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THE CHAMPION FOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

THE CIIAMP'IOX FOOL. lhere's fools of many kinds; there' fools That think they know it all; There's foils who scowl at others when They cross their toes and fall; There's fools who think that ashen they're hurt All other folks should howl: There's fools who think the sun's got lost Hach time the weather's foul. But there's one hind of fool th:at's worse T'lu all the rest--excuse hie from the fool who boasts what ho Would do if he could only be In someone else'.s shoes. There's fools who go and drown thie selves \When ,'irls say "No"-they s'Ipos They cozldn't learn to love again rhey're small loss, goodness knows ! There's fools who think what they be ' liere is all that's true : there's some Who think when their di gestion's bad The old world's end has come We'll have'to hear with such as the.e, -I think-huit please excuse Mo from the fool who tells how hs Would do if he could only lbe In someone else's shoes.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MODERN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

31ODEIRN ENGLAND. The famous British family names are practrcally All leased for a life term to-. fair American daughters. The London stage is crowded Tl ith real American actresses- who are nightly applauded fortbeir dashing work in rerues. Even the city is full of Am erican business nmen. The best moors in . Scotland are leased by American millionaires. Andrew Carnegie runs libraries and peace associatior;s for the benefit of the English poor. and Astor runs a newspaper aiid own. ono of the finest houses on the Rliver 'llhames. ' Enizland and Englmsh l ire apparentlyl on the decline, poverty stricken, unbusinesslike, and consersa tive. It is suggested that the lonm, l:hsuiiation of the London financial S.r.et" is coming to an end. .sed tuorl will then control the credit of the. world, and thus the throne of usiiness. India is in practical ievlit, Egypt only kept under by the iron hand of Lord Kitchener ; Lloyd ;Georgn has ruined land in Great lBrita;n. in all the good 'people have...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Tennis '1'lxe followxot is· the rcsult l of i tell nis nwtctelx plav-rat thie \en w ,treet tlaicnlist 'L'ennis C(lub' court on Sbat ttrdtty lust: _ Sw; Street, t'li" v, Brunswick 3k leth-1 udieist.-.,Misses VWilliams end hltxrr le (l31nriiiiwxh) d. Vis All mv-ynd, Miss ll. I Iomlison, l0-S. Mhesrs- S. lxi 'a.! ind St'ieu (lriuxeiui-.k) lost: to Mlessrse xllxery 110 Gra-l ·IJ i-. 1)a vid anild 3lnss WIilliaimisn (Brxins lick) .. Mr. and Mrs. .\lliury. !)-5. Straw and Maiixis Bo ire (I i iiiie ck) d. Green anid Mli sr fl Il. e ix.l-4h12'1n li.iBiuniwick, Preijugiak .ri byon "B lol. ob uaeis.

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Miscellaneous Items. THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

m iscellaneous teims. Ti.E HORSE. ' The b min who continually yells at his hiorresso that you canu hear hin all.; ove the farm gets less work out of them than the man who speako to them ii:n a quiet tone. The semson is at hamd that is the hliardest on our. ever fiithful friend. the horse. The iraw; damp, wiildy or e:tremn cold .weather, together with a little h!.. flect,: may.; cause :the loss of a Nab ablo horse:- " When a horse comes in wet from rwork or, a drive, rub him well a;nd cover with a warmi woollen bla6lkt. Always cshange to a dry ,blanket shes thie har'se has cooled. Rub the le 1 well with .a wisp of straw or a towel. Every h. orse is more or less warm when he. conies,.in from a drive. Never strip off the harness or saddle an! lti the horse rush into a feed of outs or .trough of water. Never ;ive water or oats to a holre until' he has been in the stable an hour, and has hall some hay. This is a sane and safie :rnetire' and mIuch loss can Iea!avoided byeniorcing it. Be c...

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BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Bri,.hton J, v Ilawklburn.-Iory- and Ivory (ll.) d. 2lilroy~ an 3lerrie. -1-6, 6--1, 6-1: and d. 3fac:owan andl Sllo any, 6b-. 6--3: Bar;:our and 13undy (1B.) lost to 3ilroy end Mlerrie.;6--I, 5--6, 2--6, uid lost to '31aegow?ni anl Mosey", - -0--. G- -5. i-6. Total 1trihlton IB' 2 ritbl.-r:. 0 sets, 50 gailes; Ilawls'urnl . 2 ru!.?ers.5.5 sets, 50 games. ,"LADIES. East 'altaern v.. Brighton tA.-M-lisses Parsons nalnd3l'enan (IE..M.) d. 31 rd. Owen and Miss Creakto, r i-. -,, and lost to Misses r armstrollngt in?Watson, - -~ 5, -?-6;. Misses il1inti un lt intl (.3..) d. 3li.ss Ainsntroi_ and 1Wat" roti... 6-.. --1, and drew with 3irs. Owen and MIiss Cr(tton. '?llrinhtotn c:ouiti are" olien.for general prictice on 3loudtd (King's Birthday)

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

MOOiAB1LN. Tih: 21 trlnstccs of the MournnaIbij Methodist Church estertainu d mcisbers at a social gatlhrring on 1'"uesdav, eveninn most copah11 sarranngcd fin carried out. uuunder direction1 of Mr. Sec. rotary 1'. tthnlce. A purogrammne of 17 musical items was followed I,%" a cofiLs Supper, ned a most einoyab·le oveni.1 weas slent.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Progress League MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

trogress League • OlIlliALLOG. The usual" nintthly' nieetin? of .the l'ru-res 'Association ivas held in: the 31echanlic' 1histitute" oi 31onday weekl 31i: Mcl'hate ciceupyiig' the chair. " 'The ': Sceretiur " was " instructed to write to 31r. 'S?wha:ll re plans fur te: moving sand fronm creek near railway Iridge. " -. A letter was received from 'the (',uuncil stating that the :- matter of trinmnifig the hed-e round th&e foot hall lgrulll would receive early ''at tntion: 'also thalt the matter of waan derin lr'?ttle had been referred-to the insel'c Lor fur ibcces>-ryv attentioni The Secretary wat: instructed to write ':to thle Council thanking them flor . their -action in this matter. C('r. White'stated ithat the Engineer had sent reports of hole 'at the end' of the pier to thie lionud of Hicalth: and the Public Works lDepartment, 'enphas: isinr- the eneed for early : attention. W th reference to' the new'.P6st Ollico 'its waiis ':i'stated' idierea'I 43,000 'letters wer le...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

: S~S1N)RINGL A1 m: I";mmleor'- of Itho local Melthdist Clhiill rcceritlv olicied '£ 10 for every 1? stil souril:ed ?up to £100, .to reduce the "deltc oti, the. church p'roperty. T'he firS. 140- havinr:hode:n raised tlha Rev. S. Kight- offeler d if £100 were 'raised to:.mnkeit bguienas- (£105). It wLas decided to go. tlhe second wile" and. at . anj enjoyabl, gathering toindred by the'churc i-trustees ona' Tueday, the treasurer announced that the fund had reached up to: date, £105 7/1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

R. K. Fostr, M.:.ti Pharmaceutical Chemist. Emnlsioll of Cod Liver Oil With. Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. - FOB PULMONARY AFFEOTIONS. 000GHS, O0LDS, DEBIIJTI and WASTING. Ils. d. DISPENSING A SPECIALTYI Foster's Famous Remedies. 4"'.TI-CATAIRIIAL LOTION. . IDNEY MIXTURE POWDER For the Relief .ol h.li?cknchbo?:nv A certain remedy;. for 'lccumula- , other omm ' ommoyvl c3zerienced!,'ep tions in the Throat and Nostrils, tom.. and Post Nasal Secretions. /-.:: BLOOD. MIXTURE; f:NIC HAIR IDRESSING ": . For Blotches, Pimples, Boils, &e. U An elegant and most effectual pro paration for Strengthening and HEAD LOTION Promoting the Growth of the Hair, and rendering it beaitifully An effectual and clennly remit' Soft, Glossy,'and Non-oily. 1/-. for destroying I'arnaqites. 73/ ECZEMA OINTMENT. IVER MLXTURE A remedy for Skin Complaints. Although an unrivalled plrepara- For Gildlincss, Bilioss Ileadache tron for the use which its name Drowsiness, n,,l various S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

The QU a Y B?cher--K. Morrison BAY ST., BRGHN, S- O/r Hadmpton St. Tel. 227 Brighton. Howard Weber, P:Painter, PECIAL STOCK Paperhanger, REASONABLE PRICES. OF General Renovator, : . :. ' - . . ' YORK .DONEi.% SPIERID VARIr-7 Decorator,.' ALWAYSON HA. and LL SuBURBS rO" . " - . Repairer. MILL STREET, BRIGHTON. Gardeners 1 WATERTIGHITS and BI.UCIIERS. The Best in Quality means the Best Wear -and the most Comfort. - The Beat is Always the Cheapest. J T MATTHEW ROAD, St . CHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS THBE BEST-GIVE HIM A TRY. To the General Public of Cheltenham -and District.-Two things worth Remembering-J. T. MATTHEWS . 1.-Ens an up-to-date Stock at your doors. .2.--Skilful and Tradesmanlike Repairing a Specialty with him. Sbutry $barpii Carpenters, Builders & General Contractors. All Classes of 4*+H .+HI" Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and in any 8tate of the Commonwealth. IN THE Sewerage Work Executed on. Shortest Notice. Plans Prepared S and Estimates ** Bobm...

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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Caulfie1ll ouncil. The f'ortnihtly;mee,ig :of the Caul ield Council. u-as neld' on Wednuesday, ,wing to the !St. Kilda 3navoral ball tik'itnip':'ilace on Tuesday, the oisual nieeting night.. The ?4lvyor (Cr. Mur h.v);- and- Cr?. Eggleston, , is-e,.iall; (iitchbi,- .Charles. Brookshaw, 'Tyuec afnd Thomson atdended. MI.,TAL OlER. - The, tender of W. An-liss & Co., of Footscray, for the supply of (i,000 yards of metal; at 6/10 per ?rdl, was nec?ptedi. - .-Messrs Wills' andt'rist offered -the Council IS acres. of. land at Frikler, suitable for a quarry-for metal, at. a cost of ".75l per acre. They pointed ut that tihe dillfficult of getting the le-al to a railway station could he overcome by using motor waggons..; Cr. 'homson explained that whilst tilhe land was suitable for a ,uli:r6y 'the site was most inconveniently situ ated. It was lecided to take noi action: S'PRING .BI:ALANCES. *-.,he :irciilar .letter froml the :.iiater iltchers' Associatioi ?v?is received re guIding the...

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Brighton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Brighton Council.' T'here was again a fill attendance of councillors at last M'lodac's Brighton Council atetiing,. presided: over by the. Mayor, Cr l'honmsa-Wil son. J.P. The-council sat "in camerait until nearly nine o'clock,: opened the :doors and read; the miinutes of the previous council meineting, and thlien ient back again into committee until .J:40 pu. The onily recommendation maidecfo-. all this secrecy vwas in regard- to a few. electric street lih tsr: If is dilli cult .to understand whl?. this sort of thin; should obtaini so .xtensively. loTh romniittee systeni is.defenisible on certain grounds T-llie practice of .shut ting the door 'of: the council chanmber in` the. ranepayers' f4ces'nmeeting after nmeeting, without explanation of any sort.: is not defensible. BIRIGIHATON'S ROADS.; " . Nrw Street. The ':public works conmmittee. consid ered the- niatter of boundarv roads, about wlich the respective engineers ofl righton" and 3looranlbin conferred recently -' loorabbin deci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Aec YoUR STOREEEEPERE FOR Tom Sm it From absolutely Pure SUPERIOR Locally Grown.... Tomato Putup in our Sowni:Bttles. ?": Sauce Article. "SMITH & : } ANUYACT URED AT AMBERT HighLtt Raiulway Stau?iowPh ?C"i i20 Phores-8a3 Windsor; 2243 City. Established x867. JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 884 High Street, St. Kilda, and 488 Flinders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Aasootution store Manufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and FHarness at Lowest Prices Collars Made and Fitted under Spenal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes Royal Agrieultural Show, 1910, 19L and 1912. Awarded First Prize for Collars, 1912. A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. A Red Hot Proposition: Have a . Modern Gas Fire Installed 6 No more chilly Half-Hours at Breakfast. * One Penny gives you One Hour's radiant lcat. * It is Really Hot.-You can toast at it. " Light it when you want it. - Turn it off when ydu don't. NO WAITING for the FIRE to Burn UP We have all the dirt, dust...

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"Go to Church Sunday" METHODIST REVIVAL THROUGHOUT MOORABBIN SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

"Go to Eburcb Suda" M.EnTHODTST' {B^VJILa TIlROUGII OIu' MOOulBBIN- SIIRE. : Tom 'i or ro hla bi-'n.selct1" i as "'o to Churi:. Suiday" liv th '3elltlodist Ciht'it. of '::loorabbli, nand ill local rcsicdlnts;'. nadlierentosii otlirri?Bj:: ars invited-to attend special services as a special. effoit U0uon this one. Siiday. S1lipei pircndlers have 'lien': ii'point.d at :entleigh (Centre road aiid ,Tucker road)i'-3Iooralbbin,: Cheltiibham, -Heath erton,-; entone nud-Ilordialloc.

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MR. G. H. CARTER. HEADMASTER OF THE BRIGHTON SCHOOL FOR 16 YEARS. HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE SERVICE. PRESENTATION FROM SCHOLARS AND STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

MIR. G. II. CARTIER. rIEADMASTER OF TIHE BRIGIITON SCHOOL FOR 16.YEARS. MIS RETIREMENT FROM THE SER-, VICE. PRESENTATION FROM SCOHOLAERS AND STAFF. , Mr. G. 11. Garter, who has been headmaster of the Brighton State School for the past 16 years, retired from thai Education Department on. Thursday.. Before the school was closed for the day the scholars as teebled out in the schookl yard. Mr.. Munby, addressing the . scho lars,. said that they were gathered to gether with, mixed feelings. They, might have feelings of thankfulness, gratitude and congratulatfon, but mixed with them were feelings of loss and regret at Mr. Carter's retirement. Their respected headmaster had creat ed the crime of growing older. (Laughter). lie had that day reach ed th. 65th mile stone on the journey through life. On their behalf i lie wish ed Mr. Carter many happy returns of the day, and congratulated him on his long and faithful service as :a teacher. He had been, a real father to the children and a truee....

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Our Band. ENTERTAINMENTS WEEKLY AT THE DRILL ROOM. A RECORD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Our Band. ENTERTAINMENTS WEEKLY AT THE DRILL ROOI1. A RECORD ATTENDAINCE Never before has the accommodation at the Brighton Drill Room been ta ed torthe extent it was last Satur day night, the occasion being a com plimentary concert tendered to the ladies who had assisted the band committee at the recent garden fete on March 7th. Invitations had been sent to those who had assisted, and the response was most gratifying to the committeo, and a most enjoyable programme was provided. As it was thought desirable not to disappoint those desirous of securing seats a cer tain number of extra seats were made available to the public at a nominal charge, and the eager demand for admission was manifested long before eight o'clock, when at 7.45 the sale of tickets had to be stopped, the snaciou - building bIing filled in every'part. The feature of the pro gramme was the initial perfor/nance of the band's orchestra, under Band= master H. L. Glenn, which was high ly commented on. 'the pictures wer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

.................THE................. SElsternwick _i FRESH S FOOD SUPPLY. howell's, len Iluntly ld, A Few D)oors Blow1 E. S. & A. Bank. We spleialise rt the l ovisiEr Trade; keep the rcery I ,. \ ,lý ,r. ilI able, and will i ot ie nilo"eroil. All Goods kept in Cooling Chain ber. Eggs front Cool Districts. Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Britter,, and Cheese from Western District Factories. Kindly RIcinmber This-Whether your Order is Worth a Shilling or a Pound we Deliver it Promptly and in a crreful and Ulp-to-Date manner. W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districb, that-he hIr Opened a Store at Glen iHuntiy (Late Blundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory; The Favor of your Patronage is respectively Solicited GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES-Brighton, Elsternwlck, Balaclava and Glen lHuntly. W. H. NIeHOLSON, Grocer, Wine & Spirit Merchant , 'phone 64 Brighton. " *" .-- O *-- e* *...

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Moorabbin Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Moorabbin council The otliiiary ??neting of- the Moor allhii Shire Council Ras held on M3on da iy, when tihe President (Cr. Ferdi uando), indui Crs. Scudds, White, Kel ly, Irovnflleld, Smith, ljirriott, )3ills, Shields, Egglestn, anld Burgess at tiiidlled. Cr Small, who was unable to lie presen?t on account of ill-health,; wailsgrainted lea: e of alnce, anda the secretary -was instructtd to write a letter e'xpress:ng the wishi of the Couit cil that` lie would soon lie restored to gobd health;; . 'i]lE BEAUtIUARIS EICECTRIC:-.: r0.-,,"11 1 1Sioballr3 LA; tnotilied that. ::li;e had :forwnrdedl, the Council' plrolXsition.- for :the rouite :of:i the prlfO Iposed bllectiic trnitii' toi ieu?risn: oii to the . ili ter of -Railways ;.who wan sysauphthetic?;with ?' the Coilneiils wishle aid ,Jroiliseld to deinl i~i4ith ie matter .ie :'letter.\whs iw.'cciceel:;:".' -: NEW .POST OIFFICI lOR 310RDI AILOC., 3Mr. ltoyd, 31.11.R;, notil'd that tlhe I.osstinante.rGeneral had agreed to the erection ...

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BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

BRIGiTON. Mr. 11..Nathan, of St. Andrew: st., has decided to become a candidate for the.seat in the East Ward akgainst Cr. Alford./ Mr. Nathan has dis played his active, hustling alhiities to advinntage in regard to local electric trams, having approached the rate payers allected by the protposed loop along Bay street, and carrying the movement to a successful issue. ile has both ample time and energA to devote to puitlic ainirs, as indicatea by his efforts with other enthusiasts -to make the Brighton Poultry Show a notable' feature in the poultry world of the State.

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CANDIDATES IN THE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

"CANDIDATIES IN, TIHE- -IELD Contests are foreshadowed at the forthleoming annual municipal elsc tions in Brighton and Moorabin.

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