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BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

' BRIGHTON '-"? ; outstndmigii.?feartur' of ith e Brighton the uncerrnints or the; gmnainsinu; h e?r s o the side were inunu: regular, - altes. r Burrows (.1) Li` sev (1) 'nmd \ ush (3) iere onl jiiuist downamind nldde .a game of it Withli el bU:?irne, but Frev andri C6e: word mcrushlinglv ddfeated 'li l W. J. a.Pacoe t(, the tunei of 37 to ,12. Scirrdi IV. Siiims; C Blend..'i; Ml6orton; G;'+ 11hnnnignu, R"aikmn, Treeby; 1 .irs 25 on Mfi yli.m, Aiidreis, Le:Coriil- " r3u r il W J Cail':"?o Nash e mieryl Ineiidle enirice, l o:'sey ':.- 12 Dickensoni; mghilfnm UptonE I mancmie Crowýtler,. Fey 'lJA esey Llbshimuaen, T1. Pascoc, ;--Kemp; Kltclmrioiid Uniion,anlige.`

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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"A Monkey house" MOORABBIN'S FREE LIBRARY. A COUNCILLOR'S REMARKS RESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

"A monkely liouse" 3100,RABBIN'S FREE LIBRARY. A-COUNCILLOR'S 1tEMARKS RE SSENTED.. At;a recenti eim g oI ti!e -ul-arab i-,i Shu&r Cou'idl':Cr; Scudds remarked, du;Tr a a diitsusio' on Ia letter from the , oor?brli i o mibbii i'Li ??ry Conmittee irging that haction shoiudl lie taken to secure. ia" i Sire astation at lIoorabbin, hit:' ti nionkey house,', meaning thlie Iilbrry lBiiildiii- ihad Veen ei'c ted on rtlihe s:iteirigisally offered to thie :]irei Biriades - Bouird' " I?t s e?'xpeted, hlint the remark would le w::armily- commented' upon at the"'an~iul~medetinng of: the Institute, wlichumli lsus held oil Thursdaay but leuryL ' little :was sa id,m:enlicmrs prefer r in :to :?eat -the matiter with con :il a hit tre ieiltion to the rmrk il iid h i? re',i?ted it very niiichi 1lr. tieconsidleied that it aes"a dgectt: imiuilt ili conmiittee aiid die did notses--sh3 th ef should tilerate"umich a' 'statement. 'A id'nifer:-Cr. LScudds :might have be :resi frrtinri:to ,ithe eigine...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

S -. rOSter I,+':i Pharmaceutical Chemist. EIImulsion of Cod Liver Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable,. 70iE PULMONARY AFFEOTIONS, 0000BS. 00LDS. DEBILITY and :WASTINO. 1. g6 D::: ISPENSING A SPECIALTY " Foster's Smous R eedies ..?NT CATARRHAL LOTION KIDNEY MIXTURE For the'. Relief of Backache and . certain remedy for Rccumula- other commonly experienced sympý tions - in the Throat and Nostrils, toms. ./ and Post Nasal Secretions. 9/-. BLOOD MLXTUE?. IXNIO HAIL; DRESSING I 'r l l t rnd' most fctul p, , For Blotches, Pimples, Boils, &e, I/ An elegant and most effectual pr . + paration for Strengthening and HEAD LOTION Promoting the Growth of the :Hair, .and rendering it beautifully An effectual and . cleanly remedy Soft, Glossy, and Non-oily. $/-. for destroying Parasites. 3/-. SCtXEMA OINTMUENTLIE ITi A? remedy for Skin Complaints. lJE MIXTURE Although an unrivalled prepara- For Giddiness, lbilious Heaidaches, tion for the use which its name Dr...

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MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

SAu. teresrting gunte n the cham pionflii'tourney `of thel entoe 0Club sas played n hurday eveii b twecn J. Slied3 aunid ;L "'Canty ;:;Both lalyers were .bowline, sell i and" the gami was extended out to,43 ends l or: Shi edy cihpiled the 31 rejibired to wii r'te game nty `scored 29 The game took 21 h psa Tlie Chelteshise Club tourney is lrawin towards the final stages Up to the lmresent II .:ol!appearsto Is the probable winner s.,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

ROYAL ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated. Funds Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Acoident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOUNE. : J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRICT AGENCIES. DDL IG ON ' Conor d lford, Estate Aehts Church Street SI'. KILDAFPrince and Co0.Estate Agents; 25r, Higih Street:,` SANDRIINGHA3i-Round 'nd a Co., Estate Agents, Melrose Street: CAULFIELD-iharold-Looker and Co., opposite Caulfield Station. GARDENVALE--Thomson and Collinson, Estate Agents,.Gnarden: ale.. "':: BALACLAVA-A. E. BForster. Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle' Street. o. ". . . . . o. ........ " • .; ............. . o • . . o o ... .. o 0 " ","o o ALL I EKILLERD .BARTLETT GOVERNMEN'T . FAMILY BUCHER, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLENHUNTLY', Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry Cut Daily. Poultry arid Rabbits:Always'on Hand.': Carts Daily to 'Ormond,' McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton,: Elsternwick, East Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie,- Glen Huntly...

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Police Courts CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

Police courts Charle" Iin est was~ charged with' ui?cls inl Aiid indecent assault'?on a boy ;-seFie year" of age at 3lentonc. The evidence'.s a.s giv'en behinid clbsedl doors," and set out that .ithe l.oy hat. been 'llt eito his father's W orkshop. ,aith i the latter s dinner. On. arrival the l?o foy nd his fatler out rind the him and took him "into the building, catching him by the throat and com nitting the offence withi which lhe was: shop locked u,pli. ':.Accused accosteha charged. -A Accusel who pleaded guil ty," ws, asconnmmitted. fr. trials at the Siipreme Court;,:..: 'Thodnmas Pearson, swith 'a long string of convictions,; sas chirgd:d with hbeing unliiisfully.' o0n the. premises of Mrs. I~enshaw,a it 31eutome;' and also : the Romnin COatholic: Presbytcrsy. . tall, -iiscular-looiig: young priestt (Rev. L'tlhetf: Joseph Murplhy) deposed that e' caughtt accused in:hisastudy : and aicked hiixi oi't." A'cuse?I admitted 'tlit lie' got ssih it surprise 'that he, lost, uis head and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

J. Toomath, Late of New Zealand. "BUILDER and 'BUILDINGr SURVEYOR, at 110 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR. If about ;to Purchase or Repair House Property, For a small fee Imay save you pounds Consult an Expert before Boyhig or Repairmg. Reports famshed on Constrntcton and Condition of any Clasn of Bi ldiug ,?`y stimtiates focRepairs. = t 32 Years at the ratde.. , STZLEPHONi WINDSON II1, G. EB.MENERE MOTOR ENGINEER, RiEPAIRINO AT D HIRING DEPOT, COILeNER CrnAPlEL SITREET 1& BRIGHTTO'S ROD. ST .KILDAi . 3Ltr U?ar Ov.erhauld retrol. asd, Oil Stored Iodern l'ouring'lCar and T. u C.ab,, or:iy: Day ad Night . , w"N".. s......o..eh..e..e ..-.....eo...N"N"N"we:oN N,«"..4m 4. .*o.o.o* i4 .o.,? ,), ... .o ..- - .. ..e., 0.. o o.o .0-O..5 .;o.o- . .. . ? ..O -5.?. , . 8..-O-O e-S -=--: iHealthy Unhealthy Lighting' Much stress Is frequently laid by interested persons on the :enormous advantages of electric lighting over gas from'the' hygienic point ofvieiw. .Hear what three eminent men have rece...

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Cricket. SUB-DISTRICT. BRIGHTON v. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

N .{:ti: a0aTinsC1Y C ;::rg;; secoaNe~eleiciiili" per:fined b.elin the lasut ninitcuhe anigaust Coabrg see onds .:A'sthe hbowliSg oIf ' Bob Grieve wass soinuthoug etrtiagood, andi CUiur anite ?emIle kept the ' iiher Ciendi` gaoing withl a:dvaitage to :lis side, lixs ii's services were not cuillt:d upoii.-. -, \foiitfort ie' iiiid conimaindil: but hiis lick, fjailed.him ,ii nd:Footscrady had 1irst iise ofothu .icet.. J ; ? :Nevill"e ivitli ia cui ly oner i disposed fai'::'Addi;on;i ni? l ;tGoridoti Robinson' briou ghiti:': offi a, buciitiful: ctctih? :it squanrecg. hiji : i diato\e ; $stated, aGrieve ias' al hst ?:plttvaiMl ;auth hiis good mene hule4culid tl?the re?entiindn thusf1 reujuursillo oassistene i'fr.llethe ow'61df 2: WCin doi h joiner ??,Ki .t? 'uddot is 'eat ir Igitonii toes expste tlsalhio'nd?mlo tr isnd; to' uinotlei, tihil l legdreanc coccid a ha I uluwarils and three good diketil : ' had fallen `f rto, MnI i. fosir. rns. 'ItWithi threes iviclet. downi' fto 2.d iulioan ...

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Our Band THE CHILDREN'S DAY. GARDEN FETE ON 7th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

Our Band, tIEL CHILDREN'Sq)AY D iD nITL?T R ' U t'1 th S 1l CIT: Excdlaent 'nrogressi iin connectiony ,ith -die' garden ieri" ttnand' childn'nsle te noon' ain ? . a"eni voi off the ;r.t lorch the heads of bt !s arious stalls were, surrounided by Their ;iliers re?? rlin. reslts a ub uentlv whenthe general mee ting was held over 100 ladies and:l ecntleien; were pres eot. lr Alford, in thea navondable arience of his Worshdiip the Mayor (Cr. Wilson) p resided, aid he iis assisted by. Cr. ihandby -i n the dischiarge of iris duties. The joint-honorary stretarics,f (3Icsrs Thoims and Brown) presentrd a resume of the work in hand, and, referred to the cordial desire of. the public gener ally to assist?the m-isove ient. Mr. Ta lor orgiin:s?i, also ooutlined the work in hand, aoind in the course A of his re marks ohserved that of the many gar den feites be hadil orga nised, hlie could not recall one that had beein so 'en thusiastically launched as this one. It was decided to asa lii. Worliihi...

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B.D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

TI Th'° 1).C A del(ruates'; on' Tuesday viiiia Ise:'sase local cricket' in itsi e re ierdtcil: 'lr''iits erie eias :held that'"the-1 ; ' provided S er anun prites, a *insidraldeo amuount moreinthan the t'erage sullurban aisoeciation, the' ma grity of which ont the. other "liaid liow theli' secrdetrils liiioroitiiiums of lbout '£111 per aiiunn. Thee' question . inicreaing :the ainitoudt o: etiry fees was debated 'anid oilectel to by dele ates oii the *rrontid that llthey could lot fin'-m iore re.enue. Complitnt was nade of .the cdilliilt:y eileriei ccd in a iuinhmr -of clutls in: co!lectilng memn ters' .iidbscCi'ptioiis, nd a stcrni of in: ii, nation was . "et loic. on tioie n dc otred clb' delegaite tlin oittdt they al 'ady had to': put their "haids" in their nwo : pockets., to pay 3d registration ndl. other issciatidn clues: It was lnaiitaitedd that tlhe staindard of both :?ubs inti cric.et: was stunted by rea foni ,of the ?is iinmbirshilip paid by Ilayiert, cosideringie : theexpes...

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ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

EAt' -lsteiorvick [D:istrict ' reei on Thntrsda evening Ross beat :Niven by 12 -:in the clhampionship tourney, the game '"ibeing 25 tip. Ienriman's rink played lin a.competition at Auburn the same evening, and .won the game by %5 to 5. :A nmetingi of representatives of bowling cluns in the district is to be called at: an.early date to arrange for the annual Light Hours' Day two rink comlpetition, a popular local llix ture. which should provide this year a most exciting competition. Bright on. Elsternwiclc District, Sandringham, Cheltenham. SMentone and Mordialloc competed last year, Brighton winning. Verdigris on metal can be quickly removed by rnbbing with soft rag dipped in liquid ammonia. I have the greatest confidence in Dr. Slnculm as a physician, said one of the doctor's patients. lIe never gives an opinion till lie has waited and weighed a case mid looked at. it from every side. Um-m'! said the sceptical friend. T'lhat's all right if you don't carry it too. far. There have hc...

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FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

I luterwickk A. NA. 70 (Emmnoersuoo 53, i riiuton 21, ]lht i15, Kcnley 60, D,:)ter 91; Pelddligt6ni sx for 68, Pye two a for G0),.beat Sandringham 90 (Bailti -141 Dipuoll 18 hIrt four for 1i, Kenley thre. for 30) by 180 runs on first innings. Trinity 152 (E. Grigg 26, Laidley GO ; Syme three for 17, Neilson two for 29, (Con pcr two 1or 2(i) and onm for 22, beat Itrightoit Union SS and 82 (Neilson 12, MNoore P1;; IlHammond thrceo for 21, Barnes two for 22. Clay two for five) by 9 wickets and four run.s. Ellindale :90 (Simmonls 21, 1P. Iolb erts 1i n.o. ; Brown six for 21, Cleave too for 10) a!ld 2 for 3s (Ellin 13:, tI'('urthy too for -I), bent llithett S2 andl four fr 73, closed (C. R?uberls 10 n.o., 31'('arthy 22,n.o:; It. Ellin three for 25), by eight runst on first inlings. (Cheltenham 'i79 ('I'nTukield,40, Bridge born 51, Chandler 35, Rose 21 n.o. Stahel seven for K,), beat Brighton l'onga :,;'s17 hy eight rues on first :" TS 1ONI G TLDE . .andrinighui P]'resbyterians2 lP and S'...

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Friendly Societies CONTEMPLATED REDUCTION OF MEMBERS' BENEFITS. DOCTORS REQUIRE INCREASED FEES. SUGGESTED DISPENSARY FOR BRIGHTON. LOCAL SOCIETIES CONFER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

lrit i ll Societies CON'VriPLUTEIID REDUCTION OF, M?: EMBE3RS' 'BENEFITS." DOCTORS ]TElUIRE INGREASED LOCGI SOC10TIES) CONFER. Te Britisih . edical ::Association; an instituite co.pnirising h?lairge: majority of the mnedical- practitioners in' ::. th'i State; hlis fordardedai, proposal to >;a conierence of the conildinest friendly so cieties,; whichi will hliave the effect ':of members ::being charged 20/- per year in. the "metropolis' and 2G/-! in country centres such as Lallarat, and Bendigo, for' medical attetidaiice" insteadllof tlii nradtiatdd scule, ran? iig :from?i 14/- t 20/- at "present' iil operation namoiigst the societies: 'Othler charges suggesteJ ale ?.;5/- for exam?faitionih:forianicmer shlip, 'i-?for' o~ach certificiited ired olierthnn fo thel 6for eich ntteilidlnce akbeteen ,6pci'in aim 6 an i tients residing over a 'mile: friom: ,the siugers, ihilst obiil children up. to thle aiie':of 16 year:.voild =receive` free' treatmerit:F, The imost 'diastic clause ini the...

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District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

District News SBRIGIITON.' . ?:. ' o' Tliursdiiy morninig the .: lice rireieid a n-iessaae' from lirs. :..Yoimg,' gatekeeper at. the South road S e:'rq..sin, tliataa youn ,' man had been . faund . lying oii SiOus5roay' 'h.rod in un conscious condition. The man was ci??iey edi in' thi inmunicipal . ambulance by "Constabll Al.lin to :th Alfred PIos l:;':i pitaliwiherehlie -as admitted for treat i e?mnt.i Later on' i the' day the man -:fegaieI t ci?usniouii }sfe a nid staied that .i namnie was Norman Craig. He ex plaiined :that hlie resided 'in Adelaide, and?tas on da trip ':ito Sydney. lie -: ?oke his journey ait uiellbourne, and Il': Wedn'eday evening sweiitifur a trip to Brighteo. Beach,' ,which "vaii the last i he rembethed. .: he man bliore no marks of injury, butld licomplained of : eelingi'sore on the back of :the fiend. Ciaig viasi disedhiarged from the hospi tal.. ' ;ef4ird He: is f the?" opinion ithat lie '.as "siiadbhagedf and robbed of fi ". £l notes and s ab 'watch and cha...

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HABITS OF ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

H IIIAtS OF AMM u AlS." A flv nn a window-pane will crawl up to the top,. fly back to the bot tom. amunt criwl ip s?ain .' TI rCs order is seldom reversed. It. is on recor:: that' a fly crailed illi a .twihlow-pabe 32 times, returninig eac- timet to the some place.. Hens alwavs scratch for food with'-tlie gun hehiil :them," 'the reason being, that' the rays show u.ll minute particles. A blind hlien will pick up arhin and ridt hiiss; 'a kinrel. Cats seldom lie with their' fhet to-the fire, and sisually lie bn theleft. side. Ihots lie witli: their forepaws.s: toi'th,. lire. A moouse will iginor a food supply suflicient! for a meal .and ,runi Lieat: risks' to inibble at ah lege: suip; ply. fCollfisli usutally s 'nim roiund a g lob-. t-the-rich- he?: ass can be tauuht td take a fly out: dof the hand in six weeks. Sheep spend inore time grazinii than do c?ttle antl horses, and they will cat 12 hours out (o the 2L

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IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

IN'r 3IE -N,: .MO1 . f - MARTIN.-In fond and.lovinig remem .brance o"f dear Theresa, who depart ed this lifeI: on the th February, Inserteed by her sorroedng paiirents; i and niI Murphy lHeatherton M1LAI1U1Žm · Iloving` memory,;! 11 my', dear wife, who died on the 4th Ieb ruary, 113, at: Highett.:i A. precious one froni us is gone, Y - A voice ivo love is still ; A place is vacant ini our home Which never cian be filled ' Not gone fromn memory not gone from love' , 9 But cone to our Father's home abIove: Rest in the. Saviours swedetly yrest, They miss" youminostwho ? ;lova: you best. ' . ;f . Sadly: Missed: . -Inserted by her .loving'hus'and; Frank Martin.:. 1MARTLN.-In loving memory ,of.: my dear friend, who: died on the ,-4th' February, 1913,: at ighett Missed: :If our grave could only: open, .Manv changes you would see I think it. is far better, There is sweet'rest for thee.: In sickness or in trouble, You would always find her near With a heart full of kindness, : : : And her lo...

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CHRISTMAS PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

One tl. raisiiis;' Il): carrants,:- llb suet, 21bs. flour, 1:.: brad. crulnbs 1 tablespoonsful of treacle; 1 pint of inlk, I pint of water, a little 'nut Ine" and -ginger. Chop suet veryt in eloth' and boil six to cinht hours: One 11,. of. bhiwnid crumbs, lib. of beef suet, lib. of ciatn rts, 1lb. of raisins,. Ilb. of sultunas, 1lb. lanion ppel,' bIt. rown sugar; 1 cup of flour ' 1 gratetl nutmn'eg, l) pint' of mill, 6 egs.. Mlix all togetiher id boil for S horns. Uncle: lly. dlear bhy, it's afact that I thl microbes on paper inoney havee icausd emanyi? doith before now. \Neplew : ell, : .Uncl- vyol might ' let me.ha ie -a fiver or tw:o; i'm veryi tired of .life. AMr. teek, , swho Ihad oan to th-, front door to' answer the postman's knock, put, ?s head iisiIle the door of the room where his wife was sit tine: It's a letter for me, dear, he said. Shall I open it' Smith': ' .Ileri' Ilbbites ?n'o n, let's' cross o`er. I: don't ;m.nt to meet him. I owe himn some :fi?osey. Brown : That's...

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POTATO AND CHEESE POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

' OTITO ANtD (II POISY l'OlSONING. There sccms nothingO s ) ecit licn pois cninlg by potato; the s'ymptoms ard those of infection I y food liy cr.linary ornaisms. One interesting point is that it seems li-ely that potatoes on ly become infected after they are peeled. lussel polsoning has some clinical symlptt ms ptc'liar to itself, and may be due to the tpresence of son.md metallic poison, althta ih this must he rather rare. .A toxic sibh stance called tiytilo-to'xin has beet itolateid from poisonous imussels anti it seems likely thait .such mussels. hCave been infected by bacteriai, but little Is kdown of any special bacteria con, cerned in this condition, although it is frolable that the musts.l become poisonous throu,,h contamination', by eewa,,e. Similarl-y, aceese poisonini; which has certain more: or lIts specific clinical manfiicestationsc seems to be the result of the infection of cheese bi; some definite orantisrm, but fiurther in vestigation of this point is necessary Ieft...

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TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

10i f qTO S IXTURlES. ]FIRST GRADE linnipton r Con, Iadriingham ': ?llindal .. CUheltenhai?i "A.:.A. 7;): GECOND, ¢;RAI)E. St :Inrv s'. Saixidringh nm res Trinity v. 11rhlnghnl ;iinghia Ehlsternwiek - Methodists Brighton Presbyteri?. a.l ::i : ',: ' Conga. a` bvm.i: S Ct hteirlcrine' s v: Jfgiheti.t Silringrha?'in a ,iBcntlcighi Iethlodiss ora!hin i Baptists swell e reuinit tittered; , and said,.Ser gealt, :, youn have inot .got it'.riglht; it 's prolouice: ?on-tag-ue.- 3ontag i !asid the Sergeant, his. tongue"in his chlie? : RHilit, ho ! onty-yoiu'ie on fat ? uo fobr a week. on conl ? etle Mlexsio's lhash for.l cr ni?ih, :quick,' iemaroed the "confident I6okin" young man. There's other ha-sh to be settled fcr, Ms . Blackboard, grimly rejp?ied the iandlady. Arid silence ensued, while the boaxers fell to ieckoning how to strengthen our fleet with the butter.

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The Southern Cross [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

x `. `'L7ta1I tbe ecds thou aim'et at be thy · " .'; &oio nt;'uft 'thi God ., and truth'.. 3:~ is. mhiDAY; 3~FiEBRUARY 7, -1914.

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