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RECORD OF CUP WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
RECORD) OF mUP WINnTRS. l&684-Li!dalo. J. J. D)ly. iSSS-T.iidailei . aMills. lbrS--BeaconsficIl,. J. Mills. - 13S7-YTaiir Glen, N. 3CGurry. ISS-Franklston, J. Olncy. 1SS9-Yan Ycnt.. 1; '3lills. IS~90-l3ornmiston, .. Lon- muir. . . 1 1l- Mornington, W. M3 ck. 1892-Yan Yean T': Grillin. IS93--Bacchlus llarsh--I. Clayton. lSl9-1ilornluiintoumn, . Marriott. IS95--IBccous M'rsh, A. Carfield. ISr>-Quicenscliff, .T. PIepl-ral. IS97-Q?(ceinsciff, W.I Burgess. 189lS-Sorrento, . Stayner. ISil)-SOrrento, :G. Stnyner. !)00---QuiirnsclifT. W. Liongn"uiir ti90l-(celong, W. Thorne. :' !0n2-31orningtoi-C. Rice. ' 1i93-:-3ornington, \. Clemnicmls. l901--Sorrento, F. Crawford. 190-JO--lornington, J. Kelly. 9)O6-uceenscXff..A. :Mustard.t i.7-Morningtoi W. -Lirshaw. IoxS-iforjniiiigton, J. Poiti. 19)09-Sorrento; A; Caneron. I!l0-r3murniingto i, Andrmews Ull-Sorarnto C. Anirews . . 1912-3Morningtoii, J., Foster. :, l913--lidrnlinm.totn J!. ] 'Coolper. 1i91 i-Quienscliiff R. HaIliday.-: ':
BRIGHTON v. S.M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
c. orh ,Siddall "Graiain-82 27 as0i'ooc in.l'dsn '`6e Ilatkins' Bower, ]ipankui, N `:`' ,e ' Fergusoni " Sainpson Anges, 3Ienton6 (126) - "beat'. Okldeig i(SO) and °are; Ileaders, in,; tlieir 'seetioni`' leli,,s1'ri(n11,) iiprov~ed 'too ;hard a 1 ,con~iInaition for Elstdinsiek (39)'.
THIRD GRADE. February 21 and 28. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
THIRD GRADE. February 21 and 28. Iiirlihghaui v." Baptists. Bentleigh Methodists v. "Moorabbiin. St. Catherine's v..:Reent 1Park. St. Mary's v. IIighett. March 7 and 14. oorabblin v. llurlingham..' Beistleigh Mfethodists" v. Baptists. St. Mary's "v. Regent Park. Hlighett v. St. Catherine's. March 2L ndal 28. Bontleigh v. Ilurlinghnm. . Baptists v. Sloorabhiu. St. Mary's v.,St. Catherine's. Rlgent -'ark v_ lighett. St. Caitheriine' 12 (Alexander 3L, Boswell IS, Stevens 17 ;R. George four for 29, ]Iowes three for 46,: . George two for 13) beat 1Iighett 43 (Evans 9 ; Stevens five for 13; 'Page one for one): and' 95 (Daft' 27, Cullen 22 n.o. :--Stedicns orii for -_3--?Colo-one for 17) :by 3 'runsn .. '. v. -lurlinghanim -147- (Toe-hI Leei?17, Pan'ant 30; Walsl: four ifoi 30) beat Beaitleigh tilethodists 94 (Roberts 16, Marriott 19, Watt 21, Walsh 18, Hat tam- three for 29, Toe two for .14, Angus one for 3) and 31 (Watt 10 ; Ifattam seven for 17) by an ' innings and 22 runs. Moorabbin 2-...
The Gardeners' Picnic. OUTING AT QUEENSCLIFF. AN EXCEEDINGLY HOT DAY. R. HALLIDAY (MITCHAM) WINS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
The Gardeners' Picnic. OUTING AT Q IJEES.LIF-F. AN EXCEEDINGLY -HOT DAY. it IALLIDAYX (MTLCHAM): )INS The 30th annual outing f the : )Ma'r ket Gatdeners and Fruit Grbwers'took pl>ace, on 'Thursday, ;and the picnickers sweltered in the 'great heat. :With ai: hot north wind . Ulowving,: and the shade temperature, climbing up .to the maximumn of 106 deg., both the, Hy geiaend Ozone left Port Mslbelurne with a full compleimentof :passengers, who tried in various -ways- to keep cool. V Happily the strains of'. the band on- the- boats proved . to be t6ooliuch eved for the heeat of the sun," and several of the younger pas senders "tripped the light fantastic toe" in evident, enjo?mnent. Eldei and more stately people were content: to find. shady spots in which to rest. The refreshment booths did a good deal of business, and the fruit stall was well patronised. The water was almost a dead calm;, and conse?ltently sea sickness was only noticeable by its absence, although manyv of the trave...
District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
District News BRIGIITON. .Tie plroposial to estulahlii a Friendly Societis' Diseicnsulrv, in:Brightoi- ?i?s considered by the A..A t. 'at.` their meeting last week, and frter dimscssion it Was -agreed to:furtlier deal' iith the matter at' tii special 'mnetigil to be. hehlbl oi March ]°h.ll - Thie syllabus. item. a novelty competition'hiartailtled by Mfr. Ley, was aIeatily enjoyedJ by incmbers aid :mh:im'llnds -;he? win?er was MIr. Ad:,.tii - wlho 'seer-d. awhaniid somi clock; ahilstt Mr Rolinisoin as awarded an ornate ifk-staoil.a.:' Thle usual monthly committee ni'et 'in of the North Warild ,Progress. Asso ciation, wnas held 'akf .eiIi -Murpfh stritc hill on M3ondii ist 'tiheni agco"mmn nication was reciuýucd froni the loarid renarding tlihe desictori, anad iippreci :*ation wans,expressed at the', Boarl's uc tion in iur .' gg they municipalities to dlecihldd"; pon: a site'that would be suitable to all parties. The Secre (tay reported that, eight new applica tions or., membersisip h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
Electric Saw Mill and Timber Yard Ivervthun' atu Melibourne'Prices. Macphers nand Lawrie. Middle Brighton. Telephone 45 Doherty & o. SALE SPECIALS. The Balance of our Best Quality Cambric Prints, we are clearing at 41d. yard. Best Quality Foulards, reduced from 8;d, to 6d. for the Sale 34-inch Whip Cords, "Good range of colors Reduced from 9d. to 6d. The balance of our Trimmed Millinery we are. clearing at Half-price. See our Knock-out.Line of Ladies' Donegal Tweed . Skirts at 4/11. 127 GlenHuntly Rd,, Elste'rnwick 'Phone-Brighton 747. Iecord Summer Sale E SHOP AT THE SI.X. L. (Registered). UP-TO-DATE -DRAPERY AND MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT ART NEEDLEWORK. UNDERCLOTHING, DRESSMAKING SPECIALITIES AGENT FOR-M-ADAME" \VEIGEL'S CUT PAPER PATTERNS. The Celebrated ITA _IAN BENE DICTINE, Aznti-Gout, Rheumatic and Sciatica Powders, direct from Pistoia Italy, For Sale. Corner Church & M]?le Sts., Middle Brighton. One Minute from Railway Station. ADVANCE BRIGHTON. THE PUBLIC SUPP...
SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
SECO\` GRAlDE Th' second irads continue their mati chlies ais follows "St Ma ry's Brighton 'res SandringhaniiPie.s. '. Con:s. Eliternvhick Methodists `' 1Trinity I'urlinghaitn a bye. 35,f (raha nio. 20'`: Youens four' for 62 B"uns'n two for- 31 esttwo fr ,) b'eait iurlinGham 13 .1ndil five .for 53 ?:( o?Ien .35 a.o:i Grigg thres for 15' Diuiain :foiur for?12): by3; 39runs on first' inings.:. : Elsteinscisk Metlodists 20' (Iieudry 15, Chadwiick "73,' E'erton 20,.W'atkins 32;:Usher twbo for ;2', Flett four` for 7) heat Brighton:Pres., 117 Landiers 57 f Blrowining' seen- for 410) and "41L (Elliott.. ;' Browiing 'ffour:" f.o'i q16, Egerton two for 7) by an iniiigs and 14 runs; . St.' tary'~ , 190' (Davies. 20, Smith 29, Clmenger 6S, Beare our foia55,r Corbett two 'for, 76) :eat Sandringham Presbyterians 119 -rand :three. for 97) (W. Benar (6) iby ,71 uins on.first, in . L" DPts St. Marys 6 ;..: ..: ... ... 8 1 0 16( Shidringiami :Prces. . ... 6 3 0 12 Tiurlinhaim... ..' 0 3 0 .'1 Trinit...
A TREMENDOUS BURST UP. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
A TREMENDOUS BURST UP. THESE WORDS EXACTLY ' DESCRIBE WTIAT IS HAPPENING NOW AND WHAT WILL HAPPEN UNTIL . TIHE 21st FEBRUARY, WITH THE PRICES OF ALL GOODS .?ITHIN THE FOUR .WALLS OF GROGANIS DRAPERY EMPORIUM, ELSTERNWICK, ON ACCOUNT OF. THEIR GREAT SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CL SEARING. SALE. SALE. " .PRICFS ARE ALL BURST UP TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEXT SEASON'S GOODS. THE SALE IS NOW ON. YOU ARE ADVISED -TO MAKE AN EARLY VISIT TO TEE EMPORIUM. subject is ' nt fin: the in er'sts',c of freedoml, anild: democracy .- btate.ser vaints shobild :linvc iunre riftd "idliti cal rights." r.' Clem." -Hack .-will officiate as adjudic?tor:i-. Visitrs are cotdially invited to be i-resent. The garden party organised for the raising of funds to liquidate the debt. of £900 remanining on .St; James' R.C; seliool building,. was opened on Thursday evening by Dr. Maiinaix, in the presence of a large gathering. The fete. will be continued. this after noon; and eveninrg SANDRINGHlAM. Ini' ns...
Bowls A SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
9st.ciION Brighton v. :Rihimnond :Union: Victodran . :'Elsternicl D)istrict. Blrilhton entertained the A1inoern Club on the local - reeniion;: Shturday and:::?: finished up with?' a; comfortable lenad :of :s: : .i'ecsey's rink scoired 41 to 'theire op poneits' ?f2 ·lb. :no I t .nlricis? . flainnan, ' lad ii sitli Carton lfor` leanderqof thei.: 'ec tion, journeyed acrcosso;'to';s Sooth ·J'-le boinse lonlident of sibeinile :ato tarin :the" positio Th ,s houes nder, found the home tenem 0in good form. droppedl ,hack'r toi second position: 'Th?he iSo erils ule, Sinclair 'icl . isi ; b.ton Stott` 2.'y Ufaphhiam; 'rior; !Os:erend, :11Mainm Conhiles .1' 'iliinsis ;'? (organ;,)! to ?'r ,Jhes~no, ^Cohen `Taylor 'Ross', 10'' 4 3118
PROPOSED FACILITIES AT MOORABBIN SHELTER SHED WANTED AT MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
*PROPOSED FACILITIES AT .MOORA3BBIN' SHELTER SHED INTELD A MlENT1ONEL A deputlatioi firom theiMentonio Po'1o gress'': Association':,waited 'upon'l the; Aloorabbin. Shire Council on 'Monday; and, urged that,a shlelter and dressing shed combined should be erected on the beach near the Mentone pier' Thdy I Sidrmijtted a' plan lwhich provided for, a large structure with two small -rooms for undressing and, dressing. : ":Seats would be provided in frdont of ::the ro?nis for the general' public:: ' The estimated cost'would be £5" a ". '-r;. Edwards explained that lthereI was 'no provision made for" open sea S bathers at that point of the beach;, i wrhich was, greatly favoured. by :resi' r dents and':visitors.: lThe!r'propositionh of the Association was that they would I find ,£20 if the council would contri burte.the bilanceir. . . ~' . . Cr:'Scudds Ifavoired the suggestions, buitit iass o use erectingthe.place unless-:it: weir properly couducted Ci' White considered :thiat ::.the?r shoul...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
DEATH. DOVE.—On the 20th February, at his residence, William Street, Brighton, John Dove, beloved husband of Jane Elizabeth Dove, and loving father of George, Jack, Sarah, Bertha, Thom- as, Jennie, Maggie, Leonard, May, Percy, Jonathan. Aged 65 years. &nbsp; &nbsp; BARROW.—On the 12th of February, at "Croasdell," 10 Burrows street, Middle Brighton, John Batten Bar- row, dearly beloved son of Susie and the late James Barrow. Aged 20 years. A patient sufferer at rest. FUNERAL NOTICE. &nbsp; DOVE.---The friends of the late Mr. John Dove are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Brighton Ceme- tery. &nbsp; The funeral is appointed to leave his residence, William Street, &nbsp; Brighton, THIS DAY (Saturday, &nbsp; February 21st), at 3 p.m. J. MONKHOUSE, Undertaker, &nbsp; Brighton, Sandringham and &nbsp; Bentleigh; tel. 162, Brighton. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. MRS. S. BARROW desires to sincere-...
ALLEGED INCENDIARISM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 February 1914
ALLEGED INCENDIARISM. &nbsp; Several fires of suspicious nature have occurred in the district during the last few months. On Sunday morning a labourer, named Sydney Townsend, a well-known resident of the Mentone district was arrested by Constable Fricker on a charge of set- ting fire to some scrub and endanger- ing property. It is stated that Mr. R. Marriott, of Nepean road, was hav- ing an inspection of his market gar- den before retiring for the night on Saturday, when he saw a man going along the road lighting fires. Two small outbreaks were extinguished by Mr. Marriott before any damage was done, but a third secured such a hold that assistance had to be obtained from a passing motorist before it could be got under control. The in- cendiarist was seen to make off in the direction of Mordialloc. As a search was hopeless in the dark, Mr. Marriott informed Constable Fricker, and at day-break next morning they picked up the tracks, which lead them to a tent secluded in some t...
ELSTERNWICK EXTENSION. GLENHUNTLY LINE NOT PAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914
,II.'STEI:RNWICK EXTENSION.. !L:SNlNSTLY LINE" OT PAYING. The (Caullield Council fceived on ?, ,Shy Ir.llhic sumlmnlars trolt the l'rahr.ut and Malvern TranmwayY Trust, fr r a:s,. eWtdin, February 18th, which lluntcd that the average receipts were as flihms -Trust lines 15.74115d, Bal cla;. road 1-.956d, Caullield 9.617d. and l?i 11.31t9d. T11" 'l own Clerk explainedt that ]'r. s1\ had informed him that the line from i.l-t,.raici to Balaclnva road a-y Iayingt hanidsomely, but the loss , the (lenhuatly hne reduced the . cr.?ce rrccaciptL. 'r. King said the samne thing ap ipled t, Balaclava road extension. lit lic fronm st. hilda to Khew was ,aci.: betts r than any Trust, line. bIt tie loss on the Darling road broa iht it down. "The Daring roan train returned. the same as the "lsttra wick e.xtension. The Council had ni ca5,, 5 for csncern regarding the Glen lastly line, for houses were being rapidly built on the East side of n;lanye road, and which would result ir a itbigger revelue o...
LARCENY COMPLAINT DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914
Garnet Turner of -Balaplva, ,, was charged with ste ling one flat iron. valued at 1/- ,the property of Mrs. Sandford; of Chelsea. ;. Mrs: Sandiord said that herlplace was Iu rnt out onl Deceinber oo by L 'a fire. : ,Certain articles - were 'recoered from the fire;-inclhding theU ironu , ed.. Frewin; , ; Justicw of Peifcr and: valusator, said .that on: Dlecemier 27th hli 'aaili accused g?o to 1rid Sa?iid ford's ilace ii: comlpany with: l yoaiung ladly:. Accused ient tdo'the other:side iof. the buiilding aldi came ui:bck with Ya flat iron.: V itncss had:plalced. tio irons oii itlhe stoive arly in thli af ter: .snoon.: A un--sed ran awas; otd itiiess. :,approanitcid t'Dind il idS'?lieipec:tei' the sto-icdafterwards acid only found:- os?i ]r -'h.arty.-Did.lie roni.away le cause yo oi~mnlanfy, assaulted him.? Sitness.- refluse to answer. Co~i tinuing, s witness said he did oei`nt temI t to strike aiccused isit&lt;i theliiron. tonstable: M'Donald .sthan li't hilst theprevions-witn...
Dinner to Dr. M'Gee. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914
Dinner lito Dr. M Gee ast Saturday evening a coplinimen ary. dinner .i':is tendered liy "the iicdi al profession ofl lrighton and c d istrict o l)r J. ..:. :' Gee, of Bfghtbhowlio i;nabout" to :taket a tour round ,the rorld.:. The dinner .'was :held at )avies's Royal .;Terminus IBotel, Brigh on- Beach,.and was-attendedeby:_? a: argo n:number of Dr. f3lGee's medical riends.: Dr... Roderick; Aiteliison pre-: idedl,. and t -,there were pr~sent ' Dr.: hliuter,: ;Power, Laurie, :A. V.eigall. Jerald I?ligall Grey, Leary' Joyce, )'Brien, Tucker, Ihrbison, Eccles; i'Clelland,:- Joel, "urrlay IMorton, eibbs, and: Mhr. Western Pett. -After toin justice to the menu. (a copy of vheich appears below)' the health ;of he guest of, the? evenin was proposed V ' Dr.. °lfarbison; and supported; by, )r.. Lery,; Dr. Joyce," and,_Dr.: Joel, ed " ;ecnthusiastically rdrunik :.by.all usent' :itl musiedl honours?. Dr: i'Gea .isitably? respoinded':in; aspeech lhich :was warmly cheered by, the oml'pny. The: .r...