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PROPOSED MUNICIPAL PATRIOTIC FUND. VIEWS OF MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

PROPOSED MUNICIPAL PATRI OTIC FUND. VIEWS OF MOORABBIN. The Moorahbin Council on Monday received a communication' from the Borough of Ararat, suggesting that a municipal fund should be inaugu rated. and to be continued while the war lasted. They considered that by this means they would be allle to raise £6000 a year from donations weekly from the councillors and staffs. Cr. Kelly considered that it would be far better for Moorabbin to handle their own money. It was explained that the council lors had already contributed 'towards the patriotic fund, and it was re solved to take no-further action.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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THE RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

THE RED CROSS. FITD. Amomunt previow Mrs. D. , c a,. . .. O0 Systematic Subscriptiom "(per Violet Campbell) ... 1 19 6 £3011 0

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THE "CROSS" APPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

TIE "CROSS" APPRECIATED. Whilst on a visit to the military encampment at Broadmeadows on Sunday a member of our.stafl gave copies of the last issue of the :Sou thern Cross" to some of the troops going to the war. The papers were received with pleasure, the recipients expressing their thanks, and the wish that tne "Cross" would have good luck.

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SKATING CARNIVAL AT MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

SKATING CAIlRIVAL AT MEN .TONE. The Moorabbin Council resbolved on Monday. Ito grant the use of the Skating Rink at Mentond' for- a: patriotic carnival to be held on Sat= urday, October 17.

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WHERE THINGS HUM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

WHERE THIINGS HUK. O------- Mr. J. Foster Fraser. writing in the "Yorkshire Iost" on 'Chicago, says : -Chicago, to the people who live in Chicago, is the "Queen City by the Lake," the hub of hustling, the place where in the twentieth century you see a go-aheadedncss which folks "back east" in New York will only achieve 250 years hence. Chicago, to the people of the United States, is an overgrown, ugly, dirty village where pork is packed, and where there is a plenitude of money, but a pau city of manners. "Say," remarked a New Yorker to another, "I see your friend comes from Chicago." "Why, how did you know that ?" "By his accent, sure !" "You couldn't tell it by his accent, because you never heard hint speak." "Tlat's right; but I heard him eat a piece of pie !" Chicago regards itself as the boss city of America. It has a contempt for New York, "which ain't no Amne rican city, but a job lot of a place near England." Say the Chicago folk : "Now, if you want to see a real American tow...

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

it. AIF YOU WILL TAKI VITADAT O lthe f iEICINE thal cured me of HYDATIDS when all else had failed ; I then purchased the SECRET of the REMEDY. Y'ou need suffer no longer, VITADATIO Is a Tonic. Biood Buildor, and iNerve Restorer. It Cures :. r RRVOUS DEBILITY. by bracing the DYSPEPSIA by to;nr the tomach. nr"-vel. CGOUT RHEUMATISMi SCIATCA. f:Il:";-\% EIA . by clearing out by dissoluin and opdling ez - ?'€ -n . ] cecsive uric arid. '(i;'lI T:ON. bh? cleansing the GRAVEL and STONE, by i9eehing ' * Ih- hekidney. LVi LR5 IN'ESS, by rousing the SKIN 'AILMENTS, by purifying te !UL nndGICO1 THS. byrdestrby- DEPRESSION; by invioratinee the a .: dse ge r m s.'. sy ts e . Sold by Chemists and Stores. Write for Free Advice and Tesalmonials. S. A. PA ,ME 1 MELBOURNE, VIC b. For to -(a 0Footwear Oost YoU I :Less. I 9I Whatever shiape and stile of Boots or Shoefou:-fancy you'll find a larger and better selectroiiet th6 f-iaious . LEEMING STORE.. " .... Not only thati, but you'll nave noiney, too!...

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Football FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. THE FINAL GAME. MOORABBIN RETAIN THEIR POSITION. WIND SPOILS PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Football - --***' FEDERAL -ASSOCIATIO-N. MOOD iBol1N3 -TAItTi"iII BI SW ID POILS PLAY.-, t.I'h c i ni?ce ''iiatchi for the Pre niier-lii':h of tli.h rFledFral iAsociation w iiypdii st Siiturdidnat Rentone ibtceeit; Chltenliim: (the challengers) aii uooraibii .'Otvin.to; the rouigh wcatebirthe attendance was not so great. s at: previous matches'in- the second rouind.-. Te lilay :. did not start till ,closgior four o'clock, as IUnlpire -.31lurrnv, wat- late 'in arriv ing oin the irround. : Chelteniham were ible to iput ihn a sihtly sulerior teann thau:whep the clubs . met a at'rtnight 0tgo' - , - Tie trinsi d nh l their paicirigs were : 0 OO0RABBIN. Banck L.. .olent-Sceanlen 'Clayton. :IIalf:liidk Smitth'iGilces.C;. Byrnae. 7 CeiitretiAjani; Stvyles,' Stone. i e * alf-forwardl .- -' Dawson, Rviin, Sor arids- Whdelr, Osborne; B. Iol ]'lowers.'-l't:.Iawson, 1 iyncli. S 'Rit;'er- D . B .ivrni .' -'. . . ;'; . · . : ':; - , -: . CIIETENfETNAMI.3,?;: SBack-Cole,o.Rose.'- Ik-. Aofl -.i' i; ...

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

For Warmth and eomfort. s Ee a Kerosene Heater'. No. 101, Ruby. Front,17/. . No. 120, Ruby Font, 19i' No. 120, Mica Front, 18/- Oe- .- n ire Stoves, 45?;/ .' The Matador. Handome Finish, 3/6.' ;Incanddcet Burners, aitels.and Fittings. 'Gas and Electric Lighting Installed. ' :., i rden Tools, Scccnteurs, &c. from /- to 10/ Spades from 2/11, 3/6, 4/6. Shvels from 3/6, 3/9, 4/6; . HARDWOOD, FLOORING, LININIGM , WEATHITRBOAIDS , RED' GUM, PALI.NGS, LATHS, LIME, CE.MENT 'ATl - CITY PRICES. - : J. J. WEBSTER -TIMBER MERCRANT and IRONMONGER, Opposite STATION, ELSTERNWICK" And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. - i. JEFFEBSO0 Tim 'ianbesr MIer'c-anF ' Firewo o.d aId Fuel HIerchant, nro BmePn114 :ger, lnisilder and C onltractr, : TlHIEli.:-Flooring, Weatherloard, Oregon, 'Joors, Sashes , ilditi, Posts, Rails, 'ialings, Pickets, Fencine Material, Laths, etc.,etc. EARTIENWARE AND AGRICULTURAL PIPES.-Gutter .Bricks' Garder .Edging, Tiles, Lime, Cement; Bricks, etc., etc . PLUMBING WORK by the Firm's O...

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[?] ON THE WAR. A MASTERLY STUDY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

.."--- , U. ?- u THE WAft. A ?IASTERLY STUDY. "Life's" Second War Number (Octo. " her issue) contains many good and timely things. The chief attraction, among lman- war f.atunres, is a mas teilt study of the war .1m Dr. W. H. Filch;ett. tlie author of ''lkeds that li'on the Emlpire." Under the general titl,-of: "The War of all the Centuries." Dr. Piteiett writes three separate articia--one on "The Forc,. Ilehind the War;" a see ,nd on "The Scale of the War and its stratev-;" and a third on "The Study of tlhe Actual 'Fighting." On themes such as these Dr. Fitchett writes with tellin efflet-for he has three times visited the scene of the priesent war, an(I draws on a wide knowledge of hiistory won in, writing muuan popular and patriotic hooks. "The Story of the War," as re-told eaul month by Dr. Fitchetlt in "Life's" Special War Numbers, should ci sate a big demand forathis popular .-ustralasian magazine. 'Ikre October issue under review also contains the seccnd part of, "Mawson'a Own...

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

SECO1ND GRADE). October 3 and 10 .. :St. ~aifry's v. Elst. Methodists:-? Sandriiigham?: TIurlingham :: P.L.C. v; Ellindale. October'17 and 21. Elst. Methodists v. Sandringham,', St. Mary's v. Ellindalc.. HIurlingham v. P.L.C. October 31 and No'ember 7.. Iurlingham v. St. Mary's.. Ellindale v. Elst: Methodist. Sandringham v. P.L.C. November 14 and 21. Elst.,Methodists v. Hurlingham: " P.L.C. v. St. Mary's. - Ellindale v. Sandringham. November 29 and December 5. Mist. Methodists v. P.L..C St.: Mary's v: Sandringham., Elliridald v. Hurlingham. December 12- and .19. Elst. Methodists v. St. Mary's., . Hurlingham v.. Sandringhiam; ,,'" Ellindale v. P.L.C. - January 9 and 16. Sandringhani v. Ellindale.. SP.L.C. v. S't. Mar's.. . Hurliogham "v-.;Eist ';Meflbodists : :January 23 and 0;..::'r S at: Mar 's ; Hirihghamn:" :i - Ellipdale r. -Elst:.Iethodists. P:L.C. v: Sandringham.n February -6 and 13. St: Mary's v. Ellindale:.:.' P.L.C. v. Hurlingham. Elst. Methodists v. Sandringhaml? . Februar...

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Cricket. B.D.C.A. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

ericket. B.D.C.A. FIRST GRADE. - October 3 and -10. Elsternwick v. Sandringham.' Highett. v. Congregationals. Union" v. Cheltenham. Hampton v. Trinity. Ellindale v. A.N.A. SOctober.17 and 24. SIIighett v. Elsternwick' Sandringham v. Congregationals. Trinity v. Union. Ellindalc v. Hampton. Cheltenham v. "A.N.A. _____ October 31 and November 7. Congregationals v. Elsternwick. (On B.D.C.A. ground). Union v. "Sandringham. Hampton v. Highett. A.N.A. v. Trinity. Cheltenham v. Ellindale. November 14 and 21. Elsternwick v. Union. Sandringhamn v. Hampton.. A.N.A. .v. Highett. Congregationals v. Ellindale. Trinity v. Cheltenham. , November 23 and December 5.' Hampton v. Elsternwick. Sandringham v. A.N.A. Highett v. Cheltenham.. Congregationals v. Union. Trinity v. Ellindale. December 12 and 19. A.N.A. v. Elsterriwick. Cheltenhnan v: Sandringlam. Highett v. Trinity. " Hampton v. Congregationals. Union v. Ellindale. January 9 and 16. ' Elsternwick v. Cheltenham. Trinity v. Sandrinogham. Ellinda...

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

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100 YEARS AT LORDS. STORIES OF THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

-100.YEARS AT LORDS. STORIES OF THE GROUND. (By F. S. -Ashley Cooper in the Lon don "Daily Mail." On May '9, 1811, the present Lords ground-the third known. by that nmoe--wnas opened, and one rejoices to find that the centenaryv of so auspici ous an event is to be celebrated in befitting fashion. Thomas Lord, founder .of the ground was a nian of gentle birth, a large landed proprietor, and a cricketer whose enthusiasm for the game un doubtedly saved the M.C.C. from ex tinction. Lorii's was vastly different then from what it is now. In - those far-distant days bookmakers attended the ground regularly, and called the odds in front of the pavilion : roguery was indulged in to an alarming ex tent, and often professionals found it imfpossible to resist bribes to play their sides false. Even .onrd Frederick Ieaucllerk, the chief member at Lord's, openly acknowledged that he reckoned to make 600 guineas a year out of the games. Times, fortunately, have changed, and the last player to prac ...

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CHURCH TEAMS. APPLICATION FOR GROUNDS IN CAULFIELD. FUTILE OBJECTION AS TO MEMBERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

?PP~TOATION FOR GRORUNDS :LN ':CAU.LFIELD : rFTTLET -. OBJECTION AS T10 31E onisinlcra'hlc fcli.e wans displayed at, :the Caul ibld;: Council onh Tuesday evenin idurirnn consideratioiii of :ap pilidetionsl . b rios hurcli' cluhibs to nlay ericket :oi'i rc es. c o?ied -by the Council ,.T?he Cere in?i iCirch of Christ Club intimaiiited, tliat there was i'c-Londition'in:ii their- Association that mein&frs i:mistl iatendic'serice aot least tifice;iluringt:"int mnthi- prior to the uiatchii'i'i hicithetin v play ed:: Cr. Kii?g' dlid .'no think the?-should distritble their .-'.; routiiis :iamongst tints ::"tliht' lad'-:it it'iohs iregarding theiri`memiership:. ;'¶,'Suclh :conditions should bfi stamnpti; : .:: : Tl?to:Jinayor 'I(Cr 'lgleston).--Whlat is. this Associationh:? r . in? T ?e Church of. Christ i ~don it non-ni co- hey-ace- "(Laugh SContiniuit, ii"- Cr. Kiiig" iidthat it the , Couiniil iallowed al these church teaims to conicteii'thel would kill the Caulild C:hlni:'.l t w-...

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

IIdIIINGIIAM[ PARK. .The Council invited' applications from clubs desirous of playing cricket on Hltirlingham Park, and applications were received fromn theB3righton Union, BIrighton Congregatinnals, and Ilaw thorn road 11Iethodist Clubs. The Brighton l)ietriet Cricket Association also applied for-the ri hOt to use pitch, and offiered to control the ground for cricket purposes under jurisdittion of the council. ('cr. Stone and \lford moved that the applications of the Union and .Methodist clubs tje granted. Cr. Pulllhuan said he would oppose 'the motion: All clubs dhould have equal facilities. Tqhe Council had re fusedl to give Ilhe sole right to any one club. They s-houhl all have the opportunity to use the ground and ar range lmatters amon g thelleselves. Cr. Grout saidl 'he would like to see the ground under the control of the association. which existed for the good of cricket in the district. It Iwas affiliated with the main body and it shoult prove beneficial to local ,cricket ...

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

1THIIlD GRADE. October 3,and 10:. i . Dent. Methodists v. Male Street: 3?Morabbin v. St. Mary's. Hurlingham v, Regent's Park. St. Catherine's v. Highett. Elst. Baptists, bye. October '17,and 24. IMoorabbin v. Bent. Methodists. Male Street v. St. Mary's... Regent's Park v. St. Catherine's. Elst. Baptists v. HIurlingham. Highett, bye. October 31 and November.7, St. Mary's v. Bent. Methodists. Regent's Park v. Male Street. \November 14 and 21. Bent. Methodists v. Regent's Park. Highett v. Male Street. Moorabbin v. Elst. Baptists. Hurlingham v. St. Catherine's. St. Mary's, bye; November 28 and December 5. Bent. Methodists v. Highett. RIst. Baptists. v: Male Street, Hurlinghunm ,. Moorabbin. Regent's Park v. St. Mary's. St. Cathe'rire's, bye. . Decermber 12 and 19. Elst. Baptists v. Dent. Methodists. Male Street v. Hurlingham., . St. Catherine's v. Moorabbin. St. Mary's v. Uighett. Regent's' Park, bye. January 9 and 16.' Bent. Methodists v. Hurlingham. Male Street v. St. Catherine's. St....

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TRUE TO HIS WORD [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

TRUE .TO HIS WORD Givinig advice is one thing, and feeling the effects of having it followed isquite another thing. Professor Julius Eichberg, a well known violinist, says :hat he once had ass pupil a promising littie fellow of some eight years who would not study. As the boy was' aboutto set out with his family for the country MHr Eichberg asked him what he would do there. " Oh,"said theboy," I shall play and pick flowers and have a good timel" " Yes; but suppose you mode up your mind to get up an hour earlier every morning to proctise!-you would still have time for sport, .mnd in the autumn you would be able toplay lthos sonatas.you admire." The result of she conversation was that Otto flung himself upon the neck o1 his teacher, of whom he rwas very fond, and promised to do what was asked of him. A lew weeks later, as Ir Eich berg was driving through thie mountains with his family, he wao one day delayed, so that the hotel where they wereto pass the night was reacehd at a late hou...

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MEETING EYES [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

MEETING EYES fre said goodbye tooor buried past, And wept and mourned by the lonely 9lM Ftu :be bea.itiful life that could not last 'lrt treasure no tenderestprayereoulalS rhea into the world we turned away, And sorrow walked with us day by day. A faded flower and atorn"hite glove, Letters, a lock of hair halt curled, Poor, sad bequests of our dear, dead love, Yet worth the wealth of the whole wide world. A shell, a pebble may tell aright Of the ocean's depth and the ocean's might, We made a grave, and we said goodbye. Ah, foolish dreamerst we moved apart, And thought, in our folly,Love could die, While life throbbed on in the brain ad heart. "N ow-all is over," we sighing said, Since Love, the cherished,liescold anddea . Not so, beloved-ah, never sol For, wheneveryourdear face comesin sight, Heart springs to heart with the old, warm glow, And silence speaks with the old delight, An empty grave in the sunshine lies, - But.Love still lives in our meeting eyes,

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

DELIBERATION. There is much to be said in favour ou wisely deliberating before acting. Doubtless many rash deeds are performed, bringing all sorts of unfortunate consequences in their train, simply for the want of a little reflect tion,'and others, that would have been of the utmost benefit to mankind, have never seen thle light from the same cause. Yet while this is true, there is a kind of deliberation much practised which is nearly always per nicious in its results upon future action. It is that which puts aside the first instinctive perceptions of right and wrong, speculates upon, them, doubts them, subjects them to processes of casuistical reasoning, and gene rally ends either by so clouding the mental visior, that no distinct course is visible, or by actually making the worse appear the better cause. Much of the wrong-doing of the vorlli is the fruit of this kind of deliber tisn.- Nee York Ledger. Darwinite.-".. The Evolutionary Squad rn.-Funch. "I wonder if fd'Corkle lfoves h...

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PUNCTUALITY IN BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

PUNCTUALITY IN BUSINESS. All successful menhave been, and are noted for theirpunctuality-a punctuality as rigidly maintained in engagements to be fulfilled a month, six months, or a year afterwards as in one which is to be decided to-morrow. I knew a man once of whom it was said that if Mr So and-so be alive, and coach-roads and railways not snow blocked, he will be seen " turning round the corne: " some three or five minutes before the time appointed. And this held true, even although the engagement had been made mcnths before. I believe that that man never caused the lossof fiveminutes to any otherman through his failing to keep his apointments. It is such men who take and keep the apper ranks of business success, and who cever fail to have lots of business engage. ments-and generally profitable ones, moro over. Andthis largely because they can be trusted with the time of others, and never waste it. Aid he who is careful of the pro. perty of others is sure to be careful of his own...

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