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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
ASPENDALE. The Hafwthorn City Band, under the conduotorship of Mr J, Booth Gore, and through the courtesy of their president, Councillor Burton, piayed several selections last Sunday. 'T'hore was a large attendance, and the applause was generously tendered fir each item, The band perfor amnce was a musical treat, such as the residents of Aspendale have never had before, and that it was heartily appreciated goes without saying. Councnillor Burton, intends Imaking the outing an annual one, and hopes to arrange for the pionio to the members of the band and their friends at an. earlier period of the year, so that they can be of better assistaneoo to the Aspondale Pire Brigade, in enabling the members of which to take up a collection on hbhalf of its funds. The result of bst Sunday's collection was the sum of -5s. The members of the band ald their friends spent a pleasant diay and enjoyed their outing to the reaside: They were catered for by Mlrs L, Baird, of the Aspendale tea rooms, and...
CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
CHELTENHAM At the police court on Wednesday the following peisons were fined for. allowing cattleo to wander on the publio roacd.--.-R loeaia 5s, F. W Bristow 7s 3d, E. Nughfton Ss, Mrs Courtnoey ,i, A, J. Barry SA, 2S (3d costs being added in each easeo. The groat manjoity of residlonts will doubtless bo ploased to learn thnat poccedilngs in\a suit for judioial SprIar\ation in which local porisons of good roputeo woern inteoroestoed, hatvo boon abandonod, It, is all tho moro ploeasing in the faeo 'of the facts that an oily daughter is shortly to bo marriod; and that the good aameo o another lady which has lately beoei besomirohod by "the inrU in the street" is thereby cleared or should be by all lreasonably minded. people. It is notorious thln in such iases the evils of street gossip do an onormous amonnt of harm, and a ooertain elass of newspapers make what they con. elder good copy thorefrom, biased ras it generally is upon unreliable %ind irresponeible statements, Q' Dirty linen...
A Natal to Australia [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
A Natal to Australia By Jasper Lloyd,. Fair Australia, chasto of mailens! It is thus ye look thy best, In thy robes of green gold wattle, Kiss'd by sunboams, sinking west, Cousin C'anada's maple branohos Cannot match thy wattle bloom, liaer blizzard, wind-swept ranches, Shall never vie thy garden room. Island contir:ent, old ocean Hath not a giom upon her breast, ,'. Like rnm* love, my healt's devotion, IFair, Australia, she is hest. Note you showed of snow leaves eddy, On Koscinskian crests of snow, Like petal'd roseleaves ruddy, I In the evening sunset's glow. A orown (f gold my love shall wear, Fair seraph hands tile gift bestow, "'Tis a gift, the angels weaving, Of Kosoiuskian sunkiss'd snow, See you showed of snow leaves falling When the cphyis kiser her oest, To the notes of wild birds calling, When the sun is sinking west. Bedress our land of hibelty In a gown of wattle.spray, Arld chant sweet sonups of freedom, On our young bride's ratal day, Deck our lady for the battle, No...
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
MENTONE. - ----4--- The Progress Assooiation roprosen tation, mot Or Sondds and Jnspootor Butler reooontly with a view of selooet. ing a site for the proposed drosEiung shod near the pier. The spot soleooted is 90 foot on the Montone side of the pier. It is to be a two roomed structure 50 x 23 with a vol andah or thiee sides and doors at tjie. banol. Mr and Mrs E. Mason have returned homoe after a fortnights holiday at Olinda. The former. was somewhat unfortunato whilst away, as he managed to severely sprain one of his ankles, and was compelled to lay up for a oonsiderablo portion of the holi~ day. He has not even yet oompletoely recovered, but is.rapidly improving. A special service is to be held at St Augustine church to~morrow at 31 p mn iu conection with the Bible Society. Rev J, H. Hewitt M.A. has passed his prelimary examinition, for the degree of B.D. Attention is directed to an advt, elsewhere regarding Mrs 0, A. McCumbrIo who has started busi. ness as costumiore.
Fifth Round. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
VIt'th Ro~und. ·" MNN'I'ONH- 8hoody .,* . 20 MORII)IAlIOU- 14 '?. ,,,, hilllinr,.... .... 10 AludIron ,. ... 11 34 til IIRIGHTOI',N-. " ,Liveooy , 27 'i''iuk? .. . .. 15 HANIDIIINOIIA(-.. 15 dolrrd ~ ; 10 423 2i i t KlIHTIOCRN \YIK lliuliltol IS1 Nivll .. ... 5I 14 33
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
NORDIALLOC. A special meeking of the. district nd was held last week to elect licirs to fill the vncnicies on the ommuitteo, Mr Gilmour, in the hair, Th2 following is the?*list elected-Predtdent, Mr D. White; Ivice-prosidcnt, Messrs Macartney and Gilmour; secretary, Mr H. J. I. Smith; treasurer, H, Webb ; trus toes, A Horsfall and H Schmidt; comrmitee, Messrs D. Jones, 0. Tos land, C Caudwell, Munro and Campbell ;'bandmaster, H. Schmidt A report of a sermon on the Home ulfle question delivered by Rev Hulgh Jones last Sunday evening will be found on, page three. The literary and debating society held its first meeting for the fifth session, at the Mfechanics' Institute last Wednesday. There was-a good attedai~e hf cohld and new nuem- 0 :Tha raiumsiollicers were sIelected;:, Mr Nichoilson benlg re-:: elected unaimtiousily as president A good session is anticipated as a most attraction and educational syllabus is being arrahiged. The meetings are, in future, to be held in the Mechani s...
Third Round. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
Third Rounid.:'' EL8TERNWIOK- .. ive n.. .: , . 13 Hiailton . . 1 MORDIALLOC Millar ,,, :.. 13 Anderson .. . . . 23. , 2d 0HSLTENHAM Woffn .. . 22 BDrnett'. .. ,,, 10 SANDIUNGJHAM- ,· d " Woolard .... ,, . 1 Hayden '. r,? 4,'. , ,? ( 8 3, BRIGHTON-- . S .Trlcks .1 ti,. 4.l ?' ' 10 MENTONE 2' - PJheedy I2 - K thutRob &d MENTONE- ' 81?)edy , , . ŽdPivon . ?-*..e-'-* *i li all)Imrt·fl il.,: 16''· S" ' '? '!' r 8 1 , ? ...: - • - '?L? ' ". ( · .. i1t[IIfill')N- Ii 'l k ,, .,, 17 3:1 lI ..OR.AJJJO Millar . 14 Anderson 4 HANI)U1IN(JJJAM- Woolard ,, . 20 lirydI n .. .. 2 18 4 1
BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
BENTLEIGH. A very quiet wedding was cele brated on Saturday last at St. Fin. bars R.C, Church, Brighton, when Mr J. Cormick, eldest son of Mr Cormick, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss M. Kennedy, Hsecond daughter of Mr R. Kennedy, Mkiss Margaret Kennedy, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and Mr T. Malad best man. The Rev. Fatlher Gough was the officiat ing clergyman.
Second Round [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
Second found ELSTERG NWIOK mUlamlton 1, . 14 - Niven,, .. . SANDRINGHAM- SHoydon " ... -' 0 Woolard .. 31 20 BRIGHTON TrickM . . ., 19 '4 I SLivesEoy.. , 17 MQKDIALLO0 Millar , . 10 Anderson '... - 10 86 20 MENTONE- ... S~heedr .. . 16 S oant obury ,- -. , . 17 - CHIELTENH4M of.. , . .. 1. 5 .:Barnmtt . .. .. - 16 ;33 31
CORRESPONDENCE. A COMPLAINT. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. A COMPI,?AIN'T., To the Editor Sir,--It appears to me a strange thing that a Government institution is permitted to allow its overflow water to run down people's backs. Evidently they have the permission of somebody, or else it is being allowed despite such consent, or the objection of the person down whose back the stream gently ripples, In Charman road, Cheltenham, is 4 State Savings Bank, whilst conver sing with a friend at that spot on Wednesday night 1 was astonished to feel water slowly trickling down my neck (qu the outside). We made investlgations and discovered that rain water was dropping fairly quickly into the middle of the foot path, and I was unfortunately standing justin tlhe way, I like to drink water, but not with whisky, and I like a bath, but not with my clothes on. Hoping some preventa tive actioll will be taken, and thanking you for inserting this, YoulrS, etc,, " Idler," Ch ltenhani ,$ 30th A1iil 1- _ .. :. . .
STATE OF THE TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
STATE OF, THE TIDES.' High tide for the eneuing week will be as follows: Sunday ,726 ... 7.47 Monday .;,8.8 ... 2,9 Tuoesday 8.50 ,,, 9.,11 Wednesday 9,85 ... 9,59 Thursday ..,10.25 ... 10 563 Friday ...10.23... 11.7 Saturday ... - ... 12.34 Low tide. can be estimated at about half way between the times mentioned on any one day.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
Comber's Authorised News Agency AND FANCY GOODS RRPOSITORY Mentone Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. Every article at City prices Circulating Library, Latest Books, Lioensed to sell stamps, Telephone, Chehenham 75., Agent for all the best makes of Piauos. Expert advice. s : Sauce pa ns ':.(::. A SPLENDID SElLECTION. Spooially marked below oity price. Judge Brand (Stevens) Angle Enamel Co, Blackmann's (Grey) THE BEST 4 THOMPSON & CO (CHAS. H. FAIRBANIK) NEPEAN ROAD, CHELTENHAM Phono 64 Chelt. FOR SALE, DRI[ME Sulckers and Slips. LGRIFFITH, a. Argus st. and Moorabbin rd, Chelten P IREWOOD.-2ft flrowood, dry, and sound, 40s per truck, M., Clmnonts, Vi askston, IIERSEY IHeifer, 17 months old No J roasonable offer rofuseod, A Brooks, 'ulip street, Cheltenham, BROODY Hle. Apply, silaoo, Florenoce ?.treet, Mentone, SITUATIONS VACANT. S18f, light houmework, no washing. .J Mrs DIony, Como PArade, M[etone. GROCEIR'S JUNIOR, about 1 yssel, of ago., W. Thomyson a...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
GENERAL ITEMS. Cheltnham Letter Dlivery. ·-T'l'onders aro invited in our advortising column for this service, PTsrtiuulars can be obtained at the post ofice, Co-oporativo Stores-The management, as will be soon by reference to our adver tiaing columns, is cealling for tendors for thie laying of some six-inch pipes. . Montono kating Rink.- Tendor·s are invited elsewhere for lease of tlis rink for skating and picture show purposeaos, for a period of five months. Auction BSales.--W P Fairlam advertises a series of auction sales for May, also a land sale at Bontleigh early in June. CholtonhamlW (; 'T U-A drawing room entortftimnent is advertised for Tuesday next at 8 p m in the lMechanic' Instituto
WILL U. B. THERE? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
WILL U. B. THERE? I Notifllcations under this heading are chargled at the rate of 1/ for one inser tion of three lines (about 18 wvords), ]/6 for two ilnsertions, or free of charge when the printfog therewith is exceu. tod at "'Theo News" ofilco. The pub lislsher, reser'ves the right to cut down any notie exceeoding three lines,] May 2 Progress Assosiation, Aspendale, 8pm HuoIhre Party and Dance, Mechanics' Hall, Mordialloo, 8 pm ,, i-Booial and. Politicel Meeting, Mechanics' Hall, Carrum, S ,, 8-GOrand Ball, Aspenrhie, 8 p.m S9-Picture Show, in aid of Chlolten ham Band, 8 p~m 18-Euehro Party, Cheltoenhai band, Meohanie' Ha I, 8 p u ' June 18- ooial, liflo club, Cheltenhanm lHall, 8 p.m, SATURDAY. MAY 2, 1914.
LIVE AND LET LIVE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
LIVE AND LEIT LIVE. To the Editor. Sir,-I claim the right to rep:y to the letter signed by a "Business Man," which appeared in your last issue. As an Australian Na. tfive,' I do not recognise any busi ness etiquette, as mentioned by your correspondent, ,the general business with which I am connected included house and land agency, which was paid for, when the busi ness wa~ bonght. .\ly advi-e to a. "A Business Man " is.:- People living in g!ais hqupes should not throw stones Your, etc, . 'NUFF SBD. '.'his letter has been oonsidornly our. tailed, on account of the personalities in cluded thoroin -Ed. "News."] '
FORESHORE FOOTPATH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
FORESHORE FOOTPATH,. To the Editor. Sir,-The Dandenong council is to be oongratulated on providing snoh an excellent oyole track along the main Carrum road, but why is it plaoed so close to the fences of our proporties. In its present position it is a danger, for the residents have to dodge aoross the track to avoid the oyolists, when wishing to reach their own pathway-or rather, the sand track. Plodding along in the sand is not too pleasant, but presumably, pedestrians' may not use the oyole track; at any rate, if they do 'Fo they use it at their own risk, and they must be continually dodging off to allow the cyclists to pass. Perhaps it may be too late to have thidoyele track moved in a few feet.towards` the road--dr.perhaps better move the oa?t olists.eors, eto, "OARRUM ROAD" 30th April, 1914.
INTERESTING APPLE EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
INTlErElUSTING APPlEJ l4XPl'IEI " ENT. A most interestlng experiment is rbortei from Taiimanila in regard to appl -growlng,. Some trees of the Al fristoi viarlety appeared to be bent on fiioduciig' wood instead' of fruit. Ligatures were applied to the trunks ot' five treesa on January 14. The ef febt:was remarkable. The apples on the trics bega~ l to change colour at once, until by the 6nnd of February they were nearly-:all yellow, and in splendid condition for export, The ligatures condirtd ' of stout wires, tilghtly bound:'ouiid, .As soon as the fruit wi?'ithdiedl tjii was removed, tinid thoi the 'troes inmild nearlya fobt of Wood "befor 'the' leav~s fell in the 'autumin..'' Anaflier: change no ticeable was that the' frilltiig braa . eboes made better development
BRIGHTON v ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914
MtIGHTON v ELSTE1NW'ICK. Jetfre, Nash, Rendle, Liveey- , 16 - Ouninglhaml, Morgan Sarhn, Thrmilton ., . . -- 10 Hannignq, Nelion, FJossoy, Tridik ! 21 Johnson, fStott,~Pennington Nlvon - 10 .37 26