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LINACRE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
LINACHE FARR. Last) Saturday the monthly medali for Mr. J. Steeale's trophy was played J. B. Egleston, with a good card, 78--10-48, being thbo winner, his near est rivals bling B. Masters, S2-13-69 and J. Steele. &t--15-4-9. In the foursome knockout Dipnall and Mont fort beat Handfield and Tricks. and Blannin and H. Matters beat Masters and G. Steele.
Golf. ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
Golf ELSTERNWICK. The associate nil nirs of the El sternwick club were favoured - ith perfect weather for their so~ithly mnedal on Thursday. Most golf cour ses are badly in need of rain. and Elsternwick is not the exception, and in consequence the dificulties of golf are not so apparent. It required a rattling gdad score to win the medal, and . the three lending scores would win most competitions anywhere. Mlise E.. Winmqole. with six up,. was the winner from Miss J. Persse, 5 up, second, and Mrs. S. Arnold. 4 up, third. Mr. (;. S. ('atamore presented trophies for men menmbers, andi this comletition was played on Saturday. The entry was an excellent one, and the scoring particularly close. Play inr conditions were not "quite pleasant, the strong northerly and hot sun be irt; quite iunseasonable. The course was in fine order, and reflects great credit on the greens committee and staff.. We have had less rain this winter than for some years, yet the Elstrnwicks course is quite as plea...
The Carnival. AIDS CHARITY. APPEAL NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
The Carnival. AIDS CHARITY. APPEAL NEXT WEDNESDAY. The 20th annual Brighton Charity Carnival will be held next Wednesday and the day has been proclaimed a public holiday in the tosn for the occasion. The demonstration has been based on the usual lines-a fancy dress procession in the morning, sports in the afternoon, concert and ball in the evening. Promoted orifrinally as , holiday on one day in the year for Brighton people, the poor and needy were re membered by those enjoying them selves, with the result that the plea sures of the day were added to by the greater pleasure of helping those absent through need or affliction, A sunm of nearly £100 was raised annu ally in this way-. A succession of years of prosperity brought up the question as to whether the charity aspect of the carnival might not be dropped in favour of the funds raised being diverted to some other purpose. The need of some such change was cal culated to be desirable to vitalise the carnival in order to retain its ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
Telephone J . WGORGEso' Motor, Carriage and Lorry Builder. TT. OTHING BETTER ON VAHEEL ?r ? r The Prize Lorry Builder-Melbourne Show a nc ' All Principal Shows. LORRIES a SPECIALTY(built o suit any purpose), DOUBLE & SINGLE LORRIES, FARIERS' MARKET GARDENER'S WAGGONS, FARMI DRAYS, TIP-DRAYS. OYJIKERS, TIIREEQARTPER SIAF SULKIES DOUBLE. SEATED BUGGIES, Or any class of Vehicles kept in Stock Send for Catalogue and Price List. Cash or Terms can be arranged. Private address: 203 Lenno Street, Riclmond 4 lnd S treet, E ast Garih dr e clborne. nu addlery. Saddlery. Saddlery. T. J. M AHA PtNE Y tI - .Lats l M,'wnr.) Prxl Saddler ea Established 35 years. All Classes of Work carefully and promptly done under my own snipervislos at Lowest Possible Prices. Repairs Neatly Executed. A Trial Solicited. Collars Chambered and Refitted. Horses Carefully Measured and Harness Accurately Fitted. A Large Stock of every descriptio- of Saddlery and Harness to choose7 (om Market Gardeners' Work Spe...
THE CARNIVAL MAN OF MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
THE CARNIVAL MAN OF? MYSTERY. The Carnival Man of Mystery dis appeared during the week. He has not joined the Expeditionary Force, but will return for the Carnival. It is required that he be recognised in his Carnival costume, and that he be accosted in the following manner : Excuse m, r ........................... (namin him). are you the Carnival Man of Mystery ? Do you wear a Temme shirt ? - A: copy of this issue of the 'Southern Cross" must be produced before the lMan of Mystery will reveal his iden tity.
THE MAIDEN RACE. ENTRIES CLOSE ON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
TlE iLtIDElN.RACE. . ENTlRIES CLOSE ON MONDAY, list? 30/-: nd;i, 15/ :: Entries :close at S p.m. on Monday Sept. 14; ?th r:: . N .': Oi ford. b'Southern Cross'.' Oflice, anid Mr. W. ".Clarke, ITobaccouist, Church street ?,-,M'iddle Brighton Open. to residents iii the :Stant Electorate of Brighton. Entries are Free. At the committee meeting on Thurs day evening the secretary reported that: he had received word that Miss S. Holmes would be unable to attend with her pupils during the afternoon, and had made arrangements with Misses Trenery anid Pearce, who would supply'" exhibitions of fancy dnec ine both- durinn the afternoon and evening.--The offer was kindly accept ed, and'a letter of thanks was or dered to be sent, The Brighton District Brass Band n?$ll play at Brighton BIeach to-mor row (Sunday) afternoon, when a col lection wvill'ie taken up in aid of the funds. Boys' and Girls' collection lioxes are now available at the secretary's resi dence, 3 Wilson street, Brighton. The priz...
McKINNON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
'lio: annual meetiin of the MIcIin non club was held at the residence of Mr. J. .3oorhead,'3lcKinnon. on Tues day. evening. The president (Mr. R. Sniith) was in the chair. The treas urer reported that the club had a credit balance of .1//l-. A welcome was accorded Mr. l). A. Fox, who at tended on behalf of the Caulield 3Iooraltb a Association. The election bf offifc-bearers resulted as follows.:- President, Mr. It. Smith; vice-presi dents, Messrs. ,Jas. Moorehead. Rev. C. II. Raymond, .F. If. Nicholl: II. Robinson, Y. Smith, It. D. Connor: secretary, t. D, Connor; treasurer, JMr. A. Hall : deleeates, Messrs. R. Moorehead 'and W. Lees; captain, Mr. E. Moorehead; vice-captain. Mr. G. Shorts.; committee, Captain, vice captain, secretary. and C. 3Moprehead and I1. Lees. The residents presented Mr. Geo. Stores with a gold medal for the best --.nting average. It was decided to enter a team in the B grade, Caultield-Moaorabbhin. Messrs. A. Hall, J. Moorehead. All. Hall and F. Agnew promise...
HIGHETT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
The :annual sinoetina of ' th ]Iighett club was held;-on August 31; Thero was a goodd attendance of members, for the o st Riding, Cr. T. C. Far rant'."' The bisl nco sheet showed. the club to be in a fair financial position The club decided to enter, two teams in the B.D.C. --lst and 2nd grades. Office-bearers :--President. Mr. R. Bevis; vice-presidents, Cr. T. G. Far rant, :ex-Cr. A.' E.' Small. Messrs. S. Cuddiýan, D. Hughes, F. T. Reynoldsb secretary,' J. A. Wood : treasurer. F. T. Reynolds; general committee, 'T. LePage, . A. George, V. Barnett, F. Cullen, and K. "E. Stephen : delerates, J.' A..Wood and V." Barnett. Members are reminded that a" working bee is to; take, place on the. round -on.Sat urday next.
May-Feves. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
rswhat are the causer, tu r\A rsntion and cure of hay-fever places are exempt from it? i What the latest opinions of the medical pro tession respecting this disease " 1 The most recent opinion is that it is a neurosis, or an affection of the nerves, a peculiar susceptibility of certain nerves, terminating in the mucous membrane, to irritation from the pollen of various plants. It is only about seventy years since it was first described under the name of summer catarrh. It prevails much more extensively in some countries than in others, being twice as common in Eng !and as elsewhere, and much less com muon at the South and in Canada than in our Northern States. It is a rare di ease west of the Mississippi. Its seat is the mucous membrane of the nostrils, eyes, pharynx, larynx and bronohial tubes. It sometimes assmnes an asthmatic form, and hence has been called hay-asthma. The susceptibility to it is often inherited. ( Although it is causcd by pollen, yet the inhabitants of rural dis...
Tennis. HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
STennis. JAMPTON. The singles handicap tournament was completed on Saturday, with the exception of B Section cent's, and some very close matches have result ed during the matches. Finals. Ladies' A Section.--Miss E. Cham hers. Ladies'- B Section.--Miss D. Curtis, owe 3-6, defeated C. H. Searby, one 15. in a. very .close and hard .match, taking 1i hours to play, by 9 games to 6., Gent's B Section.-J. W. Bird. owe 30 5-6, v. .A. E. Tayles, owe 30 5-6, not yet played:.
AN UNLUCKY NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
AN UNLTVOr UeI"ann.' Londlady-Let me see, your bill is thirteen dollars , "Butcher-Yes." "And this is the thirteenth of the month ?" "Yes." a "And this, I believe, is just thirteen times that you've been here to collect it?"' :"Yes." "Well, then, please come again. I'm a little superstitious about that nhimber thirteen, you know." A COO13ON E?PERIENOE. Gentleman-See here, it isn't half an hour since I gave you $1 to go into that fine restaurant and get a meal, and now you say you're starving. Tramp-Just so, pard; it ain't my fault. You see, I ain't used to dining at first class places, and I made a big mistake in my order. Lost the hull dollar an' only got three mouthfuls. ";Eh! What did you orderS" "Spring chicken.r'-Plhidtldlphia Rec ord. IJVING ON WATTS. Robinson--Smith, did you know that I once lived 150 days on water? Smith-Pahaw, I don't believe it. :Robinson-'Pon my word! Took an ocean cruise in a private yaicht.-?Bur. lingeto Free Pres. Wipe-Up-the-Ground (the PiuteChief) -T...
Process of Mummifying. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
Process of, ummifying. Some of our readers may be interest od to know a littlo about the process bi mummiffing. The method of embalm. ing is called the "Brunelli process." Tho circulatory system is cleansed by washing with cold water, till it issues quite clear from the body. This may occupy from two to five hoiurs. Alcohol is injccted, an as to abstract as muchl rator as possible. This occupies lbomlt ; quarter of all hour. Ether is then in. jActed to nbst,-act the fatty matter. This occupies fromn one to ten hours. A strong solution of tannin is then inject ed. This occupies for imbibition from one to ten hours. The body is then dried in a current of wanm air, passed over heated chloride of nalcium. T'i, may occupy from two to five hours. Tih body is tljen perfectiy preserved and re. sists decay. The Italians exhibit speci. mnons which are atuiard as stone, rculin the shape perfeootly, and nre equal to the best wax models. It will be observed in this process that those substances ...
CRICKETERS VOLUNTEER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
CRICKETERS VOLUNTEER &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; :'.1t the llrithit n C.C. annual nm,-t h, :M. ~Tcre ?. . I'. Puln and S. F. Ham- mond, both South African War veter- &nbsp; ans,ma moaced that? letter he sent to Messrs. Percy Thompson and J. )onu hoo cwho'had joined the Victorian Ex pedltionory Foro for tho war, con gratulating them on behalf of the club, and wishing them good luck anti a safe return.,- (A member:' And may they capture the,. Kniser.) The resolution was enthusiastically passed.
Cricket. THE BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
Cricket. THE BRIGHTON CLUB. &nbsp; &nbsp; The aniiunl meetingfof the Brighton cricket 'club,.on Tuesday evening, was one 'of 'the'best held in recent years. Abotit 30 players and supporters "were present,. and the president; (Cr. J; B. Grout) occupied the chair. EXTRACTS FROM i'ANNUM REPORT. Gentlemen, The committee --congratulate .the members upon the succcss of, tll utclli. both financially and in the field. : The first eleven, after beinig rellj .nnfortuinile in losing two or three matches during the early part of-the season, mainly due to the overlapping of winter sports, in whlich several mem bers were participating, finishled an ex cellent fourth. The batting was of ai very high order, and on one occasion, anginst Malvern. no fewer than 379 runs were scored in one afternoon's play, for the loss of 9 wickets. In this fine score "our champion" (Les Fer= guson) showed great dash in .cmpiling 151. In the match :against, P. el bourne. E. Cuddon in 8piled li6, and sh...
The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's thy God's and truth's. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
Let all the ends, thou aim'et at be thy country'., thy God's, and truth'.. SATUTII)AY, SEPTEMBER 12; 1911. District News _. ON. BRIGHTON. The death is' nmounced in WIrrt Aus tralia last) Tuesday of Mr. Harry Lawrence, second eldest son of Mr.' G. Lawrence, of Collins stregt, llrighthn. Death was due to bronchitis and pneumonia. ' Lady Helen Ferguson paid her first visit to Brighton on Tuesday, when she inspected the Home for Blind, at uinir street, Ilrirhtonll each, in cotm pany with Mr. Luttrill. Her Excel lency was received bhy Mr. O. R. Snow ball, M.L.A., and Mir. C. Monteith, chairman of the committee. Her Ex eallehcy vihited all tho room.s, con versed with the inmates, and expressed her delight at the conditions of the Home, and also at the fact that all the inmates were making something for the ted Cross equipment. Afternoon tea was served in the dining room, and. on behalf of the committee, Mr. Snow ball thanked Lady Ferguson for visit ing the Homts Miss McDougall pre sented ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914
MARRIAGES. FRASER--WARWICK.—On August 15, 1914, at the Congregational Church, Black Street, Brighton, by the Rev. W. J. L. Closs, B.A., William John Fraser, of Brighton, to Alice May Warwick, of Bay Street, Brighton.
LET THE BOYS SHOOT. Give Your Son a Gun When He Understands Handling It. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
LET TiE BOTS 811?.e lve Your Son a Gun When He Unsia, stands Handling It By all means let the'boys have their rifle and shotgun, furnish them a rea sonable amount of ammunition:and pay their license to shoot, if we ever come to that protective measure. How else can the boy learn to shoot? If I had my way every boy and every girl should learn to shoot, even though they never killed alone a single head of game. It is not the extinguishing of the vital principle of either bird or beast for which men go afield, and the game butcher should never be classed as a sportsman. The rifle and revolver are weapons, the use of which demands physical conditions never found in the indolent, effeminate or dissolute. They are weapons for men and womeon, not for dolls of either sex. If every boy and girl was early taught the use and the abuse of fire-arms the death rates from accidents caused by carelessness would be reduced to the minimum; the num ber of corner loafers,- cigarette-smoking round-shoul...
For Charity. BRIGHTON'S ANNUAL PAGEANT. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
For Charity. BRIGHTON'S ANNUAL PAGEANT. A PRONOUNCED SUCrSS. Brighton's gala day last Wednesday was everything that could be desired. For many years carnivals have been conducted for the purpose of raising funds for distribution amongst the various charitable institutions oper atinsin the district. When this year's movement was initiated there was a difference of opinion amongst the committee as to the wisdo.n in view of 'so many patriotic appeals, of con ducting the carnival on the usual lines, and it was resolved at a meet ing that the proceeds should be. de voted to the Lord Mayor's fund. Whilst those members were to becom mended for their patriotism, the, were inclined to loso sight of the fact that distress was hound to follow locally, as well as in other plcces, as a result of the national turmoil. This latter point appealed strongly to the majority of the committee, and de spite the assurances of the others that the effort would result in failure they decided to conduct the c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
EDUCATIONAL; ROSBETICON, GIRLS" GIRAMMAR SCHOOL and KI:. i DEIlGARTEN.. NORTHO - T ROADI , NORTI.1 BRItGHITON : minutes g:from-Gardenvale" Station. 10' minutes -froni Electric Tram. Large graunds ; excellent acconunoda tion Ifor Boardeis. 'Pupils Prepared for University, Primary;, Junior, and Seimor Eianunaitions; Also• for Uni?ersity '.Local Examina : tions in Music. .Principals . MISS 'TISDALL-AND MISS 'CONSTANCE .TISDALL, M.A. Class Singing and Physical Culture have always formed part of the cur iiculum. Dancing and. Splecial: Physical Cul-, ture Lessons are- open to Non qupils:. Three Terms for 1914 Beg -4 February 10th. "' :. June 2nd. September 15th. *Pupils may be Enrolled any, timne. pro ratas. 'NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIORA," SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH. SECONDARY. PRIMARY, SULB-PI IRIALY. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. The school is beautifully situated, - ith exceptional accommodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR and SENIOR PUBLIC Examinations; also f...
Big Land Sale CADBY ESTATE, ORMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
Big Land Sale CADBY ESTATE, ORMOND. Mosars. Coghill and IHaughton, in conjunction with -r. A. it. sytlwlu, report having held a very sucossful stle of the aoiue estate, wmach was sullbitted at' alction last. ~iturday. The total amount of the sale was £5,123. List of purchnsers and prices Paid per loot 179 Jota were submit -Lot 1-Mr. McIntyre, £4 Lot 6i--Sr. O:ates, .].i/6. Lot 4--3r. Moulde, £3/7/6.' Lot 5--MIr. Beadle, £3/7/6, Lot 6.--MIr. Thomson, £3//.-. Lot 7t-Mr. Montfort, £3/5/-. Lot 8--Mr.. Caldwell, £3/12/6. Lot 9--Mr. Swyer,. £3/15/-. L(,t-1t--31r ilcck, .t.l/15/ Lot l-M-r. Dalton, £4/10/-. Lot 12-M-r. Dalton, £5/5/-. D t2 Lt 13=Ir. Dark, .2. .Lot 14-M-r. Stephens,. £1,/17)6. Lot 15--Mr. Winbush, £1,/15/-. Lot 16-Mr. Cii.e avlwin, .1/10/-.. Lot 17--3r. Thomason, £1/10/-, Lot -18--3r. Siloock, £1/10/a&lt; Lot. 19-Mr. Lyons, £1/7/6. Lot 20--Mr. Lyons, £1/7/6. Lot 21-M3r. Lees, £1e7/6. Lot 22--Mr. Sydney, £1/9/1.. Lot 2:=-Mr. Montfort, £1/5/.'i Lot 24--Mr. Dalton, £/16...