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Brighton Poultry Show. A RECORD ENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Brighton Poultry Show. A.RECORD ENTRY. `Cli firsth annual show of the Brigid ton Disitrictl: Poultry, ;l'jgeon,:·: and Canary oclety?: to :be: held· in . tho Drill 'itodi'i.:Lrghto°n ion n riday, and atlurday. next June I: and 13,.pro mises to be a classic event in the history of thelpoultry shows of the State. The entries easily constitute ia record for Brighton, ahd in some respects for the whole State.., Over to coniipetrti'.e entrnes hae Iseen re ccived for as .many birds;, including representatives from every part of the State, and. also from, Sydney. ?An :entry of 107i Orpiligtons has probabljy never been previously reached, in this country ;.there ljcing an easy record of 37 in buffs; while 25 black cock erels ivill. compete in line. There are also 73 Wyandottcs, 70, Leghorns, ?i0 Game, 53 Plymouth Rocks, and over 50 Ducks of all varieties. Amongtho new features that will be introduced for the first tnoe will be the " Com incnt Card" system of judging; and a judging competiti...

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

.. 00OORABBLN THIE WEST RIDING. For the .West Riding Seat,irendered varant by Cr. Small's retirement, quite, a number of names of aspir ants have been mentioned. " Mr. II. P. Anstee, of, Beach road, definitely announces his candithiture, as also doe' M3r. 1f. B. Grace. Mr. Anstee's 'candidaturo is the develop ment of representative citizenshipl m Hampton first as secretary and sub curlsently- president of the local pro gress associations Mr. Grace has had a wide experience as estate.: a?t and arluer, aitd has alI intilate know ledge of every part of' the riding. Mr. Grace. announces definitely that he will stand agtinst all coiers. Mr. J. Darley 3[ealey, J.P:, who is a.nmember of the Eltham Shire Coun cill signifies his willingness to place his services .at the disposal of the ratepayers should they be realsition ed, s'hilst a requisition was signed for presentation to Mr. ¶~.?Weston, the popular secretary of the bowling club'. Mr. W. II. Barnett has not given a decided answer to .r...

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

Electric Saw Mill and Timber Yard. Evervthine at MebournePrice apherson and Lawrie. Middle Brighton. Teepne 4 e. R. 0. TEMME 245 Bay Street, Brighton. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE FOR DRA' ERY IN VICTORIA. Extraordinary Week. £200 WORTH OF MANUFAC TURERS' SAMPLES BOUGHT LESS THAN HALF COST IN ENGLAND, SOME -SLIGHTLY DAMAGED TO BE SOLD. CHEAP. LADIES' ANID CHILDIIEX'S ROSE at Id. a Pair. Lt..ES' BLACK LACE AND E.lMBlOlDEllY HOSE, at 6d. LADIES AND CIILI)RIiN'S SINGLETS, at Id. LADIES' ST'OCKIQNETTE COMBIINATIONS, at 1/6 and 2/6. LADIES' 31ERINO CO.{llNATIONS, 2/6. A LOT OF 1EVEING SI'ENCEIS and BODICES, Trinurr.d .ace, Jet and Sil!., 1/6 and 2/6, worth 7/6 Each. CIIILDLIN'S COATS, Nice nid.Warin, ;at 3/11 and 1/11. GENTLI.E EN: 510 Dozen SAMPI,I'E SIN;IETS and 'ANTS, LInder Cost att S031E 1,0\ElY FINE WOOL Wo u l AND SILK .11XTITIRE'S. SIL.K SOX, at 1J/ and 1/11. SILK STRIIPE- SIOX, at tC. atn 1/-, worth 1/6 and >2/6 a Pair. GYlNXASIUM or ATIILETE SIXGI.ETS aId PANTS, At I/- und 1/6 Ech.. B...

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Brighton Cemetery. SOME INTERESTING STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Brighton Egmetery. SOAE IN"TERs'ESTIN' STAT ISTIO. The . annual bInlance sheets: of the ceiiterry trnsts thriahosut tlhe Siiate showso . •thit ]Brighton .holds the ni .ue position o1, toppiifi:the:' list witthi thi larestt receipts, andl also the largest credit ?i : ellancel. Thi lBriglitoi figures are ais follows Ieceipits. Balanc: ... ... ... . J. .:; C5,652 3' 0 :eea for graves ,.. 3,170 i 6 Total receipts .......i:.. 9,2?,43 :'2 11 iPriuciplil I ietims of : xpeiiditiireu; Salaries- .:. .: ... £35=0 0 Wlorks- .. . .. ... :.si ,0 Buildings . .. 30016 i0 Crave iggill ..... 5 09 ,0 Continrencies. ...; :;.27 :3. alaice . ... :. 7,i1 i. i. Shoe ini tihat its the r it of the year:s opirations: thie ,redit ~ ahinii"c . the - trustee has ihas ireased l,biv £1,598 IS/D. ' The Str Kild iri''rutees '.are clo uip:i with. a crediti bailance' ; -of 1£7,'221; l/9, aild Ialllrat c ?ini?ei . next sixths £3,1l7 1/9 I -T ?ihir Iicii eripiiih?i'si;i?s" thlit. of·i:i>a cia ctton t-lti -?ea5i?s id ...

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

SOUTHERN CROSS Football competitions No. 1, Victor'ian Football Association 10s. PRIZE. A prize of 10/- will be awarded the competitor fulfilling all the condi tions of this competition, or pro rata it more than one. CONDITIONS. L--Competitors to name on the umn the winners of the Vic .torian Football Association matches played on the date on the coupon. 2.-Competitors to be residents of the Town of Brighton, City of Caulfield, or Shire of Mioorb bin ; or annual subscribers to the "Southern Cross" (6/6). 3.-Coupons to be in the "Southern Cross" Office on Thursday prior to the date on the Coupon. 4.-Name and Address of Competi tor to appear on the Coupon. 5.-All writing to be. legible and In ink.r 6.-Coupons to be addressed FOOTBALL COMPETITION, The Editor, "Southern Cross," BRIGIITON. (Incompleto Address will Disqualify). 7.-The decision of the Editor to be final in regard to all matters. + FOOTBALL COUPON. + +1 + "+ No. 1. + + + + VICTORIAN FOOTBALL + + + + ASSOCIATION. + + + + - +...

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Municipal Elections. THE RETIRING COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

mu: nic ipal Electionus& 'L'HE RIETlRING (CoUN(:,LIORS. IlRatepayers having .'nieripil aspir ationls are developing interest in 1ute matter of the forthoni an A ugust The retiring meinrl:e'r ire : - B: . IGLTON. Central. Ward-Cr. W'ilsen. South Wild--Cr. Piullmnan. North Ward--Cr. Strong. East Ward--'r. Alffor'. , IO0RABHI}. West Ridlint,-Cr. Small. :South Hidii,--Cr. Ketlly. North Iliding-Cr. Burgess. SEast hlidinug-Cr. Shields. CAUI FIEL .I South Ward--'r. lurphy. West.Ward-C-r. .Iall. - North \WVrd-CCr. Fis e. East Ward-C(r. Thomson.

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

Croquet In the Brightlon Croiuet Club open tboiirnament the following are the re sults to thate : L"A' GASS. Mlr. Were d. Mr. Brooker. Mrs.: Brooker d. Mrs. Nahkivell. 31rs. Stranger. d. Mrs. Bryant. , Mr. aluu Skieiier d.: Mrs.' Graham. 31rs F. Smith d. Mrs. .effery;: also d. lrs. Stranger. - Mrs. lIogarth d. Mrs. T.' rry also Mrs. ,Weares.: M's. Grey. Smith d.. Mrs. Campbliell. Miss Green' d. is :Vmrce. .: :Miss a'Beckett d.l Mrs. Gibson. Ct"B" CLASS.' : Miss Dowling d. Mrs. T. W. iWilsonI . Mlrs.,.daii d: Mrs MaicKenzie. Mrs. Niall d, Mrs. P[icke?;' also Mrs. Adam. Mr. Billings i . Miss "Llewellin'; also Mi.ss )owling. ,Irs. Bailhacle d. Mrs. Macpherson. ?lrs. Laird 'd- Mrs. Taylor. Mr. E.,Stranger, d Mrs. Ji. nieson. ir. HIars id. Mrs ; Murdoch. 3Mrs. Kelly d.i Mrs. Billings . -,is is Trewhella: d; Mrs. Coghill. - Miss i ?nHiitley d. Mrs Gamin. ": ' Mis. Cooch :?1 Mlrs. .Cockrm. Mr. Stranger d. Mrs. Ogg, Mliss A'::Evans d; Mrs. .Iucau. Mrs., i'Call .d. Mrs. Oukden. :Mr. Lucis ;....

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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, JUNE 6, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Let all the ends thou aim'statbe thy country's, thy God'., and truth's. SAI'URDAY, J UNI1 6, 1914. District News BjItIGITON. In our last issue reference was made to the alterations which were being effected in the matter of police super vision of the district, especially in regard to the dispensing with a re serve officer at the station. ".last week a business man had occasion to ring up the police station, and asked that a.constable be sent down to his place at once. but to his dismay he was infprnmed by the sergeant. that there was no officer available for about an hour.: With such a . large and scattered district, to cover, the necessity of keeping a man on'- the reserve is apparent, for should a dis turbance arise serious consequences miught result through the sergeant's inability to despatch an otiicer. An other point is 'that under the, new system the sergeant has to be on duty: about 16 hours per day. Cr. Stone mentioned the matter of the proposed Hawthorn road and flampton s...

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

1IlGIUTON CIIUl uCII ,O? ' CU? iST. Th he Brighlion Churci of. Clhrist Foot, Iall Clliu dcfeated Newmarknot Churchl of[?Cluhist, at Brighton last Satiutday. \w om -ret had.the heavier teaUi,. biut ere ..oit'la.ned- b?, th locals 'a? .."13,i.htonV;Y.I) (OOpoiitS) SBrighton :s goalkicecrs ::. ;were -l. 1binn!. (O),-F. Angus,: ?. tanley,. :I,; Stanley. 'This' is the first time that Brighton has defeated ,\ewnnurkct. T'o-da i the local team plays South 1iichmolo d Clrhuch of Christ, at Rich mllod._.'th1 following team, has bL een selected :-I)Draper (c.), R. AusU (ge.), Arthur,' IBros , . Carver, Crook (2), Ferguson, Hlazalrdl, Lambert, \lnln, 3lus=roe, R lichardso,; Stanley (2), Sharp, Williams, Young. Eimer.encies -Stronmln (:. G. Grainger. Players meel at IRichmond statioi at 2.13 p.ll. After the match the team will' go 'direct to Ballarat to play the combinedi .iallarat churches on the Western Oval oi 3Mlonday. The sec onds will make their del ut iext Sat urtday againast Carnegi at ...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. PORT MELBOURNE. A DISGRACEFUL GAME. BRIGHTON PLAYERS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

FOotball.. IIBIGIITON . vPORT .. ELBOURNE. A DISGRACEFUL GAME. lBIRIIGTON :PLAYEItIS INJURED. Last Saturtday was tlie first touch of wintrv waather that fooItthhllers hlavc had for their inItches this season, and the ' attelidance at the various grounds was affected therleby. Brighton' journeyed across to Port Mcfll.ourie. and took with them a umnler of supporters who, with the home teani's representatives, madd a gathering of nlout 2,000. The scasid ers were represented by lncks-lDowding, Slater. ]lalf-hacks-Negro, Wilson,-Ksnighlton. Centre-Patterson, Conzer, E. Bailes. HFalf-forwards--Dawson, 'Tec'se," BUay liss. Forward-Ilendderson, Doolan. Followers-Graham, 'llarnbull. ]o\'ver-D)uggan. Woods, who was selected to relieve M3eade on the wing, did not put in an appearance, and Patterson filled the vacancy. It is understood thilt Woods jntends playing with North Melbourne. Before the . game startted Umliro Dwyer cautionellcd iboth teains that he was going to :e strict, and ;that he ...

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

Educationia ROSBERCON, GIRLS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL and KINDERGARTEN, NORTH ,ROAD, NORTH BRIGHTON. 5 minutes from Gardenvale Station. 10 minutes from Electric Tram. Large grounds; excellent acooinmoda tion for Boarders. .Pupils, prepared for .UIiversity, Primary, Junior, and Senior Examinations; Also for University Local Examina tions in Musis. Principals MISS TISDALL and MISS CONSTANCE TISDALL, Y.A. Class Singing and Physical Culture have always formed part of the curriculum. Dancing and Special Physical Culture Lessons are open to Non-Pupils. Three Terms for 1914 Begip--, February 10th. June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be Enrolled any: time pro rats. "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIORA," SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH. SECONDARY. PRIMARY, SUB-PRIMARY. Seven Minutes' Walk-from Train or Tram. The school is -beautifully situateB, with exceptional accommodatioi for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR • and SENIOR PUBLIC Examinations-; also for University and all other examina tions in Music. Ph...

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

irst and Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher, New A., Brighton. Tel. 245. Establishedl159 ? ? ?. " • •== ? " - -? ?• =. ? = •J . m. =?• ,. • • = • ==,,-== =-• =T el* 245s E• ' smta ,bli s,1 h,,ed, wn...m 59. , ' Election Notices --le--- l---- L OF 3100 BBIN. ' I1:.11IING ELECTION. 1l TIIE h:ATPI''AYEIRS. 35l \ A 0 GE NTI.E31EN. 11 t' to announce my candidature i t ' J"caicy occurring in A'ugust fcr ~ tlhe West Riding re.preenta it ' have hen choely in touch t Luattbers of local aduministraton it:r [11110 1111.. having th, welfare it? it itat heart, would uIe i, . '1 nliVOIur to proilotte thi jur.it- of the hliding and Shire, - ,o n m tlie Lhonour to tc I u, ione i your rl.r?eauta i1· ~Yours truly, -1. P. ANSTEC. Ileac Io d, 5/6/11. I l O"L 0F 11 OOIABBIN. 1p 7liE I(.ATEPAYIEIS OF TL1E ' EST R111 CL. 1 0.-rc to nanounce that it is ly" i to olier viiself as a cuJdt de' r the VcLiancy in tihe Mooral tin t'ouncil caused by tie regretted tt'l.,nt ol (r. . N. Su?n. ail. I toll Cr fOr it straig...

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HEATHERTON SITE AGREED UPON. ROSS STREET SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

HEATHERTON- SITE AGREED UPON. ROSS STREET SELECTED. A well attended meeting of Heather- ton residents was held at, the Dingley Hall on Saturday to finally decide upon a site for the proposed recrea- tion reserve. Mr. Kelly's property in Ross street was originally selected, but an endeavour was made to ob tain another site, Cr. Mills presided, and urged that they should finally select a site. Mr. H. Stookes notice of motion, that the resolution approving of the acquirement of Mr. Kelly's land be rescinded, was negatived, and it was decided to proceed with the purchase of the area which contains 10 acres,. at a cost of £350.   A return was submitted showing that the collectors had received in cash and promises £2o0, whilst the council had also placed £50 on the estimates for the same purpose. The trustees elected were Messrs. John Longmuir, H. Stooke- A. Gart side, H. Armstrong, J. Kingston,   James Longmuir, and J. Hallinan. It is expected that they will ent...

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Caulfield Trams SMALL REVENUE ON GLEN HUNTLY LINE. PROPOSED REDUCTION OF SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Caulfield Trams SMALL REVENUE ON GLEN HUNTLY LINE PROPOSED REDUCTION OF- SERVICE The Cauflield Council on Wednesday received a communication from the Prahran and Malvern Tramways'   Trust suggesting that in view of the loss on the Glenhuntly line, the coun cil should agree to a curtailment in the service. Mr. Dix, manager, sug gested that one car should be cut out on the Glenhuntly line between Grange road and Elsternwick,, be tween the hours of 10 a.m- and 2   p.m., and, after 7 p.m.. during the   winter months. and the other to run between Grange road and Hawthorn road. He pointed out that there   would no serious inconvenience to   ti.e residents' between- the hours mein tioned;' and- explained) that the coun cil would be saved about:i.£1t per month.- For the? week ending Thurs day; May 21, the revenue per, car mile averaged hl~. . .hilst for tWe samie periodl on the Darling road -lino. =-Cr.'.Bal[l 'polnted .:ut', ...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. WILLIAMSTOWN. WILLIAMSTOWN'S OPENING TERM FINS THE GAME FOR THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

BIIIGIlTO v.' nIIn lAi TOIl' WLLLIAM3STOWN'S OPENING T'LR. INS THEL GA.UIE OlT THEM There was a large gathcriug of foot ball follower 7at the Beach oval-"-on SaItird?y, whea Briglhtoin eroe it home to .Williamstown. A. gbod following of th:. lItter's' supportrs ti liirlled across by I-.oat. The 'round as, n fair order. In tlie Brightin-.teinm three ilterations were miadc; 1. laildes. Walliaceu and 1eddle relieved Coinr, Slaler and Duggan. -The;l.leino g BIuck-Dowding, Wallnae.':: , Hal I ac gro Wil-oni, Kuiht Centre-l. IUiles. B. Bailei, -attier fiall-forward -Tcse, Daowsib 1li, his Forward-]Iendersoa. Doolan. Rover-IPeddle. . Williamstoin's skipler won the toss,.and decided to kick towards the Mair street .goal, which was n.avora.d by" the slight breeze. They ibniwdi atelv laid esige, and 13by well comnlted play outclassed the locils. J'heir passing wais a treat to watch; and by their general plat gave- the looal backs plenty of work in defending the goals. The visitors were the fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

SOUTHERN CROSS Football Competitions No. 1< Victorian Football Hssociation lOs. PRIZE A prize of 10/- will be awarded the competitor fulfilling all the condi tions of this competition, or pro rata if more than one. CONDrrITIONS. 1.-Competitors to name on the coupon provided in this col umn the winners of the Vic torian Football Association tlatches played on the date on the coupon. 2.-Competitors to be residents of the Town of Brighton, City of Caulfield, or Shire of Mloorab bin; or annual subscribers to the "Southern Cross" (6/6). 3.-Couponsto be in the "Southern Cross" Office on Thursday prior to the date on the Coupon. 4.-Name and Address of Competi tor to appear on the Coupon. 5.-All writing to be. legible and in ink.' 6.-Coupons to be addressed FOOTBAIL' COMPETITION,: .. The Editor; -,:' "Southern Cross," BRIGHTON.. S(Incoiplete Address will Disqualify). 7.-The decision of the Editor to be final in regard to all matters. + FOOTBALL COUPON. "1" + . + No. 1. + + VICTOR...

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CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

S CHURCH OlF. CHRIST. Brighton Chuirch of 'Christ played South Richmond at Richmond, anm von: 'after"an evenly contested game The final ,scores were :--Brighton, 8.i (55) I Ricluhnonl, 7.9 (51). Brighton's goal kickers were Mann 3, Angus 2 C. Crook 2. R. Crook. During the last kuarter a dispute over a goal arose between the goal and liold unipires. This goal meant a win for Brighton by-4 points or Richmond City by a point., The executive corn mittee decided to have the match replayed n neutral ground, at date to be fixed. 'On ?Monday Brighton played the Combined . Ballarat Churches at Bal farat, and defeated them. The score were :--Brighton, 8.13' (61); Ballara Comlined, 1.6 (12). In this game Brighton played only 15 men, amn one of these had a broken finger. Brighton Church of Christ v. Ascot Vale.--At Asco. Vale.--'l'he following players have been selected t; play )raper, Musgrave, Carver, Sharp, An gus, Arthur, Claude Crook, Hazard, Lambert. Mann, Richardson; Stanley (2);'.: Will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Telephone 128 Windsor. Only, Address G. Brunning & :Sons, BRIGHTON ROAD, ST. KILDA, NOT MLELBOURNE. Established 50 Years. Largest Plant Nurseries in the Com monwealth. 250,000 Plants and 40,000 Roses. Write for New Catalogues (Post 'Free) The Nurseries are within three minutes of the Rlpponlea Station and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOME HINTS ON BUILDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI ". A unique opportunity presents it self to the owner of an allotment of and as without any further cash if desired I will build an up-to-date and modern Villa up to 7 rooms, replete with all conveniences and appintments -repayments as weekly rent, covering interest and principal-the interest re ucing as each payment is made, and I give you the option to pay oil any amount, or the whole, at any time, without extra interest. Plans, esti mates free. If you have a deposit, and have land in view, I will buy same, and erect a home on the same terms. In case of illness or unemsploy ment, payments are suspen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

..................T H E .................. Elsternwick FRESH S FOOD SUPPLY. S Slowell's, w'en Huntii Rd, Stowell s, Esternwick . A Few Doors B-l:ow E. S. & A. Bank. S e specialise in the I ,ovisir. Trade, keep the very lee st. hain, able, and will rot be un.leranol. All Goods kept in Cooling Chatn ber. 'Eggs front Cool Districts Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Bunfter and Cheese from Western District Factories. - Kindly Remember This-Whether your Order is Worth a Shilling or a Pound we Deliver it Promptly and in a careful and Up-to-Date manner. W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Distrkt, that he ha', Opened a Store at Glen Huntly (Lat. Bludsy), and has a -Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronageis respectively Soliclted GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES-Brighton, Elsternwlck, Balaclava and Olen Huntly,. W. -. NIeSIOLSON, Grocer, Wine & Spirit Merchant ; 'phone 641 Brighto...

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SANDRINGHAM. FORMING A NEW ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

SANDRINGHAM. F01MIVG -A NFT w1 SOCIl TIoN. Over 30 ratepayers and nt eeidcuts- of Sandrin~]nin met at l'eaehliy's C'afe onllt .1oiday e~eliiiti to onisider" the nutter of forming a ocwal irogress ]cague. 1 Dr. T. Garnet Leary jlresided, and suggested that a local organisa tion inight i e formed.uinder the rame of ani improveiment iassciatiloll, the previos, pirogres leaesleagues havingle fated with bad luck. lMr. Callaghan moved that it was desirable to form a .local ass iiation, and maintained tlhal a :ast iamlunt of ~work had, been donl by -th thrne lre vious orgaisisitions, and it was nbt quite correct to say. that the-Ilhad not Ibeen a success. irr.-'Sofia seconded the'lnotio?. No. previous progress lcamue had, startedl with such a good meeting as iand "as selbteled that night. liity had lati-. uiiished for want of a iive secretary. Tlheie Was pleinty of work for a locil progress league to-do. 'The "South ern Cross" reports showed that live locid organisations. were doing good. ...

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