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Reserve Wanted AT BENTLEIGH. RESIDENTS MOVE IN THE MATTER. SHIRE COUNCIL DONATES £50. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

-R rveg =Wnte Al 131 TL:lG1l . ilESlI 'l1S0'iilOf IN TiE. 1A'TE It.f A pulilic mneeiing iits held ?at Bent leiih on ITuceday evening o~t.cusiiler thle ad'isability of i?prchasitifni recre a1ti 01trser' afor the district: Cr. WE G.' llar'ecs . `1 Presided and n there w as a -moderate antenduniec" of resid etat ildcliingl a numbcr ofJ laduies 1 Cr IBiirssosexpliined the object of thle :gathierin;.iand itiid: that- if aictioni ana not. tahken iriipiediately they3'ouldd find thilt in a shorti whbile they woauld nd-be' able to secure ani 'area a:"at reasonable.. price. "egotiafionyli ad bceni enitered into with th?i hlate`-? 1r -.Box, : and were a"iaos~ concluded.t for . thli purchase of a suitallce block hf?raind, hit they1? were .muable to l bitiii it to .a finalitiy owing t6- Is, death. Ti'l eecautors of the estate seemed *to tlink thiat the land was worth more than 31r. Box was prepared to aucept. butl he thouight, that if he had offered £70 pIr acre they would have consid ereil it. ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Water Supply. REQUIREMENTS AT MOORABBIN. PROPOSAL TO SPEND £3,000. FOR MAINS IN UNRETICULATED STREETS. LOST ON THE CASTING VOTE OF SHIRE PRESIDENT. WAITING FOR THE BOARD OF WORKS. TO TAKE OVER THE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

REQUIRuEM ELTS :ii:T OO ;00] .3BI . OP.OSAlO TO SPIED T3,0000.:. I012 MIAINS IN UNIETICUIJATEI1 STREETS.: , SIIIIE P1RESIDEvNT. lV TI\G 10 TIlE; BOU D Or., t. W OUR'? -i 'r'I)O olt n OFS;. rO. 'V TAKEE OOER rilE LREA.: S'11in ost .imnortant matter consid e~ed at last M?onday's' imeel'ii. of th . Iloorablbi Counili was alproposal to raise a loan of... £:0011 for the pur-' pose of laying ?wiati- nonins in sltreets at, present inrnAticulated in variorus imits of the shir? Cr. Iownjsfield moved- the resolution ni 'niotire of motion. Ie said that.the time had arrived for the Council to supplyl the residents with water, and he thought that it would lon payinfii proposition to the Council to rais the amounli t mentioned. Ile didl not think it was any usi ,waitin'g for the Board of Works to take over the area. If that did take place there was no doulbt that the Board would also take over the loan.i Ctr. Small seconded the resolution. -The President (Cr. Ierdinando) ex plained that rthe Coun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

J. Toomath, Late of New Zealand. BUILDER and BUILDING SURVEYOR, |(T/ b i e )P 1) e 0 *** at 110 CHAPELUSTREET, WINDSOR. If about to Purchase or Repair House Property,' For a small fee I may save you pounds. Consult an Expert before Buying or Repairing. Reports furnished on Construction and Condition of any Class of Building. Eastmates for Repairs. 32 Years at the rade.* TELEl'O.NE 1rtNTIOs 1W14, G.-E. MENERE, . OTOB ENGINEEB. . S REPAIRIN A.ND HlIllSO DEr?OT, BTEAM CAR SPEC.IALIST. COR'NER 'TIAPT r SITREIET & s In r :lITON ROAD ST. FIl.DA 3Ll.tvr .ar; Ovrrhantll Pe trl ,al Oil Slmrl] Iaodern l'uun Car egnd Tad Cabs, s.ay Hour, Day amd Sigh.t SHealthy & Unhealthy SLighting Much stress is frequently laid by interested persons-. on the enormous advantages of electric lighting over gas from the hygienic point of view. • Hear what three eminent men have recently said on the subject: ''uuch evidence has lately been adduced to show that gas is more useful than the electric ...

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The Gardeners' Picnic. COMMITTEE OUTING AT SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

The Gardeners' Picnic. COMOITTEE OUTING AT SORRENTO. The market gardeners' picnic coi. mittec and a number of others asso. ciated with the carrying out of the annual Market Gardeners' Picnic visat ed Sorrento on Thursday, in com formity with the usual.practice ob taining of allowing those to picnic who had no picnic in bringing to a successful issue the enjoyable picnic held by the connnunity as a whole. The party gathered on board the "Weeroona" at 10.30 a.m., and the voyage both. going and returning was delightful, and thoroughly enjoyed by everybody, excepting, perhaps, the auditors, "who had to work. The working conditions-checking accounts on a rolling ship-perhaps, worked.on their minds, and increased the respon. sibilities of their office, so that they reached terra firra with feelings of relief. One niember of the committee was caught "napping" for the first timein the history of his career, and had to pawn an -invaluable walkine stick to meet the situation. The Pre sident (...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Auctions [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

SAuCtions 5 An: opportunity of,obtnaining buildinlg allohnents in -the. rapidly-groaI"ni dis trict' of Sandringham, and within easy access of the foreshore, will he afforded this afternoon by the sale of 22 al lot.mnnts in the Gib?son Iill Estate, Sundrin.,hamn. Messrs Coghill and JfIutghton, in conjunction with Round & Co., are the aunctioneers, anid the sale is announced for three o'clock. A sale of household furniture is an nounced for Thursday next bbiy .essrs Smaldl & Edwards at Crisp street. famlptor!, at II a.m., oni account of Mrs. E. Irvine, The oft-repelled assertion thait pop ulnltion follows at railway is borne out by tile grlowtI of thile district beyond Morduialoc. w here the railway line skirts the foreshore. A few years -ago lanld bletIcen 31ordialloc and l:rullkston col l le Ipurchased for a few shillings, but to-day ownIlers Ire emalnding p1oulnd. Aspenldale, Chel sea laid (1'arrun1 have I11en buill up, ;11d now imelltos are comp(elled to go further...

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The Destructor. QUESTION OF SITE. BOARD OF HEALTH UNABLE TO INTERFERE. RESIDENTS WILL "DIE HARD." "TWO MORE STRINGS TO THEIR BOW." [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

^tbeDgstructor. ECSTIOR OF SITE. BOARDD OF. TEALTII UXABLE TO I :: INTERFERE. IlESIlDEITl WILL " 1 IEHAKD." "1W0 1MOREi STRINGSI. T TITIEI - .-- : .: - BOW . :,.. .. • , . :The penrid of a nmoith allnsed- by Ihe Board of -ealth to :the residents of the 'Norlit Ward of B'righton to se lect, other -sites for.,a destructor in place .of ithe.on-e cose to the., -T sternivick .State, school .suggestel -.by tIo Councils, 'expired on Tuesday last. N6o ailiitional 'sites .were sibmilited, and :he North Ward Progress Associa tion Wrote to. tlhe Board on Wednes day - explbining tlheir position. The tAssouiaion desired to point out that they' had, not been asked. by'. the Board or.nnv oft the municipalities to select ' .site. ,As repireseitin 901 pe, titioners they strongly objected 'to the proposed site, and considered the Board, a~s t' unaidians ;of the public health,; sou ld lie able withut- dilli culty to give, a pronouncement as to whether-the ldetructor so close to - a State school ,'wold...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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A.N.A. Debate ELSTERNWICK v. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

'Thd l'rairn antid Elnstern?jwicldeblt ers ihalld i lhli. igighlt at the quarterly inetini of the' Blrichton 'A. .A::last ueet, innI a large mm nier of mnembers remain.I"! to li.,en to the' (Idebate, thus p'aina" the vsietors-; high o eimplimeit. Neither -:did itheiy go anway? unrewarded. Tho debate was, both. interesting, and. itow?arda thel eid, bliehly drniantic iand entertaiiiiig,. 'I'. he subject, was 'Shoaioll :.Statoe servents havl;e unre strieteil political. rights.. 31r. Ilth.lie . (PL'rirris) lt oil is i' ' liet , t tilouhtful anI :.n obtrsiie sp?e?h ee Mr. Josephs: (El led-ofniin ai quiet, t.houthtfull- aind iun bllstrusi?e speecEhl TMr Josephsi (El steriiwick) followed. ii, a sieccl lwhichl, liowCed lnck of p-reparationl and want of cdiitil.itj- .y Mr. "Linniaiy (Prahi rii) repied: ver: ,elicciively, and, his ~'lld anld aitlter left ;a o;mod impres sioii. I'stenriic'.e's presidenat (3r..1. I~ee$s) 'surllpried lboth fhiendis and op iponents- ith'. le ciiicise alnd: thotii...

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Swimming BRIGHTON LADIES' CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

:S wimming BRIGHTONi LADIES' CARIi IVAL. The anrnual ciirnival of the Brighton Ladies' Sf'fihiinig" Clubri as 'lield' on Satuirday Iast and wAis well nttenid&l;d Thlie results were":". 25. i:., :- :2: r 2".s 25 ids,:12 3ears -nid iindeir. L - Crossley,'1. -.Tully '2.: : ":.' .50 laids Open Handicdp -First heat "Ethbel Craford (Brighltn)., _1,;.L. Hleiidcrson (Allterit Park) ;: .Collis (Brighton) 3. Seconid heit-B. Collis (Brighton) 1; R. llaldie (Albet ? Park) 233. :Cairter (Albert Park) 3." Third heat-S :.lHunter (Albert Piark) 1. 1. Ojruft(Albert Park) 2, I.. Young (A .bert="',rk) 3. Final-B. Collis 1, -l)iviug foi Objects.-- . llendall :(Briglitoii)' 1 ~: You'ng (Albert Park) i o100lrl i Cluhnipionshiiu of Victorh: SE:. Crawiford (Brightoii) 1I L. Beaiu birepair (Albert 'airk). 2;. Tinie 1 inii 2l secs. _ ".v ;1 emb?ers' 50 Birds:--L Meinheiiett 1; f., Robertson 2. 47 se s. : Teams' Rice.Churchli- of : Etinland Giils' Grammar n School. 1; Firbankl School2 2 " 0.. 'ai:ds',...

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KENNEDY—GAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

KENN EDY---GA YS. St. Patrick's Church, Mllntone, was the scene of a pretty w\edding on \Wednesday, Feb. 18th, the bridegroom being ! Mr. Michael J. Kennuedy, eldest son of 31. and IMrs. Kennedy, Moor abhbin, and the bride, Miss 'Rosa E. (Gays, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gays, Cheltenham. Thie ceremonll was performnied by the Rev. Fr. Quinn, in the presence of a large llnumber of friends. The bride, who was girven array by her fa:tlher, looked dainty in a gown of ivory satin, beautifully drallped with shliadow lace, the long corlit trainl heing triinnied with orangell hlossom andl pearl horseshoes. A mllob cnp of itulle alnd oiranige bloissom wias wornll. She carriedl I hllouguet of whlite azaleas, llrnationsi ailll an;aiagnlls ferni. The bridesmnils were Miss Kennedy, Miss V. Gays nllld Miss IFlorrie Green, who looked very pretty .inl white creipe do chene frocks, overdresses of lace. They wore lace mob caps and carried bouquets of La France roses. After the .ceremony- a recep...

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Our Band. GARDEN PARTY AND CHILDREN'S FETE. THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. BRIGHTON BEACH MUNICIPAL GARDEN. OPENING CEREMONY BY W. A. ADAMSON, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

Our. Ba'nd; GARDIENJ!A;i1 N A s IIJI.)IIEN'S J BRIT}ITONiBiEAGJI IIUNICIPAL . : ARDEN. OPENING CEREMONYI BY .W:' AK. - I ADAMSON" M.L.C. SEverything tends towvards a success-. lul fete :uthis afternoon°and evening at tt lie =unicipnal Gairdens; Brighton 13each, avlieii the. gardens` will be trains formed e:into': a ;villani: of pleasure, with all kinds oif ttractions for young and. old .. Thie fete "oregaiser;, Mr; .J: IL. Taylo lihas m ade ver?, xtensive arranniis ieintss nnd=the ,proarammei will not tail:to please all des rons - of as sisting the movement '.The; patronage of ;the Brighlton Gotincil: also. that- of the loeraibbinCs'ulfield and St -Kil da' Coincils,, has been granted to the fete. The:gardenis att piresent are ". i?' picture tlthemselves; and the brilliiiat. illmnisnation'.. will liee: sure ,to -attract soane thousandis to- tli?' slot, which is' -ery conveniently isituated 'at the ter minucs of ' the electric .'tramway 'nd Brighton Beiich railway :'The, opeoi-n ing c...

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The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, MARCH 7,1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

Let all the onds thou aim'st at bo thy S'"oitry'a thy .God's; and truth'as SATxDAY, 31AIRCHI7, 1911. District News BRIGHTON. The annual meeting of the Brighton )HortiEultural Society has been' fixed for Wednesday next in the Town Hall. During 'the evening a musical pro grammeowill be carried out under the direction of Mr. G. J. Johnson..' The society's autumn rose and flowgr show will be held on Thursday, April 16th._ Tile Brighton Bowling and Tennis Club are holding a gymkhana and fete at the club grounds, Male - street <on Saturday, 21st inst. Various bowiing croquet and billiard competitions will be played in the afternoon and con tinued in the evening. Tickets; six ponce each, entitle purchaser to enter for Limerick competition. The "usual array of stalls and side shows iill -be held. The fete will be opened- by Hon. W. G. Adamson, M.L.C. On Tuesday week, the Brighton Cricket Club hold a theatre party at the Royal Theatro, opposite Windsor station. Tickets, is and Is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

Electric saw Mill and Timber Yard. Evervthinr at Melbourne-.Prices. Macpherson and Lawrie.Middle Brighton. Telephlne 45 Doherty & eo. SALE SPECIALS. The Balance of our Best Quality Cambric Prints, we are clearing at 41d. yard. Best Quality Foulards, reduced from 8id. to 6d. for the Sale. 34-Inch Whip Cords, "Good range of colors Reduced from 9d, to 6d. Theb'alance 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:, Elsternwick 'Ph6ne- Brighton 747. .- rjlr, \,'"ýr, vv, ,.r V.V7.I Y Y n rvYnr. rlIn~v·' vr:ý.T; rar:ý:x riY NN.YN;Lýri SHOP. AT THIIE (Registered). UP-TO-DATE DRAPERY and MIL S LINERY ESTABLISHMIET. - ARII NEEDLEWORK; UNDERCLOTH-. ING and S DRESSMAKING SPECIALITIES. AUTUMN SHOW, 1914, OPENS WEDNESDAY,' 4th MARCH. SPECIAL DISPLAY! OF MILLINERY AND CORSETS. INSPECTION INVITED. Agent For MADAME WEIGEL'S CUT PAPER PATTERNS. -The Celebrated ITALIAN BENEDIC TINE, Anti-Gout, Rhheim...

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For the housewife [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

Sor Htie usewilt IWh en iidowe neLd cleanitn, imnoist en cclothti withtSilili teld spirit, and "lpply it' to -the. window. The polish with a cleari dry ':cloth. - By using this :method yoti '-will find tlhatt the windows ca i:-be cleaned ii :half .'the uisualt tiie; ,and (iithi lalf. tlihe'labori?. The ;glass' Will be brillianit and keep clani much longer tlihai 'if ashd" in the' ordinary, way w?ith water. A.cheap floor stain will probably be in demand during house cleaning and is. made by, dissolving a teaspoonful of" perniangamate.- ot potash, in one quart" of: boiling :water.-' "A darker or lighter stain may :be. had bIy increas ing or lccreasing the aiisount of 'pot To Clean Jewellery: Dianmond and piste rings, broocies, etc., can be cleined, hb simipl.y 'bushiug them with a ..little eau de Cologne. The scent cleans; theni beautifully, and makes' tIhe stones: bright anld sparkling. SShouhld' the' iikpot :be ccidentally upset oon tlableclotloi carlt; ,por n little cold -.wter ove...

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Open Sea Bathing [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

Open Sea Bathing Mr. II., J. .T'reloar writes:---Sir,-I read witlh initerest -the letter of. your correspondent, Mr. "Phillip Bave, in last Saturday's issue of your paper. Perhaps this gentleman would be: coimplefely satisfied if; liy any. means," lie could have a special bath built for his own exclusive use, wherein lie could bathe uninterrupted and witholut con taminatiue himself with the coinmon people, :wllich is the designation he gives thie visitors from the other sub urbs. _ MIr. Bare is also of that- particular sect which live (ii their own estima Lion) above all othelirs."This includes. "the common people,' ailld not the oily. class of ratepayers worth consideriing, viz., those who can afford to hiave bathing boxes. The extreme ridiculousness of this is evident in the fact tha't Brighton would be a very poor municipality if it were entirely dependent upon its rates com ing in from the owners of bathing boxes only. Mr. Bare. instead of promoting a progressive movement in his...

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ANNUAL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

ANNUAL. W I IGS:: ,I Black Reck meet next T'uesday in the Sandringhain hall at 8 p.m.: Blid die Brighton iii the Caledoniuti Hall Chiumh street, Brighton, on Wednes day ; Moi rabbin '..Park on- the satne nitht at. the .loorahbisn State school: Mloorabhbin o.i- 'hursday in the Shire lll ; al Ilentlchertoni club on Tuesday 2-Ith. tG. laila, teho played ;ith Chelltei !aln hfe teIn vearsl- tns. been prestIcted on the Icecsio s of his man riane with i dinner set by the mnembers of the lhuntl.

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Local Weddings MR. H. WHITE TO MISS I. R. BROWNE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

Local Wedlin s M1. '.? 11'IIITE To MISS 1. ?t. - 0BROWNE. A wedding in which a great deal of local interest ats slihonii was'celcbrated at St. Clenient's Church of;: England, :Elsterniick,~ on .dthl Febimuary bythe ]ev-C G."Ghrdinrci botiween;tra ortace White, second s"soiff Mir.:aid Mirs: L Wlite,: of :'Hiawathalin , a]sp:lailide, hBrighton, anrd ?Miss ::Ireno: Russell Browno, only' daughter of ?r'. and 31rs; Russell Browne, of "Penz-bry?n,".South St. Kilda., The church was prettilyI decorated byh girl friends of the bride. A inoc cliidea s was introduced in iithe form iof a floratl arrow, with the 'bride's aiid. bridegriuoni's initsils st'iuding out in bold' etfect: The bride, l wob "ias given? away by? her Lfatliec.' ireie i a charnming-gown, of .white duchess satiii with an;onverdress. of Liineiieck lace, draped ..froii: the diiinty, bodice: to the end-of the fislthil train, -where it was finishedl witl a' spray. of' orange` bios sorn and lily of tlid valley: Tlhebridal veil was...

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Wandering Cattle WHOLESALE COMPLAINTS IN MOORABBIN. DISCUSSION BY THE SHIRE COUNCIL. "A DILATORY INSPECTOR." [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

SWandering Cattle 11. OLESAlJI CO3PLAINTS IN \. :.-.~~l:,. .31ORABBIN. . S)IS(CUSSON BY.Tl'IE SHlRE *I:r-?' -:"'-?"";':COUNCI'V''-- .: • . A " )11: ILAT ORY N'EGTOR." Considerabl elienag iiEdsa 'ipressesl at thle: '3loorabbin Ctouncsl. ineetin a: (on lolday :iis tohe tclleLred iiiittivit of thie inpector in?dealiiiv ith wiisiler ingf catittlc'ns.iac.. Theli iihbjie iiroso 6of receipt ?[:a lettiir frofi tlihe laiilp toai P roress Association ir-glny thlia actioni shoulld he tiakelie' to colmilat the >aiindirini cittle naisaiin e: ,- ,-": c The' Ireaidlent snid lIe hii d rievr hi rore s-eii so tminys wiadieriij cois. s' SCr. lirowntleld.--Tlhe more. oti??s E va, 'et tlih vorse thlie itiilering Cittle lniu llia Ie lic: .l s .s :: .' ' - Cr.. Sbiail.-'l"l,' abtsisat.inispccito lould i"ia!.e " golit' fdirtlie ait n' lend.". :, :" " " '< " • :": '' ' . - :'' : Cr. Itrowlield -novedl that he :pictor's iLtentiiil :le: lrawh 6 t: tlh svaiitlriii ciatle :iusani?ce: : fle liadi i...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

Houisehlold aHints. 1I dashing paint; 'always rerein?ber to wet, the under part. first, so, wlien washing the upper, na' wahteir running down wpill eav: no 'streak miarks Save all thie: orngel pel o in mat have ::)r'iii i ýaco l: :otefi??. and store away iapprbag Then some moining wh e yur fire ~it h If'voin wait to cle?n r ruisty firciriions von shoulidl, rubi them iell ivith .sweet oil, nda leate them wset for a: day or so. : .he 'rub: &itlh unslneked limd:. This will rensioethei?usti and .then yoit mia, :ii olisli..your rons just: as usial. -We have tried this and ha've founid it vey goodil for cleaning theni:. When the "lifos'of a -fur garmment is considered in relationi to its cost,;the economical iqaliity :is 'a high one, par licularlv toi-aay, wlicn rsc~ience has. ef-. fected so perfect :a preserver is cold storage. Pthis develoiment of .ipresier vation, whicli actually, arrests natural. deteriorationa caused b-.evaporation of the . ,atural oils in tlhe leather: anti ...

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Humorosities. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

Humorosities. Disgusted Sportsnman : "Missed again'! 1 can't hit a thing. I'11 have to gi?e it illi.- Stalker: "Oh, I wndaia due -llk that. - canna hit them,: but y'e :iel a fine 'style, what Mvfy dear sir, when,you tell ise tiat yoh've disposed of thousandls .of acres in this ine' counitry at flive shillings an acre, "I say, that you're ronmancing.' :"Not : : at aill. .',7 Fi?'e: shillings, per 'acher.' T'm a dentist, you known Bill (readiig) : "ferc's si guy? just went crazy that never use terbaicker or liqutor or played cards. ? Il.ank : l"ie, didli't: 'vent,', Bill--he allers wuz!" '.T'o 'iudergraduates wcre walkigi by the banl s of the bWey, lwhen one of themii, who haid a taste for botany, pllicke"d ai plant from th e bank, re marking . that *it was a rare one." 'Its : nal out-of-the-Wey one, at ainy; rate," was the reply. fThe Boss: "Isn't it about time yod though utabout a new overcoat,. Wil liam ? You seem to have had: that ono for years and years ?" William (adly reminnisc...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914

'Odds ` and. Ends. Concerning the supposed lunguagec of anthropoid apes, Professor Bloutan has recently` taken Ufi (thce .question and arrives - at ,inegative result. It will be remembered tlat; Ir. Garaicr came to tlihe conclusion that motnkeys have a' language analogous to. human lang uage, and: exspress themselves by signs as well as by, sounds which they emit. According to Professor Boutan, 'there is nily. a-difference: of degree between this aid human speech and not one of kind.t ie. ol;served the sounds made by a gobbona: which he had cap tured when young, and his-experi niicnts cover. nure than live years. lIe finds that the animal can raoduce only staontnc"ous I ail, instinctive sounds corresponnding: to a state of satisfac tioni or the like, or again to a state of0 ;uneasirss or fear, also: great ex citenment,; ild lthe soiands do not ap pear to correspond to. a real langu ige;?:butl rather to what he calls 'pseiulo-languuage." While sounds of r'eal tlunguage are :lnuired b...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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