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Floral Fete. GATHERINGS AT MENTONE. OPENED BY MR. J. A. BOYD M.H.R. ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Floral Fete. GATIIERING 8 AT MIENTONE, OI'ENEID Y iMMU. J. A. uo0YD, ATTRACTIOjNS F"OR THIS EVIEN" INC. TJ'io aiutiiorilles of the Ih'rigidino Convent, l\elntone, recently lpultclu id a property a(djoining tlhe convent il.i l 0enLone Parade, to be uscd as u, novitiate for the Order throughouLt \'itoria, The cost amounted, tt £2,l000, and it has buci aipportionled almongsa tlie various convcutst of t,ic Order, the Mleutono portLiou being A5UO. A floral Itlo wa arrangecd by the local Order to assist in thl liquidation of their proportion, and was Oi olienel il Von lediisdy by Mr. r. A, lloyd, M.l.1., in the presence of a. large gathcring, T'lho nun°l wi'O assited oIy tliu liady parishionuru , and the restlt of their work was soon in thel sllendid collection of goods displayed )n the viarious stalls. lMr, Uoyd, in (leclaring the fete olpen, said lthat the object of the feto w'as to raise funds to ena'ble the nuni to trainl teichlors. It was essen tial ihat if the children were to bo pr...
B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
N 'lN'I')N h: 211 (P'ork 51, Furruoll 16, ''oi1I 21, DIclv.e; 26, M1c('ryNtal 23, ºII(I( C:) , l1085 I2, ,ioucs :12 nIot outL ; N. I .y uviolI)rl six for "10, I))wr I v I.X« for !º, IjyId(aIhlgr. 0n110 for if MI(ormnouk mw-f fr 'J), v. BF1ZN'I' IIi Lw, for 17 (eouddrs Qno for 1, JI~j')Jc on for tb), (I LENIi (JN'1II1Y, 1.) (P.. 1.uo 15, F. fielder 11 ; E. P. I1rrce11 thire tor 16, 11, JlyaI two for 8, Maloney two for di (.1, (lij'(v,, 21, ( . I1urts 15 RIo. F. F'ie'ltc two for II, P. Leo 011i fOr MA IA' EUN l)187IRtC"', four for 237 A. l)ieher 2(, J). Mothers 26, J. Par PRl IIIl1'V TlANS, MRIN NON, H86 (N. Moorehlea(1 23 11.0., U. iIoIoctlelOI 17; W, Ilristowo fivo for 15, L. Ilirtowo three for 11), v. MURR1tU1,EI?,,NA, five for 72 (C. Blacker 25, F. Day 16 not out, G. )rununond `l1, VW. Bristowo 11 ; Moore two for 12, C. Moorehead two for 10). Prior to theo .eginuing of the match betwcon Mentono amld Ilot loigh on the Mentoue Riccreation Re* nerve on Saturday, Mr. M. Itogers was ag...
HOME SEWING IN WAR TIME. A FREE PATTERN CATALOGUE OF 250 DESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
iitJMF; slW1'iNC; IN lARt TiMi;, iiit thie idaio of wtt' and Oulxii4tV tizij1 aro i lol1i Iritoiulyv ohnitiuigt ciothes for t'ihuiwwic.l o d the chldir)Qi, lit tlutd i )iinv woitii.'t it w ing' Why fioi htua and~ htirty mutut htt fortltcwoaity with iiue in o' I I iiinOs I 1 it re I' t ii oll igh t o't t os ; toor effiectivl Ia!l o nog lit'll thuI ttVe'L't ' utittlt u s1)h41 a it o Uh I1101' t14 11 '1,11 the ii tihi'her of I'hvery Iully' 4) lott) Ct)l" itet juit , isst edtl do Ii,1u Ilateik O cPtlt hlgtw etutidrigo VitO 1)i:;o ltilt')' rl no11 avaglt ablettii for Jit thiis new' oatften ' k logv ti4 'rt' :;huteDye 2ti)i O dC))Lig'ls U npi'of hitifo ilYt)inf lli'fl ndltiiiti)r Usne (f addition!, poutty fli'. it nf tnligti Ia to cliltniand 0)(IV'44'dNu otfit to ((Hi i''va( i lt 11oft ("i,' i'n~el 8ritisttl ii it' cop Mof hitor lit IV fttt'n taa ito frtee coooof duninot +infiy rite : "Seoutl P'( tte1· Cata-· pligeo fre" on stot t uioiolef oyoted1ltteir wh osto l'ov ! ' tnl.or t c, ily tp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, Are now Sow ing Full Ranges of NEW Spring Goods In all Departments. "" Ladies are requested to place there orders for Dressmaking S;ai nd Millinery, so as to avoid dissappointment. Agents for the Celebrated Classic and Fortmesse Corsets. (English Manufacturc). 125'127 ln ?l nIS?y it~oad, IE ftwf ick,. 'Phone-Windclsor 2087. · ... T.t.X.L. Drapers° ' , (Hogi*torod). 129 Ohurch Street, Miiddle Brighton, SPRING SHOW LATEST NOVELYTIES IN SPRING MILLINERY and UNDOROLOTHING Wednesday, 26th August and Following Dayo, Ladies and Children's Dressmaking a Specialty. NOlE ADDRES?B: I.X.L (Rogd.) oir OHUROH & MALE 8TS`., MIDDLE BRIGHTON. One minute from Station. 'PHONE 8824, -A Percn Bin eman (27 Years with Gaunt's) Ophthalmic Optician, UP8TI LONDON HTOU S. 97 B izabeth St. I " g(Next Equit ablo Building), UPSTAIR8 (TAKE LIFT), 2nd FLOOR. THEn NATIONAL BANK OF AUS FL, TRALASIA LIMITED. A BRANCH IS NOW OPEN for theo Transaotion of all Banldng Bus1il...
THIRD GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
TIIIID GRADE. i'GEN'T PAK? 71 (Stanluv 13. Draper 13, lhryant 15; D1ewsnap oighi for 27, lBultor one for 15), and nix for 3S (Stalley 2t1; Bledford three for 10, :Anus two for 6), v. 11URIANG( JIAl. 7t (Wete 27, Pannam 18 ; Ildich'rd'+on ,ix for 25, )lluncan two for 5). DI,,NTI,,13ill MET'rHODIS'TlS 37 (lRohrta , Mnarriott 7 n.o.; Clinch six for t), lihld threo for 18), v, Ilt IGI'I')N .I".CTIlO)ISTS, 33 (Field 13; Marriott six for .11, loberts four for," 1,). IIGCliETT, S1 (Ccorgo 0, .lEtvans 1!), lalf .15 : IBowell four for 12, Wil kini: two for 10. Gvnoer two for 23) v. ST. CATI'PIIItlNE's, 3 for 21 (Ken Icy 11; (leorge two for b), MOORIt.\AIIN wecured ia walkover from ST. A11..Y'S. An ioot rnl,'tant ,moetintg of the Ellin table Crickl;e ('lult is conveneOd for Alonday at the lieontleigh Public 1!i!. I llini dle. (second eleven) (did not turn up to play P.L-(. lElstrnwirk only had half a team, and( also failed to sanid any scores to the Stweret ar.', St. Mntry'a (third grade) alo...
Tennis. SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Tennis.fl SANI)RINGIIAM, Last Saturday the A and B1 teams of the Church of Englht d Tennis Club wore engaged in matches. Against the Brighton Congregation 'tlu at Brighton the A team scored a rather easy win, thoe, scores b)oing- 1andringhiam, 44 games, Brighton 26, The B1 team stayed at home, and succumbed to a team from the 1'ost Master' Genral's Department. The sCores wore ! Pitman and Odgers beat Dickason and Lambert, 6-4. Miss Wilson and Pitman beat Miss Rao and Travia, 6-5.4, Homer and Waite beat Gibbons and Travis, 6-4?, Miss Tweddlo and Homer hbat Mis?s Taylor and Lambert, G-4. Odgers and Pitman beat Gibbons and Travis, 6-2, lhomer and Whito beat D)ickason and Lambert, 6--5. Miss Wilson and Odgers beat, Miss 1tau and Gibbons, 6--2. Miss Tweddle and Waite lost to Miss Taylor and Dickason, 29-6. Totals,--PM.G, team, '/ sets 44 games; Sandrinlgham, I set 32 games ... nT10n..._. .
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
(,IIUiJtfl1 ,I 8E1Vi(J1EM. All Sohul~ 8(Iitntlr'gnh.l,---JI,1 liov, Ily, 11. J . Norwood, 'l. Il; 7, lov, H~oly TL1irinty. Ilttntptocr ll--11, Rev., It. *IF, (los, r'b irbScol. 7, Itov. lily. 'Ii. ,1, INorvoodl, ['1Fb.I,, Si., Agnes', itlack ]Bock,., MI11(;. 11, M~orinotg, praiyei' ; , ('libioe' i F lowver ,Rvjcic 7, l, , I',. ip g'. ]I~rl~otli~l llal", Arc(--11, lt·r I1lrc cllcc ; '1, 4tIllt Ie t g - l1 Croat ;7, 1tC\. (rot ty, ('unhit ('itch, ill y,- ll11 (IC'.) liv. (rotty ;7.15 Air, ('rout, wi. i)1vit I. oorabin 3,-1;, I Rlv. St, t larUt i.- *'l, t Mr, IF. 'I'urncr ; 7, 1ricI ii . Ulhion (Church, Sout b Thligh ton."--3, 'I~cv. It. Turnler 7, Mir. 11. \1'oitiaa cot(. Illck 11ock C(onogrego t ioluo1.. 11, .Ir,'ll--I I, i1v, 8., Aubon on ;7, ir, Ii. 'I'ritpg . )fill :I ice -tbv, .1, M1 ('ittt'roll 3, ibo, I, V. . A thiONoO, U[oils, S(ni'btgbouo 11, :Ili'. 1+'. F, 1611inod ;7 llwv, S. Admouono, Ii atop totuI 11, 't1r. 1o0110 7, 11ev., C. W. Ati Iinon , 1. *.\ , 1 uu~icvotl( 11, MIr....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
( mi=rduden .lias,., "\\ tershdli ," uuuvante d, . ;-inch, D!J. ft. ( hGrden l[oso, a ,aood s ervi('able line, ,rl. (iarden SprinWl. h,., Shtnds, Ilose les, eid Flittn,' of 1 (l lin1dt(. The e?Mlbrated "Now Clipper" Lawn Mlower, live cutter:, l2in. 19/6, 14in. l/((. Th, best value ,over otrid. AR?DEN TOOLS OF All, DESCRIPTIONS. Wire Nettin', Exllandlina. 'Trlllis, just landed, Fly Wire, galvanized and painted. _ Ixpmnclin Wire W eroens, fr'am 2/-. A 1110 STOCK of White Lnad, Oils, Paints, and Varnishes, 'LESS TTIAN CITY 'PRICES. 'i'~I.~I!I.R and all Ili',l)1(I MA', RIAlS. J. J. WE_ STE , 11TIMBR 1ERCI:ANT' and IRONMONGER, Opposite STATION, ELSTERNWICK And B1ROADWAY, OAKLEIGTH i'. , 'Phones Windclsor 28, Oakleigh I52. J. JEFFERSON 'I~m borr I Merca ntrI J , irjewad~ ~Ran F l Me'Ercha' Itals de ;land Contractor. TIMllllIlI,.-li'looring, Weat.herboard, Oregon, !)oors, Salshe, 1louldil:gs, S l'ots, Rails, l'alings, l'ickets, Fencing Material, I.aths, etc., eto, EARWI'.IIENWAl11 AND AI(....
FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
FIRSI' U RA1)E. III I(1: I" YI' U8 I( 1Iobrts 4.t, Wood 21; Jiones two for nix), V. BlW4IIT (IN CONUSi. 0 for 3.5 (Bradbury 2t 11.0. ; J oho~ boo, 8 n~o.). IEAMl'lON 123 (rorulL'inua Ž2, An :Ioiron .12, AIn(oi )doo 13, Mlilor 13 , Iunca1 six for 4'(i), v HOLY .TRIN JTIY. A.N.A, 101 (Di ovis 28, Eiiier ou 55; for 7), v. E1LJIND)A]J, Iivo for 25 Il(eiunoly toort~ for 10, Cox two for (fl I',IEN1 (AM 1C)2 (Chanidler 83, Bose 13, J.iv~Sluv 12 ;Mooeo livo for 2'8), v. 13I1?IUIU.'ION UNION., 2 for 1.
IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
When the eloquent Dean o' Armaght )r, Chadwick, was summoned to White. dall to preach in the Chapel Royal, t)r (fox, Archbishop of Armagh, rallied IimI on the precallouts position involved, "Mr, Dean," said he, "you must be ery careful when you get to Whitehall, temember it was there that King :harles lost his head,' The I)ean went to Whitehall, preached tis sermon, and returned, and then :apped the Archbishop's little joke, " My lord," said he, "'' I well-nigh uffered a worse fate than the kingi's, 'he verger in the Chapel Royal under. ook to instruct me in the proper method f making my appearance, " lFirst,' said he,' I take the choir up o their places, and then, after they are seated, I returns for you, sir, and con, lucts you to the " halter,' '--.4A wers.,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES, II1S. F'ITCI/ and IAAMIlY, liigh ton, return T1.1AN , K for thouany rxprcssions of symipathy in their Had boreauvement, for letters and telegranms and visits and beautiful luoral tributes, specially for loving sympuatihy of llawthorn roadl Me thodist Church, Sunday School tlCd Young non's Class. DEATHS, DELA1IOY,--On the (h Ii October, at St., Marngaret's' liospil al, laluiptotn, Eltizabeth, beloved wife of J ailes ])elaroy, and lmother of Mrs Brown, Jane, and Mrs. Miles, and J. 11. D)elaroy. Aged l1 years.
THE GOLDEN TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
THE GOLDEN TIDE, There is many >a rest on the road of IA, If we only would stop to take It; And many a tone from the better lae4 If the querelous heart would wake l To the sunny soul that is f(II of hope And whose beautiful trust never failetkh The grass is green and the flowers are bright, 'lThough the wintry storm prevaileth. YBetter to hopa, though the clouds ha?g low, And to keep the eyes still lifted, For thel sweet blue sky will soon peep through When the ominous skies are rifted. There never was night without a day, Nor an evening without a lorning And the darkest hour, the pro?verb goe0t Is the hour before the dawning,. There is many a gem in the path t life, Which n e pass in our idle pileasir, Which is richer far than jevwelled crowia Or the miser's boarded treasure; It mly he the love of a little child, Or a mother's prayer to Heaven, Or only a beggar's gratelul thanks For a cup of water given. Better to weave in the web of life A bright and golden filling, And to do G...
PORT PHILLIP CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
PORi1' P'11l.lII.' (`1,1141. TPim wino01a iiitctaig of the Port Vblplll 11.(Iitt (11ob \wits' hldu( tit ItiO Cluibi 100i1iiiodtlu i. l, 'i ley tuVill., .11.t' (l';,o oi t ; tret uII·r, Mr. U. tltto'l ((010lcJo ·~, 1111 ((, ,% Issi's J. HOlCI'(\ 11mt1H1 , .lbtteollIlIi, rtoii'le , Ito moiit y, .1 jg11ounl\oi 1clul SIo lie boeoleis lire lootinlg LortI or-d to ii ,iicc tsslOI sict~ oil, '.iill :i Ililll l yr fhich itst n IllllU'i lo\Ct 1 'llhid allitih), \ vlAIiv li t I. lI1 Iiii/-,hi p 1' hils upI)" Alr 1111 to Ihe 111115 t 1' iiti ti'Jo ilneS beL it ('tit l h i el t it I. At nretil~ry hit Iil h0ll~t 11 11m 0 Jot tining. Ol,1'10j\t Y 'I iii til te n0iion, .he is 'eess bluilngstwill shol rtly lit' will hod Žt.ty ll, '1'u the Ii't ltct · Of illcri lt r;; MrI. R". (1, ul toa do, bul' 1111` ;i iotl c y , l l t)o1 t ill , l it)l'" bei s. U t prli t 11.10 t ilt 'I ti lle tiiL0 ft1i 11hirLUi lie ll;ti C , I ti.IIt i-h nlulility in I t! Igo!;Ilion, I is s 11ot'ioi" pto cu d Il to'. i lialie e...
Brighton's Band. WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Brig9Ion's talid. ,W)VEEi?IY I N'T'.I?,?lTAINIENT'r' 'hree hours' laughter is pro vied weekhly at the .Irighton Drill lioom by tho entert inlllelnts arrailiged by tho Brighton lBrnss jand, '1Tho large attendances aro mniple c\'ideoce of thO pIollaritLy of theo show, 'or' this OVening the prograinte includes Will Dyson, thU tiwo-storied co?median, a1nd Blert Butlr.. who are favu\'u'ites with local laudielncs, andl the, great L. Nords, tulbling mal gymlinsts. '1'he photo-plays will have i speci al fNia ture in',the view'S ' the recentOpatlri otic carnival at lBrighton Beach, whilst the stur picture is a sels - tional portrayal by the KItalu (Co., ropresenting captured by Mexicans. For the mlodest priices of 1/- and (6d. anl exceptional bill of fare is pro vided for local residents, without tho expenSO of haviing to go to other suburbs,
A HORSE-TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
The following story was told to a cler - cal friend by a countryirnan named Dinny Cooley : " Good morning, Dinmy; where did you get the horse i+' "Well, I'll tell your reverence. Some time rao I went to the fair of Roa, not with this horse, but another horse. Well, son'a a wan said to me, ' Dinny, do you come from the aist, or do you come from the wesht ?' and whncv I left the fair there A'asn't one to say, ' inny, are you going to the aist, or are you going to the wesht? Well, your reverence, I rode home, and was near Kilnagross, whlen I met a man riding along the road forninst me. "' Good evening, friend,' sex he. "' Good evening, friend,' sez I. "' Were you at the, fai' of RToss s' Sez he '"'I was,' sez I, "' Did you sell' cF ?e h. "' No' sez I. "' Would you sell P es he, "'Would you buy '~sez I, "' Would you miake a clane swop ? sez he, 'horse, bridle, and saddle, and all? eas he, "' Done I' tde I. "Well, your rev r'i;nce., I got down ofi av me horse, not this horse, but the oth...
WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN? [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
WHAT 18 A GE(NTJLEMAN What id a gentleuinn ? 1 it a thing DOcked with a cearPtpin, a chain and a ring- Desired In a suit of iuninaculate style, ortdin an oyo le;a- a lisp, and a smile; Talking of reanr, of concerts, and halls, Evening assetublion, and aftornoon cnlls, Banning him!eulf at "ut i homes " and Whistling waurnr an, and smoking cigars. What is a gentleman ? fay, is it one Boasting of conqueate and deedo ho hru done? One who unblushingly glorics to speak Things which should call upt a flush to his ohe~k? One, who, while railing at eotions unjt~t, Riobs uoma young haoirt of its pureness and trust- fiorns to stoal money, or jetohls, or wealth, Thinks it no wrong to take honour by utoalth ? What is a gentlomanu ' In it not one Knowing instinatively what he should shun, Speaking no word that could injuro or pain, Spreading no acaudal, and dcop'ning no stain? One who knowus how to put eaoh at his Otriving, succosfully, ailways to plo?se- One who oan toll by a glance at your choo...
TEA ADULTERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
TEA ADU LTERATION, Iron filings, sand, and Chinese clay ire much used in mixing with tea, 'hese foreign substances mate the tea veigh heavier, and it is hard for anyonie tot an expert in teas to discov.r !heir presence. The Chinamen ate adepts at his business of adulteratfcn, In the .ase of the iron tilings they are n'etered over the leaves while they are rteen, mnd as the leaves curl up and dry, hey cover this foreign subslauce from lablt., Answers.