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A Few Points for the Superstitious. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

A Pew Points for the Superstitious.; A. German, writisig from 'Lisbon, re lates the folloýilu coincidences:'a-'When the .Cathedial :bll at Brsginza, ithe 'an ceint 'reidence of the Portuguese royal family; w?as tollin for the deathi of Queen -Maria II.; brother of the late King LuisI., ini 1853, it cr:icked.t 'li 1861, when the castle eatign was ihoisted half-mast high at Brnagiaza on the occasion of the death of King:Pedro V., brother of the late King, it was "torn to pieces immediately by the stonri. At the death of King Lutis'I. lastminonth, the Cathedral bell again cracked, and the castle ensign was a.ngain torn to shreds by the wind."

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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A Wonderful Cartridge. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

A Wonderful Cartridge. The Paris Ilatin gives anaecount, of a "wbnderful cartridge; with all 'the mod ern iiisprovements and four distinct ad vantnges. First, it is .without the'met alllie -socket, which. costs considerable: and increases the burden of.the soldier. Second,' it can e i adapted to all guns. Third, it does not grease the barrel. Fourth, it costs 70 per cent. less than any othei cartridge: It is also said to be the iost powerful of all. The invent or-so it is alleged-offered it to Generad Boulanger when- he was War Minister, and the general wrote in reply.. that he 'didn't have time to consider the inat ter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

The late Crown Prince Iludolph,ofAuetria. left debts amounting to 8,750,000 marks. THREE MEDICAL WINTER REMEDIES. " SFoster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAR' REMEDY. It does not merely relieve a Cough, but it gives immediate -'-i . :`-.i:·. : relief, and removes the cause. 15; . - FOP. LOSS 01'VOICE,:,. HOARSENESS, : -. . CHEST AFFECTIONS, :c. FOSTER'S. niulsion f Cod ier Oil With! Hypophosphites of Lime &? S da. Pure & Palatable. FOR PULMI NARY AFFECEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS,DEBILITY Sand WAFSTING. Is. 6d. Soster's Record Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. In cases of Deep.-seated iChestCold s it is applied with advantage, : Is oster s Pharmacy Church Street, Middle Brighton ., -Telephone 1125 Brighton. umi Sq, mith - & CO'.S SICKLE BRAND RETORTED CHARCOAL. .This CHAIRCOAL is made at our Wold I)istillation Works at 'Wuarbur ton. Its superior qualities are due to the fact that it is RETORTED, by which process all imipurities are remov...

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Feats of a Noted Steeplechaser. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

Foeats of a Noted Steeplechaser. One of the most enthusiastic of the German steeplechasers was Lieutenant Generanil Rosenberg. Heisnowfifty-five -vyears .old, but, up to ten years ago, he had no superior as a rider on the Con tilent. Nearly every lone in his body lLgs been broken at one time or another, and last year he rode in a race, came a cropper and broke his arm. Among the friends of his younger days was Count Fritz Metternich of Austria, with whom he had many a hot contest over fence and wall and ditch. One day, in 1866, General Rosenberg, then captain, was out on patrol with three or four men, when he met an Austrian patrol, and recognized its leader as his old friend Metternich. The latter wheeled about, and, putting spurs to his horse, galloped off at racing speed. Rosenberg followed, and after a hot chase overtook the fugi tive, but instead of taking him prisoner or putting him down, he increased the speed of the Austrian's horse by prod ding him in the flank with the poi...

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Cricket CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

Cricket CAULF IELD-M1OORABBIN ASSOCIATION. ; SAt-a well-atteid?dd.meeting of dele gates, held on Wednesday, the busi ness wis carried on with the interest of- a mid-season meeting. The- hon. secretary presented - balance sheet of the dramatic enitertainment" held re cently, which showed thait the funds bf:tlhe Association.had benefited to the extent 'of £2 lls., The averago having. only just been completed, the names of those who were successful in gaining the tiophies were announced. In the "A" Grade -].. Baxter (St. George's) iron both -tie batting and highest in dividual trophies, with an average of 30.0, and his highest score, 207; while the bowling prize has been won by F. Bjndly (Oakhligh), with an average of 1(.20 for 5-, wickets. F?'. Jennngs (Enst- Malvern Presbyterians) on t batting trophy in "11" Grade, with an average of 28.53, and . 'Moore .(Mlc Kinnon) is entitled to the bowling prize, with 5.00 for 83 wickets. 31. Delves--(a promisi ounyoung player of the 3fentone clu...

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SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

SOCCER. Tho Sandringhalm Soccer Club had a bye last Saturday, and again to-day, but tlhey:iaver found a team at Kew a newly-fornmed club, lwhom they will play. this afternoon: Next Saturday, the 18th;: they play Burns A.," on the Sandriilgham Reseore, which will de cide whetherl Sandringham will go through without, a defeat.

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OTHER MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

OTHER MAITCi?S. Brighton Church of Christ. - Last Saturday Brighton had a walk-over against Moreland.. To-day North Rich mond will visit Brighton. Players are requested to bo on ground at. 2.30 sharp, Brighton are still easily in the first four, having lost only 2 matches this season. Members will be pleased to know that W. IGdgell has recover ed from an injury received some weeks ago, and w ill play today. A Igeneral committee meeting will be held at Brighton Beach on M~onday, at 8 p.m. t METROPOLITAN. ELSTIER.NWICK V. SOUTH YARRA. .Theiehoveogamo was very evenly con tested up:to three.quarter time, when ther waere o-nly four points difference in the scores; South .Yarra, however, got a ru on early in the last quarter, adding4 goals, and though Elsternwick were finishilngi well, the former team won lby 1b points. Souith Yrra irs .J3(.), Elste winek: 4.15 (3P). o ed by James, Sandloi .?l?Maiiisll, Phillips, and :Chisholm; . ElstEriicki ierbre- ui'nfoitiihtein liav ing their captain ...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. HAWTHORN. THE SEASIDERS WIN COMFORT ABLY. THREE PLAYERS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

Football. .BRIG HTON v. ]IAWTIIORN. THE SEA1SIDERS WIN CO~IFORT 'ABLY., "A good followin, of Brightoni sul poriers joiurneyed across . to Ritw thorn lifsa? Saturday to witnessis the latter teani had been putting up oodl return maitch withl the neow club. The glamies- with the leading clubs, aid lit was expected, that Brighton would hiave no easy task in "front of them. The sensiders were represented by--, Bluck-Dowding, Wallace. Ila lf-back-lnithton, lhendermon, No Sgro. Centre-Teese, ,B. nlaes, 'Patterson. loris'rrd--Comer, Grahamni Followers--Wilson, 'TurnbulL. Rover--Phillips. f Turnbuil, woin the toss:, a`d leei " to kick 'towards the eastern goal, > 'dhiclh was favoured by the .wi.d.' On the openinlg bountce it. appeared a?- if Sthe homue team were going to wiin, for they ismmediately attacked, but through the good wori'k of the llrigh tolln defenders the sortie was turned. 'iThey, however, returnied, and fromn a free kick seci,rd a single. On the Lick in lBrighton carried t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

SOUTHERN CGOSS Football Competitions No. Te Victorian Football association 10s. PRIZE A prize of 10/- will be awarded the competitor fulfilling all theo condi tions of this competition, or pro cata it more than one... SCONDITIONS. 1.-Competitors to name on the coupon provided in this col umn the winners of the Vic torian- Footlball Association matches played on the date on the coupon. 2.-Competitors to be residents of the Town of Brighton, City of Caulfield, or Shire of Moora?i 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.-Neame and Address of Competi tor to appear on the Coupon. 5.--Al' writing to be. legible and in ink.' 6.-Coupons to be addressed FOOTBALL COMPETITION, The Editor, "Southern Cross," BRIGHTON. (Incomplete Address will Disqualify). 7.-The decision of the Editor to be final in regard to all matters. S FOOTBALL COUPON. R, "1" + No.1, - + VICTORIAN FOOTBALL ' ,+ A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

First and Foremost. W. Robinson.-Butcher, NewSt.. Brighton. 'Phone 245. [Established 185c Situation macaut. O0Y. Hendry, chemist, Brighton. G001) strong Lad, learn blacksmith ing, good chance smart lad. D. lughes. Nepean nrd. Moorambbiin. GIL,. as Junior Assistant Pastry Shov. 207 Bay st., Brighton., StL -r- Middle-aed Person for Shousehold duties, 2 in family. Apply alter Sunday. H.' . McKit trick. Chapel rd., Moorabb n. - (1 ENERAL, small family, good I \ wages. references. 4 Dendy st., 31. Brighton, close to'beach.' (C1 E EIAL, 3 in family, no cook in. referende. Apply mornings. liossmore. Church st., M. Brighton. SENERIALS, 20/-, 16/-, 15/-, others. J Brrighton Registyv, 66 Carpen ter st., Brighton, near Town Hall. .-AN to cut 2 gum trees for firewood L 3. I. Marriott, Wilson street, I Ilhltenhlam. . - "I AN accustomed to market garden AL ine. C. V. Thomas, South rd. IBrinhlton. " I'A, for market *arden exporicncs It l. ed. E. J:. Lawi6enceUnio d st lrihrhton North.-, 'AN. used ...

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JUNIOR SEMI-FINALS. Commence next Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

JiUioR SEMI-FINALS. . Commence next Saturday. ,Tlhe first round of the Junior Grade will be concluded this afternoonif when Cheltenham play XMordialloc. darden vale, Elsternwrik rid" Cheltenhai atre in :the four, whilst oIdrdiallode and Glenhuntly tie for the other position. Mordialloc must win this afternoon to enable thenm to play off in the semi finals, but they hie a. hard team to meet in Cheltenham. Thefirst semii- ni-l ilbe planed. on the Mentone ground next Saturdiiy, between Gardenvale.and Cheltenhalim. Onrdenvale, who lead in the sectioni; have the rightto challenge. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. A' warm discussion took.place at the Association meeting on Tuesday on, the question of grounds for;the.semi-final matches. _ r..I 13alding: ((lentone) moved.that one° match be played on the, Mentone ground, and the other. op the Cheltenllam ground.. It was pointed outthit' the latter grouind i?tus not securely fenced, and afster discus sion, the delegates 'resolved, on the motion of. Mr. H...

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. .The Junior Grade again presented difficulties, although there were only two matches played. The success of Cheltenham against Elsternwick was unexpected, whilst Glenhuntly were favoured against Mordialloc. The Seniors were fairly easy to select. Two competitors will divide the prize E. J. Happell, Hoddle street, El sternwick. C. Young, Pearson street, Brighton. The matches for selection are: SENIORS. Middle Brighton v. Caulfield. Heatherton v. Black Rock. Cheltenham v. Carrum. Moorabbin v. Moorabbin Park. MIentone, a bye. JUNIORS. .Gardenvale v. Cheltenham (first semi final).

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Our List of Experts. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

'pur List of Experts. The failure of Footscray deprived : large number of football enthusiasts from participating in this week's prize, irhilst a good percentage of coupons had Prahran to down Port Melbourno. Only 'one was successful in'picking the card, aind will accordingly receive, 10.s. The winner nwas- A. Robinson, Oakwood ayenue, Brisghton. :-The matches for selection next weeo are: Northcoto v. Brighton. Footserav v. North 'Melbourne. Port Melbourne v. Essendon.. Williamstown v. Hawthorn. Brunswick v. Prahran.

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Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

Agriculture AUoughli the albumen or white of the egg has its hundred and one uses, with and. without admixtures with other substances, yet there is dions so 'peculiar as that of mixing eggs with the mortar for building purp?les. Lime and the white of an egg is usedl for mending broken china, earthen ware, and glass. The large use ,, sand, lime, beer, and eggs for mol. tar is described by.?Mr.. William Ain draws in his extracts ifron the church wardeas' accounts of Rotheram. andl ieo items are interesting, the entries respecting- the use o a ale and eggs lie ing numerous. flawkins,, in his An. tiquities of Westminster, 1807, quoites from a- tract on' Charing Cross, in which it was stated that it was so cemented. with mortar made of liime, sand, white of eggs, and the strongest wort, that it defied all. hatchets dad hammers whatsoever. The "accounts for the re-edifying of St. Mary's spire, Shrewsbury, include this entry : "Forty gallaunds of the hest' worte are charged at -sixpence pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

1'E SPECIALISE. Clients waiting for suitable proper ties, or vacant. land from. V-acre upwards: We: Advertise, and- Drive Buyers to: Inspect. SUBDIVISIONS SUPERVISED. SAUCTIONS: ARRANGED. 7 : SVILLAS- and COTTAGES: TO LET." F.- J.! NEWTON - ESTATE AGENT, alAIN ST;., ORDIALLOC. Telephone ... ... . ... ... 121 Chelt. HOME HINTS ON: -.BUILDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI f 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 with all conveniences and appintments --repayments as weekly rent, covering interest and principal-the interest re nr?- udma as each payment is made, and ':1 give you the option to pay off any -.amount, or the whole, at 'any time, without extra interest. Plans, esti ;-:mates free. If you have a. deposit, Sand have land in view, I will buy s:ame, and erect a home on the same terms. In case of illness or unemploy ment, payments are suspended,,...

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THE NILE'S ROCKY CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

THE NILE'S ROCKYI CHANNEIL... T-he erosive action of tho ,Nile, at one. point in:its long: career through' the desert, ,has, says "Engineering," recently:-formed thie subject of an .ex ceedingly..interesting - paper by :Dr. John Bll, -Ph. 1G.S.- The author chose for .investigation' the Seuina this point a ridge "o hard gneiss forms a knd of natural barrier across theo river,, which is 1300ft. wide immedi ately above -and below the ridge. The. ancient temples of Kumna and Semnn are built upon :the ridge. At high Nile the .river flows o0ver the barrier without anyr-very considerable dindinu tion of its width, brit owing . to ithe shallowness of the water on the lbar rier the velocity of the stream: is much: increased, and violent eddies are often set up. At low Nile the gneiss -bank; entirely bars the s.treani, except - for. a narrow .ceitral channel about 130ft. in width. Observing that this ' com= paratively narrow openinfg was ?suf ficiently large to allowr.the low' Nile to:pass th...

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MARKETING FRUIT IN JAMAICA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

k[ARKETING FRUIT IN. JAMAIWC A letter appeared ,in the London "Times" in reference to the orange growers in Jamaica, but the .remarks may be of interest to the fruitgrowers in this state. The writer says: Nearly a third of a century ago, for the benefit of British and , colonial agriculturists, you kindly published my description of California's method of harvesting grain. Since that time California's supremacy in fruit-grow ing has brought us visitors from Cape Colony, Australia, Canada, and even from France, .to learn our methods of horticulture. Not the least important of these is the art of packing ,fruit when grown. In California labour, es pecially skilled labour, is very costly. Machinery is specially invented to meet every chance for its application. Boxes are nailed, cans are cut and soldered,. prunes dipped and graded, oranges .brushed and sorted, and trees sprayed by steam power. The orange especially in districts where black scale (Lecanium oleae) prevails, .is subject t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

ROYAL X CHANG E ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed X£6,000,000. Fire Marine Accident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MEI.BOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRIOC AGENCIES. : ll .i!TihN --. I'. Siinmmonis, Kstale Ac ent, ttnv Street.. ,i)l!ll.i: l!i(tIllTON--Connor and *Alford, Estate Ar(-nts, Church Strret. T. Kil.I). --I'rin:re and C(:., Estite Agents, 256 1ligh Street. AMI)lilNGtA3M-Rouind and Co., Elsate Agents, Melrose Street. (Ail:I.IELD-lHarold Looker and Co., Estate Aicents. obposite Station. : \ ?;1.\ i . --,i'lI--'lh oi 0son alt >;ot llo n onr, le"tta nun? an , ti.i i . '. I.\I.\('I.AVA-A. F. I?or.dler. &Iinate Agent. -r., ( rrlisleh.treet. - : Elr'ElrNWICK-BEER, ?1OTTS and .10IHNSON, Estate Agents; Glcihunt ly Road. : : AKILLED J. BARTLETT (;OVERNMENT FAMILY BUTCHE, SUPIERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry Daily. Poultryand Rabbits Always on Han...

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The Carnival. MEETING NEXT THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

tbe e arnival, MDEETING NEXT TIURSDAY A public meetine to arrange det? for this year's charity carnival s been convened for Thursday, at Town Hall annexe. A large atte once is invited to ensure a sUen the annual local effort for tharity ('rumpled chiffon and artificial t crs may be made quite fresh ,v holding themi over . the steam kettle for-a fe.mi nutes; thena into shape and shake in the air til dry. This treatment is p tarly sastisfactory in the case o! vet flowers.

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No Slums. CAULFIELD COUNCIL OFFICIALS REPUDIATE CHARGES MADE BY CRUSADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

No Slukims. CAU ELD I 0 COUNCIL; C OFICLALS' I. AG I L tADtO 13 Y; CRUSADElS. : t tlt.i iat ,? e?tiie'-oft? i Caou. old Co'uaiil ia lette" wias-reeiv;ted from lhe Anti-Shlu C(lrusade CommiLttee r-gret tig thiaft 'buildings i i'ere bifin rected on- sinalln atras lln: the' munliipality. [lte couneilloi? expressed surprise at thi e oiiiiuiiiatioi, aund as ' tihe of; ficials stated tlie: ha r.d o kidioledge of :(such a coidititi of affairs, :.' thle cotniiil resol-ed to' arsk :the commi1tteer for paItliulal:i :: li.e AitirShnit Comn militte? C -iisi ilert~- l the cil:e, neil 5 rIe's ,itest on Wednesday, anud dtccled , to torward a riply. tii' whichi it will be stated that" Glenhuntly- i-rad, Whici should.be "one of. the foiest roadiouit-' side .Melbourne, ..was being ,apoiled b bi the chas of shopl whichi " the. council w ems i,,riiitting., to ble built. there. Soue of .the shops had' frontages' -.us small as tell feet, ntid niimbeis of theni were put; ulp ftogether, on? blokss of -' rs...

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