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Skylarks. TO A MORNINGTON ENQUIRER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
Skylarks. TO.A 1OIt\NINtC\TON ENQUIRER. BY A. C(AITFORD, CORONATION ST'RIEET, BR[GlITON. ]egarding a q:uestion sonic. time back in the "Southlrn Cross," which I nlm sor-}- to Say escaped almy sight until it wfs shown me a few days ago, I ::houlil have been only too pleased to have enlightenied the en quirer as to his question at the time, but 1 11, writing now-better late than never. As to thercearing of larks. they are the sil plest of all hirds to renar. You want to take the young just teftore they are full-fledtged, put them in a small, box about six inches square, put about three inches of chaff in so as to uinkeo somthing for thenm to nestle doswn in, and ke:ep them from getting the crimp, as that is a complaint that comes over them very soon, and off they go. Soaik people in trying to rear young birds put them in a cage with sand, anll as they cannot werchl through having a straight hind claw they, have to move about the floor of the cage in whatever mess niuy bie there. Chang...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
Doherty & eo . 125-127 Glen Huntly -Road,, Elsternwick, . : W inter Clearing Sale. SNow On. . All Lines Reduced. S12s127 6leti? unIty Ioad, Isternwick. 'Phone-Brighton 1747. Te TIX.L. Drapers. (RTegistered). 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.) c r CHURCH & MALE STS.,'"" MIDDLE BRIGHTON. One minute from Station. 'PHONE 5324. ' ' :. Percy Bingeman (27 Years with Caunt's) Ophthalmic Optician, LONDON HOUSE, 97.Elizabeth St. (Next Equitable Building).. UPSTAIRS (TAKE LIFT), 2nd FLOOR. r: t1E NATIONAL BANK OF AUS I,. TRALASIA LIMITED. A BRANCH? "IS NOW OPEN for. the Transaction' of all Banking Business at :,. 82 GLENIUNTLY RD., ELSTERN WICK., Under- the EIanagement of :?MR. E; ROWLAND JONES." E. ,1i. Wrl lEFOlD. S " .? - ? ,General Manager. FOR the Best Value in Boots & Shoes GO TO ...
FOLLY, FACT AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
FOLLY, FACT AND FANCY. -9----- (By "BEAU [IEMAN ") Another week has gone and the qC'nnels have sat and the councillors made funny remarks and the weather has been fine and the returned soldiers have all been holding forth, yet have I not had time for any- of these things. This only have I heard and it is called THE SOUL OF TIlE SUfILOWEB SEED. People said Tom Grarham had male a grave mistake in marrying little Marie Bell, for Tom was only (?) a craftsman, and Mario Mlarie was almost a fashion-plate girl to them. She MarrIT b sensible in some things, they allowed, but too fond of dress; and be sides she read Browning, Keats and Shelley poetry was not a good thing for a working man's wife. But lom had reckoned the cost and risked it. He would have risked it had the oost seemed fifty times as great, for he was old-fashioned enough to be in love. He bought a cottage with a plot of garden and out Caulfield way, a pretty little place that looked out on the East across a cemotery-crowned h...
White Sauce. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
White Sauce. Ingredients - } pint milk, lo?. sugar, I teapoel sornflour, 1 spoon butter, 3 bay leaves, or small Jlece femn rind. M?ethod.--a:tng the milk, butter, sugar, and bay leaves or lemon rind ) the boil, steep by the aide ei the ,ire fie m?inuites, remove bthe y leaves and thicket with the cornflo-_ ouatened.with a little cold milk,
FROM THE UPPER YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
&.RON TIE UPPER YARRA. Near our humpy on the Yarra, On the crystal Upper Yarn, Where the Kookaburra tunes hiL merry lay Silver wattles softly swaying Solemn symphonies seem playing To a song of falling waters through an aurea!l of spray. There is maiden.hair in plenty, Wild spring-flow'rs, bright-hued ad scenty,. Bracken scrub on banks all velvety and greean Rugged tracks above to travel Over red.stone chips and gravel, Under sombre gums who- esumer birdstheir sober plumage proen. And at dyobreak ev'ry morning, E're the sun, the far lands scorning, Tips the furthest range with faintest tist d goldM ; While the night-dews still are falling, You may hear the magpies calling Mellow nesengois of morning s Sth he ots et slumbcr-fold. Ad ons mornings when I'm lasy, Lu, I gaze oet through the hazy DltlanesI to the dan-lighto gath'eing In AM East;' Till my fancy eatches fre, And the magpies seem a choir, singing anthems to tae sun.god with al!, natul for a priest. And I would I were...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
: THREE MEDICAL WINTER REMEDIES. Foster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAR .REMEDY.. It does not rherely relieve a Cough, but it gives immediate ' -?relief, and removes the cau?'e s. ." . FOR LOSS OF VOICE, . HOARSENESS, S.CHEST AaFFEOTIONS, &c: FOSTER'S ýmulsion of ogtiVEr Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda. Pure & Palatable. FOR PULMONARY AFFECEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. is. 6di Foster's Record- Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c.: n cases of I)eep-seated Cests Colds it is applied with advantage, :is Foster s -Pharmacy Church Street; Middle Brighton. Telephone 1125 Brighton. ..ý . ..... «.«.«.«. ...... ) ,.. 0*-*-* (*-* - ý..- * * - «-*.N * - *.-.M euminq, S mith & CO'.S SICKLE BRAND RETORTED CHARCOAL. Thli? CHLARCOAL. is made at our W,\od l)istillation Works at Warlhur ton. Its superior qualities are due to the fact that it is RElTORITED.; 'i*b which process all imlpurities are removed, leaving behind ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
room - --------BAY ST.4 BRIGHTON, L Ih QUALITY Butcher-K. Morrison c/r Hampton St. T. 227 Brighton, Howard Weber, SPECIA? STOCK Painter, Paperhanger,..:"x' REtAONADLEpftscIC -General Renovator WALLjPAPER.3' " "'-' House +PiINDIL VARILi7 Decorator, IN ALWAYS ON HAND. and ALL SUBURBS. ' Repairer. Hawlthorn Roads Brighton Gardeners 1.l WATERTIGHTS and BLUCHERS. The Best in Quality means 'the' Beast Wear' and the most 'Comfort;. The Best is Always the Cheapest. sos d.T.MATTHEWS. Boos EPrPAIlr-F BOOT PALACE. t- ooascr CHARMAN ST. MATTRW, ROAD, J, T £TTaE CHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham.. KEEPS THE BEST-GIVE HIM A TRY. To the General Pulic 'of :Chelteiham and Distrit.-Two things worth Bememlbering -J: iT ATTHEWS12. I.-Has an up-to date Stock at your doors: 2 -Silfu ad Tradeanlike Repairing a Specialty with him. 1lwbury $b1arpin Carpenters, Builders & General Contractors. AIl Cluasses of-le"o" Wor Executed Alterations Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and In any Btate of the Com...
Brighton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
Brighton Council. A record was cstablis.hed hv the Brighton Council on Mlondaly v.*ning. when the 3nVayor (Cr. Wilson). Crs. Cheeseman, Brrows, THall, Grout. Tlanby, Green, ulhnun,. Alford and Francis attended. A small salsinis sheet was submitted for consideration, and the meeting concluded at the re spectablo hour of half-past nino. A STANDARD FOR ROAD CON STRUCTION. The recomnuendatio of the engineer regarding the construction and mnain tenance of boundary roads between Drilhton and Moorabbin was consid ered. It was mentioned that lMoorabbin had deferred consideration to see what Brighton's attitude was. Cr. Pullman thougut there should ho a binding agreernnt that Bloorabbin would nmaiutain the roads in proper order. Ile did not know of a worse road than the part of South 'road controlled by dt orabbin. and it had been in the sauue condition for six years. "IThere should be a stand ard adopted, and lRth councils should adhere to that standard. lie moved that the recomtmendation b...
The Year's Work THE MAYOR'S RESUME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
TIhe Yea's Work THIi 1UIMOR S RESUIME. (3. TIIOMAS WILSON, J.P. (Mlayor of lrifghton.) At MIonday's meeting of the Brighton Council, which was the final council night. for the year, the Mayor (Cr. I'T Wilson). submitted a resume of the .work carried out during the twelve u?ntlhs.. :The fayor said that his torm of ofice, i, d-pirel that night,'and on Mon day they wo: uwold Lhe aelled" upon to elect a netw, mayor. lie had to thank thenl for the loyal support they had accorded the ichair (during his term of office, and &lt;to "assure them that he deep.lv iPlrecieited tlleir kindness. His thanks wereie also due. to Mr. WV. A. Adamnsont; and ;:Mr. ;D. E.'f McBryde, MI's.L.G., C and 3h.'O. It. I Snowball, 1M.L.A. for their attentioli to various mittes: lie hail in.iiihe: couniil's .in terests broughtt under, their notice `.' .lMe desired 'to tlank i the' oflicers of the council l mist. heartily. for the courtesy aind' ssistLeo lie had :e ceived froni them at all tinies:. They had ...
CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
C.\ UL FIELD. Only one councillor'in CoulflehI was faced with opposition. The North Ward ratepayers nominated Mr. J. 11. hrocer against Cr. W. Fiske, and al though considerable feeling was shown by it section regarding the vexed question of the Caulfield racecourse reserve, the majority expressed thdir contfidence in the retiring c?andidate. The votin" was Fiske, W. -- - - - - 43 Kroger, J. 1 - ^6 Majority for Fiu ke l:o?. "- 153G At, the election in i291- ihe :lngures were :-- : " .i. , ieMurray, N. L. 1 - l5) Hois, t . WF ? =75 'lajorit r Mo'urray- 17'- Crs '`.3furihy?': (Southi u) ?nil (West), and lBrooksehaw (East)'.- iWcre returned unopposed . -
Brighton's Band. WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
Brigbton's:Banda: :WFTEKLY. E' I'ERTAIN3IENTS. To be compeiled to turn people away on account of hbeing diible to accom mnodate them, is-getting a common occurrence at the Drill Room sinace the Brind conmmittee provided their liust-class progrannne, every Saturday nilht. L :;t -Saturday those who sat too lon" over tea, and arrived after .3.0 s:re lucky to find a seat. avail able, the "bill" being the best yet Producedl. The pictures were beauti fully clear and steady, aidl were sub lects that appeal to all. 'Th[ artists included )IMr. Arthur lDouglas, who had the L.oi ctsonv-led with ,aiughtar. more so wh'en hI.' a-ked the vast au 'im'Ce to join in his songes. A special fýature iof the progratutue'was the duet render,.d byt Miss and Master tioodwar,.l. 'These talented young 'a lists evoked greait aliau'?c, and were accot, led a double encore. For the benefit ,f the hlrge ntmt ber who were not able to gain ad mission last Saiturda ,i the committee have engaged 31r. Arthur Dougli- to ...
Apple Sauce. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
Apple Sauce. Ingredients-1 apples. ion. butter, toz. sugar,- 2 tablespoons water. Method.-Peel apples, core, cut up roughly, put into a small saucepan vith the sugar, butter, and water, toil gently till tender, rub through • sieve, and re-heat ; serve with -oast pork, ducks, and -geesy
In Fancy Dress. SUCCESSFUL BALL AT BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
In Fancy Dress. SUCCESSFUL BALL AT BENTLEIGII. The Bentlhich residents. have a happy knack of getting what they want. A comparatively ferw weeks ago they set thetnceives to obtain a recreation ro serve, and after a little energetic work it oeam e.att accomplished fact. They arc now putting the ground in order, and it is confelently aniicipated that crichet will he played on the area during the coming seaion. With a view to raisine funds to pay ofi the iiability on the re?.r.e the ladies' comlmittee decided to hold a faner dress nall. adI thie cnthusiasm that they put into their work was evi denced by the larr e gatl?ring that assemhttletl at the BIntleigh Hall oni hiednesday. The floor proved inad. Fluate for the dalncers who, tunder the direction of 3lr. Clements. spent an enioyable evenein dancing to the strains of O'ltrien's lBand. There were varied fancy costumles from the natio nal d, sins down to the u ,i.'uitous i swagman. Some of the entrants dis playnl _goodI taste in thle ...
CR. G. H. ALFORD. EAST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
Cit. G. It. ALFO OD.. EAST WARD. The election in the East Ward was conducted quietly throughout the day at the polling booth at the corner of Nepean road and Agnew street. A steady stream of voters were brought by quite a fleet of motors and other vehicles. Towards the close of the day there "was a considerable rush from city workers, and the poll was one of the heaviest ever recorded, ap prorimating 76 per cent. of the eli gible vote. The presence of 2 tables, one on either side of the polling booth, seemed to create the impres sion among some of the lady voters that there was one for each of the candidates. Informal votes were few, but three papers were marked with a cross in a similar fashion to the method: used in parliamentarv elec tions. Postal votes numbered 37, and were mostly cast for the sitting candidate. The count was reached within an hour. and at 8 p.m. the te turning officer (Cr. A. It. Stone) an aounced the result to a crowd of about four hundred people that had coll...
Stuffed Tomatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
Stuffed Tomatoea. Ingredients-- large tomatoes, 3 table spoons bread crumbs, 1 dessert ;poon chopped parsley, 1 grate ol tutmcg, 3 tablespoons cold meat, 1 :hallot, pepper and salt, loz. but ter. Method.-Cut the tops of the to natocs and scoop out. the inside nince the meat scry finely, mix with :wo tablespoons of bread crumbs, :hopped shallot, parsley, nutmeg, mepper, salt, and two tablespoons of the tomato pulp; stuff the tomatoes kith the mixture, sprinkle the re. nainder of the crumbs on lhie top, :nd place a small piece of butter on each, put .in a moderate oven and iake ten minutes; serve on slices ol toast or fried bread.
Kidneys and Macaroni. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
Kidneys and Macaroni. Ingredients-G- shecps' kidneys, 4oz. nacaroni, 1 gills gravy or wat?r, ittle salt, pepper and sugar, loz. >utter, Aoz. flour, 1 tablespoon mushroom ketchup. ?Method.--Make the hutter hot in a ;mall fryihgpan or saucepan, chop up the kidneys, and fry gently five minutes, add the pepper, salt, sugar, end flour, stir well, add the gravy end sauce, cook very gently lifteen ninultes; boil the macaroni forty minutes, divide into two portions, ;hop half up finely, add to the kid. icy, then put on a hot dish; cut the tcumainder of the macaroni into one inch lengths. put round the kid. Icy, and sprinkle chopped parsley on :he top.
WEST RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914
Tihe contest in the W\est Riding was to fill the vacancy caused by the rtsig nation of Cr. A. E. Small, and the candidates were MIr. T. G. Farrant, saddler, of Thomas street, liampton, and 1r. It. Dt. Grace, estate agent. of Sandrillghiam. Eachlrelied urpon the solid support of hIs respettive district and, in addition, MIr. larrant stas the more assidul ,? in skinJg the sunliranes of the Ilihett voutrs, nho once more demonstrated their ability to vote solidly, and thus in Iluence an election where otherwise they are outvoted in Sandrinl?rhain or lanm:tort The voting was :- - Farrant. Grace. Saitrringhan - - - 14-IS •471 I~rrlaton - - - S3li 13: Ili:hett - - - 112 11 Mioorabhir - - -- - :7 10 !'ustal - - - - 40. 46 7520 6S5 )la ority for Farrant 35. Cr. J. i1. Eggleston announced the result in the Public Hall at Sand ringham to a crowd of about IOt ratepayvers. Mr. Grace moved a vote of thanks to' the returning officer, and tersely thanked those who voted for him, and sympathised- wi...