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HOLY TRINITY, BALACLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
'l'riiijty (rickot. ( lh \\1(Na heill ill tlhi uinioiiihoi' utttloil, (il o((4) 11 Noi'ue l\'ii nter Aln o1hOitai ili).(.AItg oa nt'le r, lu t graded, ujnd liter iillht, Io 1iiit jut41(tll) 1(1(1 a tho t lireshtl r . i IIN( 'I'htr slhi e 1 f i lt i'ji li ic'r in (to i00ac It", t o 11v Illnl C o Cu ýh'on nl nnil entr lltl ·I I.r)r nl' ; , I t wasr 1ielionii ts'0)1(11 l)tio i ))4i(4 lofote in (i t111t, firs (I r e t ll(]i t hoi ILdl l not, il at a~~ \ioil : Ia o 111) ieiiii od as11 fo)llows: i'osoui MrV , 1vll , F (e.l\hie i» #toe t h(( tl,111.nto the 11(ri( a ieu'eallt, it i(4 ii Tld to ho . 1)11 o\iuh deh' tol (3(r. 0 iilo 1, Ik l ,'no' eni lect Ilon uf a (elie s (ritce A.o~del 110W F.he ( liujilY iiioo ;for 11 0n,1)11. ot. tl;. 'ouliold (x; il -eininar 1,11ii. J. Barne t jolliiin o'ii at'i 0)1( jii~tenil 1om binnois il(! 4,l il'sI e to he itrtlsth gli'ilil C. AI (1Ot~llrl' (ini ni t .1m
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
(211EL'I'ENIIAMt. 'tlhe ('he] tenham (latb on~e their 8eu$uon this afteurnoon at hanf-pa4.. Ltwo o'lock, All founmality wvill he (iWJ'lIHed wvi th, but the 'lulu lave is snUdi ilnvit ations to re1Woe40ntatives fro), other (luLºi) n the dist rict jup tt 1111(1 not take, part in a rink tourney. 't'he g reen tt io lokolni,' well, atttl trite (lull alr, ('ottideIut (If having a Nhbo, eSSfud1 icaiotl in the piennant comnpe titioni,
Bowls. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
IWIS. Tho Brighton Howling noason will open sensationflly, and pennant play o0r1 are l)Cin?g faced with a niot of oir stances that promisnc to be dimantroun inlesnl moinlern koop their heads. (lhannolu were nmado in the A team 'last week which caused a commotion for a tlml, nnd on the top of them it is now reported that a prominent ckip has resigned, and hin second man oliminated his namno from tha lint of playorn, Following clono upon this, it' has beon rumnourel that one of the rinks will rensigon as ,body, Thono internal troublej might ,1) pl)ftched A\p when the time conoes for the howlH to be grassed, hut it in also uindorstood that theo Icouta of cortain notorious olubs for touting for playera'taro eti doeavouring to lhonlolit by, and at the fanmo time widen the blroaclh in tlheo Brighton ranks,. A, good imnny play oer will be glatd when the seafSon opens, and puts an end to bickeoring. T'.l: club made' good progrer a last scnnon and it is to be regrotted that ai mnall change l...
SOCCER. JUNIOR CUP FINAL. SANDRINGHAM WIN THE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
A.NI)IGIIA,! \I?N TJI, CI e, tl? 1III(il foe thill ul , dl1 n11) thIll s iidli-iil fot' the 111"11,', li ,tated In::t w\eek, so they plahced the fMlow ibu.? el,\ven neaintil~ I,'btservy Thiqthe:: --- IBinghamllll 11, Con, Hounders~l'i , 1-e l\.zi ,, 5h'erer, A miirewi , M U -ger, •\. Alhlt , \t . ('nIl (O ' tl),), 1,. i Alhll , ()Ove'r'i'tt . Ito ,re, M " I) 'ni. (.u' n \w. ti the loss, aLnd decklded L 'i plhy ogaiit the winl. The 1 m 1111111 ,il, on Whil h'ft, 'ali'd l he hi lt her to '11111, A.'hin1u 11 W n Iu1r, well, hut, tli6i mo:,,. wast defet'e,(.d. Tlh?, Tlhitlh,: ",,'&lt;rn Mt 111,. iul i' n (til mihl ",Ii Oii the hall, It \\'at io' eas.y matt.(e to LO,?la\'v f h?.m iA, wL s hl ii i '.', .\i h cll Iii 'il l to ( 1 fi t h Ihl ll ll . I iI 1\io l litti'i r In tornlee I?ick pro e t l\' l uillO.es , MA llIei' " h(111111 r i tl 'l \ k b:1111, the li t(li 1r', I'or lwn Il l, ii lil ' e- ie a s1 wi t lh t, twhihi i l iiiii Il edi aI'h wans[ rai 'in ' i ni i ste-l eihl ithO...
ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
it 100110 hunowtn ILo ill 1WIu)lbtr and htotnil ih t uetnI,e that prnc't-iv wick nli liI) 110W' 1'ark, 111o1(,an it i9 to he hlolEj)( there otil 10 it good Lttttli - IaIditionl to the two turf eltWehIt in the !llhl)-Iistrilt, the o(X(0lItivI have eneat ei. at matting teamn in the, Brigh annual Iuwof in of Ili c-el will lot hel o te ?tthinut
Cricket. B.D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
Ihe 1 ).('.1A, ( X legoltes mot il the Briigh ton I 'own 111 1 ta l nnle\o (n Thin h1 dn\· .o r~le'lci ne entriejs froni clublil First, (11ade.--1';lindal , lighett·, Suidrinll imnin, ('heilteiiin, ~anptOn, (Ill', I 11 l teti wk 1ethodist, PL ('., idihi n, 11w]i olinlolia, Mu11' Sticot, M'tli odist, Eisntt'nwi1 Bapt uists, Ilregnt TIuk, iil 4ligrtt, St. Miao' ''l, lteietloigi .Methods4t 8. W1'Il'e --I~u'j t 0.1'llli(', F. 'Johii4Okl, J1. A Wood ;i 14(11l i~rd lili, W . foar, (1, i'riitehnid ;tid 11111 ni'lh, L. Draper, W. a11(Q14 (lf (I ii tuthiP fort her no t lion Mondt iit1of dlailtIllilt'i'4 houndil the i'l~l4Yl01t'4l~lily~ 110 141 th 111'; itiihvthe 'a5 'in October, 1,T (itv 4114h~ tl'l'441,44istrtios ul1lV(Itushe ,;h(ilt,1 (he forwalheil' ile eo01t' toft Ipfoll s gilniy hI(!'kelt f ith blithOe , ooetntioll It w s reoltcl t lu ly t th Ilriehtat Cuncl fo th eonrol of
BAINES SAUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
11:\1N1:, ;°1.;N)11 D;Ri Atthe Meto uulit,t ('htttdh, 'Iivlt6ii roand, lkci tlhigh, on 1'o'liwtoliny, 12th Alt);list, 1 (ltiet, huit pretty wedding tiro hoing 'i;1;Ainestlu of Police roa~d, 1)111d1'1ol1g, third i!:(oII of th10 ~M lhoiiioe, aiid )1 ist; (1)0 u n iahldlt, youiInIgest dhulghter of Mr. unod An. .1, Saun1ders, of l411ien tleh, for iiniiy 3'iIVyH it rc3iidhl( of ('layton, 'TIho Church Wvi)) 1(0(111tifl hly dehC~t('OIi for til oCelM(Oll iion Iblyte gill fr'iclnhe of the bride. 'lie lfev, Alir. V t eforl Per forle l tIlltu icrenlolly. Nh L. Cl toi h)IL' 'i(lI'(l i at the ig 1lii. Tl'h. bride, wvho wlal gie ( 'l :l(\V by 11her1 fiher, LrJIe do (11 (0loe, tillhe hodloo Io)(iigr; (if sil altdolwh Pa' co u 10nlrohid~h dWit h Ileulle tihe shkirt Ibeilg drpedi'ied oI ttCho hitl tho trainWth ..'O of broelidhed cr4110 h! chitiit, mod with \t CW(1410(OiI tu(1 or olwajs of 1net, 1(11(1 \VIIN hy znidw ici'h(0 in11 poit (l1c t.vt firitind of the n110ict , 11111 it w Iilt; (rc'ctill:l l...
Local Weddings DOWIE—BESWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
DO)W II. III. WICK, A pretty o eddh'r lent; celebrated at tlio Mehoistl3(31 (lurebt, Mlpriog~vtal, 033 1l±d3'Sx(lsdy. 19~th Aotreut , by the: 1ev J. 'i'rolluo, of I)noldenonog, thio con tract i33y p313ti h heintr Mr,1V' . 11 J)owik, of OIidc it h, oonly E;3n of Mnri. 013(1 M3$r4. ,1. Jhowie, of Cluone, null lsuthccr Anooh Ihswiceit, t;reo(y'd ecbt uhgll teVr of Mrlu, E. ; iiX psou '3 I 1the late Mrfl. Emanuenlll Ikcosuic~k. .e hrelk 'c a u p31Jtre 1ti~ly III3o3'0td for ~1 t 131 OeuontOu. Miro - Flourio Mar3 i lire~ideCi at tlhe ')3'rO3, 3133( a the bridel ('331.333; 11t(h1e1 13113( Tbile Voieq tlhait elli thldli 1( 1(3r 1lXde3 IvS sl333g, alto( thelee W3lIilg Mah 333t13 1'3a3. d as3 11e 1)3(1333 Iflfltv left th0 churchi. The3 bride, who 033$ gil eli awayV l), loolie(1 pIletty ill 0t (133141 of ~133ite silkI figured0( t'oie , o 1 wIorc th(e u333331 113(33 t Ii 331 'Ili, al33' 1 re it 3.31 u ( 1 ti3 fhit 1)333 lil of 1(01 rea 33l )halite 13 n1(333 whlilte hi3(l33 rtjis, whlit to (134(...
Football FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. A KEENLY CONTESTED FINAL GAME. MOORABBIN PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
A i~'~N2'f)I1S FhI) NAL~ MOOfitIAIIN PHEMlIEh$t. 'Ihle final g);tne~ of the bi8Iwnl Comn peitio \"( llte n.S turd y tI Ghentl l1lolI ill lite p l'veL'i'o 1t Ii 4Ž0011 ilig feams we'tre ('aeitielil tinll Mthoroh liii, andi~ the rampŽ reslltedl after tan 1lnt4''er-tiil;' li:jl~lay, ill fa\ouron'(f the latte fb y lw lonu1gil oif eight, I)ointie. 1'1i1411(1 08 wil ActOUAiBI N, Machk caiilonl, I,, Rletlit, Claiyton,. II llf-hanie--- ('" lyirne, ,4iitlih, ( i1es. Cent Iue--'S ooi', tvlee, Ajiiii. eel). eIfnlft rer~vr-·-- trhld, A. Doawn, I'or, vau'd "11'hei'ler In recn, li '1 0leitt 1 ol I' lnh 11 ",r. ) i (lack- VI4' )nii) llo(1led, C, Tulincn, '\Ioii 1(1I, I·\'1' '(1 (1~ 1 ('' 1, IL\: llIllovcv8a - 1~ jela toy, ( Ii tlziel, 1, sen.0 Wco coith I cle tnjl oi l~· l Awn1 sOi'oSS Iithe (et1'li --l( Sit her 81(14!, 44 ) . t lt o lill h)e'tIwli 114 Ie1;. )('ioild, Cll t3en 44iiI'i 11t1 -1i Iii 1 1 4 I c, li 'i ' tl)4Ž lire Rover.H. l'unr Wth the1I1' w01tindŽ Wble iehl, inos thec i'iiit ili)li ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
O 0 wt lj,'IWindsor Motor, Carriage and Lorry Builder. 4OTHING BETTER. ON NHEEL1 IN . ., 0 The Prize Lorry Builder-Molb urno Show anc. All Principal Shows. FARM 1)RAYS, TIP.DRA1YS. PONY JINKERS, iTIRE?l.QUARTI~ER 81IA:1V SULKIES, DIOUBLE. SEATED 1BUGGIES, Or any class of Vehiclos keopt in Stock. Send for Catalogue and Price List. Oashs or Teorms can be arranged. 559 Church Street, East Riclhnond;, Melbourne. Private address : 203 Lennox Street, Richm:lnd . Žadldlery. a. ddlery. uaddl~°ry. . T [8 - (Lateo I, 1 Anrowl,) SJPraotical arddlor xri ___I__l arness Malor Established 35 years. All Classes of Work carefully and promptly done under my own supervislop at Lowest Possible Prices, Repairs Neatly Executed, A Trial Solicitod. Collars Ohambered and Refitted. Horses Carefully Measured and Harness Accurately Fitted, A Large Stock of every description of Saddlery and Harness to choose iotar Market Gardeners' Work Specially Catered For. S m1888 WiaG 1lreets agt Kildaa Li#t'hions Phones-- ...
IF I WERE THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
It I WERIto TI ) lE OMt IJl \V, ?, O0J. If I wereo the Ozar, I Wittlin't iaOn to filboria i1veory malo I could And iwhom I thought 1n nuperior, Wouldn't padlook the lip? of my boot mou o0 lottero, FlogU vromeu to death, and put chl oil ion tot tor?; And I wouldn't ride around in a pow~wdero' rool If I woro the Czae. If I were the Czar. [ would rull so bonluguly That nooi would all inay, "Why, you'ro doinug flnoly I" For I'd dtoivo all the t1nu who sny, il hol wetother, "Is tills hot ouough?" In the river together; And I'd lot thorn cool off whllo I gigglo?d, "I'o, If I wore the zher, If I were the Our, And could rule arbitrary, And impo)o tmy coollnoandu upon i'om, Dloli, antd IHarry, I would xrive a sharp, niloli, and at lughtoring sabro IUtght through the loft ear of m.y flnto-playiti noighlbor, And thou carry his coall on my triumrohal CeO If I weore the Ozar, It I woro thoe Car, And wanted s nore, And mty five o'loloo nolighbor got out hla lawn, mowor, And wont rattling around w...
LET THE BOYS SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
LET TIllE IIOYU 1II10A', Oive Vour Hon a Gun Whin'u 1u lkw. rtandle IHandllung It, By all nmeuana lot the boy;l have their riflo and aihotguin, fTurislh thin a rca. u1ontblo mountln of Urlihinioland pINY their lic(iwue to ,Illoot, if we over ,no?o to that protectivo molsture. Hlow ol8o can 1the boy learn to tshoot? If I had my way every boy and overy girl ahould learn to shoot, oven though they neover killed alone it singlo head of igame. It i not tlheo oxtingui?shingl of the vital principile of eithoer bird or boaslt for which Imon go fiealil, and the ganlo butch r Ihould novor bo olassaled as a 't'tloe ilo aI l d reyolvYiir r1 ¢ O pOlIoJ, the iue of which domtlaInit phyioal conditionur never found in the indolent, ellfoioiuato or 'diuol uto, They are WOlapons for Ioln and womlon, not for dollh of either ox, If every boy and girl was early taught the uto and the abulae of lire-armn. the death rates from accidonts caused by c(rolcmne9s would bo reduced to thie minilnui ; the nuim Lo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
rW airm th &lt;a+ dr Use a erosene Heater® No. 101, Ruby Front,,17/ - No, 120, Ruby Firont, 19/ No. 120, Mica Front, 18/. . One-Fire Stoves, 45/ "' Thile 'laa,(dTor " H.ndsome Finish, 3;/61, Incandeicont llUnornItl, M?antol1 and Fittingrt. (nas and Elhctric Lighting lnstafllud. .:, 'irdon Tools, Seccatcurs, & o. fromi 1/. to 10/. Spades from 2/11, 3/6(, lil. Shovels from 3/6, 3/9, 4/6. IARI)WOOD, F.IWOO1,iNG, _LINING(, WEATHI!HR1IOARIDS, RIED GUM, I'ALIN(18, LAThS, LIMEI, ClIMENT AT CITY PRICES. 1;. f 3 .. ,l W . T ,z?, T. IMBER MEICIHAN'I and il ONMI GR()N tI, Opposite TATION,T ELS8TERNWICK And BROADWAY, OAKLE IGH. - i rýewo"+?ld+ al ndll ' a1 1 ýu el Mercha.nt. +.. m~1-duret a wl C?.i iunracto kt . IT&IIMBER, - Flooring, iatlheroboard, Oregon, )o, oors, Sushces, Mouldir.gs, l'osts, Rails, P'alings, J'ichtts, 1Fencing Mtatorial, Laths, etc., etc. EARTHII ENWAR?E ANI) AU lIICUi'URAL, PIPES.--Guttor Bricks, Garder. Edging, Tilii, Lim. , (onmint, ltrickl(, etc....
Bargaining in Alglers. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
iuhBti'g nin in Algl ors. Yota soneot your goods with low 'ite liberation, pile them up togl:othr casu-" ally in a little heap, eye thllon asoanco with an inquiring glauce, and tako a ootitemopltive p1ll or two at the insapir. lug weed in soleomn silenic, nahomot All responds with a pull from hisi cigar. etto in grave concert. Thouen you walk once or twice up and down. the .piazza slowly, and jerking your head with care. leos ease in the direction of your u?eloeaed pile, you inquire as1 if for abstract rea. Bons mlrely, in an off-hund tone, yout M?ilodom friond'a lowest cash quotation for~ the lot as it ~itan?ds, 'lwo hundred franc:, is, the mnallost prioa. Mahomet Ali paid far more than that himnself for them. He sells simply for occupation, it would hlcom. "Look at the work, mnlinioulr', All graven brass, not lilo1er )'t'r)lollS! motl or real old chain Stick, aliho on both siden--l)llO of your wrotcihed, conl on place, modern macheiu made embroid ory.," You umnilo incrednlouslv, a...
SANDRINGHAM RATEPAYERS' LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
$ANDIUNCJIAPI I(A rFlAYI:I's' LAM FATI. Oh filet, 'twoN a chilly nigh t, 11111 yo to n w;~ cc Whelin 2.OII I I ocii oil th1( c~ct~i, An(( toli the "hu' rec'' t rinuling About the awful wreck., Y'oui :;id the cruiiscer itd one down, l3eneath tilh "Wi'iattri' wavl'o, Antd of thyLe crw tuiid JeeSSonl'Žv, H'ut thirty-filve couill mnave, 'i'ho e thjrtv'ljvo1 most happy ntii, I'Lhere'" not (lh ttlithrlttst, doublt ; And all the haidredµof tihir frieuidlc, II ornty i lu11e su1re to ;;bout. You saitid that foutemll ;, and five, Wore sailing on the deep, six ei iYt live went ydown, TIIho Ihijeg for to lof-p. J'The Clitnin of thn 11omnohen boat, St 00(1 hivcii Vilhl o oiIV 110 Ano vouclhed his dl l~el! '"'uitynpthy'' A Ilts i l said thiat 1001 welrt iif t, 1'Yl'c!cially tho,(1 aIt llighrett, r 801av' rflt tIhat oomet oh tug 'hlolid L0d 0 thiei liCv to try it.. AlaIO i foi' IIflainton dclizz/y hei 0hto, hien 00 her conniing Iower, 't'hree adlIjl'aiti (III the hravest ligrtlift, Slioull viiew t...
Severance. REVIVING THE SANDRINGHAM AGITATION. CONFERENCE OF DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS CALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 19 September 1914
Severance. IEV;JV\'ING( ''ll ' SANI)1t1N(ihAM A(lI 'ATION, CONi)X','.I.N('1I, OF DISTIlCT PRO0 GldSE AS'(OCIA'rlIONS CALLEI). The mbit impoll antt n.dttter dis' esacsed. at the mnioothlv, neeting of tho LSanlrl1lghang I 'lrogIres1) Asociation onl ilolnday was a1 notice of motion hy the na C'etary, i'. \'eolton, that the iAs. o(iltio, should approvo of the Revera'ce of the ~Andilin'ghan di4trict from the Shire of Moorlabin l aid it11 creation into a te,adate municipality Mr., \'.Iston 1aid that he hnad been iplwonwhi,.d by rtprt.eenttatives W, the Milack Rockl and Ilalupton Associa' tiol 9, who a.;Ued that the aI lumiationl 1hold 1(I "0 , L Leran'(( t(he1 chief plank in their platfornl, Ilyr.. 1oaly.--cYou thould hal hvo tru'ted six mollnth ago. ~l', \Vle'toin,--.Vo \vill give you ia chllltlle Inter o1n. IMr. Slfa did )not t'hink tlhev could do anything. lie suggested that a Ipbl;o mnotini sh110u11hI be called so Oat tlb get the vi' \il of the residentt. lHe coslHIerCed that nine-ten...
THE JOKER'S BUDGET. JESTS AND YARNS BY FUNNY MEN OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914
THE JOKER'S I3UDGET, JESJTS AWD YARNS IY la UNN1 LIEN OXV Tfl[ 3?XJifl1. The Wildenueus of ~ioe - Xin the gloanming-Shoos for o VIarnily'-· Condition of B3ueineee, oto., etc. TIIr TNVENTOR, KIe 1) still and Itop) yuIr fidgoting a03(1 "Don t like it," croe lv sid the boy, kept in nguuint Iis will, "U'nCao hloe the man who first invented nucking s310 etiil ltill." [('tens Siftinge. A "$SMAflT" A~towE11h TUJRN1:TIt AWAY O[IlXIT Customor i-h ow do you loll eugar this mhbornuing, Mr. $enloes (lroeor--lay tho p)oiind1, sir, anam lnD a ways, (iusionler ---Wo'l, an I wunt two pound, thin mllOrnilng-, 1. goose :I'll go coroce the way to Mr. Uouutor'e,--LJudgo. 1E1VLVATIoN OiV A NAMEI. 1iiss itlnpempstod (as the dog-oart breaks down)-I hope you are not hurt, uncle, Unclo Corbott--I'm alive, Helon, an' now I guess I know why you called this thing a trap. CONDI)rTON O? BU11INES), . nag Picker (to undertaker)--How's trader' Undertakoer--1 )ad, How's your'oa Vlag P'ieker--Piolcing up, 'TIMI WIl)F...
Brighton's Band. ANNUAL MEETING NEXT TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914
BrIbtoln'$ alid ANNUAL MEh1TIN'.N N0XT 'TUIE DAY. AeImbercs of the Britght.on Il'nss Bland and the 1p)11 lic f.1enera(lly are reminded that tllie fi'st annrlal ient ing of the hand tlakes pIlace next Tuesday at the Town TIall. The business set down for the evening is the election of officers; antd adoption of the. replort. and halancie shetoo. The hand is estlablished on a ooudu 1 foot ing, and under the tuition of Ihltld illnster C le?n the boand.lsmn havO madie excellent- progress with their fplaying. It only requicnre the suIp port, of the residents to rmake the hand one of the leading institutions in the ametrop)oli0s, and it, in dleshrable that there sdhould he a large tttond 1an1CC at '.Tuesday's, mneotizng.'!