ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Brighton Southern Cross Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 9,224 items from Brighton Southern Cross, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
9,224 results
THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

THI$ P tT~lOTICikJLJD. rlQ; 3favor ;of Bn ghton. (Cr. *siDui ton Green) 'iienocIcil.eds receipt of 'uiiccriptions'to the nringts 'ffnds set out hiereunder Anioiint9', preeaonsfvuIy.. now -: rns.: IInenI.;reraIutteaI tQ the?._-; L oral Maavo £" -- : Dnv Labor ;Ralf,--Town.. of- . Brighton;'; fairtaiiglitly pnY itit. Cr1 ~ -~fij, Chi-acne ~·tbhon,;e r: \i~

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

ELSTERNWICK. A most successful patriotic concert, in aid of the Red Cross Society, was held in the Masonic Hall, Elsteri wick, bn Tuesday, when many were unable to obtain admission. Dr. It. E. Weigall presided, and.during the interval explained the objects of the lied Cross Society. The Mayor (Cr. Eggleston) also spoke. The hall was very artistically decorated with flow ers and bunting, and the ushers were members of the 46th infantry in uni form. The entertainment opened by Pro lessor Meyer's orchestra playing the National Anthem and The Marsellaine. A number of vocal items were render ed, and heartily applauded, and spe cial mention must be made of the contrkutions of Miss Dlav Couch (con tralto), Mr. Butler (tenor), Mr. Car rick (l1aritone), and Mr. Strong (Ilss) A recitation, "For England," by Miss Edith lfappell, was loudly applauded, and, as an encore, gave "The Power of the Rulers." Miss Pearl McKenzie was very pathetic in the rendering of "Tim, the W\harf Rat," and was well ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL. BRIGHTON BEACH NEXT SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

. PATRIOTIC` CAOlAF'IVAL ? " 3iBRIGHTON BEACH 1EXT SATUR DAY. ;The Patridtic Carnival to be held at Btighton Beach next Saturday gives every promise of beine. huge success. The arrangements made by the execu tive are complete in every detail, and should provide a pleasing afternoon's entertainment. Fancy dress football matches will be played betwen teams representing various organisations in the town, under the umnpiring of Mr. P. Pull man. Miiss K. Crowther (of Melbourne Orphanage), teacher at the IRosbercon School, has arranged for basket ball and hockey matches, flag races and physical culture displays by scholars from the Rosbsrcon and Firbank Schools. There will also be a ,demon stration l-iv the Snowden Boys' Volun teer Ambulance Brigade, under Dud ley C. H. Graunds. The carnival will comnunence at 1.45, and the charges for admission to the ground will be Gd. and 1/- The band will play selections during the after noon. Mr. Cadbv has offered to pro vide a drag to. convey the ba...

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

llw 1 'id Timbe0rd Yd ervthidn at Vibltee Brighton. TelephnIne 45 ~Fri~rr AR~F i hi·R~1 Relsird- PT - lllr,~~n~; ; ·· j:CPhrn andRre rleRigtn Doherty 1.25-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, ` " , i "al I ·W inter TClearing Sale i.- Now On. All Lines Reduced. 2:,$127 6len ltutrly Road, Elsternllck. S.'Phone-Brighton 1747" iThe I.X. L, Drapers. (IRegistered). 129 Church Street, Middle Brighton. SPRING SHOW LATEST NOVELTIES IN - SPRING MILLINERY and UNDERCLOTHING Wednesday, 26th August and Following Days. - .' Ladies and Children's Dressmtaking 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.. rfl1E .NATIONAL BANK OF 'AUS 1 TRALASIA LIMITED: A BRANCH IS NOW OPEN for the Transaction of all "Bakiing .=Businiess at 82 GLENHUNTLY RD., ELSTERN: Under the Ma...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE CLUBS. THE SANDRINGHAM MOVEMENT. ENROLLING OF MEMBERS. PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

- I E ll f CLUBS ?: THE " SANDRINGII\GTA MiL 3 TVELENT. ENI f)LL\GI OF Ol-M 13ERS. PUBLIC M EEING XLT N MONDAY. lefererice i:as made at the monthly meeting of" the Sandringham lProgres, I.agie to the movenient that. had Ieen initiated at the previous meet ing for the formation of a rifle club. The President_ of the League,. Dr. Leary, mentioned that the matter had .been left in the hands of alr. Coilmins. It had been ascertained from the Defence Authorities that if a club were established "there would not, owing to the war, be any range ;vailable for the membecrs. Th'iey would, however, grant the club a rille for every tenll members, .but regards aumunnition they could not sady an thing definite. Mr. Westoin explained that they had about.2? mlleerb, but there must.)on at least 30 before the club would be recognised ib the De)partment. DIr. Leary didI not think that they wouldf .have any difficulty in gettino 150 names. Mr., Jewell mentioned that theyv could arrange a mininiture rang...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The War BRIGHTON. THE RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

The War BRIGHTON. . TIIE RED) CROSS FUND. Antount previously acknow -- -. led?ged - -- -.- - £1615 6 Mrs.? ?. J. W. Strong - 1 "1 0 lies Peclhant Chase -- - :. 1 0 Mrs. M. A: Niclolsoii ' : 1 0 Mr. 'i-M ee --- 1 1 0 Mr. nignell _-.1.- - -- 4 1 0 Major McCLutchon - 2= ,0 ~x~ ---- 00 - 2 Anon - - - - - 1 0 0 Mrs. Weekes and Miss Tisdall 0 10) 0 £7 2711 6 I)(NATIONS TO CONCIli(T IN AIl) O0:'THE RED , RnosS .FUND. "Southern " Cross" Press -.. £3 0 0 'r. WtalI 2 2 0 L. L. Benjamin - -.- - 1 1" 0 £6 3 0 The Town Cli'rk is desirous of clos in' accounts in connection witli the lIel Cross concert held in. the Town Hall on T"uesday last, and would bhe glad to receive remittances for tickrt.s early next week. The net res'It of the concert is .estimated at £23. A most suertssful entertainment was held in the Methodist Scdhoolilall, llawthorn road, Brigthton, on Th1rns tida, in aid of the IRed Cross fund. TIhe chair was taken by Mrs. Ileazhy, who madre an aulppal to all present to love and refer...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's thy God's and truth's SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

o1 $oueuin rO r.t all the ends' thou aim'st at be :thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURI)AY,. SEPTEMBER: 19 1914 DistrictNews BR;.IGHTON. The end ih ? ours? , of ithe liri;ihton Council tci have the :l'eels of the Wil son " .street -. railwhni...irinei retained have p-irover iunsuccessfuil? Some months uago the 'council ?rci.ei?ed a communii .cation from the JIailways De.plirtment thant in connection with, the, electrifi cation .a the sublurbaan ~nilways' ihey proposed to provide ,a milimntnie cl:ar u?ce under all the Ibridges, which would necessitate the raising of : the IWilson street structlire 11 i:iel e.': Tihe councile suegested'icltht if the rilwdy line :were- lowered a hump in the road• .way s'would La obviated, but .when a sked by tle -departmenit how - much Sthe-l:would 'contribute towards ; the 'iextra cost -.30--offered £100. The .. diartment: naturally turned down the propoal" of thlcoun'eil, and during o-tiie=;,ec,.onidelasci conimencement with thei-w ork of ra...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN INTERESTING DAY NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

AN INTERESTING DAY . NURSERY. Minme. Carnot, the wife of t.e President of the French Republic, fieqouently visito a day nursery for poor, children initlihe Rue Bacon loaded with toys and n fresh fruits. The story of the :establishimeni of this charitable institution is ifull?i interest and pathos. Many years ago an ·only' chid,.aJ daughter, was born to a noble bt tpool: couple, the Count and Couintess of Ia? renceau. The girl was -beautifil andl a tractive, and became the pet 'of a.I large, circle of uncles, aunts, ind coiiins s-who all fell into the habit of giving hei birth day gifts of money,, whichiwas 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 ,iuoney and with it founded this asylum for the homeless babies of Paris in nmemtory 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: c...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MY LAST LODGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

MY LAST LODGERS. I livein a small chalet near the Lac du Bourget, about a mile from the baths of Aix, in Savoy. My husband died there, as youknow, 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, from 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 them were ! and how often have I experi enced a sense of relief when 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 guarde...

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

and TAYLOR.. ARMAI)ALE, D.F. Brick, nearly new, 6 rooms, tile roof, 4. minutes" sta tion, tO x 110; £740. Mitchell. and Taylor. CAULFIELD, splendid, D.? B. Villa, 6 rooms, Kooyong road,e tables, &r.; £500; absolute gilt.. Mitchell and Taylor, 394 Chapel street., TOOlLt, D.F. W.B.;6: rooms, 43 z 115, r.o.w., perfect order; £600. Mitchell and Taylor,.394 Chapel st. IIAWKSIURN, something special, Brick Villa, modern desig, tile roof 6 really nice rooms; 25/-; £700. Mitchell and Taylor, 394 Chapel st. ELSTERNVICK, , cheap proposition, D.F. 13., 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 PRALHRAN, 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. Mitch...

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

SANIIINGTLAM. The President (Mr. L. \ankervis) and comniitteo at Sandringham have issued-invitatiotis for Saturday, 26th, when Mr. '0. R. Snowball, M.L.A., will open the local r·cen. "The club is swinging alond easily with'the record of a successful season behind athem.

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

CTIEFIlNITAMI. The Cheltenham Club open their season this afternoon.at half-past two o'clock. All formality will ,e dispensed with, but the cl?bh have is suedl invitations to representatives froin, other clubs ix the district t6 at ten?h and take part ii a rink tourney. The green is loolhncr 'well, and the club are confildent of hai'ing ia suc cessful season in the .pennant compe tition.

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

BRIGITONe The Brighton Bowling season will. open sensat~onally, and pennant play ers are being faced with a set of cir stances that promises to be disastrous unless members keep their .heeds. Changes were made in the A team last week which caused a commotion for a time, and on the top of them it is now reported that a prominent skip has resigned, and his second man eliminated his 'name from the list of players. Following close upon this, it' has been rumoured that one of the rinks.will resign as a body. These internal troubles might be patched up when the time comes for the bowls to be grassed, but it is also understood that the scouts of certain notorious clubs for toutine for olavers:are ea deavouring to benefit by, and at the same time widen the breach in the Brighton ranks. A good many play ers will be glad when the ieason opens, and puts an end to bickering. The club made" good progress last season and it is to be regretted that a small change brought with;progress should devel...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOLY TRINITY, BALACLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

IOIY' T'lINIT'I, IBALACLA.1A. 'llie annual mieeting of the Holy Trinity Cricket Clubh was held in the 'Trinity School RIloom on Tucesday veniln. An ,nlthusinstit geathering of members attelted, and after the src retary had read the annual report, aml balance sheet a discussion took place as to how mans- teamsn the club sheulld enter in the ILD.C.A. It wafn finally dr ided to enter one team in the first gande, and although not a 'ery strong eleven is expected to be put into the field at present, it is hoped to lie improved as the season advances. T'he election of oEice-bearers (vice presidents and patrons were left in the hands of the coimmittee to be elected at a later date) resulted as follows: Presidenit, Rev. F. G. Masters; cap tain, M3r. E. Grigg ; vice-captain, Mr. 1. Barnet; joint secretaries, Messrs P. Hammond and J. Barnet; treasur cri' Mr. S. Duncan-; delegate, Mr. J. Barnet ; general contmittee, Messrs A. Grigg, C. Mather, E. Grigg, F. Har ey arid J. Barnet ; ?tch committe...

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

Th.sº.a HI~HCIIE. TT. afterwnrds prtictice Wick!ts g-ilII available..

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

EiPSTEIRNWICK. The Elternuwick Cricket Club desire it made knownl to all members and intending members that practice wick ets are now renadv, and it is to Le holed there will he a good attend once at the nets this afternoon. In addition, to the two turf elevens in the sub-district, the executive have entered; a matting team in the Brigh ton District Junior Competition. The annual meeting of the club will hbe held on the 29th inst.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. B.D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

ericket. The B.D.C.A. delegates met in the Brighton Town Hall annexe on Thurs day to receive entries -from clubs.. The entries were : First Grade.-Ellindale;, lighett, Sndringham, Cheltenham, HIampton, A.N.A., llrighton 4 Union. Brighton Congs, ElsteLrnwick, HIol Trinity. Second (Grade. --.ndringham, Ellin dale, Il-sternwick Methodist, P.-t.C., lhurlinghanm, St. Marv's. Third Grade.--St. Catherine's" Moor abbin, Ilurlingham, Male Street tetlih odist, Elsternwick Baptists, Iegent Park, Iighett, St. 3Mary's, Bentleigh MIethodists. 'Thd executive committee appointed were :-First grade, F. .Tohnson, J. A. Wood; second gsade, W. Bear, C. Pritehard, third grade, L. Draper, W. Boswell. The executive will meet on Monday to draw the first round, the season ope-ning on the first Satlrday in October. l)elegates meet on Thurs dlay, when all registrations inust be made and entrance fees paid. Secre taries of clubs are further notified that lists of mnembirs who did not pay their subscriptions la...

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

I ?,T ?E ' l Telephone J. W.GEORGE447Windsor Motor, Carriage and Lorry Builder. -TOTHIrNG BETTER. ONV ?HEEL , S IN S^ "' J,! a K -The Prize Lorry Buildar-Melbourno Show ant! All Principal Shows. LORRIES a SPEOIALTY(built o suit any purpose), DOUBLE & SINGLE : LORRIES, FARMERS' MARKEr GARDuERN'. WAG-ONS. FARBI DRAYS, TIP-DRAYS. j? TOTY JINKERS, THREE.QUARTER SHIF81 SULKIES, DOUBLE. SEATED BUGGIES, Or any class of Vehicles kept in Stoclk. S end for Catalogue and Price List. - - Cash or Terms can be arranged. -. 559 Church Street, East Richmond, Alelbourne. Private address; 203 Lennox Street, Riclimond' a . ddlery. Saddlery. addlery._ T. J. MAHONEY, .il e"" Pratlc Harness Makdlr- . - Established 35 years. All Classes of Work carefully and promptly done under my own supervisa i 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 description, of Sad...

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

BA:INES-SAUNI)EIS. At 'the Methodist Church, Tucker road, Bentleigh, on Wednesday, 12th .uglust, a quiet, but pretty wedding was celebrated, the contracting par ties being Mr. F. Baines, of Police road, iDandenong, third son of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Baines, of Melbourne, and Miss Mfarid Saunders, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Saunders, of kentlei'h, for many years a resident of Clayton. The church was Ibeautifully decorated for orme-? t~ eremony. krd ".ý ton presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father. was beautifully uownel in white silk crepe de chene, the bodice being of silk shaldow lace nnbroiderdn with pearls, the skirt bIing draped on the hips : the train was of brcaendeti crlepe kd ehene, lined with swansdofwn and or nanwited with oranoe blossom. Ilfer veil was of net, and.was hand-worked in point Lice I"b a friend of the bride. anl it was arranged in mob cup fashion with a spra'- of oran(;e blos sons. She carried a hoop of white carnation...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOCCER. JUNIOR CUP FINAL. SANDRINGHAM WIN THE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

: nr"n last.:isee, Sanrini. ia7 ; :ere thI final for the' citi, and not, the senltin'l orthic lid calemie, .as: stated lasrst i ;ks ',o th'ey placed the follow ing eleven ainst Fo.otscray Thiitles: Pe hgliam, :;?-It. ;Cani, Saunders, Mieiziee," n rrTeret, Andreaws,. Manger, · tAll~', Y2 Cal: (capt.), F. Allan, Overet"' Referie, Mr. Downie. Cann son` the toss, and decided to play agaiiist the wind. The game startesi in .real Cupl-tic fashion.. lan ger, on tile left, carried the -leather to Cann, who manoiuered well, but the move ws- defeated. The Thistles were esaer anid often two men were on the hbal. It was no easy matter to stave ofi the Scotchman's attack. Battlihng against the Wind. the seasiders were making good headway, and a plass from Andrews saw F. Allan racing to wards the Thistles' goul. Overett se cured and lshot, but the try lacked sting, .and the goalie cleared with C1an11 onr top o(f him. A minute, later at corner kick lproved fruitless, Manger cending hldind. Sandrin...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x