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

SRIPPON LEA FRUIT iPALACE. 1 V. WAUGH, :-FRUITERER and GREENGROCER, GLEN EIRA ROAD, near ?IOTHAM STREET, RIPPON LEA. Seisonable Fruit and Fresh S' Vegetables Daily. Orders Called For and Delivered. SUMMER DRINKS. ICE CREAMI. Your Patronage liespectfully'Solicited COWPER'S NURSERY, OAK GROVE. BRIGHTON. Harry Newstead, HIas much pleasure in informing the residents of the district that'h~ his taken over the old-established :'nir serv in Oak .Grove, successfully car ried on for many years by Mn' C. .J. Cowper. PLANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION EIN STOCK.. STANDARD ROSES 'AT LOWEST: RATES. rARDENS LAID OUT . ATTENDEI BY DAY OR CONTRACT. T'LEPI'ONE ...... Brighton 1330. 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 aole Management of GEO. BUTCHER (late of Brighton), who is prepared to SELL YOUR PROPERTY COLLECT YOUR RENTS ARRANGE INSURANCES, &e. Local Agency Scottish Uni...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Poultry. LECTURE BY MR. RINTOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

Poultry. - LI . ClTURl BY 3l.t: IINTOUI. - 31r.'!intoul : poulitry: exlert, lectured t.' ineibcr-llr; of tlie Brigllitn ".Poultry Societ oa the poultry. industry of Victor.i ?l The poultry inhiustry' iV Victolia teas. never: in a miiore iflourishing con ditioi.. 'thian it is tio-day, a fresh series: of'world' 'records i ?eg -lay inlo:g libaving' been-ree?ntly. estabhshel. s ievide ce of' .theexpanlsion :of the indus~try, iL- is "interestiing to note that i1i 112 thc rwre 4 ,732 tolns of eggs-: brouglt by rail into 3Ielbournoe alpne"- lhiilst last :year the tonnage rose to' 5,6S5 tons, at. increase on the iprevious year, of over 20. per cent,, I.or theifirst five ilonths.s of this?;' year?. (iotwithstanding the long spell of .hot and dry .weather) the tonr.age is practically equal to that for the same: period last year. Lihst . year, Great :Britain ..ii1iported over -£8,100,000 worth of 'eggs, and Germanyy '9,£0000,00 worth that could not lie producedin these .two'cointries. Owirng t...

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

: L. T NIRSEY-n.IARiEYX . A.iery: pretty wedding took place at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, 3lickile Brighton, -on Saturday cvcn ii -1f.i li" tcoatracting parties wcre 1Mr t Milliinli l' i<rney, of Prahran, and Miss .::E'ilaMav Harley, of Male strect, Miiddle HBrighton. The Rev. -A. lAw performed: the ceremonoy. The bride, iwho.was. ch'irininlyv dre-sed ii. white. with tlhe. usual veili nd cnrrying- az Ibeautiful bouquet, procirled to tlih altar on the arm of her uncle, 'Mr. il. . .Owen. Miss lDaisy' ~ucrlcy' (sister of the bride) acted as chief bride.aiiid, and :two little girls, 'liss Marjorie Atliins and _Miss, Elsie RTar ley.: (youllngst sister of bride) acted' as train-bearers. Mr. C. Tierney. brother: of the lridegroom, wias best main.- .On lavin, tie church confetti was: showured uponi the lul'g " couple. lThe party were afterwards driven to tlin.Cnalcdonian Hall, where the: wed ding breakfast was held, and about 70 guests acreLpteil the invitations. Tihe chicf io...

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Local Weddings FRASER—WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

Local Wedings FI tsE't-lWARWII CK. ,A veryv pretty weddidng was celebrated at tine Congregational Church, Black street, ;Brighton, on .Siturday, 15th, thie c..ctracting,: partiesi leing Mr. Willi ;ii : Frdiue:rer of rAln road, St. iihla, and ` is's Alice 31' Warwick, eldesit daughiter of 3i. and Mrs. F. IIasrwick -tel of I Bay street, Brighton. The "hRei:. W? . L. Closs pcerformed tlhe ceremony. ';Thelbride, 'ho. wasc 'ives- awn?,a'i' Ic her father, wore a pretty .gown of'f.lrite Oriental satinl and( tiille veil -itih wreathli of orange blowiamoi tiipd `carried a shower bIn iiuet.- The bridesmg~ids were Miss E. .I airwiick, sistetr of .bride. iind 31iss E. ll ritht. Tl;e ie :ore ;daiinty gowns oi f hell "pikii cireperc-le-hfic, wiitli i ii':c: oft.- violet,.`: and thle carried vialet and pink: uaiunets.. The chuerch was ilelicrhted lby the young ladies of the ihurch,' ind a choral service was rendered - by vthe 'chir, of which bioth, j:ride' a.d bridegroon were .members. The -,paren...

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BRIGHTON. THE EAST WARD CONTEST. BRIGHTON NEEDS LIVE REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

II I';· &S'1 \\ Al iCON LI -T, Bljf~llTOX ' NEFISl LiE IIEPIllI -:- SEXTIATI\IO N S;i --Britlton, posses':d 'as it, is:. of great naititi?l :adivatiitages .as a re??s-. ienitial a-rei;, should progiress.; n-uch more. raipidls thain -has .hitherto bmen' thei- case: While othern municipaities ha's one Itheid bhi leaps :iia liiounds, our own,. town has stood .colpalra tively , still. The wresht. inajority .of the-, ratelayers are initially respons ible forl this undesirable :state. of af fai'rs:. They 'lia-e .lierimitted' the Brightoni Council to ?jo. along in a qu!iet is ay, :altogether at v'ariance with': thedi ractical, Irogressiaive spirit of ::th..times. What has beer?Cgo l .n thens pist: in oionection with 'local mniiieipal governfiient lhas beei' good enoltghi for. them in the pr·seat. in the' coiuncil :itself, one oftrto "' men havei; siowi a desire to do practical tiorkt:'.`to come out of .'ell-'orn , uts, butl ha e:lihad' to bon tithe will of t? lett u thini.?:alone m...

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ELECTIONS NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

ELECTI ONS 'ýOMINAIO\S, Or CAND)IDATES North Waurd-Strong, W .J 1 *. PaS~,s .J. J1.:::.. SouIIt h { d-'1'cihllnan ll.I 'E,. Central Ward- Wilson TI' :: Fi i East Wardd-'Alford, GU11 ::n··",,' CAULAIIFD: North {Card-'F·Eiske, W. Kroser J.. East Ward-'luhonson, II. Souith {ard- M[urphy, IE. C. WCet Ward-JInll, P. St. J. N\orth l sduiu'- ·11urgess, 11"3 G. South hiding-`Kltely; W . ' ( .Laut ltdia'-Nacartaesj" J. Castle; A 111., 11.; West .India raGst Ie; :''B hI`, Farl ,,T.Ga")ioks scearina' couaculloiu.' "`.

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Golf. ELSTERNWICK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

. volf.I ELSTFr~i NWICK CLUB. liTe "naiiitiil ;niti'g of the Elstern wick ,C'Golf 'Club I.'avas.held at the CGilbi]toiise.: The report shows that tihe ciillb coitiines toi matke prosler ou11S' heladwi,ý; aiid is under tIhe con trol'70 "ii l 'v: conipetent committee. For tihe year enling 30th June, 191.1, th: club has spent over £1,000 on the links, exclusive of an amount of LGO slnpenton improveuam ts to the club ,house." '\When tile residents con sidelrr. it the Elsteriiwicl; P'ark was like Ixfore the (olf Club took control, the-y :'should indted be grateful to that lody. At one time the park was a qmiagmire overgrpown with weteds, with6liot footpuths, and a rendezvous for undesirables. Now that is all changed, the golf club have had pathIs made, .and all low-lyin, parts have been liitill 11u. The stretcrhes' of land have Ibeen all LIrasstcI. and are Ikept in lirst-clasu: order. \Wlhen it is reimenmbered that the cllub pays at, an nual rttatl fr tlh use of the park, and keeps it in...

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

EcEucationli? : S R.OSBERlCON . GIRLS' GR IAMMAll SCHOOL .and KELDEIGARTEN:' NORTH ROAD, NORTHII: IlRGHl ON 5 minutes from Gardenvale -Station. 10 minutes frontm lectric Traind . Large grauuds ; excellent accommoda tiou for Boarders. i'upils Prepared ,for University, '"Primary,, Junior, and Senior Examinations ; Also for Univeisit31 Local Examina tions in Music. Principals MllSS TISDAI.L AND.1 BISS CAOSTANCE: TI.SIlAIL, M.A. Class Singing and Physical Culture have always formed part of the- cur Dancing and Special Physical Cul tiure lessotls are open to noi-l'upiis. Three Terms for 1914 Begin-, Juie'2nd.-',-.' - Septeni1er:l15th. Ppil i a iPbe Enrolled any time :"NOFOLKtK": GO LS' sCHOOL, "' 1 : ORA," SOUTH -ROAD, BILGHLTON BEACH. SIEUU?IDAlA 1, ILIAliA , SUB-IFItlilA i1?. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. The school is beautifully situated, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOt aanu SENIOI.t 1UUSLLC Examinations; also for University and all o...

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Cricket. B.D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

Cricketi 13.D.CA. aniiual nimetting will be held at the. BLrifghton Towni: all on Tuesday,t:September ;Ist. -, :,. 'hd - eecutitivd' committee met .on Tuesdav evening, and decided not to take steps to arrange for the annual smoke -night and prize distribution in thS: Town HIall. The matter will be brought before the annual meeting. Local. cricket clubs are invited to hold their annual meetings as'.early as possible, in order to avoid , late en tries and upsetting of lixture lists. Sandringham Presbyterians meet on 2sth, Blrightmon C(ongr.,atioinals on. 21st, and EllindI?iC on l'Iction Night (27th.). T'he balance sheet of the association shows a Cr. balance of £2/l/6i, a most satisfactory conlition of alffirs, con sidering the expense of Union matches and other heavy item( that were met. An honorarium of £6/f/-, voted to the hon. secretary (Mr. W. J. Booker? was a small return for the excellent manignement that enabled himn to carry on the affairs of the association and finish up on ...

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ELSTERNWICK CLUB COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 22 August 1914

'?LSTEIRNW1K CLJU . COMIPETI ...Mleniheris: of-the Etitesnwick 0-ub, liad a.ood many competitiions during ast week, the hidies" ha-ving;to fewer tlan three, .including the first; '_two rounis: of th.e iaiiipionshiii: . Finie wcatlieri prevailed 'oin':each day,' and wit;h the linksi in- good aorder' somie good scores liere henled in. On Thursdan.: the first irouhndl of the chamnpiouship. Was played; and good curds were piut in. MIrs. Morrison went laround in S, whichl is a fine score,-. she .was followed by; Mrs Stahl Y9, Miss `.Carre-Rtiddell 89, :rs. Thiel 92, Mr s.-; Daniel 10i5.:,The 18-hole medal ". w?e 'lot.o by; M;s. StChl, 71 iet;:, Miss J.- Persse, 7i net, second: ihe f forth- ro?ni;l of the. silver medal -was also 'played, bhein7" Wonu by Mrs. Stahl, 73 .net; .'The secoiid rourdi of the chimpionship was played on Fri= day'i, wihen, the scoring' was' milch poorer: than the first round.: Score were-M:-rs: Thicl: 92;1 Mrs. iMorrison 9.1 Mliss .Ji;dcllr'95, fL i. Daniel 96, Mrs...

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A PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL. FANCY DRESS FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

A PATRIOTIC CARN'LYL\L. FANCY ifRESS FOOTBALL 31ATCII. A popular effort on behalf of the PatriotIc.Fund is to he made in Hrighton in the form of a fancy dress football match on the lrighton Foot. bull Ground at Brighton Baueh. An enudavoiur will he maide to give every: -itizen who will don ia fancy co.tuome a run "on the ball" after a grand' parade of teams. Tl'h prolmblhe date is SafStrday, Selpthmher 10th. an I a rcetiug is to I;e held at an early date to complete arrangements.l The proposal emanates from a chal lenge issued by the Brighton football Žrs (per (;r. Franici pre.idelm ) to Iay the -Brighton Blnd oiirini il't, who tprompnit?LIv acolect1, iand too k tlh G. 11. Alford (presidenilt) was ele ted chip wi tl Cr. Itul e's (rick', Cr. Hall (centre half-fori ). thi i syor (goal oel k1, t'r. ?-wi i thilf-h"li ick and ( r. fIlnmy (on the trii ) it ' bull & C l. t iill be badly +"utied hi for' the i ame o':""r. "atrtcar' P Tlhomlns aind Treal'irlllr I I".,t\n le ill traini...

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THE 46th REGIMENT. BRIGHTON RIFLES BAND FUND. BAND FOR THE 46th. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

TI.E 46th ]IIE1(;I3IENT. UIIGHTONl RIFLES BAND FUND. BAND FOR TJIE 41th. The Brighton Banld volunteered to Ilalv at thle Beach rotunlda on Sunday, when a collection was taoken up in aid ofd he fund to purchase band in struments for the -16th Rlegiut'nt, jwhich the 321aor of .Brighton is ats sistinz the Mayor of (t'a111field to pro lide. A suni of over £3 was cole lected last Sundayl . an, the aI1nd will play again on Sunday 'weel for tle :lamte object. The 31 uir.of Irilghton acknowledges rcceipt ,of the follow\iing subscriptions: \llount previouslv acluiow- lkdginl - - -- - - - £20 10 61 Iev. .\ Law - - - 0 10 0 Alured Kelly - - - - - t I irank Smnith - - - - - 1 0 £23 2 6

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MAYORESS OF BRIGHTON'S FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

31AY\ORESS OF IIILI(;HTOI':S 1UNI)D' The 'Treasurer (the Mayor of Bright: an) . acknowll?livs. receipt of the fol lobit . further Idonations, for the pu?11 chas*C of materol iT be'; niode,; np iii-, to clothiln, hb the ?ocal'.ladic ':seu ing tomnmittee:- ninu nt previously acleo - iledge - - - - £82 0 Mrs. McBride -- -- 7:" ' 0 0O trs. F. E. O'Coinell 1Mr. A. It. Stole - - - 0.10.16 _irs. Kelley - - -? ? - 10 0 Mrs.'1asters - 02 6 !hirs. John ,Molfa t - -' 010 0 £86 3 0

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THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

Ti ?The?-? 3a-o ; 0of.! *Brirlton. acknoiii ledges'.Y receipt of- the folliin.'s iAmounmt? previously ickii w .. JRey. A.: Inn - _ 1' 1=0. IL V. .:Mitchell - - 2 -?, 1 '" lIrs. ?11: . Mitichell - 1' 1 0 Cr.%,Grouts -- .. > ;1 ?. Alutred Kelly. - 2 2 ,1F'Is O'Ci nall - 1 S ficr' & Elliott - , - 5 0 Janie-. Alkli i;- 1 .oi t; - o - . ( 11r. 3 is. : can on 0?? Mr ? tA I,.I.St. u ='0,0 t:O IThompso nith - - Br ighton Gis Cp t - l. J .;ion..l Gas:-:g- Co a-+7.5 The. ,direCtorsibio~ thei Týighiton -Ga Co. nut on,Thursday oveningH andlde ided l-to rote '£5i4 to .elw ar Fulnds, .ti23 to" be. donated t~hrough the 'layor of Brighton's fund and £2 to' the lRed Cross Society.

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BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

. ' BI lTON.: The " sewilg: done. by :thellti~ ghti Town: Hall 2branch of the lil'triotic League aivs despatched hlacstuTuesdav. It anns ' a i ryIi~arge'-iitiiiiiioa eind '' inii. all Trhip' r-nere: 630 `"articles! To itlio TL?dy .3fairei's Fiiiid':thle f61 lowing were sent -Pyvjaias i?6 pairs, 'shirts f.:':i293; hice cloths; 8,4 knitted socks:`. 21 pa:irs; scarves 3, mitteiis S.- pirs 1 helmet calp;l i handker-. chifs and and nanyr ixniscclhinebus air ibles -I?,;-f the ?ied .Cross ?Funid ?ere sent 26 '. hosplital :slhiris: 50 woollen uidervesti,, "-:t a- nightiiigale~ Inside Ithe' .:'eck: of' eery v arnmenet w'as stamped: e these o.:;rds'-"Good hick', from Brighton ; Victorid.?.' After7tAill eipenses are paiid the 'aitnoUt in hand. will 'be £42/5/8/ ~whii- it:i pr. posei -the 31[ay?reis i.will ;keepin handil to b"uy:. material foir faither seiing. ucinse:i i-'l'he:s i tiine of the :next meeting i"ill be'1 a'lirtised iii ili. 'So:itliern Cross" and the, d-iily -pa Mr?. C-larksoi "'a...

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AMBULANCE WORK FACILITATED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

A3l1It ,AN(IE WORK I:ACILITATED. Tlh 3lonralbbin Council notifiel the Inrilhton Counelil oni Monday that thyc had no objec0tion to the spare unbulalnce wagnon being olieffrd to the r)efente Department.-The Brighton Council resolved to notify: the nuthori ties that the vehicle was available. St. John Ambulance Association thanked the Brighton Council for plac ing, a room at the disposal of the Asso:iutiQn, and . intimated that a course of.lectures wouhi be arrangedl.

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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

Caulfield Council. The bfortnightly meeting of :tie Caul Tield Coufcil held ori Ti~lsday was at tenided ,by the Mayor (Cr. Murphy), and Crs. Eggleston. Fiske, Halll. it chen, .Murray, Charles, Tyner, Brook hasiv and Thcomson. EXTENSION 0#F' ,EWER MAINS. The Board of Works forwarded a copy of the estimates required for 1914-15, which stated that the esti mated revenue was £712,378 (water rate £2C0,000, and sewer £:127,2 16). On the expenditure side C£'0,000 was required for water supply reticulation. £153,000 sewer reticulation, .CS0,000 inain branch sewers, £.15,000 house connections. Cr. lIll, representative on the Board, said that the estimates pro vided ilteresting readinsg, and. men tioned that it was proposed to ex .end £25,000 in sewer reticulation in cuslfieli. ELECTRIC TR'AMS. The Tlramnuays Trust forwarded a retui'n for the week ending August '19th, showing tih. receipts on the "ialaclava road line were £3l.15/l1/11 . and the passeners carried 51,233, whilst on the Claullie...

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The War BRIGHTON COUNCIL VOTES £100. AS A FIRST INSTALMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

The War BI1(:rtTON COUNCIL VOTES .clon. AS A FIlIST INSTAIMIENT. At the Briihton Council meetiing on IMonday eviening the 31tayor, Cr. T. W)ilion, tmitioned that the Britiih itmphe wras in trouble onw tines, and it w.as the tltdtiy of the council to .hort- Ihel r sym 'pathy to s ntuo cue( ,n( . le ,'tinl tt(I. lItear. henr. Somme tt'iht think it was too Biuch. hut if thier vot,-d 1,hs tlhan that amount it would he Colltnlr[ptibtlle. M, mtotv(l that 1il')1 he donated it the Iatri "tic Fumd. Cr. Pullman seo.rnded the resolution. hIe notit udl that antnic! )alitie on:: rith(:r sihde of them wereI votlul, am ounts. Altlhoulh it minrhlt not he ileal to donate anlvthina tol the pa lriotic fund the tl'hounlt they utigrht Pa?ily take the risk. inlvern (Council hl?t \t-le .l ? i,'C. . ? ed it as i nd11 r stood the amoullnt wns not to ile thII last. IHu thonihr t that the ilsam :niIt be applied to Ili. ton's con trihution (Cr. lanby said that he would lilke tii see the atunolti increased to £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

ROYAL • R. j IXCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Acoident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURINE. J.- C. Journeana, M?anager. DISTRIC AGENCIES. ortl(GITOh-S. P. Simmonds, Estate Agent, "Bay Street. MIlDDLE BRIGIIT'ON-Connor and Alfrrd, Estsate Agents, Church Street ST. KILDA--Priince and Co., Estate Agents, 2l6 Iligh Street. SANDRINGHi?.I-Round and Co., Es tate Agents, Melrose Street. CAULIELD-ifarold L oker and Co., Estate Agents, opposite Station (;ltJ.lNVA.L2 -?Inomson and Gollinson, IEstate Agenls. Uardenvale. I1ALACLA\V*-s A E.;.'Forster. Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street. ELSTI'TENWI CK--Beer, Mlotts and .Johnson, Estate A,,rts, Glenhuntly Rd. ly Road. MEAT KILLED' VER NMJE BARTLETT GOVERNMENT. FAMILY BUTCHE, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry Daily.: Poultryjand Rabbits Always on Hand. Carts Dalljy to Ornmoid, McKinnon ...

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The Southern Cross Let all the ends thon aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

.country's, thy ,God'., and truth'?~ S.\TUt?IAY, AUGUST 29, ?.i,.. District News BRIGHTON. T Th electors throughout thie Coisi-' .mohiealth l will sbecalled upon to Sexeercis? heir. franhise next, Satt?rdayl -. foe? the election of mnembers to both SHounses ini the " Federal Parliameit.' -Ir, i. 'JA:Boyd will deliver ian-eve 'of-the-battle 'address in te i lDril< .uooma on Thurssetsday. The Brighton branch of the ionien's National 'Leagnu held their annual tea in the Tons H hall. on Wednesday, whei, a large number .of ' members and friends aceepteil the iniitatitniih of the president: -On: previous occasions the tea? was held in conjunction-with the ainnuial meeting,' lnt obing to the "fear that'.t they- would he i acting ,contrnai. to .the Electoral Act, as Mr. SBoyd -was speaking,. it-was adjourned. A musical programme was cnutribut red, and altogether-an en.ioyable after noon was spent. During an interval a" political address was given by Mrs. Boyne. About midniht on T...

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