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BAND FOR MENTONE CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
A.SI " FOR 31t . XTONE CAD)ETS.' Following the example set by othei Mtres, the residents of Mentone Iare presented to the local .area: of .oer cadets a number of bugles and tums for tile formation of a band, ithout which no military organisa tion is complete. The Defence aU. n0rities consider that the .establish inst of such bands is miore of a altter for the residents .than the overnment. When the San Remo Golf Club at Mordialloc disbanded it tas decided to devote the funds in ind towardsrthe purchase of instru sats. This was supplemented by irdate contributiqies. and the pre eatation was made on Saturday last l the Lord Mayor of Melbourne,; in e pr:esence of a large gathering. m~cngst Ihose present were Mr. :0. t Snowball, M.L.A., Cr. lB. J. Fer fando (Shire President), Cr. F. M. .udds, and Revs. Cooling and Iew it. Several patriotic speeches were ilde duringr the afternoon.
CLAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
CLAYTON S'.il-it ,ledll neeting was held is ] ",,ni T Hall on Satrdilay last, r Itoa,.r lrn:rsident of the Mul rave "re) p"idi', in,.. Stirring addresses ?livrd by lessrs Snowball and 1t, I...A. It was unanimously that donations he received to aol th;e patriotic" fund - also that S,nelrt in aid of same .be held ?- a mnsth. A collection taken ai tie Ibildin resulted in the ' t5 f C1'2/(; being received. Patri of a 11hh order was shown t ea hlar ttendling the local l "olintering to forego their tl ('ristmnas tree, and to donate Sat hi ialld, about £9. to wtrr thb patriotic fund.
CLARINDA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
Th, '.,ating accoimmodation 'of tohl :ate sclhool was taxed to its ut nat on Wednesday 'of last 'w ek, 'a 1a a ,cocert w atls held under 'the dainnanfhip of Cr. 4 A.., Knight iIayor of Oakleigh) to: further tarnt the local patriotic fund. lha pr?,r:cra;ata , which ,was ofa punr a patrioti" order, was-splendidly re Ltd, thuc taking part beminsg rs. S "a -tih. Mis s It . and 3. Jack. a-11n. 11., It. and II M3lBean and SEmith, 'iessrs Moulden, Lee, Bun L loaala. Castle, Easterby, and `t n-on. !'he amount received to ard, the lial fund is about £20; a adin arciplts fioni coticert. iur the a ,k a load of vegetables aja iiiached to the camp at rnai ruarltla,as a
BRIGHTON LADIES ASSIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
BII(HI'TON L.ADlIES ASSIST. The Brighton North Mutual Help Club has been doing good work for the soldiers. They have given and collected from friends the sum of £22/10/-, which has been expended in material for work. Three cases of good, have been forwarded to Gov ernment House for the Red Cross League, containing pyjamas, Iospi tal shirts, grey flannel shirts, knit ted socks, muflers, hood and wash ers, pneumonia jackets, cholera belts handkerchiefs, a quantity of machine rolled bandages, &c.; whilst 60 kit bags for Brighton contingent, have been sent to the barracks. The club and their friends intend to continu, working while help is needed. The secretaries, Miss Trewhella Black. wood, Union street, and Miss Myrtle Iluntly, Thomus road, will be glad to enroll new members. A meeting of ladics of Ighto Ikuachi will I, held at the residetu of Mrs. E. M1. Flanagan, "haia, ," Seymour Grove, Brighton Ileach, on "'uesday ufternoin at 3 o'clock, to form a branch of the Red Cross `...
THE MAYORESS OF BRIGHTON'S FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
THE MAYOiREiSS OF' BRIGHTON'S FUND. Mrs. Wilson acknowledges receipt of the following subscriptions ; Amount previously acknow ledged .- ___ ...86 3 0 Mirs. Edwin Pulluman ... ._ 1 0 Loyal Orange Lodge . .. 1 Mrs. Robt. Law ... .. - - 1 1 0 £89 6 0 3100ABBLIN FUND. The .Secretary of thi Shire of Iloo "abbl, desires to acknowhlfdce tihe olloin, contribultions to lth Patri otic Fuid : 1mno:i nt previously ackncow It' L> ed - 1, - = 1:110 > a. Tarriott - - 5 F lrancis Wilsoin 1 I 0 \nonymous - - _ 1 I 01 Totul to duto - - -.- - £107i 0
CAULFIELD RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
CAULFIELD RED CROSS SOCIETY. A meeting of residents has been convened for Wednesday next, at 8 p.m., in the Caulfield Town Hall, by the Mayoress (Mrs. E. C. Murphy), for the formation of a branch of the Rled Cross Society. A large atten dance is requested. A linal mleeting of the local l'atri ,tic Fund Coneimittee was held in the ITown 1all on Wednesday, when the secretarv reported that three cases ot goods hlad been forwarded to the Central Conmmittee contaiuning 3560, 517 anui "2? articles respectitely. 'Th' donations in cash amountedl to £27/15./6, antd goods £25/11016. At.the last meeting of the Elstern wick and Caulfield A.N.A. it was de cided to open. a Patriotic fund with a donation of £5/5/- from the branch and to appeal to the general public of Elsternwick for subscriptions. lhe president, Mr. II. B. Rees, was au thorised to receive any money. It is hoped that a ready response will be made by members and the general public of the district. Other means may be adopted to supp...
PORT PHILLIP YACHT CLUB. STIRRING SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
r'PORT PIGLLIP.1' YACHT CLUU. STIRRIING SPEECII E. At the annual smoke night of the Port Phillip Yacht Club on Wednes day, at the Sandringham Mechanics' the chairman (Commodore Horsley) an nounced that they had with tiem three members of the club--H. Peck J. Banks and J. Linford-who had volunteered for war. He was certain that they would give a good account of themselves. At his call three hearty cheers were given for the soldiers. The shire president, Cr. B. J. Fer dinando, proposed the toast of "The Army, Navy and Allies." He said th.it it was only a matter of a few dus since the word "allies" was added is the toast. They should be gratified that there would be no misunderstand. Ing in future as to the part the allies were going to play in the conduct of European affairs. Germany was ruled by a military class who did not think anything of the lives of their subjects. Great Britain had always been to the tore in the support of the smaller na. tions. They should all be proud that Br...
HAMPTON'S ACTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
tIILAll'TON'S ACTIITY. The uampton State School Patrio c League has done good work dur ig the past fortnight. Last Thurs day a number of cases were forward ed by rail to the main depot of the ducation Department, the contents of which consisted of :-61 cholera belts, 151 kit bags, 20 shirts, 27 gihtingales, 16 pairs socks, 22 tea bas 5 pairs cuffs, 10 arm slings, qf handkerchifs, 12 yards lint, 1 later bag. 1000 safety pins, and I eax contaiiniLr cushions and feeding ca.s. For the smokers there were forwarded 51 pipes, 81.plugs toliacco i3 tins tobacco, a box of flake to acco, 110 cigars, 300 packets cig gettes, ;and 15 gross matches; Rbilst close on 500 books and 'maga ;es completed the load. The ladies of the league have still a quantity f flannel and other material being :ade up, and expect to be able next nek to iorward a large parcel of ofnel shirts. The funds will be fur ther strengthened from the proceeds of a grand patriotic picture night, shich the plroprietors of Hampton p...
THE SANDRINGHAM EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
THE SANDRINGILAM EFFOR~T. Trie balance sheet in connection with the Sandringham appeal ' for lds for the making of articles for Ssoldiers has been published. The Iets amounted to £71/7/8 (do ~,os Sandringham and Hampton tis5 /10/-; Black Rock, £9/14/; ' ?of goods, £2/12/2 : discount, il/) and expcnditure, £31/2/8 (pur of goods, £21/3/ 2: tobacco, . chocolate, £1/10/-; band £1/7/6 ; and sundries, 7/-) !in- a balance in the bank of /0o ,,&lt; iforwarded comprise 100 l" shirtC, 101 belts, 102 pairs 7, .cl :rts, 914 pairs-cuffs, 100 d_.,.V, I gross and I dozen boot i ln kit bugs, 260 d~Koen hnifdlcit. , 10 face cloths, 8 pairs ,ýol }pants, IS towels, 2 large ? of tobacco and pipes,. and one " rox L of chocolate. drag will leave Sandringham ,tstion to-morrow (Sunday) at 9.30 for lroadmncadows. Fare, 4/- re turn.
Obituary. MR. WILLIAM WEATHERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
Obituary. MR. WILLIAM WEATHERLY. The death of Mr. William Weatherly, "Billilla," Halifax street, took &nbsp; place on 1st inst. Mr. Weatherly came out to Australia 54 years ago from Scotland, his native place being Old Cambus in Berwickshire. In &nbsp; mining circles Mr. Weatherly achieved success as one of the original &nbsp; Broken Hill Proprietary. Immedi- ately prior to his death he was en- gaged in grazing pursuits, having a station in the Mortlake district, and a farm at Romsey. He leaves a widow, one son and two daughters. The funeral on Thursday was of a private nature, only relatives and immediate friends of the family be- ing present. The interment took place at the Brighton Cemetery, the Revs. Dr. Marshall and Dr. Borland officiating at the graveside. The pallbearers were Messrs. G. Chirn- side, Bowes, Kelly, W. Riggall, W. A. Murton, Carre-Riddell, Phillip Aitken, Phillip Lewis and A. Tem- pleton. The funeral arrangements were in the hands of A. A...
SANDRINGHAM PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
SANDRINGHAM PRESBYTERIANS. The secretarial report presented to the annual meeting showed that the club won 6 and lost 5 matches last sea son. W. Bear stood first and foremost among individual performers, whilst W. Abbott's 'keeping was most re markable, and his captainship com mendable. The batting and bowling trophies were won by W. Bear, W. legg (most improved player) and D. Bear (fielding) also winnifg prizes; lwhilst l". llird was successful namono the recruits. W. Bear also won the Association prizes. 'for batting aver age, highest score and most wickets, as well as a special trophy given by Mr. Francis for the first 100 on the local ground. Trophies were donated by Messrs. Corbett, H. Brown, Frost aud Abbott. The following are the new season's office-bearers :-President, Mr. A. . E. Frost; hon. secretary, Mr. B. J. Masters; treasurer, MIr. A. Gose winckle; committee: Messrs. W. Bear, W. Begg, E.Bird, F. Fricks, S. Church. Trop ies have been donated by Messrs. W: Bear and B. J....
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 5 September 1914
CHELTENHAM. The annual meeting of the Chelten- ham Bowling Club on Saturday was attended by 30 members. The balance sheet indicated that the club would commence the season with a debit balance of £13. It was announced that Mr. Ready, of Warragul, had &nbsp; been appointed green-keeper. Some &nbsp; feeling was shown by a few members regarding the pennant competitions. Last year two teams of equal strength were entered, and they did fairly well. Mr. W. H. Barnett desired to have one strong team entered in preference to two of equal strength, and he was supported by a few members. It was pointed out that the system had &nbsp; been tried two years ago, and had failed, and it had also caused dissen- tion in the club. Mr. Barnett's pro- posal was rejected, whereupon he re- signed from the club, and notified that he intended to join Mordialloc. During the week Mr. Barnett re-joined the Cheltenham club as an honorary member. The officers elected were- President, Mr. ...
HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
HAMPTON ' The annual mecting of the Hampton club was held 'in the pavilion on Tuesday evenii?g? Cr'; Ecleston. (pre sident) was in the chiiir, and there was a good ittendanciie of nmembers. Tho ofliceie-arers for the season are: Plresident, Cr. J. I. Egleston : vice presidents, )r. Lauire, Cr. Ferdinando Messrs.- Haritsiian Carter. Farrant, Curtis, Mills, 'Lnch, 'Schmidt.. and Dunn; committee, Farrant. A. Pol glasi, Wills, Adams and Black dele gates, Tatchell anid Macindoe; secre tcy iand treasurer, F. Miller. Three members were selected by meeting to confer with the- andringham club with the object of obltaininm a turf wicket in ' the district and entering Sub-District cricket, whilst still re tainiei teamim for B.D.C.A. competi tion. - Several presentations were the eventof ,the evening, and were proe sented to the recipients by the chair man in his; usual -eloquent manner : Ati .umbrella '(suitably engraved) - to M3r. Cassells, wha has acted as club unipire: n: pipe to Mr. Watson...
Progress Leagues HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
Progrss, £eagus IIA31r Cf)N. Tihe icnntlly'ini?eetinig of .,," lirnnp ton' Progrehs Assciitioi was hild at the llamnptoti ITlh ii Tucsay iidi wlien he P'resident, -Mr~I'1I.' P. Anstc, ;oc da tlhe: °:h-a';ij t 20 m rs a ttendtled:. . L ·IRE -1 PRDT1' CTION. - Th i 1ir "dBrigadi?tBllo'rd referred. the Association totlhe Ic- iiuncil, who had the niatter in hanil of pi .oviding a ite .for.' a fire 'sation :for 'thl dL; trist. Thu need ol havinig at rition tin th5 centre of such 'a' rapidly-growing dis triet w'iwi inentioned byi several nmein bers, and it ?i;ti resoluve iu' owrite tt m he Council oni tlh uesjotio; ... A NEW VCIO-PRESIIDENT Mr. Lofen .:tendered his'resignation is vice-piresidenit? ai liei had left . the district. .?Th? resigniation wa-i accehli ted idthlregret `antid Itir 't~iilleni uwas tlectel i ti ll tld': ;ai'cy?:: ? QIJIREl). The Chalnirni referred to the neei of . action being .taketi.to secure : ';: recreation grround for- theli district~' The matter was discussed ...
HURLINGHAM PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
IThe' Jlrightoln'; Unidon tiind Brighton Congregatitlnial cricket clubs applied to the Brighton 'Codicil on Monda for- the u?. of Hurlinsgham Park tur liu? the, ensuin g sitison i The town clerik (ýMri, J. I. 'T.alor) aid that in April the council decided that no preference bo heiven to aniy club. The Mavtor.--We don't give .them ,any pcrmission, but alliiw them to occupy the igrouin " Cr. Stone said the ground had been purchhased for recreation iiurposes. For years' a club hadu plan-ed tlhre by per mission of 31r. W. T' (Crint. They had lspent money on it, and had made a good pitch. Cr. Grout consideredi it unfair to grant thel ground- to' one clubi&lt;' when there wasi room for tliree `or tour. Mlost cliilis 'nofisdlt' the ?'clii ;?s re gairds grouiniis aid if tishe,, oung fel loiws vere in reasorinble rae of mind they might cEasily arrng, .for tree or 'four1::iblitbs to?'plaI ihere. ,i th' elblow grease and' shovels they wouild s?aon'get ?iitches:'. -Cr. Pullman ' - mn ed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
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Mayoral Elections CAULFIELD'S CHOICE. CR. F. W. EGGLESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
mayoral Elections CAULFi'WLD'S C1OICE. CII. F1 .. £GC LES'JON. nIl. F. W. l:ijIgS1gOx. A special meeting of the Caullield Council: was held on Tuesday evening in' the Town Clerhis room for the election of Mayor for the ensuing 12 nionths. On meeting in open council, the retiring Mayor, -Cr. Murphy, oc cupied the chair, and the councillors attehding ywere Crs. Eggleston, Fiske, IHall,.Kitchen, Murray, Charles, King, lBrookshaw, Tyner and Thomson. Cr. Thomson moved and Cr. Charles seconded that the allowance be -fixed at £150.--Carried. Cr. Thomson moved, and Cr. Kit chen seconded, that Cr. Egglestonbeo elected Mayor. The motion was carried unanimous ly. amidst applause. SThe Mayor (Ci.. Eggleston) said he appreciated the honor they had con ferred on him. Ioe hoped that i' the colrse of- the. ,.nr lie , u1( Iliu.. showed that he had" justified the con fidence they had reposed in him. lie had a diflicult tusk in following such an excellent Mayor as Cr. Murphy had' proved to be, and he ...
Election Aftermaths COUNCIL OFFICERS' PERQUISITES DISCUSSION AT MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
Election Aftermaths COUNCIr OFFICERS' PERQUISITJ'ES DISCUSSION P3I00OOlRAlBlilI. When the accounts were presented to the ?loorllubin Council on Monday evening for payment, Cr. Brownfield directed attention to the itemsr in con nection with th'l recent irounicipal elcc, tions. A stitateiient; as submitted showiin that th .expenses for" the Easnt Iuiding c ltio'nu'ter _!S,6/0/2, and for the West I2fl0l10/9. Trhei. prctie of the councij hrits eei:e to.nl ponitre turmiunu officers fromi anuour t the otumicilliirs.- toi conduc(t the 'electins, whilst the latter ii turn depute 'it ithe arrand?ein of the iletails :to the Shire Secretary, who gets paid forlis. ster vices. Cr. Brownflled menitiuieil thit -. uan amount of £2/2/-- forl deuuty-ruturni ing loticer and. £l1/1- for 11poll0 clerks had not born imnIhuieh in the cheqape. 'ihe -ecretnar (Mr: A. I1. Frotiyce) ihey must 1have li et' ' omitted. (:r. Brownfield said that the duty ofi ,nductinitl the 'election devolved upon the returning o...