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Brighton Court. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

At the Br hLhton ('ourt yes rday, dbefore ' M?r. ('ohn. P.31., and r. Th1omson, J.1.',, rlohn Ralph wast thllrgedi with stelin!r a hant vanlnud at 35/- from P. ,J. Noonan at Brighton Ihnaoh on Sun day, 13(h. Sertt, Elliott xplalnined thati the 'larrest gin; eonstable was n" llllle to iat tentl as he was in the depot hospitial, whilst the infornlnt also did not ap pear. . . Noiian had informned('on stable Allan that whilst he, was at Dancell telaroolmis a(lsei Io itok away his hat ('onstable Allan found the ac('tsted in the nardenis, biut he denied ha'vinti 1)000n at. tli refreshment rooma. Whp starched the hat was found in his hillp pIoclet. .\censed, who had been in hao: for a week, wai list itthar,'gdi. SUN0)..1Y A'T' lI3l1l ll'l'T N I A,.('I. .John Buchan ',,as chart,,,d with using, obscene language at the i i'ighltlon Blaieh station on Soultay t ltid... Evidetnce was given by utilwiay of fiialis thailt icused wall in coimpany wt ith a number of yollui' )len who coitiuenced to pu...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

2; - - ' *r*X 11w MEDICINE that cured me of IIYDATIDS when alt nisn had tailedI I thn purchasod the SUEC lT of the tIF.MFDY, You nood stulfr no longer, VITAB ATIO Is a Tonic, Bood Buildor, anti oie'va Iostorer. It Cuorn e NI R\VOUS D lIlL .ITY, by bracinr thc DYSPPPSIA, Iby toninm1 1ire Oonnchl, 'Gl; COUf, 11iUMAl ISM. SCIATICA, 0 i U.; \ H I lNIA, bvy lenring; out by disisolving and Ix xpellir, ex cessive utic. ryid. CO ( ' I )N'l A ,IO, by cennainrg the GRAVI'l. and S'TONE., by flushing LiV .i l M SS, by aloaiiR tile i SKIN AILMENTS, by purifying the lU\ ui,, lG R c OWTi:lSbvectrovy- 1DEl RkP SSION, by inviiorftling the \r tlir t rcrilt eydrtlcn. Sold I)vby Chernistw naln Stores, Write ( Free icc Advic and Tel.iionialc., . . A L E , 439 FLINDERS LAN,^ " ot %d t cA me b r ..s y o t - bu ry ', o N j . !i / __ GOCt YIMOB O. LE IEMdINGt STPORED, * | Not only that, bitt youll save money, too ! For, re. ^ Sworth, and is absolu ely ihe best value iainy whcre <iIf you rcside at...

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Putting up a Fight MOORABBIN COUNCIL INCIDENT. BULLOCKERS v. STONEWALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

3MOOIRAl3IIN (OUNL INCI NCIDE) NT. IULL,)K'E1RS v. ,TONEi.IAlIiRS. The iMoorabbin Council are prepar ing a by.law for the licensing of hack .ney carriages that ply for -]ire out side the limits of the M[olbourno Hack. ney Carriageo Counlitteo. The draft regulations were submitted to the Council on Monday evening, and they met with i very niixed reception,. The prolosed by-lawn comprises no less than 412 clauses, but the council lorts promiiicuously selected clause 7, which dealt with fees to be paid, for colsideration, instead of commencing from the beginning. It was explained that the object of the by-la\I was to license cabmen who visited tlio district oni race days in groat numbers. Previously, these cab men took out a stago carriage license at the Cheltenllhau Court, the fees from which wont to the Crown, but about 5 yoars ago, Or. Mills indicated to the Council Ia means whereby the Council could issue the liceonses and retain the foes. When the clause was being dealt with, tho ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

FANCY DRESS, (IN AID OF PATRIOTIC FUND), TO-DAY, Sept. 26th AT THE CRICKET GROUND. Football in Fancy Dress, Hockey, Basket Ball, &c., &c. Display by Boy Scouts of Brighton, Caulfield, and Elsternwick under Scoutmaster Boardman. Change of Teamns each quarter. ` First Match at 1.45 p.m. ~ President : Cr. S. DUTTON GREEN, Mayor of Brighton. Master of Ceremonies, Mr. J. Eldred. Vice-President, Cr. W. P. Francis. Hon. Treasurer : A. E. Brown. W. Henderson, Correspondent Secretary. Tickets, 6d. "i STAND RESERVETRA, 6d. EXTRA, F. TURNBULL Joint N. L. ORFORI) Hon. $ 0 t"H. J. THOMS Secs.

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

First and Poremost. W. Robinson Buther,'New Sw . Briqhton 'Phone 2. , stabhe 60 Justo peinl, New Spring oods of latest and bý. qgIi. t SALoON Bay St.; 1e . 4.7 MIEET I NGS, BIENTJ1'IC II lIWCKET CLUll. A MAiEETING will ho hold at tho Residencec o". Mir, II. Dodnon, nMarion SL,, Ilentleigh, MONDAY, 1TE''1M131 it 28, 1914, At, 8 pin. llusiness.--,ltlection of Captailn and Vice-Calpt.L, Secretary, 'l're'ident and Colnuimit.tee. All intendilng pllayert) and lnenlbora are( request.ced to attenlld andi support the local tea.11. I., l)I)ISON, 11o0. Sec. (Pro, Trnel) BIIIII1''ON DISTRICT BRASS BAND, MllMlli ,?l4 are; rellinded that, the ANNUAL, AMIlETIN( of theo and takles place on "'T IESDAY EVENING( NEXT' a(t the TOWN IIAL.., at 8 p.111, C)', Th1os. Wilson, president, will preside. B (ISNlNSS--. EIlection, of ()liccra, .leplort and lal1nce Sheet.s And andll other Bll1usines that, luay be brought forward. Notice of Motion by'Mr, N. L, Or ford to alter rule 4, whereby coim Iuitteo may consi...

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Football. FEDERAL FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Football. FEE)!:RALIFO "O'l'iAL]< :ASSOCIA 'TION. An extaaordinary meeting of the A . sociation wais held at loorabbin on 'flTuesay night, the, being hi small at tendlance of do lgates. Corrospond,,nco \Iwas rce\ived froml l|ll]pwo l lcKinnon,, naskiug for a reference re his umpliring; for the seasonll. It (1wa'i move(d allnd car ried that he Ilh given samlle. It is un. derstood, that he is going to apply for a plsition as unmpire too the Victorian (Football Associati), n. Tio lpresidenlt briefly em iplitnt1edl MIoorab)lhii aul Ellstel'1,vick on their victory int gailn ing the p)recmirshilps in thll) A and 11 grades. Owing to the had state of the weathter the gato was only £(0 ~i 3d at the final lfelt On Hatuiday. It is most probable that no divi(dendsl will I o- given this year, owing to the simall gates;. £5 ti was voted to the secrietary, i, AlMcCart, and £1 II to the treasurer, 1Mr. Hogan. Alordiaulluc Cfotballerar visrite~d Bal larat latIt Saluidnay, and(I weVO dIefe...

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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

gaulaie1d Council. '[ho fortnightly meo1ting of the Caul. fiold Council on 'I'ues(loy Wats attotlied by the Mayor ((r. 1Egglfh?tlon), and(I Ci'sr. Murphll , Hll, Kitchen, Hisih, .lldtrny, Charles, lKin., lh'ooosh1w, Tyolltl, and 'l'Thouwn. tI'4'I'Itl('TI\'N. Si 'iT?.LEIEN T1', ''he1 IBoard of Worls inriln 'ted that inh io ;t of laying a main in St. Ilu IrL'i ) road toilid hIe £115, ainl the oisetL rev\'eno was ,8/15/-. ho also ment1111)ionld that nial the 1ho0u:111 in the streot were at, pt'e2lnt supplild. (Cr'. 'i'llhomson thought, that thie rv e(111e wlS iuiltlicient to pay for the lin iu: of the main. 'lh knew of soveral 1,e1'0h1 who woulbl hikid as s,(t aON th lle witrI' main was laid. Some of the ownierii had gone to the ,(l(os of putti or doni reticulation pil,(p from the narest main. It was w'ron( of the IBoird to throw dust in th( eyct i of the Council. It scoiiem ; iralu.go that in otherm munMicipalitie( ij streets whe'el thire were only Iwo or thn1( houes that til, wt'ater...

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Severance. DISCUSSION AT BLACK ROCK. SEPARATION PREFERRED TO A FIFTH RIDING. BOTH PROPOSALS DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Sevea~tfnce. DISCUSSION AT BLACK ROCK. SEPARAlATION PlR tIEREII) TO A F]IFTi'J RIDINIG, BO'II .,ltl.OPt) D .I"SCUSSF)D. A sp:cial ineet in,, of the Black Rock Proaress La gvn wais hold at, the iRoy Hton Tentaroomon last Saturdav evening, for tile l)pu'pose of di:tisles;ing) the sev O'Irahnco qIestioon, in vi(\w of ia reL(ucst, from the Sandiringhanl A'5o1ciation that they should appoint deltegat~es to at tlnd 11 conitferncc e to consider the nvatter. Mr. J. T. I). B;,lc occulpied the elhir, and ( oing, to 'var'iollu othcr' i therigRs there were only ;, ,It meOn b)(rt's prus(lit. EXPlI,\ N ATIt)NS, 'The,.hllirniai mnt)lioned that in the Chi.lel'a paper it Was reporte(od that Mr. Mortimnor', (n behalf of th le Black .dock lirogres'isIe LCeaue, hadi iflormed the `ýlldringuhan league that llolik Rock residents b; e: riady for sEver' ancc, lie would liko to ask Mr. Mo)r tilnoie if he had made such a S tate lel ?t, lhMr. hMorti.onoer t'iid that h(e .as ill orrectlv reported1 What. he had ...

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WANDERING CATTLE AND STARVING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

jI vt: iitiiph . ('(o11' 1 I nd . t iltil Ic tliot lucy ha i'(Ljti iiote icl Ii'ii ticnl Lniud. in!; st o il s til' 'Iial tc i Ii htn e lu(nil tll'i 1- joiiicjl hiiie uhii ii 0(e JIalie' \\·rl n\ 1Ini illlll c bailer (nifl Ci o It u', ioe iiui the ii(1tucc bor ailtithdi for olil'r; 1(1 I~oscifiitc oii ioit oi ices of Wiiiihi( eriut e h, rnc;iiiio ;t tie tI' I ei( ((I' poi it i(c 's. Cooper, ( mnn itiji shn iiuIiiii tuilni ;jitiiuil ui L m iit (hi.t ' Cloollper, S(iip lhat (tie oft Iii (viir oil lie iktlluiu(51( Etnid (r. 1 I o'l. c'i- a*Wiiei l mu going io ti, Kill' n ll tu1(h it Ipim aticoy men otoiil iniegimt r)ijcl, u thue sli chj. 'hi siiii vi( the( (ioiuueit alloiwed (lie mii ei (.1 (I tu ;i( 11cj oIl. ('r, iKitchihim.-- Thii sheep do not (1(1 uiti hin((e haurmi m1 cuitthc, tut l~hurs. (Luuuuglhhrl). Ii ti~i ojil Iloif li t ;ie "l1p Wirl' not sloviiig ; ihevy ii i.c. lit to lIi hii ile1 nisu fait, umbeeti, ( re" 'hloinso iiul i\ j (duo olvvCd I liit tile nloieesuuiy iii er; to ...

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Poster Ball SUCCESSFUL GATHERING AT BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Poster Ball SU'iC(C'FSlt.L (!AT1|EI{IN(; AT A ioster and fancy ldr.ss ball was heled at Ientlcigh on Wednesday even ing in (co(nectioni with theo cflort that is beiiig mado to wipo off the liability on tho recreation resorve. The plulio haill was uncoinfortaibly illed with dancers and onlookers, and, as a result of tli gathoriing, it is expeXtecd that the fund will hnoeit to the extent of £11. The majority of dancers wero in plain dress;, but those who appeared in fancy costumies inado an cileetive display ats they wlirled round the room to tlh music of O'Brion's band. D)ur ing the interval rri'eshnientl wore sorved, and the judtles---Or. Macartney and lMrJ. fJ. l. itler--n-aiiounieed the awards. Altogether the evening was a prolnounced, sUiccess, The winlne's of theo priLzes wol--lPoster, Miss McNeil (Weekly 'T'iimes) ndul dir. 1). IHannulord (Rasaiwatto Tea); fancy, Mi;s E, Stoik kani ((Quien of tiho )sess) and Mr. J. llintison (We\'nir Willio?\ otheris who. took 1part iII the tdi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

- -- ý tit -------;- . ----ý--- - -- -- ASSURANCE CO1'RPO ATION O(F LONDON. Aooumulatod Flund Exco]d £6,000,000. FirA Marine Acoleden Workers ,ompena tsaon VICTORIIAN IBRANCI[ - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeains, Manager. I)ISTRIC' AGENCIES. tItRIGIITON-S. 1'. Simn ont os, I.HstaLto Agent,, Bay Stret,. MIDDLE Blil0HT'ON-- .onno r and Alford, ,:stattt Agents, Chro h Streeot. ST. KllI)A--L'rinco and Co., .lsutato Agents, 256 High Street. SANDRIINGITAM--Round and Co., E tato Agents, Molrose Street. CA(ULFIEID-IIarold Looker and Co., Estato Airents, opposite Stations UAiI).ih\ 1 Al,l!--T'homson antd ;olUlnson, Istate Agents, (itirde:ln\v e. 3ALACIA'A--A. . i'orster, Estato Agent, 206( Carlisle Street. ELST RNlIN -l ce, B lt and Joh, Motts and. o n, ,lhtaLto \Agnts, (llenlmlntly Rd. ly Road. V IR NCWgg THE SIEGE OF TROY'8] FOR BARGAINS and GOOD FURNITURE Troys' Can Ho d Out and D1wFV OOMPETITION, At 177 GREVILLE STRU1ET (opp. TOWN HALL, PRAHRAN.) TROY'S have a largo Stock to choo...

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The War RED CROSS CONCERTS. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Thea -J5a 1IED CROSl C:ONCEIRITS, Jil1 l1TON, Th'lo .1i'ghton Town Hafll was well filled on Tues(day week when a con corl was given in aid of the local branch of tlho lied (ros. Society, 'Jilil progranmiine, whlich was arranged by the Orpheus Quartette, wan well received, th. varioun items being par-. ticularly appropriato to tlio occa sion, Mr', Weston Pott was ia nC ces( in hi:11111 .llouiirouij items, and es I)pclally in the flutle'solon, whilst Ai' Percy Cloode wo li heard to advaii tLog on tho violin, '"Th Absout Minded eflggar," which wau colitri buted by MrI. ?Molat, appelled to thlo audience, s l i the wording' was altered so as to be applicable1 to tho Australian Expeditionary Fiorce. The Orpheus Quartetto (Miss A. Far (iuliar, Min?; MA. laVwrience, Mlr. 1. Rlositer, and Mr, . la. lHblct) sanii four iiIuil)ers Swcotly, andl their vari ouis solos1 were appreciated. Th buiilding want dccorated with flags, and boy scouts acted as ushorn', Melmbers of the coinmittee in nurso's ...

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The War THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

ihe a '1111 PA'1I IO()''( I U N I) Th e :Mnyor of l]3nghton (Ci, S, Thitton (bcen) aclkuowlcdgcus receipt oif huloicriptioioi to thlo vii vioioi fulld3u gOt out ILrllul(cr :-- itlior iit , i j011iouriO' j 5 hnow ledg;'ed, £273/3.19, ni Wvhich hia. been relllittcd to the Lor(I ni', ...My ....r... .,34'i 16 1 ) lay 1 Labor Staff Birighton TIlownl Council, Htcoiid in. moot , . . c.,. 1 1 0 £:306 8 5

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District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Distric fNews BT?1CTiTON. On the evening of last Saturday at the N. Brighton Meon's Club, XMr. Ohas. Dillon gave an excellont recital. "Macbeth" was chosen for the occa sion, and from the commencement to the ond of a long and exhausting effort for the artist, the keeonest interest was maintained. Mr. Dillon lives in all his characters, and especially thrilling was the banqueting scenee, The only regrot was that many more did not avail themselves of the opportunity of the club to hear so interesting a recital, given by one of our best exponents of Shakespeare. Mr. Dillon's repertoire is an extensive one, and whether ho appears in tragedy, comedy or drama, hls versatility enables him to hold his audience in rapt attention, It is only hoped that furtheri opportunity will ie given to hear Mr. Dillon at a later dato. The Flsterntwiek I'ar'k (oinmitttc, lhave agreed to the suggestion of the Brighton Counlil ?.hat t.hey should con sent to the old rilie but It at Elwood iacing made availald...

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BRIGHTON RIFLES. (Band Fund). (46th Regiment). [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

B1lCTlIrf'ON IIF'lESk:H, (Band Fund). (46th Regiment).at) Amouilt proviuusIy acknowlcdg ed ,, ,32 23 £32 2 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

THREE IMOEDICAL WINTERI SFoster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAR REMEDY. it :does not merely relieve a ,ougih, but it gives innmediate relief, and renmoves the clune. 1 , FOR LOSS OF'VOIC,:, IIOA RS ltN ESFS, CHEII,,ST AIFF'ECTIONS, &c. FOSTER'S With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda. Pure & Palatable. : OR PULMONARY AlFECE?IONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEIBIIIITY and WASTING 1s. G6d B1 roster's Record abrocbtion For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c, n cases of Deep-seated Cests Colds it is applied with advantage, Is Foster's Pharmacy Churchl Street, Middle Brighton Telephone 1125 Brighton. No Tanks to Rust, Leak or Durn Out,will last a L ifotine. To The Swan lu? ba- or Co. U( r. . a?1) 'n . D ii r It's with much plea''::ure that 1 write you with reference to the Swan A t.,. . ; : " " '" -t other ahines w , ti g d aks and both wo ed well. .t for r rnc without any fear of sm"4ilag t, eggs. Th:ey a - a ,:` good looking and u. cheap, or Sche per, than any her ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

-, t ~t r~1Ila~t I ) dh ý OR1 1 The QUAITY wra, eei Glor 1. 'oward eber, Painter, SPECIAL, STOCK Panrator, aoPECIAL STOanr, REASONABL PRICS. OF Genertal Ronovato!r WORKc DONE House SPIENDII V\'AV1,1i Decorator,, IN ALWAYS ON HAND. and ALL SUBUUlDS. Reopairor. M $ho mRoad, righton (ANLi^bb AAAAAAAAAAAAft. AA^t^Ai Guardonors 1 WATEl'RTIGHTS and BLUCIlIERS. The ,Beat in Quality means the oeat Wear and the most ComFort. Tho Boat. is Always the Cheapef at. - - S T- - - - E TTHEWS - 001As TTAY MADC REPAM, : BOOT PALACE. ToLnH. CHARMAN RJ OIAD Js T oQi OHELTENHAM T'elcphoo e 10, Cheltonhalm, KEEPS TIHE BEST-GIVE niM A TRY. To the Gonoral Public, of Choltenhaiin and Diintict.-l'wo tlinga worth - - omembering-J. T. T. MATTHEWS 1.-Has an up-to-dnt.o Stock at your doors, '.--SkilHul and Tradeamanlike Repairing a Specialty with him. W. I. NicO Oson begs to intimaite to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districts, that he hla Opened a Store at Glen Huntly (Late Blun...

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Wandering Cattle. CAULFIELD COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Wandering Cattle. CAUILFIELl (N)Ulrlt'. (n th l it ntfor'lmtion of . S. Kent oa ll.l0 n (h0er (lt( c e l I'wer h lIeard for l(5u's 's ('. 1). l lovd'( (chairman), I o( ng, (ox tnd ea t't , , '.s.P., at thu (ilullid (.ourt last week. Georg( Inl ),, In t old offlen(l'r, wts charged Vih lhaving eeni the owli er of a hutll Ithit wa wanlldeiirg in Wniaorn rod(L (Oflier W\idr., found the animal out Ihiio the residenice 'oof Mr. 311 rI yv. lie Nasq eharged several tinles, but evel tually (rove it to the pountd, '. l)efendai, t. -flow )old( will tho htdl w'a..n't he n calf ? \litess..--No, lhe was full 'rotn; hab(mt two years old. 1)aly said the, bull waio iilpoutnded efore, nadl it had cos;t him 2/ti in licMinond, 5/- in 1'vrahlun, and 6/(; att Caulfield. lle thought the Caulfield charge w'as+ too muc)h, nit hold 'sinet 001( (ho hbull 11an hadi only g;ot C: for it. A full-grown bull would lhav brought .C , Mr. ? M?ullrrly had told hlin Mr, Ihalyd wouiiul hot 1uo too huad on hi .ll (.iaught...

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Brighton Council [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Brighton Council Th110 rayor (('r. S, Dutton (r'elten) prosideCri over' a full il lltltndantl of Brighton conneillors aitt tho forinig'ht ly meeting hel, o1) i '(,(1nd 11 '. I[,]A I,'TII 1.? Il,l tl: I,'lEN'I'S. l'ho o tin, f 'con ;lttin tnutine r (1 '., 11. e. (' luIe) reported that it, waits hce s tary fo Ilhloe propel droinaIte of hou1 ('s ill El"ihe'n .;lre l it construct a dr;in alt nt ll.' nd el1|(],t 11 r't erv'\'e prilovkd I te l the purpolt., andl the full width. ot I . Kin Iil i't I)A rts. It, wiT. pro lhe1) en tolitner ret o ti d that.tr of Kiotal had not b0)e, tnti)lletd ont( the roat ide of thss il in lin' , , I a not, i A h lltA) \na!t: , I) l , waI 1 M. po..'ed to rli,;t'uls thet+ nlnlut , r of iot0a ' of rSt , (l?itll :tntiiil when fo d Sotl \ c( r t ova ciladl.,) til t he i 'h eto etll( l Co(vi. it, so the et ituieotlr u0 l nd rt11 ok toi it o il. )It. W AI i NA(l1 1,111 ?H L l. y gearth drain un f ro m oo Sorthhhi, oloa :i into ti 5ufoil (Irin, It twis deckided to ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUNDING OFF THE CORNERS. CAULFIELD COUNCIL TAKES ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

H{OUNDI N( OFI Fl '1'1[ (:OUNlN FiU, CAULIIEII) (OIINC IL, IA l(1,St A CII UN, 'The Cafieol 42( Council Iactugoiii tho t.lUci1 l tlhtt will exjist , 1. ( t (h co iitei of HJawthorn 00(1 0 lenhlj n) ly roadn w'heni the traui t lrfflic ije iclersed, anOd (iso whOO i the linou i \dopl licatod They at~e mllOvilng iii the direCtio of rounding off the corioer, and on 'Tj(esda01y they received It tpI ly from ono owner nokin lnt ; 4fo £14 ia loot for the land reqoilurd, Cr, Kin g expr'cssed sw'litrre at the OwOler aslikjO)r for such an ontoollnt, 1IC meat(0)1io002 tha t the Qialvero Council lidtl 11rci'thlitgl 0 t tiri' oPpIo sit to Ih a Molvern 'l'ows stall for t.50 for i siu il01V 1,urll)oiii'. I t they wcre to acclit the price a! u g rlesitu in I iiir instance they toigt)., t as c1 well y the w1o1o o block, ihe nmttner was referredl t the lrIiioance omo IiUtis1t~t,

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