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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

SEiectric Saw Mill and Timber Yard. Evervthinw at Melbourne Prices. Macpherson and Lawrie. Middle Brighton. elephae 45 e. R. o. TEMME S. .-45 :BAY STREET, ' " - BRIGHTON, SWinter SALE : NOW UN FULL SWIN.G :Ladies -Visit Our Sale. Centlemen-Do Likewise. BARGAINS in Every Department. Every Article SReduced. Full Price List Of All Marked Down Goods This Column next week We have been marking down prices' all the week for, this Stupendous Sale. We intend to publish prices, regardless of cost, to convince you that you must not miss this sale. -.* *-- , . Hundreds of Useful Necessary Thihgs all at Under Cost Prices. YOU CAN GET THINGS'NOW THAT YOU WILL NEVERI HAVE THE CHANCE TO GET AGAIN. Look in ahd:n 1 will show Syou ' GOODS that were , S.- . n-ever - :ma:de, ;^,):; madfor the:, 'o Money. C. R. O. . TEMM E,: 245 || .^Bay Street, l|^:BRIGHTON. S-' 1'elsphons: 1225. Doherty & eo. 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick,L: Now On. S. All Lines Reduced. ? 125.127 6k1w Iuntly Road, Elst...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Football. BRIGHTON PLAYERS ENTERTAINED AT DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

Football. IBRIGlITON PLAYERS lETER TAINEI) Al ulN\I ll., It i recoginised in footall circles g',.nerally that nothing si ceeds like success, and wHinninig teams are uisialy lavishlty entertained: as they achieve suciess after ersiiccess: -The lrightoi club, had imany oliers of. the lkind early: in the seison," 'ii'be the' out Ooliook as particllarly rosy,, blut they ilpkreciaite virys highly the compliment paid them last Thur-':isday. when. des pite a series of rev'er.?. M; 31:M. Wil miot-I Fink,'who lis iint an oleicer of the clbn, invited the olli,'ers iand plliy erc to dineli:ilthi hlim.- at Gnriiblev's Ilotel, Brighton. Bicih.: ts.ir ?ur ihy's dining ro?iiii ieveri loolecd brigh ter thai. oil this occasion. the 'tables icing" dcsoi'ated ii goo ta tiiste \vith tlhe club colouis, tlie. sclines , of 'decoration'lh:.viug red -i:lnitmis and white joinqills. lr ink ik presided, i.il justice was doneto .a very ex cellent dinner, lifter-which lto all too short couple of hours. was. sile...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

7Elsternwick FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. hS 9 Gl~en Hu nth! IRd, :.OS: Wl11 S :, ~sternwice . A Few Doors Bu-low . S. &" A. BInk. We specialise in the I ovisiro. Trade, keep the veryV, lest . l;;in able; and will. ot ire uintl~raold.. All-G7ods kept in Coaling' Cham her. Eggs from "Cool Districts Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Butter and Cheese from Western District Factories. Kindly Remember This--Whether your Order is Worth a Shilling or a lound we Deliver it Promptly and in a crefuil and ip,-to-Date manner. W. H. Nicholson - begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districts, i 'that he ba . Opened a Store at Glen lluntly (Late Blundy), and his a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage is respectively Solilcted GOODS DELIVERED DAILY . STORES-Brlghton, Elsternwick, Balaclava and Glen Kiuntly. W. H. NIMHe LS)N, Grocer, Wine & Spirit Merchant 1 Phone Brighton 1061. Saddlery. tSa.ddlery. tsaddlery...

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Electric Trams SANDRINGHAM TO BEAUMARIS. THE PROPOSED ELECTRIC STREET RAILWAY. THE GOVERNMENT'S INTENTIONS BLACK ROCK SECTION TO BE CONSTRUCTED FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

Electric T:rams SANM)RINGIAIIA TO 1 BEAItMAIIIS. : THE'PIIOPOSD ..ELECTRII C STREET `RAIL- WA-..:? -THE GOVERNMENT'S INTENTIONS BLACK ROCK SECTION TO BE CONSTRUCTED FIRST. Tlhe o6r,.abbinShiire Council recent ly endeavoured tohave -the prooosed: electric street railway from Sandring ham to Beanmaris constructed under. one undertaking instead of deferrinig the section from -Black Rock to Bean-. maris for. a future occasion- ..The Bill: authorising thel work, iill be submit-' ted to Parliament this session,.and thi Council was desirou's of having the whole route included... MIr. Snowball, 31.Ml A., submitted the Council's views to the "Minister, who referred tihe ,iestion to the Railwayvs Standing Coinmittee. The litter body. have replied, statinig :that, in their opinion, the raiilway should first be con structed to the6 icorner of - Balcombe rohd, and its extension dealt with later on, as they recognised that .he traim would not stop at ,that point. ' Mr. Snodljnll coninnuncated thi...

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Progress Leagues [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

Progress Leagues The monthly meeting of the Garden vale Progress Association was held on Tuesday at the Congregational 1Ball, Magnolia road. A List of Complaints. A letter was received from the Caul field Council, asking what were the matters that the Association required the Council to attend to. This gave the members an oppor tunity to prepare a lst, which should startle the councillors at the nest meeting. Members were loud in their com plaints regarding "the delay that was taking place in connection with the taking over of Gardenvale road. The thoroughfare was almost impassable at the lower end, and it was su-nested that the Council should provide the residents with stilts to enable them to get across to the station dry-shod. 'ier flooding of the road was said to be caused by the deep open drain across the road being blocked with sand. The path in the same street was mentioned to be a disgrace, and tile Council are to be'asked to provide the district with a mower so that the gra...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Drainage Trouble The Glenhuntly Estate. CAULFIELD COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

Drainage Trouble The Glenhuntly Estate. At the prevous meeting the Council ,approved of the plan of the Glenhunt ly estite foir ,subdiiisiohal purposes; :espitetlioh vieis two rinembers of the legal profession that'.the Conicil were not snffibieiitly sifeguirded." Cr. Hall submitted .a notice-of motioni that the planhbo not aipproved of:. That motion was considered on Tues day and. it .ws scarried by six votes to Ave. Crs. Fiske! and Murray men tiobnil that they lind taken legal. ad vice oin the question, 'and, were 'in-. formed that the Counceil were protected from. any claim foF compensation, and therefore they saw. no reason why. they should not approve of the plan. Subsequently, Mr. Parkinson aid dressed thel Couiicil on -behalf of Mr. Wood;: through whose property the owner of the land had constructed:a drain. Mr. Wood had taken steps to test the legality of. the award fixed by thelarbitrator but it was.knocked out on a: teclnical objection. After further 'discussion, it' was r...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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The Destructor. ELSTERNWICK SITE UNAVAILABLE. CABINET REVERSES PREVIOUS DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

The Destructor. ELSTERNWICK SITE UNAVAIL ABLE. CABINET REVERSES PREVIOUS DECISION. As announced in ouir columns a fortidght ago tihe Peacock Cabinet haus revcr.ed tlhe decision- ofat th Watt Mllin istry to allow the councils to erect a distructor .on Croisn land within close vicinity to the' Elsternwick school: The natter was reconsidered laslJIlon day, and lr. Siibovball, ;L.I A., has received- a inotification from; the Lands Illparttiteitit that .iin view of the strong represer tations tmade by. the lresidents against the site, and also the re(luire Inents of the Eilucation Departnient, "the Coverniicent, were not disposedt to sell the land to ?the councils. The, matter; was neiitioed ait the mointhly mniethig of tihe North tWard Progress': Association o- n-Tuesday. The "resideiit ;- (Ir. Ioiii) stated that they were finder i deep debt of gratitude to Mir. Snowball for hisdac tions, for without his help they would not 'have been able to prevent the erection of the destructor. The ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Snakes and the Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

Snakes and the Wcather. There is a saying in India that if there be no rain during the ])asthhara, sunakes fill the earth. l'ntting aside the religious side of this assertion, the say ing has a scientific meaning. The eggs of-snakessri addled if soaked in rain wa'er. An early rain, therefore, des troys the eggs, mad late rains help the increase of the brood. Indeed, the young one; coame just at this period, and village people hill a good many of them now. These young ones-even these just h:athed-are almost as daln gerons as full-grown ones, only the poi bou of the young ones acts slowly, lhe eause their faugs are very small and do not go deep ilnt the flesh. The snakes lay their eggs in very dry places and patiently sit upon them until they are hateheld. If the municipalities employ nullvadys (snak:oe-charlmers), they can cxtermnnmte tl:o s!akes from the towns, at l ast This cosuldbe done, hydestroy ing the eggs, and the snalke-charmers can find them if employed for the pur • . . . ...

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Ridiculous Remedies for Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

aidiculous Reiedies for Diseases. The reme~ es' rcommended in the early days of medicine were often worse than the diseases. How far Burton ap proved of them ho does not s:ey, but ho appears to meantion them with respect. I or melancholy canteries and hot irons are to be usedin the sutureof the skull, and: a'tis nob amiss to bore the skull with an instrument to let out the feu liginous vapors." Wine used soberly is one of Buaton's favorite remedies, forhe mentions it again and again; and even the teetotaler will allow that it is to be preferred to hot irons. Wine is not good foi h?id men whose brains reo fr:ulded with heat, "but to melancholy, which is cold, w' ne soberly used, may be very good." -Howe.ar, if the patient objects to mine, let him try a remedy commended by Piso-namely, a ram's lungs applied to the fore part of the head, or a ring maode of tile hoof of an ass's right fore foot inay be carried about the person. Such amulets, says Burton, are not alto getlier to ba rejec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

Educationia ROSBERCON, GIRILS' GRAMIMAR SCHOOL and' KINI) ElG ARTl'EN. NURITI1 ROAI), NORTH BIUGIITON 5 mnittes froi CGardenvaleh Station. I) milnutes from Electric Tramn. . L'gre greri. tnds; decollent .accoinmoda-. tion for Boarders. Pupils P'repared for Uni ersity. Primary, Jlunior, and Senior Examinations.; Ails fur Universith Local Examina tionis in Music. Principal- MISS 'ISDI)LL AND 3ll.S CONSTANCE TISI)ALL, M.A. Class Singing and Plhysical Culture h:al always formed part of the cur ricuhlium. ulancing and Special Plhysical Cul tute .essons are doien to Non-Pupils. Three Terms for 1914 BegiA? February 10th. June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be Rnrolled any: time pro ratae "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, S"KIORA," SOLTH ROAD; BRIGHTON BEACH. SECONDARY. RIUUMAIRY, SUB-PRIM ARY.: Seven Minutes' Walk: from Train.'. o r T ra m . ; , :5 ', " r,:. The school is beautifully gituateli, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR and SENIOR I'UPIIiC Examinations...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

THREE MEDICAL WINTER REMEDIES. . Foster's Bronchitis Cure. j- THE POPULAR REMEDY_ It does- not merely relieve a Cough, but it gives immediate. relief, and removes the cause. is. FOR LOSS OF VOICE, - :HOARSENESS, CHEST AFFECTIONS, &c. FOSTER'S I Emulsion of god Eiver Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime S- da. : Pure _k Palatable.:, . ; EOR ARY AtFFEEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEBsYI!Y and WASTING. . 1. 6di Foster's- Record Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. In cases ofrDeep-seated Chest Colds it is applied with advantage, is ..-------- .. '.. Fosters Pharmacy Church Street, Middle Brighton Telephone 1125 Brighton. Cuminq, Smith & CO'.S SICKLE BRAND RETORTED CHARCOAL" . Thiis CHIIAIICOAI. is ouale at our ,ood l)i-tllatioia Works at .Warbtr ton. Its superior qiualities are dule to the fact that it is RETOR'(IRTED, ,hy which process all impurities are removed, leaving Lehinud the pure ,CIIAIl COAL. -For Household Use I' JS-UNiQUA'tLIEI) AS :A l UElt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

.~------ ....----- SAc YoonU STOREKsErfEI: Ot .. Tom Smith's: i/ . .Fros: - i'bsolutely :Pure : : SUPERIOR Acall Griiwn ST om ato 'Tomatoes.:.i . { own' Bottles. Sauce A High g..de. S - -Article;. SMITH,& ?ANUY,,,ACTUED AT LAMBERT, Highett Railway Stationl . Loe, Celtenb i06i Pbores-8:3 Windsor ; 2243 City. Established 1867. JO HN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 884 High Street, St. Kilds, and 488 Plinders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Assoolation 8t8or l3anlrfcturer of Every Description of Saddlery and ltarneas at Lowest Prices ('ollirs Made and Fitted under Specal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes Roval Agricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First :Prize for Collars, 1912. A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND.:~ A Red Hot . Proposition. Have a Modern Gias Fire I?nstalled- . - 6 No more chilly Half-Hours at Breakfast. One Penny gives you One Hour' s radiant heat.i It is Really Hot.-You can toast at it. . Light it when you want.it. T:ur'r it of...

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THE JOKER'S BUDGET. JESTS AND YARNS BY FUNNY MEN OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

THE JOKER'S BUDGET. JESTS AND YARNS BY FUNNY KEN OF THE PRESS. A Strong Hint-Ruffled and Yet Amiable-Altogether Too High His Room Better Than His Com pany, etc., etc. A STRONG HINT. They were roasting chestnuts in the fire. ''I ani going to call that chestnut by your name," "Whyl" asked he. i"Because it seems to be cracked and won't p0op." But he did.-[Bloston Traveller. ,'i'RUFFLED, ' ?D YET AMIABLE. "Was Elizabeth an amiable iueenP'" "Yes, I think so." "In all the pictures I ever saw of her she appeared to be somewhat ruffled." ALTOGETHER TOO HIGH. :Miss Bilkihns-Does your friend, the .tenor, ever reach high C?" Mr. Basso-Well, yes, occasionally; but when he does, it is such a very high "sea"! that he is completely swamped by it.-[Bazar..i IS RO110.1 BETTERI ITAN HIS COMPANY. ".Miss Giltedge -You seem. to be glad, pnpapathat Mr. LitewateMdhas gone west, and yet yoiu s yaid??oi liked him much better thali all of'Tny other'suitors. SGiliedgc, ,pere--Tou misunderstood me, my-dear. Wh...

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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

Golf. Last Saturday, at Liiacre Park, a mi'itch W-s played 'with'iBox Hill, re; siilting ina soa newhat easy win, for' Linacro" Parki as; indicated by the scores ieieui iser: LLNAORE PAI-tK.?; : =oles -Aces aggl ston .. . 10 b iansifield .:.. . .' . O 0 S'-Brady . ;..."...:. Holes ces HTo-day thei montl medal . 0will e payed for a roy resent 0b r. aT. Jones.iel 0 bradldy o es for their day, .0 0 To-day the' monthly iedal will be played for a trophy presented by Mlr-. T. Jones. Thursday afternoon has Ibeen fixed by the lady associates for their day, and it is specially desired that the members will attend on that occasion.

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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

TO-DAY'S MATCHES. Brighton v. Hawthorn. Prahran v. Port Melbourne. Essendon v. Footscray. Williamstown v. Brunswick. Northcote v. North Melbourne. Brighton will pay their first visit to the Hawthorn ground this after noon, and supporters desirous of wit nessing the match should book to Glen ferrie. The 1.47 traih from Sandring ham (1.53 Beach and 1.59 Brighton), will connect with the 2.29 from Rich mond, which arrives at Glenferrio at 2.40. Another means of reaching the ground is to take the tram from Bala clara, which runs through to Deep done. After the match trains leave Glenferrie at 5.27 and 5.47. TO-DAY'S TEAM. BRIGHTON'S GOAL., ' DoTdiO ; Knighton. Wuilsoi, Negro, Wullace. Ruck =raha,: .1 urIbull. Doolain, B a B s lr'PaVttersoin Rover Phillips. Baylisa, Dawson, Tees. Coner, Henderson. I1AWTHORN'S GOALS.

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Football. BRIGHTON V. ESSENDON. AN EXHIBITION OF FAULTY KICKING. THE SEASIDERS AGAIN FALL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

Football. BRIGHTON V. ESSENDON. AN-EXHIBITION OF FAULTY S KICKING. THE SEASIDERS AGAIN FAIL. The' Brighton club were at home tc Essendon, and -a large gathering of supporters from both clubs assembled at the beach oval, as the game was important as far as the clubs were concerned. They. were both level on points, and a win for either .would make the prospects of getting into the four brighter. Four alterations were made in the local combin.ition-Taylor, Doolan, Watt and Negro standing down for Henderson, Phillips, Comer and Wal lace. The placings of the team were: Back: Donlwing, . Wallace. Half-back: ; Slater, S? 8 Wilson, Knighton: Centre: Paterson, B. Bailes, Laxton. Half-forward: Coimer, Graham, Bay lissa Forward: Teese, Henderson.. SFollowers: 'Dawson: and Turibull. Rover: hI'lillips. With the wii?? strongly- favouring the' Main- street goals] the Essendon skipper elected to kick- in this direc tion when he wori the toss. They ii mediately lay siege on the Brighton goal, and wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

SOUTHERN CROSS Football eompetitions Victorian Football Association o1s. PRIZE A prize of 10/- will be awarded the competitor fulfilling all the condi tions of this competition, or pro rats it more thai one. CONDITIONS. .-Competitors to name on the coupon provided in this col umn the winners of the Vic torian Football Associatiod matches played on the date on the coupon. . .':2.-Competitors to be residents of the Town of Brighton, City of ' Caulfield, or Shire of Mooradb . in. b 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.' 6.-Coupons to be*addressed FOOTBALL COMPETITION, The Editor, * "Southern Cross," BRIIGTON. (Incomplete Address will Disqualify). 7.-The decision of the Editor to be final in regard to all matters. S FOOTBALL COUPON. + 4- 4 + No. 1. + + VICTORIAN FOOTBALL + + 4 + A...

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METROPOLITAN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

S METROPOLITAN. The, first half of .the Ellsterunwick Carltoni)istrict game was iot produc tive of very good football. The players did not display that vim anddash chiar acteristic of Metropolitan football, and seemed to lack- cohesioti.: Elsternwick' had much the better of things during this. peri6d, and at half-tinme held a winning lead of 17 points. After the interval the ganmo brightened up con siderablyi and twice during the second Imlf the scores were level. Carlton played' a much improved game in the third quarter. when they scored 20 points to 3 by good sitematid footlill Tihe last. lquiler waa very, keenly cd1 tdtsted, and the "interest' was main tained almost to the end of the game. Elsternwick were the first to score, and held a seveni points lead after 10 rin iutes had elapsed, but Carlton, after hard battling, replied with a behind and then a goal, making the scores level with 10 minutes left for play. The Iast 10 minutes was very willing, but Elsternwick, finishing str...

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POSITIONS OF CLUBS. SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

S POSITIONS OF CLUBS. SENIORS.l Pos Pts Club W L D Pts Scd Mid. Brighton .. 9 1 - 40 30 Cheltenham .. ...9 1 40 36 COulfield ........ 7 3 - 40 28 ,Moorabbin . ... . 3 40 28 Black Rock .. :5:.4 1- 40 22' Carrum ... : .4:. '1" "40 .:22 Mentone ... ... ;::7 : 0 ?.12 Moorabbin Park :.. 3 7' 40 t12 Heatherton ... ..1 9 40 4 JUNIORS: .rmu os Club, DL :Pts Scd: Gardenvalo.. ... .. 8 2 - 40 : 32 Elsternwick : 6.. ; 3 3? 21 Clieltenlham? .:. .4 4`' 32: 16 Glenhuntly 3 .? :1 1Mordialloc . 2. 3.1 Ellendalo-.. .1 9 40 4

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Federal Association. SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

.SENIORS. A good even game was played on the Moornbhin ground between the local team aiid Caulfield. 'The visitors,: who had the advantage of" the wind in the first quiirter, imiedlately. attacked, and: gave. thel Moorabbin _:defenders plenty of' work. The homesters nmade several incursions into their' oppon eIts' territory, iand had scored 7 to 27 at-.the first chanige. With tim assist ance of the wind, Moorabbin gradually 'overhauled Canilfield and at tile inter val were .in front y a siilgle.. Tlhe thirdlquarter was mainly to the advall tage of Caulfield, Tiho had 7 tries 'tob 3.. With i lead of 24 points; thllev com menled the final term with every con fidence. The play became fist, and furious as Moorabbin- forged ahead. The game was stubbornly foilght out, and it appeared as if a draw would re sult, but Moorabbin obtained a single, which gave them the game, as the bell rang, with the scores--Moorabbin, 10.8 (68); Caulficld, 10.7 (67). The goal-kickers for the winners were-Gree...

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