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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Heaping Value For YOUR MONEY. Lot's tell you a secret! Not withstanding the' fact thi ALLEN'S givoe great value in Shirts, PPyjamas, Flannel Under. wear, &c.-more. money SLILL c?n be saved byyourbuyingthe material at ALLEN'S and mak ' ing up the needed garments _ at home. SAVE MNONEY-MAKE UP YOUR FLANNEL GOODS. If you make them 11 yourself-they don't eat up your money especially when they are priced so low at ALLEN'S.' SfRIPED FLA'ELETTES, 27in. wide, 71d., worth Ol91d. yard; Sd, worth 101d. NATUIRAL FLANNEL, 10d., lid,. 1/-, 1/4!d. White, 1/:1 a5id., 1/(7d., 1/ld, yard. SSS BEST GALALEA, plain or striped,' 101d yard. Men's Summer Weight So, pretty patterns, Gd. pair. Every Price at Allen's enables you to save-Al lower again than at C-hapel Street. Come and See. * Opp. Post Office, W . F. Alle n, Elsternwck W H. Nicholsoni begs to intimate to the the thePublic of Glen Hntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districts, that hehz - Opened a Store at Glen oHuntly (Late Blundy),...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

District News BRIGHTON. :- Of the l iniany 'ew and modcrn build hins which have ?sen erected in Biigh tonirecently, a corn .store, which, has' been built .na Dell? streetitorl??ir. J. A Grant. of Munro. street, i? worthy of note. The structu,:- which.is entirely [of . brick, has '.een designed to. effiect j.,economy, in space and handlinig: of :gods:. rThe main -barn is a lofty, apartment, having a floor space of two .thousand square feet; and is cov= ? rced' by a roof of fifty. feet. span. "t:itljles, .icer lio;n and oflice accom :ninidatihmi are also. provided. The:bwhol ,of the work; was designed by Mr. Gor don 7M?urphy, A.R.V.LA., of Middle DBrighton, and wash erected by Mr. J. J Passe. Tl'he first general meeting of the SNorth Ward Prorress Association will be held early in ):rrch. At a com inittee meeting held on Wednesday 16 newv members were proposed, making a total meiimbership of 80. Thile co mittee are nOW energetically opposing the establishment of a refuse destruc tor n...

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Bowls. .1i n eii of Brigh'tit players nomi nuted ?for. ti]i V.B.A. Single-handed Chiinipiotshijit 1 `2 up. Field was un itia i.to plia owing to illness. Peter Nelson? (i):=against Dunn, Chas. Live .<y ( I)(3) e- st ? nn.Rogers and J. R. Croid?ther:; (13) afaiust Ben. l'ascoe. all' ?it.,oa out in the first round. J. I) :,Coierano- beat A.-E. Tuckett (18) but eiit -dow: n (12) to J. B. Coon. Jos,'- Fotsev beat Lacey (6), but suc cutilbdf (1)) ,to Evans. Tricks, Vance, andd ::iJeffcry each had three ~ tls. Triclksi: beat I'render 1.7, Walker 13. Blencih'.?20 and ''rew 10. Vance beat : s'J. Pas:oe 20, Bain 20, Williams 10. *Jefferv beat Richards 7, A. White 3; Von Mlylius 17. Tricks (15) "was beaten by, Sheldy,. Dunn beat Jeffery (17) and Vtauce (7) went. down to F. F. IRobinson. Sheedy went out in the sixth round. -4-- - "E.vervyone has some secret sorrow," said .the phitlcisl:hic friend. I Yes, even the fattest and jolliest of us has a skleleton in his midst."

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SCORES IN PREVIOUS MATCHES. 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

SCORES IN PREVIOUS' AIA'TCIIES. 1911. B.D.C.A. 11s (lipnall 143, lrtt. Bqt ler 35. Adams 2, J. Brown 13 ,: 1D. Elli' fur fr fo1.-) loliallial tw"o f ll 15, Sinunondt two for 2.) heat .C.all firdl-?foorabbin 56 (Siunonds 11, 11Ca ter 10, ".lot" Chandler five for 1, J.1. Brown two f.r 1, Slater two for 22) and 115 (Silmonds .19, P. Ellin 23, Jackson 21 n.o., GabrtsiIde 16, Hlollan: 14 : 31'Carthy four for 21, It. Butler four for 31). 1912. Caulfield-Moorabbin 163 (S. Chand ler 44, C. .lldd 41, I1. Clark '.; C. RIolbrts three for 17, A. Rose two for 29, J. Brown two for 3"2, E. Grigg three for 31i) and two for 56 (H. Lever '29); C.. Adamsi two for 12) beat B.D.C.A. 90 (C. Roberts 42, .II Butlhr 14, C. Adams.10.'1lWrd three for 12, Clark two :for 518, Simmonds- two. for 2,. Ellin ione for; 29. -: Caulfichl-Moarabnbin- 2"29 (Geo:31-'Gill. G9, S..Cliandler :47: 1.?ltige 136 1]. Lumsden .2, Slinekell lx W3:Ley 3 4 for 50, l'y- two for3, :Whitby twi for .34) heat B.DBG.: 182A:S(B; .Butlr 51...

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Brighton Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Bri ihton ; .ouncil The o.rdi y ieina? eetoig of the Bright on 'Town .Oouncil was 'hcld on Tiuesdayj when :~t the' :lalair :(Cr.: WYilsiin) Crs; Franciss Stronig --i Ceseman; Burrows; Hlall, Grout,"' Cisee,-n Hanby;" Pullman, Alford aid I'raniisd atiended. :'hie MIayor e'cpressed '.pleii'sure' at seeinig Cr. Grout., ariongst themiiaftr ihis recent serious illness:. : BUILDIGS.S Plans were approved, as follows ; 11. Bell, - Kinane street, 7rd: 'W.B T'. Thomas, North road, rd. B'; J. Snell; outei. Crescent;, 7rd. B : , ;. W Grace, Oreharct street, twio 5rt l::.'WB:: J. Thompson, .St; Kilda streeti addi tions; A. Nottage,, WOallum street, Grd. WW..; .:irs. Abbott, Thioiipsoi street, 7rd. :W.B.; "W.. Brooks, North road, (rd. B.; A. Ferguson, Asling street, Grd. B. ; I. Sirachaii, Orchard street, I5ri. W.B. J;. W. Atkinsoni, Chelsc? street, two 5edl 'W.B:;V M. Bolger,. Blackl street, alterations and two 5rd.: W.B.; IT. Teesoni, Church street,. 6rd. W.B.; F. Walker. Caniper down stredt, o...

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Police Courts BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Police;: Courts I.BRIGI1TON. . %.=AtitheiBri'ghto?i " Court; yesterday, before Mr. P'Thonipsonl aid Dr. Crow th, J;'s;P., a youine man named IR. S-I'ooke, of Brighton, :was charged with,:- trespasing in- the baths at Middle: Brighton set. apart for ladies. J II:: . Wearnme lesseo,,said that on Sunday, the, S1th he saw defendant standing onthe landing in the ladies' baths. :When witliess' called, out to liinie defendant" dived 'in the water, aind returned throtgh a hole in the fence into .the 'men's baths. He ead received' nuimieroJs om'iplaints about nmen beingiin the ladies' baths. Defendant,' who offered no excuse, was. fined- £1, with 2/6 costs.. LOIThEING ON TIIE BEACI. :'Cliffdrd Manby,. of Burnley, and Les lie Sutherland, of Murrumbeena, were charged with loitering on the beach at Cole street whilst in bathing cos tume, and pleaded guilty. Constable Furnell stated on Sunday week lhe saw defendants lying on the sand. He spoke to them, but they refused to go away. There were a l...

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The Beach Road ITS NEGLECTED CONDITION. THE TRAMWAY COMPANY'S POSITION. COUNCIL WANTS GUARANTEE FROM COMPANY. OR CANCELLATION OF LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

The Beach Road I ITSNEILE CTEIY CONDITION. T1l It Nit'l1 WtAY CO MPANY'S POSI STION. COUNCIL NX WANT GUARANTEE I.FROM' COII'ANY. ORC 'CAOEL-LLIIOr. OF LEASE. TIhe neglected condition in which the iedait?}h i:oaod, belivweea Sandringham and B1oiumaris,' has become; has made that thoroughfure' dilaiigerdus for vehicular irallic, iail the t ouhle wos accentu iteli: by' tho sta e of the licaumaris triam .trck, the rails of which pr, jected - above the level of the roil. lThe oloorbbhin -'Shird Council cu dleioured to get the Bleaumaris Traum way Company. to repair the tracl, but. for a lodn' while? their elforts wc'e resultls. 'lReceittly whln the Council spodle of iuos?ing the aid ol the GU vernihlent to compel the Company to cairry oiut the conditions of thoelease, a star' ttas madoe twth repairing tlr track, :lbut after a small section was coumpleted ii lialtv wts .made. A otnfer ence` was/ held recetntly between the Council and the Company in regart to thie ripairing of the road, at...

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House Refuse BRIGHTON'S CHARGE FOR REMOVAL. A FREE SERVICE WANTED. COUNCIL SAYS RESIDENTS MUST PAY. A SPECIAL RATE FORESHADOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

House Refuse REMOVAL :: A' FREE` SERVICE WANTED. COUNCIL SAYS RESIDENTS MST A SPECIAL- RATE .FORESHADOW Brighton Council for. tho removal of lhouse .refuse lhas given'riiso.e to' much dissatisfaction.i aongst. residents; who cohtend tliht isith the' high valuatioh iid liiglih Fate; the Coiunil ?hliuld be': able to :provide '. serilac witoliut any' exira cost to theni'- : AtTueTisday's dmeeting of teli Cou l, Cr. .Pullmain moved thUt provision. be made on the estimates for a free. and compulsbry: house refuse service.. He'mentioned that at the committee, meeting last week, when several couni cillors were absent, it i~as only on the casting vote of the M53Iyor that a si?i lar. motion was defeated. When ad similar endeavour was made 2} years ago he was told that it was impossi ble to abolish the charge, as the Coun-, -cil were too poor, but since then their revenue had increased by 70 per cent. The same old argument was now ad vanced against reduction of the charge. A free service woul...

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Inter-Association Cricket Match [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Inter-Association Crichet Match B.D.C.A. . Standing -II. F. Northe (Chairman). P. Simmonds; A. McIndoe,.B. Ellin, C. Stahel, W. Foreman, W. J. Booker (loli.• Sccretary). Centre--E. Grigg, C. Kenlev. Solated-F. Turnbull, J. Gobdy, O.C. obrits; A. Cieave. - CAULFTELD-MIOORABBIN. SStanding-F. Edwards, F. Bindley, C. Jennings, 0. Kaines, C. McGill, II. Rigg, ILr Clark, J. West. : Seated--l. Lumsden, T. Rush, D. Baxter, 11" BroaLs, S. Chandler. e"'

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Trains and Trams THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY. USE OF OBSOLETE CARRIAGES. THE DEPARTMENT'S REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

trains and Crams THE BRIGIITON IRAILW AY. USE OF iOBSOIETE ARtRIAGE'; The mike-upo tViiie : lii Brighton- lie i has?- given'ris'e to'nilih complaiilt iamiongst;:the'fre4iiiuri trta ellers who view :?ithi alarm the BDe: partmnent's action in ireilaci?g'soime of the bogiei; carriages with'tll ', old type of tlobsoni: 1Bayvelhicls,s imore commonly known mis do? lBoxes; owing to thne iwayv pj ssiie-: are .uliddled 'l"l in them. The., Brightonl Council':re cently 'irote to tlie I)epartminiit ob jecting to the runmnig of these car iagies adid it Tueisday Msnieeting' : reply . wasnr;ce ied froni tthi Depart ment to thel effcct that the carriages were usied iii order ?that 'other selui des iigoht: be withdraw\i for repairs. -fr. 'Pullinanmi `sid thart the letter ,was a: hliuge jokde s thE "don boxes had always eien: iu ase :oiin .ie line. The letter .ws .received . : he' Dep artiient-also intimiatkd that they :could seo no: reason for puttling on'a train at 5.10 a.m. as the tally showd iith...

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THE DESTRUCTOR QUESTION. BOARD OF HEALTH INSPECT SITE RESIDENTS INVITED TO SUGGEST OTHER PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

irTE DEISTRUCTOR QUESTION BOARD OF HIEAITH INSPECT SITE RESIDENTS INVITED TO SUGGEST UThjtJat i'LAi .4 Brigoton are ac ively oppussug: athe erec?ion' o,' a destrudtor on::O Lrou;v Lantdsinhl eiose po~0 i?nity tothe -l atern "hici iate nciioolr. "Last iweei: heyi placed their views betor:'i the _oard: 'of :i?ealtnh the - body that: :l is :ortinge he ioudncil s6 lhans-and ,the latter promised that no action woiuld anbetdkean until't ethl"in spectisons. iewas made of the site. ":'t'his h as donIt oir Inudrsoayir ternoonwby Dr litobertson (cvisirman of the Board), it. tl od eandtru.ir li:areganath ?:.- ' '.rega''no: .wn; and t.hey .were rec iviedl byL thet tayoc of s righton 'Lr . 'hahlson), li ::I ulraen (brighton), cr.o, o. .;ve (at, , tilat l r iho itsllon (C ullieid); -'r. E. lho.: oanie tn(I.tgineery and .r; S1. laylor (town clerk), whilst several residents. were also' in attend ance, ;and stated their objections:E., Alteri thep members of the Board had been over the Elsternwici P'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Clearing Sale Now,Proceeding at Cash Drapers. S127 Glen Huntly Rdc , Elsternwick 'Phone-Bright on 747 . I cord Sunimer Sal e SHOP AT THE (Registered). UP-TO-DATE - DRAPERY AIND MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT ART NEEDLEWORK. UNDERCLOTIING, DRESSMAKING SPECIALITIES AGENT FOR-MADAME WEIGEL'S CUT PAPER PATTERNS. I?he Celebrated ITALIAN BENE DICTINE, Anti-Gout, Rheumatic and bciatica Powders, direct' from Pistoia Italy, For Sale. Corner Church & Male Sts., Middle Brighton. One Minute Irin Railway Station. 1* "o."***o*s·*le*--*o .....e..o..o.e..e.o. ADVANCE BRIGHTON.. THE PUBLIC SUPPLIED at WHOLE-' SALE RATES. C. DELBRIDGE and CO.. Furniture Manufacturers, OFFICE and SHOWROOM- 192 BAY STREET, BRIGHTON. FACTORY CORNER ST. ANDREW AND DURRANT STREETS. Having purchased commodious fac tion to cater for every requirement for home comfort. Place your order for furniture with us, then come and see it made. BEDROOM SUITES DININGROOI SUITES S::DRAING0IIOM SUITES EASY CBAIRS; COUCHES ,.SIDEBOARDS. ...

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GARDEN FETE AT BRIGHTON BEACH. IN THE MUNICIPAL GARDENS. SATURDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

GARDEN FETE AT. BRIGHTON. BEACH. IN THE HDNICIPAL GARDENS. SATURDAY. MARCH 7. The proposal to hold a garden feto at the municipal eardens ,on March 7, in aid of the Brighton Band finds, has been taken up enthusiastically, and provided the c!erk of. the weather is in a iood mood on that day the gala should be a splendlid financial success. The interest that is `being displayed in the movement was evi leredl hy the large number that at tended the committee meetfCng on Tues tiay at the Town aItll hanexe, over itlt ladies, being preselt. Tlie vario(us sub-conmmittees 'epolrted satisfactory. progress., nd the following offers were accepted. :--Poster display- Iby Mr. lat lamn; a. villa cake by ?ir. L.. Seeger promises to be something splieial, and Mr. .1. 1. Taylor prsesnted a photo. ilf ingley Dell, the birthplace of Adam I.indsav "Coridon, the Australian poet. ('r. flall's motor launch will also be available to' tal:e patrons for motior trils. and M3rs. Murphy, 'of (Grimbly's Ilhtel, I...

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B.D.C.A. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

. 1::r. i :':, " ) C. ' .C ^ ,-'? 1.' ,*" ' : .'? lHirhett, S2' (.M'C rithy .2 nb.-., Clea< 1i2 ;Rblorts -thiree for a4;|l- IEllii three fore . "0 'P.1 llin two for-'C) v1 Ellinllle iF lori41 (Si.Sniiiond 1 1':i.d G.: R.Ierts ::-10 in.ri:.Bro'ii tlree for S, il'alkr-.one ?for i2).;; L.Elstcrn?widck;A \.A: .for238 (En6 ini Bsuon ;53, Briihtnn 21,i'] rrth,15;'Ken ley.60; heKint;aly 14 e;:i)st1er?14;4 n:' Piildington othriiee for'a3) Sandrii.g Unioin iSS'i(Cooplir: Ch1ei9, iieea o Ji. C.i. rigivei for 2 -sBurnies foiri,. for't;24i v; - rimit4:for 86 (Barnes? 15, P. Gr r. ' I, Giigg'4( -i.o., Laidley;. 27-i in.o ;ii.Syrne thire,.for 3righLo i2i ,Coiizs?.i71; (Edwards ' : Stenarl, 0 Jolhnson-ij 8 oiremiinei to' for .45I l-islier. tirveeor .4i).) Clel tenlnin 2 for;32 (Tucl'ield 23ii SECI ND RGID).k Elisernwick '1ethkliits'i74i (ger 13, lleridiry i:'l;i Cliiddu~-l:T7: iigci iwo :f[or. 15),ij'.r Br'litiin CLongs.>:42 iSt. ,ury ';so., (Ifobinisoii 3; !yoies: six for 11''Smith ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

iT-- QUALITY rriS.O BAYo S??? rrson" T, BRI , The-" IT Be K "o rIso c/r Hampton St. ThI. 227 Briahton. W e Sell the: Earth By thlleFoot, Acre or Mlile' eox Bros. (J. .& O..Oox), C'r Glen Huntly & St. George's Rds ELSTERNWICK, EARTH SALESMEN . "ý " -L '- " : -· Rents Collected All Suburbs. SPECIAl (CARE- TAKI N FOR ABSENTEIE OWNERS. Harold LOOKER & 00., AUCTIONEER (Harold Looker, formerly Partner and Auctioneer in late Firm of' V. R. Looker and Sons);. ESTATE and FINANCIAL AGENTS; FARMI SALESMEN, VALUERS;, OPIOSITE CAULFIELD STATION. OPPOSITE CAULFIELD STATION. Houses, Farms, Orchards, For Sale inroughout the Surrounding "Districts. MIONEY TO LEND- ON MORTGAGE from 4,I per cent. per annum. 'Phones-Oilice, Malvern 827; Privath-O0akleigh 41. Particulars Wanted of Properties For Sale and To-Let. Mr. Harold Looker may be consulted at his Private Add-ess, :"Yambee," Neerim-road, Murrumbeena: , N.B.-In order to avoid confusion, please carefully note firm's name and ...

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Seaside Transit SANDRINGHAM TO BLACK ROCK PROPOSED GOVERNMENT ELECTRIC TRAM. OWNERS INVITED TO GIVE LAND FOR EXTENSION TO BEAUMARIS [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

easide :Transi SAND RING t0 A M ,TO BLACK. ROCK. PRONOSED GOVE1tNME NT ELEC TRIC F TRAM' F OWNERS INVITED) TO G IVIXD. roi E'TENSION TO BEAUM3 MUS .i At. Mondays?? meeting' of, the Moor abbin S 'hire "Council the iresident (Cr.. .erdiniando) iientioned :thiiat'he had interviewed SBr.Snowball, M.L.A., in regard dtothe: .popitiona;it -: the Railwvnyis Stanidin' Commititees re iport:' on? thl extension of the Sand riogham railwiay, 'and had been in= formed s:: thati the nexi! procedlre was for a`.fBill to bie introduced ::ainthori - ing the construction of the `trim as recometi ledetl to Black Rock. , That Bill wvuisasnotinvi prep aration, and oild; hJ!lie introduced:next session. If thelBill-plassed'tle construction iWould not 'hbconmmenced at once, as the iid coduld :iiot ,be operated until the San;iringham line was electrified. .No one evpectid that the linie would ter hinate'?d'ht Black Rock. and -Mr. Snowbiall iugiesteed that the Council sho~ld .::decide- as to what roads u?ould b...

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Moorabbin Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

Moorabbinb council .:The ordinary. meetiigu o(fe !tl ie.M loore abbic; Shirecoumail', 'as'held on Mutir klay, . wlicih tlct President" (Cr..B. J. ierdiinando),L" OCrse 'White, Scudds, Kellypi Broii nfield, Smithf M.arrio.t, [nills, Shields; Fggleston. Sminall and Burgess attended. TE T - SE VERATNCE SIITI 4i The psroposal, of 'the Brightoni Couis cil to pay the amount of £750 agreed upon as settlement: fori the severance of the Brighton Beach triaingle i: seIen annual tnstnilentiits,insted: ol paying the pro ortiond as ithey fell due, was accepted by the Comnittee EWHAT IS THE TROUBLE? T.'hed ,.Brighton Council again wrote ri;gardinig the dlrainage:: romi i s ' ctle iurged i.that imemeeiaite remedial nica reined frequent complaints. 'Cr: Small 'mentioneel d.? ?htýmriie.: Couneillors lihac prdviously inspected the:.' diain they ,coiuld iii d.no cause for complaint. Cr. White suggested l iat the engineti should confer iwithl Brighton's engines to se wliat wans the cause:. . It was aec...

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Fire Fighters INCREASED PROTECTION WANTED. AT BLACK ROCK, HAMPTON AND MOORABBIN. FIRE BRIGADES' BOARD INSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

Fire Fighters ICREAISED rILOTECTIO.N WANTEI). AT. BLACK., ROCK, U1AMIPTON\'-i-A\D 'IOORABBIN: FIRE BRIGADES' PBOARD INSPECTS The " nuieros ''tbra s of firc in the' Sandriedhalli district' during :tlle present summer, anid aiso thlie rapid settlementi tlhat'hiis' taken place 'aloiig the foreshore, has roiiidught under. the notice of the the llMetropolitin Fire Brigades' Boiid the urgent: ie cssity of providing increased fire fighting' appliances in that pdrt'. of the mctropolis. With theb object: of seeing what was required ? Sir Herinry _Ke?llett_ and Mlr. S. Malugr, memhbers of the'' Board, to?ether: witir Chief. Ollicer , v; isitedl. the district; oil Tliursdev?:flternooii. lcey were ;'niet at ,Blac1Rock bb? thide Shire Presid :et'(Cr 'k;FrdtinedojCre Scdeldsand -A_ : R:Fordyce). Chief-Oicerf . ee saidl hlat ..lie wa stirprised fo iiotice the edev1dlolihient that had takeii place. Ile would not recommend a station nearer to Sand rinoham" than it Ebden Park 'Corner; even' if a stat...

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CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

Cbieltdliham B a: nd :'S..GC:C:. play:ed on rSatirdlty,, the result of the niatdi being: inmportaint ais it determiied the leadership' ,i th ?ecýitii o Cheltenhani lion' a in goid istyle T- 'lIo" A" t4ani are alson i; a?: 'god?tl"posdition'`", i'tiiir section:`"?' ]. redi Judd dcfenatvled M3N, Mill i31. to 28 durina; thde eidke:l and i:o .nthe Minrdialloef -iClub chanij~pioisiloim , Ailt one stage ofI the guami:J di:r iWa&' tob14. lillar:: won' thez ne'xt - sils inhking, tlhe dsortsa:leIel : Juiddd?filnallp

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

George . McG ill PRACTIC'AL TAILOR, VICTORIA' BUILDINGS, No. :' First Floor (take lift), O aSwanstton SSt, Melbourne : PORTMA: :STREET. OAKfLEIGB. LADIES' COSTUMES A SP'ECIALTY Fil aid Style, Guaranteed. Telephone, 6748 `Central. ~HOLESALE CLOTHING CO ' Established 1880. Good Work, Economy, Telephone-- 47:,' : Promptitude. Windsor Es. Bults to Order, Trousers, 45s. to 7Ss. 1ss. 6d. to iss. TAILORS, Clothiers, f-IHatters, Mercers, 155 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR 'A -Cardietulyselerted Stock of New, Fashionable Woollens Hats asrd Merecrj by every snail. Cut and Make, the Latest. Satasfaction guarantees} Paiterns &c on applicaston J R. BRADISH, Manager. Prahran's Learndg Dentist. . TATTERSON, Dental SurgeouJ, 162 Greville Stre Prahran TELEPHONE, 947 WINDSOR. . ESTIALLSIED 1898. + 'Qet; Busy and Get that £3 :A;i 1i~TINEER & ESTATE AGENTS, 99 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR. TELEPHONE WINDSOR 111. Have handed the -sum, of £3 to a well-known Prahran gentleman, who will hand same over to...

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