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

M6Oorabbin Council. Tife ordinary niecting of tlhe 3loi.ahi: bin Shire Conilcil imas lhehldl oi' M3 day: anild eas attended bh the . Presi dent Cr. Ferdinando):and COs: Scudds;, Whit ,t'Kelly I lhduiirleld, Smitli;,h1ar riott, Mills,"Shiclds,'Eggleston, Small, and lllrgess.,· .';?i?.,niiaris Ilel triP. Trani.., T'he i',nniunnicitiaio froi, tlh? Minis ter of laih:iys-" i'egarding thle request of tlhe Couniil to have the constriietini of the letric tric tramfrom Sandringhamnl to lbeaumri ris carried out' it onie under taking, 'as'poiblished' in list Saturdaiy's "OCoss," was biefore,: tIe Courncil. h'l' co emmtlniletion wans receiveded T'rains Itileriupted by Rit ce Traffic:: .'Tl'lRLaihays I)eparminent inientidild that iOn days when races weird?held- at' iklefone, i31rdialloae and Aseinidale; the :1.19.t ai tfronm Flide rs' streetd . tr o tordili llc waslield up ; miniutes; niid onh tlherettrii 3oinrl0;, tho, .?l t aiin, was delayed, for3ad? iniiiii te.-.The ?aIt.. .tor ii-hsi doO,;so...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

Tennis. Italwyn v. Moore Park (Caullteld). Wilkins and Stewart (I.P.) defeated Bennett and De Saxe, 6--0: Phillips and sMiss Ilindle lost to Kingham and Miss Finger, 5-6i: 12. M1cConchie and Misis II. Crellin lost to 1)e Saxe and Miss Cornelius, .1-: TT. McCosehie and Phillips derfated Davies and Ren nie, (f-4O: Mclnnes and Miss Law n-de featoel Roche and Miss Stewart, C-1; Steart and Miss Ii. ('rellin defeated Rennie and Miss Finger. 6-- : Wilkins alo Stewart defeated D)e Saxe and Kineham. 6--. Totals.-3loore Park, 5 sets 39 igamos: Bahlyn, 2 sets, 19i games.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Golf [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

`Last Satulrday thio_ molnthly =';idslj stroke playv 'se cornpetid for. result inf. in a tie 1between 31.431 M ire, 85-& 1I-61, and 11 .Masters.k 80 =16- 61 - 'To-dlav r return match isill be plaeld with a teanm from the Kilmoros. Golf Club.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Federal Association. SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 July 1914

Federal Association. SENIORS. :'entonoe secured a narrow win ·of three points against Mloorabbin Park, which was a lucky one, seeing that in the final term they were kept on the defensive by the Park boys, who failed through bad kicking. They had four tries. in the quarter, but were unable to find the openin". The game was played in a frieud- spirit, and was keenly contested. Repeatedly both sides stormed, but the opposing backs .piit in sonme solid work and kept their: goals clear. The scomls ?ere:-ýMen tone, 2.9 (21); Moorabbin Park. 2.6 (18). Middle Brighton put up the record score for the Association in the match against Heatherton. The game was played at Brighton Beach. Heather- ton took the field with 8 players, but their team was brought up to the re- quired number by a number of specta- tors who had attended the ground. Middle Brighton did whatever they liked with the ball, and when the final bell rang the scoring board showed Middle Brighton, 42.40 (292): Heather- ton, nil....

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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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, JULY 18, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Irjie $ outlii - ·.. f' ron ,.et all the' end 'tho aim's at be th. I country's, thy God ', and truth'£.= SA" UR UAI J LY 7$ l1'1",1i" 7 ? " :"M" r?G'?z'0N.:7M"it' ....1. M District New BRIGlTON. Major J. I'aters, the Mewv head mnas ter of- the Wilison street State School, commenced 'duty .last Monday' after noon. he .nembers: of the North Brighton Mlen's 'iiibi ieet iext Weiitelllsdaiv to conflirm the action of the: excsutive in issuing debentures for the' erection 1o clab rooms. innd a public, hall. The tiilrlr. of 31r., Brcwisn, of-Eist St; Kilda, iwas accepted for-a. brick'~uild unT' to cost aboiit L1i1;ii) to lie er iet?cil; opposite ' the Bent Memorial Statie:'c :'1Afeir more £1e d:leiitures are renaisni'g, and their purchasenill ensure. anl immediate start with the lbildin". The. selected T.aboni d eandidte Mr. A. Andrews, will open his ccamnp'ign for the. llcityv sai n tlhle ,iouel or Representatives, onii Monday. evening next.; when he will addrres': ait ptlic medting. in' t...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Electric Saw Mill and Timber Yard. vervtbin at Melbourne Prices. Macpherson and Lawrie. Middle BrilhtOn Tele . I C. R. O. TEM M.E, 245 Bay Street, BRIGHTON. : LADIES i MY DOUBLE DISSOLU TION SALE IS NOW IN FULL SWING. i ARGILLtNSI A 13'B GAINSI BAltGJAI'aE 1BARGAINS I BtIGALNI ' : BARGAINS I I -am compelled to get money to Pan Mr. llanlqy's share of th :business, and .the onlv way I know of is to sell my W Iinter Goods at, such prices that will make vou buy them..' .I LAST FRIDAY WIVEEK WAS A RECURD DAY. Every customer lwas e isrh'i. li value tucy - rececived. Winter Drapery Cheaper than' you can get it anywhere else. Come and See for Yoursell. PLAANELS and FILANNBEIITTES. Coloniai 2'in. Flannel; 1/- yard; now S.,. Ji1 ihltu or a- turtl. . A Better .Lin, 29in., Natural or 311ite at 1/3; now JU1d. Fine Cream Flannel, 1/3 ; now 11d. Best Doctbr Flannel, 1/6; now 1/3. IRed, nav-y Iand Illlucli a laucl at lie duced prices, WIITE FLANAELE'TrIE STRIPES. 30in., heavy, Gd. yard; now 31,d yd...

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The Carnival. TO BE HELD ON SEPTEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

tIe arnival. TO UB HELD ON SEPTEMBER 16. Despite some aimless discussion of an. ominous nature previous to the meeting, the Brighton Charity Carni val was successfully launched for 191-. at. the Town Hall on Thursday even ing. The Mayor (Cr. Thos. Wilson, J.P.) presided over an attendance of over 40 committeemen, and, despite some important changes in the execu tive. the roceedings were marked by their extreme formality and perfect harmony. Mr. Pain apologised for absence on account of illness, but undertook to do his usual share of the refreshment committee work, an announcement that was greeted with gratification and satisfaction. Mr. 0. It. Snowball enclosed a donation of £2/2/, Cr. J. Burrows £1/1/-. and Mr II. Kemp ;1 If-, and apologies for non-attendance were also accepted on behalf, of Messrs J. Eintwisle.-Fisher. Edcnonds, Connor Hughes and J. T. Brennan, the latter adding his appreciation of the " com pliment paid to him by his appoint ment as life-contrihutor to the Alfred...

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CORPORATIONS TAKE PRECAUTIONS. PROPOSED ARMING OF COLLECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

COL'PORATIONS. TA E PRECAU TIONS. .. PIROI'OSED ARNllC OF. COL?ECT OIRS. At the meeling of the Brighton liounecil or. .Monday. a communication w'as received "from a loehl c:ioimpany, applying for permission for their collectors to carry firearms. Cr. fHall.-Fire-irons. (Laughter.) Cr. Ranhy considered it would be a serious matter for this council to al low the indiscriminate carrying of fire arms, lie did not know of any re ports of people being stuck up in Brightoi. 1ie thought that the per sonas carrying firearms would endanger their own lives. There was simply a bit of a scare on at the present time. and that was probably why :he company were makinig the re tquest. lile moved that the permis ;ion Ie not granted. Cr. Francis seconded the resolution. If. he were afraid that lie would tie bailed ip he would carry a shooter without asling the council's permis dion. lie considered that it was ra ther ill-advised for the company to ?lake their request in public. Cr. Strong moved that p...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Robberies. THIEVES OPERATE IN THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

:Robberies:ii . : :TIIIIHu ES OPEIATEA IN TIIE SISTRIuCT. hlihearness thice continuebs to ply riis nefarious"" triale. throughout the district, T?i~rdo far has escaped de tectido,- ailthougih the detective force hive been engaged in trying to trace tire offenders. On Friday morning of last week Mfr. T.- Ilenderson, dairynan, of Nepean road. Brighton, got up ab:oit 4 o'clock to do his m:ilk round, When he found that his harness was missing. After some delay Mr. lien lerson improvised a set of harness and started out or. the round. The harness, which was a comparatively new - set, was taken from the feed room of the stable, together uitith an othfJr set which had just lilen erepaired. 'IThe harness. wrTs valued at £18. eve.- .S.i:Alramsonl; Methohist minis ter, of Nesw trect, :':Brighton, also suffered: from a visit of the thieves. His?sahulle iis' foricibly entered, and a let. o:iit flight big yharness, with thoe?:_s'el?tioiI. of; the win.kers, was stolen; long wi thi all?lx . of him...

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Local Weddings HARVEY—LEE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Local WeGddhIgs ItARVEY--LEE. St. Andrew's Church, Middle Brigh ton, was the scene of a very pret ty wedding on Saturday, June 2)th., when the marriage of M3r. Frederick Charles Newton Harvey, only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. illarvey, of 4 unur lay street, E~st St. Kilda, and Uiss Teresa Frances Lee, yonltie?t danugh ter of lr. . W. 1r, ( rprenter st.. I'riCghton, was celebratotl by the R5cv. A. Law. Tlhe bride, who was .ivcen away Iy her father. lolctd climirnin in a lovely ulown of white silk, a cotlrt i'rlin Ilihtr ft-om the slI.,l -ad rs. lined with shell pink, borderetld with white fur, and finished with sprays of orange blossom. Heer veil of enthrold cred tuillc was arranged over awreath ; h',,lnm lsou ti. and she carried a shower boul? uet of lilies of the valley and white roses. As the bride left the church the bridegroom's voungest ne ipllce hung" a satin nor.scishoe un her arm. '"he bridesmaids. Mliss Flo. HTarvey and Miss Mavy Itluinsi, . were ,owiei.cd in white silk cliarnlr...

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DO NOT SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

DO: OT SAY. Do not ray two Orst; etc., but say firstl rwo, ci only one canb e first. It is better ito say lst two wee,o etka. Rather than pat ttwo weekso :?n using thl words : frther and further femember that earther shouldf e used in the sensa of awayiom, while e hfit n the . sense of on towarid -Aslie?-adanced far; ,her on his way he realicd :lthat 'he was £otti fartllher away Ifrom hois .' Do notesyitwae weeko ea to morrow, but it ivill be a week agoto morro?;.: Do not aay5 at c :l sets well,r. but a aO t lite well; and s.ia 'be5e ?zis on eggs !w; srhold aeya si'lting hen?" notF a! ettiing

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Educatiola " i:OSBEllCON, I . :1' (rJiA .3lliAR SCHOOL antd ilNI). lGARTIE.\. yor-fir IHOAI), NORTHIBIIIGHTON 5 i,,alii fronm Ciardenvale Station. 5 ~,ates from Electric Train. I ,, Inals; excellent accommoda Ire 1 io for Boarders. pupils Prepared for -i.ersit". PrimaryI , Junior, and ..cnior E.xamiinatiois; llso fi" L.ni\ersit~ Local Examinu tios in Music. " Prinipael- tI11S TISUALL AND lJ.- o U T.'l\NCEL TI1SDA.L, 31.A. *1.:;; ingiug and Physical Culture , .hc s ounormjd part of the cur lI ad .pceial Physical Cul ture it -"ois are olpei to Non-Pupils. hrece Terms for 1914 Begin-, "ebruary 10th. June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be Enrolled anyi time pro rata. R,..--J.n ROAU,-tlu3C?t --lt7, - i( )ONIARY. 1'RIldIAlt, S UB-PJIL AlARY. Seven Minute,' Walk from Train or Tram. The school is beautifully iituated, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. pupils prepared for JUNIOR and SEMUIUR I'UIII,lC Exuminatioen; alse for Lniatrsity and all other examina tion5 in Music. rn -, ,,...

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A New Novel. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

* £?Ncw'Novel.S.h;Sbal tiave oaydu ..e:lea; bus Lve. &ara~got tat into ity.pt.":, -'

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Golf [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Last Saturday at Linacre Park a return match ivas played- with a team from ,lilmore:. Both sides were :well renresentCd, butiILinacre? Park proved- too stronre for the; opposition, i and ran out: easy siinners by 3S holes 32 aces to nil:a as hereunder : LINACRIE PARK .:KILMORE. Eggleston 7-B -r r 0cKinnon 0 0 D)ipnnll :, ;~ .5 Lloyd, :: .0 0 Ontes 1; Egan 0 0 Ashton- 5" Ilevoridre 0 0 Masters 7 5"' 'McNab - 0 0o Coultas - 5 a Butler 0 0 -0 M[a-uire 4 .4 4: Stewart 0 O0 : .3: 0 , 0 0' .The first round' of the championship" will he pilayed on Ju|ly i5, and' con' eluded on iAugust 1st . .A kilockout foresomne competition is blin: arranged for a trophy present; - ed by the' president, Mr. J. B. Eggles-. ien.

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CURATIVE WATERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

CURATIVE WATERS.'; In all ages and in all civilised nation man has always a belief :in the power of certaiiinineral waters to effect cures of various complaints which affect tic human race. - .When and where thel helief'originated will never be known. Certainlythe belief was held in pre historic times, and has been put into practice more or less continuously ever since. SThe question has often been asked "Is there any real benefit to be de= rived from bathing in or drinking these waters?" Of recent years the prepon derance of opinion is unquestionably on the side of those who affirm that cer tain mineral springs have great curative qualities. It, of course, depends upon the minerals in solution in them. It is well known that water may be heavily nineralised and contain nu curative qualities whatever. That fact must be taken into consideration. Fore most among what might be called the world's greatest healing springs must be classed " Marienbad." These waters have a world-wide fame. ...

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SOCCER. KEW V. SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

SOCCER. ME11 V. SANpRINGIHA3L. Sandringham journeyed to Eew last Sattirday,.and played a friendly game with-the newly-formed club out there. Sandringhams were without the ser vices of 11. Caun, Bingham andtWaun ders.' The ground iceing rather wet made the play on the slow side, but if got better as the game went on. Thi visitois were the lrst to attack, and forced a corner fight away, Allan sending behind. For about ten ,nin utes, the K`Iw defence was kept. busy, all the visiting forwards having shots buti.;none of them foundl the mark. A'bout five musiutes from hal-ftinm Wal In: ropened the scoring. Through lack of 'comlintion the home team threw awaw go~ od m:lany chances. Sand ringham scored three more geals thirough Cani, Overett, and Andrews. linal-Sandringham, 4; liew, 0. This afternoon they meet, Burns, and the gaome .-ill. decide whether Sand ringhaiin will go through their pen nnant imatches w...ithout being beaten. The latter- team have improved great lyv withii thle last ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

THREE MEDICAL WINTER I I g REMEDIES. E FOsFer's Bronchitis Cure. '; :?HE POPULAR REMEDY, :.I t i'does, not merely relieve a Cough; but it gives immediate - reiief, and removes the cause,. 1s. FORI 0os Or VOICE, OHOARSIENESS,' CHEST AFFECTIONS, &c. FOSTER'S : imulSion of od ECieri0 With Hypophosphites of-Lime & Soda. Pure & Palatable.. FOR PULMONARY AFFECEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITY and 1 WASTING. 1s. 6d+ :. ster's Record Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. In caes-of Deep-seated Ctsts Colds itis applied with advanitage,; S t..- r. Pharnm .y Church Street, Middle Brighton Telephone 1125 Brighton. Rumin M Smith & CO'.s SICKLE BRAND RETORTED CHARCOAL. .m : This CITAIICOAL is made at our ?,lod Distillation Works- at- Warbur ton. Its superior qualities are e de to the fact that it is RETORTED, by which process all impurities are removed, leaving behind the pure' CIHAR COAL: . For Household Use 1T -IS UTQUXLTLED AS A FUTL as...

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CHURCH OF CHRIST v. NEW MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

dnui criT i or cThSTJ cam -Draper', r% ,ar' ;S"·harp An-,,. Arthur, Craokc: ITuznird. Trid Lnll, 1 unlxrt; (maun. Alillis, Rirlhrl on, Stanulev (a), Willians; S'trona Trui 'o nun' T Tu,' ibiunok; nd R. 1n_"us. 3kt1 ut cnnrnur nil Ei7zabetlhn nd Iiuundcrs streetsait .30 shaurp.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

ROYAL B CHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Accident Workers' Compensation. VICTOrIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager ... - DISTRICI AGENCIES. PI TON-S. I. Sniinods.Estate Agent, Bay Street .. . glllI!n!: lIiltillT'ON-Connor and Alford, EstaLe A~cnts Church Street. s I Ml.l)A--l'rince and Co., Estate Agents, 250 lligh Street. SANihlN(GHAM--Round and Co., Eltate Aeents. Melrose'Street. CALI.FIELD--Harold Lboker and Co., Estate ALents, opposite-Stationw' ,.\ ir.\ \ :\l.Al--Ji houiso n u an( iaO ui on, :.state Agents, iaurdenvale. I1A' \!'LAVA-A E.E Forster. Estate Agent. 200 Carlielo Street. . FI.-.ii ItNWICK--BEER, O3TTS and TOiLNSON, Estate Agents, Glenhunt. ly .Road. LLD J. BARTLETT (;GUVRNMENT FAMILY BUTCHE. SLT'RVISIUN. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone'for Poultry.; Daily. ..Poultryand Rabbits Always on.Hand. . Carts Daily to Ormond, McKinnon Bentle...

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Brighton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Brighton Council.: The fortnightly meeting of tho Brighton Cotincil'.on 31Tinday: wans'*atl S.cnded .by.. the 3layoor. (Cr. Wilson); nodhi Crs. ,raneis, Strong~ Cheese man, -nurroVs, 'Hall; CGrout;.. Green.. Ilanby. Pullman, Alford . anil Stone. The corn ell sat in colfniittee till 0 o'clock, but 'the recommendations submitted "to the council did not indicate any business that woulii necessitate the councillbrs meeting in star-chalmber to transact matters involvinlg the expenditure, of the ratepayers'. money. Contrary. to. -the proper procedure the dpublic works' committee also. sat with closed doors. I( the sitting councillors are afraid .of the r?htepayers khioding ilhalt they are doing, they should take advantage of the opportunity "next month- to make room for others. The meeting is called ulor a certain hour, and , the council has no right to insult ahy ratepa.er in the " contetmptuous man her they have done at recent., meet ings by sitting behind closed doors, leaving - ratepa...

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