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A new Preacher AT BRIGHTON CHURCH OF CHRzST AN INTERESTING CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

i .tew Preacher AT BRIGHIITON CHIURCII OF CHIRzST UTAN ]TElR STING CAREER. A new preacher has come to Bright   on in the person of Mr. Geo. Moore, M.A., a Victorian who left the Com monwealth nine years ago in order to take a university course in America to equip himself for the ministry. To-morrow he will commence a term of engageement with the Church of Christ, Wilson street, Middle Brighton. In his university career Mr. Moore has been unusually successful. In the year 1908-9 he won the gold prize in junior Henrew, and the Funk and Wagnall's prize in senior Hebrew in 1909-10. In Drake university in 1911 he won the A.B. degree, taking the highest honours, a feat never be fore accomplished by a male student (but always previously by a lady) and won the Harrington gold price in classical Greek given for the highest grade over a per In the year 1911–1912 Moore was         appointed instructor in classical Creek at Drake ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Federal Football MIDDLE BRIGHTON v. CAULFIELD. AN EVEN THREE-QUARTER GAME. THE SEASIDERS FINISH STRONGLY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Federal Football AN, EVENT TIIREE-QUiTfFR:'ft GAME. TIHE SE iSIi)ERS FL\ISHi STIIONGLY The 'match between Middle Brightosi and Caulfield was played a'on the Brightoin Beach siproad; and attracted a good attendance of football follow ers. '- The gamr as a lat in startling owing to Caulfield nrot being 'able, to get a full team together.- They:sthar ted with two short;, but after' the fuirst terni they' persuaded :tawo of the spectators to don the colours.?-;: The clubs were representel a s fol lows 3Jl)DI.E BIIIGHTO'\: Back--,Winchcoml,'- Grant;: Burley: Half-back-Brooks, Lnhler, Beulke.: Centre-Creber, llrunier ,Richiirds. Half-forward--Angus, Seach; Cainp iell. Forward--Sellars, ýEdin?onds, Iiitth: F'ollowers-Stew?m t, ?Kidgil . Rover-JLee. CAULFIELD. Back-I'. - Hansen, Bristow, D. Hlan? Italf-back-Corliss. Dalziel. Ward. , Centre-Sutherland, Mills, -Bourke.' Half-forward-C. Bowen, G. Bowen, Woods. Forward-Drummond. Collier, Cale man. FIollopsers--fiickey, D. Bowen. lRover-Young. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

::,- For Warmthand 'Use a Kerosene Heater. SNo.,101, Ruby Front,17/. - - - "No. 120, Ruby Front, 19/ No. 120, Mica Front, 18. - - O...:ne-Fire Stoves, 4.5/ "TThe Matador" Handeome.Finish, 32/6. - Incandcscontl:lrners, Mantels and Fittings. Gis and Electric Lightinig Installed. Garden Tools Sccter, c. - - -from 1/. to 10 Sp'ides f oes;0/11, 3/6,416. Shovels from 3/6, 3/9, 4/6. HARDWOOD;. FLOORING,; LINING~,-WTVATHlIRBOARDS, RED G.UM, i;PAIINGS, LATHS, LIME, CEMENT AT :W. 'CITY PRICES. " J. J. WEBSTER, TIMBER MAIERCHAANT and- IRONMONGER, Opposite STATION, ELSTERNWICK; . And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. W. GEORG ,'44Vidsr Motor, Carriage and Lorry Builder. OTHING .ET TER ON O ýHEEL s IN . The Prize Lorry Build r-Melblurne Show ane' All Principal Shows. LORRIES a SPEOIALTY(built o suit any purpose), DOUBLE & SINGLE LORRI[S, FARSIRKRS' MARKIT GARDENEGR' WAGGONS . FAR, DRAYS, -,TIP.DR YS. PONY JINKERS, THREE-QUARTER:SIIXFr SULKIES, DOUBLE-. SEATED. IUGGIES, Or any class of Vehicles kept in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Firstand Foremost. W. Robinson. Butcher, New St. Briqhton 'Phone'1245. Established 1859 Brighton East Ward Election. Monster Open-Air Meeting. uMr. H. NATHAN THE PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS CANDIDATE, Will Address the Electors AT THE corner Nepean Rd. & Milroy St. ON Tuesday Next, August 4, AT 8 P. M. TAll East Ward Ratepayers Invited. ? M[r. Nathan did not exhaust his policy of REFORMS at last Thursday's monster mfeeting, and will continue his' address as above with a lot of fresh matter. F. HINRICHSEN, Secretary. [M".+M"Mw.Nr"M..f".ý...Nr.ý..ý»Wr"«W.. ... • . H .. ..«.ti«MWN.MWC·.···-'··I: TOWN .OF BRIGHTON. East Ward Election. Cr. G. H. ALFORD Your RESIDENT Representative,?' " WI1,L Address the Ele trs : Of the East arid on Thursday Evening Next AUGUST 6, in the Methodist Schoolhall Corner Male and Byron Streets, At Eight o'Clock. A. E. Brown, Hon. Sec - Small Edwards Auctioneer, Sworn Valuers, Estate Agents,] Gardenvale. - Hampton. Sandringham;l hone 860 Brighton.: 'Phones 85 a...

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SOCCER. SANDRINGHAM V. CAMBRIAN UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

SOCCER. SANDRINGHAM V. CAMBRIAN UNITED. The seasiders paid a visit to Albert Park- last Saturday, to meet in the second round of the Cup Competition, Cambrian being runners-up so far in their pennant matches. A stiff game was expected, and although Sandring ham won by four goals, they were kept bosy for the greater part of the game. The following eloven tool the field: -Bingham, Saunders, Cann, McKen zie, Auty, Andrews, Manger, F. Allan, V. Cann (capt.), Poster, Overett. The visitors lost the toss and opetned the game, with a stiff breeze to battlo against. Cambrian meant business from the start, and invaded Sandring ham's citadel. Off-side saw Cann send out to the left. Manger and Allan, when making good headway, were stopped. If anything, the Welshmen had the best of the play. Overett centrendntl Cann narrowly missed. Bandringham were settling dlown, and were showing to better :dvantage. Andrews sent downfield to Foster, who, in turn, played to Overett, the latter shooting; but th...

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BRIGHTON CHURCH OF CHRIST F.C. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

BRIGHTON CHURCH OF CHRIST F.C. Last Saturday, Brighton played South 'Richmond, at Brighton. Thie game was the most evenly contested that Brighton have figured in. At the end of the match the scores showed in Richmond's favour by six points. They were Solith Richmond, 12.7 (79). '>Brighton, 10.13 (73). Brighton have the hyo to-day. Next Saturday, the local team will play South Richmond again, at South Rich nond.

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METROPOLITAN. ELSTERNWICK v. FITZROY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

-LSTLRE I 1;ý: TI?i/ROY::!;." There wasja .:lare ntiierlance to wiiness . tlhe'. "iitdchA'lttvwe -n lstern wick andaFitZro?r,?Jusii r:l i'ni)ed oni the"Eleternmiidck ,.rounil - A g'ool deni of interest'?sas?. ; iif i ~nifested" in :thle gtame, 'as I itzr- `- 'are. lightirng i.it nIaiinlaiii4 :tlc ;hr i.litiii . in.. t lhe fal foiir, .'and. Elsternw ick Ihinve ji' t a smanull chliane f. getti'n iin the iinauls. The ga~n wits h?rdl fought nand keenly ciiitestetdiiid; the?C was little letween the taiani ilt the intierv~l, when scores ( tood wlliserniick '. and iFitzroy 3.6. JIlstcriic'k pllavyed brilliantly in the third quarter, inl 'iln the last quarter they played a uine ddeli sive ganfe, stavnius off sonl hard attacks made by Fitzrov. The final scores were : Flsternwick 10.9 (Ft points); Fitzroy Juniors, 15.13 (43 points). The win ners were best served bly Worle, Creen, Grim. Owen (5 goals),. Weuley, Wil inama, and HIarbolrd, and tho losers by Keaeally, Miller, Wells and Murphy. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Accident Workers' Compensation., VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST.; MELBOUIRNE.. J J. C. Journea, Mannager. :: DISTRIC! AGENCIES.' IlRIGIITON-S. P. Simmnonds,' Istate Agent, Bay Strei,. IIIIDDLE BRIGHTON-Connor and Alford, istate Agents, Church Street. ST. KILDA--Prince and Co.L'Estate Ageiits, "2G High Street. SANDRINGHAM-Round and Co., Estate Aents, Melrose Street. CAULFIELD-Harold ILooker and Co., Estate Agents, opposite Station4 (GARI)ENVALE--Thomson and Collinson,. Istate Agents, Lardenvalc.. IAIACLAVA-A. E., Forster Esltate A4ent. 206 Carlisle Street. EISTERNWICK-BEER, MIOTTS and JOTINSON, Estato Agents, Glenliunt ly Road. ALLT . BARTLETT GOVERNMENT FAMILY BUTCHE, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator; at work on the Premises. Green Bone'for Poultry Daiy.ly Poultry and'Rabbits Always on Hand.-:: t Carts Daily to Ormond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwi...

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Association Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Asslociation Meeting. :' siieciual miceting o ltih Federal As sociltion? t ?t a is, held onilTuiesdlsy to cotisider:thei jiosition ,that had arisen in :coiiectioii tith ithe sniiafi al match betweei?.; Garldernialeand UCheltenham. iAt,?tlic. tlast-ri?tinti, it: was dis covered 'that tGuirdýnanle. had played two uinregitered hislayers, but as the seiretairy.. of the chi contended the Iwn had beei registered an opportuni ty Was given-him sto produce the duplicate ,-copies of theregistration formns; Th'ease were smbmitted to the Assqciition secretary, wh6o foind, that thel date on 'the sl4p did not tally wiithli the dut.' otb the Association meeting:' lhe delegates resolved thiatl Garden ale sliouhld loe the match. On ierusal of the Cheltenhamn list of -players it wais ;ilso: fouild '-that they fiad lIlal ed inr gisterkd players ii the nmatch ;and they were ined 10/-. hlie secretanris- of this, arious clubs hliae beeni: '.reeiestod to bring 'their lists of registered plhelars' to the A...

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Election Speeches. MR. PASSE ADDRESSES NORTH WARD ELECTORS PARTISANS MAKE A LIVELY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Election Speeches. MR. PASSE ADDRESSES NORTH WARD ELECTORS PARTISANS MAKE A- LIVELY MEETING. STrhe municipal electioneering camn patin opened in earnest this week, when the candidates addressed the ratepayers in support of their claims. Mr. J. J. Passe, who is opposing Cr. Strone, held a meeting at the Murpliv tetreet hall, Ghardensale, wh?ei. was attended hv about 150 residents of the North Ward. Mr. 71. Joucs, president of the North Ward Progress Associatioin, occupied the chair, and several speakers supiorters Mlr Passe. -.- Mr. J." J. Passe, who was given an enthusiastic reception, said:--I nm anxious that this election shall be keptc free from any personalities. 1 would .like to congratulate the rate payers of the Ward on the success that attended their efforts in regard to the destructor site. I abm not opposed to destructors. I ntm strongly lis favour of destructors. The Toiwn of Blrightoo n is sadly in need of some such muacllin cry to destroy our rubbish and keep Birighton ...

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ALL SOULS CHURCH OF ENGLAN SANDGIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

, ALL SOULS'.CIIURCII OF ENGLAND, SANDRIINIGHA. Proposed new building in Bay.road, estimated to cost £1,7).. Parishioners and friends are invited to. signiy. their approval of the effort to meet the needs of the parish in this direction by forwarding eabscriptions" to wards the cost of the proposed structure. 'The RIev. 11. II. J. Norwood, Th.L., is Vicar. • . -. . . . _ . . : . • ,?

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Our List of Experts. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Our List of Experts. Lat ·Sturlyug numtcheis presetedt 'cry littln iiliculty ifn"selcetiig, al= though' a .nimi r 'f ii:';te coiititors. ,ant astrain on the? Briilitoii-Poirt ~fel, bionrne; iiaatcch c I nhe winijers :er . i Tully' 'Brighton T W',WilsoniiBriglt on.,: 'P.Vl Whrbio 'Sanilrighain.gin. tG. Mather Elstern. ck. . lPettit, Sandlringham. C. Diart, Brighton. D. Gibbs, Brighton. "E. .Barnett, Black Rock. L. Clinch, ri ghton. W. Callow, Brighton. B3iss Parker, Elsternwick. V. Iackey, Birighton. W. Jale.s, Brighton. J; Brownfield. leiJtherton? ! ' .L; Keclev. 3foorabcln. C. Russell, Garden'ale:. C. Thompson, Brighto.: .'B. McAvo, Brighton . - L.- :Wiiinus, Brighlton.: . G. WC. ii.duss, Brighton. HIf Winduss;- Brtion. A Stebbling, Brighton. :-p C : Erickson ;'l iighton:p . TIHE FEDIE RAL. .The : njiority p- of oiuipons c reioiýcd ror the'l ederal' competition hadl ' -the results correctlvy fore?sted for the siniort grade, bit aliragi >eircentage ailed. on the jiatuior semifina...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Doherty & Co. 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick,. 'Phone-Brighton 1747. 'PHONE 5324. Percy Bingeman (27 Years with Gaunt's) Ophthalmic Optician, LONDON HOUSE, .7 Elizabeth St. :(Next Equitable Building). UPSTAIRS (TAKE LIFT), 2ndJFLOOR. rITHE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS' S TRALASIA LIMITED. A BRANCH IS NOW OPEN for the Transaction of all Bankiing Business at 82 .QLENHUNTLY RD., ELSTERN-' WICK. Under the Management of M11. M .' ROWLAND JONES. E. 11. IEFOI ?DI), General Manager. 24/6/14. ' "LINSEED COMPOUND," of 40 years' proven eflcacy for Coulhs, Colds, Bronchitis, &c. "1 GROGAN'S "VINTER I CLEARING SALE F-" i s Now O, . ?- Y. AND WILL CoNTINUE Sfi DURING JLY.1 BARGAINS IN .I aLL DEPARTMEN''S. 1 54-56 GLENHUNTLY ROAD, F.- ELSTERNWICK. \ P ubl.c Notices. DONSERILVATORIUIM Studentl s -,Lj. ='vacancy..for Iew pupil_, Pian? forte; evenings. Termls, muder'ate. 1 lette?r,' "Student," Southern Cros Oflice. BOOT IL.SLE. BOUT ALE. B001. SALE. BOUT S_ L: BOOTSA0LE. BOUT 00 fl J. ...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. PORT MELBOURNE. THE LOCAL CLUB SUPERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Football. Ifm Jl io . PiORT M1LABOURNE. S' IfELUC, iCLBUBLPE RIOR. Therewas good crowd .'at tho Brigton Beach:. Oalo'n Saturda3, when' the .localtlibI and Port:, ie! loiirne1 teaii plAyedl their return atcli. ,' '--In- ?tbe local combilnation Doolan and ' eesE . reliievd aRoacli and ailes. 'IlTho placings wcre Bnick-Bodin, allace : IHalflfick -Nero, /Slater, K iijlitoul. Centre-Pattersoii , Heridersono"loo isalfforward To oeielDawson Bay Followers-Turiibull,'Wilo' The ga?lme.'w , piwied?: in -n'ae stu oius spirit thlirghout, buitowinig? to the lirmniess exercisied l-by the iiipire, ffildall,;: the :play ,was kkept-well in hand.. . .Th:i first quarter wn evenly contested,- and ' Briýhton o.tend .4tlhe first change" withi': -lead of- four poinfs.l ...The' scasliers ,playedl -with coPcerted a'action !during' .te . secoind term, and i'it fide 'oas out of aiino sliots.. - At '_thb'eintervi?ath :scores were- : - . '.' " . ' ", Brighton !9?4 (58 points). liort .Melbourne 4 4.':l8 ,S ipoilt...

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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, AUGUST 1, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Let all the'eods thou aim'st at be thy country'., thy God'., and truth'.. SATUri tllAY, AUGUST 1, 1014. District News BRIGHTON. T he Brighton branch of the Wo" :oin's C. hCristian .Te'Jmpnerance Union hold 'their annial meeting in tho .'oiwv'i fl]ail on Thursdayv week. Mr. G. WIoore will deliver an address oil 'The Othler Man,"' and a musical l'rogramnn me will be contributed by the CaUublrian Glee Party. 'The annual ball in connection : witli St.. James' Church,' -North 'road, will. take place' in the schoolroom on onldav cext Mrs. John Clements, senr.,i nssed away.at her residence, Dendy street, last Saturday, at the advanced ago of 81 years. Mr. and Mrs. Clements came from thie north of-Irelandin 185l, land ing at Port Fairy. They came on. to Melbourne- shortly afterwards, and 1r. Clekmnts Iwas engaged in the carry ing trade to the- flesdiga diggings, itil ?h?e subsequently settled in the Buightoni district,: gad took up market ,ardening.: Mrs. Clements survived ehr husbanid, whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

. ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS. A. J. Gillis, Piano and Organ Turner, REMOVED TO " Roath," Hampton Street,. Brighton,. All Orders will Receive Prompt Atte? tion. -Pianos Valued and Selected; Estimates Given' for Repairs' Auctions. THE ELSTERNWICK BRANCH of the ESTATE AGENCY of MESSRS. BUTCHER & ROBSON Has now been purchased, and will in future be carried on under the sole -Management of GEO. BUTCHER (late of Brighton), who is prepared to SELL YOUR PROPERTY COLLECT YOUR RENTS ARRANGE INSURANCES, &e. Local Agency Scottish Union and National Insur ance Co.--FIRE, ACCIDENT. Houses For Sale from £30 Deposit balance on Rent Terms. Land For. Sale Without Deposits BUTCHER & ROBSON (G. Butcher). Opposite Railway Siding, ELSTERNWICK. Telephone ......... Brighton 1661. OPEN SATURDAY AFTERNOONS. I Live on the Premises and am Always Available. Harold ' LOOKER & CO., AUCTIONEER (Harold -Looker, forsierly Partner and Auctioneer in late Firm of W. R. Looker and Sons), ESTATE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

THREE MEDICAL WINTER - `,;REM EDIES. Foster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAR REMEDY. ': It does not merely relieve a Cough, but it gives immediate relief, and removes the'caise. si FOR LOSS OF VOICE, HOARSENESS, - CHEST, AFFECTIONS, &c. POSTER'S Sm sin of God iveer Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime ` '. 1 & Soda. Pure & Palatable. :FOR PULMONARY AFFECEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. 1s. 6d. ost er's Record. Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. In cases of Deep-seated Cests Colds it is applied with advantage, is. Foster's Pharmac Church Street, Middle Brighton Telephone 1125 Brighton. .SICKLE BRAND RETORTED, CHARCOAL. i:hi; CI1ARCOAL is made at our Wood I)istillation Works at "-Warbur i. Itssuperior qualities are due to the fict that it is RETO'OTIED, "by n u .irora?s-aii i? piities are removed, leaving' Ielhind the pure CIA\R F '__ Ho usehold Use I1' IS UNEQUALILEU A\S A FUEL as it gives ClllEATEI IHEAT than . Wiodd, Coal,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

QTh 1UAL W B tycRher.I rr nn BAY ST, BRIMHTON, . T he SO _.. •Hampton St. Tel. 227 Brightoan. Dancinq Imr. 4 mrs £evwiland Proessocrs and Teanbers of Refined. Ballroom Dancing, Give Strictly PRIYATE LESSONS ny Hour, Daily, Evenings, anc Hold Superior Adult Beginners' Classes ON MONDAY EVENINGS, 8 to 11. TUESDAY . - WEDNESDAY, , THURSDAY. EVENINGS. FRIDAY Instruction 7.30 to 0.30 SATURDAY J Practice from 830 SATURDAY AFTERNOONS, 3 to 5.30. At Their Academy No. 264 DRUMMOND STREET (City end),. CARLTON. Call, Write or 'Phone 5608. Prospectus Pot .Free. ' t BRIGHTON & .IHAIPTON. * - Service i Elliolt, PRODUCE MERCHANTS, NEPEAN ROAD, BRIGHTON. Having acqjuired the old established business of E. M. GRANT, -At HAMPTON, desire to notify the resident. of the Brighton, Hampton and Sandringham- districts of their intention to cater thoroughly for their requirements in regard to FEEDS and FUEL. , . SERVICE and ELLIOTT,, HAY, CORN, CHAFF, And GRAIN' MERCHANTS, GROCERS, : WOOD and- COAL. ...

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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Caulfield Council. The Mayor (Cr. :E. C. Murphy) pre sided very ably over Tuesday's Caul field Counoll meeting. The business sheet included consideration of nearly 50 letters on matters more or less in volved, but these were smartly pre sented by the town clerk (Mr. F. Jowett) and as promptly disposed of by the tactful Mayor. The only long discussion was between Crs. King and Er?leston, ,who engaged , in a legal disputation, until the patience of Cr. Tyner ran out, and he raised thepoint that the discussion was not in order. The Mayor. of course, was compelled to acquiesce on the point being raised and everyone felt relieved and grate ful for the chairman's ruling. Present were :-The Mayor (Cr. Murphy), Crs. Egdleston, Fiske, Hall, Kitchen, King, Charles, Brookshasw, Tyner and Thomn son. :CAULFIELD JOY RIDERS. The Prahran-Malvern Tramways Trust submitted copy of agreement h tween the constituent councils for ap proval and sealing. The agreement was adopted on the resolution of Cr. K...

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Brighton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 1 August 1914

Brighton Council. The !fortnightly meeting of -the Br htoni Council was held on Monday and 'was 'attended' by the. Mayor (Cr. Wilson)?eand Crs. Francis, Cheeseman, Strong,. Hall, Burrows, Grout, Green, JIanbv. 1'ullmnn, Alford and Stone. "UN;IE LANES OFF' COLE ST. The engineer replorted that, -there ivere 983 feet of unmade rldhts-of-ways offi Cole"street. The roof water off thie houses : discharged?.? intd ,the drains, which were liable to becomne insanitary in suiiner: 'I The estimiated cost was z 'thoemotion of GCrs. Green and Stroig; tile egmfrr : as iisiructed to prepare plans' for :the construction of the Hles TllIE WEGI 1u GE T TO BEl RIE Th'e council's : persimc?t .:'.ith ?: a weigbridee has been far; rin I satis factory,.for it is only:~on .rare occa sions that the machlieinseisused. ;? he building;s-which is closeo:to0? the iBent Memoiial,: has beconii? aa aesesore oto thep piacea'ind- its removal"lias been advocated frotni'm tiit tinie The engineer reported that the 'dcos...

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