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CAULFIELD. RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

il1iI1) CRI{SS FUNt). Miss helent Slane\ "- -- .--A0.10 0 Miss 1a, J. Riglt~tll OV --"-- -"- - - ;)0 0O 1'IFtetitwick Bo3vlil'tn (ltl.o --' 5 5'0 Ali; H ll}'iitoj --- -- -- -- - 2 5 (5 Mrs, 1.1 Ilott (on --- -- ·- 2 () t,.1, J Ilinldle - .- 220 Mvrs. ':illoso - -- -- '2 0 Mrs, 4M unity *--- --- -- *- 2- 2 (1 Ctr, itray - - -- a- 2 2, 0 A1t'. Wattsq -- - - -- - 1. 1 0 Nrs. Roarkl~l -· -- ·· -.· .I~ 1 0o A. Scot ..- ._ -- ---- 1 '1 0 A..I i't.rlstttoO --.._- -. - 1 1 0 Al s, ,-- (d- j"- 1 .1. 0 Mirs', C(arditter - - - I 1 0 Mrs,:;, (;ilydinor I-·-- -- ·- - 1 0 Mirs, l'tootpt on - - - - 0 10 6 Mrs', W~. E. Wears -.. )10 )ii Mt's. Niettolson -- -- *. -- 0 10 0 Sunotries per (:,. ii orpity --" '2 12. u 'Tlot . -- - £15 12 6) In addlition to the bhn' it lnitoltet of )trottiiee of drttottttiotts twhavn Icn ieeejveil, A n lttco&ttt1 lilts hoIrn opened inl the latle S3avitt~p; hank. 't'he nuevtl -it tt'tttd (tat eld Btranch of the Ied (Nro;; Society' net at the Coittllmtit e(e to 4(1...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

JTJ c'tlie iaw Mo'ill itod Timber Yard I'vervthinr tit MeIb'wrne Priem. Macpherson and IAWrie ,º i1d.1® Rihton. Teleph.n4 olert 6 t8 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, S. Winter I Clearing Sale r ?Now On. All Lines Reduced. 125-127 Gltii li6iN] ROad, 6BitiWIIicK. 'Ilion--- Brighton 1747. The I.XOL. Drapers. (Roglstorod). 129 Ohsurch Street, Middle Brighton. SSPRING SHOW LATEST NOVELTIES IN SPRINGQ EILLINERY and UNDlEROLOTHING Wednesday, 26th August and Following Dayo. Ladies aind Children's Dressmaking a Specialty. NOTE ADDRESS: IX.L. (Regd.) or OHUROH & MALE 8T8., MIDDLE BRIGHTON. One minuto from Station. 'PHONE 8324. s^^^ Percy Bingeman (27 Years with Gaunt's) Ophthalmic Optician, LONDON HOUSE, 97 BEzabeth St. (Noxt Equitablo Building). UPSTAIRS (TAKE LIFT), 2ind FLOOR. t^ "/ V^/^ T,* ' ZV^V« 7*^^ ,'?.^ ,'X' V ^.' ^ " , ,'f ' vl^ , .'? ,-' , ,->,v -. .. -.. . . rfHE NATIONAL BANK. OF AUS '1 TRALASIA LIMIhTEI). A BRANCH IS NOW OPEN for the Transaction of all Banking ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

-+ý IWý Ni enN N"' O.%. VI~~ LN 1ýN r J~to IdT (3 L2TY LIrý Arr' '****4*4*@***@*4te*4*** n hw 4st us 'Wi U6f ]- ar. .ti aripJ steawb j 1ovadr dVe rer9 , , Painter, SPECIAL STOCK Paperhanger, REASONAB LE PRICES. OF General Renovator, WALLPAPER. Wo._.,DONE WORK DONE House .ruI... VA?'n ' Decorator, IN ALWAYS ON HAND, and ALL SUBURBS,. Repairer. Hawthorn Roado Briht$on Gardonors I WATl1iRTIGil.i'S and BILUCIIERS. The Beet in Quality uoenus the Boat Wear and the most ComFort, The Bost is Always the Cheapest. 00T D o.T AT TH SM BOOT PLACE.-- io S- -i "-? . -.- . . C : ,,"^ý ; ,'T .±: .. ....... ::_-, • l. ." f ,' ,::ýt' ý .`ý .. - _T - yp". ýF * t -? " ' .'- .. .. 7" n.'"'" .... . " .. .. Y. *'?"'" " .. .. "" w ..1.,U" ,:-- " .. . CHARPMAN , OHEk'L" ENHAAM Telephone 10, Choltonham, KEEPS TI1E BEST--GIVE ]IiM A rTRY. To the General Plublio of Cheltenham and l)istrict.-Two things worth letemomuering--J, T, MA'.rTI'[I,?WS 1.-Has an up-to-date Stock at your doors. 2,--Skilful and Tradeamasnl...

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The War BRIGHTON. THE RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

The ar BLWU1HTON. 'f'ilE IIBI) (CROSS "UNI). IC(f .(I -St Cnig I I ) MrIs . 11., A. Nicholslon I I ) Mr. Iit~nel I O Mltijot' Milia (tlcuhl *-o- 2, 2 4) A - n -o _. I 4) (O C27 11 6i I)0N1'[I0NU '14 ti O(1N( FIllI' IN .\1I) I., 1.. I -irnjni -1 -4) - co 3 1 lei ('r ufs ronii rt I'hed in 4l1w 'I'owui huhl ~i, bt'.~I'i.it lust, illS) uvi~iili Iic 1;11ii( to receive ietiiittc~' 41iI51 (Ii 4llwtS oituIN iic'xt~ wv~ 'I'ii' ivt F-wi of the coilcurt. is) etiiiilvil at. '£25, I 1~,'~111. ( 1.lr'(l\ii ! J1 eiioa ih i S J fu I. t I\1: )( ihl(I (1 in hf lM $IvII1 \.ilf llowed hoIt itlt',N", III t \ill of thes Ilctl \.l(l ('r t;,; Fun 'Ills loair 1w lait byih lit,: huh oiis} Wii No111(10tj lt t 1I~ lieult o ItItI t N ( refrence the ritilt Iut(rtill I'th Btigitentcl l t l (imis;> Son iet\ In tilit' It, iu te 'It i tll 11 u 1 (I ý(letip i'h r ill ta le.- (I titi . T t o rit llut /'i Jiiif'itl it ' l n l ii )iiiuittI, Lull(] it iS ('itlil, rr, i(' f(j tutu ttthi he l, iii inlet' lu'I'll ;;'rd f...

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District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

District News I3IIUGHTON. Thu endnticm lr 0118 (f the iiri.2hto Council to 0v h t h iIveius of (Ithe Wit so$i street i rotaiiu hn~O llC rO~ll ni) 'ccc;slug. 11 ouc uulntihe nigo the cou~ncil jetol~ivitd a commiluni' cation from tho Ihail Woys I hi 'inmciil thit in (1onn0'tjoll \Vi'ii tIll) uleltrili Cation of the 8uh11h(IIi *ll l" 1 lllye hcy pro1108(1º to 111 id itie m Inii illm um:111 1 lllee 1111( ni' ll the I mills \1111 woulid 1110021te1 thii Ilisilig 0! tIll W\ilson stree~t s(1'I( Cllroc Idi i;lCI (s. " liv( ('QilIL0 suggesItedCtI Il hIt if tilt) IllO I\ way \ 0(1(1 I'o olvin ted, hout I Wine they w~ould coint'iioilp tow'lydrd; the extra (01ost-- C':l5i--oil'er(('1 .C-10)0.Th (lolilparilt ment 11 ilrllV Ii filed downl 1.1101 prt~oposal11 of 1111 01n111, 11(1ll duirin thi Ic 11ee 1 1(10( 11 ('1 illnicncicmolit 'Vith the worki of railsin-, tile hlid-r. 'I'11 thle (Iidtlle 111,ightc n ettatioll is also bei 1id.Itiue in, ii. 1(it Ii t haing1 bum)1 p1ut 1downl to 111lit1ti1 thile c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

THREE MEDICAL WINTERI REMEDIES. ,Foster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAr REMEDY. It ;does not merely relieve a 0ough, but it gives immediate relief, and removes the cause. S, FOR LOSS OF VOICE, I-HOARSENES,, SC ',CHIEST' AI"FEOTIONS, &c. FOSTER'S ---C en son Qgr 04i With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda. Pure & Palatabile FOR PULMONARY AFFI'ECEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITV and WASTING, 1s. Gd. Foster's ecor Em baroeation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. n-cases of Deep-seated Cests Colds it is applied with advantago, is Foster's Pharmacy Church Street, IMiddle Brighton Telephone 1125 Brighton. No Tanks to Rust, Leak or Burn Out,will last a L ifetimre. thu'eh Sh'oet, Middlo lirighton, Mlurch .nd, 1It14 To Thogwan Ihoubator eo. (Mr. 0. KInner) Dear Sir,-l'? willh nuci:h piasuure that 1 , wri}te yo1u withL referenco to thi Swan Inoubator. I had four of 1hw, working right throughlast n'anon. I alio had two other machines working, hoth good makes,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

hiit l~icirorruiarn. P1~AN'C1S WA LTER 1t II{)W1CJ,. -- in font! tn ovi iie rrw!IInlIhI'anco K~f 0111' fathlcr', wvho departed Il ii i iti Oil 191 Ii Sept eioit',Ir l9S, Not tproo fiom iieiilo'ry, nol, Zone fromi hive, . ButtiI Lroiie to 0u11' I nI ii'i t Ihii nte0 1iove. IteHI, in the I il~'tPPi', Htweetlv rYst, 'They mijus youl most who lovedl yeiu lwrtit. --Iiserter! Iv bINH Iovinir uz wifa ,ntl chlit, hren.

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AN INTERESTING DAY NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

AN INTERESTING DAY NURSERY. Mine. Carnot, the wife of tle President of the French Republic, flequently visits a day nursery for poor children in the Rue Bacon loaded with toys and fresh fruits. The story of the establishment of this charitable institution is full of interest and pathos. Many years ago :n onidly child, a daughter, was borti to a noble but poow couple, the Count and Countess of Iau renceau. The girl was beautiful and at. tractive, and became the pet of a large circle of uncles, aunts, and cou.ins, who all fell into the habit of giving her birth. day gifts of money, which was laid away to bear interest until she should be grown and require a dowry. The young girl died while still a child, and her mother took the money and with it founded this asylum for the homeless babies of Paris in memoiy o' her lost darling. Other mothers, left (childless, have given aid to this charity with the money which they intended to give for memorial windows and costly gravestones. The Litt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

irst and Frenost W. Robinson, Bther. Ne St. Bqhton ' Phone 124 Es tablShed I '~ . Y.:_ -~pl -DI-fpC lsomnUsl^ Iho~e^^ H^NkihSm^ I1^''.'-MJVLP~~1~·~~IO83P Lf Just opening, New Spring Goods of latest and : AL??y. SALMON, Bay St.; Tel. 147 LOST AND FOUND, LOST', Ametbhyt BRiACE;lET, be twoon Springvalo 'and 1)ingloy. towardl. Mrs, Parkrr, Post 01fice, Springvale. OS1' in Brighton, Wednesday, I EDI)I)IN(G lING, F'indei pleaint rt'turn '; \MasIon, St. Andrl'w t. BICYCLES, &c., FOR SALE. (1 CENT'"'S lil:, stºsod order, low A' frame, cheap, 11.S.A. Bottom loy, C'ontro rl., lIcntlei?h. AMUSEMENTS, 1)ANCE Will he hold in the PUBLICflALL, BEN'PLEIGII, WEI)NESl)AY, S'E'.Iv'MllBER 23, From 8 a.lm. till 2 p.m. Prizes for Most Original lancy Dross (Ladies sand (ents). 'tickets Gent's 2/6, Ladies 1/6, Onlookers 1/-,. O'Brien's Iand. Refreshmouts. S. Clem'ents, M.C. C, S. JI1I)1), Ilon. Sc. S1lIG lFON .A.-EuAchire Pa1?ty ,5and IlDaneo, Caledonian 1ll, 'Thursdayn , 'October Isut. Prizoe. Adn...

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A SENTIMENTAL LION. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

A SENTIMENTAL LION. A writer in " Little Folks" gives the aollowing " for what it is worth.' Patrick Gordon, of Ruthven, in a book ivritten about 1652, tells an extraordi ilary story to show what symplathy thee is between the lion, the king of beasts, and human monarchs. Shortly after the e'xecution of Charles I, a party of seven ,or eight gentlemen went to the Tower ol London to see the lions, One.of the lions, called " Old IHarry," because Ihenry VIII. 'hadt brought it there, :snorted and roared in a terrible lIshion :all the time the visitors were in front ol its cage. The keeper said that it had never behaved so before, althongh it 'was seen daily by many peol)ie, and the suggested that one of the number ihad done it an injury. They all de. dclared that they had not been near the ,place for more than a year, but as the lion remained as firious as ever, the keeper hit on the device of bringing in the gentlemen one by one to learn whether the animal felt spite at any !particular v...

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AUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

M~r, Farirlamt annouiicct l thlu follolvnjn? sal", 'us(IlA CC'?ul furnitrD Iv rioad l,Mjo in, nditi Wi'(IliS(Ity, 23IIrd., furniture, illilIlouiiu Mor to \ Wl t daa' 1It it far o~i(f 3:10 be offered lhA' Coghill and Ianisu1ton, under instructio.uy from Mv. 'At. C4o* raimutd. lixetl it 11 .:31i 1 a 1m. t-day Da de 1101 SLtiie Ytids by A. ;;co i & Co. t.t. Andrew's\,·' ('hutc'h'1 of 1" tiglaudI 1 Rev. li (i.Cold~ miti, M.A., hap' hill '-hhi's Missioi i v ' A Laiv., ''ll, 'Schii.L ICliel Rotck I oni''rgat~ioual."---I andiit 31t. I. R, ýS(Lodrctt. (iitudent), All '-,ol ,', Hajidriojrbajmi,--3 a~nn., II ( ' I: 11, Rev. I.I. I". Cosa, ' Ii. Nehol.; . \orwood, Ti.l1. ;7, Mr, C, P. L'tna em ; 7, I1,,'., I i. F. ( sS, 'lii. K'liol. 'Thie fetd \-ii ofi' I tlw ole a len br ilortetI from (;froti Inmn' ill 1912 was C125,55:2. 'lIke ouitbreak of war iaeaot tliii at a1l imprintotio of (Iferlunn goods iificl Is . '(')l. Conitseqont ly the Supply of ( euH'Itiom Ilgur litel Neill he very libi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

L TM AT NFRVOUS DE;ILITY, by b.ra(n thg DYSP, SIA hv toning the stomnh.' h yt,. the k nev e. Ifor Free Advice LL Testimonials. You need suffer no longer, VITADATIO Is a Tonle, Blood Builder, and Nerve ostororl It Cures t NFR\OUS DndLI..T\', by bracing hlae IYSPFI'SIA by tonin the fl tomorh. member, inferioOUr,, oddy fMAISootwear , SCIAr ICA, NEUR\SIIprFNIAc by cleetir out y e olvings Boots and xpSholies is guaranteed for its xrios ve uric comfort and soid. wear C orthN, byand is solutely the best value a SONE, y ure in LIVFRiSI1NV.SS, by rooeing the SKIN AILMENTS, by purifying the lUMORS rl GIndCOW "I I IS, by dlcetroy. DEPRESSION, by invirotiatiag the inflg the "t: 0s. sysyotemt. If you Chreside at any distance from a Leeming Storese,, Writ fond very pagre Adbricmful wand Tetionialue offers. LI 43 FLINDES 'AN. ý9 SWANTON STRl, 1, MELBOURNE, VIC. , 10. WURK, 0T0E.T, M0L0,IOUN '.3 ERW)ý S L'URIE'I', NORTH MELBOURNE, 213 CIIAPBIj. STREET, PIRAHRAN, Phone (all SThops) Central 1799. Thi...

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Big Land Sale CADBY ESTATE, ORMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

-e*(i.- GCADI Y ESTATE, ORMO1DN ltesars, Coghill and Ilaughton, in colnjulnction with Mr, A. It, A1ylvin, roport having held ia very sucoueful stile of the atho\Ve esllate, which was submnitted at 0ucttion last Saturday. Tho total amount of the salo was C5,12.3. IList of( Iprc'h?sors and prices laid per f(ot (7T) lots w\ee submnlit ted);- Lot 1--Mr. McIntyre, £14 Lot b---Mr. 1lahe,, JA;/l/6. Lot li--Mr. Mould, £3/7/6. Lot 5-Mr. Beadle,. £3/7/6, Lot 6.--lr. T'holison, £3/5/-, Lot 7--Mr. Montfort, £3/5/-, Lot 8--Mr. Caldwell, £3/12/6. I.ot 9--Mr. Swycr, £3/15/-. Lt 10--liMr Silcok, :3/15/-, Lot ll1-Mr. 1)alton, £4/10//, Lot 12-Mr. D)alton, £5/5/-. Lot 13--Mr. Dark, £2, Lot 1l---Mr. Stoephons, £1/17º'6. Lot 15-Mr. Winlyush, £1/1,5/-. lot 16--1Mr. ('live Aylwin, tl/10/-. Lot 17.--Mr. Thomlason, £1/10/-, L.ot 18--Mr. Silcock, £1/10/-. Lot 19--Mr. Lyons, £1/7/6, Lot 20-M-r, Lyons, £1/7/6, Lot 21--Mr. Lees, £1/7/6. Lot 22--1r, Sydnoy. £1/9/-. Lot 2:3--Mr, lontfort, £1/5/-. Lot 24-Mr. D)alt...

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Napolen I. and the Jews. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

nfpolon 1. , l tie Jlews. To the Olp 'ssed people of Israel, uow at length declared equal before the law with their follow-countrymen, Na. poleon appeared like the long-expected feosiah, whose advent all but a ration. alizing few wore still taught to look for. Patriotism, if we mean thereby devotion to the institutions of the holy liom Rn enopiro,was hardly to be supposed in mou whom its laws dononiiced after the tyrannous fashion of the im perial jurists, NTon lieet csso -t. Thero had never booeen a time in the re meombranceo of the German Jews when they wore not liable to be plundered and persecuted. The isoerable record of sulfering reaches down to the days of Lessing. And Nathan the Wise might have alluded to things peorpe trated in the eighteenth contury as demonstration plain of the splilt in which so-called Ohristians still regarded tho ohildren of Israel, and of the calumnies repeated against them ago after ago by ignorance and projudice. They were not only excommunicated, b...

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VEGETABLES FOR THE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

V1'I?(ýi{'rBI2,il; flt 1111IE CAMP. I'l I, ',vl oil W dll{'Ilil.I''1 )I"{' l'I Il l() :I\ c Ir1clh load of ll l ,I f lhl l, to tliill' tl'ooil:: nlIi'iit11 1 H! III : , 1 iit'iiiwI at{ in

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HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

'The eoplc0) of lamnpton have .ruo p)onIldd very l1berally to tho 10many calls 1made on the11o ill conlectionl with thelat rjiotic movemeont now in vognuo. Manty ladios: oi tluhi distric h'ave banl hard ait Work for tho last imonth mlakinl various faI.I0'll t5ti, aild thl!o Iprore) s thoyv havo mtade is won (dorful. Boxes u11p0n bo;xes of these ttscIftll articles ]h'av beenu forward:ed to tho centrol depot, and atill mnort is oil hand realy to ho dispatched,. The 11i011to11 ;;tat ?i School (Jonounittea anid its 1catluldts,: tel, Mcl. 1obinson, havo beon partic ulahrly autivo since tile incopt lio of 111th) p1relst, trouble, alnd lo)st no 1time, iin -lttinog to bus;i nucs. 'T'hey havo held at nu? bulir of patrio ico concert in lthe district, which have a1 l b1)een succes)fu)l. A pie toi lnight t was hold, and thoe total proceed(l were handed over to the school committeeo. '.'ho amO)IIou)lt eti lisctd 0 Las £9./17/i, 'l'ho) entorta~ini1nnt V kin ? idly 1 ,ivn by the liaml)tOn 1)icturi...

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Brighton's Band. ENTERTAINMENTS AT DRILL ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

Brigblol's and. ENT'ERTAINMENTS AT DRILL ROOM. In the Drill hull this evening the weekly h igh-Jlins s vocal and picture Vnii,('t in aid of the Blrighton 1)is" trict a?iir11 Blal ul will take place. A.,m,_nlst the pieit'reN to be showl~n ne. I'it,.iuh's HRide, 2,01) feat in length, wlhih i 1111) exil inlg tory' by the Lu hi l '. ; lfi w the Earth was Car pted ; Mrxicdn's (;ratitulde, a picture thalt evleryollne aiihaire,;; Snapslhotter'H lievenlte, (tirl at the Lunch (lounter, I 'owers of the Air, &e., t e. In the othi r part;l of the ol'ogramnlle Frank 1nnd Violet Melvin,h fun and( frolic ar tiet , will introduhce patter, rsilnilng , doeing and huma nny, whilst Branet, thl, wr il's ,treatevIt comedy equilib ri?it will apjl?ar in many wonlerful anal hinneroullllll(l acts, besides which chore will Ie full orehutral ,hselectioi:" under the halon of .Mr. II. l!. (Glenn. .Almiision to the front seats may be ,liiniiiid on payment of the nimble iillinue, whilnt' half that price ta...

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A FAREWELL TO OUR SOLDIER BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

A FAPREWELL O '() OUlR SOLDIER BOYS, You areo loalvinr your hom10111 and lov. ed ones Tlo fi~ht, in thiu battle for rihht: We hope you'll )o truo to vour counJ try, (Come back to 'u iafe from th0 fight. Your, foes will ho strong, bravo and Illly, 'IThlie path will 1)e rough, that you trlead ; Ihit fear niot, tru, (od and take co0 ll'ao, And follow wheraever you're lCd. ()Oh, heed not the scoffer or coward, '1The1 uNless, theo traitor, the vaina lIo liu' and stand fast byv your corn And may you the victory gain, Rom(Iembcer, lwhen hard pressedl and weakaend, Andl teollped to viel lo despair, lemicmbcr thalt we aro bohind you W,th our Symplathy, love and prayor W\3 will think of you while you are JIn our pl'?rvcle reollenlc, b' volur nauo; Then 10 o and winU hOflonlo and glory, And coflo back to u11 covered with faime, (. Heather, Brighton. thelu ki~i inc In iu Au1strian culiair 'l' I( Bll -iol hle thoilrht. wVi1i1isleCel, ''OW'S 1the' tinei' to titck!1' thi Bear, 1"ur gi\"ing..5(1 Mi...

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MY LAST LODGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

MY LAST LODGERS. I live in a small chalet near the Lac du Bourget, about a mile from the baths of Aix, in Savoy, My husband died there, as you know, and all Englishwoman as I am, I have never sought to tear up roots which had already struck deep into this foreign soil, In fact, I have been stationary here ever since you saw me last ; the only change in my life arising from the fact that during the summer months I take in boarders, The Swiss doctor and his wife, fiom whom we bought this chalet, used tohaveboarders insane ones, so we were told, Mine, un. like their guests, were all sane; quite sane--or at least were all supposed to be so, And yet how odd some of thein ,ere I and how often have I experi enced a sense of relief wheh the last of these my swallows took flight I Then in the brief autumnal days, when the last clusters had been picked from our vines, among the golden poplars and the wild :ufts of the Travellers' Joy, my little house was tenanted by no one but my. self, and g...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

T CI fiELL ARMAD)ALE, 1)D., Brick, noarly now, 6 rooms, tilo roof, 4 minutes' cita tion, 40 x 110 ; £7,10. Ilitchell and Taylor. CAILFIEILI), )splendid l).F., I. Villa, 6 rooms, Kooyon)g road, stables, &o.: £500; absoluto gift. Mitchell and Taylor, 304 Chapel stroot. T0OO1?A, D.. W.13., 6 rooms, 45 x 115, r,o,w,, perfect order; £600. Mitchell and Taylor, 39.1 Chapel at. IHAWKSBUIIN, somethinzg special, Brick Villa, modern desiign, tile roof 6 really nice roomsa ; .5/-; £700. Mitchell- and Taylor, 39.1 Chapel et. IELS'IRNWICK, , chlloap proposition, D.F. 13., 6 rooms, bonutiful order, nico grounds; only £675. Mitcholl and Tayl,or, 894 (Chapol 'troot, TOORAKI, Brick Cottageo, 4 roomu and conveniences, 19 x 87 ; lot 14/-; £400 Mitcholl and Taylor. EAST 1'RAIIltAN, aomi-dotached front, 5 room1 , convOnionces, 85 x 150; would lot 17/6; £415, Alitoholl and Taylor, 301 Chapol stroot. IlBALACLAVA, oxquiiito little homo, 4 rooms, convonioncon, 5 minute? i ltan tion ; £410, £40 d(lpos...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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