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The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Set all the ends' thou aim'ste at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's.. SATUPDAY, SEriTEMBER .26, 1014. DistrictNews BRIGIITON. On the evening of last Saturday at the N...Brighton Men's Club, M~r. Chas.. Dillon gave an excellent recital. 'Macbeth" was chosen for the occa sion, and from the commencement to the end of a long and exhausting effort for the artist, the keenest interest was 'maintained. Mr. Dillon lives in all his characters, and especially thrilling was the banqueting scene. The only regret was that many more dlid not avail themselves of the opportunity of the club to hear so interesting a recital, given by one of our best exponents of Shakespeare. MIr. Dillon's repertoire is an extensive one, and whether lie appears in tragedy, comedy or drama, his versatility enables him to hold his audience in rapt attention. It is only hoped that further opportunity will be given to hear Mr. Dillon at a later The Elsternwick P]ark Comnuittoe have agreed to the suggestion of the ...

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

BRIGHTON RIFLES. (Band Fund). (46th Regiment). Amount previously acknowledg ed ... .. 33 2 3 £32 2 3

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

:;.THREE MEDICAL WINTER! . . REMEDIES. " poster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAR REMEDY. It does not merely relieve a Cough, but it gives, immediate.: e :. relief, and rem oves the cause, is . -O S:'OiC::''::E , :FOR LOSS OF VOICE,. . i,: i HOARSENESS, CHEST AFFECTIONS, ,c. FOSTER'S n 1sion of Cod ir Olii With Hypophosphites of Lime -&-Soda. Pure & Palatable. FOR PULMONARY AFFECEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. 15. 6d. Foster's Record Embrocation ForRheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Spraiins, c. . R cases of Deep-seated Cests .Colds it is applied with advaintage, w- i Fosters Pharmacy Church Street,.Middle Brighton - Telephone 1125 Brighton. iosphertic incubator. No Tanks to Rust, Leak or Burn Out,will last a L ifetime. \ - . T. - ' `..:" Y•:?.? :, i• -ii : ; , T wI o Church Street, M'iddle Brighton, March nd, 1914.:: To ThoSwan Incubator Co. (MIr. G. Kenner) Dear Sir,--Its with much pleasure that-I write you with referenca to the Swan Incubator. I had four of th...

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

The QUALTY BAtc.her--K. Morrison BAY ST., BRI.TON, 0- b Morro -nC/r, Hampton St. T?I. 227 Brighton. HToward Weber, Painter, S- aperhanger, REASONABLE PRICES. OF " .. - General Renovators WALL; PAPER. 7 WORK DONE House EPIENDIL VAI:IEn3 Decorator, IN ALWAYS ON HAND. and ALL SUBURBS. Repairer. Hawthorn Road: Brighton Gardeners I WATFRTIG0lITS and BLUUHERS. The Best in. Quality means the Beat Wear and the most 'Comrort. The Best is Always the Cheapest., TCHARMAN J, T. MATTHEWS, ROAD, KEPA S TE BEOST -GIVE HI A TRY. -K":EEPS T" i:EST--? .E HI3L A TRY. To the General Public of Cheltenham and District.-Two things worth Remembering'-. T. MATTHEWS 1.-Has an up-to-date Stock' at your doors. 2.- Skilfu! and Tradesamanlike Repairing a Specialty with him. W. H. Nicholson begsto' intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Disto~i" that he ha' Opened a Store at Glen -luntly (Latie tundy), and has a" Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironinongory. The Favor of...

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

Wandering Cattle. CAULFIELD COURT. On the information of G. S. Kent a iltunber of cases were heard beloro Messrs C. D. Lloyd (chairman), Ldng, Cox and Seagrave, .1's.P., at the Caulfield Court hiast week. George )aly, an old offender, was charged with having been the owner o a bull that was wandering in Wiaora road Olficer Wielev found the animal out side the residence of Mr. Murray. He was charged several times, but even tually drove it to the pound. I)lfedant.-How old was the bull; wasn't he a calf ? ]Witness.--No, lie was fll grown; about two years old. Daly said the bull was inipounded before. and it had cost him.2/6i in IRichmond, 5/- in Prahran, and 6/6 nt Caulfield. lIe thought the Caulfield charge was too much. Hq had sinceo sold the bull and had only got £2L for it. A full-grown bull would have brought CS. Mr. Murray had told him Mr. Lloyd would not be too hard on him.. (Laughter.) The chairman, in fining the defend nnt 10/- with 2/6 costs, said that ihe was getting off lig...

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

Brighton Council JTh ::.nydr (Cr. S. Dutton Green) presided?.overa full attendance of Brightdo oiunecillors at the fortnight I- meeting ,eld on Monday. HMII I?lT REQUIREfMETS. The ailcthig consulting engineer (Mr. H E. Coa;- e) reported that it was iece>ary for. thle. proper drainage of idouses : in Eliden street to construct a dirain' along and under a reserve provided :1 for:: the putrlose, and the cost (I:£S) should be charged against thoe ,ilhitting owners. Mr. 'Coaue also recommended that a lande off' Male street, on the west side, near Churcli st., Ib paved the full width. ST. KILDA STREET. The engineer reported that St. Kil da street (Bay street to North road) had riot beren. metalled on the east side of the trum line. It was not in tended:c to' b' driven upon,- and was bt: ehannelled. in parts. It was pro posed to discuss the matter of metal lint and channellinir the whole length of St. Kilda street when funds were anailable. At the request of Cr. Strong the euuineer unde...

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

VIITCHELL aTd TAYLOR. IpIIAALE, D.F. Brick, nearly new, 6 rooms, tile roof, 4 minutes" sta tion, 40 . 110: £740. Mitchell.and Taylor. CttULFIELD, splendid D.F. B. Villa, 6 rooms, Kooyong road, stables, &c. £500; absolute gift. Mitchell snd Taylor, 394 Chapel street. TOOI??l, D.F. W.B., 6 rooms, 45. x 115, r.o.w., perfect order; £690. 1 itchell and Taylor, 394 Chapel st. iAWIKSBURN, something special, Brick Villa, modern design, tile roof 6 really nice rooms; 25/-; £700. Mitchell and Taylor, 394 Chapel st. ELSTERNWICK, , cheap proposition, D.F. B., 6 rooms, beautifnl order, nice grounds : only £675. Mitchell and Tayl,or, 394 Chapel street. T00ORAK, Brick Cottage, 4 rooms and conveniences, 19 x 87 ;,let 14/-; £400 Mitchell and-Taylor. EAST PRAIIRAN, semi-detached front, 5 rooms, conveniences, 35 x 150; would let '17/6; £415. Mitchell and Taylor, 30k Chapel street. BALACLAVA, exquisite little home, 4 rooms, conveniences. 5 minutes eta tion; £410, £40 deposit. Society book balan...

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

FWlp'trýý Cmw Mill avrd Tihnbe Yard. Ivervthing' at MAlbnnrne PriceR. MapcDherion a Ii Lawrie.. Middle Rrighton. TeIeoh'ne 45 Doherty & o. 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, :, . Are now Showing Full Ranges of NEW SSpring Goods V ' .' : . in all.Departments. .. S:Ladies are requested to place .: there orders for Dressmaking .: : : and-Millinery, so as : to avoid dissappointment Agents for the Celebrated Classic and Formesse Corsets. (English Manufacture). 125;127. gen iunt1y I oad, Elsternwlck. 'Phone-Windsor 2087. :The I.X.L. Drapers. (Registered). 129 Church Street, Middle Brighton. SPRING SHOW LATEST NOVELTIES IN SPRING MILLINERY and UNDERCLOTHING Wednesday, 26th August and Following Days. Ladies and Children's Dressmaking a Specialty. NOTE ADDRESS: I.X.L. (Regd.) c/r CHURCH A MALE STS., SMIDDLE BRIGHTON. One minute from Station. 'PHONE 5324. . Percy Bingeman (27 Years with Gaunt's) Ophthalmic Optician, LONDON HOUSE, : 97 Elizabeth St. (Next Equitable Building). -UPST...

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

Moorabbin .Council. The ordinary meeting of the Moor abbin Council was held on Monday, when the President (Cr. .T. L.,Smith) and Ore. Schdds, White, Kelly, Macart nev, 3tarriott, Mills, Eggleston, Fer dinanrio, and Farrant attended. IIIGITETT RAILWAY FACILITIES. Mr. 0. R. Snowball. 3.L.A., inti mated that the Commissioners could not see their was to place a man. in charge at llighett., as since the last occasion when the matter had been considered there had been little in crease in traffic. The expense incurred would not be justified. They also pointed out that they were unable to grant the request thit the station should be openel for esneral goods. as Cheltenham. 1:} iiples awny, and .ltoorabbin, one mile away, were both available andl the residente were bet ter served than some of the subutae nearer the city. FIRE STATION WANTED AT HAMI.PTON. The Hampton P'roercss Associatio notified that members were becoming alarmed at the risks ftlum fire through the district being so thickly ...

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THE TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

TILE TEAMS. The teams competing in the fancy dress football match are : FOOTBALLERS RAG-TIME WED DING PARTY. Minister-P. H. Pullman. Bridegroom.-R. Monkhouse. Bride.-W. E. Hawley. Best Ham.-F. Turnbull, Bridesmaid.-J. Doolan. Bridesmaid.--H. Lee. Bridesmaid.-I. Seach: Groomsman.-E. Wilson: Trainbcarer.-J. Edwards.. Trainbearer.-H. Taylor. Bride's Fathhr-F. Comer. Bride's Mother.-M. Seach. Bridegroom's Father.-W. James. Bridegroom's Mother.-J. Eldred. Bride's Sister-J. Knighton. Bride's Grandfather.-W. Male. Bridegroom's Brother.-F. Negro. Worn-out Footballer.-W. P. Fran cis. The wedding ceremony is to take place in the arena at 2.15 sharp. BAND TEAM. D. Brigden, Drum Major (one of the Crooks). H. J. Thoms, Captain (Who's the Lady) ?) , A. E. Brown (Her Pal-the Gold Sneak). II. C. Costelloe (What am I Offer ed ?-Bass land Vile). E. Harding, Vice-Capt. (Violin), G. H. Alford (No Vice-Viol Out). F. Ruddle (Stockman). - C.. Alford, junior (Full of Vice Clarionst). A. Cuthbert (Vice-Rega...

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Poultry. THE VICTORIAN POULTRY JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Poultry, TIIE VICTORIAN POULTRY JOUR NAL. An interesting contribution to-the literature of the feathered world is to be found .in the nelyv-established "Victorian Poultry .Tournal," thesec ond issue of which is to hand. The editor, M3r. It. V. Hawkins, is well knowri in this locality and.throughout the State, and his eleven years ex perience in the capacity of Govern ment Poultry Expert shliuld enable him to gauge fairly accurately "what the' public want" in the way, of poul try ipformation. The publication purports to deal. almost exclusively with the utilitarian aspect of the in lustry, and should .be a source of help to the amateur poultry keeper. whose naure is LeIion. Two interest ing items that call for attention in the current issue are copy of the regu!ations for the proposed world's regg-laying competition at San Fran risco Exhibition, and an article, on "Pigeons for Profie," and in "addition there is an abundance of reliable in formaiion, sich as should put the in ifuirer ...

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The Dairy. PARTURIENT APOPLEXY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

The Dairy. PARTURIENT APOPLEXY. Parturient Apoplexy, also called Silk-Fover, Dropping . after Calving. &c., Is a disease of cows, more es. pecially of milking breeds; and chiefly occurs at the time when they have at tained their fullest milking capacity. It has been recognised for generations and has been a fruitful cause .of loss to the agricultural community, . the deaths in many instances averaging from 40 to 60 per cent. of all cows attacld. Symptoms. The disease generally commences within 12 to 46 hours after, an easy partarition, but it may be delayed for a few days longer. In only extremely rare cases has it come on preceding parturition, or later than six . days afterwards. The first noticeable feature is sud den cessation of feeding, rumination, sad lacteal secretion, with uneasiness, moaning, dull expression of the eyes, paddling of the hind legs, rapid breath mag, swaying from side to side, knuck ling over of the fetlocks. Later on the caw drops prostrate. This ma...

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Soccer. SECOND DIVISION SEMI-FINAL. SANDRINGHAM v. THISTLE A. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

srCon Pii\ lS o` sr IIri\ :> . SANlinPT\GITA3 . THISTMT ' A. le: above :teams: ;I net at Faulkier Park last week'- to decide who would enter -, the ,-[hiil .aguinst ; Footscrny Thistles?'l .When' the -whistle went 1 |honours ",?ere' eCven, 'nitheri side scer ing: so Referree Gregory iordered an ex ira. half-liiur' . to -be pjlayed, Sand riiham emerg igvictorious by ..one goal to nil.

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WITH THE CHELTENHAM RIFLEMEN. AT THE MILITARY PATRIOTIC CARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

WIt' ThllE C( :IIl;l'ENIiA.LI ItIFI:E AT THE .MILIITIARY P.\TRIOTIC CARItIVAL.. Fromt the soles of-their Hloots to the crownl of each head. Our Ioys were filled with bubbling patriotism and militarv ardour last Saturday week. and the chest expanision of some of the smaller men was remarkable. We had put in a glood afternoon at Port Melbourne, breaking in new talent. and a much hotter time at Hooker's (nfe. Suwanston street, and .at t6.4 nmade tracks for the rendezvosou. feel ing ans fit na an anient Cremtons iddle. 'I 'Shun I . ihaled Captain Hubert.. and. yet again, 'Shun! but it was hard work to shun the saucy eyes of the niany pretty wounrn in Alm.endra avenue, uinder the strong electric light glare. The transitory emotions up on the face o oeach man were curious to watch-some looked wicked and leery (these men came from,. Mordial loc), others calm and holy (these were rrom Cheltenhan), and others had a painful, petrified smtile (these were "luuonadeo and cloves" chaps). The "mai...

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Electric Trams. THE CAULFIELD SYSTEM. EXTENSION TO POINT ORMOND. AND DUPLICATION OF ELSTERNWICK LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

lectric Cralms S.TIIHE CAULFIELD SYSTEM. EXTEN ION TO. rOINT'ORMOND. nAND DUP LICATION OF ELSTERN WiCK, LIINE. At .the. Ciaulield Council on Tues day evening Cr. King?,presentative on:.: the ;Tramways Trust, reported that.the trust had decided to pro ceed ;:witli thle construction of the line to- Pointe Ormonid,- and also the duplication of the track westerly from the, junction of Glenhuntly, and ed.for the .oirk, and tenders would probably be iniited in about a fort Hawthorn roads. Plans were prepar nigliht's time. , He mentioned that in regard to ,the construction of the Malvern road line fhe, trust had .ar cepted tenders, but in view of :the unsettled state of affairs, the tender ere.had. been given an opportunity to withdraw, and they had done so. Fresh" tenders were invited, with the result that the new tender accepted was £2,000 lower than the previous one. The trust recognised that they would have to look forward to a bad time, but nevertheless consider ed that the Elsternwic...

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RIFLE CLUB PROPOSAL. MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

RItFLE CLUB PROjOSAL.. MOORABBIN. At the 3?orabbin Council meeting on Monday evening Cr. Kelly moved on notice of. motion that the council take steps to form a rifle club in the shire. Cr. Kelly said thnat at this particular time in the nation's affairs, it was important that -all young men should learn how to handle t Wgun and also 'to shoot. Cr. Ferdinando did not think it would be wise to take action, seeing that.the various townships were so far apart. He preferred to see each district have its own club. This view was supported by Cr. White, and the council resolved not to take any action at present. SANDRINGUAM. A meeting pf persons interested in the formation of a rifle club was held at Sandringham on Monday evening, andabout 20 attended; Suf ficient members have been enrolled to form a,club, but it.is desirable to have a strong club, which gives a useful 'accomplishment in the hand ling of the modern magazine rifle, and every member an opportunity to bd prepared to defend his...

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ROUNDING OFF THE CORNERS. CAULFIELD COUNCIL TAKES ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

ROUNDING. OrFF TIE CORNERS. CAULFIELD COUN\IL TAKES ACTION. The Caulfield Cdouncil recognise the danger that will exist at the corner of Hfawthorn and Glenhuntly roads when the tram traffiec is increased, and elso..when the line iskluplicated. They are moving in the direction of rounding off the corners, and on Tuesday they received a reply from one owner asking for £10 ajfor the land requir?M.- - urprise at-the iHe mentioned- that the Malvern Council had purchased a strip oppo site the Malvern Town Hall for £50 for a .similar purpose. If they were to accept the ,rice suggested in this instance they might as well buy the whole block.. The matter was referred to the Finance Cormmittee.

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

PROGRAMME. 1.-Grand March Past, headed by the Brighton Brass Band. 2.-Darktown Wedding. 3.-Fancy Dress Footnmall Matches Band v. Football Club. A.N.A. v. Gasworks. H.A.C.B.S v. Municipal. Darktown v. Mid. Brighton. (Ambulance Displays in con junction). 4.--Grand Scout Display. 5.-Nation's Flag Race. 6.-Physical Culture by Brighton Young Ladies. 8.-Basket Ball.-miss Crowther ., Miss Beard. 9.-Pony and Clowns. 10.-Wrestling and Lifting Displays. 11.-Basket Bdl?I Match.-S., Brown's Bank Clerks v. Bay Street Gentlemen. 12.-Musical Chairs on Bicycles; 13.-Grand Final Football Match.

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THE BLACK ROCK STREET RAILWAY. MINISTER ASKED TO EXPEDITE CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

T'1 UEBLACK tROCK STiEEt RAILWAY. MINISTER ASKED TO EXPEDITE CONSTRUCTION. At Monday's meeting of the Moo raIh)in Co.uncil felcrenc was made to thA delay that had taken place in the subluission of the Bill for tho construction of the Black Rook elec tric railway to Parliament. Cr. Kelly moved that the Minister of Railways he asked to expedite the construction of the line. ITe said that if the work were started now it would nprovide mnploynuent for .nlmbers o.f ICn.. Cr. White seconded the motion. Cr.' Ferdinando considered that they should net throilgh Mr. Snow ball, who had given the matter every attention. Cr. Kelly considered that if the Minister were written to itwould show that Mr. Snowbhll was .bhcked up by the Council. Crs. Ferdinando and Mills moved, as an amendment, that Mr. Snow ball be asked if a deputation to the Minister would assist in pushing for ward the proposal. The amendment was. lost av t-h ,esolution carried.

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Patriotic Carnival AT BRIGHTON BEACH TO-DAY. FANCY DRESS FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Paulolc a aruva1 UT RI 3?G.1TON. BEACH 1 TO-DAY. F,?NCY DRESS FOOTBALL MATCH. A~ influential and energetic com mittee 'of ladies and gentlemen "are interestinig themselves in a practical manner thisafternoon in assisting to raise a large sum of money in aid of the Mayor's Patriotic Fund, and by the way the matter has been taken up, the function promises to be a huge success. A line programme has been arranged, and will appeal to all who patronise this very worthy effort. The movement originated from a desire by the Brightoli Football Club and the Brighton Brass Band to assist the Mayor's fund in some practical way, and a challenge was sent,from the footballers to the band committee to play a match in fancy dress. The band immediately accept ed the challenge. It was also felt that other institutions would be will ing to assist, and the local A.N.A. offered to take part. Their costumes this afternoon will be original; in fact, "aboriginal." The local gas works asked to be allowed to o...

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