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EAST RIDING. MR. J. MACARTNEY ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

EAST RIDING. 31. J. 31ACARTINEY ELECTED. In the Iast Riding Mr. J. 3aucar Ley, of lNordialloc, and Ir.. IIA . Castle stood for the seat rendered naeant by the retirement of Cr. J. Shields. Keen interest was mani fested in the contest throughout they shire, and a large number of rate payers assembled at eheltthamt tO hear .the result anotnced by the - tnrnini,, oil-jeer. Cr. M ltlla- fcllow : oe 3cartney.' CStle. Cheltetnham - - 110 1]1 3lordialloc -- - 2 Mhoorabbin - - - 1 t lleathertot -- - 102 371 321 tMajority for Macartney 47. A vote of ;thlankst to the retur:nih oflicer by Mr. Macartne', a:rd seco' - ded by Llr. Castle was carried. Cr. 3Mills hriefly rspondd. Mr. 71acartnee naturally polled hea vily at M[urdtall'c, whiclh secured Ir him the seat. as at the other- tree booths IMr. Castle had establish,,l n lead of 133. The numbrr of votes on the roll sa;s 391. In 1113 the fiures C ere : Blrowatli d. l.eL'aee. Cheltenhaml . - - -- i 13: Ileatherton - - - 31ordialloe - - -- 137 37...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Bread Sauce. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

Bread Sauce. Ingredients-3oz. bread crumbs, mall piece onion, lot. butter, .+ pint nilk;,l blade mace. Method.-I-oil the milk, and steep the onion and mace in it by thei sidt of the fire fifteen minutes, strait ; teturn milk to the saucepan, add the crumbs and beat well with a fork; leave with the lid on the pan five atinutes, add the butter and serve. Hollandaise Sauce for Boiled Fish. Ingredients-i pint melted butter, 2 yolks eggs, 2oz. butter, lemon iuice. Alethod.-Make the melted butter, ldd the yolks of the eggs and stit till they are cooked without boiling; squeeze through a tammy cloth, rb ,urn to the saucepan, re-heat; take off the fire and add the remaining 2 2unces of butter, a very small piece it a time, stirring yell till it has come thoroughly incorporated; ;cason with lemon juice and salt3

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

Veal Shape. Ingredients-lilT..lean veal, 1 co.w heel, 1 carrot, 1 blade mace, 4 pep percorns, 2 hard-boiled eggs, jTh. ham or bacon, 1 onion, boucucet gar ni, 2 inches lemon rind, 3 cloves, chopped parsley. MIethod.-Cut the meat off the cow heel, and cut into pieces one inch leuare, also the veal; cut the ham into thin slices; prepare the vege tables cut up roughly, tie the spice In a piece of muslin, put in the bones, 7egetables, spice and lemon rind into a saucepan, add pepper and salt and boil gently one and a half hours; -train, .return to the saucepan with the meat from the cow heel and the real, stew gently till quite tender, remove the meat and boil the gravy quickly for ten minutes ; cut the egg In slices and arrange with the chop ped parsley in the mould, put in the meat and ham carefully, strain the stock over, ard turn out when cold.

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COOKERY. Kidneys and Mushrooms. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

-OKERY. - Kidneys and Mushrooms. Ingredieats-6 sheeps' kidneys, 1 loz. fresh mushrooms, lemon juice, little maitre d'hotel butter, 3 slices toast, loz. butter, pepper and salt. Alethod.-Split the kidneys in half, Akin and grill over a clear fire for seven minutes: butter the toast and lay the kidneys on, the split side up; put a little maitre d'hotel but ter on each- piece; skin the mush rooms, and put into a pie-dish with " few drops of lemon juice and one ounce of butter; cover with plate. rook in a moderate oven ten minutes; serve round the kidneys.

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

Fried Sweetbreads. Ingredients-1 pair sweetbreads, I egg, use of frying fat, j pint stock, bread crumbs, . pint brown sauce. Mlethod.-Blanch the sweetbreads, end cook in the stock threc-luarters of an hour or till tender, place be tween two plates with a we:ilght on top, till quite cold, then split in lialf, dip in flour, andtl egg and bread crumb; wet-fry till brown, and serve with brown sauce.

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Stewed Ox Kidney. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

Steowed Ox Kidney. Ingredients-1 ox kidney or six sheeps', lot. flour, j teaspoon mus Lard, 1 small onion, loz. dripping or sutter, 1 teaspoon sugar, ½ teaspoon ;epper, j pint water. Mlethod.--Wash the kidney, cut iq lieces half an inch square; mtal;e the at hot in a saucepan, and fry kid tey With the onion (mi;!ced) till 'row' ; mix the dry liour, sugar, nustred, pepper, and ,olt to ;ether, add to the kidney and 'ry well for three minutes, tdd the water, stir till hoiling, cook rery gently one and a half hours; but on a hot dish, garnish with chop.. ,ed parsley, and sippets of toasted bread.

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

.......TH E.................. S-IElsternwick FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. S 419 Glen Huntly Rd. S Snowell s, -Elatrnwick. A Few Doors B-lowsE S. & A. B.anc. We :speeialise It ohe I.oisi r Trade, Ikeep the very I st. hli.r.m able, and will Iot he unfl 'snll . All Goolds kept in Cooling Cham ber. .'ggs from Cool IDistricts Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Butter and Cheese from Western District Factories. Kindly .R emmber This-Whethler your Order is Worth a Shilling. or a Pdund we Deliver it P'romptly. and in a enretini and Up-to-D)te manner. :. H. Nicholson ?- begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Hiatly, Carnegie, Ormond and SsMrrondimg Di?tat that he hr Opened a Store at Glen nuntly (Late Ulundy), and as a -Full Stock of Groceries, Croarmy, S : and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage Is respectively Solicited GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES-Brighton, Elsternwick, Balaclava ad Glen Ituntly. W. H. NIeHOLSON, Grocer, Wine & Spirit . Merchant I rhone Brighton 1064. r I.Saddle...

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CR. W. J. W. STRONG. NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

(T. IV. .1. W. ST(tONG. NORTHI 1 tRD. The number of votes on the roll is 1303 Tilhe voting was as follows :- Y. J. WT Strong O-i- 50.1 J. J. Passe -- 37, Maiority fobr Stron - - - 127 Anrid:=t : ai~plause the 'returning of icer ?Crl'Biurrows; anouticed the xv Cr 'Strong: ? a?h was well received, moVikli a.vote ? thanks to the re turning.,officer for" the able- manner n :iheihlie h 1hisd carried out his du y; lIe also: deired to thank them for again- eleeting him as one of their represnitatives, especialli those who had iworied= ' hard to secure his return.. -Mr. Pas e seconded the motion. LHe said that although he was defeated gain, he would take his defeat like a'man. (Hear, hear.) A Ioice.-You stirred up the Coum Mr. Passe said that he had stirred up the ratepayers as well. If they santed hlim again he would be at their service, and next time he wouhl hut up a better fight. It was rather discouraning to be defeated by such a large majority, as lie had expectled the result to be mu...

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ELECTIONS Municipal. BRIGHTON. RETIRING COUNCILLORS CHALLENGED. DETERMINED CONTESTS IN TWO WARDS. RATEPAYERS SUPPORT EXISTING ADMINISTRATION. RETIRING REPRESENTATIVES RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

ELECTIONS Municipal. BRIGHTON. IIET)ILNG COUNCILLOIIS ?I?L LENGED. DETERMLNED CONTESTS IN TWO WARDS. RiATEPA'IERS SUPPORT EXISTING ; ADUIN1ST' ATION. :RETII RING REPRESIENTATI ES IRETURNED. The MaNor (Cr. Thomas Wilson, J.1), and Cr. If. E. Pulunan were returned imopposcd as the retiring couneillors for the Central and South Wards reas?ttively, but there were keen contests in thie North aid East Wards. Cr. Aliord was challenged by Mr. UI. Nathan, who made an at tack on the present adminiitration, which he claimed required liven' in" up in the ward, whil t he advocated a resident engineer for the town gener ally. -Mr. Pas;e, who or-posed Cr.d trong in the North Ward, al'o madie the resident engineer a plank in his plat form, so that the re cult in this re gard lnty lbe taken to represent a Ieeliilg of confid nce in Ir. 'oani in these ward.s. Mr. Nathan put up a cood liht almost single-handil, but Cr. Alfords In erect orgaisaitiJon ou the day carried all before it. 3ir. Pansse was bar...

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

For Warmth and e omfort. 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 Burners, Mantels and Fittings. Gas and Electric Lighting Installed. irden Tools, Seccateurs, &c. - - from 1/- to 10/ Spades from 2/11, 3/6, 46. Shovels from 3/6, 3/9, 4/6. HARDWOOD, FLOORING, LINING, WEATHERBOARDS, RED-GUM, PALINGS, LATHS, LIME, CEMENT AT g CITY PRICES. J. J. WEBSTER, TIMBER MERCHANT and IRONMONGER, Opposite: STATION,' ELSTERNWICK And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. -2 ---- ---------- -----"-I--''`Y- " LI ? W ,l tl. Telephone Motor, Carriage and Lorry Builder. : fOTHING BETTER ON VHEEL9 IN 5A & q) The Prize Lorry Buildar-Melbourne Show ant D All Principal Shows. LORRIESa SPEOIALTY(built to suit any purpose), DOUBLE & SINGLE 'LORRIES, FARMERS'. 3ARKET GARDENERS WAGGONS FARMI DRAYS, TIP-DR&YS. PONY JINKEi- , TIEE.EEQUARTER SHAFT SULKIES, DOUBLE SEATE...

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

CAULFlIEIL -?iOOftABlIiN. The annual meeting of the Caulfield Moorabain Association was held on Wednesday at the Queen's Hall, Caul field, when Mr. luarston presided over an attendance of 20 delegates, nine clubs being represented. The report referred to the success of the past season, and special mention was made to the Union matches, and the position tlhat the Association had acquired in them. The balance sheet indicated that the receipts amounted to £28/13/4 and the expenditure £30/16/-, leaving a debit . balance of £1/13/-. It was pointed out that the financial position was due .to the, expenses incurred" in connection with the -Union. The .secretary, .Mr. J. Hogan,. inti ated. liia ::.intention of not seeking re-election.. r. Foxr moved that the regret 'of,,the Assbciation be expressed at Mr. Hlo an not seeking .re-election, and that, a spccial record be placed on .the minutes. .The resolution was carried. . It. was: lso stated- that Mr. Jlogan had put life into the Associ utti...

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Cricket. B.D.C.A. CLUBS ASSEMBLE NEXT TUESDAY PREPARATIONS FOR COMING [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

- ' ricket. * B.D.C.A. CLUBS ASSEMBLE NEXT TUESDAV I'IPEPAItATIONS FOR CO31ING The annual meeting of the Brighton District Cricket Association will be held next Tuesday evening in the Brighton Town lhall. lost of last 'ear's clubs are expected to play again, anti new clubs in Birighton, Elsterawick, Caulfield, _Moorahbia? andl Sandringham districts are invited to send two delegates to this popular district competition. The associa tion is strong both financially and in the evenness of the teams competing in the three Grades, making for the success of cricket in the clubs taking part.

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

PUBLIC NOTICES. RIPPON LEA FRUIT PALACE. 1V. WAUGH, FRUITERER and GREENGROCER, GLEN EIRA ROAD, near HIDTHAM STREET, RIPPON LEA. Seasonable Fruit and Fresh Vegetables Daily. Orders Called For and Delivered. * SUMMER DRINKS. ICE CREAMI. Your Patronage Respectfully Solicited COWPER'S NURSERY, OAK GROVE, BRIGHTON. SHarry Newstead, Has much pleasure in informing the residents of the district that he has taken over the old-established nur -serv in Oak Grove, successfully car ried on for many years by Mr C. J. Cowper. `'PLANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIO? I:: N STOCK. STANDARD ROSES AT: LOWEST : - RATES. G`ARDENS LAID OUT- & ATTENDEE BY DAY OR CONTRACT. TELEPfONE .... 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 :sole Management of GEO. BUTCHER (late of Brighton), who is prepared to SELL YOUR PROPERTY COLLECT YOUR RENTS ARRANGE INSURANCES, &c. Local Agency ...

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Go to Church Sunday. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

Go to Church Sunday. • -- T o-M01ltOW'S S ERVICES. Bluck Rock (ongregatiofial?-f - and 7, Nev. Reginald T'urner.. t niln Church. South Brighton.-3, lRev. W. .J. Clos, '1B.A.; 7; Ir. l'm. Judd. ~laIle Street [Methodist.-tlile' t. II. r11. Powell ; 7, Rev. F. .. ats furd. lentleigh-11; Rev. 1'. Wat.s fiord : 'Tucker roadl, , suli'ly. Cam den-II. M3r. Seaton; 7, Mr. T. I. 31arriott. St. Andrew's Church of EngIlnd. )liddi. Brighton, 7.15 (IT.C.), 11 and 7, Ii. A. Law. St. Mark's.-iS I(J,-e.) r 11 i 7nr, 7. d lr. Faulkner. St. .Lu ok's -11 31r. Faulkner,: 7".i New Stirt I e 1thlist .. Circit.-ei street--ll Rev. Dr. litchett; 7, ;e:. Dr. Ilatvin. .Mill ,street-I and 7, Iep..I. T. I'iereey.' i're stre.t-lI. 31r. F. E. ihards; 7, le'r. S. -A:d lim?so,. Sandrilngham--I I, ; IRed. 11. J. Flokacrt : 7, ,Jev. C. W. Atkinson. 1..\, lilampton-l I, Rlev.S. *.Adam : 7, Rev. 1). J. Flockart. CGar J?unah-- II, Riv. CW i. Atklnson, 1..\. ; 7. Mr. F. E. Rlchardls. Church of England.-Cheltenhum. 11, Iev...

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

First and Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher, New St.IBrighton 'Phone 1245. Established 1859 ~i VDAR1I. tOR1 N OR OTH1ER WJ.SC': 1st, £0 J2' /. - t £1, El 1/-; 3rd: value 10/6. ;p1riendly Socie tirS es iitci). _ .1-Iii STI SCS'ISThIN'FD OR g(:N\II:CT CIIu ARACTFII PR CESSJ0N AN!) . G11OUNOS . ·lst, .V 1/-.; 2(,: Value 10/6:;:?;';' uroti)` 111 5 r PAiuN IR U)1;s ruii - S 'rwVO-Wil1I?.L ,;,C.-T iitji;SE ANDI ] tRNESS. , At , a,:st b the prpcrty of the e~hsh liter. Olpenco; all' 'Ilpsons" in busiu s in Sthit. I " Elctorate of ritf No' iribbons.' flower, ii cr, ~r other tdecoriations'; a) 2/2/: 2nst,/ GelI.1I' C-IS :\' PT\\' FOLKT WHEEL I.Il1 ,l)1JI3S' 8 'S ·EIIICII,:,I ORSEI AND II II \IhSS. _'c Sm :co cii tions~ as Crouli"3: :lst, ,x:2/2/ n~~~~~ Coi .11t110 2nd, .l/1/-" Groupl ;-BEST DECORATE .'1'eii Si Cil P~ 05 iC'itC~ i F-16 vcars-at under: Ist n1 tid -:' lue Xr u t-l I 1 'It E COI Ol Xl)-. l'Ei, crs ait d i ei:i i dcr .l 4 2. 0~ulIt)- (olt- 3d o- (alue). Ceaui iu-lhI:Si'lt'7ICl)I\DJA ...

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

6oITf. ELSTERNEWICK. Saturday was a beautiful spring day and very 'enjoyable for any out door sport. No doubt the man on the land would have welcomed a downpour, but. golfers appreciated the sun. Members of the Elsternwick club played a- mixed double competition for trophies presented by the vice-pre sident, Mr. John Booth. Mixed com petiiions are much enjoyed by the ladies, and, in consequence, the entyr was a record one, and produced some very excellent scoring. A net score of 71 was handed in early in the after noon, and it was predicted that this card would be unbeaten. A little later another 71 was handed in, which would have necessitated a play off but for the fact of the good score of d7 being returned by Mr. Vollugi and Miss; Cole. The winners' score is a record for a doubles competition, and they thoroughly deserved their win. It is noteworthy that only one pair under. 12 handicap was among the first 20 scores. At the conclusion of the competi tion the trophies were handed ...

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Federal Football [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

Federal' Football Thle match between 3Moorabbin Parki and Black Rock had to l be played on the triangle reserve at Ifamplton, ow Sug to the Beach ground at Sand ringham being engaged for -soccer. The players were hamperced throulgh the reserve being too sitall for the play, and for most of the time the ball was out of bounds. A strenuous ganuk resulted in a win for Black Rock by eight points. On the scores Caulfield secured an easy win over M'entone. The play was, however, fairly even, but Men tone failed to make use of the ball to advantage when they got into po sition. They crossed the forward line as often as their opponents, but they were unable to locate the open ing. The final scores were-Caullicldl 9.7 (6!), and M3intone 3.12 (30). Middle Brighton was at home to Carrum, biut the match practically re solved itself into a practice 'ame in preparation for to-day's senmi-linal. Cairrllm could not put a full team in the lield, and as a result were un able to show out against the s...

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His Interesting Discussion. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

ils Interesting DIscussion. One of the most dilapidated o tramps sat in a street-car, beside s handsomely-dressed man. "1 see," said the tramp, that the re view of trade is very encouraging. I, my paper this morning I notice thl Chicago in not only holding her own but shows an immense increase ove last year." "Yes," the man answered, lookhiu ear away, 'I had been fearful," the wamp con tinned, "that trade might sart? a de cline, but am agreeably disappointed ulnsiness on the board of ?s.de, I no ticed while visiting that institution yes te:day, was encouragingly active Well, sir, America beats any country ii the world. Don't you think eo?" "Yes." "It has been several years since I wa abroad," the tramp continued, "and an therefore scarcely prepared to speak o the present condition of Europe, but judging from a distance--and, really distance amounts to nothing these day. -I think that the existence of monarciu is drawing to a close. Now, look a Bramzil. Did anybody expect a revolu Li...

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The Delegate Up-Stairs. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

he Delegae Up.Stats. One day when a whole 'bus full I us drove up to a hotel in TLynchburg, Va., the landlord remembered that he had a drummer from New York who had been auffering terribly with tooth. ache Mr two or three days. Ib, bad tried .very remedy known to man, ex nept. tLht of having it pulled, but noth. ing had availed him. He aidbe hoped some one of us might be able to ePg. gest something. and slowly added. - "Gentlemen, I have heard that a :ed eon shock to a man's nervous system would sometimes cure the worst case of toollthache. Can you,plan something?" Six or eight of us got togetherin the reading room, and it was finally de rided that a man named Simms, who turned out to be a patent medicine ad rertiser, should go up to the room and startle the New Yorker. He was to do it by claiming to have seen a dispatch to the effect that his wife had run away with another man. We thought that ought to cure his toothache if anything would. "'How big a man is he!" asked the delegate...

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IN A TIGHT PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

IR A THINAL C A gentleman who was a Colonel is hle Confederate Army and is nova re-. rent of Chicago, relates many thrilling lpisodes of the war, of which the follow lmg is not the least interesting: "I name through the linee-no matter how -on special business, the ezat ndmre of which I don't care to divulge even at this late hour. I was quite ayoungster then, comparatively speaking, you Skntw, and had a good deal of the dare devil about me. I went into the war from the start. I was one of the first fellows in New Orleans to mount a blue cockade on my hat. Well, as I was ay ing, I came boldly up to Chicago. Got through the Union lines in Kentucky. where there were many facilities for that. The hedge was full of gaps and letters went regularly through. But I had to be cautious in my movements. The Federal authorities were on the lookout for secret emissaries. I came to meet some parties from Canada, and I met them, transacted my business, and went around town for several days enjoyin...

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