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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Educationla) ROSBERICON, GIRLS' GRAIlARI SCIOOL and NORTH iROADl 'NORtTIl B1l1GIIT0~ 5 minutes iroln Cardensale f Statibj 10 ninutes fromn Electric Tdrni: Large grounds ; excelle?it aecomnioda tion for Boarders.: Pupils Prelmrel for University, Primary, Junior, anm Senior El.inaIaltin;ons; Also for Universit;I Local Examina tions in M1usic. PrineipalsL MISS ''ISDALL: AND , 11155 CONSTANCE TISDALL,. .A. Clnss Singing and Physical Culture have always formed part of the cur raiul.n. I)aucing and Spcial; Plhysical Cul ture Iessons are open to Non-Pupils. Three Terms for 1914'Begin- . February 10th. June 2nd. September "15th. Pupils may be -nrolled anyi tae. pro rata. ' "NORFOLK" GIRLS'. SCHOOL,: SOUTH ROAD E UONDv IA Y, SUB-P'RIMA tY. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. The school is beautifully sittated, ,with exceptional accommodation . for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR and SENIOR PUBLIC Examinationa'; also for University and all other exhminia tions in Music. Phy-ical Cult...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Moorrabbin Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Maorabbin' Council. Tli.) ordinaryn meetiiig ot thP loor" when held one3ndny. wlhen thepresident (Cr. ]erolnando), and Cis: Scudd., Ahite; Koly,, ?3ron ildc "Smith Mlarriott .3'ills, Shields, EfgcstohSmall,. and I.Burgei.B .s at tended.;': .-,V d callin pon' the c oil's t?t th:ost of clarig ay ,~be ?eilt. Thi::.brk 'wails it?limtcd to b ost. 0,000-, of which aunt tie councils wero to find h- . They cosidtIC d that the matter was intportLt Ii courcils as certain prineiils would be allirniix if the measure were carried it was decided to iniorii the ,Ea.gl" lnwVlr council, thlat they cCould not stil ort the proposal s n the past they 'had beer. cal~ l, ulpof to pay th hawole costd cCoistructlng anti clean' %VILIL *SLro^ cistrclad iu,_outj. =-in , ru.a . : - :I was only recel vimi /- per day niit had to provide a conveyInnce t-i . tail his paint abo 't irom one '.plac: to another. The Engineer- r:..ulajinl ?t that thlL m ploye was only ai-.l 7/- per day. . The 1'reside't :cimarked that ...

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Croquet. THE BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Croqcuet ITHE: B IG hTON -C1;UIt TI l:annuiml a iny tbsg of the Brig htois Cro?niet. Cluli' is arinoiinced for. :Lrida? 'ek: ;ine;; th iBright6,. To ?. JFdli. T he? clui : has ;een; cry -iieessful iiLce : its forwiition thr., -eawrs -ago. The" srounos,: ihich ''re :situatel Close to. theb i:iddle :Briohton- railway stea tion: i are l all that couihl e deliled: The chili? niabership has increased to ?uich an- etent :tht it it: has Ieen found necessarv to el'.lage? the pilaying area bi' iiroidin,. four' additional lawns, and this :')'oitk is'. now iwell in' hand. !'h luCli) npriose ;holding a ifete in the Drill Room inOi' povember 13fti and 14th. firing tlini top-:ressing of the lanvr.s. an open :toirniament was held at 'prisa te court.; forI: which 92 en tries r:e?ii d.ved "lie winners w ere c-"Al' asstli isnesea Green andl A'Belett B ' a Mf' r ln-;.; Stranger aiid l'31rs :.ad =class, -Mrs. ,Tra cey Trpe;. aiid: 3frsi Sndeimani. All members are req esiiteid .to atte nd the ?uiiual 'n...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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BRIGHTON CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

PRI(HllON CHURCH 01F: CRIST: -.. last Saturday. \ew narlet .deeatd rigliton :: at Newiniarket ~ :thei final cores being 'Newarket 7.3t (3 jiiaints) •hrighton 5.10 :(-10 ipoliits) ::.iTh hole of the last quarter :ias?iBrighton's, ilt , cwimarktilthad too lig a leaa or th~cm to overhaul. ,' To-day Soutlh Richimondn.vill visit •irighton.; .The: lncd. team. .nust play as thle?s did in the : final gquarter last Saturdav, as Solith is .a hlard -team to meet.' The local team: kill be as ollos :-D-lrnler (captain), Angus, rl'tlhur, Brooks, ? Carier,; Crook (2), lerguson,, Hazard, -.IKidgell, Mann, Hliliis, Richardson, Sharp; tanley (2),. Iilliums, Young; Emergencies-Lam bert, Strongman.a: Nexit Saturday. Brighlton agiuin play Southi JIiclinornl' on account of-the de :ision of itie Associatidn r?-gardaing a lispute.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Football (Continued from other side. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

(Continuei froin. ther side. game" started alioiit :ifur o clock. "A;f ter the' first u,:ainrter ýParl; players left the :round; but, the game was nre sume .by thlire:e "Brighton and one I arl pliyer. 3iliddle Brighton put oil 47 "goals, 'and t?owards the. end the Park ':player broke through, and got a gohl. t,' :: ;' .....:r.,.:v : , "lr.?;Kidd;' moved that the, score lnduiiie?l;bv.,liddleh Brighton le . na -Ir. ' Burnett moved asean amuend nmlnt t~:tt lthe score. c ltand. at .ltiddje, r'ighton :1.5. (11 'poinis), anid Moor-. nighi Park 1.0 (6 points). After disciession the fn oai?n?lnt was carried by eight civote, to.i.Lx: TO -AS i S i'TCHFS. nrrumi v. 'loorabbin Park. f:entone '.i.: H1eatherton? . Black MRock:.v.. ifooral?i.n. Caulield, v Cheltedmi in. SMiddle Brighiton a 3bye . .I UNIORS. . ("aecond Seminflnal) Ll tern, ik- ;.i(s~ o Iil:rlo". ,; P.OSYI'IO"S (ioFr4Li35 Clul::' ".W. L D: PtsiB d: iliddl "- :B rightb? ; ~ 52 ? - rhelteihiniu 5.0...2 1-; 5 ":216 Ihoirabbitir . ' ` 9...

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A COTTAGE GARDEN IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

A COTTAGE GAR1uFx IN NORTR QUEENSLANDA O3, the first dav of .JanhutiY, thile orth Qerllslander begins gro5..l his on peltg nt d brans, the roundt is probnablv a" hrd "s thllt, aut great banking clouds portac. . the rig. .nanure nal grfth Tie gr.dhen colnmi of the wet ses rnt The garten is, likely, a wilderness of L.tana, Chinanp~lle, Sid, IRetu!t, Bina)iy, Flannel-wM t '( aI will :nasfr Oil hane a hot time before the determ ined attack of the cottager. Dig, dig, dig, Inanur!e nnl gTraft ; more showers, anld n 0ood tiltll rewards him. Th btisexuall i ilaw is tile first s. i sonf t;ell nmontle flrom sowingl the gardetner is rewarded with great, long, cylintrlal Ilt of enor"s size, " l mnst ready for ntarketing, and 'by the first anniversary of planting eachl tr?e will hner 3 - -10 or WI lovely fruit o1, it. ('The pjawpawI is one of the. most luscious of tropical fruits, pro teiform in lualitv aldses. The mnothl-leav#dl Cayen ne npieIlol nest cngages the attention or andl by Easter uex...

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Robberies. ADDITIONAL CASES IN BRIGHTON A YOUNG MAN WAYLAID. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Robberies. ADDIrION\ U F iEl'b II BRICELTON -A XOUMG IA(N I YLAll. [:he l? ? 'larr?nist is. stil in; the distriot.'-.' OnWedinesda--evening a visit swa.s pii o Mris. Falkiter's reei dencef iln Cihrpernter street,. whilst the ietniite's'i'ere ut.: the bInack, and frtom a": front liedrodmi n was;= stolen two ladies' silver lwa:Tiiclies and a' coral incklace .rvahied 'at '. trance was effected- by'ior:emgopen a .front win dow biet?-iwitvee 7 io. l: . a 'cloek. 'I'Theire are inliihtioiins thtathe thlief must aive bleen distlrbfed in his operationis, for :thei: ?ere :a n'umber.of maitches oii the floor of th hull uitd `close to the -oor of oine :of the, side roosms. Coist. Mc?Kerral,' : wo inwisfigratie the coiilplinto discovd rel' one, ol the cases in "whichl a watcl ,was kept,. belhind the,- lihoardiin:.ial?the corner of Box shmall itreet: . i'O; 'the saue "evening MIrr. Gray,, 'of'illiani, street, was dis turbedl by hearsinme ,sonicone emndeavcr iig:to, -force open tle ; ithe d;i wi ;...

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"THE PLAZA." FAVOURITE DANCING AND SKATING RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

FAVO UIIIT'IE f.\ (NCINX( ANI) SKA'T' . IN( lt.S'ORT. It is only onl step from thel Ilrijht on train to "The Plazan" at So?tll Yllrra, and the crowded trains nightly bring patrions ron stations along the line frirll ?lnnirinlhliia to I'rahran. Forlmerls' the Soutiih Yrril Skatin, Rlink, "The Plaza'" liallroonm i bauti fully decorated and )perfect: arran L,, ments are mninde for ilnnlin.r (frontl to 11 p.m. for I/-). .A famlous hand slntliK's musicn andi the lutest ldanc·s are taulliht. Th'I nt enilicreit skatinp !oo"r is well-knownii to patrons of skating fromi this district. IDances i'en by Mrs. lBowes Ketlly, llrs. Ita 'is. niitd MrsI. Stephenson wi-re sill. •estsfully hehlt turing the lpast fort ni.hti, whilst priz's were won as' lol Ilis Inat Saturilayv night. at a juvenilet plain Iandt faiinl drIss all :--Faine lanre, hose: Sinimon ; Hlighland fling. M1aggit Enieri- two-step, the llisse* Ethelliel orris-in anti (',cilia llelr.. .A snow al'tz, with limelight eltct. wa. a erenat ...

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Brighton's Band. DRILL ROOM CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Brigtons BD and DRILL 10031 .COXCEIJTS T :''?giht's programnme is well up. to tlihe stindard. Mould the famnous ven traloquist, with his happy family;, will appear in items, which will be enjoy ed by old and young. The two Spile kers. in their wonderful musical act, playine on all sorts of instruments, and the favourite comedian, George Spilckcr, will make their first appear ance under the auspices of the band. The great star picture. The Secret of the Rine. a very thrilling detective drama by the Cines Co. (the pro ducers of Quo Vadis) ; The Race, a famous Keystone comedy: " A Full flouse, a screamine comic; Thieves (a second star picture); and many other dramatic and comic pictures. The hand will play in front of the Coffee Palace, Bay streeW, at 7.30, and thence march to the Drill Room via Bay st. and Barkly st. Nest year's miembers tickets were discussed- at the commit-tee meetins on Tuesday evening, when it was decided to issue them at 2/6, datinL from the first Saturday in Sep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

ROY AL EICIANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire, Marine Accident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeanx, Manager. DISTRIC. AGENCIES. Pe IGITON-S. F. Simmonds, IEstate Agent, Bay Streel. MIIDDILE BIIIGIHTONI-Connor and Alford, Estate Agent Church. Street. ST. KILDA--Prince and. Co.,;Estatd Agents, '56 High Street. ::.: SANDEINGHAM-Round and Co,,.. Estate" Aents, Melrose :Street.' CAULFIELD-Harold Looker .and Co., :Estato6: Ants, opposite Station ' RALACTAVA-A. E. Forter. .Estate A'ent. 20R r[e'.re6 ELSTERENII7CK-BEER, EOTTS and JOHNSON, Estate Agents, Glenhunt-' ly Road. KLLED J BARTLETT JNDER GOVERNMENT FAMILY BUTCHE, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry ': Daily. , Poultry and Rabbits Always on Hand. Carts Daily to Ormond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick, East Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie, Gleni Huntly and Murrum...

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Police Courts. CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Police Courts. 'CAUrFIEi Thle unus al scctnacle of bencli. Iar, and prosee ting. pdlice' holdin,!"a con ference over,-: map- of the intersee tion of :.. alalavan ' and :IIiiAwthor roads, anird iatt'iltliri n" to' decide - the coar-e: ta ien by: two motor I\ eict'les .on , 11i ,nioh1ii0f of1 Sunday, JIu ily. 12, was witrics?ied at Caulfield :Court ye thq `case `Va' 04 one in whlich: W. nI .Broan cl'hauffeur in thehein ploy_.. of the .tCity: Motor. Co.; Tooriak;: was cliarged :withl haising drivelr,a motor. car to ti idangr of the l public, acd, Swith '? hat iig mcaud reious bodily injuiry to a 31r Codfre?;. ofMalvirm. ,-Govtrranat_,milo - . : . - Aceordinig?tor tihe witnessesi-on boll t sides, each' wis : travellinga it- the rat,' .of fromii:'eight" to ten miles-. an hour, 'hiileid otlier' i-ohicl : ii as doing 20 lo0 30 :miles .;i'anid 'l upwards. Coistiable Ratcliffe, wli had, arrivetl on the .-esneu immediatelY, after the accident;, ahid': .3:a .' Il hstock, who 'liaild itns ed :t...

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Municipal Elections. CONTESTS DEVELOP KEENNESS. CANDIDATES ADDRESS RATEPAYERS. QUESTIONS OF THE HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

mlunicipal Electisons. cOrA I I'S 'S? \)l.o DIl KlESS:RATEPA ;,? ;-. QUtSI*IO)\c;.p ..0e t. E intnu-nees theI:qcliditisdt' :hve heeni orkli in lth Iici h tno' itre't lits hi;enii kt inti .e i coaitest ? for ico.;.maniy i8 past. I..g \ith four io. `still t go: i;tl -the, inost trýi1. .iork still to heliE .!one,c'nulidiates h~ok forw?rd to ? a strenluious 'time 'uli to i0i1llin ilay. l. is 1t ic :iitS ial :thait ine?ti» gun nddrtissie ( and con.liiiinan .rnii?ititm . lhaimuer lht i .t hat hal ickle, elect?r?,. "uilcertaiin coa.l iind hard tfo pleaie,'' shall l: looked tp.aind :placat ied, alda Ili ~ 'iletils :Oinf : cii dative',eai?lnign mn.tt be ii a'tillised iito et privet or ganiisatioi .'to 'work ' s?lccesfullv'y:. on` elcctioli dii' Such ktlciinn's he '?:not e.nerally tiiil:eld helections all round in former .years. ini the Ehant"t Ward . 'lr: .atlian, hs oii ford.ani a il Tih" ains' to6ei: and theie s reti ti a largte a tr tenianie'i ai iii flting in the-';'hnl. itet ietliclist ...

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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 25, 1914. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's; thy God's, and, truth's. SATURIIDAY, JULY 25, 191l1. District News BRIGHTON. - To-morrow (Sunday), at :a1.1J p.m., . Rev. S. L.- Bucklcy, S.A.,; who ; .'has recently returned froni London, where _ie has been working in the slunis, and who is now in charge of St. James', Ivanhoe, will give an address to men on the Social Conditions of the East End of London. Mr. Buck l.- is one of the rising young men of the Church of England, and is a'vcry fprcelul sneaker. All men are invited to attend at' St. Andrew's Church, where the .gathering will take place under the local- C.E.M.S. the work o, the curator of the town council 'in beautifying the sur rounudings of the Setrt 3Lemorial by plantm, shrubs and flowers is being lspoiled through the depredations of wandering cattle. The damage could ne enasry prevented by the council erecting an angle rail fence whire the dwarf stone wall had recently; blan con.structedl, which would" stop the cattle ...

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CHELTENHAM v. GARDENVALE. A FAST OPEN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

A" FAT OiJ3N G ltlli. The, fiirsi ;Tsemi-final of:the Junior grade wa. played at ;.-Cfentone lust Saturday be fore?; siiuall attenduance. nardcenivale' were* ratheri late, in arri a gt;i ematch not starting till 3.35, and.. su coonsequence the last quarter was: played in semi-darkness . Chel tenhani were out .on the field early, kicking, and looked to • be well trained. Just before the start lReaby, one of their players, sprained his ani kle, and lHutchinson repliced him. The introduction of boundary um pires made the game v\ry fast, and both teams were about done at half time. The ruck work in the first two qiarters wias rather spoiled through the faulty throwing-in of one of the boundary umpires. Gardeavale won the, toss, tanll de, ided to kick to the south goal. Chelten Iham were the first to hiandle, but tie ball whis kicked out. Blarber (c.) se cured on the throw in, at,d played to Mlains, who from a iiark found the oipening. Gardettnale obtainedl a free kick, from which a sing...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

'I'here wa, s .adevelopmei lniltiring the weekI in remardi to theilest i tidinir otest, wheii ,;Ifessr4 AisteeC aindl J ar rint i rli?iittedl their claims to arhi tratioini o as' lot to split the sate it Ie linmpton ni'd.i Cr': Snmlt :unil 1r: F.I. : " Francis e?epreseiited _.31i. Firreit; -?and 3 Messrs': Fee and' Criflithi urgýedl:3lr.:'A iste's eause, iith' Dl : I?arvy as :i?lependea?t inilrei;' After hearin the piarties, lr..iAnste accep t?I?: :tlh`e decision of the iirlitratoir? iid: agireed to witlhdraw anid support Mr. Farrant. Th.-withdrawal is sub= jsct t'" i.rtain: inimote cotiitngencies. li'h. positiona has : nceordingiy ,resolved itself' iinto a cotitect :lieticeei' Messrs t arrant: iiifc JI. O3 ?."?eg - ai rant -will meot hisi riends aid iii pliorlt4r Wiat liiliett on Monday tiiS.Jip iii=3m s. t hoods' :tore. ." IT- the- iutitsI i diitis n icitin' of Mr. 3rilcar ney'a friienius sas i+eld at Celleteili;iil on Widdnesdasi ,lwheni a conniittee? wsis formed .; r. Mlacai:t w...

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CR. STRONG'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

CR ST1RO G'S VIEWS. ,;here was a large attendance of rateipayers at =Cr. W. J. V.' Strong's meetin-: of friends and supporters held o:b 'lFriday-night; 17th.-inst., at the Murhiby street hall. Mr. V. Groom occupied the 'chair. Apologies for absence were received from the Icon. J. C. Campbell, Hon. W. H. Edgar. Co!. Ewen Cami I?ll and many others. Cr. Strong mave a very comprehen sive statement of the works and im provemnents ellected in thd ward dur ing the ten months he had been in the council. Ile.quoted figures show il_ that the North Ward had more spent on -it out of its revenue than any other ward in Brighton. the amount expended on the ward in pro portion to its revenue being in excess of the TAeal Government Act require iments. }Ie strongly protested against the pIresent s.ystem of removal of house hold garbasge, and advocated, as lie had always advocated, and been out voted in the council, a freed compul sory, and unifornm service. He said it was altogethcr unfair to those r...

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MIDDLE BRIGHTON'S RECORD SCORE. Not Allowed by the Association. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

I?l)DI.E BIIGIITON'S RECORD SCORE. Not Allowed by the Association. Consideration was rivenio bv the Fed eral Association or. Tuesday to the claim by the ]Middle Brighton club that they had kicked a record score against 3foorabbin Park. They as serted that they had kicked 47 goals 5 behinds to 2 goals. Mr. Barnett (Moorabbin Park) men tioned that his club started with only eight men, and after the first luarter they decided to abandon the match. The scores at that stage were Bright on 5 behinds and M?oorabbin Park 1 goal The .umpire bounced? the ball, and I:righton olytained a lonl, after which the latter players walked off the ground. Brighton's captain wanted him to sign the score card that they had scored alncentury, lut this he refused to do. After further argu ment they prevailed upon the umpire to bounce the ball, and they had a run albout:the ground. Mr. Berriman (Middle Brighton) ex plaired that his club arrived on the ground at 2.15i, and there were a number iof Park players...

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Association Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Association Meeting. The .Fleral A.Ioeiation Iaet at .Moo rabbfn on Tuesday, when most of the clubs were represented, and '?r. Mackay occupied the chair. ROUC:Ii PLAY. Player Disqualifial for Two ~litches. Umpire Jenkins reported 1). Bowen, of ('nulfield, for hitting Mossington, of Carrun. IHe stated that the in cident occurred during the third quar ter. Bowen was getting away with the ball when Mossin-ton accidentally put his hand on Bowen's back. Thel latter player fell, and when he got up he struck Mossington. When he told Bowen that hii would be reported he Raid that he was struck lirst, and only hit back i,. self-defence. .ossinrton said thlh if he struck Lowen it was accidental. Ilowen did not put in an appear ance, and no evidence was called for the defence. - Mr. Penny and Mr. Stewart moved that Bowen he stood down for the rest of the season. An ameniimeent, by 'r. Bristow and, Mr. Lrck that Bowen be .stood down for two Saturdays was. carried.. ,riP JUNIOR SEMI- L\ALU-. Coni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

For Warmth and Somfort. Use a Kerosene Heater. No. 101, Ruby Front,17/. - - No. 120; Ruby Front, 19- . No. 1200 Mica Front, 18/- - One-Fire Stoves, 45/-. " TlI eintador " Haidsoine Finish;32/6. Inc andescent Burners, Mantels and Fittings. Gas and Electric LightiugIn stalled. Garden Tools, Seccateurs,&c. - ? - frotm 1/ to 10/ Spades foi 2/11,3/6, 4/6. Slkitels frdm 3/6, 3/9, 416 'sHARDWooD, F?LOORING;, LINING, WEATHE4BOARDS, RED GUM, .ALINGS, LTATHS, LIME,' CEMENT AT CITY PRICES.' f. 1 J. WEBSTER, TI.RER I MERCHANIT...and _IRONMONGER, Opposite STATION, ELSTERNWICK; ?And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. .** +.******.******************++rr ********+++**********++++ *** ***** . W . GRTelephone _2447Windsor Motor, Carriage and Lorry Builder. S OTHING BETTER ON VEEL3 The Prize Lorry Builder-Melbourne Show and? All Principal Shows. LORRIES a SPECIALTY(built ;o suit any purpose), DOUBLE & SINGLE LORRIES, FARMERS' MARKET GARDENER'S WAGGONS FARSI DRAYS, TIP-DRAYS. - PONY JINKERS, THREE-QUA...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Brighton East Ward Election. SMr. H. NATHAN TlE .PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS OANDIDATE, Will Address the :Electors IN THE. - Mal e-st. M ethodist Schoolroom ON Thursday Next, July 30, AT 8 P.M. Ull. East Ward Ratepayers Invited. Mr. Nathan will outlirea Vigorous policy b'''PROGESS?E-R:IFORMS, i-i~tm . live administration of the affairs 'f the East Ward int particular and'. thl e Town gen erally.. . .. INRiICISEN, Spe?f? tary Board and Residence VrACANCIES-for BOARDERS, near ' . station.' Modbury House, 35 Carpenter, st., 31l. Brighton: ,TTAN'TRlJEby-yound working man I BOARI) and LODGING, in or near Ila street, private family . pre ferred. State terms, "W.F.," care of Siinlis, hairdresser, Bay st. Election Notices 3 ItIGUCTON EAST W?ARD. LEC *. TION. COltMI'rTEE and SUPPORTERS SOF-NIR. I. NATJIAN 3t'EET WEDNESIDY EVENING Next (29th), at S o'Clock, At IIinrichsen's Estate Agency, Bay * Street, To Take Steps to Insure Ilis Return. 1. IIlRICIISEN. Secretary. r rOIWN OF BRIGHTON. - NORTlII WAR...

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