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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

-Golf. Last week-end a team f .rom Liace Park visited Kilmnore, and plaledl match of 36 holes with the local da, on Monday. Conditions for golf oer ideal, and the kindness of the lleas l bounded, consequently the trip w?e thoroughly enjoyed by all, the onle it in the ointment being th, late ar. rival of the train in town, whereby the last train to Sandringha in was amiol and a very tired team of golfers wa deposited at Brighton Belacic rith tie prospects of a walk home, iut the ?lp tain, always taking a lively intere in the welfaro' of the members, had still' to le reckoned with, and man. aged to seclure a cab by 'phone, s that home was .reached shout 1.1J. The nfatch resulted in a somewhat east win for Linacre Park, as inldicated be the scores hereunder:- LINACII· PARK. i. 1. Eggleston .................. . 5 Aso to . ..... ...... ... ...... . 5 Cameron .................. 8 i KILMOIIRE. H. A. -Cameron ...... .. ......... I0 0 -McKinon ... ... ......... 4 4 * Ileveridgo ft. 0l 3teLau...

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

A4 K TOUR STOREKEPER FOR Tom Smith 9 Tom Sm ith From absolutely Pure. S SUPERIOR Locally Grown, . . STTom at " a:Tomatoes. :. SOOPut up in our .n t S 2 e own Botes. Sauce A High-grade Article. I- -SMITH & * IANUIrACTU?ReD AT LAMBERT, n i Manufacturers. HlighettRlalway Stat 0'ane, C.etham 206 Phones-823 Windsor; 2243 City. Established 1867. JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER - "and HARNESS MAKER, 884 High Street, St. Kilda, and 488 Flinders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Association Stori Manufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars Made and Fitted under Spec al Supervision. Awarded -first Prizes loyal Agricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Aiarded First Prize for Collars, 1912, A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. iA Ied Hot ReProposition. Have a Modern Gas Fire Installed = = = 6 No more chilly Half-Hours at Breakfast. One Penny gives you One Hour's radiant heat. * It is Really Hot.-You can toast at it. Light it when you want it. T...

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HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

HAMPTON. A fair attendance :of Tlaimpton resi ientls and ratepayers' attended the o-. cat progress assooiation meeting on T.eselnay evening, 3lr. ii. P. ALnstee (presidenit)L occdluvin. the chair. The imeelitiltn-?'Cas. hlcdI. as -dsul; in the ' Ilalnlton HaIll ' the ahl:euarance of which is m'nuQh iniiproved I v the ad dition ofEshop fronts of moderni de cisn JThe President (ht. Anstee) is a .candidate -for the 'llest Riding vt? cancy,; "h:but no reference to. municipal affairsi was made- by the 'neethig. IJIRAT WAY:BLOCKS ACCLSS TOi BEACH. 3t. was ireported than departmental surveyor's had inspected the line at IBeach and Service streets in o:nse iqieince of the Association's rquipest for a- crossing to enable the increasing number' of residents. to obtain direct antess to the lieach and business centre. Jhr.- Niorniann Wright referred to the daiger of a level'crossing, and advo-. cated irl, overllead bridge. "It ?wat s' decided to awaiit correslon dence on -the subject- frodii th...

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A Silent Worker. THE NEW AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. TO BE INAUGURATED TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

11 Silent Worki, +++ .. --.÷.- TJ1E ' Et AUTO3A"T'I'IC IEL+g I'UONE? EXCI\NGE. L TO 13E INAUGURI.TE) 1To0-.DA The. P'ostal DIela rtment ,ropose piut the Brighton Automatic Tel p Exchonnge into operation att; o'clock this afternloon ter which timne. su!.sclibers will the new telephiones, and not tiheo instrunentsa which are to bereme? as nsoon as possible. Suhecrilorr requested to careiully stmly thelb sal instructions and to follow te closely in, making calls. Slptial tention is drawn to the ciane in numbers- of B?righton sal Crilers, telephone users are retlcsted to at that one thousand uiost le ddod all existin. Brighton n um betrs (rd ninple; BreIh.ton, .1 will ln,?,oe l'q Briglhtor 1i160 will bIcome 2160. I ahe'ra re about 15 lady ttiphou ints ,on the lcll at Brighton, onj o i gr od; feeligig towardu thwod pi vails forn the elfficiency and court? which carecterised their minipulatil of the service. At i inreswell gci gathering last week they sere enter taitied by flrs. lileaa, y...

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LARGE TYPEWRITER ORDER [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

LARUGE' TYPEWlRITER} ' ORDER "The largest Typewriter Order yeo placed in Australia has :just been se cured by -United Typewriter- and Sup plies Co. Ltd., Melbourne, for'the supti ply of 70 Monarch machines .of. tihe Brief size. These Typewriters are for the use of the newr Commonwealth Divisional Returning Officersl,and are to be used in the preparation of tho new rolls. .The Monarch has: been for years in uise by tlio amine Alfairs De partment, and this order was pilaced on account of the satisfactory experi ence the Department has had with that machinel" .Messrs. Coghill and Hauilhtoi report a busy mouth of May, with sales to talling £16,732, as :detailed here under :-Brighton: \V.B. villa, Wilson street, £175; Sth. Melbourne: Brick cottage, on laud 18 x 6i, £335; New market: Allot. S x 90, Illawarra st. i0hs ft.; Camberwell 3 allots. Rowell avenue, 37s Ld and 45s ft.; Canter bury: Brick villa, Hopetouo street, £800; W.B. villa, Cross street, £675; Lots 26 and 27 Weir street, 22s ...

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

EICE NGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated 'Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Acoident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRIC AGENCIES. N(IGIlTOh-S. P. Simmonds, Estate Agent, Bay Street. IIl)ILE BIGIllTON--Connor and Alford, I:st:t, Agcnts, Church Street. ST. KIIDA--Prince and Co., Estate Agents, 25t; ili h Street. SANDEIINGHAZI-Rouind and Co.,-Estate Agents, Melrose Street. LAULFEI.l.)-Ilarold LooKer and Co., op,,osite C:atillield station. G?.lil)ENVALE--Thomson and Collinson, 'state Agents, Gardenvale. BALACLAVA--A. E. Forster, Estate Agenf, 206 Carlisle Street. ALERKILLE J. BARTLETT (;OVERNMENT FAMILY BUTCHE, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry Daily. Poultry and Rabbits Always on Hand. Carts Daily to Ormond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick, East Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie, Glen Huntly and Murrumbeena, And Surrounding...

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BRIGHTON. NORTH WARD. SELECTING A CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

RIGHTQ .. NORTH WARD. SELECTING A CANDIDAI)TE. A meetiiig of the North Ward Pro gross Association was held on Wed nesday, -to protest against the erection of-thle destructor adjoining the El sterawick State school. During the..evening, the chairman, M3r. 11. Jones, inviter Cr. Strong, who was in the 1a1ll, to speak. -He re ilarked that tile Association was dead against every member of the Council, especially the threo represtntatives of tilhe Ward, as they had not received that justice due There was too much star chamber methods with the Brigh ton Council. Cr. Strong expressed surprise at the clairman makilng sucl charges against the B'righton Council. It was up to him to say a few words in j-eply. (Hear, hear.) He was sorry that the chairman had made such a remark that the Association, of which lie was a member, was strongly opposed to every individual member of the Council.; The chairmanl: Only in this one mat ter. - Cr. Strong explained that he was the only councillor opposed to ...

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Football. THE BRIRHTON CLUB. PLAYERS ENTERTAINED AT DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Football. THE BRIRI1TON CLUB. PLAYERS 'ENTERTAINED' AT DINNER. IRecently N iceP'residenb Murphy' of fared to entertain the pilayers ilf they succeeded- in winning the ganmes against Noithcote,' 'rhridan and .asw. thorn. Thue seasiders were successful; and the gatherinhg took: place -at Grinibly's Hotel. on: 'Tuiesday~ last. President Francis occupied the chair, and. all the players were present as wvell as the members of the committee and others; -After justice had been done to the good things provided by the-genial host the toinst of the :.ling was ton oured. . : The president proposed the toast of the players. lie congratulated the players upon the fine games they had put' up. and 'said that with a cod tinuance of , such - Lorm their. jwere bound to get into the four. Skipper' Turnbull respondrd. Re said that it was a pleasure to have such a 'line-body, of players as con stituted the Brighton team. He was certain that 'the club wotild be com: petingt in the finalsi.', - The'e tons...

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Municipal Elections. THE RETIRING COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

m1unicipal Elections. tiTL' IU '11I12\i (.A)Ul\'3 LLURS ?Ratepayers{,;hasving ,piuiwip'dai)~ii itiunnaare developixg iliterest in;' tli flaittr,, ;the .larthviniiu A -ugust .Lhe retiring membel~rs are ' : BRGHT'ON. Cenitral Ward-Cr. W ifs-=. - Southi hard-Cr. I'ullua»." North W1ard-Cr. Strong. Es- ril-C.OIlford. Werst Riding-Cr. - mall. South Riduin-Cr. Kelly. 'North IRiding-Cr. 1urgena .East Itiding-Cr. Shields.. CAULiEaLU South .Ward-Cr. Murphy. Whest ;Ward-Cr. Ball. 1orth Ward-Cr. Pis .e. L asth W'ard-Cr rIhonisoni

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Police Courts. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Police : iCourts `BRIGHTON: At thle Bri.ihton Co:urt eyst daydi j:i thur: ALton, an, employee of -the City Couincil, was prosecuted II.y Mr.. Corr, oi behmlf of; the Rlailwayas Coinunis s oners, for presenting a false certifi cate enabling hima to retain a monthly ticket at 'two-thirds fare. , Er. Corr stated that defendant ccrtfifed that lhe was'-, only receivilng £65u per year, lhereasc ' he earned ;more. Bltween April 'ind December he w"is. oltammining the concession licket frodin Gardenvnlo to Melboiurne bsigni s ng- a. fictitious lanue as his employer. Mir. Groom, -of tihe Excelsior Hone, igave acciused an excellc t' dihracter. lWhen Mr.. Clayt;on: Town -Clerk, heard of the: matter, he punislhed the boy by reducing, hiii in' :Status which meant los ng- £39 a year:: :ei Mr: Cohen. remark'ed that accused hadi done; a :very serious thing.:: The Coarnissioners n?h hl haie pireferred ai serious charge ' a n.aiist- hiit, aiidi if conmicted ,ihe woulld a l e had to. gf t A one .in of ...

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CAGE BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

ClGE BIRDS. uitralliun -Finlices-B. -.Jordnn i1 Collectioii of Fiinches -J. 'Jekins :<I Othy ether 'uIie ty irds-J..l itiS. 1'ov~ty Bijrd-=J. Jenmins 1r

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

S . Foster I , :$.t Pharmaceutical Chemist. Emulsii of Cod Liver Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. FOR PULMONARY AFFECTIONS, 0000UGHS, OOLDS, DEBILUIT and WASTINO. 1 . 6d.. "DISPENSING A SPECIALTYF Foster's Famous Remedies ANTI-CATARRII AL LOTION KIDNEY MIXTURE POWDER For the Relief of Backache and . -;" A certaui remedy for Accumula- other commonly experienced symp loiis i .the Throat and Nostrils, tom, /-. rd oet:hNasal Secretions. 2/., S r, BLOOD MIXTUIREI ?b?As gd'.; '.... .al pro For Blotches, Pimples, Boils, As I i e'leganit and most effectual pr-. ": .''":paration for Strengthening' and HEAD LOTION ' -Promoting the Growth of the . BHair, and rendering it beautifully An effectual and cleanly remedy boft, Glossy, and Non-oily. 1/:. for destroying Parasites. 3/-. ECZEMA l NT.',ENT ldVER ITUR A remedy for Skin Complaints. IVER MIXTUR Although an unriealled prepare- For Giddiness, lilliouc Headaches, tion for tho use which its maine Drowsiness, and...

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

ALITY Butch r orrison r Hampton ST. el BRIGHTON, C/r Hampton St. Tel. 227 Brighton. Painter, SPECIAL STOCK Paperhariger, REASOABLE PRICES. OF .. General Renovator;, W17ALLIPAPEt. 0 MILL STREET, BRIGHTON. Gardeners I WATERTIGHITS and BLUCIiERS. The Best in Quality means the Best Wear and the most Comfort. SThe Best ia Always the Cheapest. 00 5 c.I .M AT THEWS. 9s ORE ripAIr BOOT PALACE.- TOOSDEHs. CHARMAN ROAD, , SMATTHEWS, CHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS TIlE BEST-GIVE HIM3 A TRY. To the General Public of Cheltenham and District.-Two things worth: Remembering-J. T. MATTHEWS 1.-Has an up-to-date Stock at your doors. 2.-Slillful and Tradesmanlike Repairing a Specialty with him. ewb ry 4 S arpin C?rpenter-, Builders & General Contractors. All Classes of Aleain Alterations Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and In any State of the N n Commonwealth. IN THE Sewerage Work Cm a- . Executed on -i . Plans Prepared -il and Estimates e --- .. Submitted. Competent. - ? . I" B Me...

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BRIGHTON BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

BRIGHTON , BEACH.' :lTh iuoithl? iheclina of th Briglitot lieanih Progress: hisociatioa ksas' hold ljeingdv;ted Ctire. chaiuir ,* <: "tr', INANCI The Sec.f tare said .lthat al anie, in .the 'lia?kiha: 7:: 9/9. S lOYT1 STREET.;'.:.. In .,reply to Mr. (ray}soi the Sters Utry said that the ifoproalhini Coauncil has writteil in ApriL last; statinag tiat tle Enaiginet er ?iad lieeha instructed .to cirry out. the . ork, asked for in Hoyt street.' It i, said t th ,-only ?iork doin liid been' the cleaning out of the : gtlt Mrl tlraveos;n oioed lthat the Secrca triin again i writeto" the Con?cil ori the, matter, as thoi Pathi was i: i a shb-cking Thee iiion :Nas'seeonded 4ad ear riedg;"l ... CHAR GINGIG STLATIO`-N. Mir. : ouilg said that if peoIiled who hoarded the trainis stopping, at Bright oin Bealih and who intended travelling further ideru-iotiied that'itwou0l "le easier for them to change at Middle BLrightlin instead of the Beach, it would save -them a lot of trouble. Some p...

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Progress Leagues BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

Progress Leagues BRIGHTON. There was only a very moderatd. at tendance,.at the monthly meeting of the Big~hton, Progress League on Weadnesday - evening. Mr. Kendrick (president) was in the chair. -A .-NEW SECRETARY. Mr. F.:iHiniichsen having resigned from the position of secretary, Mr, Roay Sleight was elected to fill the vacancy. STATION LIGHTS. Complaints were made to the Ruil way Department.that the station lamps in' Bay street, through being placed too high, caused a shadow to be thrown over the subway entrance, which became dangerous at :night when traffic was congested. The de partment replied . stating the lamp met r?-uairiments, but would lie under the station-master's surveillance. CIIILDREN'S PLAY GROUND. Mr. Temme reported that a rockery white picket fence and culvert 'over drain were 'being supplied on the land at the corner of Durrant and \Willan streets, Mr. Ahearn-Nothing has been done at all up to now... Mr. Entwisle said nothing had been done, despite the council's ...

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

S Educationla - ROSBERCON, DIRLS' GiAAMMAR SCHOOL and KINDERGARTEN, NORTH, ROAD, NORTH BRIGHTON. 5 minutes from Gardenvale Station. 10 minutes from Electric Tram. Large grounds; excellent accommoda. tion for Boarders. Pupils prepared for University, Primary, Junior, and Senior Examinations; Also for University Local Examina lions in Music. Principals MISS TISDALL and MISS CONSTANCEI TISDALL. M.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 Begih February 10th. June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be Enrolled any time pro rata. "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIORA," SOUTHI ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH. SECONIDARY. PRIMARY, SUBI-PtllARY. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. The school is beautifully situated, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. Pupils propared- for 'JUNIOR :-and SENIOR PUBLIC L Examinationa'; also for University- and all other`exauinan tions in Mus...

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PIGEONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

,BIlack--" :lI- orl arC- ithuerc. CIeiriiuincIl, 1'.iW B 'ole Rled Clwiicred Cock-11Wr AiWax 1; C. l . \rcher;;; - J ,nS-ili ith3. lfen Archer 1' {i ?Si ail:h Ir.i~P.=foird i 3. Any Colouli:-Coclk r or'. ?fen- A. leln cell I and , 'J: Ierrinian-3. Show lloniers'-Cock 11 B; Poole I and 2. Icn-MiB PooleI andl 2. ShirtL-lacd T.i 'bi;r?k ; - i B.-Coak-S. D:alvdson :1 . nl. Da.idson l. J ?c lhins.-Cock-W. P. Poole 1. ilen -Wi. P. roole I? :;. Fantails.-CColk--. , Little 1. I en- A. .ittle 1, R. Joiran 2. Dragons.-Cock--W. B. Poole 1 and SlIcn-W. B. Poole I and . Boys' Classes. Worling Homer.-Hlen-B. P'oole 1, H}. Mason 2. - F ncy l'igeon.o-Co-A. Little i. SNorbiwich ;i-7ellonv-F IJJ .,oo tcr str 'let a special, I.H.J Smith ;2; C.: Ssheph -. Nor iic' Yellow, under" 1" monuths 1 Ai owniem 1 ,It Joroan 2, JY. io ' I[nff 11 J 1 1. J. Booster ,lUt, nimder 12 imonths-1i. Jodan !, F. J. :Wooster.: 2 ;:J J Smiitli 3. CiunamonI-. J-,Smith 1? 2 and 3. Noiice.i-Norwicli-W. I?Blumield 1. CinnisoniW ...

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TOWN OF BRIGHTON. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE EAST WARD, BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

r OWN OF BRIGHTON. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE EAST WARD, BRIGRTON. - Ladies and Gentlemen, 'liue term tlor .ivwlcn you elected iie to - represnt .you inthi council o th?e' fownwildtl expirt ini-Augut liexucx. I will then be yoUr -tyu t .e ixerxcti in oilering' nyselt ot'; re-eetciiorin,;; do- s iwith the coiidencod:: tiat'"' have. accomplissied _the' work ' you elected me, to perform. In reviewing the work of the council for the past three years, I would like" to mention some of the niore important mat ters in which I have had the honor ,o assist. Your Council llas made some for ward move in thq way of reserving land in different portions of the Town. Ilurlingham 'ark, perhaps bet ler known as the old BIrighton race course, has been acquired. by your Council-an area of twelve acres, at a cost of .1,800. This, when. laid out for cricket and footiall, and other forms of recreation 'will be one of the best reserves.outside Melbourne. Tle market gardeners' tram track on Point Nepcan road,...

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DUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

hUUCh Vol.,',. -Urakc-P I? ii'gs Iitid , NIcheloll I 1u.k.i Si ''infln I , P' =Briggs. :'g and:.1 Di Icndei 1 TI.' Sijnpsoii -2. IMick nnd;,r .12TloTitl =-11. II1 Sililpson 1, 1. 3rirgs 2 and A1icshur .-Drakc- 13riri s ~is anld kpeeiti;-lrr%-~i W 11 1 `;Si iipsoz,1r " .':~ies- 3. -Inidaian -.'-II ancr.-=Fall)raic 'evil~e? ho LIC 1 Jý Dud ~ PTBii' 1st'`an i2snial u^";,-" . .n3 W =.11'. ; biiipsonu ::3 11iute.-Droke-Auoninn 'Iiouitiotin' Dod l. iclil 1, ustral' Iuicubatiung boll IIonuio'.l 3. ° Duck-1 Nichuall, 1, L' Bri 's; 2;G =;Wuodward .i t anai ITanai 2, 11'. Leevr-3. U'.icL-, Aiotraliin; l ncuibating latin. 1 -,ny Otlior \'anioty.-Drnkir-C:°'Sood. ;\>.`\l I, A*Žuiol 2' l , )Inde A1. Niobol

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The Destructor. NORTH WARD RESIDENTS PROTEST AGAINST SITE ADJOINING THE ELSTERNWICK SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 13 June 1914

the DesruCtorQ. N.ORTHll ARD RES IDE TS '-i;OTEST. AGAUIST SITE,'ADJOlN' NG ..THE S:EISTER?V1CK SCHOOL :. About-100 Dresidents of the North \Ward of the Towzi of Brighton attend ed tho nimetinhg' .oivened by the Noith WardPlrogress Associationi, a id held on. Wedniesday,; to protest against' a reserve:e adjoining thio. Elsternwick school being offeied by tlih Government to the'looal councils as' a site for. a destructor. 'IMr.: H. Jones, president of the Association, occupied thd chair; IHe explained that they were all in favour of .destructors,: but they were' oopposed to the site selected. They had waited: upon the- Government on the matter; and thought that everything was settled 'ind they were surprised at the Uabinet agreeing to let the councils have portion of the reserve. He maintained that the residents of the waurd had been deceived. Mr. Law son and Sir Alex. Peacock, on wlhom theyjhad waited, had stated that they wero opposed to the area being used for such a purpose uas p...

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