unto them" (II. Cor. iv. 3. 41. Hie eaid:-"I do not charge our forefathera with evil intent in the making of the creeds. I cheerfully 'dmit that every creed contains an ele. ment of Divine Truth. My conten tion is that Satan, the great Adversary of God, substi'tuted the creeds for the Bible; and into thi creeds, through hii. malt weakness, he in. YASTOR. KRSSCL jected a salticiliney of nonse0se and ooe trine of devils to render thnem unhealithl for saints, and absolutely poisonous to others," Taking up his text. 1he declared that it, truthfulneess is nlanifeet on every hand The word Gospel signities the good Mac sage, that of the angcls at Jesus' bir 'lehold, we hring youu [the (lospel] 1111 tidi...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
Football, Mentone appl'ied for a clearance for C. Soudds, from Mloorabbin to Mentone, but as Soudds had slgui. fled to Mloorabbin that he intended to plAy for them, the clcaranoe was held over. 'Io-day's fixtures, also those (or thu whole of the season, will be founiid li another column, ' O e l : Carrum have a bye for to.day, but are havin' a practice game. * e. * A Moorabbin play Caulfield District on Caulfield's new grouhd, adjoining station, on Saturday. iloorabbin team will include Scudds, 0. Stone, Dawson (2), Rolents (2), Burns (2), R, Lylnch, Stevens, '-' Ualley, Weigraf, Lang, Smith, lone, Further football notes are on our third page,
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuoesday, AIpril 21., Adamison, Strottlo and Co., Alex, Soott and Co,, and Joseph Clarko and C:o, oon. jointly report--A heiavy supply of milkere and springers, and the usual yarding of fleshy.,and store cattle to Ihand Good milkers in demand from £10 to £15, Some of the principal sales:--Georgo Keys C to £15, E, Gardinor 3 to £13 10, Loam, Corrigan 4 to £11 12s 6d, W. IH. Gardiner 0 to /11, F. Einslodel 2 to £9, P. Ehisi.o dol .10 to ,9 Is Od, N, Bowman 4 to £9. Springors--P, Einsiedol 6 to £9 17s 6d, Troupo Bras,, 3 to £9, M, O'Connorl at £8 12s 6d, T, E. Lompriors 2 to £8 Is, E, HIiggius 3 to £S 5s, Nh, Bowmlan 3 to £7 10s. Fleshy cows £4 10s to £6 10s; store cows ?o £3 10s. Pigs.: Heavy hacon, £3 to £3 18s, light I5s to £3, porkers much easier, heavOy :7 to .14s, light 3?s to .6s, su?keros 15s to 20s, extra to 30s. Calves in good demand from S5 to SOs, SubscrIbors h'avilg any dlfficulty in obtaining a copy of "The News" please write or telephone to the office a...
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
BOWLS The extensive alterations and impro e nents to the Mentcn, pavllion are being ptsiad bsl n rapidly. t t is at 1; scheme for bLig men with ,big hearts, atid .sbof'd prove a decided acquisition to tl;e district as well as the bowling fraternity. Owing to inclemont woatlhr !a~t Saturd.y, the final mnatches.in the Moorabbii District tourney had to be postponed. 0, * 9 The Snowball comietiton com mences to-day on the I~st~ernwicl greert, Eaoh club .in Moosabbin shire ;is sending two teams, and some keen contetis re &Txpected. A Mordialloc mmbler writes : " In your last issue of the "News," reference was made to the recent tour of the local bowling clubs to Ballara'. Incidentally, it was men tioned that your special reporter's items were scarcely Fatisfactory, this fact being due to the loss of a unote book. As the cotants of the note book no doubt hnd many little tit-bits of interest to bowlers, it is a~sumed that:much disappointment uast have been felt by your re porter at...
HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
I HARRIBIRS • Cheitpnham and Mordiallochdl a pack t'4iidi h itonieon SiturdG ay' a4s," 'i?fere? i" an attendaiico of. eight, and about five tiles of good; country was gone over. Among those present w ere "Lizzie" Rash. leigh, 'Dad" M'Auley, and "Globe. trotter" Wilson, also some new members. The club will hold a run at Mentone on Saturday next. All members are requested to try and be present, as' this is the final run before t'.e opening run at B. ighton BReach, on Saturday next, the 2nd prox.
BILLIARDS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
BILLIARDS ' A tournament is now in pregress at the Mordialloc Bowling Pavil. lion, The games commenced last Thursday, and are to be contiinued every evening The draw for next week is as followvs :-Monday Martin, 90, v Whitfield, 175. Tues dsy-Johnston, 9 1, v Anderson jun., 115. Wednesday-Wain, 75 v Ryan, 125.. Thursday--Holt, sc v Ilording, 125. Other hatidicaps are :-Lordiug, jutn, 115, Coleman 175, Peck 75, Davis 130, White 35, Bradley 50, Macartney 90, Shelley 100, Ingpen 105, Hill 115, Anderson 155, Caudwell 185, Millar 185, Ash more 185,
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
CRICKET In the Oaulfield-Moorabhiu com petion, "A" Grade, St, George's, 148 and four for 51, beat East Caul field, 184. In the "B" Grade, 'Kiunnon, 201, leat East Malvern Presbyterlans, 30 and three for 48. Gleuhuntly has now won the pre mniership of the "B" grade, whilst M'Kinuon and Enst Malvern Pres b) terians have tied for rtnners?up. The fiual match commnencey at Oak leigh to-day, anid will be played to a finish.
FOOTBALL FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
FOOTBALL FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. A special meeting of delegates was held last Tuesday, with a view of completing details before the first match of the season. PERMITS The following were granted :--S, MIurphy, Heatherton to Mordialloc; D. Clayton, G. Stone, A. Stone, Moorabbin to Moorabbin Park; G. &nbsp; Westwood, Moorabbin to Middle Brighton; Hannaford, Prahran to Caulfield District; A. Dawson, &nbsp; Brighton to Moorabbin; provided clearances were produced on the ground to-day, this applied also to Ryan, Moorabbin to Middle Brighton Application made by Heatherton club to play to-day in their old colors was granted. , .4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
Caudwell's SAW AIND L.IIlLDINMG MILLS, Ilmtone a 1aIor 8allo1 J. & C, OAUDWELL beg to an, nonooe that they have just ereoted at their Mentone Timber Yard. a thoroughly up.to-date Saw and Moulding Mills, and are now preo pared to do all classes of Planing Moulding, Bench and BAND •Sa WING, etc, at MELBOURNE PRiZE,. SEND FOR PRICE LISTS, and prove for yourselves that By Purlia?lng Locally you will not oay Benefit youP DistriFot but will SIAVE MONEY at the Same Time Farnishing & Builder's Ironmongery Ovens Paints spouting Oils Goppers Colors Ridging Glass . i : Tinware Corruatedirou Brushwrre Gal, and black piping Red Gum Down Pipes Jarrah Pumps Hardwood Lime Flooring Cement VWeatherL'oardo Bricks Dours Laths Sashes Baths Mouldinga Sinks AlL AT MELBOURNE PRICES PLUMiING WVOR[K Di every Description done eit.her by Tender ni Privately. h Licenasr Plumber Constantly Employed. GALVANISED IRON TANKS A SPECIALTY J, and t(., (UDWELL -Have w'l stoolked Woud, Cona and Co,; Depoi...
A Farewell Social. MR J. BROMILOW LEAVES BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
A Farewell Social. MR J BROMILOW LEAVES &nbsp; BENTLEIGH &nbsp; On Tuesday night at the Public hall, a large gatliering of friends assembled to say '"Good-bye" to the above gentleman. Mr Bromilow has recently been transferred from Bent leigh, where he was head teacher for about four years, to a large school at Collingwood. Cr T. Marriott as chairman of the school committee presided, Mr E. T. Wilson acted as Direotor of Ceremonies and proved himself a past master in that capacity The tables were tastefully arranged, and loaded with choice edibles. After the toast of "The King" had been duly honored, the chairman proposed the health of "Our departing guest" He stated that it was with mingled feelings he submitted the toast. He had come in close contact with Mr Bromilow, and had always found him reliable and energetic, and atten tive to scholars. The children had learned to love and respect him, therefore there must be something in the man. The school committee had been...
A Hymn Service. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
A Hymn Service, At the Church of Christ, Cholten ham recently, voting papers were issued, with the object of eounring the opinion of members as to their favorite hymns. From the papers returned, the following were found to be the fthist three :-"Abide with MI," "Rook of Ages," and "Down in the Valley," On the Sunday follow ing, a special hymn service was held, when several popular songs were sung, including some of those selected by the aforementionod vote, The service proved exceedingly in teresting to the large congregation assembled, in fact so much so that the orthodox oserman was omitted from the service, Incidents con necoted with the authors of the various hymns sung, together with historical cironmstances, under which the hymns had been used, wrre vividly portrayed by Mr A. P. Wil sen. During the service, bliss JessiO Butler sang as a solo, with splendid fooeeling, "Nearer, my God, to Theeo," whilst Mr Wilson rendered, "Just as I an." A quartette by four mem bers of the ohoi...
Benevolent Asylum A HOUSE CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
Benevolent Asylum A HOUSE CONOERT Certainly one of the most enjoyable and most largely attended concerts yet given in the Carnegie hall, was presented on Tuesday evening, when evelryone of the many inmates of of the Benevolent Asylum, who were physically able to be present, had the pleasure of listening to a most euxcellent programme of vocal and instrumental music. The ladies of the nnrsing staff, assisted by two or three gentlemen, promoted the enter. ment, and too much praise cannot be awarded them for the excellent man nor in which they carried out the en tire arrangements. Formed and trained into an effioient chorus, some fourteen or fifteen of the nurses sang such favorites as Eileon Allannah, and Ye Banks and Braes, and in ad. dition, threw into fine relief the sympathetio solo work of Nurse V. Ash, in Lemon's My Ain Folk, aided by an effective'organ aceonfli niment Miss Ash also sang Sullivan's Lont Chord,'and was loudly and deseived ly applauded, Nmse Baywai d was in fine v...
DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
DA)NDEINONG MARKET. Tuesday, April 28, Dairy cattl--A fair supply of milkers and springers ; the demand all round was rather easier, but extra quality cows were not represented, and the quality generally not up to tlihe average. Beat milkers L£ to L9 2s (d, medium LO 10s to LT 10s, others from L4 10ss Best springers LB to L8 10s, medium LO 10s to L7 10s, Store cows and young cattle in good demand., Cows to L3 15s, young heifers to L3 3s, poddies to 32s Od. The following were the principal lots offered-LMilkers - Messrs S. Turner I at L9 2s fd, P. Einsiedel 4 to L8 17s 6d, H,. Willis 1 at '8 .15s, D. MeLollan &jo L8 10s, W. H, Gardiner 7 to L8 10s, J, Marshall 1 at L8 2s 6d, J, Trwin 1 at L8 2s Od, J, lIarvwtck 1 at L8, Sprian gera-sNessrs D, MoLellan 1 at £8 5s (tdl,. HI G, Gamble 2 to L9 10s, Pr, Ensiedel 1 L7 10s, J, Hunt 1 at L7 10s, T, E, TLenm. prie~e 4 to L7, Pigs-A fair supply and prices generally a shade easier, espeoially for young pigs. laolkfatters to L5 4s, bsa b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
Electricity! The gates of the whole world are open to the electfrician. He will go whore he will, He will get what ho wants ELECTRIOITY EIECTRICITY The world's moving powor £11,000,000 to be spent in eleotrifying the railways. Jot this down, The man with olectricity in his head hias 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 1(5 Colhn Street, Melbourne aeneral Storekeeper, 'etc, CHELSEA Land for Sale. Houses and Crf nl?p To Let. Insurances Effkcted, We have special opportunities for securing tenants for houses, Owners would do aell to place their business In our hands, Phone, 91M Chielt, Mr D. Romain 399 Smith Street, Fitzroy, and 74 Toorak Rbad, South Yarra, I High.class Ladies' and Gent's Tailor. Ladies' costumes altered aW renovated. Gent's clotheq cleaned and pressed. Apply "Ne...
CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
CHELSEA. The lioinan Catholio church build ind is proceeding apace, and judging from appearances, will be a decided acquisition to the township. It is a lofty, spacious and substantial edifice, S18ft from floor to ceiling, 73ft 6in long by 29ft wide, very strongly built and closely studded with heavy timber, It has twelve windows approaching the gothic style, and it is understood, will have a jarrah floor, and be lined with fibre-cement, The contract is in the capable hands of M*r EI. Mlatson, of Mlentone. Or Rain has arranged to meet ratepayers on the 9th inst., at the publio hall to discuss the footpath question, A semi-social political meetiug wvas held at the publio hall on Thurs day night, The gathering, was largely attended and was regarded by those present as a great snuccess. The meeting was held under the ans pices of the local branch of the P.L.C. Senator Barker gave a fine address, A full report will appear next week; , The ordinary muonthly meeting of the foreshore trust...
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
CARRUM. A meeting of the recreation reserve committee was held on Thursday night at the lire stalioxi' Messrs H. Rigly and W. Mi. Billings were instructed to draw up specifi. cations for improvements to the reserve, whioh will be submitted for consideration by a public meeting, The secretary was instructed to write to Mr Reed, of the Lauds Department, asking for approval of plans of improvemeuts submitted to that Department four or five week's ago; also to thank Mrs T. K. Williams for kind offer of pump.