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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

talIfld4 EGI1#idl Saall ll¢ lId lln-il C'I'a. C.ulfltl (Cnnail CehI thei i ,;Int iiig oil iT.ueiid'ty, w len ( s, M1urphy, l,.nleats.toin, I lall, Ki thein, hMu'rr'a, (Cliajics, King, ili'hshiu' I ' ad tti 'lThoiuion aft rl(' ii ,,*, 'I',,I+,s .1':(( ,,,0; 1 ,.i''ll ,,,<,~ l)tl i'i ery oii f Lotter i. Tlh1( (Co nicil rct.'ttle viot t It ie Pos ;ta lll )p tinw t,? ttrgin that, let-. t'irs oi'' l ,st CI(,llt iell potvlei att, (, I liud ihuild lli e soul to tho formnte' u' lic' ' \vitioUtil goiitIg Ihi llIglih (ltloutiii.t Tl'ht+ Dll partlmeiit, repled l hll at, lIlthe tatitte'r lul t benj refierred oli'r reltl't. W . T.T ]. 1 ts \re'icd that I lorll uinl 1.\ · Ltrn hle pilited in (ihei l"iri riati, 'It i 's pointetldj out that ()i'' itlt i i'li ,1' of thi (,Co nui l had ble,,,' Itt planti, pllla e'S. -Tlhte uppl~h'attio was. lrefterred ito t~he wortks cummin iLee. Liilluito tiem tijnil thI.' lasa wl (et .+II hitI t ia; n i-htstn('il +;a?. , ( mnIfitt1 iltil', h . L Iii (aii...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Man With An Appetite. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

A FIaniu With An Appotite. for heving iti mn tiiet coultld cet oI1 41 than flay other on0o 1ueI1 ill til U11iii te Staitue. Ills ulelo ill (o01. (CIlIIIIiry, antd 1ie ill now livinug livo o1 ud x hiilci(S wuet of Athiuuiiu, A ftuuurtcr, of utnottoo h, uluuu eiied woulit Iurdllly full1io h it luncIr for hlii. "i yo tmoiioduti of luvo~e with thire OUiiuntls of u ulrtwkc rsi hnlthtt lotiipt hinrt to throw out hiei tohl )lbvt tlriil telaio a Rneeh, 't'wenty ;fix old fuohioueid gin" goretilten wouldn't whet oap his alupetito. ulnt thin; is niot is iiiiiiv)' to I 1o nOtweetcl letoly dlinetor,'oiil, A p11k of Iriskh poc tatoes, With tw o1)011itif otf nalt r6elomti to got himiui itn if(uitioii fort o.good lireuth. fst. A hal f Inrltiel of oi oioe lievo bean linown1 to ilidiujueuu' when sitting in1 fronit of his 510110, t~ipring 1utlttul isit favorite piittimet, wilil two utiudulele iroui Id only (0111( uin 1m it lnch , Ilanw potttoJ s, gronndI Plhah, tnllrld with e1n oc uasional uocoeioi t ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shutting His Eyes Caused Him to Fall. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

shutting His Eyou Caused him t ).all. ;Josph '.1., Firancis, n lderly, 1)ldj hln(lded nlan, stolo ia silver waltih rofroni nl plsstlr by ill New York, ndll, when pllrsuIed, tihrew (h11 wateh into ta 0ower openlting, A ploi of inltainity was 1ot up 11n id wias tried( beforo lJudge Martino. 1)r,. rl'rutx, till olxanliner in luinnoy, tes, tilled that .I ranvis'i mloillolry w?ls ldofcot i\e and his liarlt lnot.ion weak. lei had a d(helsiol0 that ho was Ilundrgoing i0m lpr'i l'lln ,I in Clinton prison, and that thle kel1Or1s jeered iat himi through the hlau of his cell dotor, espeeidly at night when hIo w1ante(d to sleep. An ? llniis tkailble physiel lin of liho (igonee-r. tioi of his ]1101 '\'(111S Systi'nllt ws tho fnot thatt A\1hen il el(,seld hi?s yes. ieo top pled owea aod 101, "Lot us try thoe oxerimlnl no10,"said JTudgllo Martino, "Shtlnd up, Frnlluioi. Now ilohi Voluil eyes."'' Fraunis rising from his s(at1 did n,, ho was bid, 'Tiruo to Dr. 'l'Tanx's opiniol, ho wl.avored for tll...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Original Baseball. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

The Oii'i iitrl insolbl, TheI jj~ orit l 1 ja: 0i~,n I11,s made wih l a Coro if I1 iat 1 )13 1 , ; ils i ollo t10 il '.2liI5 al IsfIoill too lixilV, oii t;isii ijilo pl)01'ie of liili' 1 l r ihii'V i(, tIh to i o t duality W ot 'llor tiiti cli (, for it o ', U l l troullu wit it hll tltll'; IPy 1('9;11 ;lui11(11(7 notv g~voiu ti( lidt o '1'iot; No two bills il It r it i i\ n hi º be to t l0 i llu t li this 1'(35110i, io1 liiT' tIV I cl i tlll ~ I ball arod rom (il' to I11)',11(ordlll as the ' either 111is dl y or dumpl i~t Wits iii'0i''5av I) dit\ i -ooe I,~ntt~11 hit' ici, nut( thu idenil thoti ewis lit, liu!l1i iii vooltcd, ill E":5 1))' liv i~t p ison ool'd Nnnol, R'vlu 11ie ot` Liit it L talt, fiii Ilii 1)Stolit~lt J' utd hootto develi jun~t (ifit everyl) etc, ii od it cl huitiiuid etistin point is thitit it lies two ('01 e1'5, (0ie tinsidul the other lund sepau-taed by windluigs of yaru.--{Thcptiynlo. TultY DO NOT Plt',AK NO\, 1We11," sanid Ch~appic, drnining his gl;asi, ''tI h...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Novel Yacht. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

A Novel Yncht, Thoro i bhoing built in a lroohlyn ship yard a steiam ychtl; which has i 1 oight-inelih Irss ?ound hollc on (chi side of thoe Iol and a thiroe-iquarier imch briass-bu1)lid liolt w]e'ro olther ioluii yincihls havo a, proupeller. Whllcn coiii plb1ed, tliis novel yiiolitl, will lav' a doublu )pito, i pump, exr'tling a by drauli plessv~ ie ot' 2,500 Iounids to the 1squniar1' ichli, '.lThis p)unip )will draw water into theI v'nssl thlioligh the sid(o pipcu ndl( eject it, tIlihrouglih thelie stirn pipei no s to tidriveo lie yiwlii i'eleven or twolvo miles in lhour. Tie nw viiht , will ho 110 foet long and 0 '. lJft 1eiin, Shei will havo sniiiall d 'liigiiiis il o w110 liol, The teeriniiig will lie regulal4d by thl jot of witcr fl'roll the stelrn pilp . .I)r, lJackson, of IhooMilyn, tlio projIcto of iho new orafit, foriinerlyv o)operateod a lit launchh oi> the principles df.rrilcd above. Ho thuiinkihs lis viachiti now hnil ing will urn hah1or 'unvifiiation topsy turvy, un...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Panama Canal Victims. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

?a~nnit Ctanal Victiml. (!?reful illnliry lii eon mnlldo coll ollning tlhi cIh ondii, n oif' thti o llh)orl rs oll eortahI I ectio11s if the I'tltnma 1 C( al,] which n(ot oily (onfirm1s tho 11)1orts11 "which lae\? bl) n', )eviously I l)pu lishe(, 11but ldii lose:s Ihe?ll, )itible c ndi(tonl ()to which the lpeople arte red ied. At San l luiblo, Ta111i4otrilh ll(l, lihhio otit le t ltv1 diot of stl'vartittion, u)ndl their graves are now heing pointed out toh isitor(). Tlheve are mlany 11bore who will dio from thl 1111W 0 011110. iMany 10 h11 hahko1n I given t h1alf day's work for ft l1tU]i, al1l (hose who I)ave 1o)0 t(u (npll)yiig thitm ion thoic flrmllIll Shltato that thley \will not lo nger contiunu 11)t1 nuill arl'alI'goent, is ths(ir st(ock of po'itionys ii a11 ost 1 xll0nsted., Otr11011 dec(lar( and o)n(ets that in order to got food they are (om)mllhd to go out at night 111(1 stdal I aans (1 euand ohr)o, al thlough at the risk of being shotu., T,'ho p)p11 ) h1ve not the m1ean1s o...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

º,MoI'hodiist, N-- ' t.\e ;lrcet, - -Ii, "Rev, Arthur P'owoll ;7, Mr. P. \V. Iond. !hill street-l1, Mr. P, 1, Upharlll ds kl 7, Mrr., ,J V. Pa'rson, Were streeot--ll, 31ev. C. W. At~kinson, M.A..; 7, :1r. 11, 1+), licliards, clriigl~hau J--J 1, ltov r, Adanison 7, Itcv. IV. At kinson, 1ev. S. Adam soN, ( ardtenvolo--J 1, Nlr ;F). C. ])eUaris ;7, Nvr. I, Mc~elezi, Otllotlist..--AI~ia ,tcte. 11, All-, Wtil ters ; 7,, 1tov, I1', Went s1o rd, I teitleitrIi- - 1i, Rev, F. JI, \Snt sfoid ;7, Mr.. ihe kolL, (Ciiadea---]..1, Mr. '11. M. nlarriolt 7, nvu, Wood5, Black, Rock Couitrel;iational.-- Il, Rev Revinald Il'urnor~ 7, 'I'.lIocv, G. J. \Vil lianis. PI'esby terijn.--Chellteiduonu.-l 1, Th J. 1, Ilewvit 7, AMr. 11, L, Brain, Mcentone--1i, Br, 11. L. l'rain 7, ilev ,J. It. Hewitt, St. MVIC'S.- -S, 11.(',; 11, Vicarl; i Mr. W. A. Wjloi. St. bzk&'s -11, 1h", Wilso. ;, ihi Yieur,r I.C., elov. C. Criot 7, '7, i. Clioit ki'Iiin i, l).ingley--11.1, \I ( h aiul lain ;7,1 5, Thy. C. ("oh I...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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A FIFTH RIDING. DEFINITE MOVE AT HAMPTON. CONFERENCE TO BE CALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

A 1+'1.'"l'1 RIDIING. ]).RFIN PIEh 11oV E Al' II A M1 I'TN, (CONFEIIEN(' I'P 'I' l'. CA ILLED. Thlo ]TarImpton I'roLi1'c s Atsujcinatoi 'olum ittll rd 11111t , 11 I l1u11·;t lar) night ItrollrC It mgmm(8 i t-gist{'tl ill t he rm suholi'isiofm of Ilthe Soulth I n 11'tm t Ji;dingB to fo111m i1t mhd tidimg.

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Brighton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

'lie1 fartI ti1 I "I t l~ tut iiIn (in f (uto ttt1ldtd by I , 1b ( t aie (Cri. \\iilhull) :uut1 (Cis. I'r;lllc'is, i;(t1'( ill1, 111l1')'(,\\ s, Eta!!,1 Uttout., illtuuly, lttilliunuuti, Altaoul 11utti S1((ttn. huC vt of i1rt lettit wis grlut oitt( It Ci', ClItistnItuIllt. CrI. Storm conFo'nll-rlulattd the Mayor1, 1 o1;il Imlal 11; shared to o·s ;'iscir'~i his 7M 11l Itiad oftent liu'atu (i. \\'i;uti o ttspkent of C:i.. andllu htis : .l tiottus tiutuf iattl ith Cr 1`lanhdIlooIIa t ,1cr 40144'O'1 1:1l(''1l iii l1ieI t44Wri,\t( 444)41 1' ili-l 444)4( SI)elt 41441 ~1 1 144' NI 110'I44\ i C'It~r hall' \·1)1 1448)4t 4 ,N ' \4ol' 141 44 '14'j1e44 4(44441l 1444' tllli4i~ I4Ilt 444414, hri'll h'4444 I lii 4(1 ii'44i , 44 i)), 4;44 li;i 1 ,ah titiu li.: ,uiin hh, li uihliilg in the ('li I' ( iiiiiiI'ndI l iit 'iit 'ii IiM i Ji l. l'iistl, \\' \'r[, It w'l.is ruoii l' i l ti re i l|>y sl ati , ; tlll.a tIl( Counc(t il ('c n i ,irr,! It.I , lu|'tl|)'r lh'nc , l'for i piilliiin; h olth in ih...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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FICTION OUTDONE. Reade's Description of an English Village Swept Away by Flood. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

Beade's Dosoription of an English Village Swept Away by Flood. Charles lheade, in noe of the chapter:s of his lnovel, "Put Yourself in Hlis Placet" gives a graphio (desoription of the bursting of ia da1 situated nhbove an English villago, The dismay and terror of the villagers as they paw t~io inomense aheot of water coming down toward(l them found at parallel in tho little PeIm sylvanial town of JohlustowN. 'The gret novelist writes: "Fnrmner iiEmdel was stading at tim door of his house, aml, in reply to Imn some, tohl him he had just, co0me down from the reservoir, He hald seen the crack and believed it to be a nroro frost 1ie apprehended no dauger and hadl sent his people to bled. * " ly Iand by Bansomo looked oup, and observed a thin shoot of water beginning to stream oveor the the centro of the embinuknl nt anid trioklo down; the quantity was notli;ng; but it alarmed him, lie tIhoug)ht it was bettor to give a fanlso warning thian with hold a true one; he ran to his horse, jumpe...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

T'olphono 128 Windsor. Only Addih'oas--. G. Brunning & Sons, NRIGTiItON IlOAI, ST. KII,DA, NOT MI E1tOlURNE, ~stahIiiili I 60 Yeorn. Largest Plant Nurseries in tho Com :uouwealth,. 250,000 Plants and 40,000 .Rones, Write for Now Ctatnloues (Post Free) 'Tho Nurseries (ln within tlhro minutes of the Rlppotnlea S1Lation and Irighton RIoad 'ltranl 'I'erintui. HOVIE HINTS O N BU DI INlG, BUILD WITHIOUT DEPOSI '. A unilloe opportunity presontn it self to the ownler of ain llot,innt, of and as without, any further e01?h if desired I will build an up-to-dato and .modlern Villa up to 7 roont1, repleto with all coniveltiehncee andl alintments -"ropaylinenlts lA weelly rent, covering interest and principal--thell interest ro ilng an iach paymeint i madeltl , and I2 give you tlhe option to pa y oil any alioullt, or lthe whole, ait atI\ tinto, without, oltra intcrert. .Irhllalnt, esti mlates free. If you have ai dopooit, and ]have lanlt ill view, I will buy Iamo, and eleet ia ho1l01 on t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

~ 11,1':( ·1111 :ill 111 44llltl (II i Il l~ciii 44s 44,l~i~ 4:14 I 4111(\1. 141444 1 t ''A.patiut lt I c 1Ifvt at Iht! fil~ LII ILLll44,tv~l1, 14~11(11' 11I11('111 I''~(\c' ci 4I4( ' bil1 i 1\1. Il(l 4 Sut·l c \it~ c i I) l Ili']~1I~1':: :1(

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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AMUSING WAR STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

ALUSINCG WAR 8TO'Y. How a PVrnanod Feoderal Made a Ilalky Mulo OQuicken IHi{ Paco, Several vetcrans of the civil were tell ing of their ec,\periences4 at Itondout, N. Y. (lwn related the followiibg amutsing inlcident; (u.l regimcnlt was in -ramp at liar per's Fer'ry, and one day a comrade and I sccured pelrnissi)on to pay a visit to a farmhouse ;o(l di stance awavy, where we know there \Vw1a poultry. We rode h(,rs(es anl had soimi money in our pock els to ipurchasc what chickens aud tur. keys we desired, for on this occasion we had i?ndhc uI) our mindls to fot ego forag ing, but later on circulllntances arose that quickly lmade us forget our good resolu tion, A short diistance from the farm house was a grass lficld Into which we turned o0ur ihorses to graze at will. We then proecded to the residence on foot, and met the farmer on 11an old-fahtshloned porch that ran the whole+ front of the Iptaint farmhlouse, I tol(l him we had come to baJter for sofme chickens and turkeys. This piro...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

ASSURANCE, CORPOiRATpION oF' LONDON. Acumnulated Fund Exceed ,CGO(10,000, Fire mg one AN c, C at0 B Workers' om en ntallha. VICTORIAN BlIANCL - 311 QUºPEEN 8'T., M11I1,{ )U.RNE;, .1, C. Journenux, Mnnnger, 1)IS'I'lIC' AUEJ.NCIE.. N1JGH1TON--,l . ShflSOInnd i;, I''at a rr alnti, A T Bay Si groee SANDIf1NCiIAM-JRouud ntnd Co., .84 tato Agmo~tt, MeIono Streot. CAL] LF1'1I1 I)-lltnold L ooker nail Co.. oppu~ite ( 'nulijied 'ti~1tiofl. (IAItI)I)NV'Al LE.Itom~on awl Collingont, IKr~'i t, Aeiml mi, ( arde'nvamlm, BALAC A V A-A. 11. F+orx-dum, P4Mat Aiwi .\gi 2)at t1I03 3 li.; nt+ e. ALL, K~l.El.) 1 :ii GOVERNMEINTI FAMIWLY I3UTCUEt, SUPERVISION. GLEF;N HUNTLY ROAD, GLUIN H-UNTLY. Latest RefrigCerator at work on thie Prewlnes. (;rcri ltoune fur P'oultry (Jarts J)arlly to Orruond, M eliinnon i~cntleighi, l8rhglton, Ihisteruwick, EJast Manlvern, Cauhtield, Carnleigie, Glen Iluntlly and R~l·urrnmecna, APnd Surroun!ding Districts. T ELIEPH~I'·ONE~:---lor R105 M.AT[I~N ~~.Ihi Sclo~ IiiC ~lcuIP v...

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HIS PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

"I hIra you went to the art photo. g?iphrm"s to got your pioturo token. flow did it e!o(m out?" ''Badll y, It looks so mueh like mno everybody sayu It'sa lideous,"--'Tho AN I1NUELTA1Il5t ITrNVin1. Judge -Aro you guilty or not guilty 1 I'rison!er .Not guilty, Judge (to witnums)--.ITow touch was the ato lec wattoh worth ? \Vi ness Y lor Ilonor, it was worth P'risone' ((talin g the watlch from his lochet) -- 'l'l t shows that ho can't Ih be. lieved, 1)o you think that watch is wort h $10.0? -[Jewelurs' Weekly, A MSTAN Oil' MEANS. M?ir. Stuuk upl---1i Ihim Mr, SlIhpurse you ?v\ enilag 'd youirself to n man of Sinihle, I)ghter- -Yes, mother. I[s me10n1 all hie ,say, and that' s th sort of n huslund I wani., ? -[Now York Weekly. I AFIrEC?ED TIIi FM0 PIRI- ,'INTLrrY. "I'm ont a strike, and I need bread,"?c said i cnrilllmuter to at baker, "''hIt's odd," roplied the baker. " Wh?en 'm on It strike I never knead bread." A QUI(ITI'ION OV D)AlgtNEt?g, Ilunter--Cann it be posliia)l that you are ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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An Educated Bull. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 July 1914

An Ehlucated Bull. G enenld Ianllicl tlacitulcy tells sonic racy atories aboult hi8 li fit i Greytown, hLrv. h. }ll beeoo g'eneral tratlic minta. -,r fur Iho Nicara'guat Cianal Comipany. ("no rcltes to aili o'educated bull," 'tfr'itlow has n? o long street running thr,,lolt it, and scrcel' any ay others, so that \eryithing; tlnt goes on in the town iay e s?elLi from o0ne end of it, up or doawn this trci't, to the othcr,.t'"l'he hi!iig of iattle fLor beef,l" ays (Generatl Macatiti\, "I a tone it at i killing post inll thell cc cinter of ?o towit, The beef cattle artC, broliht in from rlanhllles one, two or thr ilt a a. bomiiitihiies vaqueron bringi them in. A rope is tied to the anuimal', horils 1t il i ainother to his tail, .\ \'lqoero will ridel in front holdiing one rope, ?n111d aitothtr Vlaquro behind hold ini theo other:, 'This maklies a sort of troccssion, tutd a; the aiinin1ils a1re all will toliu mas?lly ugly and inclined to lllilo tlrolublce thtere is no eind of fun in wttlc...

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THE VEGETABLE FOODS OF DIFFERENT RACES. In Agricaltural Journal of Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

T'EIM :VEGE-TABI,E - O00O?08 oa DIF. liFERIiNT RAOJIK ly .1, B I ;uli'mtuma, Principal school . of lHortilulturo, In 'ik"'dc ~ltural Journal of Victoria, Otrluti a low pricue commonly arseo frocm pr'Oducintt in ignorance of the oxtent to Nhich various food ututli are growo and consumnl I.y difioront racea ; t, :, in ti tOi-prol way wVa re all luclincal to think that what ton good fa and n e'3eUsy to tui must b. in dzily rer.'ost by others. But this in for from tn-te 'Tlhro or four v?gotablo foods only are in uni, vornal uso-.notae!ly wheat, icc, anld nlugar. Some important rpopula?tiont useuu noithur tea, I1otatoues, nor jaina. All the Asiatic races are, for' vari. onu reasons, didnclined to eat any food-utuffe which are not grown by themselves. Tho native polpiesu o! Africa are not no particular, but nonle of them have the Imenus to pIurchaull the frish and preserved fruits grown in other lands. lTIii American i1, prepa'red to receive littlo or nothing; which the Auistrc lian fruit...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Reunion OF OLD BRIGHTON STATE SCHOOL PUPILS. SOCIAL TENDERED TO MR. G. H. CARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

A" Reuniona OlF OLD BIGtulTON STATE SLIIUOL 1' Ii PLtS. SOCIAL:, ',NDE El!I) '1(1 M I, G. 11. (.AIUI'ERl. A gal hci'iv of 1'ardjij~~t liiilsofth IBrighton State' 8I)oo1 w(18 held ill the Drill halcl o cn i law;dIav to te nc r a ftaievt'ell ,8oujal to )I., 1;. II. Carter fron te Ull: ic jtion l) epartmtl't, w11ll ale)) the poedooil of head Paoster of rilit l~Ili4I) Ioa scho)Il, Mir. ,J. Eattw'ietle occuid1 rl ch ( ir', anl there wacltt 11 large' at temdllaae, amuongsyt thse 1080resenht being the May or' (('r. Wilsiol), Mr', Suoiowbalt, M .L.A. audcl Ilulobres (If the school ('(Ihllluhittt0, r~t'jlogi('s (r(Iro l'eceive f('ohm11 t Ill! l'reiii'i' (Sir Alex, l' ')o)'k), Alr. ,1d rloollo, I\1tijI c'., aoold Air. 'lt Il iree toll (If E~ducatjou, 'Vile i'h ailioctl it S;t c~~~lold hit.the' ul osae1)(lel e to do hloour toI tIleilr old (I1;elt(00L1at0cl', Wiho) af(tit ftitfitful 801(1)0 of 't'lc y ball' (i een try, 11 h(1 r'etired( fromi lie Id1 o thcttou )lepalr 1 the Itrigt~tna 8)1hool. I...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

Educatlonla ROS?, Iltt ON, Gil1LS' (.t;AM11:1l; S('1001. ain K IX I:It(;N A I I',T1N, NORT.H I (.):OAI), NOIR''il ItitiIllT'I'ON l iniites lic'olll (,arihluvil le Statitou. 10 miinultesi fromil Ihlctr'ire Train. Large gmr;lltii ; excel lent commonilda tioll for lio arlt'rs, 1)Ulpils. Preliarud for Ulliversity, 1,6'him 1 vry, ,lJiuihr, iiiid Senior .'xminations : Also for Ulniv'rsit\i] I ,ntl t aminila tions in lu -e. Prinoipals MISS TI'ISiAII, AN) .lISS ('N,'I'ANCI, TISI)ALI,., M.A. Cllie Shinging land PIhysicall (,1ultur1 have always foirleli rilt of the cur' ricuhlnu. i)ancing adn( Special Physicnil (ul tiiro Le,ssoili iairea opeul to Noll-Pupils. Three Torns for 1914 Bcgi.s-- February 10th, June 2nd, Septomber 16th. Pupils may ia Elnrolled any time pro rata, ?!NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIORA," SOUTH ROAD), BItIGHTLON BElA0I, SE ('ONI)AY I PI.'RIMARY, Seven Minutel' Walk from Train or '.Irnam. The sohool ia beautifully situated, ,With exceptional accommodaition for boarders,. Pupil...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Feats of a Noted Steeplechaser. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

:ifoato o? i Noteoi stoolloohnuer. ()Ie of the nuliot 4nthlominstie of thim (ieiioui steeplclhnri is wits 'i1entemint 101t()1e11 lnl Rot g, Ibis now l) fty-thvo Vilii 11ll, 1(111t, 1j) tot bitel yours uge, ho 111 nid sll) Ilipe l, 1; It lb iler oil 1'1w (Jeitl I (01 it., Nt'ly eveLy 1))11e ill hisi Ilody in is o 1111 o~lnlc itt 0110 tim0 or aoither(. Iti ml linti, yeur lie mlde iio it rmoe', 0)010 n o1n)51 bh his 11. Amton; tho frio I Is1 of his yoiti gor days wits (eituit 11ii IyiilI ((11 (1 dde litoh. Ono dlay, nt 180(11, (lvilborul l Ri 0uhorlt, thou (:aptiill, wits olutoil Ip'.ttr itsleadr its oir od four oiel, when1 i iit' l int Aliaso I 50a0ktrolo, iend rllo ivielt, h ts itadil to Irin s 1i old risoi 5100~eu1 . i 'tthe inli'noir wh1150led Shotd dul pting , hi in a the Ihin it 1.101(0, gilitofe i is, buedu old110(1 of ot teule ll w lnersio10 r potting; hin t rodewn, lto hiHoete i4- ith ithclitilii of the A'irifingt rs hoe eibIyo. in fi 80 the (taieral rode n ut liesohith, in no...

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