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MR. J. MACARTNEY ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

JiR. J. 31ACARTNEY AI)DD]ESSES TILE ELECTORS. [r. .r. afacarticy, who :is a candi ldafe for the seat to be rendered va cant by the retirement of Cr. Shields, addressed the ratepayers- at the Shire 11all on Saturday evening.. Cr. G. Brownfield, who is a memnier of the riding, occupied the chair, and there was a fair attendance.. I1r. Iancartney said that he had no wish for piublic life, bhit his frienids had been persistent it. urging that he should stand for election. ie hiad accekded to their request,' ald promised to go into the mant?e; whole-hearted: ly. lIe had give r, the: matter seri ous consideration before- consentina; to see if lie possess.edthe necessary qualilications moedful for a imunicilal councillor. . le hadl been in business for 25 vyars, anad lie was quite pmre pared to place his services at:- the disposal of the, ratepavers. Ie placed good roads in the forefront of lhis progranmme: . Ie was id- favour of obtairiing metal as cheaply. asl pos sible, revenf it meant ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

CIELTENHAM. A number. of ladies assembled at St. Matthew's Schoolroom on Monday evening, and it was resolved to con duct a sewing 'bee for the purpose of making egarments for the troops.

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Henty. MR. J. BOYD AT CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

ill l:R JBOYD. Alt: CITEIfTElITAr1; "'That' politic? arte being overshadowed by the -w;ar wa~ indicated by the meagre lttedanice at M?Ir. Boyd's meeting at Cheltenham on Tuesaiy, in the.Mrcehanics' institute. In dealing with trusts Mfr. Boyd said that the Beef Trust' was estal lished in iAustralin. Hle was not pre pared toi ay that there lats aiy hiaira in trusts; if there were he Would like to tloint out that the BeeLfTrust was established under the permission of the Labor Government.. liehad beet told at a meeting at Glenhiantly that Mr. Tudor did not khow what he was loing' in pIermitting ihe Trust to be established; if that was the kind of excuse to make for a Ministerial action it was clear that they were not cciablhe of dealing with the iaftairs of the Couimon wealthl. 11 contended that it was not fair that the manaln er of the Co ,rionscalth Bank should Ihave comn I'lete control. lie knew of no insti tution where one man had the full responsibility. Thle liberal lParty favour...

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

A large number, of. thC residents. of the district met at the State Echool on; WTed~iesday..night to" devise nien:as for helpini our soldiers who contem-" plate participating in the war. After a patriotic speech had been delivered Ib r. M orriss (head teacher), it was~ decided that a local patriotic, lund li inauguratedl. An influential com-. ilittee was formed, with lir. E.. G Bunin- as secretary, Mr. horriss treas- urer; committee, Mrs. TImhy, M3isses Derr and IciBean, Messrs- CastId.,; Mlason, and lluband. The sunt of £3 was donatted to the fund in the build ing, and several aireed to coiitributu the sum of 1/- a week until theclose of thd war. It was also suggested that a load of vegetables =be;"snt to the .various camps. To further in augurato the fundil it waas decide d to' hold a patriotic concert ini the.'school. on il idnesday, 26thl inst :nThd meet-: iig eonluded ith the atio, n ,them. ·. '

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

ARK YaOUi STOREKEEPER PFOR i Tom Smith's P t From absolutely Pure SUPERIOR Locally Grown STomato 'Tomatoes. STOm atO o.Put up inour Sauce A High-grade Article. $ SMITHY& ? .U.AtU.ED. AT LAMBERT, lighett aflay tio Manufacture, { 'hn; hRailwaltstatm ?ooo enham 306 Phnres-823 Windsor. 2243 City. Established 1867. JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 384 High Street, St. Kilda, and 483 Flinders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Assoolation Stor. Manufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars Made and Fitted under Spenal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes ]iyatl Agricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First Prize for Collars, 1912. A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. A Red Hot Proposition. Have a M~odern Gas Fire T Installed = = = @ * No, nore chilly Half-Hours at Breakf-st : I One Penny gives you One Hour's radiant i :ti: " It is Really Hot.-You can toast at it. " *Light it when you waist it. Turn it off when you don...

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

LMENTONAii Cullcctions are being, made locally or disabled soldiers, widows and or phans, throilugh a local patriotic lfund` ommittee? ..ThTe monev-will go tothe Lord ac.ror's fund, w-hich in turni' vill he remitted to-the .fund originated... y .the lrinco if : Wales. 'LIocal contri-".. bcition-to date.are: Cr? . . 3., Scudds -: : -'1"; : 0: IJr ereiio ' - i -"5 OO Missi Ferguson - - - - 1 0 lia-- Ahdelson --.--, -- -1 ' 0 U lire Gardiner'- --- - - 0 10'- 0 r M ars ? " I 0 iillveei.s d ooral'bin Shire ;" S..Gas .orkl,,per Mr.lkMarslhl. 50 0 i al lapl a *;lhel6;.tirno s;Iihlid. aleiac worked dil getntly during the week. Collectionsm iave liccii iladtlfoir f nds': t luirchasr :" inaterial, amindl mble finýers lmvc plied cll?edie ndmachline in tho good cause.. First' iid classe? hiale been held. ' pa.ltriotic concert will be held:.on aturila,-: ';<Jtl, -: to furtlher augment the iptriotic fiid; tilhe 'prorrammeo be ung arranmgeld iby1 iss 3[cDwl) ll. " i .iEGOS :O: TiHE SiLU...

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THE BRIGHTON SENIOR CADETS. PRESENTATION OF BADGES. FOR MUSKETRY PROFICIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

TluE Ill?lII'TON SENIORI CA?DETI'S. -I'RESENTATVION OF BAIDGEIS. "FOR MUSKETItY P'ROFICIENCY. At a parade of senior cadotls held at Brilightoii on Saturday, .ietenant Colonel Ilanbe- presented at arllher of badges won by local cadets for pro iceiency in mUnsketry. There was a large nnumber of paren?ts plres:et, and they took a ke'I "ilntereot i1n watch ina the cadets drillinr. Lieut.-('o!onel IIllmb said that he would like ti give the cadets what he hoped would be useful advice. lie mentioned that there had hewn a slight.. lackness in the ranks, but that was only to be expected when a great In-Iny had just joined tih troolps. lDuring the years that he had hIeen conne:ted with the militia he had always found the best way of reetifyinvg mistakes was to draw at t.etion to them. lie had noticed that some of the boys were inclined to let their eyes wander all round, instead of attending to their duties. Lie urged them to pay particular at, tention to the orders of the officers It was a f...

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

hi'ht Brightlo-i: .acht Clih "hav:?e' ! - I eliio tice froin the: i)efence I?.)rt miie hit, ithhe- yacht" aind iaotoi hoats which 'are now 'in -the - cluh' ,aridsl- are iuot '.to ldlnched with. ot Ir t olhtaitiiiig~ p1erniiiou' fromi ihd?dteiartiient.- · - .'lTn, Port Phllip.Y cht: Club :meni' llsr whoioc" headqiarters are ait Sani gi igliii, hai, c throueh the Ro, al 9a4cht Cliib, offered their services to thlii. l)elence Authorit is. *::l'he meiibers of Ihe 16th Ifiitryv, drasrin froni the Briehton. Elsternwick and Caulfield d stricts, who were :uiobilisned a fortnight ago, and w-ere d?espatched to Queenselitff for trainine purposes, returned to head-quarters at Ripponilea on Thursday and were diu charced. Another batch, comprised mainly of vouths, who had only re centlv been transferred to the Citizen's forces from the Senior Cadets, mobo lised at hlippon I.ea :' TIhursday, and entrained for Queenscliff yesterday.

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A MOORABBIN FUND STARTED. SHIRE COUNCIL CONTRIBUTES £100. CR. WHITE SUGGESTS £10,000. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

AI00ooRABBIN U PUN STARTED. USHIRE COUNCIL CONTRIBUTES £100. CIR. WIIITE SUGGESTS £10,000. At the Moorabbin Council meeting on Monday evening the president (Cr. B. J. Ferdinando) referred to the war, and suggested that the council should take steps to open a patriotic fund in Moorahlin. Cr. Scudds moved that the council donate £100 to the Lord Mayor's fund. Cr. White said that he preferred to see a fund opened in Moorabbin. "To give £100 was simply playing with a huge question. lle considered that in Moorabbin they should be able to raise £10,000. There should be one central fund in Moorabbin, to which all the amounts collected in the shire counld he forwarded. ]eT pointed out that the council could not legally contribute anything. Cr. Scudds pointed out that the Premier promised to bring in an en abling Bill. lie was quite prepared to bear his portion of the responsi bility in the event of any ratepayer proceeding against the council. It was resolved to open a fund in the shire, an...

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BRIGHTON'S CARNIVAL. SPECIAL MEETING NEXT MONDAY A PATRIOTIC EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

BItGHT ON'S CArltNIVAL. SPEI'UI; :3EET'I'I:XENT MONDAY :. lPATtRIlO'ilC EFFORTI,:;:, .; isigeeing:of tlie carnival coafit 1 (Gr. '. Wilso'n) 'presided over. " large numberil committeemeni ;Cr; I racis owasopt'osedlto conduct in: the' cmarnival on similar,: lines :to liat'i ear, us t ie'li'did not. think they vosulil receiv, lmuch Upporlfrii ni the resiildets' ":Sevcrnl~' lhSioP liod- givcnh do6iatiouii iii ,. privious s, years com i)lainedl of. so' miich b(of the" ieceilit beinii' ;;i mollpd 1lip |in expenses.:e On one oceiasion tllh receipts wero £340, blut:' only. £80 :.a aVailalile for chari ':r.'i:: awrle poiiliedi o6uttlht whilst Ihe was secrotary the, largest a iount received wasy£O-, antid £110 saas elear irofit. fHe menfiodiiebd thiatl Cr.i Fruin cias remarks were liely tocreate wron' impressioii. iThe doniiatlons innitnnted, to about -'£40' so they coiald see thiiat byA holdiig' . thea ,car-' InItvalI tli cv- were bI. toi raise n ad ditioiial .suiin.: r r BooUkec explahimed...

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

CAULFIELD. h fonly ctitcst is, in the Noruth Ward, whee.GCr. Fisk is bcing op

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

EAST' WARD. Cr. G. IL Alford writes :-Sir,- In your last issue it was announced tsat Mr. Nathan would, in his address to the ratepayers on Thursday night, re ply to that given by myself on the Gth inst.; which was reported in yvour issue of the Sth inst. I was aerecab: ly surprised to find that my address had made such an impression on Mr. Nathan that he was constrained to read practically the whole of it to what appeared to be a very interest ed audience. His hiumorous conulents were much enjoyed, no doubt, but his lack of criticism or any attempt to refute any statements containedl therein was very enarked. Indeed, he supplied his audience with what he termed "documentary evidence" in proof of what I had stated. Why did not fhr. Nathan take his audience into his con fidence and read to them the full statement in respect .to the remunera tion paid to the engineer ? He now admits he has it in his possession. Why does he confinehis attack on thu amount received by that officer cov er...

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

XOII0TIl WARlD. .T. A. Aston writes i-Sir, I at, tended Cr. Strong's maeeting at the .Murphy street flall in order to heat thht gentleman's views in regard to matters affecting the ward. Instead of giving some idea What his inl tentions were he simply went through a list of what he termed misrepre sentations put out by his opponent i take it that the ordinary rate payer is quite intelliger,t' enough to comei to a proper conclusion as re gards the statements madle by either side, and it is simply wasting time to go to meetin?s to listen to talk like we had at this meeting. There are one or two things Cr. Strong said which only tend to weaken his liosition. On the diuestion of the removal. of garbagne he e. deavoured to prove the fallacy of. an argoument used by Mr. I'Pase. In his remarks he said that it was the idea of the council in employihg i one man and a boy, with one dray, to save duplication. so that both sides of a street. couldl e worked at ,one time, the man on one side and...

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Expresses needed ON THE MORDIALLOC LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

Expresses leedaed ON. THE M0111IAI.LtUC LIXNE. The Aspendale and Chelsea Progress Associations are moving for express trains on the tlordialloc line and more trains to Carrum. They propose that the 7.10 a.m. fromt Carrum leave at 7 a.m. and run express from Caul field.; that the S.11 train from Ilordi alloc be run from C'arrumn in time to leave 3lordialloc at the usual timdand run express from Caulfield: that the 11 a.m. from Mordialloc be run from Carrum, and that the 5.10 p.m. train be a workmen's train. It is proposed that the 2.:0Y from :linders street be express to Cheltenham and run on to Carrum: that the 5.32 he express to Cheltenham : that the 5.52 and 6.12 be ixtended to Carrum, and the 6.22 ex tended to Carrnm and be express to Cheltenham. The 8.:15 )lellourno to Sfordialloc on Sundavas will be asked for as a Carruim train also.

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

O'ITER M'ATCHES. Brighton Church of Christ v. Ascot Vale.-Semi-final.--This match is to be played at South Ricdmond's ground this afternoon, and a lood game is assured. Brighton's team :-Draper, Anguas, Carver, Sharp, Brooks, Fer euson, Crooke (2). Haxard, Millis, Kidgell, Lambert, Pritchard, Richard son, Stanley (2), Williams, Strongman Young, Regis. The above plasvers. are requested to meet at the Richmoihd station at 2.30, or be on the ground. at 2.5i, as play must start at 3 P.m..' A match was played betuween the In dependent Church, Prahran, and the! Ist Brighton Troop of Bos? Scots.e Scores :-Brighton. 21.16 (142) ; rah ran, 6.4 (40). The goal-kickers for Brighton were :-l-azard 5, Gibbs 5, Bleckley 5. Black 2, Cleak ". 'Tope and Swan. Brighton have played three matches, winning each, and have an average of over 19 goals a match as Drainst an average of 6 goals.

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Football FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

.Football 1EIERAlI ASSOCIATIONx. The match between Moorabbin aind Mlid: Brighton,' played on :the. round of. the < former, attracted a large rathering of. spectators;. who '. were, however; disappointed: in . =,the gaine; which resulted in an easy win for the .31apies. Both clubs were well up "on the premiership list, and as they had been playing. wood football n keen contest was expected.: liddle Brigh ton were playing for position; so as to meet Caulfield in the semi-final, a?t as a lose against M3oorabbin would, not affect them in that regard, ,they decided:to.gijve some of their players, who were' sufering.irom -the hard, iamno anainst :Cheltenham,' spell:-<.i They had io" less thian ten. of the ordinar players ot, dand As they put "a full team. comprised namely of Juni?rs, *on the field, it was not anticipated that .thev.would put up much of a showing. The latter were well represented, nnd on the opening bounce took control. Ther established" aiood od lead...

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

S RliTITON.. loTo of the olivelest eor.tests that have been promoted line Brilghton for` someil years will.be fought... in . the Nortlh id East oi ard ..Cr. W. J.W? e StroSg, the North :Ward ropresenta Live, has only..representeds the Wards for some 11 monlths, . during whichi tie he has shown.ihimselfto :lihe not by any malns the least, capable of those at the council: table.'. Oppo sitionl has been brought againstlhdn, pyacticallyY as a tprotest agaist thse council's attitude oi 'the ic dtructor site question;. "I\hat section 'ofb `the' ratepaeirs'? not affected deteri?ined to show their earnestness' in regard to the matter by nominating a" candidate p'ldged to their views, and Mi'. J. J. Passe has their confidence in this regard. In addition, he has adopted the view that Brighton shoulds have the services of a resident, as against a consulting, engineer. As .a builder. and contractor he has had practical training, in contrast with Cr. Strong's legal qualifications. In the East Wa...

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ELECTIONS Municipal. VOTING NEXT THURSDAY. SOME LIVE CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

ELECTIONS Municipal: 1.VOTING NEXT TIIU'ISDAY. :-.'-SOI3- LIVE CONTESTS. ,funicipnal ?ntlters :will .be before 'ecal" ratepai?ers nexst Thlirsday ifor i;racticail review: .Variibus candidates luiti .a diocated, dlifferent,. reforiium, for different" districts, anid the. ratepayers iill i be alled upon to endorse -these views or, by votine for retiring niem liels, to elxpress thelirr satisfaction with existing .represcntation.. The polli?ng places and hours are set out in 'detail in our municipal coluns .

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

For Warmth and Comfort. Use a Kerosene Heater. No. 101, Ruby Front,17/. - - No. 120, Ruby Front, :19 No. 120, Mica Front, 18/- - - One-Fire Stoves, 45/-< "The Matador " Handsome Finish, 32/6. Incandescent Unmrners, Mantels and Fittings. Gas and Electgie Lighting Installed. . - irden Tools, Seccateurs, &c. - - from 1/- to 10/ Spades from 2/11, 3/6, 4/6. Shovels from 3/6, 3/9, 4/6:: HARlDWOOD, FLOORING, LININGd WEATHERBOARDS, RED GUM, PALINGS, LATHS, LIME, CEMENT AT CITY PRICES. . J. J. WEBSTER, T11BEI MIERCHANT and IRONMONGER, Opposite STATION,: ELSTERNWICK And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. ...... . . . .e.....- . . -. -."..e . ...4-.. ? . . ...... - .T GEORGoelephone, O Jq B 4 2447Windsor 0o Mlotor, Carriage and Lorry Builder. 1{OTHING BETTER ON 1HEELS .... 3I.,.?2. q,. O :,-- . The Prize Lorry Buildar-MelbDourne Show anc All Principal Shows, LORRIEi a S'ECIALTY(built ;o suit any prpose), DOUBLE & SINGLE LOlRIESE, FARSIEKRS' 3.tRiKET GARDENEa'd WAGGONS 0 FARSI DRAYS...

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

Firstand Foremost. , W. Robinson, Butcher. New, St. Brighton- 'Phone 1215. Established 1859 l10TWN OP BRIGIITON. NOR'T'H WARD EI.iiUTON oIR'-. .J. PASSE; , : TJIE PROGRESSIVE COANDIDA'T'E 11 Will A-DDRESS TITI?'A1TEPAT3ERS In the' P'R ESBYTERIANX SCHOOL IUALL [Murphy Street, Gardenvale,. On. 'TUESIAY EVI'?N NIC NEXT, the 25th AUGUS'T', 1914. ROTLL UP. IIllTISH1 .IUST'ICIt and FAIII PLAY The CENTI'RALl (CO3111'JTE 'i eets on Monday evening alt 01 Martin st., Gardenvale. Ladies and Gentlemen desirous of assisting on Polling DRiy by providing Vehicles, or in any" other direction, please communicate with W. I. NAPRB, Secretary. GEO. E. BUTLER, Assist. See. 'Phones:-'-lrighton 1710, 20!2, 1631. S?HIRE OF 300RA BBIN. WEST RIDING ELECTION. We, . the undersigned -ratepayers,, nominate Mr. I. B. Grace for the above vacancy : Georgo- Wallace Corbett. Josiah A.. Geor. Ernest ioffa. lWilliam Close. Walter 0. lolson. A. E. Smaliil. .dwardi - L. Iiayden. G. P. Iliggs. C: II. Clihord Rowe.: .T. A....

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