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REGENT PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

REGENT PARK. The .ecnnd annual meetin' of the Regent Park Cricket Club will le held in the Church of Christ School hall, Male' street. on 'Thursday, 10th inist., at 8 o'clock shnrp. Members and in tending nlayues are requested to at tend. The local raluch"s? of the Political Labour Council 'conducit a cricket team, the imajoritv of the ilemblers re siding at Saildringhaim.. A nmeeting . ans hleldl dirinagthe 1itel, anld it was resolved toenter a team in the second l railde of the.lB.D.C.A. The ofificers blet"tedl pier?-President. 'Mr. T. lIcthuen; 'icei:presid?lts,; t:essrs E. Jordan and I.'? Titiford secretary and ldelegate. Mr. .I:. liggias i,; treastirer, M1r. J. IVoolnouh.e, 'lie club com iience the sason with a credit 1:dliince of -.'? 1./-. Thie Hurlinliani Glu; hold• tlheir iceting , at: the Brightonl Town Hall I otel on Tuedayiv vecuiing. Members and inteindiuig jnai bersaree rquested to meet it the, Drill Girounil thios afj ternoon for practice.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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ELSTERNWICK DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

ELSTERN\WICK DISTRIcT. 'The RElsternwick .District bIowlers commence the season with a credit balance of .£3"/15-. This was the pleasing information convey ed to the members at their annuallmeeting on Tuesday. The officers elected were :-Presi bent. Mir. -II. T. Cohen : vice-presi dents, Mr. iD. iankin and Mr. A. Scott : committee. Messrs. Levens, Johnson, Ii. P. Williams,. and Dr. Weigall : secretary, Mr. S. P. Jonesi treasurer. Mr. C. Cox : selection coim mIittee, Messrs I.evens, llank.n and Slott. It was resolved to enter teams for the A.. BI., and C pen nants. The report stated that the !A team had won 10 matches out of 13 in the pennant : the t e.dý , -k .? c Cliphan,. Barr, F. Beddoe and Nlerriltan, who so cured second place in the Brighton electric tourney. The trophies were won as follows :-Champion of club, F J. Niven ; runner-up, 11. P. Wil lianms: president's trophy, R. Barr; runner-uln S. 1'. Jones : pairs handi pal, A. ;J. McDonttld and E. Arthur; rink tourney, E. C Mur...

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

" ELLINDALE. The11 lurgest annual meetine of the Ellindale Cricket Club yet held took pJace on Thursday week in the Bent leigh fHall. The club now claims the distinction" of leingrr the piremier club of the district, Ihavingr won the Blright on District Association's trophy last year after being four times at the head of the Caultielll -3oorabbinh dubs. A deputation from the latter atteunded, and endeavolnred to inlduce the club to return to that association, but the feeling amon r members rwis not strong enough to endorse the prolosi tion. Mi. Judd suegested that the C.-3M. clubs should join the B.1).C.A. to forntia strongl district competition. and the matter of joining an associ ation was held over pending consider ation of thii matter. The following office-heare.rs were elected :-President. Cr. 11I. G. lBurgess, I.1'. ; hon. secre tary, .Mr. II. IT. Sinmmonds; lion. ireasurer, MIr. It. Cooper; commnittee, MIcssrs C. Judd, Phil. lRolbrte, P. Silnmmonds and Courtney. The club pIro...

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STANLEY'S EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

STANLEY'S EYES. It is a remarkable fact that Stanley's supremacy over savage tribes is ascribed to the same trait that gave "Chinese' Gordon his command of Oriental and African races-the peculiar power of the eyes. The way a Mlwaukee justice perforr the ceremony of marriage:" Havehim 2 "Yes.' "Have her?r "Ye."I"Mr tied; 2 dollars I

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FRUIT IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

FRUIT IN CALIFORNIA.. The good prices received for fruit are the best features of the present outlook for California. The readiness with which the increased crops are being disposed of at higher rates than before will encourage every grower. It is the best possible answer to the predictions that fruit growing was being overdone. Hundreds of new orchards came into bearing this year (890go), yet there is a good market for all that can be furnished. With the existing demand the country would take double the product, fresh and dried, that California can offer. It.is fairly certain that the demand will keep ahead of any supply that the State an bring to mar. ket.

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Cricket. BRIGHTON [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

Cricket. BRIGrTON lThe aniual mcetin,, of the Brighton Cricket Club is fixed for next Tues day in the Brizhton 'rTon Hall, when all persons interested in the club are invited to attend. .:T'le busi ness will be the election of officers. and the adoption of thde annual. re port und balance sheet.

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

BI--: C-I.I ANG E ROYAL ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. "Fire Marine Accidenv 'Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH'- 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRIC: 'AGENCIES. trGIITON,--S:. P. Simmonds, Estate Agent, Bay Street. MIDDI)IE BRItCT11'ON-Connor and Alford, Estate Acents, Church Street. ST. KiILD)A-Prince and Co., Estate Agents, :"0 Ilighb Street. SANDHINGHIGIA--,Rould and Co.? .Estite Age~nt, Melros??Street. CAULFIELD -Harol d and Co,; Estat Agents, opposite- Station 1lttAItEN' ALE - n'libm son aen d' Collinson,'- ,state Agenis, tjaiLrdenvalc. IBALACLAVA-,:AE. : Forister, E'astate Atent;,200 Carlisle Street. ELS'I'EltWICK?-Beer aiotts? ? nd JTohnson, Estate Arents, Glenh?ntlv ltd. ly Road. ALL iBARTLETT JNDER GOVERNMENT,'- FAMILY BUTCHE, .UPERVISION; ;GLEN HUNTLY -ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work, on the Premises. Green .Bone for Poultry Daily. .Poultryland Rabbits Always ori Hand. ..* Carts Daily to, Oi...

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ELECTIONS HENTY. VOTE TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

ELECTIONS HENTY. VOTE TO-DAY. During the last Fedcral elections very _Ireat inconveniencd was occas ioned to the officers and public through only one table having been provided for the pollinu booth at the Ilampton FHall. The' Political lablor Council has drawn the D)ivisional Re turniing Ollicer's attention to this dti fect, and has now received a reply that four tables will be provided at this booth for to-day's elections. This should be very satisfactory news for both the officers presiaing and the electors voting at this booth.

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

MUNICIPAL. BRIGITON. AFTERMATH ltV?LECTIONS AND FINIDINGS. TILE NORTH WARD POLLING BOOTH. At a meeting of the North Ward Progress Associationi on Wednesday, the hon. secretary (Mr. W. H. Na'ltb) read a letter from the Brighton Council, stating that it was not nat cessary to provide two polling booths for the recent elections. Mr. Nabb said that lie applied to the council for a booth at the State school, and another at the 'other end of the ward, and the council declined the request. lie then applied alter natively for soooths in Bay street andll at the north end of the town, pref erablv the State school or in that vicinity, even -if only .a tent. The.re ply lintd oow :been:. received. Cr. Iur rows, as returning,r oflicere, could have grantedI the: request.:...It ns within his province to ,:provide the two booths, bdit he pro;ed l.spineless, . and shoved, the :;.responsibility bin.,. tle council. : .0, Nr ' G? CE.:Bittlr.-Ie put tt it on to the . :Maj?or, ·i~vwho hid .to-. take the i...

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THE ENGINEER. PROPOSED PUBLIC MEETING. NORTH WARD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION DEFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

TrilE ENGINE'll. PIiOPOSEI) PUBLIC ( EF Il ING. NOR'III WARD PIIOGRtI"l'SS ASSOCI ATION IDEFERS. At the North War 11 Yion"rS A'lsoci itioin moetin. on Wednesday, M1r. Newtv- said he noticed the "South ern Cross" said the ratepayers of the Wanli were evidently satisfied with the riesent eng:neenring arrangements. iHe siretetld that the 1Mayor he asked to call a public meting in the Town lHall to let it be known that the ratepayers were not satlsfici. Mr. Passe said they could not move in that direction. They elected conu cillors and must,.he satisfied with what they did. They must put in men whoni they could trust to do the things they wanted. Mr. Butler thought the matter night well be'! left over. They, had their hands full, "They wanted more mem bers, and people woiuld not 'oin if they applearetl .as.a lot of agitators. Mr. Newey.-We' should go on, or the council will think the ratepayers eall. are satisfied. They might give the engineer- 2,0000. next youlr. don't approve of so ui...

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

Football. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. THE SENIOR SEMI-FINAL. CAULFIELD OUTLAST MI)DLE BRIGHTON. .-A STRENUOUS GAME. ONE POINT VICTORY. The first semi-final of the senior grade of the- Federal Association was played at Ciheltenham on Saturday, the competing teams being 1Hiddle Brighton and Caulfiehl. The ground was in good order after .the rain, and des;jite the cohl weather there was a good attendance of the public. Both teams were confident of success, and a good exilhition of football was expected, but the ganme was dis appointing as the players crowded on the ball. ICAULFIELD. - Back-Finley, Hogan. Plinmmcr. Hlalf-back--HaInsn, IBristow, Dalziel. Centre--Bourke, IRyan, Sutherland. Hanl-forward--Jones, Curley, Drum mond. Forward-Woods. Moore, Bowen. Folle.wers-Ilickey, Corless. Rover--Young. . MIDDI.E BRIGHTON. Back--Lewis, Swatnson, Beulle. TIalf-hck-lrirley; Jackson. 'Snooke. Centre-C.reber, Lawler'. Scott.. .Half-forwari-Stewart., 'Brooks, Campeidll -Forward-Wllestwond, Edmonds, Ain I...

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

PUBLIC NOTICES. RIPPON LEA FRUIT PALACE. V. WAUGH, FRUITERER and GREENGROCE?, GLEN EIRA ROAD, near TYISHAM STREET, RIPPON LEA. Seasonable Fruit and Fresh Vegetables Daily. Orders Called For and Delivered. SUMMER DRINKS. ICE CREAM. Your Patronage Respectfully Solicited COWPER'S NURSERY, OAK GROVE, BRIGHTON. Harry 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 DESCRIPTION IN STOCK. 'STANDARD ROSES AT LOWEST RATES. SARDENS LAID OUT & ATTENDED BY DAY OR CONTRACT. TELEPHONE .. 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 GE0O. BUTCHER (late of Brighton), who is- prepared to , SELL YOUR PROPERTY COLLECT YOUR RENTS ARRANGE INSURANCES, &c. Local Agency Scottish Uni...

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

Local Option IPIOPOS)I.Dl A31NI)311E.NTI OF T1ll1 LI(ENSING A T'. OPP'OSITION FROM BtRlfGlTON SOCIETIES. Local tenil,erance origanisations are pc eturhed at the alnolnemenls 'that have been nade from time to time of th. intention of the State fGovern menit io introlie a it eanilte to [P1ar liament fir the Iprpose of amending the I.iceneini Act with a viw to de ferring the operatiiot of the Local Opll ion prvisions of the Act, and lirovidini2 iratead for the reappoint ment of the Li?c?i-es e?flduetion Board. 'The matter was oonsideredl by the frijlhton division of the Sons of Tem pIerance at their last meetin%, and strlon opposition wast oelpressetd at tha attempt to he mnitle to depriyo the ipeoplle of the dl:nmocratic right of local option. as conferred by the Li ceneinir At of 1"%Y. After discussion, the fillwin renso luItion was cuiried : "Thaint lhii Di )it-ion gilares it. c.,n,-iction that reduietion of L.i c ner in rollr?iw td al ras lyi a Board ca:nnot he, nrcepted an a siul ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

CITURCHr SERVICES. Church: of England.-Cheltenham 11;- :C., Rev., C: CCrotty : 3, ,Violet Service ; 7. ; Mr., Chamberlain. Ding ley--11.15, Mr. Chamberlain ;- 7.15, Rev. C.': Crotty. Moorabbin-3.15. Rev.: C Crotty. 'Church of England.-All Souls', Sandringham.-8,-.H.C.;" 11 and 7, Rev.' IIy. ;HL. J. Nor\ood, Th.L. Holy.. Trinity, .Hampton.--11 and .7, Rev. H. F. Goss,: Th.Schol.: . St. Agnes', Black Rock.ll. MrJ??.?1 Gawler :;7, 3r; G. P;Biggs.;;. St:. Mark's.-, IIC. 11 ;Vicar;, 7. :Mr. W. A. Wilson. St: Luke's?l1 Mr. V. At Wilson 7, Viar. ll ?ithoilist (. Iew',Street). Cir'cuit. New street-]1 Rev." Horton Willianiii 7,;-ev. S. Adamsoni Mill 'street.-l1. Ikev. S. Adamson ; 7, r. G. Jewell, WVerie. street-11, M[r.?1: J.' Willianm son ,7, 11ev. C. W. Atkiison, 31:A. Sui?hringhanm-1 i ReI . C.W. :lAtkin soi, ' .A.; . 7, :; r.',J; ;j : Larson lampiton- ll, 31r. F. 1. 'Iichards .7 Mr:, A. 'H. erry. Gardenviale-Il, Mr. A. Iilliams 7, ?r? F. . Rich ards. .h?ale Stret MIethodist.-Mlli: dreet...

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

BICYCLES, &c., FOR SALE. CENT'S BIKIE, in good order, S cheal, T1. -McIntosh, Bent MEETINGS: nllRll'l()oN KOhRH WARD PRO GIESS ASSOCIAjTION SOTII TELSTERNIVICK STrATE SCnOOL. 'lE'LIT- ARY MEETING of thle and gentlemen interested in itg i"Ipro?'enent of the site adjoin School %0 "l So Elsternwick. State SWr ill lbe held at the Murphy rie, Iall on Tlhursday, with a e to raising, funds. W. H. NABB, Convener. Sl?'l'lIT'iX PIOGJIESS ASSOCIA f i il... iy n.etiln,. Orientait Cof iit i,,' Wedncetla next. JImport l l,. i,. Sleiirt, Hon. Sec. -. POULTRY, &c., FOR SALE.: -: DLACK ORPINGTON and WHITE • LEGHORN 'EGGS for HATch ing,.3/. 'Blackbham, Byronsit., Bilgh ton.- SBROODY IIENS Wanted, 3/- each, or Setting of Eggs. Dligden; ?. - CI"ICKEN S.-uff Orpingtons and Whith ~ieghorns, week :old,10/ d6~. Eggs, 5/-; 25/-. 100. ,lack Orping ton,i heavy laying non- iroody strai;, 15/- dozen?; Eggs;, 7/h U-llunt' Sel wyn P1oultry Yards, Selwyn st,. off Bay st., :first. street. 'from elec...

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On The Land [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

On 'Tih'e Land For sheep, pigs, and poultrl rape is a crop which will give several suc cessive cuttings, and ought to be largely cultivated. As a forage plant its full value--particularly for sheep has not yet been fully recognised. When once the growth is started it has a sound reputation for resisting the extremes of heat and cold. , It further possesses special qualifications for clearing land. It can be grown as i catch crop, to provide green mtan ure or forage for almost any kind of stock kept on a farm. Compared with clover, it has twice the food va lue, and will provide a crop twice the weight ,per acre. The Dwarf Essex is the best variety, and may be sown at the rate of 31b. seed per acre drilled, and from 5 to 71b. broadcast. 'This crop will be found to thrive best on land recently cropped with maize. The most effective fertiliser to use for this crop is farmyard manure; in the a, ?ence of this, artificial manures rich in phosphates may be applied. A good growth is generall...

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The Plan of the Farm [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

The Plan of the Farm A very important thing in starting operations is to make a tough planh lo the place, laying it out as sets behost, and then build and fence accordingly., This will save a great deal of time and trouble in the future, as one is almost sure to put things in the wrong place and keep removing them: if thelre is no plan to work by.. A good, dry, healthy site should be cc lected for the Ilomesttad. and as. rcn tral as possible,- with a gooa-sized ,ard a little distalne from tih hoa.-c, with stables, cowVsheds. and other buildings needfull; machinery-shed and granary built separate, ar.d in a clear space, some distance fromll tlhe house and yards, while the stack-yards -hould be arranged so as not to have too mauch stulf in one place in case of tire. A few ornamental trses about the house and yards will provide shel ter in winter andi shade in sutlllcr, as well as making thei place homely. Live hedges about the place also add to the appearance of the farm. Of course, a...

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The Different Land. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

The Different Land. . i'e lolloto'in ii - a: An?inericimln. view of Aiistrnli ,;-Aiisl ralia iss h conitiiient'almost' Ais lairgeai s thlie Uitel& IStates, ?aiid tliren is. I nothing, ordinary liin "it Iblut'cricket iand tierioni -ti::.' ;: ' -;M:r:-i. . Mas, -finislhed lup.i liv:niitUe 'Aiiistritlia waLs :a e: co',?li ted- lii?l' il 'reiidy for tlhe .real estatititiaiet '_yi et hie - did not land 'unritil early in the 'last' century. li i. s:is: thei! yoligiast: of ?:tlih, civilfzed liviimn ' 'pliihes.' iiiand 'S i First 'ictially eix'lim'd in t cigitueiltlleiittuiir3 biy tie celdlrate?l :CLapltai Cookt on his iay -' ti 'l'ihii'fts triibler liaiiut: ii the I:fiiwaiinh Islands. - .: '2Austialina1. Hlioks in ll he"'s ti tl-est coihr: of the *gl.obe," .ita .tremeindoil. distance? froni' aiywhirre wortlh:sidhiak inig oi..- A iii a' I:'i"'bh f eitili Uric h'ri'i'dOiiii'ee ir :iit, ? alls t ,'tsi?'rt.- .'e ' Its riveri -are larlre'r tt'ihoir source tlhian' at thliirin io'it.li s'...

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

EDUCATIONAL. IOSBEltCON - (1 iLS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL and KINI)EIIGARTEN. NOITII IROAM), NORTHI Bll'lGHTON 5 minutes from Gardenvale Station. 10 Imlinles from Electric Tram. Large grounds : excellent accommoda. tion for Boarders. Pupils Prepared for. Unisersity, Primary, Junior, and Senior Examinations; Also for. Uniiersity) Local'Examina tions in Music. Principal- MISS .TISDALL. AND. i.Ui~ CONSTANCE TISDALL, M.A. Clas Singing and Physical Culturde h:ve always formed part of the cur ric sh s. " Dancing and -Special IPhysical Cul turc Lessoins are opn--to Non-Pupils. Three Terms for 1914 Begin- .: February.10 th. l . . June 2nd' ' " .+ September- 15th. " : '': Pupils may beOEnrolled any. timai pro tata. "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL;. "KIORA," SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH: SECONDARY. PRI'MARY, SUB-PRIMA RY. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. Tho school is beautifully. situated, with exceptional accommodatiom : for boarders. Pupils prepared' for JUNIOR and SENIOR PUBLIU Examinations ' also fo...

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BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914

BENTLEIGHI. 1rs. '. Marriott, of Bentleigh, sisi td h'.r san at the i roadillralow imp on Sunday, when the desire.was sarea,,.d that a quantit a'of vetadbles o forwaried. 3rs. 3farriott cdno ted Cr. I.. CG. Burgess. on 3Monday, 5o intervicewed some r of the ,irowers, oith the result that, a truck load- of -ectahuol, couiprising 200 dozen: eaull ossers s?ld cabbages, and 12 bags of isrdl lcetables, was forwarded from ith lo.tliglh station yesterday: after :oo. The, contributors were. Cr.:W. . lh?ras., Cr.' J. L. Smith, "ess~r Ii. Iir e, W. 3hirriott, C. Porteri J. Sim, to d3., I. li?rriott; W. Simn e?is, Ii. \\ihnot, T. Rattle, WII. An :rOstn, I;arlicid Bros., R. Hall, 1P.- Ia t.. I. BIox. P. Goodrich, Watt n,-.., oad it. Kennedy. The Market Gardeners' Association ue alppealing to-day for vegetables to be iorwarded to the.camp at Broadmltcdo.ws as a donation for the troops from the gardeners. The It5eknce authorities wiill have a wag: on at the Victoria iMarket, and it' it hoted to s...

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