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DUPLICATION OF GLENHUNTLY ROAD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
The :quarterly re?ort of thel rahran lrah'ern,', 'st- qns`...receiv cd> by the tCailitId Counciliat&lt;.Tuedav' a' t ing: '_., i _Tho .; report;: stated that'- thu. seurve. ; ot ti-"C lecliuntly, oad hied been comnipleted to Point Ormond, auul planis swouill :e cmiipletcd duiring thu. present.; o ineatlu,: afte'r.vlhihli tenders would be inited iffit theli 'arl They had 63 ca'rs: 'iailnhle for :traffic, and in -i-e of the, etensioi s that would shortly lie openied they hand invited tenders.':- fr 37o cars, seven of which woiuld. hbi trailers . 'llhe Elsternwick converter .station building was near ing coniljiletion and an achristinent for the s:ulipily of poneir had been executed with the Melbourne : Electric Snupply Coinpa?y.- "'he s!tation had been de signed ,to meit .thd repuuireniletst of the exterisibon of the Glenliuntly road line tob Point Orn?ond- as a double track., The Ei ngneer reported that tih, thirough cars' "to a?id= fron'im Darliuig road, :Caulfield, noiv ...
Electric Trams BRIGHTON-ST. KILDA LINE. PERIODICAL AND INTERCHANGEABLE TICKETS. THE AGITATION RESUMED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
Electric Trams BRIGHITON-ST. KILDA LINE. PERIODICAL ANI) JNTERCIIANGE ABLE TICKETS. TIlE AGITATION RESUMED. Since the inception of the Brighton St. Kilda railwav the councils of Brighton and St. Kilda have at vari ous periods ur?ed the Iailwaiys Com miisionters that they should proviae periodical ticlets for the line, but so inr that re?u It has been turned down by the Comullissioners. At Monday's meetin, of the Brighton council the matter was again men tioned. Cr. Pullman said that the 1inister of iRailways had expressed himself as iavourable to the issue of the tickets. Ihe traml was now a paying proposition. Often usual tra vellers on tife railway usil the tram for convn -nrO, butt they hadl to pay an additional filre. lie thought "the tickets shltuld I)' il i?le interc"hain,! able. ve'n it it t''iint ptaVito ua litthl, _--.,'n"--t 'the Conis Sb;e alskt'd w hen they wouldc| th, Tie, ",trler-hA?-. - , inter,'han,_,'aleh' tith the t?`e"-'? tie Brighton railway. Cr. Green second:led...
Metal Carts. DON'T HOLD ENOUGH METAL. CAULFIELD COUNCIL COMPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
Metal Carts. DOcNI' HOLD I; i0IOG 3H LTA AUrFIFLEfl) COUNCIL C0311LNS. .Tii Cauildf ll dCon21cil it 'i rt??i tig: on 'tIesday cnsiderijdl, i :epr passm iain tidutint: for 3leisartladen & Walluce for -metalling- Citihiintly road, their attentio ii as drai'n to the alleged shritage in the measure ments of the metal supplied by them, and they recronnterdled that the sur ict-ir ht"iustruc>ted tofi tat delivfri --'t?Fr-- o i tri-- Of tie Banni.. commnittie, mentiotnd that >tps ai bl2l PtI. by the il, 'lit ier to pro tect the couiil. buitt tha, had not Ieen succeis ful, and the pil-ti·tie wils s I),inie ctontinudi oi earlie. in hdrays tlhat woul not hh it an ,p tpyred 'luantity of metal. TJI'e coit ulitlte theliii ht tih t the liiiieu ty Woull tl, got Over by martiný dray. Iut tte cr.tiller pointtvl out tiat Sr e ,r t n t have Wtittei t hat it"ýail . , e &lt;o - 'w o n id e r b y i l t h e m ia e Surveyor had mrna-tured itim? n ell'tti dray, and found tii.at it ',uld...
Musical Competitions SANDRINGHAM NATIVES. ENCOURAGE LOCAL [?] TALENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
musical ENCOURAGE LOCAL .i TALEST. The. trolicao iswe , 'fsteralian fl; u rt 1 . the 6aarnrhan branei t out that pirincipl,, I- j ' are t. i)titons almolgst , I. , r"rgm 3loorablfin Sire??e 'C hi!Jrt. encouraging local t nilu nlso, ineidertaiht'I "? taltll te mainalenance i o"e \s . Sy a t J l a a lito n . T i " n , ( .'r that thu comlettiti,, the Inta iut. the entries rcei'. pat, e t 1 p air s d-of the otaitr' . t. , ended the aiu? .? sionis being I . .1 t tr' plicet on ilesdd. 5at -i, t Iha lublic Hall, t t othei crowcdyd att.ndnee r graqlne wras a dita ir-b oii'l1r 5 ' sisted o'f vocal solo., ,0 on i tahd ourine `dances, 'im'ori recitations and Jri h iOs"'orti tion, of . the -ýa,ffh£ '9~i T , ho cliange in the s' at7er. ino- llayers were colminW?.d n Gk` cxecution of the iv, i'u pirs. idjuidicator, Mr. llortiuore., a = cord :?of advice to the olo0ist allini thmn to sitns softly 5r t ootild be lial.,ie to ruin their tiLo .t sciuel to lie a paradox, but - ouly way to sing strongly ...
THE BAND AND THE DRILL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
'P11F. P.21lD AND T''E 1t.ltRlL 'tALL.. At the Brithton ('ouncil meet.ing on ?londea a letter was receivel from the hand commnittee. wherein they referred to a paracraph in a recent issue of the "'Southe,-n ('ro-s." in wnhi,'h it was stat?l tlhit a counrillor hal unauile a renark th thathe commlittee w'ere oh iainini the Drill HI all at less r intal than the last tenant. Thlire seemedl to lie a miiapprehension. for they were paving.' the aamti. rent. The Town ('hirk mentioned that that was so. Cr. lanhy explained that the re mark hail placed thI ronunitt.?e in a very awkward positiion. Cr. Pullman remarli'd that. -lie was -the culprit.- He hail intendlil to con \'ey tmht the committee were fivtting the hall at less rental than the lt-ax ant two seasons ano. The letter was received.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
For Warmth and ;, ,, "yocom fort. ,. -Use a Kerosene Heater. iii No. 101, Ruby Front,17/. - o. 120, Ruby Front, 191 iI No. 120, Mica Front, 18/- . One Fire Stoves, 45/ "The Matador" Handsome Finish, 32/6. - Incandesceut Burners, Mantels and Fittings ;, . G. -s and -Electria Lighting Installed. ; Garden Tools, Seccteurs,-&c - from 1/ toI10/ Spanles from 2/11i 3/6, 6. Shovels from 3/6, 3/9, 4I6. HARDWOOD, FLOORING, LINING, WATHERBOARDS, RED GUM, PALINGS, LATHS, L BIME, CEMENT AT ,And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. * The Prize Lorry Buildr-MElbourne Show and. SJ. WI. `er R E, or All Principal Shows, LORR aPE otor, Carriage and Lorry Builder. PONY THIN G BETTER ONAF SUHEELESO _Or any clas of Vehicles keps in Sock. - SCash 7%rr ng d. " The Prize Lorry Builder-Melbourne Show ante Privt- ddrss ...............e....... All Principal Shows. BLORRIES a SPEOIALTY(built to suit any purpose), DOUBLE & SINGLE S LORRIES, FARbERS' MARKET GARDEER'S WAGGONS. FARM DRAYS, TIP-DRAYS. PONY INKERS, TI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
Church Announcements. , UNITED ORANGE SERVICE t. will be held on Sunday, July 1ath, in the Cheltenham Hall, at 3 o'clock. Good speakers, good tinging. Everybody cordially invited. No Col lection. By order, W.M' A3 lPTIST CHURCH, Bay Street. - The Rev. Mr. Saunders (Tas oaunia) is expected to preach morning and evening. Come. Welcome. . BRIGHTON Congregationi l Church. Rev. W. J. L. Closs;B.A. - Morning, "The Trusteeslhipof -Life.:' Evening,. "Forgiveness." HURCJI OF . ENGLAND. St. Andrew's, Middle Brighton. Day 10.-VI. Sunday After Trinity. 7.45. Holy Communion: (Choral)' and 12.15 (Plain). Preacher. Rev. A. Law.--1- " What Does God see that is Lovable. in Mankind"; 7, "The Hereafter." Tuesday, 8 p.m.. A.M.S. at-Auditor jum. 100 parishioners wanted. XTEW Street Methodist.--To-morrow morning, Rev. Samuel Adam son .eveCning, ir, JCellenm - ,,ir 1 iln i7;h- I ornin anL evening, -Aev. J. Snilov, 1lI.A. Children's floral offeringr nt"mnorning service. ST. CUTHBERT'S PRESBYTERIAN Church; ...
Municipal Elections. BRIGHTON. NORTH WARD. ADDITIONAL POLLING BOOTH REQUIRED. COUNCIL DECLINES TO GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
municipal Elections. B-RIGIITON. KORTHT WARD: A -lJT1O. AL OLL"NG 1BOOTH RE C-, OUCil? tDE CITNiS TO GRANT. At od? eetin?;of the Bright on Corincili a;letter? e receiveil from the \ortli _Ward lProf6ess Xssijeation itring thint a.iipollin- hbooth he Ipro iiled -:at fihO Elstcinwick State school. as !'ell ''as ati,?t Stephen s hall in Cochrane' 'treet:-. :he Toii Clerl "repbrted .that, the nummbero0-.ratepayers in the 'inrd w's n(. n:ls,?against 916.:Inst year. On thoLnorth- 'sidedf : 1North lroul - dtie?i 'ere- 3S2 resident.: ratepayers, ands -on tho? soth side 160; ,'there were ?-i3' oii- reident "ratepliayer in the ward. -: ."r. Grotit. mentioned that there wdis only onoeipoIlingir bootl: in i?elih of the; other wards - -: : " Lr.-' ,:;Jinllpan, ' consider d thiit li'hy di 1cission was out of brd'is 'it v-as iat matter for tlic.,rcttirnin- otlioicer to decide Cr. .BIrrows, who: is .returning ofll cei fpr tli)Northi Ward election, said ihtlt lihe'. preferred.. the counil'to deal di...
Progress Leagues HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
Progress E£aguei The aonthly meie of 1he I?i-lheti PIrogress Association - was :hildd -?I Ihursday at he1 M~oor?bhbin:Stat school, "?;i,'hei al;oat. 30i, nmlcers "at .tndeddl;, 'andM:'[r.:ilý'.': I. . Bernett- 'oc cnpiied. the chair-.::::: A jc-qtommo nicationi i ias received from Mr.: Sicklemore, r?cigning froni thei cocimittee beca?iuse:]e s as not a rate paver of Moorabbir. .4 D lr. 'evis said t? hat; he hd: heard that, it' w,,a propo-cd t.o -fori an as-, s6ceatin aii .;ii tlth?. 3toorat, in.i township. ..,lr:;'? ioupcon .-reilnarlld t'hat there s.eieot hieilni the reoaur. - I 'lt uas resolved to ask )r.. Sickle more to reeoiisider his decision ... t·he i ,n:elaiira re?referred to.t state o'f .the path between teli railhway sta-. tion and. Wickhian roa: .- Th'l'le path was very rough .and should be atten ded to.-s-ltwas resolved to write. to the Railwaysa Deiartment oilh he nmat ter. . ". Mir. ivesis coisidered that a liath should be' provided front. Wickham road ialong the railw...
WEST RIDING. HIGHETT WILL NOT RUN A CANDIDATE. FIFTH RIDING QUESTION THE ISSUE [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
JruifETTi- WLL5O0.]t4 U i CAN' ll'tt:- ro S? Asociation th eilii?o?i of i. ho ilioing .rg eirlidlinte fr.i th Wost ~.li liilrcleotio wa as oib ideii, thoat T h w t.yo- evfral, ofd lie , thiei:rs hit l i n)c|l!fil:thliar votes to" "lorioi u candidaes it. .it ' : ed. not to .take, ase Ction. . :t. :lnr. ca.' oidrlI : it liti tlii;. ?lo.actlbnt ' lilnl ohat shiei?hs ofti0 toaidldar¶Qthel tat. .- lil. i tei Of igo.id ibe i the i. !italli itithe Isloio, #-d 'tlhit -the 'candlid It e, li'.rd to ixpr. .i inteirhe s iconl. the lieir end :of thi e riding.- * - ible that ilili ratlsi.eri had.pledged thiAr vot's. " , 31r. Stayne'r Ten''lledl tlhe. rIse. 0liin. PTr. e\Vis remrirk;i' that "ii Mr. Fur rlint, or01 of tlie etinilidi t, s. 11 ;nomnt of 01t rictilIe et lle %oldd hlve aitteldeol.. 3Itr. lt 'inetit 'xl'l:iiicld that wnil thi, S c re llr i't v s "iu T ,' sl-! 'l n gs li ln , tl e c a i l i di'at!.- to i??lilr?1 i thie l-ictli, lie dep lilithi ji;laliirdi theiir oiiOlti:m w'ith re_-aird ...
TO-NIGHT'S ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
TO-NIGHT'S ENTERIITAINMENT. comedy. sketch, "Old Grimes is Dead." The highly amusing and interesting 'comedy, How a Villain is H3ado (3,000 feet, by the Keystone Co.). Senechal's Diamonds. A" Sheriff's Devotion, Hero and the BIlind )Master will be screened. in addlition to many other comic and scenic subjects. The hand will play at Middle lBrihton this evening at 7.30, and march to the Drill Room. Next Saturday the two Spilckers, with their wonderful musical aet, and the Great Mould. the famous ventriloquist, will appear.
Brighton's Band. ASSIST WOMEN'S HOSPITAL FUND. A SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
Bribtron's Bads: ASSIST OMENRIO\'S HoSrl'It UND ASUCCESSFUL CO'CERT. `, Svery succesful ss _esult hco beeiithe outcome of the efforts of :ti?he:: lF?iibd comimittee and the baid from ih:??st; W'ednisday's concert, at the-D=rill oott The' iommittei felt that tht: occasion, was a. very flitin ,one to nmake. their initial effort in the cause of charity;. nid thereby assist.the Mayoress (Mrs. Thos:' Wilson) i: her apipeal with the Ladi; Mayoress fd'r the new winie- at the': Women's :Iospital I lThe ladies' comniittee, in 'connection twiti ithe band readily offered their assistance,. and it was' masinly due to their per-. sonal efforts that the. concert proved suclian undoubted success. Although the final returns from sale of. tickets are not yet to hand, :the hon. sees., Messrs. H. J. 'Thoms and N. L.' Or ford. feel: confident of at least a pro fit; of over. .20... This is very credit able indeed to the iork of the ladies. The hon.., treasurer,: :Mr. Arthur -E. Bro?i;.'reported thata es...
Federal Association. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
7i ra i$oi a liaon. iliddle Brighton have .ben puttiag up record scores with a view to'im proving their position on the list, and so make a certainty of the minor pre miership. Whilst the club are justified in themn actions it is not, showing a true sporting spirit towards clubs who have difliculties in cletting ' team to E~thir. If these record scores are con linmed bv the leadina clubs it will prohb'blV mean thait v-net -cear Isomln of mne clubs who have no possibility un der the present conditions of securinli the premiership will .withdraw from the asociation. Last Saturday liddle Irigghton played ll3oorabbin Park at MoorNabtln. 'he homie team were onl represented by S platyers. They kicked with the wind, anld got one goal, t'hilst Brighton scored 5 points. After the first change Iloorabbin players walked oli the ground. The umpire! bounced the ball. and Itrighlton added a sixer. The plaIy was stoplpe, and the Irighton otlicials allege that 3oo. rablbin P ark refused to ,stin th...
Our List of Experts. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 July 1914
Our fist of: Experts. The surprise defeat" of ;Brighton byi Praliram accounted for such a large number of- competitors going astray with last Saturday's selections, Eight coupons were received in which the re sults were succeesfully forecasted, and the prize will be distributed ainoigst EB. . . Iappell, HIoddle.st.,-Elstera wick ; 'A. hope. Centre rd:; Brighton. M. Erickson, Male st., Brighton : IJ. 'Kely, -Ky s lrd. a3ooriebrt~i . : - J. Chapmatn;-, Wi o+,t.t t. hieltenhmm .f?r;,rinmer, Oli? e st: Caulfield R]. Tully, Seymniour gr.,-Brighton leach : J :I.I: Keel. Soluth rd., Brighton North. The matches for tio next selection Srighton v. Port Melbourne. North Afelb. v. Williamstown. Praliran X.- Essendon. Hlawthoru v. Brunsiick. : Northcote- v.. Footsera: - IED i AL- ASSOCIOIIO . 'lhe oaly. match played in' the JiJnior "Grade-rfordialloc v. Cheften hamLpresented some dillicultics in de ciding as to the winner, andi amongst therecord number of coupons received oniy six picked the win...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914
S : . ._.. .HE ..........r- E s . ........ Elsternwick FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. ;. 1?9 'l Glen Huntly Rd, :HOWe1 s, Elsternwick. A Few Doors B-dlow E S. & A. Bank. We specialise vi ,he I ov'isilr Trade, keep the ver lest )li?tu able, and will iot te unrnlt.a?it. All Goods kept in Cooling Chain ber. Eggs from Cool Districts Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Butter' and Cieese from Western District Factories. Kindly Remember Tlhis--Whether your Order is Worth-a Shilling or 'a Pound we Deliver it Promptly and in a careful and Up-to-Date manner. W. H. Nicholson.. begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districts, that he ha. Opened a Store at Glen Iluntly (Late Blundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage Is respectively Solicited GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES--Brighton, Elsternwick, Balaclava and Glen tiuntly. W. H. NIeHOLSON, Grocer, :Wine & Spirit S Merchant I Phone Brighton 1064. J...
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. Last Saturday's Winners. H. Power. Hampton. R. Tatchell. Elsternwick. L. Edmends, Elsternwick. J. Pettit, Sandringham. B. Stephen. Mentone. V. Scully, Middle Brighton. E. Barnett, Black Rock. E. Gibbs, Middle Brighton. C. G. Young. Brighton. J. Harris, Brighton. J. Brownfield, Heatherton. S. Brown. Brighton, A. Andrews. Hampton. L. MIcAvoy, Brighton: J. J. Keeley, Brighton North. W. James, Brighton. La Windus, Brighton. W. Fisher, Brighton. A. Fisher. Brighton. W. Smith. Brighton. A. Windus, Brighton. L. G. Windus, Brighton. l. Bryant. Brighton. W. Adams. Brighton. C. Thompson. Brighton. J. Keeley. Moorabbin. . G. Ahern, Brighton. f. Grimmer, Caulfield. C. Gardiner, North Brighton. V. James, Brighton. J. Chapman. Moorabbin.' C. Russell, Gardenvale. R. Bruton, 3roorabbin. H. Robinson, Brighton. C. Erickson, Brighton. W. Callow. Brighton. G. Mather, Elsternwick.' J. O'Donnell, Brighton. G. Brown, Brighton. A. Jack, Clarrnda.
Our List of Experts. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914
Our List of Experts. The selection of the matches for last Saturday was no easy task, as evidenced by onlyv six coupons being received in which the games were cor rectly placed. Prahran's deflst of Brunsweick was a surprise, whilst oth ers went astray with North Melbourne, The winners were : C. Thompson, looding st., Brighton. F. Bryant, St. Andrews st., Bright on. .n. Broswnfield, Ieatherton. C. C. Young. Pearson st., Brighton. G. Mather, Ehl Grove, Elsternwick. The next series of matches for se lection are : Williamstown v. Brighton. Pt. Melbourne v. N. Melbourne. Essendon v. Brunswick. Footscrav v. Prahran. Hlawthorn v. Northcotc.
Football. BRIGHTON v. NORTHCOTE. THE SEASIDERS WIN EASILY. A GOAL KICKER WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914
Football. BRIGIITON v. NORTHCOTE. TILE SIASli)ERS DIN EASILY. A GOALT KICKER WANTED. As the result ' pf the . righton Northcote 'mitchlw`as a foregone con clusion': thire :':ivs 'ohlv a moderate iniuiber of local supporters who made the ::'.journiy' to the northern suburb. in:. the Brighton 'combination Taylpr, licolan' 'and Teeso were stood down to "gie :Slater;, Phillips and Roach a run.o -'= ' -' ' The placings were : Back-Dowdling, Wallace. 'ialf-bacl.--Negro, Knighton, Slater. Centre-Roich, liailes, Patterson. i?alf-forward-llenderson, Dawson, Bayliss: .Forwardis-G:raham, Comer. Follow~er~s=lilsonu Turnbu)l. B oivei Phillips. :TIlle : me throughout was unattrac tive, Dulii?? the first, quarter, the somnchat:. a:iid hby concerted attacks they coinmmncedr to score, and at the intervid had a lead of 13 points. thle scores, being,--. Northcote 4..5 (29 points). Brighton 2." (16 points). T.he Nortlicite. follo(vin?g were en courgei by the fo o thee form of their play ers, and .they ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914
SOUTHERN CUOSS Football eompetitions No. L Victorian : Football -?ssociation: Slos. PRIZE: A prize of 10/- will be awarded the competitor fulfilling all the condi tione of this competition, or pro aata if more than one. CONDITIONS. L-Competitors to name on the coupon provided in this colt the coupon. S.-Competitors to be residents of the Town of Brighton, City of Caulfield, or Shire of Ilooreb; 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.s 6.-Coupons to be addressed FOOTBALL COMLPETITION, The Editor, "Southern Cross," BRIGHTON. (Incomplete Address will . Disqualify).: - 7.-The deciaion o~ the Editor to. be final in regard to all matters. S FOOTBALL COUPON. + ".1 No.1. . 1, + VICTORIAN FOOTBALL + +. ASSOCIATION. 4+ +, --- + inners. August 1. + + . ........ . _.... . . . . T. G 2....