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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

Aspeidal Store "~res with a Guarantee of Goodness!" Kerr & Gibbins, at Editilvalo Road Crossing Aspentdale Boot Repairing Shop Os. Kercheval ploslti Et ditiwa: e ,... GC' C in,. ?g. G ,o I \Vet'.'. ,l\n .- . ,, . Cnn ,??.-? Mi-, 1, Muriel Robinsoli Certificated, 'Ir inl,, dldget, Music. London ; Matri. C~ert, of I,ondoi Unlivern y) isits or receives pupils for Piano. fortDe, Theory, !Iirmony, At Orderly R~,ut P i.t Nap?an El.ad, Caelen :iuin, aid at " Ddkeith," C,'n i D idenotii Run!, Che;t..:?hu. J, R. Valentine Jl\RPENTENR, BI1IDE l anu: CO.N TR \?.TO t{ Biaumarils E,timautos lP'epte rl Accountancy. Classes formtut, *uhodiat S.ow Hill, MarJi:lo2, Apr il 20.h 8 p.mn iProtesiant Hall, 'Oaltenh,,mn, Apri 22nd, 8 plm. Principal, F. L. KI#NG, A.FIA. Iucorpora'ed Aeo ,ut itat, Rg1a tered Teachie Bookk epug. anti Accountanur, "Perfect" Incubators and BROO1 PNRS ilighest results of nany make through. out Australia FI, vore, by the Queensland and N S.W, Govelrnment Departments, Ill...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MENTONE v SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

lEN'TONE v SANDR7IGilAN3. Pepper,'J. Citudwell, Townsend, Scnntlehury . .. .. 26 - Eggleston, Weston, lelyea, Hldoen - 8 Lnnuan, Moloney. ~. Townseind, Sheady ... ... .. 13 - 3.owvn, Nainkorvis, C.hamp!oa,, Wollard .. .. ... 13 '"JnMIw 31 21

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What Would Happen if There Were No Death. WITHIN A SHORT TIME LIFE WOULD SMOTHER EVERYTHING IN THE WORLD TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

What Would Naplien if There·Were No Deatiih. WIThIN A S11I0T? IMi l' JalFili WOULD SMO'RlTHEI EV IIIYTIIINI IN THE WOItil)' TO )IilATH,' (Dy Prof. Pealbody Blartlett.) $upjoso for a momenint that tihe equilibrium boetweeoon ie and death were to cease; imagine death ur. ri'sted in its work I What"wi)tuli halppen ? 'The , numnoer. of livilng eings upon the surface of the eartih would he so great that there wouldl Ia. no room for itholnem, The ?nicroscoplic animal ileo I, ifer or lotator lays thirty eggs :it a time and starts seventy geli rations over'y year. If all those indi\viduals remained alive at tihe end of the year, their total woulhi he so enormous as to niake n. sphere larger than the knownunl l\'Pl'O, The Cynips, which produce thl gulls on the oak trees, the rone lice, the phylloxera and other apil dians or insects, which extract the sugar fronm pllants, multiply in anor mnous numbers. ."One itph Ilion prtii. ducts:: twonty ttvo eseiontiiaitt in ai• single inday; oni the sec...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Why You Can No Longer Pawn Your Rubies. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

+w hy You Oan-iN o Lo1nger Pawn Your Rugles. ,f mi co by ,.;' goodl fortun,'o should it ste(' 11 Itdn(ilIace of ra0're and won. 'rt l. I'y ro rublioes, nd wont into Ii ,'st aly ot theo lolading brokers, S: Isng. to. pnlteo thelsitil ,ip:n:wnl the •hinllrcu':t the brolkert \'ouhl:r6 (Ifa .to u,ni thetan-at loeast;'; thley would liot] give 'you anvwher' nen'r 'a t:Ilolich qill thmli itith'y"% 'y. would haIle given you. felow yoear ,go, . T'hiJ Is becitiuhO there is nalwanys ?a rhaeo to-dlny lnthat the rubles: many t. in nauturul gems; taktnhln'K the I. tin.. of th6c word "naturial " as I.dh,=l.:n. thant they wore actually inId. 'I'hey llay lheo genuine rubles, ,:ol nt the, hsanlo tlme hnavoe ..boon ui ide Iy. ,n, skilled selntist by m ie In' of , few chomlicals powdered ad pln'odl hbeforeo a blowpipe that i.e.9as heat of 8,1000 degrees. above zcro, l"='ihronholt. - :' . Synt?hele rubles" aro now being rruod Iced isulch lioerflction thant I ic;. cannot .?lhnddsthiguished from h1e;r ,'l...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVERY STABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

iLiviERiY STABTES. J. A. F'lt .ller spoiidule. .. .?uphy, Chlellenhar.l.'' !P, Klnno, 'Ap?ll? dule,.....

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

W. 'P. GIIdLS'PIE BhKK'I ANI) CO.?1IFCTIONIR, MordiatIoo 'Icleph, me t16 Chollenham Beat I:r,,,..adl a Small fGoods delivered daily thromgh all MordialluO a:d a 'ntui ndiiig dintricts, 5 Heatherton Butchery I hive n .v cn lrllllllot d bulinae Old,) IA.NI)K\ON(1 IROAL), SIIK\TI'INITON, A'I nme t m upplied ik ol lh3 hii quality anul pr, .id, dulvery in guaranteed W, C, BUMPSTEAD, KiBmet Da.ir" OH?ELSEA, Itcb hithk dellvrud twlig dily,. E. A. Opie Notice. ·-, I beg to notify the rePCAldets of Chelsea and surroundlbag district that I have started as 0ENERAL CARRIER All trains met. A?ddress your parcels and goods to aty care, and thereby ensure safe. and speedy delivery. W. Dougherty, Chelsea Mrs. A. Bartlett, WOODLANDS DAIRY, AR(GYIE AVENUE, Chelsea. .E)GS to notify the public that she has oresseed a DAIRY at the above ad. F'eslh Milk delivered twice daily Cream a'wys on hand F. W. Hunter SADDLER Opposite Station, C[EI,SSEA, lIuiness repaired pr'omptly. Best Inlterial nued. Moderate cha...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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MEDICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

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Late Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

Late Sporting ,For football reports see page eight, Bowlhng tburnament is on our secjnd page The finals in the Caulfield.Moor abbln cricket association " B " grade are to be continued to-day McKinnon v East Malvern Presby terians, a~L--; --. O

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GARDEN. INFLUENCE OF CROSSING ON YIELD OF TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

THE GARDEN. ]NFlUt'lINNO OF ('iROSHING ON YIal,) OF* TOMA''TOS. In regardtl to the experimente witL tomatoes at the New York Agricitl tural Experimental station, Mr. Wel ilngton has found that a crop of by brill plants of the tirat generation give a larger yield than either of th,: parental forms, or of the succeediig generations after the "brceak." 'lil: results suggest an!d senem to w.arrarnt the use of first generation seed only if the main object be the prodUctlIon of a heavy crop. OIf coullrse, it en tails all the extra ca re and troeihi that artificial fertilisation enties: but Tomato fruits,as s a rile, pro dluce a large nimhtbr of seeds, which, so far, I1 some compensation aLainst the extra troluble. 'Tomato seeds. re tain their vitality, it is said, for from three to seven years; therefore It would only be absolutely necec sIry for seed-growers to raise every third year a sufficient quantity to cover the needs of a three-year sale. It would appear to le a simple matter fotr...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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MORDIALLOC v. CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

MORDIALT OO v. CIIElTE cII\M. M C Lorlding, hlacnrtney, Jiidd, Niilhr 19 - Pentlnd, H[, W\off, Walton, W ," Wolf .. ... .... -- 9 Coeutiu, White, lnlfe, Anderuson 12 - tS ,.lclin, LoP?o,, H Wof, nBanett ·- 16? 31 25

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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THE FARM. WESTERN WOLTHS GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

TjE FARM. WIoSTERN WOITFIS GRASS. "A great wealth of forage, 15 tons to the acre, is at present being cut for stock-feed at the Ruakura Farmn of Instruction. It is the Western Wolths grass, a variety of rye-grass said to have originated ftrom a plnt plucked by the wayside by n, Dutch peasant, At Ruakura it has undoubt odly 'given theheaviest yield of all rye-grasses, m:.king a rapid dense growth and providing excell:ntsprin, feed, admirably adapted for cuttinu and carting out to stock, Sown on the 14th of May, it was ready Ifor feeding about the beginning of Octo ber. It is generally conslderoed that ' legume and non-legume combination such as peas and oats, is the mo.t desirable green crop, but this will give but a very poor second cit. Western Wolths, on the other hand, provides several excellent subsequent cuttings. Undoubtedly a grass which in a very wet season will eive an abundance of feed at a critical time for dairy stock is of irrmzrnse value. It is contended that such a c....

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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DISTRICT BOWLING TOURNAMENT THE "SNOWBALL" TROPHY WON BY MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

DIS'I RIC'r BOWLING TOURINAMENT THE-ll "SNOWBAILI, " TROPHY WON IV MI ENT'ONE. This competition, originated some four years ago by Mr O. R. Snowball, M,L A., donating a trophy, was played last S:turdlay rnd Monday on the Mlsternwiok green. Th?e V,.A.,, in its wisdlom ihas debarred clubs fronim accepting trophies from publio men,lcal clbs regarding the contests as highly interesting, ldeeihled that they slhoulld he continued, each clrub paying: an entry fee sufficient to provide a trophy. 'l'hec green was in good order, and thIe Ilsternwick club providted generous hospiittly, Mlr Overend, a late reisldent of Mentone, presidentt of the cl1,, was appointed Imn1ir,, Ihis services being only re. ulred onil three or four occasions., 'Thre first few ronurls were not oxciL. lug, but the later strages were, nlmore especially thie last round, wleln it became a question of whether Men tone would go through wlthouot a defeat, Cheltoirunm menibers were apprTrently out of formi, a11 they failedl ...

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HEATHER GROVE, CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

IIHEATHERt GROVE, CHELTEN HAM, This afternoon: mnall and Ed wards and W P Fairlam will offer for sale 13 large allotments (see detailed advt on our fifh page ) The blocksare in close proximity to the station, to which a special footpath has been formed. The number of the allotments is generally regarded as unlucky, but would be purchasers ixay consider themselves lucky to !have the opportunity of obtaining suoh larg~ choice sites in the flour ishing district of Cheltenham, es pecially on such easy terms.

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUCTION SALES BENTLEIGH STATION ESTATE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

AUCTION SALES BENTLEIGH STATION ES TATE At Bentleigh on Saturday fifty one residential and business lots were sold, realising L3503, averag ing 2(is a foot. Bentleigh was known as. East Brightbn until re-christened in honor of the late Sir Thomas Bent, The last sale held there was at the time of the laud boom, when sub dividers working along Centze road from Brighton Beich, cut up some of the market gardens. Since then the district, which is noted for its rich loamy soil, has been used ex clusively for the production of vege tables. Saturday's prices are about on a par with those realised at the Cluden estate sale nearer Brighton, last spring, Situated only 9. miles from the city and on a line marked for elecrification with Frankston and all its contiguous watering Places, linked with it Bentleigh promises to be a good residential place. The country, is pleasantly broken by low hills, the soil is fer tile and well drained, and the open land comes right down to the rail way station g...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENLARGEMENT OF "THE NEWS" CONGRATULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

ENLARGEMENfOF"THE NEWS" CONGRATULATIONS, "We have received quite a host of letters and verbal messages concern ing the recent. enlargement of this paper. Wo cordially thank our cor respondents and well-wishers for their expressions of appreciation 'of our efforts to worthily maintain the standard of a newspaper, necessary for the rapidly developing district under our care. The paperis, in oor opinion, not yet as parfeot as we :wtild like it to be, ,ut?7t is Sepli in!thant direotion.: :Tiho idoa will b reached at an early adatbe a~s pos'ibl according to the support given it by subsoribers, advertisers and users of printing, The following are a few extracts from.letters received J, T, IFalton--Please allow me to congratulate you upon the en largement of your paper, .. When catering for your:constitaents you glean from the best literary sources. . . . . . A. P. Wilson - Accept my hearty congratulations upon the in creased size of "The News." A dis triot like this demands a large and in...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

HOUSEHOLD E1'FECT9 At Mentoqe next Saturday M S Iannan and. W P Fairlam will offer for. salo the furnishings of a seven-roomed villa, ' Wakool," ins Charman road, near Balcombe roadP. is the villa referL'ed to. The goods include many useful and ornametltal articles, most of them being in really good order.

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WAR TIME-TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

.WAR TIME.TABLES. 1I Ihtsit dtlys, whiel w?o. hear. f nI l'0'lsaitioil' from l nill quairters, it ih I ltO'esl.ligf tO:nI1U .the :contluiul , repar't1eIl055 of Geo,,upy in all "t ttlers Irinl.hllig to"i'ilwiy train i., ' She Ih)l(is with the inaxliti ihnt I wHl'ool slrlkes firs tl'lloes At all Ltnlus, even when thero is 11n tal'" 0if wa" in the ai''lr, thero is l,,ckd uipb. oIereyeim,.na stt,,ti.n utster's desk a sot of war tiieo* ttlbles--,a soparate; tmin table for overy country with which a war Is Ipossl hle, invludilng ' F'ra?nce, lrltali','1 anid liusela, whlle oovenl Alstria.J IHungary is not ecenipt. Wheneo'er wtr is declared, overy statlon.iimnter' p'liks out the ' laitticular : time-table ioqblUli'ed,. a1i at once all the tralasr trun nutomatlaely. . onl "war-fiuoe," tlaln for war purposes, Each tlme table is revlsed. oIco a year, It or tlrr to fit In with ang alterationl Ihtut nmay have bhoon malde in thi 'luans of camlpiti) n; Each man liable tlo serve linthe service is i...

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Would Home Rule be Rome Rule? SERMON BY REV. HUGH JONES, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

Would iHome' Rule be Rolrw Rule ? ' SERMON BY REV, HUCH ' JONES, M.A, On Suud.) iigtt;r;,t the' Mordi alloc P're.?vrienm : Church, the . ,< *-,: .l.,kI on this sub ject. On account of Rev, Hugh Jones's indisposition, the first portion of the service was conducted by 'Blr .' ii tatid t i i 'n oourse of an interesting sermon, the reverend gentleman said, speaking froin St. Luke 10, 14th verse, "But his citizens hated him, and sent a message after him, saying, We will not have this man to reign over us." "Quite a number of members and adherents of the church have asked me my 'opiniulon of the Home Rule question,as it at present stands in the old land, and I offer no apology for dealing with the sub ject, The people of Ulster were merely repeating the words of the text, "We will not lhave this man to reign over us," but in a some what djffe ent sense-viA., the Pope of Rome, for they. had a sincere belief that Home Rule meant the rule of the priests. and Papalism. My answer to...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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Doctors and Patients THE SCEPTICAL DOCTOR. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

Doctors and Patients THI SCEPTICOAL DOCTO?. No. 2. Though it is admittedly against his own personal intereqt; the doep. lihal dootor is very slow td believe that anything is the matter with anybody. When patients come to him with their. imaginary ailments, he hears what they have to say, and g.utly smiles at them, but ctan scarcely refrain from blurting 'out aloud, " rot! " " rubbish! " In those chsos he seldom prescoribes any. thing more powerful than rhubarb, or any drug strougor than oolooynth. and if those good people really are resolved to be ill, and to obtain medical trentma'ent whether or n, he mostly finds a bread pill--to be taken tfour times a day--a safe and whole some remody. We have designated this second doctor as being sceptical, using the word in its Greek form " Skeptikos," which means "thoughtful,'" " refleeo tive," as well as "doubtful." Dr Skoptikos is all of these taken to gether. I-He is never hasty in form. ing an opinion, never jumps to conclusions. Acceptli...

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MENTONE v MOORABBIN PARK [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 2 May 1914

MENTONE v MOORABBiN PARK The above teams mot at Mentone on Saturday last, under favorablo meteorological conditions, but the insufficient rainfall natnuially caused the ground to be on the hard aide, Moorabbin Park. wero delayed in gettihg a team together- on account of the tzaius, The Commnsionerss and the service in general are exonet ated on this occasion for a change. * "It was on the part of one or two players who had missed the appointed'time to enable them to strip in due course to meet the rules of the FF A. However, both teams were eventually mastered by part:on lar request of umpire Na:han, and a quiet game of football was indulged in by, perhaps, what will tventually prove the two lightest teams in the Association: It is rather early to indulgb iq oriticism but, although both teams are clean and 'smart, the heavier blubs maj keep them much in the same position on the'records as previ9paly, but let us hope not. To las';e 1 the horor of leo ing his 6lub to victory was extel...

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