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Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
WBowls" The bowling nennant season opens next Saturday with a full round of matchesl. During the last three weeks trundlers have been hard at practice and also getting the strength of their respective tenniams, and some keen contests may be expected during the season. The lixturts for the local clubs are : "A" PEN ANT. Brighton v. Camlerwell. Footscray v. Etsternwick District. Auburn v. Glenhuntly. "B' PINNANT. Brightoni v. Mentone. Mordialloc v. Flemington.' Flsternwick v. Aberfeldie.` Elsternwick District . Sandringhamn. '- . EN'NqANT.I'.?'.? " ::J Mentone v. Richmond ',nion..: ,, Cheltenham A, v. Middle Parelok. ,. Elsternrfiekc, District v;. Glenhluntly. TMordialld a e: :: ' M[oone Poinds '::ChldtenhaniB.: ,nndringha n v 'Alman :"
THIRD GRADE. October 3 and 10. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
--THERDý'GRADE'' -* i:: Otobi 3-and .10 -. Dent. 3rlethlodists v. ?Itali-,Street Mna[rabbiz ii :St Mary's. :: Hurlinghhm v.':Rcgent's Park; St: Catlierin~'s v. Highett. Elst DBiaptists; bye.' October 117iand 214.?1 Moorabbin v. Bent. Metholists.' Male Street v. St. Mary's:. Regent's Park v. St. Catherine's. Elst. Baptists v. Iurlingham. IIighett, bye. October 31 and November 7. St. Mary's v. Bent. Methodists. Regent's Park v. Male Street. Highett v. Monrabbin. Elst. Baptists v. St. Catherine's. lIurlingham, bye. November 14 and 21. Bent. Methodists v. Regent's P'ark. llighett v. Male Street. Moorabbin v. ilst. Baptists. Ilurlinghami v. St. Catherine's. St. Mary's, bye. November 28 and December 5. Bent. Methodists v. Highett. ilst. Baptists v. Male Street. Ilurlinghain v. iloorabbin. Regent's Park v. St. Mary's. St. Catherine's. bye. December 12 and 19. Elst. Baptists v. Bent. Methodists, Male Street v. Hurlingham. St. Catherine's v. Moorabbin. St. Mary's v. Highett. Regent's Park, b...
The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, thy God's and truth's. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
Let all the ends thou aim'st.at be .thy country'.s thy' God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, OCTOBER '3,'9 91i4. District News * BRIGHITON. ?Mr. If. Law, who was recently transferred from Dimboola to Bright on' Beach, as fireman on the ielioving staff of the railways, was .presented by .the. Dimboola.- transportation branch- with -aa gent's companioi, and a set' of pipes and pouch from .the loco. branch. Mr. Law .was also ten. dered a. farewell social by the resi dents of, the place, and presented with a purse of sovereigns, as., token of their esteem. DMr.' J. Critchley, painter, of Baker street, unsuccessfully proceeded against R. Reid aml Co. for the recovery of £2°25/15/- for injuries and damages to motor' cycle, at the County Court on .Monday.-: The case arose out of a collision which occurred at the corn of l.Wilon d and St. Andrew streets on .: Fri day,: July 214.- The motor was driven by J. White, traveller, along St; Andrew street, and the motor ey " ele was proceedin; alonLV Wils...
BRIGHTON CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
BRIGHTON CRICKET CLUB. SWeather permitting, the cricket sea son, both in District and Sub-Dis trict ranks, will be opened to-day. Brighton have been fortunate in be ing.drawn against Port Melbourne (the premiers for three seasons) and there should be cricket worth watch ing at the local ground, Brighton Beach. Port Melbourne have suffered somewhab in- the loss of two fine batsmen ; and on the Brighton side a regrettable absentee will be C. Neville, the secretary, who has not sufficiently recovered from his recent successful. operation to play. The Inclusion of Francis (who was play ing cricket in Port Darwin as late as June), in first eleven ranks should be welcome, as his experience of the game and practice form. are both,more than ordinary. 'Whitelaw late,.- of Hawthorn (a wicketkeeper) is now a, resident, and should assist the club in filling that difficult posi tion..when called upon. There is rea son-to. hope that Hugh Purse will be.available later on in the season. 'Alotidepen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
0Doherty & o. '125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, " Are now Showing Full Ranges of NEW i Spring Goods in all Departments. Ladies are requested to place. Sthere orders. for Dressmaking and Millinery, so as to avoid dissappointment Agents for, the Celebrated Classic and Formesse- Corsets. (English Manufacture). 125s127 Glen' 1unlly Roaa, Elsternwlck. 'Phone-Windsor 2087. T~he I.X.L. Drapers. (Eegiatered). 129 Church Street, Middle Brighton. SPRING SHOW LATEST NOVELTIES IN SPRING MILLINERY and UNDERCLOTHING i Wednesday, 26th August and Following Days." Ladies and Children's Dressmaking a Specialty. NOTE ADDRESS: I.X.L. (Regd.) cdr OHUROH & MALE 8T8., MIDDLE BRIGHTON. One minute from Station. 'PHONE 5324. Percy Bingeman (27 Years with Gaunt's) Ophthalmic Optician, LONDON HOUSE, 97 Elizabeth St.: (Next Equitable Building). UPSTAIRS (TAKE LIFT), 2nd FLOOR. rTHE NATIONAL- BANK OF AUS TRALASIA LIMITED. A-BRANCH IS NOW OPEN.for the Transaction of all Banking Business" at ...
B.D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
The fixtures for th district assn ciations;are E- First 'Grade Blsternwick :. Sandrilngham . Highett v. Cong'giatiiionals .: Union v.. Chcltenhern.' SIaniptoni v; ?.Trinity.' , . "Ellindale v A.N Second ,Grade. .t Mary's v. Elst1 Me1thodists. Sendringam :v. Hurlinghamrn .PL.C v. illindale Third Grade. Bentleighl 3rethodists v N..Brigh ton 3Methodista. -_. ; 'Moorabbinh Stl Mary's.' Hiurlingham v. Regenrit's Park. St. :Catherine's tv Hig?iett iElsternwick' Baptists bye.
CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
CAULFLELD-MOORADBIN. tthe meetinrg of the Caulfield llfoorabiln ,Associat on on Vednesday it: was reported th t Clayton wero withdrawing from the Bf grade. MuIr rumbeena pplieid or a permit to play J. :Tabbs; of East Caulfield; 1t'it , was not .'granted,, as Talbs' was last sear registered'as. an A grade player. A-Grade rEast Cauliield:v =St George's Oaleigh v OClayton ;. Grade iGleiiliuntly ? : r ast Caulfield:? ;' carnegie:V. St. George.'s:';,'+-- '_-,e ifraieerii :ist E : EiFTalvern Eves. li'jentone B'Ilentleigh. '" MTurrumbeena v. McKinmnon ! i SOakleigh,i bye..* Bentleigh lplayvMeritone this after gnoo at Mentoie, whenthe team ii11 be chosen i on. the ground from -the followving, ---D Doutghety D. ;Jones, T 'Edwards' N Pasque, H. Stevcns, C Orchard; 11 Tinberg; N ,ILinberg, 0. Nicholls, J -Cormick J; Thynne, H Dodson, .E Dodson; .A Edwards, Players and suppiorters are reqpested to Latch the traiii leaiing Bentleigh at 2.15 mpn., onK Saturday;for . Men
Valedictory. SMOKE NIGHT TO CONSTABLE G. J. WARD. FAREWELL BY BRIGHTON RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
.Valedictory. S31OKE NIGHT TO CONSTABLE S,-.. J. WARD. FAREWELL BY I-iIGITON R]ESI DENTS. A complimentary smoke night was tendered to Constable G. J. Ward by a numlber of his lrilghton friends at the Oriental Coffee Palace, Bay street, Brighton, on Monday evening on the occasion of his transfer to Oaklcieh. fEx-Sergeant Robinson occupied the chair, and there were thirty persons present. After the tosnt of the King had been honoured, ex-Sergeant Robin son propostl the toast of Constable Ward, and at the same time pre?en tel him with a purse of soviereigns, as a token of Psteem from his cont rades and well-wishers. lie said that Constable Ward was worthy of any presentation that might he made, for he always curried out his duty feir lessly and honestly. A constable had iaany difficult tasks to ierform, but Constable Ward carried them out ~witlh the least possible unpleasantness. Constable Ward was leaving the dis trict of his own free will, . and he hoped that he would enjoy himaself ...
A MOTOR DRIVER. RECKLESS HANDLING OF CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
Noel':- lerbext 1 Smne tws charged with. being iuriller the illfluence of liituor whilst in iicharge of a muotor, and pleaded guilty. George l)eni, head mnaster at the Sandiril?ilham school, said that on IiThuirsday nuornin hlie w\\as cycling t on, St.. Kil-la street. When nearing the curve at Grosenlor street he no ticed a rmotor ar (orliingi towards him at biteeween t10 nd 50 tnilt? lper lhour. The car was swerving fromr one side of the roaid to the other. The car went for R short d;stance ?,n two wheels, iand he tIhought it woutl topple over. lie had to gL't out of the rond of the car, which swerved on to a vacant allotneiiit aiid crashed into ta sign-io'urd. lie noticed that defendant was ,ndier the influence of drink. lie replortil thme matter to the police. - Constabl: lliunne said that h'e went to the scene of the accident. DIefend ant, who ma\ n under the influence of drink, adhnitted Iwingf tihe driver of the car.- As he . was inclapable of IriviL' the car witnless arrested...
Brighton Court BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
Brighton Court, I' ~~gD i :Nu1JA3E ,A;;tl l th htori;; CiC 'C yesterday ,,bhii 1 1Krh iI 0:of ort; Melbourne;: WI,ý chr,rcd; wiith I'~sinw ol)ecCLIy lanniguag of - llri~ltiiz, hkirali o&;-t~iinda},',Sri) -tat ,o:,-m;1~ia~det Bh.;Iilli"w l sad that u~nii of: tounj; n o,, wcrrpull-: i:u:,r ther tul=iid; ert ýu its olfS. oth I Inue liei w io spoenatot. Iy. isitnutusu an tied the .lateittge otn itained, o Ihetetudait t~letuted tis t:e.ýiargi.'i b uuefnpourd )~ic~l~ci~
OPENING OF GREENS. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
OPELŽ:\Nb G O1F10 · Ct . 1 : RjGHTON.; r?? ThlicPresideit of?. the: Brighton Bowl ing CUlb ((Cr IM1 :.Priancis) ind coin iiitteei will ent r.fiin their lady friends at., the; Chili'is paiilion, Uile street, irighito?~i; this afternoon, when the club's seasond i ?il be oflicially opened. "welve meeibers.of B team met on iTuesday evening, and selected Messrs Iodson, Graham, Box and Passe to be skips for the season, The skips selected the following rinks : Zodson, H.oldsworth, Kempstei, :.:Pook. ?Graham, Burgin, Miller; Sleight. hBox, Sampson, Roxburgh, Mole. Passe, Dowler,. Northe, Watkins.
MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
MORDIALLOC. The Mordialloc Bowling and Cro quet greens presented an animated scene last Satuirday,i?hein - , the presence of a' large gathering: of members and friends, the` lawns were opened. I'resident Tlacartneny? in ex tending a welcome : to the ,vsitors referred to the success; that has ;at tended the club since: itts formationi and mentioned thatt, 'iith so rmany players to draw iponinthe; prospects of the club duriing the present sea son were exceptionally' bright:B" T'he opening ceremony was "per formed byfr. J: ;J.'ogers, inii the absence.lof -Cr.: W T. GC. CKelly, .vice p?resident iof the Bdowlinig;Association The' 'first kitty was played-by Mrs acryand the firs.t hoI by Arrs. T;: Anderson, Mrs lacartncyi also playing the first stroke on .the rs: Mcartney also hit the first ball oji the croquet. lawn, . After thet cereimony the visitors were ientertained i the president at afternoon~t .te The proceedingsi; ere enliveneld by musical selections. 1 The remniainder of the afte...
SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
SAND1t'ThGIl.'ItM ii: ;I . There wae a large .gathering of Bowl\ ers and friends at the. Sandringham ground last Sntirdnv,-; when the; green was opened by M:r. O .;i Sno?itall, M.L.A. The Pri?sident (drI',L. an kerwis) introduced Mr.' Snowball? ?ho in a happy spiech," referred to' thlhiss torin game .of howls?. l.Te:,couigtpiti lated the club on the ::i'ogress the?tlyc had made. and also, their .success in the playing arena. :lie -.holed , that this season they. would secure, the pea nant trophy. . Mrs. L. Nankervis threwthe ;n first jack amidst applause, and 'the :."first howl was played byv Ir. Snowball. After the green had been declared open the troplhcs won during the past season were presenhiId by ,lr. Snow hall, uhilst ths P'resident presnted to the secretary, Mr. Weston, silver en tree dishes in recognition of his . .ser vices to the club. At the conclusion of the opening ceremony a game was playedl etween teasm ??lected by the president and the ex-president, and resulted in ...
SECOND GRADE October 3 and 10. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
S h iOctober:3 and. 10:.''? st. Mary'sa v Elst. Methodists.: Sandringham: v Hurlingham.l. .Elst. Methiodists v.i Sandringhaam. St. Mary's v. E!lindal?e. ? 1iurlingham v-i P.L. C?.:-';.: . : October. 31 and November 7. Eurlingham- v. St Mary's. " Ellindale-v. Elst:.,Methodists. Sandrizighami v'. :P:L - - idwin@ iidam ..2 November 14 and .21 Elst. ,Methodists v.?:Hurlinglihaiim;: ? :P.LC. : v. St ? t!Maiy's. 4: g ". ::c:, Ellin'dale v.: Sandringham:n IP ' eoemberi.,S 2,ad Decemb er:?:. ' Elst .Miethodists v. LS MaCy - S. IliMari h iv: Sandriimglihamn? Ellindalev P. urli.g.ani' -. Ja- . :,1. "-d 6. ::1':" SDecember ll2ainde ; "19.r i Elstlindaletv. Elst -SMethodi aryts P.urinv. ghani- Sham.drighain- '::, Eliiidaleqv. _ P.LC:_;, ' Janebruary and) 163. St. anringl's hum.Ellindale.::: - : P,.L.C. vi:..SHuringhl;? ? Ilsturingham?tv.It?Is t` ' Methodists?i . S . January; 23'and.. ,3 L:, St Mars a Ilurligham . Ellindalet.v Eist PethodistsEC , nP.LCi Sa dringhaiM . February 6 E ia. 1 St. Mlar...
Cricket. B.D.C.A. FIRST GRADE. October 3 and 10. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
ericket. ., I .:ID.C.- FIRST GRADE. : October 3 and 10. 'Elstcrnwick.v. Sandringham.'.. Highett v. Congregationals.'." Union v. Cheltenham, Hampton v. Trinity. Ellindale v. A.N.A. , ctober, 17 and 2 . JIighett v. Elsternwick. Sandringham v. Congregationals. Trinity v. Union. Ellindale v. IIampton. Cheltenham v. A.N.A. __ October 31 and November 7.; Congregationals v." Elsternwick, (On B.D.C.A:. ground).. t. '. Union v. Sandringham. Hampton v. Highett. A.N.A. v. Trinity. Cheltenham v."Ellindale. ..-. November 14 and 21. Elsternwick v. Union. Sandringham v. Hampton. A.N.A. .v. Highett. . . -, : Congregationalsv.: Ellindale=:si-.'i; Trinity v. Cheltenham. November 28 and December ::' Hampton v. Elsterilwick. ' Sandringham v,. A.N.A.' : Highett v. Cheltenham; . Congregationals v. Union. Trinity v. Ellindale. Decemlier 12 and ; . 1 .A.N.A. v. Elsternwick.? . . Cleltenham v. Sandringhin"am2 HighTett:v. Trinity.". "' 'Hanipton v. Congregationals. Union vL Ellindale.: ':. ' January. 91and ,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
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CHILDREN'S MINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 3 October 1914
* CHILDREN'S ' MINDS. Children commence life, not indeed as sheets of blank paper on which we may write at will, but with every variety of temper and inclination for good and for evil bequeathed to them bythose who gave them birth. The education which fails to recog nise this is radically defective. The ex ternal forces employed to train a child are successful only as they are adapted to dras out, to guide or to restrain the internal im pulses. Unless we discover what these im pulses are and are likely to become, unless we take pains to acquaint ourselves with their origin, their nature, and their probable results, we are not fit to take part in the guidance of a youthful mind. Most of the failures of educators proceed from ignoring these facts.