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Football FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. A KEENLY CONTESTED FINAL. GAME. MOORABBIN PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

Foot ball iFEDERLL AASSOCIATION. A KEENLY CONTESTED FINAL. S GAME. . 3I00RABBIN PREMIERS. The final game of the Federal Coan petition was played on Saturday at Cheltlenalu in the presence of a good gatheriin of the public: The compet ing teams were Caulfield and, Moorab hin, and the game resultedi anter an interesting display, in favour of the Inlter b v a margin of eight points. The teams.were: . '.. OORABI3 N., aIek--.Sanlon,-L. RIolent, Clayton. iFalf-back-C: v-Byrie; Smith;- Giles. Centre-Stone,- Styles, lAjani.a Ialf-forwardti? :t . ya, A Dawson, ci llIds -. Forward-- heeler- Green, -B. .ioleit. Followa-Rs-, Itiawion Lynch : Rov'r--D. Byrhe:.-' - CAULFIELD. ltack-l 'inley; Moorhead, Plnaimer. IIalf-l?ack-L. Briatow, Da)ahiel, Han sen.,. Cenitre- St therland, DI Bowen. Bulrke. . . , I'ralf-fairard-Jones, -W. -i Bristow, Mills. Forward-Drummini d, UC. Boweu. Mfoorb. . Followers-H?ickey,: Corliss. Rover--Young. With the wind "llowini across the groxind 'nither side wvas put to ' a...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Bargaining in Algiers. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

largainlng In Algiers. -You select your goods with slow de liberation, pile them up together casu ally in a little heap, eye them askance with an inquiring glance, and take a eontemplative pull or two at the inspir ing weed in solemn silence. Mahomet Ali responds with a puff from his cigar ette in grove concert. Then you walk once or twice up and down the piazza slowly, and jerking your head with care less ease in the direction of your selected pile, you inquire as if for abstract rea sons merely, in an off-hand tone, your Moslem friend's lowest cash quotation for the lot as it stands. Two hundred francs is the smallest price. Mahomet Ali paid far more than that himself for them. lie sells simply for occupation, it would seem. "Look at the work, monsieur. All graven brass, not mere repousse metal or real old chain slick,, alike on both sides-none of your.wretched, common. place, modern machine made embroid Yon smile incredulously, and remarl with a wise nod that your Moslem friend m...

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IF I WERE THE CZAR. It I were the Czar. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

S WI WERE THE CZAR sr s. w, ,oa.* S i I were the Czar, i wouln't slend to Siberia Every man I could And whom I thought my superior, Wouldn't padlock the lips of my best men 0i letters. Flog women to death, and put old men in f~t. -. tern; And I wouldn't ride around in a'powdo-proof If I were the Czar. -woldrole nI wero the Czar. -[wouldrule so benignly " "'. That men would all say, 'Why, you're doloi finely I . o Fo I'd drive all the men who say, in hot. - weather, Is this hot enough?" in the river together;: And rd ltthem cool off while I giggled, 'Ie5 If I were the Czar. :-* I Ir were the Ozar,. And eould rule rbitrary, And Impoe my commands upon Tom, Dcak, I would drie a sharp, slick, and slaughter-ia' ight through the left ear of my dfte-playing i?- nelghbor, "ad then cury his scalp on my triufamphal car - I I Iwere the Czar. I I were the Czar, And wanted to snore, Aond my rve o'olock.neighbor got out his lawn ..mower, And went rattling around while his neighborc Swere sleeping,...

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Severance. REVIVING THE SANDRINGHAM AGITATION. CONFERENCE OF DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS CALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

Severance, REVIVING TUE SANDRINGHAM AGITATION. CONFERENCE OF DISTRICT PRO. lGRESS ASSOCIATIONS CALLED. ":''he .mbost important matter disf cussed at the monthly meeting of the Sandriinghirn Progress Association on Monday was a notice of motion by the sacretary, Mr. Weston, that the Association should approve of the. severance of the Sandringham district fromn the Shire of Moorabbin arid its creation into a separate municipality. 3Ir. Weston said that he had bieen approached by rapresentatives off thei Black Rock and llampton Associa tions, who ask'd that the association should nm:e severance the chief plank in their' platform. iMr. Mealy.-You should have started six months ago. Mr. Weston.-We will give you a chance later on. Mr. Soffa did not think thev couild do anything. lie suggested that a public meatinrg ahouldh be called so us tb get the views of the residents. He considered that nine-tenths of .thae population were in favour of sever ante. In previous years there had not been...

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

F or Warmth and o -ecomfort. Use a Kerosene Heater. No. 101, Ruby Front,17/. - o. 120, Ruby Front, 19/ -No. 120, icsa Front, 18/. - One-Fire Stoves, 45/ ' The l?atador " Handsome Finish, 32/6. Incandescent, Burnors; Mantels'and Fittings. Gas and Electric Lighting Installed. ',rden Tools, Seccateurs; . 'from-!/- t?o 10/ Spades from 2/11 3/6, 416::. Shovels from 3/6, 3/9, 4/6.. HARDWOOD; FLOORING, LININbG, WEATHERBOARDS RED GUM, PALINGS, LATHS, LIME, CEMENT AT . ' TICITY PRICES. ,~ J J. WEBSTER TIMBER MERCHANT and IRONMONGER, Opposite STATION,, ELSTERNWICK And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. ` '"*" * . - .M".. C··-·····..".wý..ý. r."... .M.... .p...nM"\"....W....."... M"....... ...1 . J. H-. JEFFEBSON Timber Merchants Firewood and Fuel Merchant;, Ironmonger, Builder and Contractor. . . : TIMBElR.-Flooring, Weatherboard, Oregon, Doors,' Sashes,. Mouldin"g; 'Posts, Rails, IPalings, Pickets,' Fencing Material, Laths, etc.; etc. EARTI'IIENWARE AND AGRICULTURAL PIPERS,-Gutter Bricks Gairden Edging, Ti...

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Local Weddings DOWIE—BESWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

EC0al Wedlldi DOWIE-IIESWICK. A pretty nedding was celebrated at the Methodist Church, Sprinrvale, on Wednnesday. 19th Anusust, by the: Rev J. Trnthnm, of l)andenong, the con. tracting parties being 'Mr. W. I1. )owie, of Oakleigh, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dowie, of Clunes, and Esther Annie leswick, second eldest daughter of Mrs. E. Simpson and the late Mir. Emanuel kBewick. Thie church was prettily decorated for the oceasion. Miss Florrie Mariquis presidcd -at the-organ, and as the bride entered the church The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden was sung. and the Wedding March was played as the bridal- party left the church. The bride, who was given away - b her brother-in-law, -Mr. .1. Saunders. looked pretty in a dress of white silk igtlred , voile. She woie the usual Swrrhth and veil, and carried a beauti fill bounuet of real orange blossom. white hyIacinths, white sarsaparlla, and aspuraglus fern, with satin stretam inrs, to which small horseshoes were attached (designed by Miss N....

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SANDRINGHAM RATEPAYERS' LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

SANIRINGIIAM JRATEPAYERS' LAMIfNT. Oh ! Pilot, 'twas a chilly night, When you stood on the deck. And told the "hundred" trembling souls, About the awful wrerk You said the cruiser had gone down, Beneath the "Western" wave, And of the crew sad passengers, But thirty-five could save. Those thirty-fire most happy are, There's not the slightest doubt; And all the h sndrels.ot their friends, Hooray I .re sure to shout. You said that fourteenn and five, Were sailing ori thebb deep, When six eirht five weontdown, The fishes for to keep. The captain of the sanken boat, Stood shivering on our side, And vouched his deepest "sympathy" For allwho thius had dialf. Alas ! he said that men. were soft, Especially those at Highett, For any raft that comes along Should l ive their lives to try it. Alas ! for lampton's dizzy heights, When on her conning towers, Three admirals annd the bravest knights, Should view the world as "ours.' They won't agre. just wait and sea Upon a single move: But just stan...

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THE JOKER'S BUDGET. JESTS AND YARNS BY FUNNY MEN OF THE PRESS. The Wilderness of Lies—In the Gloaming—Shoes for a Family—Condition of Business, etc., etc. THE INVENTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

THE JOKER'S BUDGET. JESTS AND YARNS BY FUNY MEN OF THE PRESS. The Wilderness of Lies - In the Gloaming-Shoes for a Family--. Condition of Business, etc., etc. THE IYVEr?on. "Keep still nod stop y'ur fidgoling and listen now, my son. This story of good Joshua is only just be " Don't li it," crossly said the boy, kept in against his will, " 'Cause he's the man who first invented making sons stnnd still." [Texas Siftings. A "OasMAiT" ANSWER TURNETHI AWAY OASE Customer-How do you sell sugar this monling, Mr. Scales? Grocer-B- y the pound, sir, same as always. Customer-We'l, as I ant two pounds this morning, I guess I'll go across the way to Mr. Counter's.-[Judge. DERIVATION OF A NAME. Miss Hempsted (as" the. dog-eart breaks down)-I hope you are not hurt, uncle. Uncle Corbett-I'm alive, Helen, an' now I guess I know why you called this thing a trap. CONDITION oF BUSINESS. Rng Picker .(to undertaker) How' trade? Undertaker-Dead. How's your's? Iisag Picker-Picking up.: . I aml ying Egypt, ...

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Brighton's Band. ANNUAL MEETING NEXT TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Brightont's an al ANU\ L L .IfEETIN\G NEXT TUES DAY. Members of the Brighton Brass Uand and the,public generally are reminded that the first annual meet ing of the band takes place next Tuvsday at the Town Hall.. The business set down for the evening is the election of officers and adoption of the report and balance sheet. The band is established on a sound foot ing, and under the tuition of Band masitr Glenn the bandsmen have Imale excellent progress with their playing. It only requires the sup 'ort of the residents to make the hland on of the leading institutions in the metropolis, and it is desirable that there should lie a large attend ance at Tuesday's meeting.!

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

Brighton court At the flr; liton Court yesterday, bciorc r. Cohn. P.3Cf., and 31r. Th ,mson, I.'., John "Rlalph .w as rh'ra,,l with stealing a hat :valuedl at :a'- front P. J. Noonan at Briglitdn lt,chll on Sundax, -13th. Sret. Elliott explained that the itr-lin_ constable was unable to at t',,n :a= he was in the depot hospital, whilst the informant also.did not ap ar. 3Mr. Noonn .hnad ifornied ;Con st?u?l -Allan that whilst' he was at Hn: r"s tearooms acclsed took away his hat. ('ontanle Allan foind the as-".,l in the nardens, hilt he denied Iha i', been at the refredhment rooms. l? liF searched the hat was fomid in his Iilp pcket. - .\,nsed. who had been" in gao: for a wick, was discharged. SI.) .\Y A. T BRIGHTON IEACTH. •jlhn lluchan was chargeld with iusing. ,s,-n,. langun?e at the Briglhtfn l,otac station na Sunday last.t -l-ridnce was given byl railway of fircials that accused was -in company with a number of young men -who counnronced to pull of -advertisement - Wl,?. When on...

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

putting p aTigb 11M lB UBIN COUNCIL INCIDENT. t'l.r.0KolCERS v.: STOXEWAL'IERS. The Moorabbin Council are prepar ing a by-law for.the licensing of hack aey carriages that ply for.hiro out side the limits of'tho Melbourno Hack. ney Carriage Committee. The draft regulations were submitted to the Council on Monday evening, and they nmet with a very mixed reception. The proposed by-law comprises no les, than 42 clauses, but the council lol p.ionuscuolusly selected clause 7, which dealt with fees to be paid, for colsideration, instead of commencing from the beglnnlng. It was explained that the object of the by-law was to license cabmen who risite?l the district on race days in great numbers. Previously, these cab mlen took out a stage carriage licenise at. the Cheltenham Court, the fees from which went to the Crown, but about 5 vears ago, Cr. Mills indicated to the Coauncil a means whereby the Council could issue the licenses and retain the fees. When the clause was being dealt with, the...

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

First and Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher, New St. Brighton 'Phone 1245. Established 1860 ~ MEETINGS. BENTLEIGH CRICKET CLUB. A MEETING will be held at the Residence of Mr. H. Dodson, Marion St., Bentleigh, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914, At 8 p.m. Business.-Election of Captain and Vice-Capt., Secretary, '1resident and Committee. All intending players and members are requested to attend and support the local team. II, DODSON, Ilon. Sec; (Pro. Tem.) BRIGHTON DISTRICT BRASS BAND. MEMBERS are reminded that the ANNUAL MEETING of the Band takes place on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT at the TOWN HALL, at S P.m1. Cr. Thos. Wilson, president, will preside. BUSINESS Election. of Officers. Report and Balance Sheet., And and other Business that. may be brought forward. Notice of Motion by-Mr. N. L. Or ford to alter rule 4, whereby com mittee may'consist of 16 in lieu of 10 as it present. Members are requested to induce their friends to attend and become members. Menmbers subscriptions are now due. H. J. TIH...

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

Football. --*-~% 'FEDERAL FOOTBALL ASSOCIA TION. An extraordinaiT meeting of thle . sociation was held at Moorabbin on Tuesday night there being a s.mall t tendance oldelegates. Correspondence was received from umpire 3IcKunnon. asking for a reference re hij nmpiring for thie season. It was moved and car ried that he be given same. It is ln" derstood that he is going to apply for a position as umpire to the ictorian Football Association. The president briefly complimented Moorabbin and Elsternwick on their victory in gain ing the premierships in-thI A and 11 grades. Owing to the bad state of the weather the gate was only £u 3s 3d at the final match on Saturday. It is most probable that lo dividends will be given this year, owing to the small gates. £5 5s was voted to the secretary, Mr. McCart, and £1 s to the treasurer, Mr. Hogan. /Mordialloc footballers visit'd 3l' larat last Saturday, and were defeatd by a combined team drawn from the "C" grade thle scores being:--lolla? 6.11 (17)...

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

laulfield Council. :The fortnightly meeting of the Caul field Council on Tuesdav wasne attenided liy the Mayor (Cr. Eggleton), and Crs. 'turphi. Hall, iitchen, Fiske, .Jldrriyi Clharles," King, Brookshnw, Tiner, and Thomson. RESTRICTING SETPLELMENT. Th'le Bonrd of Works intimated' that the cost' of laying a main in St. Hlu bert's road would be. £115, and the Present revenue was £815/-. They anl.o mentionedi that all the houses ini the street were at present supplied. Cr. Thomson thousght that the rev enue was sufficient to pay for the laying of the main. Hie knew of several people who would build as soon as the water main was laid. Some of the owners had gone to the expense of puttimir down reticulation pipes from tho nearest main. It was wtong of the Board to throw dust in the eyes of the Council. It seemed strange that in other municipalities in streets where there were only two or three houses that the water was provided. That was evidence that the members on the Water Supply Cnl...

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

Severance. DISCUSSION AT BLACK ROCK. SEPARATION PREFERRED TO. A FIFTH RIDING. BOTH PROPOSALS DISCUSSFD. A special mneetin; of the Black RIock Progress League was held at theRoy ston Tearooms last Saturday evening, for' the iurpose of discussing the sev erance question, in view of a red?ucst from the Sandringham Association that. they should appoint delegates to attend a conference to consider the intter. Mr. J. T. I. Beck occupied the chair, and owing to various other gatherings there were only ten mem hers present. EXPLANATIONS. The chairman mentioned that in the Chelsea paper it was reported that Mr. .3ortiimore, on behalf of the Black lock Progress League, had informed the. Sandringham League that Black Rock residents ere ready for sever ance,, He soiihil like. to ask Mr. Nllr timii'e if he had made such a state sent. " " Mr.. Mortimore sdid that he was iu orrectly reported. 1What he had stated "?as tfiat he would be seeing some of the Black. Rock people on Wednesday, and wduld i...

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

WANDERING CATTLE .AD ST:R?I-' INC SHEEP. Messrs J. Connor and JI. Reid noti fled that they were ilepasturing starv ing stock on the Talbot Estate until they received notice from the Lands Iepartment starving stock pastures -were, available. The Council derided to take no ac tion. Later on in tho niceting the inspce tor applied for orders to prosecute against owners of wandering stock, amongst the latter being a. irs. Cooper. Cr. Keing did inot thiink that the Council should take action against Mrs. Cooper, seeing that the cattle were on the I.ebassa Estate. Cr. llall.-Where are you going to draw the line ? Cr. King said that it had already bean done in regard to the sheep. The Talbot Estate was not aecurely fenced tnnd vet the Council allowsed the own er of the.sheep off. Cr. Kitchen.-The sheep do not do as much harm as cattle. Cr. King.--What harm do cattle do ? Cr. Kitchen.-Frighten people going to Mass. (Laughter). Cr. King said that the sheep were not starving; they were fit to ...

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

Poster Ball SUCCESSFUL GAT1IEI luNG AT BENrTLI:GH. A poster and fancy dress lball wis held. at Bentleigh-on Wednesday even ing in connection with the effort that is being made to .wipe off the liability on the recreation reserve. The public hall was uncomfortably filled with dancers and onlookers, and, as a result of the gathering, it is expected that the fund will benefit to the extent of £11. The majority of dancers were in plain dress, but those who appeared in fancy costumes made an effective display as they whirled round the room to the music of O'Brien's band. Dur ing the interval refreshments were served, and the judges-Cr. Macartney and Mr. J. H. Butler-announced the awards. Altogether the evening was a pronounced success. The winners of the prizes were-Poster, Miss McNeil (Weekly Times) and Mr. D. Hannaford (Rasaw:atte Tea); fancy, Miss E. Stok kam (Queen of the Roses) and Mr. J. Hanson (Weary Willie). Others who took part in the dis play were-Poster, Miss F.. Burgess (Tam ...

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

ROYAL XCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPO IATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Accidenv Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRIC. AGENCIES. t?I1ll'TON-S. .. Simmionds, LitaLte Agent, Bay S treet. M?I)l. Illll RIlITON-Contor and Aliord, Estate A,_e.nts, Church Street ST'. KIlI)A--.rince and Co., Estate Agents, 25(; high Sireet. SkDiINGASI-Round and Co., Estate Agents, Melrose Street. CAULIELD-Hlarold Looker and Co., Estate Avents, opposite Station7' ljAl;i)r..Ai LE--l'housouu ad tolluinson, I'.Es tut Agents, uuardenvule. BAIA(l.'AVA-A. E. Forster. Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street. JELSTI.:IR\ICI-Beer, 3lotts and Jolmson, Estate Ag,?.lts, Glenhunltly Rd. ly Road. WAR NEWS, THE SIEGE OF TROY'S] Sig Tfur r Warehouse FOR BARGAINS and GOOD FURNITURE Troys' Can Hold Out. and DEFY COMPETITION, At 177 GREVILLE STREET (opp..TOWN HALL, PRAHRAN.) THIOY'S Ihave a large Stock to choose from in English Dresigns--Walnut a...

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

The War RED CROSS CONCERTS. BRIGHTON. The Brighton Town Hall was well filled on Tuesday week when a con cert was given in aid of the local branch of the Red Cross Society. 'The programme, which was arranged by the Orpheus Quartette, was well received, the.various items being par ticularly appropriate to the occa sion. " Mr. Weston Pett was a suc cess in his .humourous items, and es jecially in the flute 'solos, whilst Mr Percy Goodle -was heard to advan tage on the violin, "The Absent Minded Beggar," which was contri buted by Mrs. Moffat, appealed to the audience, as the wording was altered so as to be applicable to the Australian Expeditionary Force. The Orpheus Quartette (Miss A. Far quhar, Miss M. Lawrence, Mr. L. Rossiter, and Mr. R. Hamblet) sang four numbers sweetly, and their vari ous solos were appreciated. The building was decorated with flags, and boy scouts acted as ushers. Members of the committee in nurse's uniforms.disposed of sweets. -The en tertainment resulted in th...

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

The War THE PATRIOTIC FUND. The Mayor of BIrighton (Cr. S. Dutton Green) acknowledges receipt of subscriptiongs to the various funds set out hereunder: Amount previously acknow ledged, £273/3/9. of which has been remitted to the Lord. Mayor ...£........301 16 5 Day I Labor Staff Briphton Town Council, second in ment ... - .... 112 0 £306 8 5

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