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THE RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

`The NX &J~dpton (Gr.1. DSt Gz &eereceipt of tfd fisol al~uisrtions I- Mt? M3r. Willia- Jatkion -- ,4£1 1?'l Girlie Jackson .- -- - - 0 2-.6 Miss H. Higgins - -- 0 5:0' Mr. Geo. Smibert -, ---. 0 "0I .1. Russell Crowther - - - 2 2 0 Cr. J. R. Burrows -- -- 1 l'0. Mr. Douglas 0 5 0 Mayor of Brighton and Mrs. i Dutton Grec ' 0 His Honor Judge 'Joule 5 E. a'lleckett- - - Mrs. J. B. Grout . - ?- O10 Miss J. 1 igins' - - - 0.5:0 Dr. Gerald - Yeigall '- (?vekl~y'? instalment)- - - 1 H00

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRANCH FORMED AT CAULFIELD. LADIES RESUME ACTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

BRANCH -FORMED °AT: CIAULFIELD. LADIES RESUM' ACTIVITIES.' ,A meeting for the formation' of: a brInhh df -the 'Red Cross Society was heldeat the Caulfield Town' halla on Wedrnesday, when the M'ayor (Cr. ( 1'. W. ,lEggleston)':presided over a "large gathering of ladies and eentleinen. The Mayor said that it was the duty of the residents to assist as much as they possibly could. in :the making of garments for the troops ,who nre going to war. Theret'ere many who were runable to-go.to tl;i war, but they could assist by giving money. lie was confident there would be no' shirkers in Australia. Col. Fetherstone -explained the ob jectsof 'the Red Cross Society. Du-s. ing peace ,they::ivere collecting: funds and laying, up stores oi'clothing for time of war. The mones was for 't estabulithienlt htilintitals o Athea liftit and the clothing for the troopslwho ltvould: require attention:' The mi em bors of the Red' Cross Society did not alctsluit' go to tid" ugliti"ng' lhid' 'iltr society was ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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THE 4th REGIMENT BRIGHTON RIFLES BAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

TIE '46th RITJI¢i1NT BRIGIITONS RIFLES BAN!) FUND.,' " The Mayvor of Brightn. (Cr.. S.:Dut ton' Green)- acldnon le?cs i receip: t :of the followin subscriptioni:?- - Amount pre'iouislv .ackno-'-'. : lodged ?--S-- 8 6 Collection b hr Brightoni: Bisn - trict Band - 3 4 9 G. Jr. Carter 0 -- 03 :0 £3;i 2 3

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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MOORABBIN'S PATRIOTIC FUND. TO BE FORWARDED TO THE LORD MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

00 - ioo lol\ S PATRIOTIC rFU)iD - T1o BI. -. ORW11, hlll I) 1rO 'aILE LOR) At Tlondas?t? i iig iiig . of thb -Taoo0 abbin" Council Cr.:' Kellh" !e. iiired if anythinig " had :beei -don? ci itli the colltributon: rtievedr- to rleos the Patriotic ,FIund-inaugurnted:- hý; the' shire. - The seeretarv. Mr.. A R. FIorve, said that that tnas- a' matter for the council to decide. The imliount in hand totalled £1G6/1,/-. On ihe rvsolation of Crs. White and I;gleston" it was resolved to forward the 'amount to the Lord 3Iaypr's Fund. - T'he resolution was carried unani nmously.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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MOORABBIN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

'MOORABDIy;D. FUND *^y. The.. Shire Secretary ;rljeresito ac knowledge .. the receipt .of. the.follow ing donations :- ,i : ' :: ;.iq.; : ",'8'.i Ainoiiint I preCvio sl-: acllio"; - i:. ' . l. edss -£- - - -_16.;7 4; Nordialloe--. . Patriotic' . 1 - tiund -'- -,:: (first-: iinstilmclit) 2.-: - ." 6'i- I6 ." Moore -- - --'- -* - 0.· ': 0. Goinfri_- - 0. 0 -;? 0:'O T. Ozan - ,- ", I - --;"'-*] " 1 ?-0o I 1 W.-:l h' -I.h : 0+': 1' · J 0+? O' i cSwai - - '- -

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CAULFIELD'S CONTINGENT FAREWELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

CAIULFIELD'S CONTINGENT FAIRE WELLEI). A meeting for the formation of a branch of the Red Cross Soc-ety was held at the Caulfield Town Hall on Wednesday, and opportunity was taken of the occasion to say farewell to the Caulfield contingent. The Mayor (Cr. F. . E Eleston) occupied the chair, and there was a large gatherinr. Icr. J. A. loyd. 31.1'., said that he felt it an honour to be able to bMi God speed to the troops who were going from Caulfield. Australia had enjoyed peace through the strong arm of Britain, and now she was in trou ble they should all do their ouota to assist the Empire. Ile was confident that the men going to the front would do credit to Australia, and he trusted that they would all come hack aeain. During the Am.erican campaiLn President Rooseveldt had said that the man who was good enough to shed his blood for his country was good enough to be given a square deal afterwards: smore than that, no man was entitled. and less than that no man shall have. That was t...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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BRIGHTON SOLDIERS TO BE ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

:BRIGHTON SOTLDIRS TO-BE 3 :: ,:'ETERTAINTED, AT THE TOWN HALL TO-NIGHT. iiis -Worship the, Mayor (Cr. S. U't ton Green) has personally interested himself in this movement, and visited the eneaiipment with the. town- c.erlk (Mr. J. ,H Taylor) to extend an: in vitation to Brightonian soldiers.: As: the troops may leave at any moment, the. arrangements have been hiirriedly pushed forward, and the MaIyor - ex tends a hearty invitation to Brighton residents to assist in i akingi'h'suc cess of the' gtheirig in ordr'- that the local' soldiers niay Iave with !evi dence: gofthe apprcriatioi fi. otheir 'fel low. townsmen.. Prominent t locbal gentlena i'will piopose .toasts suitable to 'the occision, nnd Mr. J. .H. HTay lor has 'spread himseill' ;i, an , ýen deavoir. to provide a good programme and all the' detiils of ani impressive gathering. ..." " -, . The lBrighton RIcd Cross Comitiee hold a patritoice concert in the Town Hall on TIuesdav evenrc g, ' and' it will ie the pleasure-as well a...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

Elect ric Saw Mill:and Timbe: Yard. EvervthinC at Melbourne Prices. Macpherson and Lawrie. Middle Brighton. Telephone 45 :Dherty & eo. 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, Winter r Clearing Sale L Now On. SL All Lines Reduced. 125.127 Nle iruntly Road, Elsternwick 'Phone-Brighton 1747. The(I.XL. Drapers. S ? l C29 lhurch Street, Middle Brighton. SPRING SHOW LATEST NOVELTIES IN SPRING MILLINERY and UNDERCLOTHING Wednesday, 26th August and Following Days. . Ladies and Children's Dressmnnking a Specialty. NOTE ADDRESS: I.X.L., (Regd.) c/r CHURCH & MALE STS., MIDDLE BRIGHTON. One minute from Station. 'PHONE 5324. Percy Bingeman (27 Years with Gaunt's) Ophthalmic Optician, LONDON HOUSE, 97 Elizabeth St. (Next Equitable Building). UPSTAIRS (TAKE LIFT), 2nd FLOOR. iE NATIONALI BANK OF AUS 1 TRALASIA LIMITED. A BRANCH IS NOW OPEN for the Transaction of all Banking Business at, 82 GLENHUNTLY RD., ELSTERN WICK., Under the Management of MhR. E. ROWLAND JONES. E: I?. 1'3TiFO e...

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The War THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

The War THE PATRIOTIO FUND. The.Manyor f. Brighton (Cr. S..Dot ton Green) acknowledies.receipt of the following subscrilitions : Amount': ', ieviouslv acknow-'I; Jedeed", J3 3/0 of n.uvhci`:'i `,:" has: ;* beehn 'cz neitted' to he' lord la? sor £- SS .8 9 60 uctioo bBrsitouDis-. trict Band -- 3 311 Iopyitjal LCege ofI o~ercy . 2 0 G. II Carttr... . =.010 0 £294 4.

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Brighton's Band. ENTERTAINMENTS AT DRILL ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

Brigbton's and. ENTERTAINMENTS AT DRILL ROOM. To-night's pictures will include the treat star feature '"Waif of the Des ert," 2,000 feet, lhs the Kalem Com pany. "Fight on the l)eadwood Trail," a fine drama: HIonourable 'frs. Donah, a mosat hullmorous conme? dyI: 'inmples' 3lidnight IRambhle. and a host of other sipciulties. The ar tists bil.ed for the programme are Miss Ada Clark, a charming lysric so prano, and the great musical act by the Bush iHumoorists, on all sorts of instruments. Next Saturday's artists will include" Frank Melvin and Violet Klelvin, tn~o very clever and refined performers, anti as it is expected a humper house will be present to-night patrons are requested to hb early and purchase nemhers' ticket s-2/-iC-before the crush att the ticket offlice. The band will play this evening at tihe front of the Town Hall prior to the concert at the IDrill Roon, . the occasion being a smoke concert ten dered to the soldiers from this 'dis Irict hy Brighton residents, at the...

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Boundary Roads BRIGHTON AND MOORABBIN COUNCILS. HAVE DIFFERENT STANDARDS. THE DIFFICULTY OF AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

BoundaryKRoaIds licIGlToN I) tiroonRumBfs cous-N JIt E oI FER.? 'I STAlND U1 RS THEJ)IFF UICf 'Yf OF. AGREE The set tlinart of tie 'diferenca ien t?een l riihlhtoi anid Moorabbini tCn cils, iu' regard to .ihe lmaintenne, ' the ' bounldar otra' s aiipearsas as ar oR an ever..' I h en?di ners for the rn 'pective coiincils suiititted, a schem, which was ' adopted h ,Mloorabbin, bit trejectedl by Briliton. . n alter nitiv. scheni.e ' eas prepared, and this w'as adopted bIy' righton but de ferrtd hl, tiorabbiln te, stee What Brihtonn' attitudr';'ouilil be. At .ot0dtin's.,ai'eting of tlhe .tt abnfiti (Council i lerter was receinld front lriglhtin' aiipprov'inr of tih' scheime. andr tiri;n that the constru-" tion: of New ."treet, Brighto Bench,. shiotiled t. nod~rtaken" at once. Cr. lltrress:-inlo0'ved that the Bright oil.' Cnneil be, informed that tlooanlr bin cannot adopt the report of tLe er.,ilt:n-rs .t !l asid that .Moorabbi wetre heing asked to do two-thirds oi the whole. , Thoirias ...

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Bowls BRIGHTON'S "A" TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

BOwls ltIGHTON'S "A" TEAM. The 2t 0 mnentfere of the Brightnll Club' secte(' d to formu the "A" teno" mlet on 'ttuuzrsdn-. elected :kiln, who in turn (ticked te'ir .rinks. -The sttl of F. *JefTery 1111 tille rejectiotn of t'. if. l.itse%:. thie oldtst of the club sku.adnto'. t ilues eha'uittui. liht selectiontl refllct the efforts of t I'll itirittt Ihtvhlllt'fe to the promotiol of 3Otulht!t.t players, ii keetner ftight flot Ip nut ot honouolr., as uagaitt ulell that forttiof s~ocialh frefetreco, that. retulnrt' thie presldIent't, wrhateier ihis piiing '!ltllilfctioalsn. to be a moettter ofi the '''' ip'eltlllit teamu. TJie elected teams are 'I'ricka.. IIIrrU\\sP Chlutan, Da v~Lid~O La· ItLf(ntd, \e j ,, IRankin, IIianzuaul. leltrir I ives(.i'. Crowthter, Nathatn. Ro sse. I)F . llop, Fergusoni. Its.r t. vev, Tricksz, . zind Vozzye hat hews Ieteizi to act with two "It" rcpresentative, as a slckctiolI coazzittlec fo,rflith season. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

MITCHELL and TAYLOR. ttRIADALE, D.F. Brick, nearly new, 6 rooms, tile roof, 4 minutes" sta tion. 40 x 110 ; £740. Mitchell: and Taylor. CAULFIELD, splendid D.F, B. yilla, 6 rooms?, Kooyong'. road, stables, ,c.: £500; absolute rift. Mitchell and Taylor, 394 Chapel street. TOORAIL, D.F. W.B. 6 rooms, 45 x 115, r.o.w., perfect order ; £600. MSitchell and Taylor, 394 Chapil st. LIAWKSBURN, somethin " special, Brick Villa, modern design, tile roof 6 really nice rooms; 25/-; £700. 3litchell and Taylor, 394 Chapel st. ELSTERNWICK, . cheap proposition, D.F. B., 6 rooms, beautiful order, * nice grounds; only £675. Mitchell and Tayl,or, 394 Chapel street. TOORAK, Brick Cottage. 4 rooms and * conveniences, 19 x 87 ;,let 14/-; £400 Mitchell and Taylor. EAST PRAHRAN, semi-detached front, 5 rooms, conveniences, 35 x 150; would let 17/6; £415. Mitchell and Taylor, 304 Chapel street. BALACLAVA, exquisite little home, 4 rooms, conveniences. 5 minutes sta tion; £410, £40 deposit. Society book balance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

EDUCATIONAL. ROSBEIlCON; G LS'ir, GsIAMMAR SCHiOOL and KI'DERGARTEN. " .NOITIT ROAD, NORTII BRIGHTON 5 minutes fiomin Gairden'ale Statiiin. 10 minisites from Electric Tram. Large grounds; excellent accomunodn tion- for. Boarders. Pupils Preparpred for . University. Primary, lunior, and -- Seiinor Extalninatioins' Also for Universit.l I ocal :Examinia tiois in ?lusic. Principal- I? S'TISlDAI 'AN)D MISS CONS'IrANCE TISlIll,1;'A. Class Singing ai?d I'.\isal ?dilutUre have alhsas formed pirt o"f the cli i i r ll u l n., Daciing and Specia l'. lisical. C?l lire Lessons iare open toi Nun-lPiipils.: Three Terms for 1914 Begin-- . February 10th: , .. June 2nd. September 15th.. - Pupils may be Eiirolld any time8 pro rata.'" : "NORFOLK" GIRLS SCHOOL, SOUTH ROAD; BRIGHTON BEACH SECONI)ARY. I'RIItMARY; ; : SevenIiniiiues'::B Walk: fidomTaint " '? or Traim:: Th school, is beautifully situated, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for J UNIOIR:: and SENIOR PUBLIC Examinati...

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The Destructor. THE SITE QUESTION. BRIGHTON NORTH WARD RESIDENTS ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

Tbe Destrucitor THE SITE- QUESTION. BRIcGHiTON NOlTlI WAR!D RESI l)ENTS ACTIVE. The announcement that the St. Kilda Council proposed to lave tlhe question of site for the proposed de structor re-opened 'caused a stir am Oi;L t the residents of the North Wturd of Brighton, who, as a result of their previous effort, considered that. they' had been successful in .ire renting the d'estructor beting erected on the reserve .alofigside the Elsternu wick State school: A inleting of residents, ' convened . by the Northl \tard P'rogress Association;' was held oil Thrsd:lay, when the President,'3lr. 1U. Morris Jones, occupied the- chair, and there was a large attendance of lalies and gentlemen at the" Murphy street hall, Gardenvale. Apologies were received from the .layor (Cr. l;nen), and Cr. Strong, the latter ,'nclosilt, a donation of £1/I/-. Mr. Evans, chairman of the school cunm ttee,. said hle hl d written to the Education Dlepartment enterir(, :n emphatic protest against the nmit ter bei...

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SOCCER. JUNIOR CUP. SANDRINGHAM DEFEAT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

SOCCER. JUNIOR CUP. SANDRINGHAM DEFEAT PRl:iH-: The' above teanms met'to' decide ho would play Footscrav Thistle in the final for the :above cup, and Sand ringhdm non after a tie .in the'se ?e-, vious match. Result :- S~ANDIRINGI.AM. 2 PRAIIRAN. O. To-day Sandringham meet Thit0la in the. semi final for the Leae chami pionship, when it is hoped that they will .pro?e their superiorit, and come out ninneri.

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Football FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. SECOND SEMI-FINAL. CHELTENHAM OVERTHELMED BY MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

oo1blall SFEDERAL ?'SSOCIATION. SECOND SEMI-FLNAL. CIRELTENHAMI OVF.RWHEL).ED BY HOORABBIN. The second semi-final of the Federal Association was played on Saturday at' Mentone. between Cheltenham and Mooral in, but the attendance was not large. the gate receipts only am ounting to .£l!/3/3. Cheltenham were unfortunate in not being. able to put their strongest teem in the field; cfewett, O'Loughlin, Booker and Warburton were at the camp at Broadmendows. They had been granted leave for the match, but arrangements could not be made to et' them to the ground in time. Moo rabbin were well represented. The teams and the jaacinrs were GCIIELTENIIXM. Back-L. Woft, Rose, Cole. Hllf-back-Foreman~ , Towns, John son. Centre-P. .off, :Gouldthorpe, Pow ell: IIall-for ard-lking, Harris Carson. Foriward-S. 'lains, Lnwler, Fisher. Followers--W.. Mains, G. Mains. topei-Biehl ]RooIIAIBI'N. ' Back -Scanln, .T. ,Rolent, Clayton. Half-back-C.. Byrie, Smith, Giles., Centre-Ajani, Styles,' Stone.. HIalf-fo...

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PROCESSION PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

PlIOCESSION PRUOGRA31IME. Group i-BEST DECOR ATED TRADESM3EN's TURNOUT, 2 or 4 wheel, anv trade: 1st, £0 ; 2nd, £1 10/,-; 3rd, 15/-. Croup 2-IIEST MIOUNTEII) ('0MPE'TI TOR IN COS'I'UME. Ane no ob ject : 1st, £2 ; 2nd, £1 : 3rd. 10/-. Group 3-?MOST ORIGINAL TAll T,EAU, I)ARKKTOWh\ OR OTIHER VISE : 1st, £2 2/-: 2nd, £1 1/-; 3rd' value 10/6. .('Friemdly Socie ties excepted). Group" 4--BEST SUSTAT\ND OR FUNNI\EST CHARACTER, PRO" CESSION AND GROUNDS: 1st. £1 1/-; 2nd, vdlue 10/6. Group 5--BEST PLAIN TRADES 3EN(uS TWO-WHEEL CART, HORSE ANI) HARNESS. All In':st be the property of the exhi bitor. Open to all persons in business in State Electtorate of Brighton. "- No ribbons, flowers, paper, or other decorations' al lowed: 1st, £2/2/-; 2nd,; £1/1/-. Group 6--BEST' PLAIN FOUR-WHEEL S'TRADESMEN'SEHRICLE, HORSE AND HARNESS. Same .condi tions as Group B: 1st, £2/2/-; 2nd, £1/1/-. Group --BEST DECORATED BICY CLE 01R TRICYCLE, 16 years ana nn'der: 1st, £1; 2nd, value 10/-; 3rd, value 5/-. Group S...

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Severance PRELIMINARY MEETING AT SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

Severance PRELLIMINARY MEEIrTING AT. SSAND)RINGITA3. The Snndringhiam Progress League meets on.Mionday evenin.. wlhe.- the ,qustion of . .eieranee:: from Nt oo rabbin, to form a -separate munici pality, will be revived with .a view to testing the strength- of :local feel ine in the matter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

First and Poremost. - W.Robinson Butcher. New St. Briqhton'Phone_1245. Established1860 SITUATIONS VACANT. i .ENERAL, tSt. Stephen's Vicarag; .A North rd., Elsternwick. GIRL, to assist housework.'. 11i; Bent st.. Brighton : tel. 1706. AUNDRY YWOMAN, 14 davy weekly' -IJ Generals--]7/- Brighton, ;1/6ii Sandirngharn - others. Brjghton Re? gistrv, 66 Carpenter st., Brighton; tel -2236. Uý-AN, to wede onionsd. W. Fraser, - . Sprin gale. , 0rWO DAY OiuE, good garden hands n. Wallace, Bateombe id., Chelten VEHICLES, &c., FOR SALE. 1)UGGIES, Phaetons, Jinkers, Carts Lorries, Vehicles every description ,ew and secondhand, large asaortment always on hand. Telephone 343. hoempson Bros., Bay-st., N. Brighton. °'ARKET Gardeners' WA;GC()N ; 1L also covered Express Waggon, and one Light Waggon, all good or der, cheap. ,Young Bros., Springvale. ;rUSTIC 'CART, suitable milk cart, . good order. Home Sundays. l Howell. Barr st., M1oorlabin. DAND11NONG HORSE SALE; SATURDAY. .SE PTEMIBER? 19: : ....

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