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An Unmistakable Sign. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

An Unmisstakka ble Sign. Jones (to manager of the fur store) Now. Mr. Hyde, in all probability m3 wife will come down here this mornius to pick out a new seal sacque. Some time since, you will remember, she and I were in here and I rather discouraged her, when she sung the sealskin sacque song. Hyde-Yes, Mr. Jones, I remember the time well. Jones-Yes? Well, I have had occasion to change my mind, and when she comes, please see that she is shown a good article. Hyde-Very well, Mr. Jones. Jones-And by the way. She might wish to look at a fur hat or muff. Hyde-Pardon me, Mr. Jones, but would you feel offended were I to ash yon a rather impertinent question? Jones-Fire away, old man, you can't hurt my feelings. Hyde-Then, I would like to ask if your wife's mother is not paying you a visit. Jones-Well, I should mildly ejacu late I I've had just a week of mother in-law and I'm about dead, but how the levil do you know? Hyde-The symptons are alwas3a the amue. I've been there myself and can ...

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

A meetin"of the committee of the Slihii n iighnin Piiatriotzic. Funa will ie held "at three o'clock oni Mt.ondav. afternoon at Sandringham House to consider 'the' balance sheet andwind im the fund. -

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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MOORABBIN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

?[()OIt\BI)I FUND. The Secretarv of the Shire of 'Moo rabbin (M3r. A. 11. Fordce) 1 dsires to ane i cowhvfle the receipt oi the fol lowing subscriptions to the Patriotic Iund : Amount previous!a- acl:now ledtle - - - - - -- 11 0 iMoorablhn M3asonic Iodrle --10 0 0 Cr. .J. L. Smith - - - 5 0 0 Mr. 11. Brown - - - - 5 0 0 ir . .I. W. -Bird - - 22 0 tr. P. titzerti -- 1 t 0 Mr. JI. . -,Butler. (let in staln ent) - - -- ?-- 1 1 0 otal to date ?.` £159 17 0

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THE NATIONAL ANTHEM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

TIJENGATIONlhT'fD 1llt "\t' alh'ost all loc:Ial atnir erigs lately. ?hM: loialt 'of those atteiding- has Ilide; Nh'atiozial - Adnthem n. Iti e aplipend th:e .words 'f d?i-d -three e- crses, anrd inladditiodia'l verse added atn a 1an triotic datheri at tl th tnime of the Leer'; War;' to expressadit stinctlyr -.;Cod'sav, ' 'oar eraious lKinig;; l]ong lebnd Noble ling ... o::;?)"~:? :Gtthsave-. toking?." : ed inheim.'r ptor imos ppyr aind glorio mus ? . Laon to.vit hroi e o d ierEus Cod. save e Ding'' i Jvord host Giolt arisetore., 1n ahism le hleased to Poour; , Ua ihe'defied our s aws= Anl{ s r gise its cause TO naion, 'with hoart" and voie, Scatter our enemles. And mate . li them fall Conoundl their polities, FIrustrate their knavish tricks, On h'Ibi our hopes we fix: Cod save us all. Lord God of Iostls, swle_ pray, 'I hat this whole people may LUnied stand, So shall Australia Ie One nation, cast and free. lightyi, and serving lThle God blesits outr land.

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HAMPTON STATE SCHOOL PATRIOTIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

lXUIPTON. ST'TE SCI00L PA1TItI OTIC CONCERT. :Not onlv the seating, but the stand in': capacity of the Hlampton Hall was tiald to its': utmoiit on W1ednes dai i evening, l when the conmmlitt of the JIniipton State School Patriotic' FIirnd held. their concert for the pur piseoof0 auiinchtitýi their contribution to the ?;eriallafinid for securing com forts for; the soldiers I-Besides a splen did collection: of: mitecllaieous articles ich ` its to;liaco, handkercliefs, lit nas: eiga?rs; cushioins; &c., & c. (am oiutiiu in'.value to at least £2A). Collection.bliocs hat: the door secured , hlfurther smi? ,of C£2 1i/-, with - which laniiel will:ibe purchased to be made intdo: shirts .choli-rda belts, Nightin liks, etc.: The programme wnas an excellent, on,:. cimlprisin welf diversi fied: l .itced'st by MýTiss' Lillian Adams, li-ss Jiackkon (a voutf aidd very pila ing iBendigocian soprano), Miss Elsie Isisev, Miss ]lobieson 31uessrs Sydney Mertoc t(whose inudnolo ues were m...

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

EDUCATIONALA. > ROSBERICON, CGrLS' GIIAMMARI .,SCJlOOL andi KINI)EIIGARTEN: NO1:TII ROAD, NORTTHi BI, u;llOi I minutes from Gardenvale Station. It minutes from Electridc Tram. Large grundsL : excellent accoiiUmodan tion for 13oqrdaers. Pulils Prepared for Unifersity. Primary,.. Junior, and Senior Examinations; Also for Universit . Local Examina tions ihi Music: Principals- . ;,; - MISS TISDIJAL AND 11.S CON\STANCE TJSDL1L, L.A. Cln? Singing and Physical Culture have always formed part of the cur iculum. • .-• ilancing and Special Physical Cul ture l.esoss are opeir to Non-Pupils. Three Terms for 1914 Begin-, February 10th. June 2nd. September: 15th. Pupils may be Enrolled any time pro' rata. "NORFOLK" 'GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIORA," SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACB. SICONIfAlY. PLIARIY, SUB-PJ'IMAR Y. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. The school is beautifully situated, with exceptional' accommodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR I:and SENIOR 'PUBLIC Examinatiora.; also for ...

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The Carnival. COMMITTEE FEARS ABONDONMENT. DECLINES TO SACRIFICE CHARITY FOR PATRIOTISM. GENERAL MEETING NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 29 August 1914

The Carnival. COiVMMITTEE FEARS ABONDON MENT. DECLINES TO SACRIFICE CHARI TY FOR PATRIOTISM. GENEIRAL MEETLNG NEXT - WEDNESDAY. There was a crowded attendance at Monday's meeting of the Brighton Charity Carnival committee meeting, in anticipation of a discussion on the question as to whether the carnival should be run. on the usual lines for charity, or all' prizc- and expense be eliminated, and as much as possible raised for the patriotic funds. The ultimate decision to retain the or ganisation as built up in the past 20 years is palpaltly wise in view of its special functions, and the fact that carnival supporters are showing their patriotism through the mediumn of other gatherings promoted for that special purpose: Cr. Francis was chairman, and found himself in a rather invidious position in ttnd?tv ouring to maintain adherence to the vote for a patriotic carnival, but, accepted an assurance of the commit Lee's confidence in him, oad wil?dl tower of strength to the carnival , usu...

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

Ask Your Storekeeper For Tom Smith's SUPERIOR Tomato Sauce. From Absolutely Pure Locally Grown   Tomatoe's.   Put up in our own bottles A High-grade Article   MANUFACTURED AT HIGHETT RAILWAY STATION SMITH & LAMBERT MANUFACTURERS.     Phone, Cheltenham 206       Pboes-823 Windsor; 2243 City. Established z867. OHN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 884 High Street, St. Kilda, and 488 Fliders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Aesoolation Store Manufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars Made and Fitted under Spenal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes Royal Asgricultural Show, 1910, 191- and 1912. Awarded First Prize. for Collars, 1912. A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. ' ........................ -.. - . .... A Red Hot _ Proositionl. Have a Modern Gias Fire I Installed = .... ; No more chilly Half-Hours at Br'eakfast. On...

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THE 46th REGIMENT. BRIGHTON RIFLES BAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

TIHE 46th REGnrENT. BRIGHTON RIFLES B1AND FUND. The Mayor o.f Brighton (Cr. S. Dutton Green) acknowledges receipt of the following subscriltions: Amount previously acknow ledged ... ... .... .....£23 Cr. W. J. W. Strong ..... 5 5 0 £28 7 6 The following alteration; in last weeks issue are desired : Donation from J. B. and J. 13. Cohen should read :-Mr4 and Mrs. J. B. Cohen/ St. Kilda st., £5/5/-. Donations from Service and Elliott should read .-Service and Elliott and Employees, £5/5/-.

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

& AsK YoUv STOaEKEEPERn FOR From absolutely Pure-: i SUPERIOR Locally Giown To ml ato oTomatoes. our Put'ti in .oirm " } own Bottles.-' ,. .4 SSauce? Hlighgrade ..: Article. SMITH%& MANUFACURED ATLAMBERT R.g. .t .iua-Staion Man ufacturers.... lighett Railway Statio n Y.1one., ? Cheltcnhni 206 Phonres-823 Windsor; 2243 City. Established 1867. M JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 884 High Street, St. Kilda, and 488 linders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Assoalation Store anufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars Made and Fitted under Spenal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes Royal Agricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First Prize for Collars, 1912, A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON, HAND. A Red Hot Proposition. Pr -s---, nHave a Modern Gas Fire Installed -?= " I-. · r- No more chilly Half-Hours at Breakfast. S One Penny gives you One Hour's radiant .::: " It is Really Hot.--ou ca itoast at it Light i...

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THE BRIGHTON PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

ll- IE I!Rf;IITON PATIIOTIC CARNIVAL. . Tihe Brighton "Patriotic" Sports Car nival Committee met on Tuesday even ing, and arranged preliminary matters in connection with the forthcoming fancy dress patriotic carnival, to be held at Brighton Beach cricket ground on Saturday, September 26th, which has been kindly lent by the trustees. A splendid interest is being shown in the movement, many persons desirous of assisting this very worthy object. The challenge sent by the football club to the band committee was readily accepted. "Moeless Bert" and his musical mokes are hard at training. Middle Brighton F.C., under Skipper Bob Edmonds, consider the winner of tile two former teams will be "easy prey" for them; and "Bob" is not handling the snakes too much, to al low-him insufficient time to keep his army in full train. "Wally" Stewart will have a retort for "Bob's" tenam, but should they not win, the Bay si. "Electric Sparks," under "Marshal" Joe Weatc, have formedu a squad, and their "ma...

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

....... . . TH E ................. Elsternwick FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. = Glen Huntly Rd, IShowe'lls, Elsternwick. A Few Doors B.low E S. & A. Bank. We spenialiso ,.ihe 1 .osisinr' Trade, keep the very I st ? rL?,u able; and will eot -ie in G-so'ld. All Goods. kept in ,Coolin.g Chain ber. Eggs from Cool Districts Fresh Twice a' Week. . Choicest Butter and Cheese from Western District Factories. Kindlyl Renmmber This--Whether your Order is Worth a :Shilling' or a Pound we Deliver it Promptly and in a careful and Up-to Diite manner. 12-.-. -"."..M«.«, ..... .-~-~w~~ W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen HantU, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Difeoh that he h ' Opened a Store at Glen Hluntly (Late Blundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage is respectively Solicited SGOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES-Brlghton, Elsternwlck, Balaclava and lena Hantly. W. H. NIeHOLSON, Grocer, Wine & Spirit .? Merchant 1. P...

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The War RED CROSS SOCIETY. BRIGHTON MEETING NEXT TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

The War 1LI) CIOSS SOCIL'T'. BR3IIGHTON MEE'TING NEX'T TUESDAY. SThe Mayor of Brighton (Cr. Dut ton Green) has convened a meeting of residents for Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in the Town Hall, Brigh ton, to form a branch and local working committees in connection with the Red Cross Society.

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ANOTHER ELECTORAL POSTMORTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

.-ANOTIrER ETECT'iOR1L POST- a. MORTEM 3: l-e Kendrick president Ip the Brighto Pro ress Association . was welcoaimd at itcc indlva'snmeetini of thelNorth ,~AardA socbiitidton and' in respoinse ,tAo Baeilos itierefeirence by Mlr. Stokes: exipressed hii pleasiir?' it being :prs;njt .. " rtroted `,the liresi dent sonid reciprocate'hov attenoing the lBrirg ito asociationi meeti-g next Weldnosda3: * ;'Thie"re':lsi nothing -like unity ,urong proiires' so-ociations. as Iy..; all- worked along the saome lines. iHe regretted thl e defeat of '"oit~: candidate.'l Mr. Piss-e -was tice president: of :i.h Brilhitof- Associhtion, and asietter: niaii: never' stood. The ;7. 7: Oate east ':for him, rere: .mostly sigloe oter"swhilst thersFwere many ti:hlc : d dohbille. .oters on the otlher siie;, udamdtihte- count :ii Onlit a few. of:tlhose .'on ii-'t sile sdisorld' have iuatila. a biilliant -vicbtlor' I knew Mr. l?'se was "not .cast'd;on aind. oimil cotemc. forwiasrd again i ii f-uotuse thely iuis n...

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Brighton's Band. ENTERTAINMENTS AT DRILL ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

Brigbton's Band. ENTERTAINMENTS AT DRILL ROOM. To-night's programme will be quite up to the standard of the programmes arranged every Saturday by tie com mittee. The star pictures will be-A very exciting military drama, "The •Price of Victory"; also "The Delayed Special," splendid railway picture, and highly interesting; and many other comic and dramatic films. The artists include Miss Irene Beaumont, a very popular artiste; also Fred Moss, whose frst appearance in Brighton will create a furore, with his Hebrew character impersonations and ragtime specialties, with Sam Gould at the piano. Last Saturday's programme was all that an exacting audience could desire, a fea ture being the appearance of a highly talented and gifted young lady elocu lionist, Miss Irene Wonnocott. Her very clever renderings held the vast audience for upwards of 20 minutes. Arthur Douglas was also in his usual form; and Mr. Rob Firth's clever card and coin tricks were highly appreciat ed. Next Saturday, Miss A...

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

Progress Leagues NORTIl WARD. The monthly meeting of the North Ward Progress Association was held( in the M3urphs- street ,hall on Wednes day etening,, the President (Mr. Ii. Motorris Jones) being in the chair, and about 20 . nietthers attending. Six new members were elected. N L'PEAN IROAD. The condition of the roadway and trams track in Netlian road (from Glenhuntly road to Gardenvale sta tion) was referred to by Mr. Butler, and it was dtcidled to ask the Gar denatle Association to co-olperate in approachintg the Caulfiell and Bright on councils on the matter. Mr. l'asse.--Ouht we not to ap proach the councillors for the wards lirst. Is it not a complaint that thev are not asked first? Mr. Jones (chairman) -I think the council is the proper authority to write to. I don't believe in running after councillors Personally. bECIETAlAIIIA ARRiANGMEMENTS. Mr. nabb announced his intention of resigning the ollice of secretary. Hit 'could be of eranter, service to the association in anothle...

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The Destructor. ST. KILDA COUNCIL MOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

iel Destructor. ST. KILDA COUNCIL IIOVES. The imminent closing of tlr Albert Park tip by order of the Board of fhealth is placing the St. Kilda cor poration in a dilemlma as to the dis posal of house refuse, and the steps that were taken lately in conjunction with the Brighton and Caultield coun cils to10 erect a destructor for joint use have been rendered abortive by the' Governlent, in response to local objections. hnavili4 declined to..sell themn a site n-ar the South Elstern wick State school. No other suit able site for st. Kikla is reported to be available. Cr. M3olesworth, at the naeting of the St. Kilda Council on M3onday night, said it was absllutely neces sary to re-open thile matter. IIe lloved tihat the Brighton Council be asked to aganh convene a conference of the three corporations concernod on the diestructor question, with the vielw of arranging a joint deputation to the Premier to see if the Government will recede from its objections to the South Elsternwick -site. ...

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THE CARNIVAL. ENTRIES CLOSE NEXT FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

THE CARNIVAL. ENTI?IES CLOSE NEXT FRIDAY. Entries for the Maiden Race close next Friday with Mr. N. L. Orford, "Cross" office, and Mr. W. .Clarke, tobacconist, Church st., M. Brighton. no to 8 pr?. Entries are free.' cers were elected as follows :-J. Ad dis, president : H. Dodson. secretary; A. Dodson, treasurer. Details were arranged for the social that is com ing on October 6. After.the business was finished. Mr. M. Pask favoured the branch with-his long promised address relating to his travels in Germany. A vote of thanks was ac corded him, and the meeting then closed. Supporters of the Ellindale Foot ball Club are reminded of the social to be held in the Public Hall next Tuesday. HAMPTON. The usual monthly mneeting of the Hampton Progress Associnti.o will be held on Tuesiday, September 8th., at 6 p.m. The business will include the election of a vice-president in place of 'Mr. II. F. Lofves, who is retiring owing to his removal from the district, also a discussion as to the obtai...

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REMEDY AGAINST MICE IN THE CORN FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

REMEDY AGAINST MICE IN. THE CORN FIELDS. sY farmers tbn Long Island, New ork, find it difficult to get a good stand of hill corinn, owing to tile prevalence ol large field mice, which run through the Inlls 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 off and mix in the tar. A te.spoonful 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 toot!iick acoating be not put on, as it i;might prevent-gennination. An old iron kettle has been found useful to stir the corn ini r.hile applying the tar.' This sanme reniedy will prevent .crows, black birds, etc.c from pulling the corn after, it hiss sprouted. -

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The Southern Cross SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1911. District news BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

I..4o..e " o.,,5? 5 '4"S.,5 . '•.,.4oe' Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's;, and truth's. SATURIR)AY, SEPTEIIBEfI 5, 1011. District News BRIGHTON. A considerable amount of interest was recently excited among the churches in England by a suggestion that "Bishops of the Free Churches" should be appointed there. Only one -name, however, was suggested-that of thlle Rev. Dr. J. D. Jones, M.A., of Bournemouth, one of the foremost men as an orator, preacher and leader in the religious ranks in the Motherland. Dr. Jones is now visiting Victoria and will deliver an address on "A Message from the Motherland" in the Congre "ational Church, Black street, on Tues day evening next, at 8 o'clock. He is said to be one of the ablest pulpit and platform men of the day. Add Cricket. Under the auspices of the Brighton 'branch of the A.N.A., a lecture on anti-vaccination wil be delivered in the Central Hall, on Thursday evening, by Mr. B. J. Parkinson. The public are invited to ...

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