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SIX TIMES CHAMPION. C. H. LIVESEY WINS AT BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

SIX TIMES CHA8P8IONe , C: H. LIVESEY: WINS AT BRIGH S TON. The championship of the Brighton Club was won on 'thursday by U. 1i. Livesey, after a good game with J. D.' Cochrane, who scored 27, and is runner-up for the fifth successive year. Livesey has won the club champion ship six times sined 18998, and was V.B.A. champion as well as club cham pion in 1903. The record of champion ships shows that the Mayor (Cr. T. Wilson) and F. Tricks have eachi won four, F. G. Lucas 3, J. Bentley, W. Ower, A. G. llardham, W. Groom (each 2), and G. H. Orford, C. Rennie G. lMarqpand and J. D. Cochrane have each. won once. Several very fine players this year got into the semi finals.;- Livesey beat Tricks in a game in which he displayed form equal to that which won him the V B.A. championship: Cochrane de feated A. ienidle, a player of great promise, and F. Jeffrey, who ran TricLks very closely, will probably be heard of in future contests. Hickey. struck Livesey . early in the tourney, and. otherwi...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Bowls. TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

Bowls - O) T0=11 'S, ENC;AGEMENTS i ` ;: Nort~ :-i ritzroy v Brighton ;' ;i~ Elstent c ick District" v. Flen:iigton JIB SI C3[ .C : v Elstcrnnick District:'" llnigliton i'gv. "Sandrmn"ham - $;,; cira vc nd< CauUlield~v- D entoun. ~ FIstc'rnwiick; District ^= Iilentoue:; .. JIsordialloc A v. Celiltenhm ` ii LC.:, C' v lordialloc B :,CIlenerrIL hill ;. Clieztcnluiiiin13:j?'

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POSITIONS. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

1 lhndale -. A1)P -' (.0 iridnle 4'yD8 0. 10 Sandrmnhan5- :.0. Chmelte~nhinm 5 '0 Hampon 260 Sa indint' ' e2' n6'0'0,1 St t §hrr ` Iriadius in,- - 0-3-:. 3 5 g010~ Brighton 'e:ihbai u ) dr : ":s:: o' .l, Efic "tli l'tr 3 5 0 4 1111 1l) .GR~D 1U: ,is °:-Y..'" ::' :. s St' Latheirne's ' ' 0 ;;0,'=0l St. Miry's` ::"'6 2 0'..1h Bap rts;' 4`40 '8 llooruiahbn. '3"010. Itegeat r ark :`.''" V.:S::r' i4.;"r 11rnjtomch, Methodlsts .. 6: G 0 '42 lull 'Strotet ', ' 0,

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A PROMISING BOWLER. R. GEORGE, OF HIGHETT. SECURES 10 WICKETS FOR 11 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

`A P1{01ISlNlG IBOWLIIER.' ?-: GEORILE Or EIGIIET sECURI S to10 JCKETS FOR A: record bowisbag v eronormsac in Bentleigh Methodists of: the B.1)C:. third rride . Oi the first lai' .lay Beltleigh Meth?dists niade II .eiht of the plaver.; beinyg dimisric by George for':1i runs.: Ilidhtt i e spoaldd ii th .ii :12, ad .li?L tir he n matcli .aicas resumed n Siatuirday ni'st :leag oesiic cured thel' ' whole : of Ltlu 1c.thodlist teain' for 11: rus,; - only-: ta of n'thd batlsmci being L'mcaught.: The:lethod isti rismade 13 iii their.' secand inniigs, and fIhghett .;Wo- biy sn :hininu s" aid •25 runs. 1st . 53 14.' 21. '35 10 U. : lJ iisp ir aorirncr for the i`natcl thins reiids 1S .:ickets for 2:. :ruls, noi aiv eraae, of 1.28-" rimns per w:iIi'et George has ai liih.'ldelivery, 'nnd is a fairly fast righIt-.hinddei 'with a natural .oa break.' Tho.'previousc record for tthe district was lield by J. A'Kas, capitain of thie Linacre Park team.: Ind a ?natchi agaiist B righton Town he took the ...

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GIRL PICKPOCKET. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

GIItL PICIPO1lCKE'r.; New Yor.,'s detective force is search in, for a moderhn Fain, who is mak ing a bu.iness of teaching young chil dren how to become pickpockets. A little nine-year-old Italian girl, Con cotto Infless., was sen by two detec tives in a crowded part of the Italian district of- New York picking a iro uman' poctet. They followed the fir' and i an an hour she had none through the poc''ets of thirteen persons. Then she was arrested, and a nliumber of stoflhn articles wiere found in a bar she c ,rrid. She readily confessed and was proud of her skill. To dlem untrate her ability in court the deter tines told her to pick any pocket she i hose. She rilled the pok!,e's of.. tw pol'ccmn iand 'several other persens without detection. She told the judg( owa she had been taught by an Ital in,. who was also the preceptor of .everiil other yvourr tilteves. 1 :.have blen dloing the I Unsinctis for five weeks sow. she said, and nobody ever ,sis .ected ime. ly teacher always took fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

S/;. ectic Saw. 'Mill and' Tmber Yard vrvthinrCt MelbbMnelPrices awr idica and wr MddeBrigto Teleph-ne 45: : GDOherty & Co. SALE SPECIALS. The Balance of our Best Quality Cambric Prints, .we : . are clearing at 41d. yard. SBest Quaiity Foulards, reduced from 8}d. to 6d. for the Sale: 34-inch Whip Cords, " Good range of colors . :': Reduced from 9d. to 6d. The balance. of our Trimmed Millinery we are clearing at Half-price. See our Knock-out Line of Ladies' DonegalTweed' Skirts at 4111. ' 'Phone-Brighton 747 SHOP AT TAE (Registered). UP-TO-DATE DRAPERY AND :--MILLINFRY ESTABLISHIENT S ART NEEDLEWORK. UNDERGLOT, ING, ? DRESSMAKING SPECIALITIE 3 AGENT FOR-MADAME WEIGEL'S CUT PAPER PATTERNS. : The Celebrated ITALIAN -BENE : DICTINE;Adii.Go a, Rheumatic and Sciatica Powders direct. from Pistoia Italy,'For Sale. Corner Church & Male Sts., Middle Brightbon. One r inute: trom Railway Station. ADVANCE BRIGHTON. THE PUBLIC SUPPLIED at WHOLE SALE RATES. C. DELBRIDGE and CO.. Fu...

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New Books The Latest Books Added to Chaffey's Up-to-Date Library and For Sale at 3/6 each. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

New "Books ' he Latest Books. Added to :Chaffey' Up-to-Date Lil:rary and I or Sal at 3/G each. The Rock of Valpre.-?cD?ell The Desired Woman.--W. flarbeh: Romance.-Acton Davies.: - Years of Discretion.--F. IIattann The Romance of Ali.--E. Stewart. Simple Simon-A. Neil Lyons.'. The Enlightment of Erumph.-H. Jermyn. ,::.. Sul-Soil.-Charls Iarriot. Runnint Sands.-R. W. Kauffman., Literary Lapses.-Stephen.Leaock. Behind the Beyond.-Stephen Leacock. T. Temiarom.-F. H. Barnett. The Cloak of St. Martin.-U. Grace. The Custom of the Country.--Edith Wharton. The Witness for the, Defence.-A. E. W Mason. Love on Smokey River --L. G. Rob erts. Once of the An-els.-?. Bacon. The Door That Has No Key:-Col. Ramilton. The Golden Barrier.-- and E. Casti Where the Str iea oads GiDo i~ -i~i-. C':Pa:e.,: The DreamshlivS Stoceley 1t. ts. t'FFA:NFL BRIGHTON BOOK ARCADE, 73 AND 75 BAY STRERT. lRIGilGTO0 (Near New Street)..- .

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HOME HINTS ON BUILDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSIT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

HOME HINTS ON BU1LDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI r. A unique opportunity presents it self to the owner of an allotment of land as without any further cash if desired I will build an up-to-date and modern Villa up. to 7 rooms, replete with all conveniences and appintments --repayments as weekly rent, covering interest and principal-the interest re ducing as each payment is made, and I give you the option to pay off any amount, or the whole, at any time,; without extra interest. Plans, esti mates free. If you have a deposit; and have land in view, I will buy same, and erect a home on the same terms. In case of illness or unemploy ment, payments are suspended, and only a nominal amount charged to cover the interest owing on the un paid balance of the principal. Write, stating your full position to BUILDING BOX, 925 G.P.O., MELBOURNE.

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SANDRINGHAM. A RECKLESS DRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

--A. . RlI,'KTLESS' DRI\ Et.., .: . At the 'Saiidrinzghirin Court :yestei: dfay Re. Saulchl of Briinswid? 1, was charged, with recklessly drivin~ i a mo to:-, ;:caur n.i lich;road oli b Sunday, Janiuary11th. Coinstable 1 Wallker saidl albouit 3. pi heieasl a. inotor car "comin; g to wards': hint at a high rate of sped and lassed-c.lnotller:caa ;going; ia'n the hmine direction at a good speed.? lit heli up: his hand to the driverr to stop, ;bu:t h i tool: no notice. There wveroeother ;vehicles on the i oad. ' . 1efednllt said heoias 'not travelhlg at. more? than .20 miles', an hour. IAe?.fine .of? )10/- was: imllposed:. SENTENCED TO WO YIE RS Jbohn l Laivlor was charged" with .be hving ifi an: obscene manner in Beach road, on Flebruary : 2nd, and: therefkre dkeemId: to ' ie a rogue arid vagabond. ?fter the evidence of usituesses ?is gilen accased was senteniced to two yearsaT--Tllhirty-flve prior convictions iereI proved against accused. C.Lak?t3: OR lET:'r ilsoi, :C Jordanes L.E. SI...

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The Beach Road SCHEME FOR RECONSTRUCTION. GOVERNMENT OFFERS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

The Beach ihRo d SCHEMI E FOR REGONSTRUCTION\ ASSISTANCE. A report of the interview which the Mloorabbin Shire Conhcil had with the Minister. of Public Works last week, rearcPing a request .for financial as sistance for reconstruicting Beach road. i as submitted -tot. lie" Council on Monday. e-ening. The Secretary (Mi. A."a,.., Fordyce) stated that at the : interview :Councillors pointed out that the Beaunaris Tramway Com pany werd practically insolvent siahd if .:. the CouncilFr'r-made their portioni th road. ii ould aoti be nny 'safer than at present as tlie tran track was .:ini replied that lie was impiressed {iith the inecessity ::of the Councile's reqiue~t. and she, would:confer with thel Cros Solicitor withlia r view'toi determiniing the Compeny-sileas -There would'"be as little: delay.a a"Posilp,:inis and ;:the; Coimpany?, ? wuld h lieicoi pelled ?: takii' nctin;i . ::lie":'promised to give .lth Coaucils somie financial assistanice: i sTlie Prsideint (Cr: :Ferdiiindo) ;:caid ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

,-/;: ·l ' ,?": I··-L?·., ': ,-,,?-c .." "? ,? : , ,u ? ,? / , '? ? , ? " , ?: . ' ? ,? ?, ,:. , ? ?? . ' , :? ? -'? "' ' ·'i · l,rl: ? . . ,- ?' "? .. ? ? ? ,? ·' .; - " , ;, ·" ? TI? ? :? ? u "? ??.?:?!!? i? ' • ?: ??,? :? 'i? ? .... : ;' s ? ?' 't? > ? .... ? ...... ? ;... . ii? " L"L : > ? ?< ? >:? :Arranged: byiss 0 McDougall: "n Aid f Building Fundfor SIOME FOR'THE ADULT BLIND,' ?'WOODtBURN,? '::: -AIR -STREET, BRIGHTON ,BEACH (3 Minutes from'Station),' ::i;. Fete W'ill :be Opened by 0:iR. Sno ball, Esq., MLL.A;, -. A?t 3 'p.m. SATURDAY, FEB. 14th.;;, °, Splendid. Orchestral Selection~s GRAND CONCERT. ' :Miss FannyLyndhurst ': - isss Marine Stewart, and' other; S: opular; Artists. :-:. -:-i:::::: , Special Stereoscopic View? of the nmost Beautiful Caves in: the World; a?id other Attractions.: : Wýonderful> Worik :done.; by: the ~ Blind ..Will be Sold too help w,: orthiy cause.` ADMISSON ..i SIXPENCE: i: ssE Sy TAIT .Sec: MARKTGARDENERS'& `FRUI'IT...

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Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

Aýuctions. The `atbtioneerse: , Messers nHaold Looker & ' :Co., of Caulfield, direct the attention of buildlers, speculators, hbine seekersi and otliers to the sale of the Jolua?ille Esttte; `East Malvern, wlichli they :will offer lie public nuc tioni on Saturday next at three o'clock on the ground.-l There arevery few estates now. in. thei: market that ,can offer -similar advantages, as the pIropecrty is only ,four ninutes' walk from the Caulfieldl station? with its splendid train scivice, one'minute from the electric train direct route to St. Kilda Beach, and oniy three minutes' walk. froni shops, school, churchcs etc. J olihn street; ismetalled anid cihaanilel, vith' electric light, water, gas, and Sewer mans,: and lis also planted with t.hsli ti''res. ..' hed: terms are excel tionally easy, ciz., £1I0 deposit and balance 30/- per month, which amount includes interest at 5 per cent., and iniendiing buyers "would"do `well to at tenet.this sale. P'lnns are now ready, and wl...

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An Appeal. CASE OF DISTRESS AT BENTLEIGH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

An Appeal. CAS :O; DISTREiSS AT BENT LEIGH: - To ;the' Editor. 'Allodw: isme, to' appeal through your cbluinis on behalf of a case of dis tress wich has just recently came un der 'my notice. A man named 5luliam trdonarty, carrying on business as a miioving picture entertainer through out 'this district, had scarcely settled inhis new 'home" in Bentleigh when the lplace was destroyed by tire. Ilis loss sw? complete; including all fur niture,:.clothing' and personal belong ings, !in addition to the machine and ilmss from which .he obtained his live lihood. Being totally uninsured, he is a sufferer to the extent of £200. Pre viously to taking up his present busi ness, hpihad been a baker and pastry cook iii the employ of E. Lane, High street, Armadale, but this occupation he lhdad ?o leave for health reasons. -He has depending upon him a wife sind three children, the eldest of whom is 4 years old, and his distress would havr been: complete but for the kind ness of- neigh bours, ,who ha...

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Main Roads BOARD TAKES OVER NEPEAN ROAD. PLANS FOR RECONSTRUCTION. NEW BRIDGE OVER MORDIALLOC CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

Main Roads BOARD "TAKES OVER NEPEAN 'LiANS FOR RECONSTRUCTION NEW BRIDGE OVER MORDIALLOC y,,... N. CREEK. Atl? the i;meeting of the Moorabbin Council on Monday,. the engineer (Mr. Smith) reported: thabt, hio.had inter viewed .the- members; of the- Country Roads Board, and made arrangements for 'the' carrying out of-a survey of the road for its entire length. Wnll the =wsork of reconstruction - was coin. pleted thoer would be no cause for fur ther complaint as, to the condition of the road. Cr. Burgess: What is the width of the metal to be? Mr. Smith said the metal would be 18 feet wide. The bridge at Mordial loc over the creek would also be taken over by tho Board, and it was the intention to provide for a monier '.Cr. White: Thank goodn s'o9oi somethiig at last. The report was received with plea sure by the councillors. ..****** *******

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CAULFIELD. ALLEGED ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

ALLEGED ASSAULT. .AtIv the Caulfield. Court yesterday, Roibt Torchler charged G. A. Bridge land,' H, Bridgeland and G. Bridge land, junr., with having unlawfully assaulted him at. Elwood on Jasausy 7Teorchler stated he was proceeding to his hcmne in St. Kilda street but midnight, and when near the corner of Glenhuntly road and St. Kilda st. he was assaulted by the defendants. lie received blows on the face, and his hat was smashed. Constasle IMcannus stated he ac companied Torchler to defeidants" house, and when they arrived there and knocked jnt the door:.a voite from inside asked "Who is there ?" He said "Police," and stated Torchler accused them of having assaulted him. The defendants denied having seen Torch ler before that, and Mr. Bridgeland, senr., offered to fight Torchler for a "lfiver." Two witnesses gave evidence of having seen two persons enter Bridgeland's gate about 12 o'clock. All the defendants stated on oath they had not seen Torchler during that night, and had not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 February 1914

1 ,Heaping i Value For YOUR MONEY. Lot's tell you a secret! Not 7 withlstanding the -fact that 1A'" ALLEN'S give !great value in S Shirts, Pyjamas, Flannel Under , v: wear, .Cc.-morn money SLILL S can be saved byyourbuyingthe . material at ALLEN'S and nmak so" up .the needed garments at home. - SAVE MONEY-MAKE UP YOUR FLANNEL GOODS. yo Wa?e t1hem sip yourself-they don't cat' pli your money especially wien they are priced so low at ALL'iN'd. t :? 'Il',l IANELETTES,, 27iuh. wide, 7id., worth S9d. yard; "8 d;w orth-0lt:ls. NATURAL FLANNEL, lOd.;ll}d 'lj'-;1/4ld. White, - l, l iid., l77ld., i/ld. yard. SSS BEST GALALEA, plain or Striped, :101d yard. ?.lin's Summer Weight Sox; pretty ;patterns, 6d. :pair. Every Price at Allen's enables you to save-All lower again than at Chapel Street. Come and See. i .? A...l I Opp. Post Ofce, - H: : ' Al. len, Eisternwick tl oH. Nicholson begs to intimate to.the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districts, that be ha? . . Open...

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Caulfield Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

eaulfield i iouncil £he ordinary tiiictiid of lhei Caulfield oodta;lenldo 'oi Touesday nus attended hale isKins yr andibi Thoson:I ]h 1ti1n.1 AD-GLEN T he Rinula ysl epartoeeIinti ameted that t;: estiatiledc satof const held eg the sidingere l di Ce ouencile s fetal The rcudi ers' Acosociaion o allsti wouild: ietd tht lihen smpls Council oft a retrn sictioi and ie Torwren Clter ahe rociati ten. Thie i3ur ini idl torkes r notife ete e e mctio tt t as prese sent h ai t enrd tests isre agreed to ret ppoasint gre Hato tll storeeer oe goos sse iThed liayior.- The iman iM who jdCun crapeis thronugh woultf retcitoe the scrapes throughm would receive the ,same be afiioaf, i : :ho as: ,:. well. Cr. hall suested that acertifcuto sholiowingn .the: ,result: of t, he ilhniysis iteferred to the gdealth C io>tasttee foi report. - As :SPI3 LTJNG ACCOUNT. Mlessrs Sinidi-en Nea;e anidle mairine: staled that the? had obtaiOid. opinion fronti 'th:. Starti'e, wha;adiseed that M1i- I Ciiltli e isatnot...

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Brighton Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

Brighton-: ,oiunci The ordinary meeting of the Bright on Coluncil .was held' on 3londay. even in when tlie' layor (Cr. Wilsoii),. Burs. :-R arro s, G?i 'all:G'rout: lan'by, Pullmian,XAlford.' aind Stone attended'. "T Con icillrs a useibled at ,7:3i pi mmd :iinediitely. went into finance cotniu?ittee =:: which ocd*ipied their' at tentiid~ until 9:i5 pi.ln.: Accdrtdilg to thti provisions of the, Iocal Govern meen.?Act a Council niceting .lapses if the ':inuties of the pre'ious" meeting are not confirmed ,within half an hour of .th. tine: he meetiil a:is iconvened for. The practice .of .pthe Briglton Counicil hi the pIhsnt li(hllrn a lon hit ting, oi thld finance coummittee :is,to fispendcl "tih staiidinigi-ini-s nit 9 p.ail for the .:cohfirnmation of the minutes, and thea resiume in Conmuittee:' This was overlookedi on Monday,and there fore' the business iet d wniix ' the no tico paper for: consideration had to- be adjourned intil ,Monday'eveniung. Last Monday :?fter thue representati...

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Gardeners' Picnic. ANNUAL MARINE EXCURSION. NEXT THURSDAY'S OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

Garideners' picnic. IBAM.l A RI M. ,E .EXCURSION.., E1XT ITHJRSDAY S 'OULING Qeenc1i;hs beeni'elected ns;thL pienicki iin , ground fo:' the?innual ar-i m excursiifon'of the'markietgairdne aid- fruit' go s; which is toh take specill traiin could be.:run i o coney the picnickers t t6the grounimd the coin' inittee li-ec engaged. the paidle siisa erS ce lgchia?- and' :O Ozni:', which will,:; I.m:, : irriving 'at 'the'Cliff.' i?n timn for iuiicheon, to` be -pai'takeh of before running the; sports proramm:e. :; 'Special trains connectii, with' the boats 'will, lo?xv D'andenong at 7.0 Mentone . (eOxplress froi lBenitleigh) and Mlordiallo 7.10; for whi special tickelts may be olbtainei o ' e edd,'ore fore day 6f, picnicii at varioirus staios The aspecial trains illav on turn of ilmat a, isillliois: or?Diiee o?"7g, ia pl m aiid . Mordilluo 50 h ot , ,waer' and milkilt be mai . ble the P'larbik on productitolf olat, ticket A firstc-tlass band, will a·com poany:'th?boars and also play sales ti...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

ellethodist "Services. ~- rihton??:'Male strect-11j- 11evI ; VF J? J atsford,; 7 Sister iBessi' l;;is3Belei gh? Tuier rd -1, Sister '-'? 'B sie'' ? Woods. Caunden- l; ilr. T 1-? liT?1 ot; Utev.. ;F. J. 'Vuistord Briohton ,(New, street) Mlethodist Circuit.,' New street '1.1 R1ev. ,S Adanson 7: Mr. L:Parnaiby,' L.Th; Mill street-11; Mr. Matters ; 7, 'Rev; 0. W. S. McCall. Were street-l1 Rev. C. 1owler; 7, Mr; Williamsoni San dpingham-11, Rev0. iWt S McCall .-Rev. .J. Nicholson. IIaspton-l,. 'Tr." Prnai, b I,. 1ii, 7, MeJewa;l. Garden alc-Ill, Mr. Edldy; 7 iiev'S Adamson. St. Mark's.-11, IIC., Vicar.; 7, ,ic.: Wall. St. Luke's.--ll, Mr. G. Carter ; 7, Vicar. Brighton (Middle) St; Andrew's Church of England.-i?45 a.m.; 11 a.m Rlev. A. Law; and 7.p.m.. .:i,. Beach: Congregational Church,. Black Rock. -Morning, 11 and evening 7.30, Rev. it. C. Turner. Church of England Services.-Chel tenham-- a.m., H.C.; 11, Rev. C. Crotty; 7 p.m.; Mr. Wilson. Dingloy -11.15 a.m.. Mr. Wilson; 7.15 -p.m., ...

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