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ELLINDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

TIhe r1' est annual ma1eing of the fEllindale ('Cricket (.1'uh vet held took 1)(lace onl Thursdahy wtel' in the Blent loigh Iall. , Thi 'lub now (claim the distinction of beinug the, lleunier club of thu distrioit, h\vi~u" won tthe He Ight on l)kitriet Associ tiolln's trophly 11st, year after beint. four tine as the htad of the ( lulltielh-Olld l)oo hlin (?club A dlputatiion fromt the 4ilettr nttnd.d, and en('deal'ourl'ed to inlduce the club to return to that, ar?ociahion, but (ho feeling amnllOtl: im1mblill)erll was not. strong 011eno0,h11 to enidors the 1l)prolosi tionI, M., Juddi suiegesteld tlhat the (1-N. elubs should joie thn IlI.).(.A. to forn?a strong distris't, comlpetition., and the mvitter of joining no 1.0(1'i. ntion wan held ovr Iponldinlg conlsider itioni of this mat ter. 'l'The following oilico',-earers were elct('e( :- I))AdPeidt, Ilolloise to pia tiwo ?lo\enls oi tlheir old ground at Mlclinnon until tbhi h'avy rain would improve thI?nhLhr where filled up a)ol l]brel...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Cricket. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

Cricket. B llUGI rON 'I'Itn atnl al ate',tiaU of tho arigh ton (heiri allIl i)ni int1(eit'Md~ ill the iie'oi Nv-.l Im I ho ili [(Otil o)1 ofhicer andt the adoh)tion fl the anniual i'IP Itort 1111(1 I)Illlllle ;lhret..

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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B.D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

B.D.C.A, The annual meeting of the Brighton District Cricket Association was hold at thoe Brighton Town Hall on Timr day evening, Mr. H. F. Northo (chair man of delegates) presiding. The fol lowing clubs wor0 ropresented or sent apologies : W\Vl)'S W\II IN CUIILAND). 1Firist (Grado,--l?Ellindalo, liglhott, iandringlhain, Cheltenhan ll ,I lanipton, Elstelornwik A.N.A., lBrighton Union, Second (r'ado.--llIurlinghamn, Sand ringhani Presbyterians, llrighton Con ;rounti)nals, 1'.1,.C. Third (h'rado.--St. Catherino's, iloent leigh Mothodlists, iMoorabbin, Elstern wict hilaptist., {rgents PLark, llighott. IoReports wore nmade that Ioly Trinity wout1I proIbably give up the effort of playiint; witthout a I uitablo gIround; that St. Mary's would probably coim poet in all thrco grades; that; Blrighton Congregational Is would llroj, from first to seconol grad(e, wlhero 1)lllu(dalo would probably nonlinato a second elevon. Ilrightoli Presbyterianls will probalbly run ft team. ElstElrwick Metlhod...

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Bowls. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

Bowls. fur Ih ff1 ('ntOf Iovifor I1Q Iw 'I'i I 00001(18, VOOX, h~1'0n Ion'or fIo ) o tlo ' "A"t Il11111o o'1oo > 'teooo , (I( oile 1ioo C ow I hr, is D111 00\ ilr1on Franci, 00 to loot too Iotti., ,Ils )n ~n;l, I, Nnn;;onl, .It ll'rrl, I1~iý, s,~ Leith, \n'(~\ 11h, \; I'inn, \v1:on, I(11. 11'11' 1, 001000 O O'( O00000jb1111,11(d too ooiotail, olt u li ooh " t); of (I, Io'"t (van)io 'r it" 0 0, t rrooo ( o?I, i ,i ,'o , 0\ o oo, It00Io0l), h100\io`I, i. Iiý'n ll, o 'oof( oo It;lnookio, Ilioooooooo.ooo. I'ooso, *It10'0\ t'Iilooooooo >otIr:ouo,

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CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. (~-7---->--------i1--'--*- RIPPON LEA FRUIT PALACE. V, WAUGH, IRUITERER and (iREVNGROOE1I, GLEN EIRA ROAD, near IDTIIAM STREET, RIPPON LEA, Seasonable Fruit and Fresh Voertables Daily. Orders Called For and Delivered, SUMMER DRINKS. ICE CREAM. Your Patronage Respectfully Solicited COWPER'S NURSERY, OAK GROVE, IIBIGHTON. Harry Newstead, HaIns much pleasure in informing the residents of the district that he has taken over the old-ostablished nur - orv in Oak Grove, successfully car ried on for many years by Mr ,. J. Cowper. PLANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN STOCK. 'STANDARD ROSES AT LOWEST RATES. . ARDENS LAID OUT & ATTENDED BY DAY OR CONTRACT. TEIEI'[ONI ...... Brighton 1330. Auctions. THE ELSTERNWICK BRANCH of the ES TAT'l, AGENOY of MESSRS. BUTCHER & ROBSON Has now boon purchased, and will in future be carried on under the colo Management of GEO. BUTCHER (late of Brighton), who Sl prepared to SELL, YOU R P1O1IPER'TY COLLECT' YOUR RENTS ARRANGE INSURA...

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Football. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. THE SENIOR SEMI-FINAL. CAULFIELD OUTLAST MIDDLE BRIGHTON. A STRENUOUS GAME. ONE POINT VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

FEIl)ERAL ASSOCIATION. '1'111l I', RI l S ,:I1-FIAl,. ('AUL IE:,I ( )I TI,.\ ST I' lll))l .E 1I(R11lITON. A T'RI'IIEN1OVS lt:'lhli, ONE P'ulNOT V ItORlllY, 'h[ie irit set i-tiitl of till' senio gu'atle of the F'edu''il A.ssoeimotioll \~nS5 pla'tIyd itt ( 'heltolhid n oll'ln ,atudty, tho competing tamls being; ,lidleo ht'ighton 1ttid ( atllihhl. The, g?rollnl Wlis iii good Ol' ii' ltibe' the it i l'a , nuld dispiti thili ethl weatthe there Wla gl oodl at tendlaie of the pubibl bllith iltans liwere coil nlidiint of liuccss, iland a goodl oxhilition of foot)baill Vai expleoi(t d, bat (he gull Was diSq ipllpoitlhinlg as i lth plliyst's crowtdeld on the hail.. CAULFIL.I?L., Ilaekt--Ic hll', Jl ogla , PIliner. Ilallf-hiei k--illanisen, Bristowv, i)alzidl, C(entr'e- -utlnrko, Ity.'an, 8uthehclaud. .H al f-for wa'd- -Jo, news, Curol', 1)ru-lil iaOild. Forward--Woods, s Moore, liowen. Follwrer.-I-li kevy, (Corless. Ml)1)LEic I.liTiON, 11tlci --Iewis, 'Swanso, lieullkc. i fllu ck--.llcl h irl...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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REGENT PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

RECGEN PARK. Ucegent Phirk (iriciet ('lul will h&i hold ihl tial ( lttime "If ('ii is School 1111, l11( i tree I, on 'I'iuIarnv , O1l0 innt., itt 8 o'clock sharp , AMenihwrl8m nel I tending iMay ce 110 itlr.CrIjtl;ted to at tend. '['he locol ilIIlloohe~ of lbo I toll(a la o r '1111l on1u"i i c i temin, the crrtjolitv of the Ioll ill'8 'r'e siin~ilg ott.1 8ejdru1t'ioghomo. _1 inlet ioie Hits hol dlt1110 th wu i , and it Sleojil t.rtllod of theo I. lt~.( 'A,. 'leh Iitlicmt-i elerted wort--A1 'i' deft hi I, 111, of ,C, 115/-, 'I10 llni-hol ('ill hold thiei Ieet i n,'l itl t oill ri l tll 'i a11W i 111111 III iitio1t w t tMll Ow lri(ll nlll ti,, 110: lonon orhtaeio

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WHEN WE WERE BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

'the V ntisll cticl:et Nl1rpporLer lc-a "rnl a good deal moe abhon t the Aud;trilion playver fow than foi'iiiidy. ' w1"rito8 in the l.ndon "Dl)aily 'itizen'": ~-'fma~inaI ii ve $ ill t he (hiet (harnem teristie of the .\t ;trnhoeliar' a ant' it is the sameo (Jllitdi lv whieh monlde him in 11(101h tonld 01(0d in the big ger, niOIO Ishowy,' ilhlt 1o m(;(, en joyabld1 gaiune hto playa wli n he at ailly hmonr and1 i]1 everX ( '0licftldlC p'lace. Neither batS, halt18, (lort wicho cIts are es,,ef,ticrnl. May it Mltriildre 1glfltlu'i of eneloc't have 1 hplay'(i on the biond whito Lech wIi&(h ine, '(rt Phillip--Iineao\res haeh-lar. laslit 110 would~ have a1n hIolI'$ Ilipi 011(1 then, inaocClnt of the In1r(e;l, stitch1 of t.'lothinti, l1O 'IC((8 int 0 1'et 1i ithl," Wnith a inoidy roi, n:1 01 11lV.(14 (,i~, n roundl Mot011 ns a 1s11, it 1(1 10(,011f') n of tel-tro w; e It hat. 'I'; eco ((1' .ll' 0f 1111 wo0ul( r'epr(esent Aulstr((110, while a ljlc l1(11(1 (00l ' would hav"e ) ;io 1(o...

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Local Option. PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF THE LICENSING ACT. OPPOSITION FROM BRIGHTON SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

Local Option IJC I,,NIN: ACT, M..'O1STIO' IlO I?I.I IIITON q ()('l I,, I f1 , . Lo?dl (t'llewit'ilvc(' or"'rlitklls tionlm airn puti turlbd ;(A a t O nmniuiic(n>mt nt; thliat have hliell lliide froiIt (ill to0 timin of thel int?titn of tOwi State (Cove!rn fet''l'.i ; Ilie o eri'atiollns of timw Locil Optioiln prolviiolon (of llth Ac( , Mtii rwovidiini' ilte(l(ld foir th reia)loiit el llt't (of I If ,.. .s I lri, ton illid, Thlie iiator w,; (ol iidel 'd t)y t lo) il'ii.litui (livi.-ionr olf iL1 Hon' l ( of Ti1ti pvrn'll r \tlit their 1ist ii lctintl!, lnd t l, .r ol(p )o i(iolll W W\; tr\ ' li t t, t lith'citipt to ho mnde to dt'priv< lle pe iioll of t(ho tdi'liii ritlhta of l!l o()'|tion, a oiit frr'd 1)hv tl Li, Ac ns i i i . i A t f 1 ll 0 . i( r di- s ioi , (1o foll'owiniiii rsiT.o 'il'ion \is w r. icd : "T hIlt tIii; l)i\vi.ion ,Ii til lii.rv, i1. c.)nm i'tioii ihat r(hdiilioni of I., o0'11('> in (on;.!ýt,:(,d hrm ;, li t n Ioil l ('nlioC hi e ( e(' pte'(' d I t...

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HAMPTON'S ACTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

IIAMiPTON'S AC'TIVITY. Thilo llamlton StateO School 1'atrio tic League has done good work dur ingl the past fortnight. Last T'l'huls lday ta nl ibheri' of cse's werCo foAl'.trd ed by rail to the m1ain depot of ':,Ih Education I)epartlnllet, the content.s of which consisted of :--61 cholera bolts, 154 kit bags, 20 shirts, 27 nightingales, 1;i pairs soclks, 22 tea bags, 5 pairs cufls, 10 arlu slings, 251 hadll(lkerchiefs, 12 yards lin5t, 1 water bag, 1000 safety pins, an1d 1 box containing cushions and feeding culps. For the smokers there were forwa(rdeld 54 pil)es, 81 p)lugs tIolacco 83 tills tobacco, (a bux of flake to bacco, 110 cigars, 300 p)ackets cig arettes, and 15 gross matches ; whilst, close on 500 books and mliagat zines completed the load. The ladies of the league have still a quantity of flannll and other material being made up, and expect to be ablel next week to forward a large paIrcel of flannel shirts. The funds will be fur ther strenigthened front the proceeds of a g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

Southern Cross Envelopes, 3/6, 'er4+?dr.il? .l-l-O-O.+rgl rO,,g,?er,¢. ) Q. A, H. BL BLUFF ROAD, SANDRINGIIAM. GENERAL CAlTAGE CONTRACTOR. PLOUGHING DONE. FURNITURE REMOVED IN COVEREI) SI'RING VANS. BY EXPERIENCED) WORKMEN. PICNICS ATTENDEI). Carting of All Decoriptionn Attended to 'Teleuhono No. OHELTENLAM 183. REMEDY AGAINST MICE IN THE CORN FIELDS. NY farmers on Long Island, New ortk, find it difficult to get a good stand of hill corn, owing to the prevalence of large field mice, which run through the hills and eat the seed before it comes up. One farmer in this section has found the old custom of coating the corn with pine tar an effectual remedy. To apply the tar, pour boiling water on the corn, let. ting it remain but a moment, then pour oft and mix in the tar. A teaspoonful will be sufficient for about four quarts. After the corn has been thoroughly covered with tar, roll it in wood ashes, or land plaster, and it is ready for use. Care should be taken in applying the tar that...

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MUNICIPAL. BRIGHTON. AFTERMATH REFLECTIONS AND FINDINGS. THE NORTH WARD POLLING BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

MUNIOIPAL. B dlildl.tON ATElIlATl RFLECIIIONS AND TI.E NORTIi WARII) P.llI(NGr fOOJ11. AL i mnueting of thLe North. W'atd .'rogre'ts As8ociation oil WdI'ihlsdaiy, thho hon. itcoTrtary (Mr \\. W 1. lNalb)) road a lotti'r froni tlu Brightot Council, ltilini Lnati ii was not nlo ctitsry to provido two polliig 'oobith for the reouit luectionlt. lot' liICH fo' r llt W Oli0iOlli!1, AlMr,. Nubb aald that ho aptlied Ic thl counc.t il 1'or u boot li t thlle to00l etiool, and ianollotht' at hlii otih r cinl of tho wAid, and thie o'nlCil diC'liedll the r'qutsliit, It e tln llappliid Ili'r Inatively for .Oothsl in liay t il'iw and tit, tih liorth end of Otil; to1 n,l eil {'ri'a)ly tll' ?itato st'hooil or in tihal vicinity, even if only a itei. Thei i' ply had now ien rl.rivrd, ('r, ill rows, as rectirnhin ollhivr,, rmoidd hav. graltii d tho rlqiI ?st. It, \\iiwas w\ilhi iiil provllt ce to pri'oid thli t wo boothis, but lie proved p:;i il':ess, aind osh'ovedl tiu re'.-pon>ihi litiy 'lln tin' ...

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THE FARM. BIRDS V. INSECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

THE FARMI BIRDS V. INSECTS, tN Nature there is a general over.ruling law which is roughly stated in the com. mon saying, "The weakest must go to the wall," the action of which is very self evident to those who have given much attention to the study of birds and insects. It is only when man so modifies Nature that the law does not have free action that the balance is destroyed and evil results. Insects, as well as the birds, doubtless have their proper place to fill in the great scheme of creation, and, like many things else, when held within bounds are' for the common good. "When the cat is away the mice will play." So when the birds are scarce the insects abound, sometimes to our dis comfort, and even dismay. I do not want here to make any plea for the, protection of birds on the grounds of beauty of their form or colouring, or the sweetness of their songs, but upon the purely utilita rian basis of guardians of crops from the destructive workings of the various in. jurious insects,...

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Progress Leagues NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

TIhu44 01401IIhy 44eet'(444 of thi North 114131 I"'r gl,'e444 A ,R0c~i oll \W4444 11(31d 44 till Murph'1Iy 4tr4'ot 114011 onl 1'AdollI. 1illy 01.0111411?, 111013P''41.0 i1'I0lL (;fr. Ii. [Ionia J mon',) heitlo inl tlih chmi', 11( a4)41out 21) 1e4~~u1d44'1':l ( it tl44(i4)' Sx 10W1.0' tncrººheº"11 1.01(` WVI' '14 41 N fIE:AN IlOA ). 1444e '01(11 ([11.(,1 of thl(4 ro44444lW1 (11111 14r44m 11r01k ill N0i4'414u 1444( (front11 (;l 1414441114 1414(1([ to (1 4'i4'44\'111(i 4"11" (4o14) 441, 41 l'fl0'l'li tol byV 211, Ituletlc, 4141([ it 4044'' (li4.'lci~( to nh:11 11h14 (;0r (14' V \Hl 1 ' 04oc4t 1io14 to 4o-ol4r141'14 1 ill 1l4l4lu'o44hl'l444 .'h (214. (4(ilulfilc 11(441 ltrit~ht ;114r l4'":'e.--Ot)I44i4 we1 no4t to l4(J). [41'44!l'll h III' I'1414('iilloL':4 for '144: l\'(11.i4 )ii~t I IL ilt. ) 4f 1 (144~l414i44( '14(it1 (h 14' 441ve not. W;414.110 first? 211'. .11444:1 (c140i'141414.--I think41 till 43'0111411[ :4 (1h4 irol('1P41 04u(4rity\ (1o 44+j( I' 4 (0, .1 don't .. I 4lj4l)e. ill...

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THE PYRENEAN SHEPHERD'S DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

TIlE PYRENEAN SIIEPHERD'9 DOGS, NoInr., dogs I Canine giants I Each slhepherd, with the aid of these powerful and fearless clogs, tends from 2,000 to 4,0o.0 sheep. Each dog cares for 400 sheep during the entire slumler season in their marches up and down the Pyre. ices. Nightly the flocks are exposed to the ravages of hungry wolves, but with the united efforts of the shepherds, dogs and donkeys, which the shepherds use, the wolves are kept at bay. The day's journey, ascending, does not average 1o miles per day. These dogls are amongst the most intelligent of their race. They become strongly attached to persons and places when kept upon the farms or about the premises as watch dogs. They are kind to the sheep and lambs of the Rock, as well as being most al'ectionate :ompanions and defenders of the shep. nerds. This migration of flocks from :he plains to the mountain pastures in inlnuller, is one of the ancient customs of Spaihi, France, and Italy. The caravan s composed of uen, sheep...

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ANOTHER ELECTORAL POST-MORTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

))CIC~ti'l~c at WII 0~l'olaV8ic Ioiet j1442 (if Ileellilc. I ii' te41e1. tel li* ie o atlis III tillrl~i44i 4(4Q sllc iii 4141,~ (114(4'! (7 o 48es. o'lil4Wl ihil till 4Iu' 1t'illi' e' 41 th lle cii., ied 11evconlt o. 0 1' few (lier'o bust 1io. rue~s liiwilies Ii/4ir~l,.r 1(1411 Ijlh4I 44 I f!:i~'Itll \\11ev rlillotl!? t is do.lt~ I11 Ii n 'i je fa'oui' , if ao esjdi ot )it41i444t 14441)) oildlieI eog t o

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METHODS OF CUTTING AND CULTIVATING POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

MI,'TIIODS 01F CUTTING AND CULTIVATING POTATOEiS. POINr's in potatoc culture noted during experiments whlich are worthy of mention, are first, that mulching proved injurious to the crop, rather than benclicial; again subsoiling, and also ridge culture, gavea small increase in yield, over plats not so treated. Ilalf tubers gave a much larger yield than 'whole ones; also the seed ends produced a much greater propor. tion of large tubers than the other ends,. It was found advisable to fill the trenches half full at the time of planting, plats having such treatment giving a larger yield. No grain of any kind can be shipped from Russia till after the harve?ting of the text crop, 13 -American Agricultrist.

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PROCESSION PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

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Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Carnival. GENERAL MEETING NEXT THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

CENERATJ M fJirItNG NEYXT '11 he i al muetirig of the genel(al coiflnittoe will h)o held next Thu11rs tlay eveningf, when Ithe fMina arrange.. Ilelis iwill he made. Collcetors are naked to hand In thoir suhecripjtionf isk t hat evening.

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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