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OTHER MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

: La st? Satiurday the Brighton Clflrch? : ot -Christ-plaoyed-Ascotvale Church of Christat Gas?lenval;e ,The game' was ver,.y even, aniid endcd : in a win,- , for the locals bliyb? twro .poinits The final scor eswere :;Brighton, :5.5 (35).a The goad kickers :for Brighton were -F.,. Angus (2), It. Angus: 1 Richardson, and J.1 Wilks. Ascot ale played ` theo better ame- as a team, but Brighton were superior indi?idually,':.. If .the. local club played together 'better the premiership ;would, possibly coinme. to' Brighton. To day Brighton play Si?anston Street Churich of Christ at Brightoi. The :followiing- will represint'. the lo-: c?I:=Draper? Angus. Arthur, Carver, brook, Latin-bcrt, Millis;, aInn. Stan "oroo'k (?), .G. CrainF? Iii- aard, ilAd iss Slehar Strongmnan, Richardson, Williams Yonid Emergencies :4 R: SOlUTHERN -CItOSS COIMPETl'ION. -Sandeinghiam v .: Aumiurn Imperials. 'This inmatcl'' wasi; played. at Sand-: ringhamn; , in the presence of abYout i00 spectators, and after a ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Federal Association. SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

Federal Association.   Fregnentlyý games have been delpyed owing to the :late arrival-o[?visiting teams,' and although :the rules; dis tiwictly state that the club nqt ready to:. start :by '3.15 "shall forfeit 1.the wa~itch at th? dieretion of lthie". dle gates; nothing lias yet been done -:by. thie'Association to "enforce :the rile. The result has been- that matches are often not concluded till dark. Ldst Saturday the umpirewas au fault-in the match between -itertone and Car rum. played on the former's' ground. He" did- not arrive till' 3165, and the ,players. were left to do a :'perish . in the "cold: The game nwas played in the, dark; acid .lenaone wer:i defeated by-9 points. They have decided _l to lodee an adverse renoit with: the As sociation a-sgainst Umpire Skeehnn, whoim nthev alleged favoured Carruni at the expense oT 3Mentonie. They corn plain? that" le ahwarded Carruin four fire '-kicks lirectltl in. front; of '"goals;: which should iave 'one to them;:: as C...

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

FEDEIIA[. ASSOCIAT1o . The for(nightly meeting of the As sociation was held on Tuesday. The president occupied the chair, and there tins a full attendance of delegates. INCOMPETENT UMPIliE.. The tlentone club reported that Skeean's umlniring lhbthroughout the anr,.o betweeen itone ald Carrutll was unsatisfactory. Three goals were obtainedi by Carrman from faultyv ie casions. They stated that Skeehan resided at Chelsea. Mr. Stewart (Carrum) denied that Skeehan resided at Chelsea. R. MuskeFI, captain/ of Mentone, Yaid that the umpire gave tdecisions against the Menitone players, but' when the Carrumn men did the same thins they were let off. The whole trouble aro:. through the late arrival of the unt pire and because he remarked that it tas hardly a fair thing to keetp play ers waiting in the cold so long. khee en did not give Mlentone a chance. lie -aid that the Mleatone players were niclined.not to continue the game al .er half time. Mr. Stewart (Carrum) said there "ere worse umpire...

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AN UMPIRE'S DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

kis ·aldo itortc d kjaii of Mook ralibin ;:ior throwinig the' ball-at liaas: lie i stated thit the. incidenit arose whilL lhe ,was taking the iainaes of' the plaiers in the prenious .c~ se Ajaiii threw :h libaGll at Iluiasand lit hint on d:ihe- iacc e. Vi asked, hisi anicme he said 'lhBooks', but later: on said :'ly iuame: is'. juai,i if yoia" ca?ni spell it you:cn hae it."- (Laughh lI'aas said that the biall was thrownI at :.,hlim; biut lie .was: not ;struck-"on jaini was ordered to stand cldownv for oioe nuatch:' After ::th, `ereort; an ,to rough p,p::nt,; -hal: been dealt witlh_ .r- I:]teynoldls" 310oor0bbihi hurl:) Mentioned that the?y yshould protect .their. umpires. :If ny reports-were received tron - uun pires holie ohildh move: tliat the t players olfendiug hbe stood down forl rtes rst of tho season. it.was-r:esohU u thiat in f~utur?e i'lioh players. are reported : y ::um 'irsi fo" rough plhiy .the; ciirges .-be ealt witli: at the followinii Associa tion .mictinug instead of...

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AN UMPIRE'S DEFINITION OF A CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

1'AN Ur31PIu'S' DIu I1TIOT OIr A:, Unsiriie.:Jenkhiis reportel Daison (llooriaiblii) 1id IfHis (ellentiie): for charging: one- another;: Ile ] said 'thast he repeatedly cautiioned thie playei-s, biut'. they :conftiiicd' to charge oie an-. other. lIto mentioned that Iinns was an a awkwird player, i'nd as Iie was Isiilig his caight'" all .nay Irolbably got: on IlDawson's neries.- .I In insirer to 3ir. Bakliig; (le[utono) lie iluinedid a charge o, be wssei play ers ran into oine. another wiih thcir knees. C. lfans said hlie would hlardly icall; tlihe inciderles chages. lIiei and Daew soi, swere ciuiitinuiallyl jodtlin, one; alsi other ,iini ruck and trying, to get the unll. si. 'fitskell ccptain, of: tlihe lMentone (eiam sii tlhat there. was .'o riouih play in the amiitcli; awsoh Wn~iited to . pinch hinii oii the nose blut' lie took iin iiotice 6f:the iicident, as he coisiderebd th le remAirk: sinas nimade oa thie spur oflth .moment.' ' ance to:ansir: the charge.: ._? Mr: sd K iid.iul ...

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Our List of Experts. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

our istorf Experts. Now ' that" the clubs are becoming more evenied up "'experts" experience some dilliculty in selecting the win ners; . and for the third week in auc cession the prize ioney has been un claimed. A large number of coupons received failed because Brighton did liot play? up to expectations, whilst others selected Essendon to down WYil liaaistor n. Port Melbourne were fa ouriites in the match against . law thorn;, and. also Brunswick against North Melbourne. :Tlhe kmatches for selection next week 'aiasthorl v-- Brighton:,: :. . .'rahrun. v.- Port Melboiurne::. ,Esseiidon v .?Footscrany;: :. -Iilliatnstown v. Brunswick. .No rthcou"te- : N.: Mielbourne. - `D " sFEDRAL. ,Of the ,large nunlier ,of coupons .re ceived for thle Federal comnpetition on ly two were succeesful in picking all the winners. The failure of the others ,was dsie to the junior games ia which Cheltenham and. Elsternwick were ex pected to down Gardenvale and Mlord ialloc respectively. The wuinrers, who w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

ROYAL EICHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Accidle t Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRIC AGENCIES. BRIGHTON-S. P. Simmonds, Estate Agent, Bay Street. MIDDLE BRIGHTON--Connor and Alford, Estate Agents, Church Street. • ST. KILDA-P'rinice and Co.,Estate Agents, 256 High Street. SANDRINGHA3--Round and Co., Es tato Agents, Melrose Street. CAULFIELD) I harold Loo0eer and Co., opposite Caulfield Station. GARDENVALE- Thomson and Collinson, Estate Agents, Ganrdenvale. BALACLAVA-A. E. Forster, Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street. ME4T KILLED JNDER` " GOVERNMENT. 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, Briglitoni, Elsternwickl, East Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie, Glen Hfuntly .and' Murruiinbeena, And Surroundi...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. FOOTSCRAY. SEASIDERS OVERWHELMED. THEIR DISAPPOINTING PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Football. BRIGHITON v. FOOTSCHAY. SEASIDFUS , :0OVERWHE-IED.I TlHElI(t lISLPI'OINTING phIlY. A lage ?.gatl.riig of football lol lowers iaseni l1dl at, tlihBeal s Oval on Saturdaty last, to ,witness the: ,.returi 'game bet?dicet the local clubl: and Footscra, laist, season's ipremiers. Briglitoni had been playving itiproved football dlturing the. aInst few': liatches, aind it witt expected tliat on their own ground .they : would, succteed against t 'Scrays, who wetre level with 'forth 31elboisne for tlhe leaders on the pen nant list. : Da wison resumed his placo on the field, whilst Watt,t a new player front Port t.lelbourne Juniors,' was 'given ta ?tn" - as rover. The plac ings of tihe teutut lere Blcils-Dowditi, Slater. : Half-bacls-Neg'ro, Wilson, -.nighton-_ Cetntri La.sto-L l Bt: Bdile L'? tter?oni t Ilalf-fi uaid'teso :;Griil'iaii t: Bay: lise; lFort ard-Wallace; Ilaykir. Folllowcrs-'TurnblUll, I J)wson.. Rover-Watt. . A strong wind favoured the South road goal, in which idirec...

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Our Foreshores. THE SANDRINGHAM SEA-FRONT. SUGGESTED ALTERATION IN CONTROL. PROPOSED LOCAL FORESHORE TRUST. CONFERENCE OF PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS CALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Our :Foreshoresl TL'E SANDRINGHiA I SEA-FRONT. .SULGG ESTD ID1,3 ?. AliTfE.k:TI 1ON IN'., I'ltOPfoSI LOCAl FORESHiORlE - C :ONF lR "I?.'CW " i.ROcir?"SS: SSO; C F iLl .ose tI'O 'eS iGALnthlS'i. goo the 11mm: ito- ,;c ach'rgPr;o rs' iA o ., tidii cvimi'?sei?cil '? ifr,?ci'nes;of' all- iti pirogres' asonrationse bietisemi' hlwo.d and,..mmii lialloc'toconsider tIhe a.is bilit-. of; ourg? ?ii: the -overnGfileit'. to tick 'the control of thi fd Ioresore fIm r td m.'iniiicilil councdmil" and place it 'iti?- ai lo.a trttut l?fle isroposail fell tliro ?ifglr icticus of tlhd divei it" ofi iteirest tiit?' tt the varioius dis 'titdts;' ni iIalso- o acecoutt of the triglitini Cintncil ihaviti' the fee-simple of Mile fmircfltioce in their territory,. ''itc lintter has s'now: Ibeei revived by tile newIly formed Sundringlhanl Pro grets Association, who have decidet i to calL. a nieetnig of ddlegates front all the a'ssocitilons betctween Ii1ampton and IlBacd loi??.\stith ?:a?iie" to taking ic. tion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

SOUTHElHN CROS0 Football Competitions No. Victorian Football Association 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. CONDITIONS. 1.-Coinpetitors to name on the coupon provided in this col umn the winners of-the .Vic torian Footliall -Association matches played .on the: date on the coupon. 2.-Competitors to he residents of the Town of Brighton, City of Caulfield, or Shire of Moorali 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. 6.-All writing to be. legible and In ink.r 6.-Coupons to be addressed FOOTBALL COPPEITION, The Editor, "Southcrn Cross," BRIGHTON. (Incompleto Address will Disqualify). 7.-The decision, of the Editor to be final in regard to all matters. S OOTBALL COUPON. " 4i" No. 1. " ".. VICTORIAN FOOTBALL '?. + ASS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

': ;... ...............T H E................ SE sternwick - FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. Sh9 Gwellle's, """" y Rd )olwe S5 Eisternwick. SA Few Droors Bl?.ow I. S. & A. ank.. We spc-ialise ii. the 1 ovisir Trude, keep lthe verr I rt "*ininu able, 'and will Ilot te In!ear.-~sil. All Goods kept in Copling Cha nni ber. Eggs from Cool DIistricts Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Butter and Cheese from Western District Factories. Kindly Rlenilmiber This-Whether your Order is Worth a Shilling ; or a I'ound we Deliver it Promptly and in a careful and Up ,-to-hto nmanner. S 9W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, -' -: -Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districts, -that he ha. A ;Ope-ned a Store at Glen fluntly S(te Blundy), a nd has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, - - and Ironmongory. - The Favor of your Patronage is respectively Solicited S GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES-Brlghton, Elsterawick, Balaclava and Olen Huntly. u-e~C W H.-. NIeHOLSON, Grocer, Wine &...

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Croquet. BRIGHTON CROQUET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

BItIGIITON CROQUET CLUB. In tho Brirhton CroqueL Club open tournament (singles handicap), the followine are the results to date : A CLASS. Mr. G. Skinner d. Miss Wren. AMrs. Terri d. Mrs. Anthony. Mr. Were d. Mrs. Grey-Smith; also Mrs. Brooker. Airs; : Hogarth d. Mrs. FUeeman Smith. Aliss Green defeated AMrs. Terry; also Air. Were. Miss a'Beckett d. M1r. G. Skinner also Mrs. Ilogarth. 1Finals. The finals will be bel«ctn Miss Green (Ilrighton) and Niss a'Beckett (Windsor). B CLAS?i. Mrs. Noall d. Air. Ad.i. Mr. Stranger d. Miss A. Evans; also Airs. Noall. Mrs. Bailhache d. Mrs. McCall. Mr. Lucas d. Miss Trewhella. Mrs. Laird d. Mr. E. Stranger ; also Mr. Lucas. Miss lluntlv d. Dr. larce. Mrs. Cooch d. MIrs. Kelly. Mrs. Laird d. Niss Iuntly, Air. Stranger d. Mrs. Bailache. Finals. Mrs. Laird v. Mr. Stranger. C CLASS. Mr. Long defeated Mrs. Walter Jack. Mrs. Sandelma d. Mrs. .1. Jeffery. rs. er w.o. s. J.. Hi. Iutler wo. Ars. Henry Butler. Mrs. Balnde d. Niss Lobb. Miss Findley d. Mrs....

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Wife Desertion A CLAIM FOR MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Wife Desertion A. CLAI[M FOIL. 3fAINTE\AI CI. At thi lIiightor, Court` yesterdniy, l fore the d31aor (Cr. Wilson), 3lr. Al lard, iad.l Ar. Thmitn;so J's., lily )elaney; of G lenhlntlv'road, r stetern wick, proceededi aiu.inist hIer huobiaui l, Win. l)elanut; fo0'lea'ing her witlhout support. ' Comiplainant aid that? they hadl been married fohi yuers. O Saitur dai, JTunie 13, shi wenti to ia shop in liiidge road, ltiiimond. After oibtaiu ing some .Cotton heli imet a lal IIn l'l Osliorn to awhoin 'sie hliadbeen iitro dlu'ed tivo eairs: bfore. As sli, wtu tailkil, to tilhe "in=n her hiiusband caw up iaiid said fYou dirty '- -. this y'ioiirgame:L - Wit that, lie lick,,l it heher ainl. truck ihe 'iin tih: i:s. lie:also ;said "lf5oti.coilne . holoe I will murder you before mirioinse. hlie wetllt to-thel police station awl ,oi a icoustabl,. SlLhe returnied lioi n, It foiund' the place bureeld upl. Sl~I burrt tile door opOen wheu. her huIband: chasedl her out.. ]te said, "'Yobi llii the (oo...

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Brighton's Early Days HOW "WATERVILLE" BECAME BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Brighton's Early Days $11W I.ir I MtVll?LE" 1iECA'ME I.? iia. renejit'1 -d liof rh li:t Ai?us a writer refers to early history "ofi Victoria with :spendll refercnce&to oubert ltns. ell i who lin' epeilber 18ri, asv puit i? clhargie of party :which was. ' to Sed to ' or Pliillip? .to cirry out afeatur/ srve-y of the Jofcalit. of the ice' settlf:nuet. Itssell licmiiie archi t in charge=e of tlei,iirection of .Tel boitrne's first cathedial about 1?810. e ? -inakei the; fidllowing :'ctract from hlicArgus?a;iticle:- i -Tiere -were- iýd?d ?saonie peculiar featies ii -the lulid trati?isctioins of that perioUl. T. "' illis t6o the loose miannii:e of doiiig busiiiess'in thel good old (tiles," ,wrote?h `proptrty. hollder to tbisdell only. a decdile later,. whellinsk aid; :himi toi rie srvel.' some. ground, "J have never yet got the conVleyanee to iee direct," and probably many trans actions were carried out biy mere for uial uIgetlmcus. One purchaser, h1u - ever, who had some hand in ...

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MOORABBIN. EAST RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

tJLOOliaI3liN. EAsT: hLi IN . ,A ? ill ottelndei?f meoting of Clarinlla ratepalvers (East lliding) was hlchl in the .Clarinda:State school on Tue:day evenlinge to lilalie arrangements to as sist. the -candiditure of Mr. .\. II. Castle; `hlo proposes to stand for tho vacancy to be caused in the east lid. ing. by the'L etirement of Cioicillur Shicels. -?Ir.-. E. Bunny, whi w," voted to theo chair, spoke of the ne -9essity of elcctiiig a local repreesta tive, anid in introdlucing Mr. Castle said: that lie .was well known thra,,h out the .shire and held a lare inl tereet locally:- . A. II. Calae, v ho was. vell received, said that the invi tftioni to Contest the seat was ratl?er suddeln,iJlut seeing the eiithusiasum ald the unalnlimouss promise of snltit'rt front all present, he weo ld ildeidd t, offer himsielf for election ugai.st all comners. As garlUeners they wanted a garldener to represent them, as the main" troublle was to get golol riadi made .to cart their produce to the mnaiket...

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Tennis. BRIGHTON DISTRICT CHURCHES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Tennis. BRIGHTON DISTRICT CHURCHES ASSOCIATION. Mill Street A v. Presbyterians A. Misses Thomas and M. Ioeynolds (M.) lost to Mliss Roxburgh and Mrs. McLean (I.), 6--, 6--3. Messrs. Neison and ltemfry (H.) lost to Dr. McLean and Maggs (PL'.) 6-2, 6-2. eintry and Miss M. Reynolds (M.) lost to Maggs and Miss Roxburgh (P.). 6---3. 6--4. Neilson and Miss Thomas (31.) lost to Or. McLean and Mrs. McLean (P.), 6--1. --0. Mill Street A., 18 gaellis. Presbyterian A., 4S erames. St. Mark's and St. Luke's A v. Mill Street B. Misses 0. and E., Barfus (S.M.), de feated Misses Reynolds and Brig den (.S.)-2, 6-2, 6-1. Messrs. Packham and llodgkinson (St. M.), defeated Messrs. 1'arnabv and Thomas (31.5.), 6--3, 5--. Packham anld Miss 0. llarfus (St.M.), defeated 'Parnaby and Miss Rley nolds (M.S.), 6-1, ti-1. Hodgkinson and Miss E. Barius (St. M.) defeated W. Thomas "and Miss Brigden (MI.S.), 6-1, 6-3. St; Mark's and St. Luke's, 47 games. Mill Street B., 21 games. Ke\v Street MeZhodists v. St. An d...

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NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Mr. J. T rasse announces his can. didature for the North Ward seat in opposition to Cr. Strong. Mr: lasse will have the support of many rate payers in the ward, particularly those opposed to the proposed destructor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

THREE MEDICAL WINTER REMEDIES. a Poster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAR REMEDY. It does- not merely relieve a Cough, but it gives :immediate relief,and remo;ves the cause. i FOR LOSS OF VOICE, With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda. Pure & Palatable. FOR, PULMONARY AFFECEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. 1s. 6d . Foster's Record Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joinis; Sprains, &c. In cases of Deep-seated Chest Colds it is applied with advantage, is foster's Pharmacy Church Street, Middle Brighton _ ... Telephone 1125 Brighton. Sumin, Smith & CO'.S. SICKLE BRAND RETORTED CHARCOAL. This ('IAlit(I .AL i nde :,t "r .,il, I)i-,ilaithi, Wirs at Warliur on. It . sup.- ir rici d, e ll ue io the fact Ithat it is tli': lT'eT U], by which ISles.: ll i,.puri AieS u . evItviOu Lehind the pure CJIARi COA .. For Household Use IT IS UN?I.QU.\LI.E) .\A FUEL ats it ?ives Ci:' LTEil ILLE t??u' "-Woi, d. ('all, or ('oke. S Il.ig REii i 01TEIli, it is ABSoIlAJ'I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

I ........ c ......... K /r Hampton St. Tel. 227 Brighton iHoward Weber, ,.Painter, PECIAL TOCK Paperhanger, REASONABLE PRICES. OF General Renovator;. ,WALL PAPERR t /-. -' ^ i WORKDONWORK : House FPLENDID VAslsI Decorator, IN ALWAYS N- HAND. and ALL s. Repairer. MILL.STREET, BRIGHTON. Gardeners I WATERTICIITS and BL3UCIHERS. The Best in Quality means the Beit Wetr iand the most Coafort. The Best is Always the Cheapest. ' .0 LT.MATTHEWS. oP°s EPAt n,?,s BOOT PALACE. ToOsar. ST. HARMAN ROAD, V a 5 CHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS TIE BEST-GIVE HIM A TRY. To the General Public, of Cheltenham and District.--Two things worth S It; Remn beringeiJ. elT. ATTITFWS.: 1.-Has an up-to-date Stock at your doors. 2.--Silful and Tradesmanlike Repairing a Specialty with him. I)wbury ~Sharpin Carpenters, Builders & General Contractors. All Classes of H + Work Executed Alterations SWork Executed ~ ANYTHING Additions and I any State of the I T Commonwealth. IN THE Sewerage Work Elnec...

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SOME SIDELIGHTS ON THE CHELTENHAM SOCIETY. A PROSPEROUS CONCERN. THE HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

SOME- SIDELIGHITS ON THE CHEL TE£NIAM SOCIETY. A PI'ROSPEROUS CONCERN. IIE HIALF-YEARIILY 11EETING. I'he?e was an attendance of nearly ,30 sharehoklers at the, half-yearly umeetings of. the 3foorablbin Co-opera tive oSociety Limited, held on Monday evening in- the ?Mechanics' Institute.. dlr,.: F. T. LePage, :J.P., (dhairian'of directors) :?nresidedl The: chairnian expilessed, satisfaction at the record at.tendancen . of': shire holders ldespite- hnonymous newspaper' criticisina of the alteration ofnihlit, of meeting from:n Satuidav to lMonday. The chdi_.?as :a niade to enable'' Mr. lead (auditor): to be liresent; and the `attindafice was- ite Ibest theynd lm had for i.coinsiderible tiii.e AtL previous meetings they had to round iup- laidy shireholders.to maake a iquoroumi. As the: result 'of the experiiient they were not: likel to go liack to ' Saturday, mieetii s. ,' - At this stage' Mr. Murray Gibbes e?ntered' the 'roomm;:,and retu'rked that lie lied been blamed fori-the anony in...

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