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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
The QUALITY ButB e Korrison BAY 8T, BRIHTON, I B C r Hampton St. Tel. 227 Brighton. Howard Weber, .Painter, 8IECIAL STOCK Paperhanger, REASONABLE-PRICES, OF General Renovator, WALLtPAPER.. SPI ENDID VARIET Decorator, IN ALWAYS ON HAND. and ALL: SUBURES. Repairer. Hawthorn Road, Brighton Gardeners 1 WATERTIGHTS and BLUUIIERS. The Best in Quality means the Best Wear and the most Comfort. ' The Best is Always the Cheapest. gs CJ.T.MATTHEWS. Boors REPAlREa BOOT PALACE. ToOo ns. T MAWTTHEWS OAIMAND SCHELTENHA P .Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS. THE BEST-GIVE HIM A TRY. To the General Public of Cheltenham and District.-Two things worth S Remeimhering-J. T. +MATTHEWS 1.-Bae an up-to-date. Stock at your docr. 2.-Skilful and Trademnlike Repairing a Specialty with him. W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntiy, Carnegie, Ormond and Surreounding Distri~ts, that he ha? Opened a Store at Glen /luntly (Late .lua dy)a and has a Full- Stock of Groceries, Crokey , and Ironmon...
FRENCH BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
FRENChI BEAlNS. There is no .crop so easy to grow or that so well repays the grower as French beans, and those as good as any is the old Canadian Wonder, which is generally free.growing and an abundant cropper. It is best to plant only a few at a time, and to put in a crop, sn,;'-once a month the size of the crop ?eing according to the size of the family to be pro vided. The cultivation is of the easiest, ground to be manured fairly, dug over. and the seel sown in rows three feet apart, the seeds vandyked about nine inches apart. Akin to theseare the butter beans, but they are not so pokular as the colour is not the 'fashionable" green. They are quite a change, however. A climbing bean analogous to the Dwarf is the Epicure, but this wants staking, and tall stakes at that. It hears freely, and has quite a different flavour.
Brighton Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Brighton Council The Mayor (Cr. S. Dutton Green) occupied the chair at Monday's meet ing of the Brighton Council, at which Crs. Wilson; Francis, Strone. Cheese man, Burrows, Hall, Grout, Hanby, Pullmnan and Alford' were. also present. BRIGHTON DOGS AND THEIR HABITS. The Brighton Progress Association conplained of the nuisanco caused.by stray dogs, and asked -that the in spect6r give more attention to the matter. "Inspector Clemcntson reported that the matter received considerable at tention. So far as stray dogs were concerned the naymren and himself kept a look out. and he could say positively that the town was kept free. This year 16 stray dog had been destroyed. The habits of dogs taken into the streets by their own ers were not all that could be de sired, and they becanSe a nuisance. The' matter was controlled legally by Act of Parliament, and there was no local by-law. Brighton was as free from slogs as any other town. Cr. Francis disagreed with the last statement made by the i...
Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Bowls. A proposed split in the Y.:J.A. a couple of seasons agb in favour of district bowls, or the hreking away of certain districts to form local tls soeiations, led the V.B.A. to' make up district coampetitions, which worked very' successfully. For some re,.,n" or another the 1'.B.A. have gonelack o?i the agreement.: The result, par ticularly as regards the "P' teams, is iuch as to revive the old agita tion. The discontent caused bv the V.B:A.; is not individual or confinid to particular clubs, but is general throughout the district. CLtete?lham have to visit Sunshine, "undringham and Elsternwi:k go to Willm.aonihown, Brighton and M2eat?e imeet I)ande nong.' Those are the extremes, but ever2 Satlrday involves -similar jour neys; and it is not -ikely that the 100 odd bowlers will tamly accept the position, because ."it cant l:e helped, it was the draw." The only excuse for "the draw' is lack of brains, energy, and -tlie welfare of bo?ls n ind bowlers.' There are eight "B" teams in ...
The War THE BRIGHTON FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
The War TIlE IBRIGHTON FUND. The Mavor of Iri,,hton (Cr. S. Dut ton Green) aclnowle(tes receipt of tle followiin subscriptions: Anmount previolil aclu.iow- ' ledgt,.'d £273,3/9 of which lin? hLen remitted to the Lolrd Mayor - - - - £306 S 5 Day Labor Stafl Brighton Council (3rd instalment) ... 1 10 i Employees Brighton Gas Coy. Ltd. (1st instalment) ...'.- .6 4 6 ' £314 2 11
BRIGHTON. OPENING OF GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
BRIGHTON. OPENIN?'. OF G1EEN. There .'s asaa lar. and fashionable githerin.,' .it the Brighton Bowling Club's' opeuiing' last Saturday after noon. ..:Other'.elements contributing to the leliras!re nnd success of the okeniigi were the hospitality of the pires'dint (Cr. W. P. Francis) and the weather,. the former first because it would have been just as hearty even if the weather hail not been so ex uisitelv perfect. , .embers had for three .weehs previously fretted under restraint whilst' the green was top dressed, anid were eager to get on to the best-looking sward ever seen at Brighton. The opening ceremony was performed by the Mayer (Cr. S.' Dutton Green), who was accompanied by the Ma'yos ess, 'Mrs. W. P. Francis, and Miss Francis, Cr. Thos. Wilson, J.P., Mr. J. iH. Taylor (town clerk), and Mr. W. Pamphilon. Cr. Francis formally introduced the Mayor, and also expressed the hope that the pleasant conditions of the opening presaged a plhasant season for the members. The new pavilio...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
CHIIURCII SERVICES. All Souls'. Sandrinahanm.-l1, Rev. IIy. ,I. J. Norwood, Th.L.;-7, Rlev. II. F. Goss, Th. Schol. Holy Trinity. lHampton.--ll, Rev. H. F. Coss, Th.Schol.; 7, Rev. Hy. 'H. J. Norwood, Th.L. ,St. Agnes', Black Rock.-S. II.C.; 11, Morning Prayer ; 3, Children's Flower Service ; 7, ]Mr. G. P. Biggs. Methodit.-Ha1n stree.eet-ll. Mr. I)red?l.: 7, student. Ientleigh--ll. Itev. F. J. Wlatsfnrd (s.) ; Tuckr road 7, Mr. iall. Catmden-l11, Supvly-; 7, Mr. Parnell. St. 31atthew's, Cheltenham.--l, 31r. Cron't : 7. Rev. ('rottv. (Christ Church, Iligley.-11.15 (II.C. iev. Crotty : 7.15 Mr. Crout: St. Davil's. 3Moorablrin.-3.15, Rev. Crotty. St. Mark's.-Ill, Mr. II. Turner; 7, Vicar. St. Luke's.-- , II.C.; 11, Vicar ; 7, Mr. TT. Turner. Union Church, South Brighton.-3, Rev. R. Turner ; 7, Mr. II. Wonna cottL Black Rock Congregational.- 11, and 7, Rev. .egiPnald Turner. New Street. eti lhodi (, Circuit..-'eew treet--ll, erv. S. Adamson; 7. Mr. I. Trigge. Mill street-R ev... IT 'ltt...
Tennis. SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Tennis. SANDRINGHIAM. Last Saturday the A and B teams of the Church of England Tennis Club were engaged int matches. Against the Brighton Congregation "Is at Brighton the A team scored a" rather easy win, the: scores being Sandringham, 44 games, Brighton 26. The B team stayed at home, and succumbed to a team from the Post Master-General's Department. The scores were : Pitman and Odgers beat Dickason and Lambert, 6-4. Miss Wilson and Pitman beat Hiss Rae and Travis, 6-5. Homer and Waite beat Gibbons and Travis, 6--4. Miss Tweddle and Homer bpat Miss Taylor and Lambert, 6-4. Odgers and Pitman beat Gibbons and Travis, 6-2. Homer and White beat Dickason and Lambert, 6--5. Miss Wilson and Odgers beatMiss Rae and Gibbons, 6-2. Miss Tweddle and Waite lost to Miss Taylor and Dickason, 2-$. Totals.-P.M.G. team, 7 sets 44 games ; Sandringham, 1 set 32 games
THIRD GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
;il ?.3-:TIIIRD GRADE'? :: REGENT PARK 71 (Starnley 13. J!rdaler 13, Bryanti. 15; Dewsnaip eight for 2.' , Bulaier one f4:,15), and six fcr 3S (Stanley 2t; Bedford l iree 'foi 10; An us tw?o. for 6),; : ;HURLING IAM? 79 iWeaite ;, "7 Pannlani "18 Jticharlson six for 25 Dunca to; for 'BENTLEIGH l". '.3IETRODISfS X37 (Roberts:-i . lairiott 7 n.o: Clinch six for. 51 ;Fieldithree for 16), v. RIlGrlON .311P['IIHODISTS, 33 (Field 13 Mardriott sixrlfor. 44, Roberts four for "12): 1iGHI 'riG ' 3 ~'Gorgeo 20, Evans 16, [laff 15: Bosivell four for 12, Wil kins tawo for:l10. Gymer two for 23) v ST:.CATHIERINE :3 for 21 (Ken ler ,11 ; I George tao, for 5) If01BB1IN secutedi a walkover from S'L'.; 3iAliY'S". An ?ii?ioro nt ` eting of the Ellin dale Cricket Chlli :ii?. convened for londay ait the Blentleigh. Publibc ifll. Ellindale.(second elevin) did not turn up to ply --P.L-G. Elsternwick oily lhad half a team, and also failed to send any scores to the secretary. St. Mary's (third grade) also f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Smp ill, a Timbe. Yard raithine at Melb'une Price nachr.rn ar i rie idle : Tee "a Yam F at'. I M n Doherty & o. 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, Are now Showing Full Ranges S of NEW iSpring Goods . in all Departments. S.. Ladies are.requested to place there orders for Dressmaking and'Millinery, so as to avoid dissappointment" I Agents for the Celebrated Classic and Formesse Corsets.'' : English Manuficture). 125-127 61en iuntly Road,. lEsternwiek.: 'Phone-Windsor 2087. iTe IXL.D Drapers. (Reglstered). 129 Ohurch Street, Middle Brighton. SPRING SHOW LATEST NOVELTIES IN SPRING MILLINERY and UNDERCLOTHING Wednesday, 26th August and Following Days. Ladies and Children's Dressmakinga Specialty. NOTE ADDRESS.: tX.L. (Regd.) cir CHURCH & MALE STS., MIDDLE BRIGHTON. One minute from Station.. 'PHONE 5324. 1. Percy Bingemnani (27 Years with Gaunt'4) Ophthalmic Optician, LONDON HOUSE, 97 Elizabeth St. (Next Equitable Building). UPSTAIRS (TAKE LIFT), 2nd FLOOR,. rfHE NATIO...
HOME SEWING IN WAR TIME. A FREE PATTERN CATALOGUE OF 250 DESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
IIOME SEWING IN WAR TIME. A FREE PATTERN CATALOGUE OF 250 DESIGNS. In these days of war and anxiety countless .nomen throughout Austral asia are induhstriouslv making clothes for themselves "and the children. -Jn deed many women are sewing for hus hands and sons as well. for pyjamas anrid shirts must Ie forthcoming with clockwork re ularity, even though the Germans are retreating. To sew effectively and economically the average woman' must have a sinF ple and reliable pattern. To sukply this n ed the Ipblisher of "Every lady's Journal" has just issued a I8 page pattern catalogue showing de signs of pattelrns now availablo for Australian women. In this new pattern catalogue are showsn over 250 designs suitable for spring and summner use. In addition, mnany pages of Australian stencil and fancy-work designs are given. The puilisher of "Everyludy's Jour na." inow offers to send a?g?e bne of our wome"n readers a copy of this new pattern entalogrue free of charge. "impllv write :'"Seod P...
B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
B GRADE. MIENTONE 214 (Park 54, Farrell 46, Fmith 26, Delves 26, McCrystal 23, Scndds 15, Rogers 12,. Jones 32 not out; -. Lvndaberr six for 40, I)oher ty two for 9, Lyndaberg one for 7f lcCormack one for 9), v. BENT LEIGII- two for 17 (Scudds one for 7, Farrell one for 9). GLENIlUN'rLY, r5 (P. Lee 15, F. Fielder 11 ; I. P. Ilreen three for 16, IL. Ryan two for S, Maloney two for 7), v. EAST CAUI.FIELD, three for 44 (.J. Grieres 21, G. Burns 15 n.o. F. Fielder two for 9, P1. Lee one for 12). IMALVERN DISTRICT, four for 237 (J. Sheehan 95 n.o., F. Shanahan 48, A. Disher 26, J. Mnthers 26, E. Iar oissier 25 n.o.), v. EAST LALVERN PRESBYTERIANS. McKlN NON, 86 (E. Moorehead 28 eo., C. Mloorehead 17; W. Bristowe five for 15, L. Bristowe three for 11), v. RURRUMI~ EENA. five for 72 (C. Blacker 25, E. Day 16 not out, G. Drummondl 16, W. Bristowe 11: Moore two for 42, C. Moorehead two for 10). Prior to the beginning of the match between Mentone and Bent leigh on the Mentone Recreation Re se...
Floral Fete. GATHERINGS AT MENTONE. OPENED BY MR. J. A. BOYD M.H.R. ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Floral Fete. GTHERINGS AT NMETONE. OPENED BY ?I.- J: A BOYD ATTRACTIONS. FOR THIS EVEN-. -ING. ..; .:14 The', authorities of. the .B3rigidin Convent,`.entone, recently:: purcbhas ed a property adjoining the convent in Mentone 1'arade, to. bedused as .? novitiate for .the Order throughout Victoria. The cost amounted; to £2,000, and it has been apjportioned. amongst the various convents of the Order, the Mentone portion being £500. A floral fete was arranged by. the local Order to assist in the liquidation of their proportion; and was opened on Wednesday by Mr. J. A. Boyd, I.1II.R., in the presence of a large gathering. " The nuns. were assisted by the lady parishioners, and the result of their work was seen in the splendid collection . of goods displayed on the. various stalls. Mr. Boyd, in declaring ý the fete open, said that the object .0of the fete was to raise funds to enable the nuns to train teachers. It.was essential that if the children were to be properly taught, they must h...
A RARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
A RARITY. Ponkington wasn't Charley Roberts by5 long chalks. JIe hyd pottered round in flannels (and a bjazer for, two seasons, and fourteen as the biggest nriumber of rins' placed against his name in the club score-book. At last. by a combination of wild swipes and good luck on his side, and pifling bowling allied with bad fielding on that of the opposition, he made a fifty. 11 swaggered round the field as though he'd hit "Quif" King over the pavilion Fix times in succession. "Ill, mister !" shouted one of the spectators, "you'd better keep it- un der lock and key. You 'ad, straitht." "Elh ?. Keep wvhat under lock and key ?". queried iPonkington. *"That fifty of yours, of course," came the answer. "There's always a lot.n?' chaps from nmuseums lookin' for opportunities to get on to rarities !
The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's thy God's and truth's. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Let all the ends thou aim'et'at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's.. SATUIR ,.) - OCTOBER 10, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. : At the comimitt?c'i Meeting of-- ihe Brighton District Brass Band on Tuesday evening, with Mr. J, Passe in the chair, it-was decided tbform a beginners class. All parents desir of having their" boys taught,' and are willing to provide instruments, 'are requested to communicate with the heon. secretary, Mr. H.. J. Thomns4'44 Middle crescent,. During th? -vwek the scholars at the Wilson Street State School made a collection of eggs for the Women's Hospital, with the result ,that Majoior Waters. headmaster, was able to for ward "12S dozen to the institution, Weekly contributions to the Patrio tic' fundlnow: amount to £17, whilst large quantities :of goods have been ?:'sen?towards the' Stato Schdols ,und. The Wanderers'. -Lacrosse Club are holding their annual ball this even ing, but insteadl of having an invita tion dance they are holding a sub 'scription ...
Model Playgrounds. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE BRIGHTON COUNCIL. NORTH WARD RESIDENTS MAKE A START. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
model Playgrounds. " 'AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE BRIGHTON COUNCIL. NORTH TWARtD RESIDENTS MAKE A START. After a strenuous fight, the residents of South Elsternwick successfully op posed the m?ovement of the three dis trict councils in erecting a destructor on a reserve adjoining the Elsternwick State school, and the area has since been transferred to the Education De partment for school purposes. The lat ter information was conveyed to the members of the North Ward Progress Association at their monthly meeting on Wednesday by Mr. O. R. Snowball, M.L.A. Correspondence was also received from Cr. W. J. W. Strong, enclosing £1 Is, and statiii& that he was the only one in the Council who protested against tl;. ::roposed erection of the destructor on the reserve, but he was always outvoted. Cr. J. Burrows noti fled that he was in accord with any movement to beautify the school ground and also the school buildings. "Mr. Gates, Chief Inspector of the Education Department, attended and o...
Progress Leagues BRIGHTON NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Progress DLagues BRIGHTON NORTH WARD. The monthly meeting of the Brighton North Ward Progress Association was held on Wednesday, at the Murphy st. hall, and was well attended, the prest dent, Mir. H. M. Jones, being in the chair. A welcome was given to repre sentatives of the Brighton and Garden vale Associations. The Train Service. The Gardenvale Association invited the co-operation of the Association in waiting upon the lailway Commission ers to urge that an increased train ser vice should be proiided, that the fares should be reduced, and that the obso lete carriages in use on the line should be removed. Messrs. Sevier and Butler were ap pointed delegates. A Daliger Spot. Mr. Lewis referred to a danger which existed in St. Kilda street. The trams stopped at the intersection of Esplanade avenue and St. Kilda street, so that tle conductors could operate the clocks when they were about to enter the Brighton section. On Sun day, when one of the' trams was stand ing at the spot, a ver...
Poultry. MARKETING EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914
Poultry :: MfAR]KETING EGCS. There :.is. "much science ii'' :the marketing -of -.gs.?ns iSn hny other branehl: of. thi:polltry industry. In the frst plnce,c?toes:should be gath -re1.l sevceril tliil.esl4-day and stored .no a cleani(iwodeni box'" in, a :place where there; is" an'even .temperature, and ivhere the. egg c::an remain sweet and clean. ,. [.Those' that are soiled shoulhl he iwashel'd hb alplying warm water: wýith 'a Ibrish, and. dried with a cloth. SIZE 'AND..COLOUR. Wlhen. the day arrives' for shipment, sefore packing intr cases sufficient time should bit allowed for the sweat or ioisture, wlhich is sure to collect on them, to dry off.:, Smannll, undersized, or mnissh.ltpn eg :sshould be' discarded, as well: as .douhle-yolked andl thin shelled one-s.. U-niformity as to size and colourh ' sihould hei sought after, and .white.. anld: dark- shelled eggs should be pncked. l.by themselves. Pains.:, taken .along theseulines cause the eggs `.to c-idmumnd the highest price. ESTrB...