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Electric Crams. BRIGHTON EXTENSIONS IN JEOPARDY. TRUST FACED WITH INCREASED WORKING EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

Electrlc Cramls. BRIGHTON EXTENSIONS IN JEOPARDY. TRUST FACED WITH INCREASED WORKING EXPENSES. An announcement of importance to the residents of Brighton and Sand ringham, who are interested in the pro posals to link up the districts with other suburbs by means of electric trams was made at the Caulfield Coun cil meeting on Tuesday by Cr. King, representative on the Trust. The Trust forwarded a return show ing that the Caulfield extensions were returning 91d per cat mile and the Trust lines is 21d. Cr. King said that it was advisable to explain to the Coun. cil what was likely to happen during the next year. Through the rates of interest having increased and also the Arbitration Court having awarded the men more wages, it had been found that the operating expenses had also increased. At one period the cost of working a line amounted to Is per car mile, but it had grown to is lid, and there was a probability that it would increase to is 21d or is 3d. Such a state of affairs would mak...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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BRIGHTON TENNIS CLUB TOURNAMENT. Draw for This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

BRIGHTON TENNIS CLUB TOUR NAMENT. , Draw. for This Afternoon. 2 o'Clock. Miss Alsop and N. Jeffery v. Miss Calvert and Vance. Mrs. McCowan v. Mrs. Owen. - 3Mair v. Bradbury (handicap). .3 o'Clock. Miss Partridge and Fyffe V. M?s Aylwii and.Aylwin. fMiss Sharpe v. Mrs. McCormack.l Buxton v. Warnock (champicnship) 4 o'Clock. Mrs. McLean v. Miss. Watson. Miss Calvart v. Miss Creaton. McCowan v. N. Jeffery (handicapS. 5 o'Clock. Buxton v. Fyffe (handicap); Vaoice v. Carson (handicap). Bradbury v. Dr. McLean (chami pionship). Other matches to be played during the week following to-day if pos sible : Dr. McLean v. Brock. Tadgell v. H. Jeffery. Barbour v. Bird. Curtis v. P. .T. Aylwin. Mrs. Nelson v. Miss Partridge.. > Ivory v. Vance (championship).: Mrs. Laby and Mrs. -Aylwint. Misses Alsop and Partridge. . White v. E. Ivory.. All winners to postnup rsuilts be fore leavinr pavilion.? i? ,'

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TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

TOMATOES. : Tomatoes , form an importait ~rop at this time of the year,: inid i'lwhen the grower is pretty safe fromni";- frost, the sooner they are sot out the bet ter. The curliest tomatoes to 'fruit will be found to lie the plants grown from cuttines last autumn; and pro terted during" the winter. These will come into hearing ear.ier than any c,'edlinis. Sometimies a plant in a sheltered position nulls ditough the winter, and this ccan he made into tcttings, stuck in where itey are to grow. watered, and then if left to them sthehml es will inostly grow. Somne arowers do not like nitch man ure for tomatoes, and think that heavy manuring is often the cause of a lot of diseans Iron which tomatoes sillTer. llctter use ground which has eelic fannured for some other crop, and when possible always find a new place each year for the tomato patch. There is a good deal to be said in favour of growini, these platts on stalkes or trellises, antd if thqis b intended, it would be well to place...

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

iood vaIlue at IIsiternwk Garden If?se, "W.attlrshed," ,guaranteed, -inhi, dI. it. Garden Hose, a .ood s.rvicablle lie, 5O. Garden Sprinklers, Stands, ]In se l"eels, and F'ittings of all kinds. The eelebrnted "New Clipper" Lawn iMower live cutters, 1'in 91/6, 14 ih Il/(i. T'he best value ever offered. (:AIRDEN TOOLS OF A1,LDESCRITIONS. . Wire Netting. LExpniiding Trellis, just lnli ed. Iý-lyW ;ir ,galvanized and painted. Expandine' Wire Screens, from ?/ . A 11C, STOCK of lWhite Lead, oia;ns l ai d d.\ iishes ? *LESS TIIAN CITY PRICES. TII?BER and all BUILDLNG MATERTi:LS J. J. WEBSTER, TiMBER MERCHANT and IRONMONGER, Opposite STATION,' ELSTERNWICK And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. 'Phones Windsor 28. Oakleigh 252. i H.. JEFFERSOB6 Timber Merchant, Firewood and Fuel Merchant, Ironnmonger, Builder and Contractor,: TIMBiI:JI-Flooring, Weatherboard, Oregon, Doors, -iSashes, ýMouldiags? Posts, Rails, Palings, Pickets, Fencing Material, Laths, etc., etc.:. EARTHEIIENWARE AND AGRICUL'URAL PiPES.-Gutt...

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SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

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B.D.C.A. OPENING OF THE SEASON. THE BLACK LIST. MAKES A GOOD START. Delegates meet on Thursday next at the Brighton Town Hall annexe. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

.OPLENI?NG OF1 THE SEASON. TIE BLACK LIST.:, M'AKES A'GOOD ST- :.'T Delelntes minect on Thliursday next at the Brithtonh:Tewn: alal ahnnexe. FIRST GRADE..., Iff1IIVET 12SS` (Roberts 44; Mod. 2I 1 Jones :tw,,o for six)?. V:BRIGHT (INO CONGS '- 0. for 35 (Bradbury' 2 n.o.; Johhstoine; S: n.o): I4rrIoPTO\t. 123 (iorneian' 2 Anh derson ? .2, Macindoe .13, Miller 13 lhiicanii :'ax for.'46), v, HOLY :TRLN ITY. ?.N.A.i 101 (Davis O2, Emnersron 55; Roberts nine for_ 31 Similonds one for 7), v. ELLINDALE,' five for 25 (Kennedy ,thre =for .10, Cox two for Cf1LT1 N1LtM- 3150 (Chandler 83, Rose 4'3, Liveslev-12 ;:3doorb fives,: for 8);, v. BRICGITON UX'ION, 2 :'for 1.

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SUB-DISTRICT. BRIGHTON SECOND XI. v. PORT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

SUB-DTSTRItGr. BRIGTTON SECOND XI. v.;PORT -MELIBOURNE. Veteran J. Thompson won the toss, and decided to make first use of a splendid wicket. lie opened the in nings, and as usual showed a very stubborn defence. When 20, however, le. was comlletelv beaten and bowled Iby a "beauty." l)redge batted solid lyfor 22, and-Va]. Mair hit out well for 35. Chnde Whitby showed better form than he did the whole of last year and his 35 was much admired by the onlookers. S. Noall finished iup the innings with a epiritedl 41, in cluding six boundary hits. Port Melbourne fielded splendidly consider ing the warns weather. Scores: BRIGHCTON. J. Thompson, bowled - - - -20 S. Jamer, bowled ---------- 0 P. I)redge. howled - - -- - 22 Edgar Brown -- - .- .- - - 1 C; WIitby, stumped 3 - - 35 V. hair, stunmped -- - ? - - :35 - Jamiesaon.. hwled - - - - 9 - Ilanmmtnd, bowled - _ - - '14 J. Coote, holed --- 14 S. ?:oall, caught - -- 41 .lack Ytille,; not out - 0- -. ` 0 SunirietJY[ Total -- 202 SPort .Mlelbo...

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HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

EHUI ANDS. & gaol wife makes a good ha?tld. TWi. Ianl axiom. If there is any husband who baa not heart of it, she will not be in the lsut surprised, because the gentle sex is sooustomed to being held responsible for all the ills of mankind. Bat woman doesn't mind. Sheis accustomed to it. So when the axiom says, " A good wife makes a good husband," she refrains from disputing it. hut she doesn't believe it. There are some women reading this who are saying this minute, "Now, I'm a good wife, and look at the husband Itve got " All the same the oule holds. Women who haven't got good husbands may -be good themselves-they lmay be too good. It's wrong to be too good, and the only successful way is to be good in the right way. As there are all sorts and conditions of men, so there are all sorts and conditions of husbands. Fate sometimes spoils a good bachelor to make a bad husband. And Socrates gave the key of the situation to his brethren by saying, " Marry or not, you'll' repent i...

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THE COLONEL'S TARANTULA [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

tiCE COLONEL'S TARANTiJLA " I'm a telling you," said the colonel, as be removed his broad-brimmed hat to push his fingers through his hair-" I'm a telling you that the tarantula of Texas Is no slouch. He's just about the wicked. st, ugliest, dog-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 my 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, onenightlastsummer I camped down after a hard day's ride, and slept he sleep of thejust. Whenl openedmy 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 my breast wa...

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WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN? [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

VWHAT IS A GENTLEMAN What is a gentleman Is it a thing Decked with a scarf-pin, a chain and a ring Dressed in a suit of immaculate style, Sorting an eyeglass, a lisp, and a smile; Talking of races, of concerts, and balls, Evening assemblies, and afternoon calls, Sunning himself at "at homes" and bazaars, Whistling mazurkas, and smoking cigars. What is a gentleman ? Say, is it one Boasting of conquests and deeds he has done? One who unblushingly glories to speak Things which should call up a flush to his cheek? One, who, while railing at actions unjs~t, Robs some young heart of its pureness and trust Scorns to steal money, or jewels, or wealth, Thinks it no wrong to take honour by stealth ? What is a gentleman? Is it not one Knowig instinctively what he should shun, Speaking no word that could injure or pain, Spreading no scandal, and deep'ning no stain? One who knows how to put each at his ease, Striving, successfully, always to please- One who can tell by a glance at your cheek Whe...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

ericket. The Brighton and Moora*in Coun cils include some old time cricketers and an opportunity presents itself for them to renew their youth in a match, and at the same time help the patriotic fund. It is suggested that the councillors should play a friendly match in the old-time style with top hats and bowl underarms. The match would be quite as enter taining as the recent fancy, dress football match.

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

" '. -,I X A y - * t' / , n ^ I 7 T'elephone J. GEORGEIVindsor SMotor, Carriage and Lorry Builder. . .A, ll Principal Shows. g OR? . THING BETTER ONG RHEELR_ 'AO, O -^^S: s anyiS - class oi l p §Send for atalogue nd Pric Zis,. . The Prizve Lorry Bui 2r- ennebourne Show anc All Principal Shows. LORRIES aSPe or LTr(b ilt ca suit any purposea, DOUBLE &m SINGLEs S OR ESB FA.IECoRS Chamber and Refittd.iS WAONS,. -: ' FARbl DRATYS, TIP-DRAXS. ^ ,,sPOT'rINMKCERS, THREE-QUARTER SHAFT SULKIrESDOUBLE : . SBEAED *BUGGIES, olssf o Vehicles kept in Stotk. S Hrses CSend for Catalogue and Prices A istd. A L Cash or Terms can be arranged 559 Church Street, East Richmond, Melbourne. Private address: 203 Lennox Street, Riclhmond:: • --uddlery. Saddlery. ArXlciery. ' Y~ r(Late J. Andrew.) Practical S3.&dler as T J. MAHONEY, n.ame 3 Established 35 years. All Classes of Work carefully and promptly done under my own superniloi t Lowest Possible Prices. Repairs Neatly Executed. A Trial Sol...

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Progress Leagues BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

Progress ENWes BL ACK.. PO.K . a The 'monthlyii eicting of the Black Rock Proresic . L?h'ue was, held last Saniirdiv. at the Iloyston.;Tea Iloonms. 'I'le president, --ir. Beck,: was in the chair. n:?sna il.ld their Was" a fair' attend ance. - Amogst 'those present was Cr. Kelly, who ,briefly thanked the members 'of li League inii particular, and Black :Rick iesildents. in general, for the support accorded him in the last mtinicipl l .election. .FOOTPATHS. A letter was recei\'ed froml the Moo ribbini Counicil, iri answer to a request from the Leagne, stating that the as phaltint of Ileah road footpath,: be twee. Gllenmore crescent and Balcomle road., wold hle :decided wihen the esti mates were tinder consideration. As reanrds Beauch and. Blff roadils, they would be gazetted public highways as sono; as pcssible.-Received. EXTRA POI:ICE PROTECTION IEQUIREI). . A second letter front the council dealt with the requlest of the League for better police protection. The coun cil enclosed a l...

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APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

APHORISMS. There is no despair so absolute as thal. whbih comes with the first moments of out -Irt great sorrow, when we have not yet kown what it is to have suffered and be haled, to have despaired and have reeo ared hope.-George Eliot. Diligence is the mother of good fortone. -anumns. -athlng resembles pride so much as dia I-ragement.-Arniel. I hold that gentleman to be best dressed -hose dress no one observes.-Trollope; A man may, if he knows no~thow to save as he gets, keep his nose all his life to the grindstone and die not worth a groat at ast.--Franklin. SFalsehood is often rocked by truth; but hassoom outgrows her cradle and discards her nurse.-Colton. Censore is a tax a man pays to the public for being eminent.-Swift. " Allways think before you spoeb." "It aouldn't do," replied Willie Wishington, y friends would think I am deaf aed

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TEA ADULTERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

TEA ADULTERATIqN. . Iron filings, sand, and Chinese clay ire much used in mixing with tea. these foreign substances make the tea veigh heavier, and it is.hard for anyone lot an expert in teas to discover !heir tresence. The Chinamen are adepts a; his business of adulteratfcn. In tie ate of the iron filings they are ve.'tered aver the leaves while they a:e preen, mnd as the leaves curl up and dry, hey cover this foreign subsaaace from tight.- Anwsers.

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IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

: IN DANGER; . When the eloqueint Dean or Armagh, )r Chadwick, was summoned to White-, aill to preach in: the Chapel Royal, Dr i0x,? Archbishop of Armagh, rallied im: otn the precarious position involved. 'i Mr Dean," said he, "you must be eryicareful when you get to Whitehall. tcmember it was there that King i.tarles lost-his head." TlIe Dean ivent to Whitehall, preached tis sermon, and returned, and then apped the Archbishop's liltle joke. "My 2lord," said he, "lwell-nigh uffered a wvorse fate than the king's. 'heverger in the Chapel Royal under ook to instruct me in the proper method f making my appearance. "'First,' said he,' I take the choir up o their places, and then, after they are eated, I returns for you, sir, and con* Iucts you to the " halter.' "-Answers.

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A HORSE-TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

A HOBBE-TRADE. The following story was told to a der. cal friend by a countryman named Dinny Cooley : "Good morning, Dinny; where did you get the horse?' "Well, I'l tell your reverence. Some time ago I went to the fair of Ros, not with this horse, but another horse. Well, sorraa wan said to me, 'Dinny, do you come from the aist, or do you come from the wesht P and when I left the fair there Aasn't one to say, 'Dinny, are you going to the aist, or are you going to the wesht? Well, your reverence, I rode home, and was near Kilnagross, when' I met a man riding along the road forninst me. "'Good evening, friend,' sez he. "'Good evening, friend,' sez I. "'Were you at the fair of Ross sez be "' I was,' sea I. "'Did you sell ' sea he. "'No,se I. "'Would you sell ' ses he. "'Would you buy? sen L "' Would you make a lane swop?' se he, 'horse, bridle, and saddle, and all? sehe. "' Done ' ses I. "Well, your reverence, I got down off av me horse, not this horse, but the other horse, and the man...

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

S._:"?, :- ' EDUCATIONA L . " : IIOSBEI1CON, GIRLS'. GRAtH?LAR SCHOOL. and, "'KINDERGARTEN. : NORTH ROAD, NORTH BRIGHTON 5: minutes from Gardenvale Station. 10minutesif'i froni iElcctric Tranmu:: -Large gr ,uittus; excellent accoummoda tion for 'Boarders. University, Primary, Junior, and " enior Elxanminations;. -- Also' for ' Uninersity? Local Examina .tionis: il ttisisi -. Prminpals- : MISS TISDIU L AND. MInlSS CLSiTANUE TISIJALL, -M.A. Class Singing and 'lhysiical Culture haven always lormed part of the. cur i iUlUm.n UananmngJ and Special ,Physinal Cul ture Lessins unr. olcn" to hon-l'upils.. Three Terms for 1914:Begia? February 10th: " June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils Imay be Enrolled any; time pro rata. : "NORFOLK": GIRLS' .SCHOOL, I::,SOUTJ ,ROADJ,,-BlulHTuNI?EACH;: The school 'is biautifully" situated, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. Sprupis prepared for J UNIUII ana SIIMU1t rUtILICU Esislinatlon?. als" fir Univtn aity and all other examImn tioii in milc. - 'hPy...

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PORT PHILIP CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

St'ORTIT'IIILLII' CLUB. L 'lthe .....annual mee ting of the Port Phillip :aibht Club. wa. held at -the Club rooms recently. 'I he ollicers clckted are :--Colnmtodore, Ar. ;J.:ti C. Iin ey'; vice-columltodore; .Mr: h. Doig; reaa-conunodore, aIr.. A." Riley; sdere tntr, lr.. . hllunt; treasurer .Mr.* C. Olates; ruomnittee, e?ssi'.: J. .Joles, ruith, Batemanl, .lurrie, i amInsay, llit, gson, ianld \ on lelad.l: • 'jhe rtmllether arc .ltoking forward to a successtful seiison, aid a, numlber of trophiei slIed IC baeen a !tl r ndillllngst dhich iS it Ih atudilsote0 chli lenge cup, ,vlled nat 1)/10/-, piristanted by 1hr. t. Ilintoman. - I The O'condithitn? t ire that lthe call must !o vnit- three tinme befol,: it all Ibe reta:lind. A numbelr of new mlember:s .are johining. The work of estcttingd . the present buildings will shortly. be-L- tidertaken.i To the regret of lemtbterrl Mr. i. G. Ramsay resog?:d the position .i see retary, which he had neld for inut years. lie was tli- adutiiraitl...

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

First and Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher. New St. Brighton 'Phone 12415. Established 1860 FURNISHED APARTMENTS. (O)OM. front; itse of kitchen, gas - stoie. -76 Carpenter st:, Brigh. ton. near tawn hall. BOARD' AND RESIDENCE. 70OUNG WOM.N wtants comifort able FURNISLIED ROOM, cnTveniences, near Sandringham "Etgo." Sandrinigham P.O.; PUBLIC NOTICES.: BENTrLEGIl IRECRELATION TRUST A WORKING BEEf will be held. in fhe Central Recreation Reserve oil 'IlThrsday, 15th, at S a.m. Workersj Wanted. . C. S. JUDD, Sec. .. D. LANCASTER, I Hairdresser, t Bay Street, has.resumed busi less, when he hopes tb>-meet all his old customers and friends. HOUSES AND LAND WANTED. MALL CO1'TACE, or iS2 Uifor nished rooms, Sandringhamn. lTleldlhone Brighton 1626. •m 'm a? ,t,, , I ELLiNIALE CRICreT .CLUB A MEETING of Meinbers ill .: be held in the {1PU13WI0 IIALj.I3 U LNT LEIGHI, on _MONDAY, "1?tWh, it at o'clock. BUSINESS--I3POR1TANT. ' 1H. SIIMOINDS,: Secretary. BOARD:AND RESIDENCE. C ANDRINGIIA. - Acconm...

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