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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

6 LINES FOR WOMEN ! L:dies ! make a "line" for these lines-Each one will prove to be a t:: oke of luck t. you. Thoe following are but few -hundreds similar 'await you at ALLEMS GREAT SALE. Lh1lFN BUTIT ONS-dd., id., 11d, 2d. a doz. (all colors); .'SAFETY PINS-Bost English Nickel Assorted, 2 ;doz. a id; 4Id hundred PTSS CSUDS-Al or P'ryons, 2 yards lid.- Y`ELVET BLNDING-Pink, Green, Saxe, Slarone, Cream, Fawn, Grey, _Ble, Brown, 3 yds. ald. or 18 for 41d; HOSE SUPPORTFHS, Sd & 9id : A? PINS-Plain, Black, 4 a Id.; 2 a id. short; Fancy, Short or Long. ? 1: . 1 Id., 2d., 2 1d. or 3d. ALSO :6 LINES FOR MEN?/ Men, Mothers! run your eyes along these lines, now at ALLEN'S you get more for, your money than ever Colored Bordered IHANDKERCHI PS, 3ad each,4 for II-; MEN'S9 ine -piece BATHING COSTUMES, Llld, 1/3, 1/11, 2/3, less than half : price. CANADIAN at 119. MEN'S 3ItrBINO SINGLETS 1/f5d. B? RAOES, good Plastic Web. 1/- pair. .FILK INITIAL IIANDKERCIIIEFS, 2/41d each; Twill Silk. O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

J. Toomath, Late of New Zcaland. BUILDER . and S 'BUILDING SURVEYOR,'i: at 110 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSORi If about to Purchase :or Repair.. House Property,: For a small leo I ?saven yon pounds Consult an Expert before Buying or Reiialrig Reports forsliehd on Construction and Condition of aiiny Clasns of Bailding rEstmsstesnf Repairs . 32 Yersn at the rode. ; fILEPHlOiB WINDSOI .IIA G. E. MENER IOTOR. ENGTNEE.R, REPAIRING AND EIIlRTNo DEPOT, iTEAM CAR SPICIALIST. - CORilNE ChIAPEL STREEI' & RITGITON ROAD. ST. KILDA: Mjtnr Oirs Orverhanle1. retrol and Oil Stored. .odemn ouring Car and Taxi Cabs; 0 four, Day mad Night, . n »0..s... ....n. 0.. ..... 5..0. :' . 'Healthy & Unihealthy Lighting: ' i Much stress is frequently laid by interested persons on the enormous advantages of electric lighting over gas from the hygienic point of view. Hea what three eminent men have recently said on the subject:- "Much evidence has lately been adduced to show tLat gas is more useful than t...

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A WESTERN "HOLD-UP." [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

A WESTERN "IO3L-UI P':" Nothinsg is further from ;the reial tlhirng 'than the "stories of W'estern ife • that inniy anl Eastern romancer tells. 'Asid of all the tales-there : is ilonk so 'iilike the thing it y:retenids La describe as the tale of', the stage coach robbery or "'hold-up," as they all'it out IWest. In theiromaiices the ,ranthless;, `reader es?i sthe outlaws ly i,?" in- -ait:aiiong t1e edge of the "me 'a" .while 'the doomed coach' toils iup oit of thle 'Kroya. He' :skes the lea ie'r, lhad in -"somlbero and loncho." sarrey the :approahcriiiiprize. Then omiies' the dttack. There are blood curdlinii yells anil :gallopingi horses, a greatl deiil o:'f romiscuous shooting, and often the episode uends with the deathl of .the leadcr of ;the . odtla.s; or o the.: brave youing niiner- iho is pro' tecting the .lady: passengers ivitli his tist.: six-shooter. :By.w ay of con tiast l her·i~ iiSin old stare-driver's ac cornt f , a .enl:t holdup.".; The old aiun:, diro\e ' the coachli[ ...

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Football THE BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

TILE BRIGHTON CL13B.:;' Altliough.- the cricket season liias several;y: weehiyet to'go' football jiistions for th various psiotsitios clbos6d idtlii'thi Seietary: (lir: P:,i Piallmiani) ,`i Thursday next. ' The ,club iill:' aaial face tllhe easonf wvith a deficit, and. to assist in liquid ating the anioint the players heiive pledged-_themselves to raise a certain sumn, The recent appeal proved s'te censfel and to further augment : the amount in lhaind two enlarged photo graphs of last season's team wil.l be disposed of.' Tickets are; now a -ail able and results swill be nannounced at the annual meetfing.i Photos. are niow on view 'it Lr.- . P. : Francis' store; Churchl? street, and Mir. Cole's, Bay street. This . the fst time tlht tlhe playcrshaile taken such a 'keen inter est in the-selfareof the Club, and their 'action' is greatlyv, appreciated by the committee. , Previously the experi ene- of the committee has been. that thie lplayers 'have niade demands for incieased- paymenats ...

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SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

,,- SECOND G1RADE EIternwick Methodists 'G"for 190 (Chadwick: 2 n.o., Edgerton 20;'Wat kin=:32;= Smith `14 Flettl foirfor -73; sher': t iio': for 82),: v?, Brigliton Pres. anidringlia. IPrIes 119 (Aibbott "29 Coribett 25,;leg 1B Piiumimeroy thre for 33,:I Sahlstein:1 two for'0 14;Cle~r me ger thre:e for 43);-, v. St." :Mary's B two' foie; . 36 .(Dai "'90; Mantthewsa 11 n :' Abblottf one focr 0Evans'r'' 9 Howe,: hIighett: ··'43ý "(Evain , 9]Iowes. Stevens 'five for 13,'Pa' '' one for1.), . St. itherine'a five for 79 (Alexan der: 31 Wall 15:, Bos;·illl'4nio. Geori ?:, two ? for 13. HoI'wes one?:for 17; George two for 24): ::' : iHurl ihnm l153 (Goldin; 60, David scn >2 v. Trinitiy tiw for 83 (A rigg 34 n.o., Jager 19 no.) CElsternawick ;Baptistsi 92: (Charles 31, Tidball 9": 9 .Ro,,: oberts:: four=for' 30; 1Vilkins :,three ::for :i20) v' iloorabbin oni?: for 100 (Green 4 .oa: WVilkins 38 eo.) ., Mill street gave gent rk a walk ovr. r.

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FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

14, elll i.o.: o ower a10 Ellin four '-for 33;', Simniondis tio for "26; lrinsen two, for 18),'v Ellir"dale four for 100 (Carter 35,':Judd 17 ao.; iaonsen 10 n.o.). ' Jfighett. :four for 217. (Stephen 7T, Fox 74 n.o., f'GaCrthy 20), v.: Bright on Union.i Cheltenihani 109 (Brilgliorn 44 no Colo 20, Rose 10; Kennedy "three" for 24, Hart three- for 23), i A:N.A. N 4 for 3.1 (Kenley 11). Tiampton' 124. (Tatchelll 2'" Broad bent 19, Baxter 19 n.o?;'Stahel four for' 60, :Ley two for 29;3,Ed:hid?ilnn tiro for 18, Bradbury; tto6:-if h),V Congs. 7 for 50.

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B.D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

Sandrin hni ihove :ie lost thliir punch.'.' Oips .d by the crack Ellin dal' -tlea last: Satiilray they per fonnrmed very indilferetly.: JiTack God by , won` the toss anid sWas compelled to hat or put the- isiitors ino on I wic!eta,: that h iad :not been' prepared. Of course ? as ' a' sorrtsman: h.e chose to"i~ a his hlow nsid. facet ith trouble gieni r'?out. -.ff I lni he-.da liit up!~:ur: for 100; and Ihae the inatclihsell;hi Band already - arter,; 35,- s top scorer, and shiwed a partiality for red.notoa off whoi e hebit a siser. Te'b only' other: reimiaikable featuiiriof. ana the n`nio;-balling' .of lPhil. Robertst .:li e is ndringhain'-' Timpirm:i(Mr. ' muigati) f?oiaii hlus end. 'Everybody lild thefbreatil h foi a fiiijiiutu but Ifortuniately .notlhinig serious happened. 'inhe-- aine will he resumed to-day; biut s:a 'foregone oecoibhiision: ; r Elliiidale'? judging by? the want o dulili? ':eand determmiation amongos th Saiiidriii'liin aiten, whe :are ii d entlyI not wpuilliný' ?...

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Cricket. SUB-DISTRICT. SUB-DISTRICT. BRIGHTON v. FOOTSCRAY. SEASIDERS WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

SUB-DISTRICT., SUB DISTRICT: B4RIGHUTOII FOOTSCRAY SEASIDERIS WIN ,As Brightoi had ainied ia silubstan tial lead of 53 rims and;!'still ':liiad four; wickets: in Ihand, :the principal iteni: of interest lay, in their. ttempt to win the match: outright.;' :Ivor 'WarneSinith (39) and Pearce (6) :resilmed on a wicket: .hich wvas Sffected by the previous nightis ratin :PeIarce wis take: liy; suixrprise \vith: shooter' with' but a single added ,.-to his `score. Norman. Neille by 'yell execuitel plillimn and off-driving got a few• toether when he was clean' beaten by Loiirey. Warne-Smitli, ttowards the end of his iiinings, delighted' :;on= lookers byvhitting in fine sttyle until, with 62 against hIis name, a i big- lit wias svell caughi in the outfield. Dixon ihoried that lihe could hit well, iand carried liis but for 11. . Bob Grieve-fell ai victiin ,to his own good" nature, as after ian unsiccessfil appeal for' stumping h:.e left hie _round, gathered up the bails, and on lookin ..back f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

The UAITY Btcher K. Morrison BAY ST. BRIGHON, , 7 Cr ampton St. ' 22 ighton We Sell the Earth By heFoot, -Acre or 3lIle' eox Bros. :.. (J. & C. Cox), Cjr Glen Huntly & St.George's Rd s ELSTERNWICK, EARTH '-SALESMEN Rents Collected All Suburbs. SPECIAL CARE TAKEN FOR ABSENTE2E OWNERS. Harold LOOKER & 00., AUCT[IONEER (Harold Looker, formerly Partner and Auctioneer in late Firm of W. R. Looker and Sons), ESTATE and FINANCIAL AGENTS, FARM SALESMEN, VALUERS, OPPOSITE CAULFIELD STATION. OPPOSITE CAULFIELD STATION. Houses, Farms, Orchards, For Sale throughout the Surrounding Districts. MONEY TO LEND ON MORTGAGE from 4 1/2 per cent. per annum. Phones-Office, Malvern 827 ; Private-Oakleigh- 41. Particulars Wanted of Properties For Sale and To-Let. Mr. Harold Looker may be consulted at his Private Address, "Yambee," Neerim-road, Muirumbeena . N.B.-In order to avoid confusion, please carefully note firm's name and address - Opposite Caulfield Station only. Baylee &...

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SOUTHERN CROSS ENVELOPES, [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

SOUTHERN CROSS ENVELOPFS, 3/6 per 1,000 vitecl and they will aftrivards be for warded for distribution amongst the poor of the City. The death of Mr. John B. Barrow occurred on Thursday morning at his mother's refidence, lurrows street, at the early age of 20 years. Deceased, who had ben ailing for several years, was a patient sufferer:. The fuieral took place yesterday at the Brighton Cemetery, the service at the grave be ing conducted 1y Rlev. J. Butler Johnstone. The funeral arrangements were carritd out by Mr. J. Monkhouse of Carpent-r street. MOORABBIN. The Mooralnbin Football Club's first 1 dance of the season will be held in the Shire Hall on Saturday evening, March 7th, and the annual meeting will be held on the Thursday follow ing (12th). Ilesidents of the district: will no: b he able to obtain supplies of fresh meat and small goods, Al-butchering business has been iopened l''i thne'ne premlises next to Rey nolds' store;,by Mr. C.: Wilson,:"late rwitlh ;ir.l"1:V Rid dell, o...

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Electric Trams THE PRAHRAN-MALVERN TRUST. ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 February 1914

Electric Trams THE PRAHRAN -MALVERN TRUST ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN: The Prahran and Malvern Trust no-   tified Caulfield Council on Tuesday that the period for which Mr. Alexander Cameron had been appointed Chairman of the Trust would expire on March 16th, and also notified that he was eligible for re-election Cr. King said that Mr. Cameron was father of the tramways system and proved himself a most estimable chair- man. He moved that the Council approve of the reappointment of mr. Cameron. The motion was carried unanimously.  

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Cricket. BRIGHTON v. CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914

e:ricket. PIhGILTON v.: CAULFIELD. "Brighton.imet Caulfield mon :Saturday last :at ;tlhe Caulfield Park, where ., a good svisket hadk lieni prepared.;: The visitois w:ere without, their consistent left ,iaihder,: Grieve, who was unavoid 'abl? absent, and as ,Montfort had'the niisfortinei to losoe the toss, :a: serious problen't would likel", have resulted had it not bieen for. the -way in .whicl Neville 'in'd King outclassed tlhe Caul field biatsmen. Neville,' who is seldom seen at his best on the Brighton ground, bodiled unchanged against the wind. 'nid, sent down 2L overs - for 66 runs and six wickeTs.- Only twobliats nien,-' Stephenson (33) and F. Ward (17) shinned with confidence, and bothi were favoured by eingl dropped in the outfield. Caulfield fielded a substi tute, for "Grieve, who will be in :-his customary- place to-day, and playing :as true sportsmen ioth C. Merritt :and J. Ward :took nice catches for Brighton. Brigj(tn . fielded .in earnest, which made the droipping of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914

PRACTICAL TAILOR; VICTORIA BUILDI NGS, No. a , First Floor (take lift), .,, Il' 80o Swaston t, Melbourni PORTMAN I'TRl'T. OAKLIIGOB. . LADtES .Cs''tU?IES A SPECIALIY Fi: and 8tyle Guaranteed ( Telephon 6748 Central. JHOLESALE CLOTHING CO Established 1580. ' '.Good Work, Economy. Telephone- 477 : Promptitude. Windsor E.'. :i8hts to Order, Trousers, i5so 7s. 6d to d 5. S .. 'TAILORS, Cot: : iers, H-latters, Mercers, 1·- J i55 CHA?PEL STREET, WINDSOR *A. Carefully selected Stock of New, Fasbhonable Woollens Hats a,,d 'ehercry by eveiy mail Cut and Make, the Latest. Satisfaction guaranteed. 'Patterns &c oa appltcatioo. J R. BRADISH, Maniager. Prahran's!Lea.ndg' Dentist: E. TATTERSON Dentas Murkeoa," 162 Greville Sire Prahran TELEPIONE, 47 ~WINDSOR. ESTABLISHED 1898. Get Busy and Get that , £3 Dickenson & Foster, AUCTIONEEI & ESTATE ACENTS, 99- CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR. TELEPHONE WINDSOR 111. Have handed the sum of £3 to a well-known Prahran gentleman, who will hard...

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Brighton Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914

Briqhton gouncil Th'o Brighton Council's overflow meetinig, at . iclh surplus business from the prdvious meetiing cale on, wans:' hld on 31Monday evening, the Mayor (Cr. T Wilson, J:IP.) presiding. Ieave of' asence scas sranted to Cr. (reeoti din .l a dl- alsentee. :The ijiuues occupied oier 2:' hours, nd.l includel toh reading' of minutes, hbich'ih apipeareda lmosta interminable, altlitonh o?ly ktaking 15. minutes.; A saving quality was' the. cler,; impres sie elocitioniof th6e town clerk,.'whosi inuirsions' short. 'cuts,, oncisions;, evei to the,"kipping" of ':hahole pnages, :-hal so .cilitate th0e processa considerably.. As the fmiuutes lare ttyse-written, cop len niglit b&esent to Coincillors, :add e ' ore i- ecfctively3 chccked in j this 'aay, also sing, time ando theo strain o the 'Toc. i ?Clerk's vocal olforts. Th .is one by, other Councils-the idie ??is ', not new or patented.'. The Council, in divided into two sections as regards methgd of .viewing the busi ness,.to...

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Open Sea Bathing DRESSING SCREENS AT BRIGHTON. SITE PROPOSED NEAR DENDY STREET. RESIDENTS OBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914

Open Sea Bathing DRESSISG SCREENS AT STREET:: "' f ISilI'lTpSOBJECTG TI eI icti o ? 'Creetini screns' fo'r oipen sea: b;th'lrsivas: biefore thei lirighioi: :Council at MI[onday's meet iug. , At the 'previos ilf'meetuig the matter ' hlid beet disbsed, annd' a committe : iecomaiieiided the? erection-of two jarrali 'istrictires; 20:_feet:by nine feet; for men: andi wonmenfire'spectiel, ii theLs vicinity--- of-- Dendyv street. About 20 resiidont- ii' tlat locality at' tended last 310nlhav's iteetinr ash i dep utation to protest aigainst tihe screens being, erected at tlit. i point.' Cr Ha.ll formally introduced the :dieutationb:. -1r. : ; .'l)ethridge :said that:.tlicy? twished -to cxapiess 'thiem .icu'"S of peopiile residiha ': int- t:lud- sti;reet :'nd-:'thie ni hlurliod.':: Tie': diid iih t pro pose to "attack :at 0dri icuiss, :ithe policy of ;tlid ouiiicili :reari - to thle: ree tio- i:offt pui - dli: iresising sreeis¢ - biit to point" out duthat-th d sitructures:; in tlie propisedi...

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BURNING A FIRE BREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914

BURnAt\NG A 1 ElRi ] An5 :kt.; :the: Cetenhai Court on 1?ýl nesdw i hlionias CaCirson as iioceedea a-ainst by Coliidac i Frikei- fo startU 2;'liini tliereh y dauliiiging» propei'tyd ` , ab tlble rr.c 'erl sat ntd that, dehnd-. ntb lit "a fireo -.ila Sinaiv sh3ri andi tlihe following ?dniiy : big?!lutreak took pl acein' thliu icinityij whereohy i::s?ael wproperttu s'Acra.: .steed.; ,lie atited thit 'on t osiiinr of the 24th iia Sfiere of .tu-trea ahight oundfe dnuLa ,ni lpiror toe: l it hrge.a,, Ilefenidnhti dnhiitte higlihtinr?- the- firn on;i. tl .i-" ldn aut plieadedenot "guilty Add Fire Fightem -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914

CHELTENHAM SADDLEBY. OBELTENHA.3 R. G: Maxwell, SADDLE, HARNESS AND COLLAR MAKER. J ". PASSE, PUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, WINDERMERE CRESCENT, MIDDLE BRIGHTON. ESTIMATES GIVEN. JOBBING and REPAIRS DON F.. Telep.hone: Brighton 631,. J. L. SMITH, SHAY, CORN, CHAFF and PRODUCE ' MI ERCHANT, PUBLIC WEIGHBRIDGE. 'CHAFF-CUTTING DAILY UP TO s"'NOON ONLY P.!-.' (Saturdays Excepted). N.B.-NO CHAFP CUT DURING CHRISTMAS WEEK. CENTRE ROAD, BENTLEIGI. Telephone Brighton 282. ECONOMIC CASH STORES,: MELROSE ST., SANDRINGHAM. J. A. GE ER ,.,.. GROCER and PRODUCE MnERO? iNT CROCKERY and IRONMONGERY" S WOOD and COAL. 'Phone Brighton 968. Black Rock Orders called for and delivered Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. R. PANKHURST FURNITURE DEALER. ZLEN]IUNTLY RD., GLENHUNTLY' New and Secondhand Furniture Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Large Stock of New and Secondhand Furniture to Choose From. Orders by Post or Otherwise Promptly Attended to. OPEN.ING NOT-4,E. MR. WILLIAM NEIL, Late of Alexauder Stuart and Co.,...

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COUNCILLORS' VIEWS. CR FRANCIS URGES SCREENS WHERE BATHERS BATHE. CR. HANBY INSPECTS THE FORESHORE. SHOCKED AT WHAT HE SAW. DISGRACEFUL SCENES IN THE TEA-TREE. FRIVOLOUS SUNDAY REVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914

LOUN1 LORS VIL S CR FI INCIS URG S U SI E\S for: i ,do't ioii:l. ? ;.. <<, " m. ,. " IIOUJALD T T 11 DISc;1 RICdE CENE IIE FlT VQLOUS.~ {SNDi .tXl UI;LLERI.l tibs cn pjitl3 the rtcoiniietd ation of the committee ro'tklisii thn the tows ideirleand dengicer elect sites in the isnnty3 of bendy street, cane up for -adoption: r. CrsI. Phnlmairiand Hull moved that the :South-Ward Councillors select the site. Cr. 'lancis objected. 'The South Ward members would lie placed in an insvidious position. There would be objection wlerever the scrr'cs were placed. The place most fuvner .d by bathers was at the foot of I),ndy streot.-' and was occupied by bathing boxes. The screens must be' erected in the places most favoured by bathers or they would not be used at all, and peolple in the most favoured bath ilig resorts awould go our dressing and. undressing as. at present. Thi screens vere a necessarv evil,, and it'would e a lot better it they. could: do without ?them. ? : 'h1...

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SECOND ELEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914

SECONDM LI'1ENS Bri~iton I dccupied' the -wickets all dlay, and. piit together 270 runs; Hughb Purse played; a' sine ilnlngs for 121, JackIDloahoo got 46 by good cricket; nid Jimnmy T.hoipsoni 44. ** ****t

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B.D.C.A. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914

B.1).CA. . * . - IIIS'I: .^R ADI;'^.·: · " ;I . . . The draiw for the isecondi routindl SFel)ru?ar 21 and "2S. ' Cheltenliam v. A. :" Elliidrile v. Syandringbni.' '. , , SIIibhett ':.'ConEs.: .. " . ,' :1, : ..'Shaidriri haiii v Clielteam. . T'riluiiyt v. lig I(t :" tCoiigs. ilaniptlon.n Marhroh 2 arnd 28. (C.leiehlitiam v. Ellindal. Saiiriinghain h .: -.N.A . Cones. r T'riity.3 UHigliftt i, Hamppton; .. [fie litl t between i the Sundringhiai iaid Ellindale heavy-weiglits nearly went the schelduled 20 rounds.: 'Ii tle early pairtt'if the contrest the calbage sluatters "kept tie 'bsand-irhhih'ers on c the move,r , but the latter's smother daved themn a lot of Ipunishlient,e and whlen ili tiherith roiotilt went they :ierie onlyv a'rlittleubebhiid on: points.: Thri next four romunds wereiEEllindale s,. and the liout apipeared: to .be' all .over aex celpt shooutilng. ;i'.' h:'e'hcy; beltl, Satnd d rilihn if about: the rin'in. 'reat style jn ani7 Ets dsiuteryaaln t 2a'...Ue'tr when time ...

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