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The Women's Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

be Women's hIospital. The MIayoress of Brighton (Mrs. T. Wilson) acknowledgres receipt of fur ther donations as under: Amount previously acknow ledged --£S 6s 7 Per l1rs. Pullman - - - - 0 10 0 ]Per Mrs. Oakden -- - - 0 5 0 Per Mrs. Turner - - - - 0 5 0 Per Mrs. Planasan - -- 1 5 0 Per 3lrs. Campbell- - - -- 01 0 Per Mrs. Murphy - - - 1 1 0 Per 31rs. Wl-ll - - ---- 2 0 Per Miss ('ouchman - - - 0 10 0 Per ilrs Jackson -- - - 0 5 0 £93 5 7

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Brighton's Band. WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENTS IN DRILL ROOM. ARTHUR DOUGLAS, SCOTCH COMEDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

ariable's Band: WIEIKl'Y ENTI' RTAIN EN\L\'IS -: IN Sl1TJIlu I)OUGI?LAS, SCOTCH . COM,1 IANR- N Attatltcr lizte':show IMs worimiisil" for hi-i eveniig' at the Drill Roiim, where the usual bant concert will he hed; S1ir. Arthu- D)ouglas, the fa?n oun Scotch 'cominlian, will appear in newiselg.e. aud Miss . lorrie and Mals ter .Woodward will make their first public appearance in ducts. The star picitirt : is a llne detective story, el titled "The Soul of a Thief."' Aimong other; are hlis Indian Nesn's s, L'athe's ngilish ;iazette, d?. ip's lDream, _ Piutple F.lopes, and T'onto liun on the See'saw. NNew wieut.er's Iteikets are now available, and iadtlit to the concerts at half-price.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

ROYAL EICHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire MariPne Acoideni Workers' Compensation. VICTOIIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURIINE- ..: J. C. Journeanx, Manager. DISTRICT AGENCIES. lItGIITON-S. . Simmnonds, Estate gent, Bay Street. MlID)l)LE BIICilYI'ON-Connor arid Alford, 'Est:eto ents,-Church Street ST. KILI) A--Prince and Co.; Estate Agenits, 256 ligh'- Stre?t. SAkDIUNGILAM- Round. andi Co., E'tate Agents, 3felrosue 'Street. CAULFIELD-H]arold LTooker and Co., Estate Acents;?oiposito .Station" SI;Ih ; yA\' LE-- Thomson? and Coltinsoin, .sta At e t' , . ardtni alc. ILACLIA V'A~ :. E" .iFore s, st i stat"e .ent :20' Ca?rlisle. Street. IL STRI'INWIE Ber, MIttsiaodl Jo-hsouo Estat ?crits,,Glenhnutl l td ALL ??LELN?N BARTLETT GOVER?NMENT FAMILY BUTCHE, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry Daily. Poultryland Rabbits Always on Hand." . Carts Daily to Ortmond, McKinnon -Be...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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GROGAN'S WINTER CLEARING SALE IS NOW ON, AND WILL CONTINUE DURING JULY. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. 54-56 GLENHUNTLY ROAD, ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

-GRO(YAN'S WINTER ::- CLEARING SALE IS NOW. ON, AND WILL CONTINUE DURING JULY. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. 51-56 GLENHUNTLY ROAD, ELSTERNWICK. ,nd rhiilen . Th ? Bright on.Oribestra :lapplied ii fne flitrogrilanie of tousie, inder the 'a nble" 0c0i'ctirishibf of .1sa . " ENTON: The seveiliT clerical "changes hiave bee 'made in the archdiocese. of Mel bournoe Iy'Archbishop Carr. The Her. T.-Quinn, who had een -in charge of St. ::atrick's parish for tenll years on Thursday, has been transferred to Oak leigh, and his place Owill be filled by the .Rev T. English, from Yarraville. A. meeting of the parishioners will prob a1bly be held next week to arrange foi a Send-off to Father Quinn. E LS'l'ERNWICK. The Nepean rnad, from GardenlI:ile to thoe St Kilda boundary,'presents at the present time a strikingi object les son' n the art of how notn to servo thej public in its utilities. Distrilbuted over its sulrfnce, in a layer fromi one to two. inchies deep, is a ton ato -two of' thl I finest...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War PATRIOTIC GATHERINGS. PUBLIC MEETING AT BRIGHTON. STIRRING SPEECHES BY LEADING RESIDENTS. A LOCAL PATRIOTIC FUND OPENED. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

The War :PATRIOTIC GATHERINGS. PUBLIC MEETING AT .BRIGHTON. STIRRINGc SPEECHES BY LEAD ING -RESIDENTIS. :A.LOCAL PATRIOTIC FUND OPENED. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATIIERLNG. : wvell 'attended public meeting was held in the Drill Room, Brighton, on Monday evening to give the resi dents of :the town an opportmuitv of expressing their loyalty to the Throne by-:opening and subscribing to a local patriotic fund. The Mayor (Cr. T. Wilson) occupied the chair, and with hinm on the platform were EMr~D. E. McBryde, M.L.C., Elr. Wim. A. Adamson, 3M.L.C., Mr. O. It. Snow ball, M.L.A., and Crs. Hanhy, Pull man, Stone, Burrows, Strong, Alford, Hall and Grout, Mr. J. L. Menzies, Mr. Il., II. Lemon, and Mr. J. II.. Tay lor (Town Clerk). As the Mayor took his seat on the platform four cadets, carrying the Union Jack, the Australian, French, and Russian flags, marched up the hall, and heartily cheered by the audience, and after the National An them had been sung they took up posi tions on the stage. The May'or...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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The Southern Cross Let all ends thou aim'st at be thy country's. thy God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22. 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

1 lh: $ollthn kn c 4ro ,et all t?e ends thou ainm'st at be thy .:ountry'n. thyl God's. ,nnd truth's. SATIUltl)AV, ,AUG:ST 22. 1911.. District News BRIGI'ION. TiheAugust issue of the T'elephone D)irectory; now- ieing distributed, con tains the correct numbers of all Brigh ton telephone subscribers. Subscribers to that. eochange are therefore re oqested to delete the instruction " re: ierrine to the addition of 1000 to all Brighton numbers from the cards and pamphlets issued "to them, and td' re= fer to the"new directory, for all such telephone- numbers in future. - It' is noticed that callers are, in somerases, adding 1000 to the numbers appearing in :the 'August Directory. ' This is' :in correct practice; 'atid should be dis continued. : Although the" temporary lock-up has been placed in liosition at. the lleachi alongside the railways' eigine sheds, the police aire: unable to avail them selves.of the facilities provided, as no entrance has been made "fromr the -street. The. Governm...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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MAYORESS OF BRIGHTON'S FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

M1AYOIIESS OF IBRIGITON'S FUND. '[he Treasurer (the Ma~ior of Blrigh" ton, Cr. F. Wilson) acknowledlge rc ceipt of the foltowjn~ further , dona tions for the purchase of miterial -to ljc made up into clothin?fo'r. thel.cial ladies' sewingr coinmittee.,-:,.:I Amount 'previously .acknow- :_ ledged -- - - --.. £2612 i0 Mrs. Snowbmll - . - -.-5 .; .rrs. Bleazlbv - -,- 3 0 '. 0 Mrs. Kempster -- - . --110 M5rs. Rochussen - 1·-:- - 1::0 Mrs. McLean - - Mirs. (.Weigall -- - - -- :1 0 Mrs. Lawrie '- - - -. 0:10': 6 IThe Misses Lawvrio - . :10 Q0G Miss' Cooch - -- - 0'. 2 Mrs. Mary Wright .- 5.0"0 Mr. Joseph Wright. - 1 0 0 Mrs. Tucker =- 1 -? 0 0 0 Mrs. Liglhtfoot '-- ~ O 10 Mrs. Dixon- -"? ?-- . Mrs.. A. W. L. Paul1 `'., 0., Mrs. dslmanson -- --- 0 Mrs. Chase Mrs. Blundell : Mlrs..'Thiomas Standon" ,-- 0' 5'° 0-, Mrs. C. A. Russell - 0- - "--O0 1 0 Mrs. C. G . . ussell - =. - 0 i' 0 M-rs. F. Gooch -0 --.- 1I Miss Vaughan - --- 0 Mr. Kiempton - - - - = 010: 0 Ladies. Swimming Club . '- 5 .0 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

tlectrica aw Mill arid Timber Yard: R.-.rhn?e t. Mburne Prices. Macpherson and Lhtwrie. widdle righton. Te1e Dherty & o. 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, Winter Clearing Sale i :Now On. --1 ---*@*- - I All Lines Reduced. i 125.127 6ieit Iintliy Roaed, 1sltrnwict 'l-'Phone--Brighton 1747. . . .. . .. .«f"".. .. . •..- - - a.i The I.X;L. Drapers. (Registered). 129 Church -Street, Middle Brighton. SPRING SHOW LATEST NOVELTIES IN SPRING MILLINERY and UNDERCLOTHING Wednesday, 26th August and Following Days. Ladies and Children's Dressmaking a Specialty.: NOTE ADDRESS :. I.X.L. (Regd.) cjr CHURCH & MALE STS , ' MIDDLE BRIGHTON. One minute from Station.; 'PHONE 5324. Percy Bingeman (27 Years with Gaunt's) Ophthalmic Optician, LONDON HOUSE, 97 Elizabeth St. (Next Equitable Building). UPSTAIRS (TAKE LIFT), 2nd FLOOR. stia cix". *o <"! /11...f.1......... .-.ws 0 flUE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS S TRALASIA LIMITED. A BlRANCH IIS NOW OPEN foi the-, STraiisaction' t ;al...

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THE 46th REGIMENT. BRIGHTON RIFILES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

THE ,lth REiMET N SS'. BRIGHITON RIFLES. The .Mayor of Brighton. desires to acknowledge receipt of the following subscriptions towards the purchase of instruments for the hand : MrN. Clarkson - - - - -. . 0 0 0. R. Snowbmll. 3.L.A. -- 5 5 0 SMr. Rankin. sent. - --- 010 0 Mfr. If. L. Paul - - - - 010 0 Sergeant Robinson - - - 0 7 i Band Collection - -- - - 0 9 land Collection - -. - - 1 4 9 .T. A. Grant - - - - -- 1 0 0 TT. W. Sampson - - -- 010 0 Service and Elliott -. - 0 10 0 Andrew Thomson - - - - 1 1 0 Macpherson and Lawri - 2 2 0 R]ev. A. P. Chase - -- 2 2 0 Mrs. Westwood - - - - 0 5 0 W. HI. Sherrard - -- 0 10 0 Cr. Burrows - -- - - 0 10 6 Mrs. Burrows - - - 010 6 Ilayhall Bros. -- - - - 010 6 Cr. Alford - - -. - - 1 1 0 £15 6

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ELSTERNWICK STATE SCHOOL PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

IELST'IINWIC'K STATE SCHOOL PA'TlIUOTIC FUND. The children at this school have tarLtel a patriotic fund, and have promised to bring one penny a week, or where the famililes are large one penny a month. The girls and lady teachers are also busy knitting wool len articles for the troops. 3Ir. Bow den has sent a donation of £1 in the names of his two children. On Wcdlnecsdaly next there will be a picture mlatinees at the Ellternwick Theatre in .lid of the school patriotic fund. The life of Qucen Victoria will be shown, and children and their parents nar rtesueted to be present.

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THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

ITHIIE PATRIOTIC FUND. The Mayor of Brighton acknowledges receipt of the followingy subscriptions: Macpherson and Lawrie - --.5 5 0 0. 1t. Snowlbll, 31.L.A. -- 5 5 0 AIr. Nathan --- - - 5 0 0 ,Mrs. Clarkson ----- 1 0 0 Itr. Weigadl-- ----- - - 5 0 0 1. I. Minnis -- - - - -- 1 0 0 3Mrs. Minnis --- ---- 0 550 3Mrs. McSweenvey -- - 1 1 0 Mr. & Mrs. if. L. Beauchamp 2 2 0 Mr. and Mrs. Begenal - - 10 0 0 F. Tricks - - 1 0 MIr. Rankin, senar. ---- 2 2 0 J..1. Williams - - - - 2 2 0 A La.dy -- ----- 0 2- 0 A. W. Paul - -- - --:' - 0 100 T. Tucker - - - 0 -; -. ' 10 0 CrI. sIll- -- -- 11 0 Cr. Pullman - -- - - 1 0 Patriot - - - - --1 00 .1. A. Grant - -- .:L-:, 0 0 Mr. T'rumble -- ---:-I 0 0 Collection -6 hAonymlous - -·-.~-~~i'':d1 0 0 Golf Club, Elsternwickl- 10:j O 10 0 11. S. Paul - -:; "-- 0 10 0 1. Layton - - -1 0 Mnrs. I. S. Paul - - - 0 10 0 A. Beard - - - 010 0 . TI. W~hit - - 1 1 0 T. B. Crawford - - -- 1 .1 0 J. W. l'hompson -- -- 1 10 Ies. (loss 0-- - -- -- 11 0 E. P. Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

" THREE MEDICAL WINTER ; - ; .REMEDIES. " :.Foster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAR REMEDY. - It does not merely relieve a Cough, but it gives immediate..' : relief, and removes-the cause. Is. FOR LOSS OF VOICE,. : _ HOARSENESS, -• S, CHEST . AFFECTIONS .?c: FOSTER'S Cmulsion of God £er 01il With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda. Pure & Palatable. FOR PULMONARY AFFECEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. 1s. s6d Foster's Record. Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. " n cares of Deep-seated Cests Colds it is applied with advantage, :1 Foster's Pharmacy Church Street, Middle Brighton Telephone 1125 Brighton. .............-*....*.. . " .* . . . . . *-..... " ' M" 4 -um-inq Smith & C O'S SICKLE BRAND RETORTED CHARCOAL. This 11ARCOAI, i madle at our Wood I)istillation, Works at \1arbur' ton. Its snpcrior qualities tare due to the fact that it is'ltt I'ORTED; byI which process all impurities arc removed, leaving Lehind the pure CIIAt C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

hulBAY ST.A BRIBuHTtc, n ^& r* TAue-gly 1dorrison /r Hamplon St. T-. 227 Brighton. Howard Weber, "L.STO Painter, SS . Paperaner, REASO.NABur. PRICES. oF General Renovator, House - :Pr )ii o'?Ari Decorator, - ALWAYS -ON HAND. and ALL SunuURS. Repairer. Hawthorn Road, Brighton Gardeners ! ,W.SI rlt?' Cl'S and IILUCHERII S. The Best in Quality means the lAsterWear .and the fmost Comort. The Best is Always the Cheapest. L0s .T MATTHEWS. . o rs 4,50-. BOOT PALACE.- TO o E CHARMAN ROAD, S A J CHELTENHA M Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS TIIE B!EST-GIVE HIM A TRY. To the General Public of Cheltenham and District.-Two things worth Re -membering-J.. T.. MATTHEWS: I.-Has' an up-iodat.e Stock at your doors.:. 2.-Skilful: and Tradesmanlike Repairing a Specialty with im. DEwbu y bIarpin Ccrpenters, Builders & General Contractors. All Classes of: -14 I? ? I Alterations WorkExcd ANTHIN Additions ind In any ?tate of the - Additions nd Commonwealth. IN THE . Sewerage Work Executed on ...

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Beating the Bounds. BRIGHTON COUNCILLORS INSPECT THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

Beating the Bounds. 1i:IGlITON COUNCILLORS INSPECT THE TOWN. On Saturday last the Brighton councillors macde an inspection of the town. The flayor (Cr. T. Wilson), aid Crs. Francis, lail, Grout, Stone, Cheeseman, Gree?., Pulluan, Alford, anrd Ifanby assembUkd at the Town Hall at 10 o'clock, in compalny with the Town Clerk (li'. J. IH. Taylor), the Engineer (MIr. II. E. Conne), and other olficers, and motoredi to the Middle Brighton Pier, where they made an inspection of the work now in progress of extending the pier. The contract is just about completed, and the couincillors were impressed with the benefit that thie extension will be to the Yacht Club a5 a better pro tection for their yachts, and also the advantage to the public as a promen ade. The Corporation Baths were visited, and in answer to the lessee, fr. Wearne, the Mayor pointed out that the proposal to install hot water baths could not be curriel out this season. The necessity of painting the baths was mentioned, and it i...

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Moorabbin Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

'Moorabbin Council. .The ordinary ineetiill of the Mloor aIbin' Council held on M?onday was attended by. the president (Cr. B.;. J. Ferdinnido),: and Crs. Scudds,. White, Kelly, lBrownfield, Smith, Marriott, Shields,- Eggleston,: Small and Btr gess.:?, Cr.. lills:put in an. appear unce :towdards the - coucliaion of . the tiieting; I: i ? . A` IENTLUCI[. StUBhIVIISIOi irrl['c I n snu redthat the conicil` slhoild iproceed imuieditel3i 'ith tihe coistruiction of ElizdbethietiBstrelent-. leighi''and providedthe stork'i did not exsceed £600. he iv's prepared to_ pay his iportion iiltlihe formatioi :was done within two month: Eleven l:other'~ rteiieirs 'on the street, also .signifilcd their intention of contributing to the cost. : Cr.` Burgess- moved that :.he engineer piepare 'i lais "<a?id: call for .cileders: He 6i iid Ct 'lr. ? d'orided the solaed p thiit ionf the wirspcrt. i onitributo thow cs beof- the-wor he couoicil will proceed'. with theo eonistriction of the streeti....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

i-_ _ ................THE.:. .............. 1 Esternwick FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. 9 Glen lluntly Rd. A Few l)oore B-low E S. & A. Beni. S We sIcisilise i ; .e 16visi'ir Trade, keep the ,er-v I -at >i;ailr- ":: able, and will ,ot a;e unl.?,r .il.. All .'Goods kept .in Cooling. Chanm S bcr. Ijfcrg I"oi l (ol Ilistrict.; Fresli Twice a Wee!k. Choicest Butiere- i a iltd Cheese hromn Westersi I)itiict Factories.. Kitilly- ltemnwinbrr 'Trhis-W-iethler your Ordrr is Worth, a Shilling: nor n''ounod we Dleliver it l'rcuptly and in a careful and Up-to-Date t' manner. W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Diat.ii that he haI Opened?a Store at Glen H:untly (Late Blundy), and has a Full 8tock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory. The Favor of your- Patronage Is respectively Solicited GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES-Brighton, ElIternwlck, Balaclava and Glen Hlatly. W. H. NIeHOLSON, Grocer, Wine d& Spirit -.I Merchant l Ph...

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SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

An 'entlhsiastic meeting, attended by 120 ladies, was held. at Miss Bonney's schoolroom on Friday of last week for the purpose of forming a first aid andm nursin, class in connection with St. .John' Ambulance Association. Mrs.. Flrdlinando was appointedl presi dent, 31esdames Murray and..Gatehouse vice-presidents, hMrs. Champirmn treas rer, and Misses Bonnec and Blyth secretaries. Dr. .larv has consented to lecture to bIth classes. The nurs ing class will be held at the Me lhanie:' on MI , day evenings. and the first aid on Tl'isdays. Mr. Gibbs, of Melrose street, has kindly placed his olfice at the disposal of thie corn mittc as ;a depot for the receiving of material and subscriptions. Mrs. Champion has received up to thl present donations amounting to £55. Members are requested to meet at tho Sandringhal llouse on Wllsl?nesday at 3 p.m., for the packing of goods.

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HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

^ ^ ^ ' . '. l . ^ .. .I.**'ir.. - . itI:I. fuor:; our: soldiers.-A rund' patrizitis. concerihis tohlx hel in he IHaitoi Hall next Wednesday' iiVmniiigi (An'anet SG) vwiie admiission Amy h,;be lb1, c~loured miuslin hlindker liehfbs ,(27ri, siliqire), tobacco ini any Ihape; :.or pipes. -A n'"umber -of firsi-' :mass artiists have , gener6osly r profferied hlieir services; ahtld the luusic~ wiill:," bo'. supplired by-' a s'ti o ig and ca1npable .:or-:. chestra. :The centii taiii?ei t - is boina _ presented by' the. ladies cointrolliing the llainpton Stnate school -patriotic und, nd a capital prdogranim isl a? sured. Sea-advertisemient for particu 'rlle anipton State school is a liive of industry jiust noiv. The ladies t0;o the local Patriotic I~ague' have four sewing machines busily, going; rols of alainnecl are qrlickly taking ratuisite shapes, and the girls are filling iin every spaire nmoiment at knitting and sewiIng. Donations in money, or ma terial nma be sent to tlhe school,. or:...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

The6 t\ocintesit ii;:the lshire are for tie ase? :"'acated byi Crs. mall (Wlest Ihidinig)' find: Cr Shields ast Ridin ), . lio'hae declinied nomina tion. In the West' Riding it was holed that there nould be many oanf didats' fromn among the belt neut in this ' important district. However, only e, ssrs Grace and 1 arrant de cided to face the polling, it being Irged that others would certainly seek municipal honours were the centre of administration situated in the district. It has long been felt that there can be no coi?centration of effort, and the dlistrict must suffer ii cor.sequence whilst the admniuistratise centre is so iemotely placed. Messrs Grace and Flarra.t have both worked hard durinlg the campaign. The for mer has an intimate knowledge of the riding and shire administration an a local valuer and estate agent, and would sn- ke a live represenfative if le fulfilled all the expectations of his friends. -rn ]rlarrant is a man of solid type, and will have a, big fol lowing at...

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CARNEGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

Th* 3fayore.s of *.oitlfield? t?fi ei a Coomunication from the heidite?cher of the Carnegie State School tliat 50 childre~ n were desirous of helpiikj but they were unable to obtain materials. The Mavoress regrets that she could not forward anv material, andl desires that the matter should be brought rnder the notice of the public, so that some means might be found of utilising the services of the scholars.

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