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P.D.C.A. Matches Ending December 20th. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

"1).C;A, Matchees Ending December 20thi .First Grade. Cheltenham 120 and i¢ (Fisheb4i; Foremn ai 17, Mains 2"? Cloa(ve six for 103,, VWalkdi joui for f76) bent liighett 41 and nine for-80 -(Clase 54 ;- lRose five for:.66,: Fisher three for 60) by. 79 runs on first .innings' -U6ngs. 201 and seven for 71 (lay bill 16, Stewart 29 no Ni.ielsen two for' 14, Vincent twoe for 18)'. beat Union' :1-13 (Whitby 57, ,Moor. 1 ; StaIeln two .for 40 Edwards foir' for -15j:by; 58 runs on. first innings; Elsternwick A.N. ? 134' (Kenley 57; PNrkes 26 n.o.; Hanser? foir' or' 50, Grigg `two for 34, Clay two for 21) a'nd one :for 8 beat Ifoly T'l ritity; 91 and 58 (Hlammond' 19; art five (for": 13) by nine wickets and. three rung. .ANDRJIGRHAM BEAT AIHAMPTON). SECOND CRAVE.` St r'Mary's3 .1:.02" (Clenenger 50 (rig four for 2, Frier tabf or one, rolds'aorth- teio for 30) and: fi'e fdo6ir 88 (lDavis 22," Treigold 18, NbleR23 n.o.)'.: beat H·oly 1 rinit?l114~ id 67 (Duncaien 19, Medhurst: 15 Poineroy -four...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

r oster, M C..-I harmaceutical Chemist. ,Efflnlsion of God LiverOil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. FOaB :PLMUONART AFFEOTIONS, 0OOGHS, OOLDS, DEBILITY Sad WASTING. 1. d, ?DISPENSING A SPECIALTYI Foster's 3nous Remedies S.,f.:' .la ' - .jror:. theo Relief .o Backache and : remedy for Aecumula- .'other, commonly xper-nnced ymp: : e.': : '. '-:: a' Throat nid Nostrils, .-: .tom .; '. ,: . - :: . .'' N::. . Secretions 2/-. BLOOD BLOOD ML'TURME DRESSNG For Blotchei, Pimples,Boil, &e. / I':'d imost: offcctual pr , S.'Strengthening HanEAD LOTION - :. :; e ,:Growth of - the , . nderg it beautiully An.iectualdd en ^^ t* rea n.- pn-o"y. al^' n rpara- mFor Giddincsl,-lilous- ; oadachis, S:n-:- .?va. l nae Drowsiness; ard various Symptoms a I u nt is o great resulting fromni the Liver. - /. :ymessy o4e trroubles' to l?i sin. islable, s ? uch as RECORD EMBROCATION' 1ds, Old Sores, Pimples Fi." r Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, ' Broken- Chilblaissm,; Sprains...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

The QUALITY urKMrrison mi ---****...--- 0/5' Ham pion Sk We Sell thEiearth By'tlieFoot;Acre or iile' eox Bros. (J. & C. Cox),. Cfr Glen Huntly & bt. George's Rds` ELSTERNWICK, EARTH SALESMEN Rednts Collect?l,,ll Suburb" SPECS i.-F l AUCIo ERL (Harold Looker, formerly Paruter And Auctioneer in late 'Firm of \V. it. Looker and ,;ins), ESTATE "nid FINANdIAL CGENTS, FARM SALESIk'N:"\ALUELS, OPPOSITE CAULFITLD STATION. oPPOSITE CAULFilILLI) SITA'IION. Houses, Farms, Orchards, For Sale Laroughout the' Surrounding Districts. MONEY TO LEND ON .MORTGAGE from 4i per cent. per annum. 'Phones-aOi01, Malvern 827 ; Privated=Oakleigh l1. Parlicaulars' Wanted of Properties For Sale and To-Let. M"r.- Harold' Looker may' be" consulted at his Privatei \ddress, .'Yambee," .Neerim -road; :-Murrumbeena. N.B.-Jn d'order to avo6id confusion, please cairefiill -:noti firm's name and ,addriess= Oppfite :Caulfield Station only. 'Baylee & Co., Established 40 Years. (E. C. Murphy). AUCTI...

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Our Schools. STAR OF THE SEA CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

Our Schools. SThe fol lwiii, is the. prize list of the Star .~ of th: Sea Conient,'..EI sternsvick :- - SPECIr PItl7S..,i :Christiaiin f!o)trife :(gold- medal. pW :cnted; by .'ery l1ev:.l. G?: Gougih) peakmiani' 3rd. Junior P Jiblic. Special prizes pre sented o K. 1Grout, passlng? in .ng lish, i French (dist.), German (dist.). arithlnietic, `,,algebra; Latin, and _eo -Lraiphy ; 1)- levine, passing in lini, lish,' French, iusic, uriithmetio, alge bra,,'l.atin and geography; 31. Ken ntdy; pa5sing.' in English,: French, .,r ithmcetic, algebra, ',:orinetr'y, trigbnion etry,. and geog aphyi; K . Branigan, passing in. 1nglislf, French, German, arithmetic, algebra, -and geography. Phlysical I Culturei. (Bjelke-Peterson Bros.' special 'prizes).-Senior. Division (gold imiedal)--E. I tCarthy. Improve mcnt, prizes-Ml. Hopkins ,'and 31. Canipbell. : Junior division-''f. Wall. Improvenient .prizes-K. 0 'Keefe5 D.; Crozier, Clair?i de Ierigny:. -music.--P.liano (old.inedsl) --C 'I0o' icss-ey. I:l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

ROYAL ECHANGE. ASSURANCE CORPORATION OP LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £6,0ooo,oo. Fire, Marine, Burglary, Accident. VICTORIAN BRANCH-3_ QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J . O. Journeaux, M asgger - DISTRICT ACENCIES. ' (BRIGITON-S. P. Simmonds, Estate Agentý Bav6 Street. MIDIULE BIl' IGHT'ON-Connor and Alford, Estate Agents, Church Street. ST. KIIIA-Prince and Co., Estate Agents, 256 Iligh Street. SANDRINGIHAM-Round and Co:. Eslate Agents, Melrose Street. CAULF'Il.I4)--Harold Looker and Co., opposite Caulfield Station. CGAI)ENVA I.E--Thomson and Collinson, Estate Agents, Gardenvale. BALACLAVA-A.. E. Forster, Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street. ALL 'UNDER GOVERNMENT AMILY .BU CHER,. : SUPERVISION. ' GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY.: Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry.' Cut Daily; :Poultraii nd Rabbits Always on Hand. : : Carts Daily to Ormond, 'McKinnionz-Bentleigh~ Bnghton, Elsternwickl, East Malverni, Caulfield, Carnegie,dGlen Hutly andMurribeena, And Surround...

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Cricket. BRIGHTON AND MALVERN, AT MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

IBRIGHTON AND MALV1RN, AT SMAtERN. ... L. D. ,Ferguson 151, C. Ne'illo 61 . and 15 Wickets for 86 oruns. . Irightonb neser? anticipat.ed winning in such .adecided i niieriiaginst 1'al-. ven, a?'r'priase ia -due -to :thecap" tain for his "f~esight ins cloing the innings at .the ctil' of thc first, day, ans also' for'hi: hndliandg' of the'liin= ited bowling at his comnind. Bob Gizeve was not playing, and'Brighton. had to right their way throiigh sith Neville,' :iscd6k and "Kig, With S. Warne-Smith as the last hopedshould the 'idA"hliie'eeide' his assistaice.' This' `uartettie roe to thi'occasion ad each bwled " splendidly;' ut lei'ille 1ýsjs the bright 'particular stnr Malie?nd started with deternination toi otirliau'Brightoni's total of 372, and .Neville, against the breeze and tkeeping , h .' ,ixollent length, bowled alte''ately.v ,t'ihe 'wickets and for d~feld; which was well placed. His sex with his accurate pitch .assisted Neville,' aid 'ruie fro6m his end cams sloqly, . This was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

SOUTHERN CROSS ENVEIPES 116 prw i400. A DiWOkason (Late with lRed Store) 3iegs to notify ?residcnits'if Sand. ringhamn and District thiztlid hfis taken over. the busiiness forni?elyi carried on by Mirs' olls, isiri fliose-street' nd trusts to be favored ivit li' share of their patronage DI. W CKASON, FRUITEIREI and GR1EEN(GI)OER. Families -Waited on Ifor Orders. Choice Fruits::ii Season, and Yege tables Fresh Daily. Bowls I-.. fi...; ? ..:.? . .,Vr6?E; Gard c1-EL':"f ... , . .! ~.A 1ONE: ... : .8 Ould, , .Me ,.l .Ia .i . it:t? Ut --.. ;: . . 4 1 Rd:l ri, o'iin. 11. ilTa'tin1 R` "p olf, " A. 'i n oari, o i,, " A. 'ots, lorgan, Clicia?y, M 91 ,3 "l - C 8LNH 11 iti. SICIMOND RUNION. :" . FOi?ina, L. l Wof,' J. 'ionk, ,l- arneit .. -. . . i Bae1att -,si EC Barnett, Scullin, eIPage .. ...... ': . .. 22 I 01 L1 Telephone 940, Brighton. H5 S. WHITE HW75, Cr. MEEK' and NEW STREETS;, BRIGHTON. Furniture. Carefully Removed to any part of the State by Covered Spring Vans. Picnics Attended. Lug...

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New Books [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

New Books the Latest Books Added to Chaffey's Up-to-Date LiLrary and For Sale at 3/6 each. The- Valiants of Virginia--. E. Rives The Joy Bringer-G. MacGowan.. Mr. Pratt's Patients.-Joseph Lincoln Two Kisses-Oliver Onions. The Dark Flower-J. Galsworthy. The Desirable Alien-V. Hunt.: The Flanm-0. Wadsley. The Chance-J. Conrad. Cupid Goes North--Martin Swayne. This up-to-date Library contains over 3,000 recent books to choose from. SUBSCRIPTIONS BEGIN. NOW.':. 1 Book and Magazine, 3/6 per qtr. 2 Books and Magazine, 5/6 per qtr.: .Books and Magazine, 7/6 per qtr.:+: All the latest Books and Periodicals are added to the Library every week; All Books are Exchangeable as often as Subscriber pleases. : H. B. CHAFFEY, BRIGHTON BOOK ARCADE, 13 AND 75 BAY STREET. BRIGHTON (Near New Street). . . . . • ? + ' ' + + + . , + + . ?

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Seasiders THE HOLIDAY VISITORS. INCIDENTS ALONG THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

SeaSiderst .T'IE HOLJDAY" ýISITOIIS:. : INCIDENTS . ALONG TIlE BEACII.i ' The, crorvdis l:uthat, .freqiuendted the beaches between? Brighton- and' )ordi alloc: during the' holidays t:ere "~xcep tionally3" well 'behaved;, for there: was; noise of <that" hilarious dconduct '`hich: usuilly'.. iccoiupan-es ia festive:season.; Thi'- police had an easy tusk :;:r to maintain order, and throughouti -tlhe whole' district :only three or fourivisi-. itors Wcere locked ip fior drunkeniiess as :'against scores on previouis years. It was. also noticeable that 'greater regard :was paid to the regulations controlEne open sea bathing; and that there' ?iiere practieallv; no 'instances` of bathers loiterin g .n: the sand to whlich the most finstidious couldr take objection. The means and devices ad opted by the 'trippers 'to observe the regulations especially: as far' as disi robing and i obing were concerned ine rlicated the necessity for: the estab lishment. of publnlic dressing sheds at ...

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POSITIONS. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

. .) r . IRST GR.&.UE, - S ?.*T: :h'., W. y :J ? Pts.; Ellindale ... ... ' 'O . O 12 Sarindnghh ;.ai ... :..-: L. 0 10 ighett ... ... .. 4 1 1 9 Cheltenhami .; . '. . :;..' 3 6 :3 - 0 • -. 5 Hdmpton . .. 3 3 0 6 Cdngs . ... ... " 0 8 A.N.A .. .-.*... 2 3 1 5 Unio ... ...;. .. Trinity ; . .':: . : .O. SECOND IGRADE.-' St. Maris. ;... ... 0. 0 12 Hrurlingham .; . .. 4:. 0' S Sandringhani Presý: .r'.e 3 0 .: Trinity ... ...; ... ... 4 ' 0 S Congs. ... ... .. .. . . ..3 3 0 -6 Elsternwick Metb. ... 2 4 0 4 Brighton "1Pr:s ... ... 1 5 0 -2 THIRHD GRADE. St. Catherine's . ;.;:. :.0 0i: 0 1-2 Hurlingham ... .. .. 6 0 0 12 St. Mary's... ... ..... 4- 0 8S Moorabbin ... ..,:.. .. 3- 3 0 6 Regent Park . ... .. 3 :3 0 6 Baptststs ....; ... 3 3 0 6 Bientligh Meth ... ...2 4 '0 .'4 Highett ....... .. ... ... 2 4 :0 1'4 : . D.A, Dlelogates' minetig;i Tu.adudyl -ight," ToVn RHall annexe; 8' 'clock

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

Late of New Zealand. . -BUILDER and BUILDING SURVEYOP. at 110 CHAPEL, STREET, WINDSOR. If about to Purchase:or Repair House Property, For a semal fee I may save you pounds. Consult an Expert before Buying or Repairing.' Reports furnished on Construction and Condition of any Class of Building. Estimates for Repairs. 132 Years at the rado.. C E. MENERE ROTOR ENGINEEB, UEPAIBING AND WJRING DIPOT, RiNER[ OIIAP :NL.STREET & BRTOITON ROAD, ST. T. KI DA : foir Gore Overehan?led. :etrol asd Oil Stord. godorn Touring Cong sad Tani Oaoa ai Rosr, y and Nghtp .o.".."." o..*.."*.... * . ..... .. e..e.e: i . .i "o * : ***e **..** * .. e-* * s***** Healthy & Unhealthy Lighting . ::i Much stress frequently laid by interested persons on the enormous advantages of electric lighting over gas from the hygienic point ofview. Hear what three eminent men have recently said on the subject -= `Much evidence has lately been adduced to show that. gas is more useful than the electric light ii p...

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B.D.C.A. v. CHURCH OF CHRIST ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

7 y u h . of Chrisi *Asoeiatl o, h 'l ,eanale to -;ithstand th?i.?bowling tlJatier' a'score included three ixes~ oCiArcib f Chlrist batted .wil,,'and the 4t ~ekt~t felltfor a 'runs: 3 irner as1.runt ol aftler fiur i rns had Ibeen added, but Boro?sk; wh10ho hilled the vacancy,'" `and' :liceison - irriled t:ihe score :o o :"1:12 before 'the pertwitslli waS, dtiissed. The iIlhins" closed for 21'. -Brightoni. in their - second effrI:t maide ia better shou?, ad lise.. ti it sdias called had lost" two0 ickets fior 81 runs. Church of Clhrist U eion by 117: rint on irhal innings... 'lie scor1es wre:? brirt itnn lng . Cole, c Turner ..... .. ..5 LUrnepS b C. firnir.:. .. .. Whitby, 'c and b tDieksoia .., I1 ienley b 'Turner. 3 Edwards, .b: :b Borowsky . 20 .:. iear, e and bI Borowsk- ::...:: .-I: Woods, b Borsk . ::: .: 0 I1ayball; i'rai out.: " ' ::. 0 Abbott b Bonaield .. I'. tose, I' Benlicld . ' ... . .t )obsoii,: no' out .. . . 0 S'titdries . Blicloson on: for 2L; iirt ithree :for 31; l...

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The Windsor [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

The. Windsor ili he inds.i .i ranine for Decein-. tuiiii l new ieatures of the ,hrat im lpottauifi a5 .sell s the I itest rte latlrents or. the serial proeramme which hpa:proved such a genuine suc ess ;,in the; last few numbers. For in otityce a there.is auong ohroplete:stoy by oeto rt;e Biorri hiceh'is oner i oi; the most ' intrestings pieces of soc evie written hy atha re\.launted, loasterniord tIle urtll of Sthei ishort, ';stor es gr atry -cortple Kr.this tiunuect sor the deWind ;deur.^; -te before h is amuci rea etted derath Itrgisia story; which no 'onh should mss, a iid is inel illustrated by A. J. Goigh.i 'l odern romance of a more serious kind is represented by a. polerful story froemo theu lin of Dlolf Wyllarde; Among other rcomplete storis, seriouis and entertaliung, are contributio,s by writers of such varied talents as Fred Ai. bhite, lDornlord Yates, and W'. Outrath Tristram, th author of ir IHerbert iree's greatly successful play, "The iRed Lamp," as well as of several...

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B.D.V.A. v. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

On Saturday: 3.0U A sicAire "eusaged wiith jthe Church `ofEnrnigliidrdi Associa - tion 0on the JBrighto i0Beachu gril und. The local inptain; i'o l th osi s o?hd ekected -to but:,thitvi . an d A.ole opened. to th ? I-oflin' oifGrilliths and os-e. an d theyd i btih ?iutl 1 with a bouindary hit; 39 anperPdizn <.a the ioardl before the piartnership ias sep isratc?d bs3 b-:-Whith} being'given- wot .b;.r ?dwards pilayed&" cautiously ljbut` toar ds the .end'iofhiS: si niii o? ienedl IatL and got three fours:;: to 'i;. K~enle] siinscaught before he could ?g?ti goineic. 1W Jei'ar beaiid:i iggrsss utee The lir?t lie :eickeits had r siltcd" in?l "25?isrues,:, bdt?:the i;.esee fell vey` cheap -the- toal score !eing 1-12. The firet tLo oickets of!tFhea3 heihls. of ?.hEnland: Associatioi n ".ere :ierb d by : : ~BhRose' wiiliouit'.'ilhjri licjnifij scored. (Jood panrtsniships between Lo'e, Brookslhai?, Baring anid 'i1"irk altered the coiiple.sioi f li the : nuantli and at the f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

Doherty & o. , Cash Drapers. 127 Glen Huntly Rd:,Elsternwick 'Phone-Brighton 747. ARE NOW SHOWING NEW SPRING GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.. CHOICE MILLINERY. DRESSES AND SILKS. BLOUSE AND FLOUNCING EMBROIDERY. . VHITE AND OLD BLEACH LINENS. SPONGE CLOTH AND FOULLARDS. POPLINS AND WHIPCORDS. HOSIERY AND GLOVES. LACES AND RIBBONS. WE HAVE A FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER. ALL. WORK GUARANTEED P.S.--SEE OUR SPECIAL ENGLISH CORSETS THE FORMESSE, 6/11 and 8/6. THE CLASSIC, 10/6, 12/6, 13/6. GUARANTEED GOODS. SHOP :AT* THE (Registered). UP-TO-DATE. DRAPERY AND MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT Latest Xmas Novelties. Inspection Invited ART NEEDLEWORK( UNDDRCLOTHING, DRESSMAKING. SPECIALITIES AGENT FOR--MADAME WEIGEL'S CUT PAPER PATTERNS. The: Celebrated 'ITALIAN BENE DICTINE, Auti-Got,:' Rheunmatic and Sdiatica Powders, direct from Pistoia Italy; For Sale. Corner Church, & Male Sts., Middle Brightoin; One Minute from Railway Station. S ADVANCE BRIGHTON. THE PUBLIC SiPPLIED at WTOLE SALE RATES. C...

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INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCHES. B.D.C.A. v. SOUTH SUBURBAN CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

ITTfE rASSI001ATIO\ ATCHIS. B.D.C.A ý SOTUTH SUiBUB?,N Tqie matches played betec the various. district' associatiouns 'attracted a,.:`, large attendance ?t the different' grounds,: The.. B.DU.A. represent-:. tiVdcs;did roit fare ; as:i well - as: other teams oldwiang" to the wsanti of practice .on. turf w-ickets.` .The lirstgame was playeda.;t Elsternwick against the South Suburban Churches. . -The. lat' ter opened the' game, and when the firsat ?'icket f. ll for 'live- runs the Brighton districts thought: they, had an' easy' snap, but the rest of the, -team battlled well, and tliy .were not dismissed "until 246 runs appeared.. Brighton tried no less- tian, eight bowlers. C. Kenley nd :D. ."Bear commenced the .batting; for B.D.C..A. Kenilev had scored `six when Bear was. clean howled by Dobson.' Bhiltby took up ' the: vacancy, but was dismissed with. ,the. following ball. WBoods puit on the pads, and 'the score was car ried ito ?20 before his stumps -.were scattered by Dobson. The "...

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The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914. District News OUR CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

Let all the ends thou aim'et at be' thy country's, thy God's, and truth'.. SATURDIAY; J.LNUAL Y :, 1914. -. District News OUlR ICALENDl)U . The. annual "Solithern Cross" Cul :-edar has been: plublished,- and is dis : itributtd -witlh .this issie. Any sub-: scriber: who does `iiot receive "a copy should' apply to the newsagent' deliv erini the palter. BJRIGHTON , *?The da nger? f. al lowii igsni?all cildren o paddle uniatteidedi along the Beach was .demonsitrated on Sundiay after ;i:on ;'Tere'I as a, l rge concourse of people .rissemnbleRl ait'Brighton Beach S?n?:: ii?hmnutbers of children were batiing sthe hallow waters snteer the pier. A toddler of 15n iontlis .was playing :in the '.water 'when sh was suddenly s-n to- fall face downwards.'. 'Ice mother'sacreants attracted manun who bvas.: bathing. in tle vicinity J and hi~ rusihed across and picked i'" thde little girl shro, ifortunatei?, had only beeni uderi the wacnter for a feiv seconds. lWhilst open sea bathin in Pbor Phillip B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

ehurch Services' i; hi I Itt St. 1,d s--1, .r. Plaitt, 7, ie r. (tr, I cr.eli, South Briehtcn.-3. ! Ir I.,thri ,; 7, 3hr. 3i arriott. ?lti ,,,Nt. (Brightoin New Street Cir ruit New street-11, Mr. Patnahby, L.T!, : 7. Re. 8. .Adamson.' Mill. st. -- I. a'v.. Adamson; 7, Mr. Wil lina:-n. Were stret--ll. MIr. Millen: 7. 1r. Chinchei. eandrngham-i I, li,. . Ilall; 7, Rev. U. .W. S. ( all. lIampton--ll, ,Mr. Parsonx 7, )Ir. I' arnaby-. L.Th. Gardelnal- 11 . Ankete'il; 7, Mr. WilAains. - ---4++--- Mhe. .ir. Brown does not Ipna his ifte LImuch attention. lie: No;'. The only time I ever knew of his going out \\ith her was one timtlb when the gas ,\ploded. A Sl'Ir, IHAT,' aindI1ADKERCHIEF And 'WIT'l UNE EXCEPTION, A: MAN IS. SMIZRT e )LR TiLS IN- EITIHER CITY OR CHAPEL STREET. FOUND ONLY AT GrAFULLyN DRAPESSEY EMPORIUM, GLENHUNTLY ROAU, ELSTERNWICK. Houses and Land For Sale. \ ( I'?lS, 12°, part cropped, suitablle i. for market larden. A.- I. Bunnyv Nurnuinbly st., Oakleigh. LAND FOR SALE. .c...

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[?]LECTIONS FOR AUTOGRAPE ALBUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

S LEaITIONS FO AUTOOR?fI ALBUMS. 1 : ! for aught that I eonll u m lw : ý ed'r hear by tae aee hstoy; [fie course of tree lows sot 411 ,Ia smooth, :ey the hib s of ear t~readhip a This is thine album. May it be A source of hppineuss tothee; And may each page that's written e'ar, Be better than the one before. Ma happinisa ever be th lot, nher thou shalt be; And joy and pleasure light the spot That may be home to thee. I cannot wish thee greater jos Than others here expressed, But I respond with every power, To wish thee ever blessed. 4 always kind-hearted, do good witbhout end. eot naever forget your aecticoate friend. Hero's a sigh for those who love ms, And a imile for those who hate And whatever sky's above am, Here's a heart for. eesy fate. If ever a husband you should have, An t he this bookhould see, Tell him of your yonthful days, And kiss him once foi'me. Worlds mray pass away and perish. Every feelingdieaway. But the constant love I cherish Never shall decasy.-' . For thee, ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEMME and HANLEY 245 Bay Street, Brighton. Telephone: 225 Brighton. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 January 1914

TEMME and :HANLEY 245 Bay Street, Brighton. Telephone: 225 Brighton. The cheapest Dirapers iii'tie district,: the largest stock to select from, aid best quality goods for the pprice to be had anywhere. Ladies: Comeo at onced if y'ou'. want a good washing dress for the holidays. Woe ill measure you anid you can pick your,style at the r sameprice i as stock Eoyles' best prints to' nieasre, iiice 13 ,piped, triimed, large buttoonis, laerge siilor collar, -open::fronit or' back, ;for r Coateo and kirt for 8s 6d, piped and trdnimeda. ;:-·' . a:tStriped :'crepes, good: quiality, at .s .lid `the:dress.: We Vohave madeiover 200 already, and iro open to make lanotheir 200. Every customeir las.been satisfied: Wse Will take backl any garment' tat" does not meet with your approval, even if made to order. :We"have dozens ready made, all. sizes in stock. . ,White :Silk: Blouses;:, good 'silk, ..at as lld, 7s Gd, Os 6d, 12s 6d. : Lace .Coatees .silk lined;, beautifully made for: 13sGd; .18s 6d,- 2...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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