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Co-Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

I CoOperation. MUR. t'. r. Chairman o[ I)Dirctors.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Municipal Elections. BRIGHTON. EAST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

llmunicipal ltciolls. BRIGHITON. ,EAST WARD. A :lreprescntativ'e meetin of Cr. .\l ford's friends and supporters ,Oas hld in tlh?eMethodist school rwono, 31aS steet, '-'llt Tueslay night, to a'tit dit ` :gentlenuiti to Ib re el:ct l to relrellent d ithe ratepayers in the i art Wtail of :the Brighton Couinil. Sati.l faction io?as iexpresse by ithose l:clt atthe: close attentioii Cr. Alfolf g;lr 1to his municipal duties, and the r. ilijiiireients i:; of: thie East Ward dlrin the whole: of thile three ye.ars if i teri *, i'; Aiprecintivo 'refernc,:, ne1 lslbo anade to the maniy works of very neiLessary-character which noe al readyai?n hand, and" otherý whi:h Mil very soon be inhand iii the I.a t W'ard.: -All ?.ivho were f.r' ot frn thienelehes 'iirto a conmmittini. and are evidently determniied to reti,t the "sr. vi?cf'of 'sidla" live nre?resentativ. ua Cr. 'Alford hins proveds himself to In. Mr. A. h. Brown, corner of (hrunh anld St. Andrew streets, waea ?0l?ppoitel seeietary, and tha...

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

Eduaationla R(OSBIIICON,.':l GIRLS' GIIMINIAR SCIIOL and KINIIERGARlTEN. NOIRTII RIOADi NORTHI BILIGUITON 5 minutes from anirdeiltale. Station. 10 minlutes frni Elcetric= Traimi Large gr:,ulsdi : excellent tnecoi;ninda tibn - fori Boardlcrs. * Puils.l Prepared for University. J'rimnruy, Ounior, andi . enior . iminnations; Also for Univeirsits? Liocal Exaimina-" tions ill Music. Principals MISS TISDALL ANDI) MISS CONSTlANCE TISDALL,, M.A; Class. Singinig and .Physical Culture have always formed part of the cur riculum. DaUneing ,. and Special Physical Cul ture L.essous are open .to Non-Pupils. Three Terms for -1914 Begin-", February 10th.' June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be Enrolled any~.timne pro rata. "NORFOLK" GIRLS'. SCHOOL, : SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH.. SECONDARY. I'RIMARYA " :* : SUB-PRIMARY. ,' Seven Minats;' .Walk from Train , or Tram. ; ,'leTh !s1-' is.: beautiflly: sittuedted - ith i eceptional': accommodation' for boarders. P upils prepared for JUNIOIR and SENIOR PUB...

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THE LATE MR. J. T. MOREY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

T~llE LATE Ni~l. J. T. NORF .y c ltdl o'ic-iut ot itt Ittiatti h ial ptl, iet Wit 1 ttj )1 a a~,s anIr sl·-it ilail'llIti .IIC tll'-i as Itttll-Itcattro.·* il\. Ilr\itt lotclttet R:itt th g hiatIlC. f~lit ltt.t~-i> .iitcti ritito tioll with~ cletin waler. tnd Yr:~ tiill hindL tin, states liarcdistip jlearcd.

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

ARs YOUR STOBE EErBE FOI Tomn . Sm ith's ..... P - ""S : -:.-From, absolutely iPure SUPERIOR Locaily Grown I f NTomFato " - - T [ ato ost•o. p M o.ta;; i: E owAn -Bttles. Sauce I]8A High g-ade.:: _ _Article. dr rSMITH' MAU URED A LAMBERT Uidhf+ nh ý Manufacturers. ilighett Railway StatioW Phone, Cietenhani''206,i #r. Phoars-823 Windsor; 2243 City. Established s86P.. JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER and BHARNESS MAKER, 384 High Street, St. Kilda, and 488 Flindera Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Assoolatlon Store Manufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Iharness nt.Lowest P'rices Collars elide and Fitted undcr Spenal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes Royal Agricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912.- Awarded First Prize for Collars, 1912. A LARGE STOCK OFIGOODS ALWAYS ON IAND..' A ]Red Hot Proposition. SHave a Modern Gas Fire Installed = " No more chilly Half-HIours at Breakfast. One Penny gives you One Hour's radianlt hleat. It is Really Hot.-You can toast at it. Light it wh...

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Progress Leagues SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Progress CEagusW - SANDRINGIIAM. The first monthly meeting of the Sandringham Progress Association was held on Monday: at the Mechanics' In stitute. when -40 members attended. Vice-president .Jewell occupied q the chair; At times the various speakers could hardly be heardoowiing to the clapping and stamping in the adjoin ing room, where a branch of the 1'A. F.S. was being formed and the oflicers installedi . 1 Mr; Close, who is an ex-councillor ol takenhahm and President of the Progress Association-there, offered the members some advice as to how the Association should be . conducted. Some, he said, had the idea . that they should criticise and nullify the council as a body. Again they fre quently asked why certain money was not spent on such a work, with the result that their letters were often placed in the waste' paper - basket, which was the proper place for them. In any matter the association should be prepared to help themselves, and then go to the council tor assistance. POLU...

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Birthday Greetings. FOR BRIGHTON'S MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

BirtbdaY iretliugs. FIOR DtlJAiTON'S MA\YOIR. 'flid 3avyor (C'r. T. Wils'mi, ..P.) celebrates Lis 76th birt.hd:'y to diy, and we tender hlin our heartiest con Iratulaztions. For rinny y,,,ars Cr. Wilson has been a pictiriesque figure ir, municipnli ffairs in Victoria. .II, )S11 he arrived with'i his parents in lMelbourn. from i':? irel t:l d ifour years Inter rcane to reside int liightoii At thatl time there es'n: sery IfeLw dwlilings in the distri-t, nl aul'rCigi nal settleuimeit; were sIenttertir"d about the country. Cr. Wilson ve.ii a!o. im terested spectator of their i:orriobcr'es, which were held i a small;eantiig in the scrub about where CoclhrOne srhlct, and Outer Crescent intlseie Wilsoni has, with thlie'e'txotion..b three short periods, rdusided in-Brigh - on ever since ..and ilai-tchetel ?.,tlhe .uiunicipulity; .-grown from n? -siiill -il lage up, to, oneof'he t)ut sealtii y towns in thme iCtiopoisl: iteti tlie council in 186), ald i ts .i,; 'de the confidence of the ratcp...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

CIlURCfI SERVICES.. St. Mark's-11, Mr. Denton; 7, the Vicar. St. Luke's-10.30, Ilatins; 11, JI.C.; Vicar : 7, Supply. Methodist Circuit.-New street - 11, Rev. S. Adamson; 7, Mr. F. E. Rich ards. Mill street-11. Mr..J. Webb.; 7, lRev. S. Adarikson. Were street-ll, 1Rev. T. Edwards; 7, Rev. C. A. At kinson, M.A. Sandringham-11, Rev. C. W. Atkinson, M.:- 7, MIr. .J. Mel len. 1Iampton-11, Mr. G. Jewell; 7, Mr. A. Williams. Gardenvale-11, Mr. F. . E. Richards : 7. Ion. .J. Thomas. All Souls', Sandringham.-ll, Rev. IHy. HI. J. Norwood, Th.L.; 7, 1Rev. H. F. Goss. 'Th. Schol, Holy Trinity. lunmpton.-S a.m., lH.C.: 11. Rev. 11. F. Goss, 'Th. Schol. 7, Mr. J. Carter. St. Agnes', Black Rock.-11, Mr. G. P. Biggs; 7, ]Rev. Ily. I. .I. Norwood Th.L. Presl,yterian.-Cheltenhamn--l, Mr. W. .T. arper : 7, Rev. J, H. Hewitt. 1slninh ,--II. I, vr. J. II. Hiewitt: 7, AMr. W. J. Rarper. Church of Ent'land.-Cheltenham-11 Mr. ,Tones: 7. Rev. C. Crotty. Ding ley-1115, Rev. C. Crotty; 7.15. Mr. Jones. Moora...

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COMMITTEE MEETING. SERGEANT BRIGDEN APPOINTED DRUM MAJOR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

L OM"I' 1`EB E;EET1NG.?.: ' SEJAGEAMT BlRIGDEN APPOINTED IAt the ba?id conunittee meetinK :o Tiueslday evening,: with Gr. G. HI Al ford in the "chir, it' was decided to. cb-opiciirte with thl e' ayoress; Mirs. T.: :. ils6f:' in, rai'inng .local contriblitions towards thei Lady Mlayoress's sipipeal for funds'fodr the Wosmen's Hospital byo?fferin'- to arrange "a concert .:in, 'the ?Drill -lolont on" Wednesday, July. .I1th.": Ser?antif l3rigden, who has been electedaas drum nmajor, is one of the Bri?hlton Cadets. Being the tallest trainee in the 46B.. and of fine physi cal-stature. should be a line acquisi tion to the hband. There were four candidates. and Sergeant Brigden was unanimously elected.

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Our Band. THE BRIGHTON INSTITUTION. TO-NIGHT'S CONCERT. MR. ARTHUR DOUGLAS, SCOTCH COMEDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

£0e " -IGHIT'S .CORCEIlT. MR. -eR inUR : OUG LASCOTCH COMEDIAN. The success that has attended - the venteue of the iBrighton `Band Coin miirtee iit conducting ,weel ly entertain hmeats esdermonstrated by them large attendances lit the Drill elull o Sat nurdn evenings. The -seating arcco? n iodatheon eof the building was totalln inadeduate last, week,. and the come mittee were reluctantly compelled to close theo. doors shortly afte 8. o'clock. The programme consisted of cinemato granph displays and was well received by an appreciative audience.:. A feature of the entertainment wras the band or chestr:a which accompanied the bio scopic picturesu The proceeds of the entertainments are to piovide Iunds for the purchase of uniforms,'and this matter, is now being considered.by the conmmittee, and tenders are.to be in vited next wsek. ".IThe "Dingley Dell'" conipe?itioutmo wius?e' won by Mr: ; Arthur White. obf -'ew street,.loighton. : io - this, eveing .'the special a.ttiac tion will. be ...

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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 27. 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Let all the ends thou aim'est at be thy country'i, thy God's, and truth's. SATl'IJIRDAY, JUI:NE.27, 1914 : District News IBRIGHTON. :Another change has been made. in the personnel of the local police force by the transfer of Constable J. Ward to Oakleigh. Constable Ward, Who had been stationed locally fori then past twenty years, .was the last mem ber of the old Brighton force, and his departure will -be regretted by his fricnds as well as 'the residents :.in general. for he -was a zealous officer. His successor is Constable Druce. The matter of erecting a public hall for . North Brighton is in its final stages, and the building will probably be in course of erection within a month.- The undertaking is in the hands of . the North Brighton Men's Club" who propose to place club rooms and ?.ublic hall under one roof on a site in Hampton street, opposite the Bent Memorial Statue. The club met ,ith a very ready response. in,the dis trict when oliering debentures, the iced of a hall and t...

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

: ectric Saw Mill and Timber Yard. Evervthing at Melbourne Prices. Macpherson and: Lawrie. Middle Brightou. Telephmne 45 .R.O. ::TEMME '45 BAY: STREET, SBRIGHTONhi·:,: Telph!one 1225. ....:.Brightoni, -*I W inter' SALE ULL SWING. i Ladies -- Visit Our Sale. Centlemen-Do Likewise. BARGAINS in Every Department. Every' Article Reduced. Mr. Hanley has retired from the Business. Money has to be got 'to' pay his share. I have- marked the GOODS Extraordinarily CHEAP to in duce you' to come :& spend your money with me Better value'-cannot - be got anywhere. Look in and -I} Iwill show, you - GOOiDS ' that were" ·: .L . .· -· made for: the :Money. C. R. O. T E M M E, \Bay Street, B RIGHTON. Doherty & eo. - 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, ! Clearing Sale Now On. All Lines Rediced. 125-127 Gltt-IiultlVy Road, Elstern.Wlc..- 'Phone-Brighton -r47. r 1HE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS 1 TRALASIA LI3MITED. A BRANCH .IS NOW OPEN for the Transaction of all Banking Business at 82 GLENI?UN...

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Football. CONTINUED FROM BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Football. S CONIINUED 1rO31 BACK:. :lhe Ilriternwick club also simriitted art iidverse report on Jenldkil.s.' i 1 . r:rook; secretary :of the- club, said thakt. tlili? ipire was iiot ?on?tis terit ini his-decisioui. JIe slvarcled 3iordialloc a: firee kick directlyl:- ii' 'Troint ::ofithe goals, and becatiso: t:ld ilatire. to- a, pi.t hd brolehl thoe ball ack ane d Clia gonl ricsulted. l10rdliallbe iobtained- eight free kicks ?to LEls(ern i~vick's. one dlursi" theJlast quartenr. :'i.Mr.: 'Bingey (iordiallo) teentioned that the amne sis f litished sl in .lth0 dirk owing'l to the late nriivil'ilof EIl sternwicik. I 'he incidlcnt.coiiiplained about lvh 1lsteinwick oecurirel blecause thev. persisted in gettinr. odvert JIthe mark. .The umlpire was fairt :in:l is decisidns. - : It' ws f isol'ed ri ot to take :anv action - SThe Glenlliils yclub repOilted il;-n-e wartha as bIeins unsatisfactor-. :ItI. Iluskll" (??Ilritone) said.that, they had the iipiri. last Saturday,.but heI had' no contro...

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Poultry Notes. A MODERN INCUBATOR. BIG PURCHASE FOR MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

- ' A 511)1 N "INCUBATORI 1or 1'URClltl V O11 M1O)1t \11111N2 been oberated ins A tiatsi artiled from r "The' IlJul Siraniaioth- ILiiatol Co_,'. U;S.A.,I. Ti'ricsday, :, the or dler of iessirs Briidley & lM'l)oonild, of the- Si:ri.ille 'oultFy3 FIrm, Soutli road. 3doorabbin-: Jst in tiuie to :. li set U 1iii r:adiii~ss ior the l,.itchiig scasnon liio coincncig. T'his l iincu= Baitr is s`omething unusial -heio i th tea} .of chickeni requisites-L not. OiS; in size alt in co,,sttiilt; ii a-lthi., 'I i Anicrica they are fairly- coii nali,, and ire wioi;kied in icry. lhiige eicitic 'h Built -to hold 6,000 eobs; it is cim posed: of :a iunber of sectiolniso hiated iwith hot water .pipes lruningi lonsm a boiler .t one end, and fitted -itli : i platert regýulating appaii rat~ s Coal is used for h.eating purposes, .iad al ipe ciiilly designed boiler and stokibr giate is i feiaturc. of thed ?iachli.e : he to-= tal cost to tlhids enteirprisig firi' of 0liiiltryiyfarmers is- close o l 1....

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

Telephone 128 Windsor. - Only Address G. Brunning & Sons; IBRIGHTON ROAD, ST. KILDA, NOT HELBOURNE. : Established 50 Years. Largest Plant Nurseries in the Comn monwealth. - 250,000 .Plants and 40,000 Roses. Write for New Catalogues (Post Free) The Nurseries are within three minutes of. the' Ripponlen Station and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOME HINTS ON BUILDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI I' 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 i ?-1with all conveniences and appintments -;-trepaymenta as weekly rent, covering Sinterest and principal-the interest re cac as each payment is wade, and .1glve you the option to pay off any iamount, 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 unemploy ment, pa...

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DINNA FORGET [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

IDI.NA FORGET' Cole & Co's. Building Sale Friday n'xt. Extensions and alterations at our ]Elsternwick shopp, with bricks and mortar c:oming down., compel us to clear out the Etsternwick stuck (in both places) in the coming fortnight. )esperate Bargains Friday next.--Advt Birthday greetings will to snuplcemen Id connection with the local iove Inent to assist the fauvoress's fund for the Women's Hospital, .lrs. Ferdinan dI presided at a meeting of local residents during the week, and a fur ther mecting will be held next Friday at 3 p.m. A drawing-roost er.tertain mnent in furtherance of the tsovement is to be held on a date to be flied. The local Womqni's Conuuittee of. the P.L.C. held a meeting on Wed~sday, at which several impiortant n etters were discussed.. A renolution wnas passed expressing, the opiniion. that extra police' supervislon should,.' be provided for the ilrobectioin .of; young children, in. view of the rece'ntocctr rence at (tKensingtonll: Iti \nas also e' so...

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SOCCER. ALBERT PARK v. SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

tSOCCER. ALBERT PARIK v. sANIRINGILAi; Snndringhann entertainid Albert Padk dit Sandringhani last Satiturday, and after, a good ganme lostt their first maitch- this. seasoni although they still retaina 'the only undifeated team in the ipeinnant. Gasn :wion the: toss, hail le?idtl to play. with the sun behind his nice. hlbect Park'took up the running, but ['Ke cntio cleared. In the opentilg stages -Parks had all thb li3ly, "bat Saunders was si'ide, and sent the ball to Allan;twho centred; Froin Comner the' ball went behindt. " 'Kenzie, with a long drive found Can iitn a good position; .the leather went out'to M!anger, -. but his shot, went behind. Both sides were having shots, iand on one occasion IBingham broanht off a siiae when all sceemed lost. A foul to Uverett saw Andrews place well into gofil, bll the Iall-juisl. went. . round the post. The IPark'a kept visiting the bhonie goal, but linghanm and his backs were putting up a good defeleef; At last the custodian, after eliecting ...

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

311;1'IOI'OLlTLN. "lie mnatchj betrieni lesternwicik anui Colle;ic ns t'ans. piayed 'it tile Elstj'rit nick crickigt groaulnd on Satnrday lIst, befoie a i oodd ttseiiildnle. Tlie Mauie wans ifst and oipen, anldl iii 'ii ia firt-rte pirt. I:Isteruwnick oleaod nt roiuly by s eorij" .5goalsl I:el b ilh s to I gosal t behind, ini the hir st uluar' tsr, tuid tiL t itaiiutinLuLL their hasi tie fin'a! scut es being Sl',stau'iak i: 'S (Si; 't. Colti anli i7.1 (.1i plhitet. No onlle 1,l;Ii I L better s'[.ante 1 the trilnirs than their ci ptaiun, "1. Muir ri'uon, nd o ut ifnl evsa side the ne'xt best ias tsKesshsv, Niven, hSnitli, Soiter, C'leitieis, antLLi 1155. T1hieu' goals wire evenly distrilbu~tedl, l'eili's', Ussn. and lorris gettinig three apiece, and Rea and Cleeiisiiger each got two,. - C 01URCHe c1I 111ST. I.ast :Siturday -tlhl Brighton Church of Cri:t r oddtLll Club: played Swan ston: stiret Church of Christ at Brigh' loioi:'i righton turied?1 at wiilners in thla:fm icidi although ...

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

irst andForemost. W. Robinson. Butcher, New St. Brighton. 'Phone2245. Established 1850 _·:._ . - :. , on, ~- . Wanted To Buy. S MALL one-piece Secondhand . arden ROLLER. Prite To y.E.E., P.O., Hampton. IG FEED WANTED, Cabbages, Ji Cauliflowers,' Mangels, I'ump kin, &c. Good price. 1. Cheevers, are J. Arnold, Beauinaris par., Uigh rtt.' - Yeniules, &0 for Sale. -pUGGIES, Phaetons, Jinkers, Carts Lorries, Vehicles every description pew and secondhand, large as3ortment always ?n hand. Teleihonu 343. honmpson Bros., Bay-st.. . Brighton. I INiKEi, light, strong, good order, , cheap, £6, or exchange floating rail crt. L. S.. Dastle, Clarinda. .IANO ' BOX BUGGY, lever hood, Sbrlak, Sarren wheels, almost 0.: .0 1. 11. A. McLeod, Clayton. l -o'hw it17 Oakicigh. Poultry, &c., For Sale. -lcIKENS. - Buff Orpingtons and /lhite Leghorns, 1/- each; 45/ 1,i; - ILO. .Eggs, 5/-. Black Or p?tuo hD ivy laying non-broody :ri. 1 - doz.; eggs, 7/6. Hunt, ,lin 1'ultry Yards Selwyn s...

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Essays. ON EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 27 June 1914

Essays. " - -- - ON EMPIRE DAY. i At the Empire Day celebrations held at Brighton the school committees of fered three prizes for the best essay on the local celebrations and also on the hioscopio picture of tile Bournville Cocoa Works. The adjudicators,, Mlessrs 'J. II Taylor' and II. F. Northe have awarded the prizes in the follow ins order - lIlST PRIIZI William A. leg-ie, State. Schohl, Elste iarwjk. . Esmpire -)ay" which is celebrated on tlhe'lth of .lla ille aun'iereary of Quceieis Viitoriii's - birthday is "set aparlj by the lBritish.liation as a special day ?on hichd the 'i eoile of thl& ei-: piro may rejoie& bec ai'se of the .'IEm pircs a grathesf ailsd of the juistnesis of its laws. ":' It` is celeblihted on Queen Victoria's :lirthlday lecause, in: lier long reign of G4 years she was i ai ,ood and iblo'e soerein, anld the EIma piire gre.w rapidly in iweatlith and power. Therefore the British peopl1 derided that a day shoalld be set i apart in eich year iii ...

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