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Trams for Brighton. THE QUESTION OF ROUTE. WHERE DOES BAY STREET COME IN? [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

Trams for Brighton. TIHE QUESTION OF ROUTE. WIIERE DOES BAY STREET COME IN? At 3Ionday's Brighton Council meet in5 plans were rcceived from the Prnhran-Malvern Tramwat Trust of the proposed Brighton exteusions from Caulfield, alone HIlwt horn road, Union street, Hampton street, South road, to the Esplanade. The Council's tramwayt committee moved that th- plans he approved and adopted, including Iayi street, and the Brighton and Caulfield Councils con joint apply for the necessary orier in-council authorising the construe tion of the line. Cz. Pullman moved that the conw mittee's recon?nkndation be adopted. lie understood that the main. line would hbe built Ibefore the .Bay street extension. Cr. Hall.-Won't lIay street line he built at the same time? Cr. Stone.-Of course-it will be first. Cr. Strong.-These plans don't show Bay street. Cr. Pullman.--I thought the Bay street plan was ready. Cr. Strong.-I think we should de fer action until thle Bay street plans come in. The town clerk ...

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

EDUCATIONAL. - OSBERICON,. : .. , GIlLS?. GRAM.'MAR SCHOOL .andi NORTH ~ROUAD NORTH IIBRIGITON S-minutes from Gardenvale Station. 10 minutes fromn. Elcctric Tram. Large gri.uids' e'dxcellehti accommoda tion for Boarders .:. Pupils Prepared for. Unieirsity, -r Prinary; Junior, arid Senior Examuinations; ,. "Also for .Utniversity1 Local sxamina , " tions inS Music." ......': . Principals-. IS5 1'ISDA\LL AN?) - MISS . cONST,\NA, L TisAL?L, M.A. Class Singing and 1'hysicdrl ilture have,always formed part of the cur jicululm. Dancing :and Special: Phlysicl COil ture Lessons are opec to lNoiiP ipils. Three Terms for 1914lBegin.i : February 10th;: .... June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may. be Enrolled any time '. pro rata. "NORFOiLK" GIlLS' SCHOOL, "gIURA," SOUTIL ROAD, BRILGILTON. BEACH. SECO.NUA?I.1 1'1t.tLActY, SUtS-PitiMAltI..,.:, Seven Minuites' Walk from-"Train o : r 'ram.. .The school is beautifully situated, with exceptional accommodation. for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR a...

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

The B.Il.C.A. dtle?kates inet',on Thurs day evening, when the Chairman of Committees (Mr. 11. P. Northe) made sympathetic reference to the death of Mr. A. Chandler (popularly known in cricket circles as "Rnnji"); which oc curred on Wednesday. Deceased was formerlh- a Plaver with Cheltenham, and su?seqgtcently captained the 'High ett third grade team which won the first Snowball Cup (1909f-10). It was decided to send a letter of con dolence to the widow and family. The draw. as set out in these col umns, wasi alopttl, and the execctive commnittc-e met afterwards and went through the names to he registeredl. The only notable excisions were Dan. Ihaurck (Mooralhiint and It. W. We-' ier (Male strewt;, the aIntter beincgal so included in a first-grade team. Arthur Dawsone was also struck out of 3toorabbin. It was deeided to hold .a smoke night on the usual lines after the first round. It was felt that the player were not likely to support an ntertainment on a larger scale so as to ensure...

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Cricket. BRIGHTON CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 26 September 1914

.BRIGHTON CRICKETi CLUB. Although natters-'of a marc serious nature ,occupy the minds of .most folk a.t the/ present tiune, drCicketers,: in general; lisve been actisve ain:, ?lkins iecessar"v preparationis for, the. forth coming season. i.There is reaspn to bdiere that the Brighton;Club .will liase to be rockl oned ,with? ,before the premierdhip . is decided, as the comrnittee, ;hoa-are leaving sno ' toneu?untiirned,? are' deter: mir.ed: that nothi?fgcshort of the; best available m]nii shall represeint the disi The ground Lna been top-dress aid sown as usual,. uandt patrons.? of" thie ?airnial r.tolR kil have ian op portiinit of i ispeci iinimprovemets, and possiblys suiggestingi furtlher iid ditions. The first ?niame :i:ill be' witi' o:.?brt Mfelbourne, andd nllhioshli the `Ports last seyar ',l premier team, ia keen light m hy J,o exilpctedl on Siturdla nest' it' is ":matter for, regret tliat 3tr. Stn?: niiinond, ildeclined" nomiination for' i positionion the eeciutive com initte ...

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

Bowls he '. A vdrewshows ther tso:t lo cal 'A" t'eams very rosily fixed in section . . 'The B.- 's"? 5 on ihel other hinad,:-re G;in ?number,-and -in almost eC rv nintcL?off ticir own i:greens they will travel :afar f nactd the inclusionf b.:O Geelwng;isg all : thaht is required .to complete -anm-interesting series"-of bur lisirue' Cook's e' .\csions' The. "'C" pieople. are kelpt into soniething tip proaching district clasification, and don't have to'- follow? the man from Cobk's, which is ;far preferable to the "pot luck" of the draw. A half clay devoted':to howls is pleasurable and nroftable,t7?3iiti tlie aerage bowl eri tralels?i s iimuch as hle wants to during the' iek. Considering how weIll the Goveirniiient tourist: bureaii is rin fit seems '.lniost unnecessary for the ",V.B.-hA. to?step in, "andl the aims and ,;aspirations . of. the "B" teams wodulrl]'provide" :,themm with a much more .:!.usieful ?. studl.,'n :the realm of howls--thre are 'already many organ isations -devoted...

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

CAUL FIELL--l100RABBLLN. The Caulfield-Moorabbin Association met ou..W1.dieledav to receive nonrina tions froni. lubs for the season. The entries 'nre :-A Grade, St. George's, East. Culfield: Clay.ton, and Oaklcigl(: I" Grade, Glenhuntly, tast Caulfield, 3tcKinnon; klentone, Bentleigh, Car neie, 'i[urrumlieena, :Oaklcigh, St. George's, Malvern District, East Mal Verii Preslbyteriainand Clayltol. :The driaw for the first round is as lollois s: A- GRADE. -East Caulfield `, St. George's. - Oakldeish V: Cliiyton. .

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Gardeners' Affairs. THE ASSOCIATION. ACHIEVES INDEPENDENCE IN 14 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

Gardeners' .lffairs. THE ASSOCIATION. ACIIEVsES INDEPENDENCI INE 1L -YEAR;S The 31arket Gardeners and -Fruit Groweris':-: Associatioti Limitqd has completed the fourteenth year of its existence. It is astimated that there are about 2,000 gardeners engaged in the industry around Mlelbourne. Of this number about 430 are members. The Association has hung on by, the skin of its teeth, and the loyalty. and shreodness of its management have pullaed it through trying times. The 1430 members and - the management have made the industry worth while to the whole 2,000, but there are 1,570 who nave reaped the benefiE without helpii . - with a pienny piece, in good timne or bad. Rather have the great majority been ever so blind to their own interests and those of the industry as to be satisfied to see the enterprise fail imominiously at any time rather than do a hand's turn to help. There are even among the -130 members some who decline to carry the full share of their obliga tions, and al item ...

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POTATO GRTWERS CONFER. ASSOCIATION FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

OTT,Tro-cHTWJEi 1i O: cUOM i.l ASSOCIATION FORItMIE.. SAt. a conferice of iotato-growerics in Victoria on thel Royal Show grourids' under the auspices of the Chamber of Agriciulture,: the "president of, which body (the?Rev;'C: ( . W Vood,: o??North cote) occupied thle chair 't.mporarily. AIr. .. Coutts, president of ithe on bra rFarmers' Association; ?was voted to, the chair.?'. The iiineting -was-? ad dressed by Mr= Georgo .Seymour, l o tto .expert of the Agricultural leprt ment. Mr . I:. Foraui (Waobi'a) :ead' a lengthy list of suggestions_ wslicli-hlla been. drawin upl by the -Waubra Farm ers' Association, -inion* -theni ,being that the newo-lodl lie iforml;ed, ll growers to re?ister' and l'u: ya feei: of /6;- potatoes :to beo inspected byIjGo vernmant inspectors, who. will certify as to grade, .e.; "iades to "b .first; second, third, : anid fourth or stock food; plotatoes from' otherfStrites. :al so those for export, to be graded ; the inspectioi fee o:f id. per :ton to be maint...

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Police Court. ILLTREATING A WIFE. A LENIENT BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

Police Court. I:."LREATINU. A, WIFE. , . , EIEXT .BEIN H. AtE th St KildW Court on Montdby William Scott, Elinood; was charged wiith .assaulting his wife, and : there was. an application that he should be bound- over to. ccp the peace. Nina Scott said that she had been married to the defendant for about 11 mionth. her husband was a jew eller and was at present out of work. Iftewas clever at his trade, but was adtdicted to drink. On Friday, '5th, she returned home to her ;,rother's place, and as site opened the hack door .he heard a crash at the front. Oii investigati'ati she saw her husband getting throulgh the.win~dow,' and when she asked hitt why ihe was breaking into the house he used offensive lang uage to dher ant also said he would do for her that igiht. }le .made a grkb at her, bullt she got away antld the struck hint a blow over the head with it tire-iron. In ianswe to TMr. Stmithwick, J.P.,1 compnlainant said her husband ' was dolt,!v prossessed when lie took drink, otherwv...

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Train Troubles COMPLAINTS AT GARDENVALE. INEFFICIENCY OF SERVICE. EXCESSIVE FARES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

Train Troublesi CUOMI'AI. N'S AT GADI)INVAL.E. INEFFICJIENC OF SERVIJCE. EXCESSIVE FARES. At tlh mIonthly mieting of the Gar dusvale Progress Association oni Tue" hy v.ninig, Mlr. Collinson made -ref eren'e to the indlitiency in the rail way' senrice. lie mentioned that the Brigihton Council had for some con Lideruil,. time past lixeu ende..ourtig 1o oblain some inmprovmenat. by hav il' t.le trains which stopped at El sternwicl, extended through to Bri'ght '" t:each, but tlhe had not.succeeede. lie flioluht that if a deputation was arrange,.,t tie Council and with the c"-iplraitionl of the progress assoc;a ti.!'i, they might be able to perseustde thi ('omlliissioners to do something. II1 'iil that freiuentl. lie had noticed "s ninmy ts twenty passengers in one Irci'iartmenit. On top of that the d<ki'artiLent sent out ticket "scallers" to try and catch people for travelling in lirit-tclss carniages on second-class tic(k. It wa is the lickiest thing. in I orlid to olbtain a...

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Football FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

Football iieetingof the Federal Football A'sSociatioii;'was leld "at Moorabbin ii".'reicsday,"whe i'the trophies were distribuited as follo's ':-Senior Grade -iobrabbin '(premiers), £8/S/r; Chel tenham (runners up),` £'14/. Junior Grade-LElsternwick (premiers), £4 ,/-i Gardenvale (runners-up), £2/2/-. iir addition to the honorariums vot ed to tho secretary" and "treasurer last.sieee'i £1/10: w-as passed,to the President?,\Itr jttack'ayY:. The vieiw was expressecli by diegates that herii would-not'?likely be a 'junior gradaeiiext.seas oni as the Ipresent juniir p?layers would it t 'be eligible to compete 'oiing :to lieIng overi age. Elsternwiick4 ?i:otified their intention of joiinng the senior grade: MIr. Hlogan"-suggestedi that, as the teams -erer of imnesen strength' during the past seasoli;-ilt. would be to t:he ad vaiintage of (thelassociatioi: to run 'A and iB grades; --'so' thtniill teamnis would have a chance 'of wninnig a premiershiiip.:,t: was resolied to dea efr further, c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

first and Foremost, W. Robinson, Butcher, New St. Briqhton 'Phone 1215. Established 1860 SITUATIONS VACANT. BOY, froth 5 to 7 every evening. I Mrs. Bracey, Felthamu," Den dy st., M. Brighton. I ENEIAL. good place, cook, ex perienced, no bedrooms, good wages, liberal outings. Seacombe. St.. Kilda st., Brighton. Tel. 1411. GENEItALS.-Exccllent vacancies for first class girls. 17/-, 16/-. 15/-, others. Brighton Registry. 6? Carpenter st., Brighton; tel. 22~6. SIRL, for a few hours daily, to take care of child. "Mitap," St. Kilda st., M. Brighton., -, AN, accustomed to market gar YL dening.' W. Sullivan, Keys rd., .Moorablin. " TOUNG GIRL to. assist house work. . Mrs. Densten. Bulla harre. Adamson st., t. Brighton. WANTED TO RENT. 1TTANTED TO IENT in Moorab h bin, Grazing Paddock for Cows, must have water. Telephone Brighton 2064. Southern Cross Envelopes, 3/6.l SOUTHERN CROSS WAR MAPS, Is.I MUNICIPAL NOTICES. rinOWN OF BRIGHTON. NOTICE is hereby given that the Council of the Municipali...

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SOCCER. JUNIOR LEAGUE FINAL. SANDRINGHAM DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

JTLNIOVP. TiCGUE FIN To. sAN DRINGUA3E. DEvEATED 0. The alio' r aiii ii' et ait -llber ark anst Saturchiy. and Sanitdringlauni for the lirst timen in 'seventeen: iat·hes, met with defeat... The seasiders- took the field with ia umch weaker team than usual, Rilcey d 'Mercer being abseht. Team Bnm:-lh htimn..]: Cann, Saunders, Amlrew? ICi, cnc, A Al an. W. Cam, :F. Aian, ihManer .'Over nit, Woods. Referee :r. 3ledlicett.' Cnain ?gaii tn ion the toss, and clioso to plany towards l' t?,south goal. ltootscray were first to atteck, .Saun ders coinmig. to the rescue at a? riti cal mominnlt. On S9ndrciglia?i's left Allan showed a lile` turi of nspeed ind .luddl .capture. He squarel nicely, and Cann was just a second too late. Thistles .:,were ;?iressing Withf, ;some Vigour , now, at shot hard for goal: Ilinliani saved; but: the leatlier slip pedb oit of his' liandsi and,'i'rlled i'in.to the t net.': 'Five;' minutces, gone -and Sandringhani :oine gohl downbi . . ann led his men cou.n-iield a...

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THE ANNUAL MEETING. WHOLEHEARTED SUPPORT BY RESIDENTS. NEARLY £650 RAISED IN MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

TIHE ANNUAL MIEETLNG. WirOLEIIEArTED SUPPORT TB RESIDENTS. NEARLY £650 RAISED IN 1 .IONTIIS, The first" annual meeting ot Drighton District Town Band R held on Tuesday evening, the pra. dent (Cr. Thos. Wilson, J.p.) y. pying the chair, and there : nearly 100 members present, irctn ing ladies, Members are' still trying to rsi the great success with which the . stitution has .been favoured. I qualified . _competition handmera took up his residence in the to? and expressed his willingness to t struct and lead a band as it shs" be led. An enterprising instr . talist in another part of the tae sought some months later to Pg mote interest in a local band nia ment among a few citizens, r formed the nucleus of the eommitc The bandmaster and commnitteee brought together (through the n medium of the "Southern Croa"l and the movement began,to gatl strength under the impetus givenl enthusiastic officials. Once start the movement has not ceased tog grass during the whole 12 maot and the prevaili...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

For Warmth and Comfort. Use a Kerosene Heater. No. 101, Ruby Front,17/. - No. 120, Ruby Front, 191-: No. 120, 1ica Front, 18/- - - One-Fire Stoves, 45/- i " The Matador " Handsome Finish, 32/6. Incandescent Burners, Mantels aiid Fittings.: Gas and Electric Lighting Installed. 'arden Tools, Seccateurs, &c. - from 1/ to 10/ Spades from 2/11, 3/6, 416. Shovels from 3/6, 3/9, 416.:: .. HARDWOOD,' FLOORING, LINING, WEATHERBOARDS, RED. "GUM, PALINGS, LATHS, LIME, CEMENT AT - SCITY PRICES. "I J. J. WEBSTER, TIMBER MERCHANT and IRONMONGER, - Opposite STATION,' ELSTERNWICK And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. J. H. JEFFERSON Timber Merchantr Firewood and Fuel I?Herchant, Ironmnonger, IBuilder and Contractor, TIIIBERI--Flooring, Weatherboard, Oregon, Doors, Sashes, Mouldirgs. Plosts, Rails, Palings, Pickets, Fencing Mltcrial, Laths,: dietc. etc. EARTHENWARE AND AGRICULTURAL PIPES.-Gutter Bricks, Garder Edging, Tiles, Lime, Cement, Bricks, etc., etc. PLUMBING WORK by the Firm's Own Plumber, Baths, ...

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Brighton's Band. WEEKLY CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

Brigbton's Bald, ..?- WEEKLY COXCEIl's, ''hue progr'amme arraiiged for night's eiltrtaimu?et by the L, t Urass UBand at the DJrill l,'00L well up to tiie slandtld, and th comumand a good suppJurit irua < residenls. A COIIuL duuel, Ir l contributed by UMr. U. ;leCan n master) and Jr-. S. iilbu rn 'I'omi Kluowles,-" clirUULcr Cuti lias been engaged tU Itoa vocal items. A treat is is ster't music lovers in tin; '.tlera.ce the Bush luarmonists, a clv I plauy, who are able to extract r Irom almost any article. A set of photo-llays will 1le 5 and they'include "The Irun Midan sensational story by the LUtrb.a.t The Wishing Seat (draut?a Much Parcel Lost (Comic) .an' ral others. Patrons are urged to become n.. bers, as membership tickets, i/Ge entitles them to admission' tot entertainments at half-price. *1Lt will be available on applicati,, the ticket ollice.

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Poultry Breeding. NOTES ON ARTIFICIAL INCUBATION. (A paper by Mr. J. E. Bradley, read at the last meeting of the Brighton Poultry Society.) [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

Poultry - Breeding. \GTP S " ARTIICIr L INCU " :, (A Paper by ;?3Lr: J i Bradley fei rd at- the`'lastimiieeting ofthe[ Bllrigh tontll ' oulltry FCocietv .)';, L` In operiltingyan fieluator the first and most i:importntiittni: to b' be 'con sideied is ;'tt. hlii rihahility; of the eggs intei;nded for the ihrumliator: They ? nust be i lrom- lirds' that. have bee? bred a-d reirci for :strenollt,' siize'- and stanina; anld 'selected fbr iu'alityl , of eggns;: in " both: texti reof "shell aid size,:'it, beling intdisable .to use very large or undersized'' eggs-the toirmer for the reason, thit;,the progeny~ i will not layn a sullicie?t i umlier: to a :make them a cpaying propositioni,. and i-thu latter. for6 th-i re6dii-th at' tlijpiiul'ets hatched froilf smalll.eg'gs will a u on unsaleable eg. . for at: leist three onths;'tl -ntld ill. fo all tiiiie be barred?.as breeders., It is bette to iree;i fromi a goodiI ranid; _iell .con ditioned, ;viigbroii lihen that only: laid 180 eggs in hter ...

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BEAUMARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

Tbc '1"mll*li Ue(I 'ross Society, ef iýh lfs A:1 Xe"I~lour. of ('in leer mRd, is ieercfarv, have forwardlcl as n first iastrldaelnt 250 garments, inrlndin, i0 flannel lhirts. The meni. hers 'arc ontrihijitjirir lowsannl. a fund veefa;Y . o thait auplili(a of clothju.. lifli he ?klattltaninal from the district.

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SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

S SANDRTNGIIAf. Ladlies of Snndringham are remind ed that further work for tho Red Cross Society will he. given out . at Sandlrtnghain I"ose next Wednesday,. from 2.30 to 5 p .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

ROYAL ECI AN GE ASSURANCE CORPO ATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,0,000,000. :Fire Marine Accideem Workers' Compensation, ,::: VICTORAN BRANCH - 31. QUEEN ST.,; MELBOURNE. - J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRIC' AGENCIES. tll'STON-S. '.. Simmnonds, Estate, Agent, .B?y iSreet. ' 1DI)1E I BIGITONI-Connor: and Alford, Estate ANg.nts, Church :Street ST. KIlllA--'Prine and Co., 'Estatekgents,' Iligh Stret. SANDRINGHAM-Round- and Co., Eatate Agents .Melrose' Street.' : (;\I)' IALE--Thom?son and' Collinson, Plstate Agens, jiardcrvai'e. IiAl.ACAVA- -A. E. Forster. Estatet Aeent, 206 Carlisle :Street.': ElSTElCNIllCK,-Beer, Mootts and' Jolison, Estate- 'Aer.ts; Glcnlisitlv Rtd. ly Road. WA R NEWS' THE SIEGE OF TROY'S] Big uitrltiu sare hou FOR BARGAINS and GOOD FURNITURE Troys' Can Hold Out. and DEFY COMPETITION, 'At 177 GREVILLE STREET (opp. TOWN HALL, PRAHRAN.) TIOY'S hnve a large Stock to choose from in Englislh Di signs-Walnut. and Oak Bedroom Suitesauid Sideboards. No reasoiilble...

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