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

The QUALITY Butcher-KA Morrison BY ST.. BRIGHTON. o, ____ , *, |C UV1/r nHampton St. TPA. 227 Bri hton. iltoward Weber, .:Painter, ; SPECIAL STOCK Paperhanger, R D?SO OF General Renovator, WALL' PAPER. .W. .D. House ENriIn:VARIsis Decorator, ALWAYS ON HAND. and. A- LL SUBURBS. Repairer. Hawthorn Road 7:Brighton Gardeners I WATERTIGHITS and BLUCHIERS. - The Blt" in Quality means the Besit Wear and the most Comfort. The Best is Al1ays the Cheapest. BI , + ..T.MATTHEWS. a0S y REPcATE BOOT PALACE. Toonour CHARMAN ROAD, JL jj jf I , CHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS T'rE IIEST-GIVE HIM A TRY. . -To the General Public, o: Chpltenham and Districtf.-Two things worth Remniembering =J- 'r. 3A.TIT..I'WS 1.-Has an up-to-date Sto:k -at your doors. :2.-Skilful andi TraMeiianlike Repairing a Specialty with him.. flcwbury 4 $barph Carpenters, Builders & General Contractors. AB Classes of Alterations Alterations Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and. In any Btate of the Sera Work Com...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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WHAT TO TRY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

SWHAT TO TRIY. Try anuffing powdered borax up the nos _rils for catarrb in the hea-d Try taking your cod' liver oil in tomato latsup if you wart to make it palatable.o . .i Try a cloth, wring out in cold water,, put about the neck at night for a sore ltroat. Try walking with your hands behind-'ou If you find yourself becominlg bet forward. Try a saturated .solution of bicarbonaie of _oda. (baking soda) in diariheal troubles;': give frI ely. - Try a newspaper over your. chest, beieath your coat, as a chest protector in extremely bld' weatiher;

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Caulfield Council. --** +- - : • . The Caulfieold Council met on, Tues day, when the Mayor (Cr. 'urphy), and Crs. Hall, E]gleston; Fiske; _Kit chen, [urray; ...Charles, :Brookshaw, Tyier and T'homson; attended. ,LETTEI DELIVERIES.'r'" 'The lPostal Department notified that the roiuest for -letters addressed to Derby- r~5 d; Princes avenue,. L&c., to ble sent' to Caulfield East "Post. Office, had -been noted, and thetresidents had been asked to have their correspond ence addressed .Caulfield Eas stinstead of Cauillield: Cr. .Fiske l mentioned that .the re request of the 'councilL wa's that let ters; received at; Caulfield office for ]ast Caullield for people residingin going back to ;theoG.P.O.',: It was resolved to ask the Post ILaster Geiral to grant the latter request. STREET TR'IEES;: Sevsalslnatoepayers n Ioddle street, f!lsterniwile, ureed that trees be planit od in,.the 'street, and suggested flower Theheid `gardener lated that flo werinp eunus: wvere not so serviceable...

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OTHER MATCHES. ELSTERNWICK V. BEVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

0·· · ifi ?:,', O' * 'll-OlfEH:3TOR^MAICflE . % ^ I LSlril!WIca IE: P.B Ri.|1 There was:. a 6riool atte?iieii.ei!;a ti' Mnatcli between' tlie aboZ v teanisi ,lyjd on1 fite Rlstmrr.wickL? kroni;d last-, at-i in day. -Th "stronig Wnid to'sonee. tent spoilt the ,ifiu ?:iut: hotls ide at tines ,dislayed fine- f .otl.ballh ; cv erley :'?ld' the- aid of ,th-Wind '?i;i!' the first trcr? anini thiAi,ri ait el. as in .tloi hlir: th; aicij C thla"- rcllicu oil long shots - for. ?? l;iiiost of- ;lhcl; oily an the, minin cl : or. points .;El steri.wick, i howeveri, plajed for. iosi tiol before asliootii, and tlesi:i. ties proved succssful,-, as thlifial ,etoreq wvere- . .- _:, ::.... ;,:.., ,.**. I vllernllJc !,.;(G8.-oi 2 ,is 1.:;y;: yr, *Snith;, Iarbord,: IParkin nand Arscott plyed a dell ii(full baick) wasi aljo doing Welod (orlliiin til he wins 7jureW d sibu te niddl f the thirl term Beverley tre}es ed ask l'K.nzieZ Z ndisciannLscl ailn I vnii

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MORDIALLOC v. CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

MOlIt LLOC CITELitlMA.I llordialloc met Ci eltenhamInlast Sat urdna, at Cheltenhanm, and, defeeatnd tlie home: tea biu:, seven' poitts, the scores hang ordialfloc 6. 6 (42 poinite) z . Clieltntinhi 4.11 (35 points)..; L.This inaiich: wnas"important, as it i.ould decided ;whetliher~. lenluntly< or llordialloc wioull cotirpete li thcJhinals; 'hhen lrordialloc aInd Ch·ltenhian meit iri tho first .round Ilordialloc decisiely defeated their opponeits; b ly 13.6' to 6.5. lordiallo' týere without the ser vices of :Noonan :ais Cobb, =but `:the iresult nie er ~cmismed i doubt, the.'ni toi? k. ncadii:g . froiii start: to lrnishf Umpire Itidlt uns iot.?it atll satis= adtotr, trippig i and throwing ien allowed.. - without,' being penlisel. Within a mliipute of the I.ounce ilore dialloc, who weret: kicking iigiiiinst the wind, 'scored a goal, and soon aifter a couple of points. --They kept the homle. team froim scorin, :,but eventu ally 'the lattcr broke through and riised the two lla...

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

-H..................TH E.................. SElsternwick FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. 9 Elen Hunntlgy ld, S?howell s, Elsternwick. A Few Doors Blow E S. & A. Bank. We'spe~ialise i.I thel ovisior Trade, keep the tvery Ist .li am able, and will lot b:e un.l r.otl,. All Goods kept in Cooling Chainm. ber. Eggs frouii Cool Districts Fresh Twice a Weekl. Choicest Butter and Cheese from Western District Factories. Kindly Remember This-Whether your Order is Worth a Shilling or a Pound we Delivecr it Promptly, and in a careful.and Up-to -Date manner. W. IH. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surronnding Districts, that he ha Opened a Store at Glen tuntly (Lato Blundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, Sa .nd Ironmongory. .. The Favor of your Patronage Is respectively SolicIted GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. - STORES-Brighton, Elsternwick, Balaclava and (lan Iluntly. (-.:W., H. NIeHOLSON, -Grocer, Wine & Spirit Merchant I Phone Brighton ...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. PRAHRAN. THE SEASIDERS LOSE BY A SINGLE. A KEENLY CONTESTED GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Football. TIES hSEASIDERS ;LO$ oal , SINGLE A ih EENLY' CONTESTED: GABtE.n DIespite the wintry conditions pre vailing last Saturday there'.. was. a good attendance of football enthuisi asts at the Brighton Beach oval; to witness the game between Brighton and rPrahrin. The ,hlv alteration in the Brighton team was that Tanyod relieved Phillips. The placings of the local team were Backs-Dowding, Wallace. : Italf-Backs--Knighton, Negro, Taylor. tentres-Teese, Bailes, .Patterson... IIalf-forwtards-0Comcr, Henderson, .)awson. lorw\rds-Bayliss, Graham. n " " . Followers--Turnbull, Wilson. Rover--Doolan. - lurnbull won the toss and set ?his men facing towards the 3lair street' goal, in which direction a strong wind. was blowingr - At the commencement of the Lgame it looked-as if the sea siders were to be outclassed bye the visitors, for the latter immediately attacked, and by good comnbbied play sustgined a pressure on the goals. They were, however,' held off, by the local defenders, and wh...

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

Drill Roo, Saturay, Jily Vocal CONCERP UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE BRIGHTON District BRASS BAI President: Cr. Thomas Wilson, Mayor. The Great Star Picture: How a Villain is Made A Splendid Comedy Drama, 2,000 Feet in Length. SENECHAL'S DIAMOND A Fine Drama by the Gaumont Co., 1,700 feet in length. A SHERIFF'S DEVOTIOI A Stirring Western Story. Walter BUNN "How Rubenstein Played" and "The 11.69 Express." Pathe's English GAZETTE With the Latest Leading Incidents and Fashions. HUMOROUS SKETCH: Old Grimes is Dea Characters : Timothy Titefit: A Tailor ... ... W. H. BU,'N William Grimes ... ... ... ... G. A. BU\1 Thomas Grimes .. ... .. ... C. W. BUNK Hero and the-Blind Master, A Very Fine Lubin Story, and a Host of Amusing Comics. SPECIAL FEATURE: Full Orchestral Selections by your own Orche?t Under the Baton of Mr. H. L. Glenn. The Band will play at Middle Brighton at 7.30, and march to DrillRose Admission, Is. Back Seats, 6d. Seats may be Reserved on Payment of 6d. Extra. COME EARLY. St...

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

SOUTHERN CROSS Football Competitions -i-.,,.---- No. d - Victorian Football Association los. PRIZE "A prize of 10/- will be awarded the competitor fulfilling all the condi tions of this competition, or pro rata if more than one. CONDITIONS. 1.-Competitors, to name on the coupon provided in this col •umn the: winners of the Vic torian Football Association matches played on the date on the coupon. 2.-Compotitors to be residents of 'the.Ton of 'Brighton, City of Caullield, or Shire of Mloorab \ 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.-Name and Address of Competi tor to appear on the Coupon. 5.-All writing to be. legible and In ink.' 6.-Coupons to be addressed FOOTBALL COMIPETITION, The -Editor, "Southern Cross," BRIGHTON. - (Icomplete Address will Disqualify). 7.-The decision of the Editor to be fiialln regard to all matters. " FOOTBALL COUPON. " No. 1. + .'" VICTORIAN FOOT...

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CONFUSION IN STREET NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

CONFUSION. IN STIIRET NAMIIES. Mr. Nieol said that hardly a day passed but what he had people apply ing to Ih directed to Bamfilel street, North, or South, or Baiqfielch reseent. and mucha diiculty was'-experienced by people in loeitini,9. residents in those streets. Hle moved that the coune lh - ie. aslice to- lter the names of two of' these streets. lr. ::Stevens said' that' as a resi dent Jhe -: ouirdt second the motion,. Residents'? 'were continually directing ieople:i 'ere to fiind their neighlbours ina tho oiher streets: of- the samie name. niamfield '-:street Northl:should be al tcre-. the other ashecet being nearest th'e station mauld not so :hald to find, M:r. Jlobso- ;niiggeistet that the streets be icalledi Egleston street and Ferdinando ;street. : - r: Stevens.l1 object. to streets le ing.: called' after persons. It's: ridicu lous. T': I :'her's.i a brand niew stre-?t. just-.. bejing imanie, and I ftin it is called "iSmiithl street"? Could any thing laj more absiirl .c: ...

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Progress Leagues SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Progress Lteag us The montiyinm etmg- of tie di-d ringhan' l'rogress L-eague' was h?eld on londay ev;eniig -ifn the: publicd hill. Mr:- Jdewsil,.: (,-idpresid ea t) occupied the-clihir- >end 'thlere lidsa "good.-at tendarnce considel;iang th? iniclndenticy of the ,weather . L-.0 (i 'Rlli' SE IRV ICE. At et y liy -lisclission took pllue. on the dnintf{er 6of iiomuiies in the local tr'uiii 'Csrvice,C: i: id Messrs Ildobson, Stevens? aid .Biggs w?re appointed;- i deputation:. to t.: wait upon. the Coin nissioners ;to urge for improvements, If. as agreced that" Mr. SnowblFl :. xbe asked :to . introduce the deputation. Representatives, of Hampton and Black: tock '--progress leagues will be -asked to-iaccompainy (-the deputation. M*Ir. Stevens -refereferr'to- the- lngthy. interval 'of timae betieen the ? G.14 and 6.42 pi.n trains ry manny eaople in .the city ceased busiacs, at ;sti o'clock, butt-by' the tinie' they?, were aide to :_lesi e tlbeir usiiaei ireanises it .:Wias- diflicult t...

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

YOULTRY NOTES, -o-- It Is mere waste of money to buy inferior purebreds. The bug is one of the worst ene mies to the poultry owner, as it is almost impossible to get rid of. Purebred fowls always command a higher price than common ones, even at a sale, where they may be sold or bought for the proverbial song. Fowls emitting a stale odour should be rejected, as this is a sure sign of chronic roup or liver disease. Both diseases are very catching, and in some cases may remain dormant, and on removal break out afresh, and infect the whole yard. Adult turkeys cannot. be kept in confinement, as they will pine away. By feeding them in the barnyard a little night and morning they will not stray oil very lar, but they can. not be entirely prevented from roam ing, and the hen prefers -to make hez own nest. The first week teed young turkeys with a mixture of one egg, beaten, and sifted ground oats or rolled oats, mixed with salt to taste, and cooked as bread, then crumbled for them, with milk...

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Who is Right? QUESTION OF BOUNDARY ROADS MAINTENANCE. PROPOSAL TO CONSTRUCT NEW STREET. NOTICE TO BE SERVED ON MOORABBIN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Who is Right ? CUESTn\ Of BOUNlD iY ROADS STREET. ABBIN COUNCIL. F mor or,, ,iekT past thle Brighton and .loorahbin' councils hav'o .been w rangli amonCgst thnisteces~T as., to" tii terms of a recommoictatioi from tlheir respective- enginieers "on the <ti?_=e Lion of bounidary t'oads muaintenan50ii Tlie lloorabbint council contend that under. the proposal Brighton wer to conistiruct ew street;?. from` South to Beaclh roads, and?ii return they ,sere to mnaintain a" longer stretch of boundary roads. Brighton, on the other., hand, hold ".that the sengineers did niot deal with the constructiou ofi New- -street," and atl this. stag: theo nmatter hiid stopped . Brighton :Coliicil decided oi Moinday. to clinch': the matter by- serving notice inder" the Loeatil Government Act non? the 3looixdtbii ' council for `the coo. struction of New street. ... . .The section under which Brightoii proposea to. ope'rate pirov'ides , that where a houiidiry road cexists the councils, interested ...

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CURES FOR INSOMNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

-CURES FOR INSOMNIA'. The worst enemies of sleep are worrying, over-work, over-eating, In. digestible suppers, and the habitual use of stimulants and drugs. The cure includes strict attention to diet, a .well-ventilated sleeping room, some light exercise, lihke a walk after the evening meal, and freedom, of course, from worry. It is not well to go to bed hungry. A cup of hot milk or a sandwich is advised whet that sensation is felt. Yet it is necessary to remember that insomnia and an overloaded stomaca are closely ac quainted. Stimelants and n'rcotics in the end are sleep destroyers. The coadition they Induce is not refresh ing sleep. Sleepiness is an indica tion of the need of sleep, ans must not be combated too far. People who sleep but little must not be permitted to disturb those who are differently constituted. I When the whole subject is weighed, the main remedy is seen to be good habits andl .a trancl mind.

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WHAT SHOULD WE EAT? Expert Opinion on the Question of Diet. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

WHAT SHOULD. WE EAT? Expert Opinion on the Question of Diet. With intent to treat this subject in a popular way, an American fruit journal recently put the following questions to a number of eperrts : I. To what extent would you re commend an exclusive fruit diet 2. What are the objections and what the dangers, if any, in tte consumption of fruit ? 3. Which of the small fruits are to be preferred on account of health fulness ? 4. Is there any uang.r from rwil lowing grape seeds ? 5. Are there any special effects up on the brain or nervous system r?n sulting from the use of fruit ? 6. What in general are the teae.t cial physiolog:cal effects resulting from the use of ripe, fresh fruit ? 7. Please give any other he.alth hints pertaining to the se oi fruit. Appended are answers received by Professor John Craig, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Ce.asa da : I would say that individuals differ 6o much in the matter of foods thai general rules are often very mislead. ing. Fruits are an a...

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OUR HOMES. Health Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

OUR IIOYES, ealith Notes. 'sl ordlnary flour of commerce, the kind that housewives use under the impression that it is the very best, because the whitest, is wpe fully deficient In life-sustaining quali ties. It is a well-known scientific fact that a dog fed exclusively on the finest white bread will starve to death in a comparatively short time. The gluten of the wheat kernel, the coloured portion, which in modern milling is almost entirely removed from wheat flour, is the life-sustain ing portion of wheat, which, by com men consent, through common ignor ance, is eliminated from flour for the single reason tnat it gives flour a little golden colouring. In a family where there are grow ing children, or where there are brain workers or nervous invalids, whole wheat flour would be a boon of the greatest value. If mothers and housewives were well informed generally, white flour would go en tirely out of fashion. Whole wheat flour makes deliciots as well as hi;hly nr:tritious bread, cak...

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CONDEMNING A HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

CO\DE't!NINcGA :' OUSE",, SThI Briighton Coliuncil:. decided on Mondny, on ,the recomminenddtionli: Ti the health obflier, to: coudeiin a hounse in lluristoine ?treet, owwnedi by MIr. Ililderbrandt: as unfit for hiinitn-hab itation as "provided bv thiie:lealth Act niid, .further, that.the order liall tiake eliect fIrom: October 13-.

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No Slums. CHARGES MADE AT CAULFIELD. COUNCILLORS REPUDIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

No Slums. CHARGES MADE ATP CAULFIELD. COUNCILLORS REPUDIATE. The nllegations of the Anti-Slumn and MIinimnnul Allotment Crusade Cemn mittee as ti slum areas in Calufiehl. as published - in last week's ('Soutlhern Cross," was considered at the Caul field Council leetin-g on Tuesday. The Commnittee forwarded a Irn,_,tlhv letter on the subject. (r. Hall said that the letter was mainly lies, and the committee should he told so. Iiildlings were erected he fore the council adopted any retula tions, and in one or two instances there night be sour calue for com plaint. But plenty of similar in stances occurred in otlher suburbs, and he could not undiedtand why Caullield had been singled out it. regard to matters of ancient history. The main part of their ietter was absolute fah rication. Reference was made to shops in (lenhliltl- road on 10 feet frontages. Cr. lqisk ? r i a a c ined a t ht t ilri-5-mnrerr on the premises and therefore there wans no necessity- for yard space. Ile could not u...

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Local Shows. THE MOORABBIN SOCIETY'S ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914

Local Shows. ' TEMOOIRABBIN SOCIETY'S ANNUA.L MUEETIG. . The annual nmeetiig of the ,loorabbin Ilorticulfural 'Society was held oni Wednesday at the Cheltenham Ilechan sM'I when about' 20 memnber, attenlded, and the chair was occupied by 3Ir. G. Brownfield, J.P., as prtjident of the socity. 'THE BALANCEI SIEET. Mr.- rwin, treasurer, submitted ao couuts for. the year just closed, wlich showed £193 17/3 receipts (.;overn Ilenit. grant £it12 /6, gate £f6) 5/9, refreshlents £13 11/-, meumbers' sult sr'iptions £31 2/t6i; donations £36 18/6, and entry fees £29 15/-). The expenses included £117 1a/- for l rizes, leaving a balance of £1 17/2, angainst which there were somue small outstanl suig accounts, and the se.retary '- sal ar'. The latter was ii el at £12 T11LE NEXT S110W. IThe quelstion of hioliin, a show this year was discussed, and itd was even .i0or irouse anid ioipson to hot nt it display . oil Saturiday, No:Sic liter" 11, and to inmke aOillitaoiitio, t, thA trus Ices of th ".Clie...

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

AsR YOUR STORKEEPERn FOR Tom Smith's , From absolutely Pure SUPERIOR Locally Grown Tomato ,Tomatoes. Tom ato Put up in our. i own Bottles. uce A High-grade Article. S :: ." SMITH & .ANUFAu.ED., AT.. LAMBERT, llighett Railw ay Station ' ao ufc, reos. . . Phones--823 Windsor; 2243 City. Established xt6r, SJOH IN -KELLY PRACTICAL BSADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 384 High Street, St. Kilda, and 488 Fdlnre Street, Idelbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Assoclatlon Store manuifcturer of Every Description ofSaddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars Made and Fitted under Speoal Supervision. Awarded first .Pri?es Iioyal Agricultural Show, 1910, 191. and: 1912. Awarded First Prize, for Collars, 1912., A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON: HAN. " ... " .i. ....... . A Red Hot Propos itlon. SoHavea I: Modern Gas Fire Installed = = = , No more chilly Half-Hours at Breakhast`." One Penny gives you One Hour's radiant heat. " It is Really Hot.-You can toast at it. ? . . .-· . Light it when you iaint ...

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