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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

EDUCATIONAL. .IOSBEI RCON, GIRLS' G]RAMMAR 8011001 and KINI)E1RG ARTEN. NORTH ROAI?, NORTHl Bl11GlHT'ON 5 minutes fl'om (ardel\atle Station. 10 minutes fro+m Elcctrio Tram. Largo gra;lnzis; excollent accommoda tion for Boarders. Pupils Prepared for University, I'rimary, Junior, and Senior .Examinations ; Also for niiiversityj Local Examina tionii in Music. AIISS T"SI.JALL ANI) MISS COUT'I'ANUIE '.Il)ALL, M.A. Chnes Singing and Physical Culture have always lortudti part of the cur I icuiluli, IJanncig and Special Physical Cul ture Lessons aro open to Non-Pupils. Throee Terms for 11914 Begin February 10th. Juno 2nd. September -15th. Pupils may bo Enrolled any, time pro rata. "NORFiOLIV'" .I11LS' S100OOL, "KiihltA," ' 80OUTH RUAD, uIItllITON BEAC11. Lik;UItA.l{tY 1l't hiAltY, Seven Mlinutes' Walk from Train or Tram, The school is beautifully situated, ,with exeuptional accommodatiod for boardros. 'luAiS Ipreopared for J UNIOIt anu SEMhlU I'Ul , tLIU lttlninlatiois ; alo, for bnltersit'...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Progress Leagues BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

Paegress tro us 1LAC(K RO(,K " hu monthly me?iinIL of the Black Hock I'LroY)g,,! e Leaaule wils h(hl lafIst Sat'udav at thl I loyit~.i'ibn Ta ooinn, lThe rejdlnt, Mr. Bcch, was in the chair, and th(re wa, a faiir attend ance. Among;) t thise pilresent was (r, Kelly, vha hrielly thaluked the mm(5al i of t l, eiii cagul in arti cular, and lIlack Hlok re?ilent in genmral, fr' the saililorta necordh.ed hihn ih the hnst munliip)al eh:lction, 1OOITIJA'rIIS, A letter was r('e,,iv(,d from the Mloo rabbin (.atuicil, in answer to a request fi:,m the l.aLangule, statiag that the as lphaltinis ?Si Hoh road foli lltpath, be tweu' (IIea)nor( :rels'('ent au Il?hl'.(iombl e 1road, \waid l(,he decilled when the -,ti mats weie un(hIr uondu(leratjon. A reIrnlls ilBeach nllo d IBllu' rotadis, they wouMl bl h gaoettnd lliIc highways as so)n, a:s poP;,ble.--lecet ived, .EX'IIA I'Ol..( 'l PII.O'ECTION ,\ ee(1ond h tt:er from the council ,healt with the reu?nt of the League Ir1 hlbter I)ol;ce protecti1on. ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

?' '? A W ' ' "-elphloouc 1. WO E KB MViotor, Carrlage and Lorry Builder. , I1OT1f-IING 13ET TEP . oN VF- ELE IN <I The Prize Lorry Builder-Meolbourno Show anca All Principal Shows. LOTRRhlt1 a SPEO1AlTY (built ýo suit any lrpose), DOIJllif & SING'LEI LORR[ltS, FArltI?itS' M-RKICr U A.RI)ICN LN?It'S WACI.ONS? FARUI IDRAYS, TIP.DRAYS. IO.Y JINKERS, '[IIW tE.-QUAlt'IRt 8IIAFT SUI 2t1ES, D)OUB1IE. SICAT''ED IUGGOIES, Or any olass of Vohioloa kept in Stock, Sond for Catalogue and Prico List. Oash or Terms cau be arranigod. 559 Church Street, East Richiutond, Melbourne, P)rivate addlress : 203 Lennox Street, Riclinm:ad Nitddlloery0. f addlery. f,,adle',ry. (Xt vi t o Practical If.ddlor a IH. JI r. MA EONI rrEiY tIaraI m'iaor Established 35 years. All Classes of Work carefully and promptly done under my own superviIloP at Lowest Possible Prices, Repairs Neatly-Executed, A Trial Solicited. Collars Chambered and Refitted, Horses Carefully Measured and Harness Accurately F...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

--rl* e- 'Theo rlghtoIn and Mooral1n Couu. cilu includo noimo old tiuo crickeotor and anil opportunity )roesents itoslf far them to renow their youth in a match, atnd at the amnlo timo help the patriotic fund. It i t auggested that the councillorV should play a 'rienclly nmatch in the old-timu style with top haLtH and bowl undcrarms. The match would bo quite as enter taillino as the recent fancy, dresw football anatch.

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUB-DISTRICT. BRIGHTON SECOND XI. v. PORT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

StJ-IS.JTRICT, BRd1.'F)ON SiFCONI) XI, v. ºPORT Veteron J. 'Ihoioipsoi won the toes, noud decided to mohlo first use of it plejiIniid W t. lie op cuned the in oings, anti usu1150l Showed it vory stubbolrn (bnfellno. WVhen 20, howevover, Ihe wats eoiulvl''tcx hoobteon oid bowled by it 'lel.'01Ltv," l)redire luattesd uolid* lv for 22, mid Val. Molair, hit out well forl ;fi, (Clut(le \Whitby showed better form t 110 han (dill the wholo of last L'a and h is :V') uar 1111c) LdlmliVtl Iy the onloolkrs. S. Noall finihhod up tihe liuinga with a spirliteld 41, in Melbour'eo fielded14 splendidly consider. ing the wvorus wveather, Scorco; . 'lhlosoupu, howlpýd -- - - - 20 S. 1001', howled - _-_.. -- 0 1'. 1)redgon. howhc:'l .· . ..' 22 Ed'.o1' Bhownsuz . I C'. W1'hithty, stumnpeld -- -- - -- 35 J', Muiri, stumped - ..". -- - " 35 I Lunnucuor, bowlt2l -- -- - 1 -- Hammond, bow led L' ý ---- - .. 14 1'. Coots, bcowlcd -- -- -- - -- 14 S. Noall, bouiight --- -- - - .- 4-1 .hook \utle, not out ., ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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THE COLONEL'S TARANTULA [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

MiIE COLOIONEIU T.tANTIVLA. " I'm a telling you," said the colonel, as be removed hin broad-brimmed hat to push his fingers through his hair?--" I'm a telling you that the tarantula of Texas is no slouch lie's just about the wicked, est,.ugliest, dolg-goned critter that was set up on crooked legs, and the man who says he isn't afraid of 'em is a liar from east to west, and I know it I While their pizen is no worse than a rattlesnake's, the idea of being keeled over by such a horrid-looking critter half kills you to start with." "Were you ever bitten, colonel ?" " Never, but I got it worse than being bitten, Dog-gone rmy buttons, but when I think of it I lose a foot in length and get a mouth as dry as last year's cotton)' "Well, what was it ?" " Well, one night last summer I camped down after a hard day's ride, and slept the sleep of the just. When I opened my eyes in the morning I was on the broad of my back, head well up on the saddle, and the blanket pulled up to my chin. Right on...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

4 gad o41 wie ash 4 ood g ludusd, ThiW ?an axiom, If there ia any husband who has not hoard of it, oho will not be in the ?enat ourprioed, booanuo the gentle oax is acoustoumed to being held rouponaiblo for all the illu of mankind, lut woman dooun'i mind, 8ho is aoountonad to It. so when the axiom saya, A good wife makes a good husband," sho rofraino from disputing it. but the doesn't believe it, There ure coma women reading this who are. aying thiu minute, 1" Now, I'm a good wife, and look at the husband I:vo got l" All the unmo the Igaloholds, \Women who haven't got good huubande may be good theinuolvoo---they gay be too good. It'o wrong to be too good, and the only oncoasrful way in to be good in the right way. Au there are all norts and conditions of men, so there are all uorts and eondtiiona of husbands, Pate oomotimon spoile a good bacholor to make a bad husband, And tSoerates gave the key of the situation to hia brethren by saying, " Marry or not, you'lt repent it whichever y...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

i'ha?e is no doepair no absoluto as that haloh comos with the first momenta of our tral great orrow, when we have not01 yol rtnowa wv tr it io to have sufforred and be ?atled, to laveo deopairod and have reco vered hope.--Gorgo l3iot. Diligeneo tu the mother of good fortuono, tthling re0eombloo pride no muclh ac r.o t:ýtragomont,-a-Arnlel. I hold that gentleman to be bost drlcesse dhoye dro?a no one obuoeveo.--Trollopo. A man may, if he nowav not IhowV to nave as hea eto, keep hia none all hie life to the ptiudatone and (lie not worth a groat at last,?-'ranklin, Faloshood is oflon rocked by truth; but the soon outgrown her cradle and diaoards bee nure.-Cotton. Centure is a tax a Ilan payc to the publib for being eGlinet.-8wift. " Alwayo think before you opeal'," " It aoulad't do," repliod Willio Wiuhiugton, My Ifriend waould thik I am deloaf a?d

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B.D.C.A. OPENING OF THE SEASON. THE BLACK LIST. MAKES A GOOD START. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

B.D.C.A. OP'ENING OF 1'II[ji SEASON. r1'I1II¶ IUACI' LIST,

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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BRIGHTON. OPENING OF GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

1IUI1i IlIOX. ()P1 N I`'lt::I l, 14 (.lIVE.N. Thorn watt it l ryn h a nd mli asI~ionale gathering lit t IC lightonl Bowlin1g. (1lll8 opeililig ;etllhet StIr'duy ufter iiooli. Other eletnat cl o itrblistinllg to tIhe ple114ltr 01(d ite prcs of t ho okening were tile ho tlnidlty of the lwuyiildeit (C'r. W. P. Vranehi) and ttoe wveather, lila' fai'iaer fri'NL becaultw it wolld have 'ean i jit (0 hearity even if the weatlhta had not. bet'nl ;o ex, 1118i tely 1per(feet. \tI'hih 1ihad for' thi'tec w1eeloutrplev 1011(1 fret ted Ulillel resrant whilst the aeon I \rl()iiofli o top t1enhtla, 1 Otlt,.: ll'ia(er to get Oil to th lb h3t-OlooiiiU t(w'ls'(I Over "'ell it Ilrighton. hlice ulnailg; eIlt')uiny was )nuflictl d by the M1(1 ayor (r, S. Dutton (1e ;lul), Who waU lu ll 111(ipltic l the Mayoori Ui'ilci!, Cr. '1101:1. Wilon, J, 1'., 11r. .1. Ill. Taylor (towa elerk), and Mr. \V. Ptnnihuloal. ('i. 1rlnciil foiimlly introducedl the Mayor, a11(1 (11(4 (xj11I~i14 the hope tha t the 111(ll utnt ...

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The War. THE BRIGHTON FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

THEI BR 11 lTION FUND, '1'11o Mayor of Brighton (Cr. S, I)ut to (Green) alclwle(ldges recCipt of th1 followinr siull cription : Amount previou::lv acktmw ledged £273/,3/9 of which his hiil remit ted to tho Lord Alayor -- - -- - 30i 8 fi Day Labor Staff Brighton (Council (3rd ialtalment) ,,, 1 10 Employca Brighton Gas Coy. Ltd. (lat instalment) ..,,. 6 4 6 º £314 211

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

A proposel nplit in the bo ,3..\. a couple of iea-,osu ao ;n favnouri of district howi?, or the brotkini away of certain districth to form lo:al 'es socintions, led the V.B.A. to imale up district eo poteitioin, which worked very iueceefully. o" r, omv retv ,n iri auother the V.D.A. lhav'o gone ,ack on, the a?grel'llcent . The result, par ticularly na regards the "B1' teanma, iet Cuch as to revive the old agitia tion. lThe di"iorntenit cnaucted by tho V.B.A. is not iadiVnlAal or cnit.d to plarticular cluhb, but i: general throughout the di;triit, t('litnchamn haveto ?' vijit unIhilinrl , lindringhain and Eleteornwi:k go to Wilhlium-lown, Brilghton and ?iaiii1 milert I)niindl 1aoug, Tiho,-, (ire the extriqneskq, but every Snaturda isvolvm:x Hlimilaih jour neys, and it ims not dilely that the 100 odd bowlers wi' ll tamn y accept the iposition, hociuse "it c:an't ;he helped, it was the draw." ''Thle only (ixcaul for "t'iho d(raw" i lack of hratiný, eneriy,', and the welfare of bowl and...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Yachting ANNUAL MEETINGS. PREPARING FOR THE SEASON. SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

ANN .!AT. MEE:T'VING:S, 1TRll A l'l:1c NUo I'O1t T1 SEA$t~)N. Thu Il tllill~li( Iw'ttr!illgr Of theC Snndli th l(doli tdt tl~ ils' lla eti ity11 iie~'ttl,tic'' ttfc l;7) fttr! tht.'lli~ e\Ltfltdittli o tilt ~ll~l ti~ ti1)h. li ncniicl 11(1 lc tlnc hitod, MIv (; overl tinhilitiell to O HIiIct , tutuI (i, l liiMtt du'hu rtat( unt A nu'l(i Itec Mr. 1,. - tttttte ; Irr al'-co III Ill() C(u'itt'titl'tt r.~lst uttuh!tolt joibRttitltut(, 1'1+ oth I 1 0'i'u' I ltt ttt tufc ((te. hi A: Oral, W10 e, Clyto, Sounawu, hI1eoncrO, L'aiiiv, Secret, littl I, Paddy, Straw, ghy Tl'hu , May, the ailiary Nualv Zepher, and her m I0(l,n nider 7'/'nLr l1.,ttld lsLio m~otor JL)wal ,

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FARTHINGS AND THEIR USES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

AART-IINGS AND THEIR USES, Everyone is fanmiliar with the system in vogue amongst drapers for pricing their articles, There is always an odd farthing. Bundles of calico, for instance, lie at ihe' door ticketed : d., a yard; cheap shirts are in the window at is. Illd.; hats at as. Ild., and so on. You rarely ever see an even price, and the buyer scarcely ever gets the odd fire thing, the tradesman preferring to give pins or hair pins, lead pencils, needles, crotchet hooks, or some other trifling articles, This faithing system is not mutch more than twenty years old, It was introduced first in Scotland by a man who still lives and who thereby received the name a "Farthing Johnny," This man, who be. gan life in a very humble way, now kcibps a steam yacht, lives in a miagnifi. cent house, and is the owner of a castle as well as of a large business. IHis first shop was just a room offil the street that was entered by going down one or twio steps. It was got up in the style of a grotto, a...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

First and Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher, New St. Briahton 'Phone 12%tt Rtahmiaad w FURNISHED APARTMENTS. OOM., front, use of kitchen, gts stoe, 76 ian'penter st., ltrigh ton, near' Iton hall. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. .7OUNG( WOMA.N wanuts comiort able FJ*I RNIS-HED) 10011, convononiene, ne1,l Sandrieghami "ggo," Sunld illghaln .',0. PUBLIC NOTICES. BENTLEI I hRECREA.V1'ION T'.I'UST A VWORIKIN( lEE, will be held in the Contral lccre'nt tion hlsvervOe oin T'Ihurlsdtly, 15th, at a n.,. Workers Wanted. C, 8. 1. ,1 ID, S c., ,. 1). LAN V'AS'P Il, hlairdrossor, S Baty Stretct, Ihas resnumed brsi ness, when e hoe pes to mloet all his old cumstomers and ii'icnds, HOUSES AND LAND WANTED. 1MALL C(oI'TAUJ t,, or 2 l1nfor lnishled rooms, Sa drinmghtiaul. TJelephone li'h_,'ltot 1t26, MEETINGS. ILLIN].. -A1J'-. CRICKET CLU. U1.. A. DI1EF'I IN(1 of l1lluIei~'Ls will he held( inI t1( P'UBLIlC IlA141, 1(l'N'1X .LE31GI, on NOC)NI)AV, 12th, at 8 o'clock, it, SI MMIONI(S, BOARD3AND RESIDENCE. 1AN'1)IICNOI...

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QUEER TRADES IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

'Thioro nvr many trn?aO , profesaiono, and minor oallinojen in th? lFri:ºich clapital whioh striko the Nnglidi oba?i v'ero who is frooh to the national a?uaiois and coto I nt no vory ourioun, Oharnator nild olimnato are largely at the foundation of thooo pnonulirition, and everal maideo of getting n living whlioh nie p oatised in Patio would not boar tranu' plantation to mEngland, although the attempt S0oooaionally mado. Still hio he thi we t*all horo by tho foroign nauo, whioh pro porly in tho country of origin desoribes it, Is a totally difforoet article from tho Frenoh prototypo. It han the samo faint ro?oau' hlanuo to tho lattor as a roCoontructed purl. liso version of a Ibomlovard vnudovillo doos to the rnacy poin s produced by theo autho in Paris without foar of A?IO. Grundy botoro his oyeu. 'I'(3h (3 o m3trimoo(ial agent, In 1' nip ant3 t1 g 3en3llman is frequoltly rrngaradd vitlh an33i Ii)3(1(t, if not (3 3pioion( Hlis pro, foasion is certainly n otn reottgtlilied no nbao' l...

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CAREFULLY REARED. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

CAREDFULLY REARED. Fond Mammala " I am glad you had such a nice time at Mrs. Tiptop's, and I hope she noticed how carefilly you had been brought up, You did not aslk twice foir dessert, did you?" Small Son : " No, indeed, ma; I didn't nave to. Every time I finished a dish .and began scraping the plate whih the spoon and smacking my lips, the set. vant canic antld brought me Some more without saying a word?" He wvhom~ the good praise, and the wicked hate, ought to he satisfied with ,is reputation,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

- - hi o a h tuIr"e and helhh as the snlight, VITADATIO commences to hri'htn up your e .istence from the FIRST done. ý is a sent ]ife-uiving tonic, s- rong in it" mig.ht fa, ts a coenee of new henhh and vi·orVii Indisestion. Incomni , Nervou`ness. ete, Why not beneit fom my e:xrerience of tteating ca.'. lihe yours.' TeH me S. A, PALMER, 439 Flinders Lane, Melbourne Send me post re mple of Vitadu , for which I enclose 9d. in stamps.l ; Mr n R T .,,,,,l ii.... re. life.. i,, i,... .... ............. .. .. i .. N am e . ......... . ........r . .. .......... .... ddre - c " , .b For •r a f iV F Footwear SLess. Whatever shape and style of Boots or Shoes you fancy you'll find a larger and better selection at the famous LEEMING S'rORES. Not only that, but you'll save money, too I For, re. member, inferior, shoddy footwear is, dear at any price; but every pair of Leeming's Boots and Shoes is guaranteed for its luxurious comfort and solid wearing worth, and is absolutely the best value anywh...

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MID-OCEAN CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

M[D-(ºCOiAN CRlANKS, Mid-ocean cranks I What a lot of thoeir lhre iare. I want to toll you of someof thel ? :hat we mnct on every ocean st;,ai?lor, Most 30 you who go go down to the sea in ships kInow themi, but don't you like to heoar of old ieo. llaintances ? To look at the cranks the first day out you would not know one from the other, buttheir Idiosyncrasies begin to come to the top ta soon as they arc well out to cs,. There is, for instance, the orank who has becen across thirteen times, "'This s my fburtcenth trip, sir. I am an old sailor, I a.m" lie begins at conversation with: " Gentlonion, when I croisod the time be. fore last, in the " Iloosanio," that was a trip Stell you. Stormy? Well, I should say so -bridge washed away--wheelhouse smashed in--the captain never changed his clothes for three days. He told me confidentially, that during his thirty years' life at sea he had never experiesnced so severe a storln." This man of many voyages has invariably boeon (some years ag...

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WAS WILLING TO BE ACCOMMODATING. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

WAS WILLING TO BE ACCOM. MO)DATING. A prisoner was in the dock on a serious imarge of stealing ; and the case having seen presented to the court by the pro. ;ecuting solicitor, he was ordered to stand up. " Havo you a lawyer?" asked the court. "No sir," " Are you able to employ one ?" " No sir." " )o you want a lawyer to defend your case?" " Not part ickler, sir "' " Well, what do you propose to do about the case ?" " We--ll--ll," with a yawn, as if wearied of the thing ; "I'm willin' to h'op the case, s'far as 'mn concerned,"

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