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AMONG THE JUNIORS. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION'S ANNUAL MEETING. PREPARING FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914
FeLDhIIR 1ASS-OCIAT?ION S -?_N AL 1?iR PARING; F1011 ,111 E s I.1he .iniaal incetiei of the 'Fedruli Association }a?su held at 3lioriabbii-? on Tuesda1y evening. \ The President (Mr. Mactcie), occupied the clair. and deli. gates from the following. clubs: -:were present :--Cheltenhami : Mliddle Bright on. l[eatherten, . ioorabbin.. Black Rock, llordialloc. Cheltenham Junaiofs. Glenlhuntly, and Elhteroiwick Ecst. Th anebalance sheet submitted by See retary 3'Cart showed thlat. the. re ceipts' anmounted to £L,11 17/- (Club's good faith- monet- £15, numpires' hiss £56 2/6, linal matches £64 S/I6) whilst expcenditure included umpires '£62 16/3, final inaatches £9 9/-, trolphics. seniors £6 6/-, and junliors £2. 2/.secretary's honorariaui £5 5/-, "and treaisurer's £1 10/-, hire of iround for fiial matches £5 S/-, and- dividends to clubs £1f 17/6. The Associatiofi commlnlce the. new seesou with a credit baleace of .£2 2/11/ . It was agreed to again form the Association. and the officers a...
Football THE BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914
Football TilE BRIGHTON CLUB. -.l'he Association scnson still .opl? on Satuirday, , April 18th, a week i eorlier lhan usual. Brightol are daritiwn agaiIstt North Melbourne, llrunswick'. Footscray; :and' EsIendon, id (tlie' order. iiaiieed .for the first four matche's ;a tough p?iirposim The le clil, cmiittee meet on Tliuirday anrd the mnembersl.were welcomied:: Ib? the President ((Cr. 'W: P. Francis). The selectio(n c itiinittee ailioipinted are 1e?rs. Steel. Jainfes rind Triiner, whilst i'31esrs -'iulhnianni odWl harbi have beed selected als ielegates t i Tn 'view of the erly stairt, of the s.iasin pracitice %ill, coniimenice next: T'uesda- aftiernoon.' il ailso. in .Tluirs diy. Intleidlid plavyers are invitedl'to I:ringtheir own uniforms., Applications are intmited for the :l sition ,of . coanch.anmd close inext Wed iiesday' with the secretary', Mr. I' Pullman. W ith a view to` supplmenieitingi - the club fuiils "it nivts decided to urran on ai mazaur iin the D)rill Rooiff an ,Apri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 7 March 1914
ROYAL SXCIAI GE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Acoident Workers' Compensation, VICTORIAN BRANCII - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. - DISTRICT AGENCIES. I?lH;ll'TO'-S. P. Simmonds, ':stale Agent, Bav Street. MIDDIE BRIT'IITON-Connor and, Allord, Estate.Agents, Church Street. ST. KIl)DA-Prince and Co., Estate ASents, 25G Iligh Street. SANDRiINGHA31-Round and Co., Estate Agents, Melrose Street. CAULFIElIJI)-Ilarold Looker and Co., opposite Caulfield Station. (A\:l )EN%'\Al.E--'7'ho"nson and Collinson, Estate Aen's, Ganrdenvalc. tALACIAVA-A. E. Forster. Estate Agent, 20(i, Crlisle Street. a®®COO OXC)®®®®®g X6XX)®®@X,«!t^ ALL J MEAT KILLED 1 B & 1" JNDER tARTLETT GOVERNMENT FAMILY BUCHER. SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on' the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry Cut Daily. Poultry and Rabbits Always on Hand. Carts Daily to Ormond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
What 5d. buys -at Are the great Gates of O por tunity thrown wide open to "'a you-your money is doubled in -_... teoro S aue--6d. does the work of 1 . in every instance-the work of - I l/ and 21 in other instances. ' . Men, Women !' D. Here are Bargains! tI AL See Allen'o Gd. Window, bril. liantly & heavily stoeked with At ALL~E's Fancy Goods, Toys. oInsico Books, liblos, Fancy Work Has purchasin?g Materals--all done ep in lots ' _ worth 1/, but marked at Gd. power of l- ý aO s See this Sirpenny Window at Allen's - See . Money-Saving . Opportunities. • ?i A ll en 1Opp. Post Office, . . n, Elsternwick W. H. Nicholson. begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly,. Carhegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districts, that he ha Opened a Store at Glen fluntly (Late Blundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory. The Favor'of your Patronage Is respectively Solicited GOODS DELIVERED DAILY, STORES-Brighton, Elsternwick..Balaclava and Ulen Huntly. W. H. NIeHOLSON...
LIGHT AND ITS PHENOMENA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
. LIGHT AND ITS PHENOMOmNL Production of Light.-TThere are two theories with regard to mte production of ft light. These are: (1) Thi Corpuscular Theory, according to which, light is re. garded as a 5eubstance, utterly without weight, emitted loo, luminous bodies in all directions; and (2) The Undulatory Theory, according to whlich, light is supposed to be produced by the vibrations or wave-like motions of ethler, a?n imponderable sub. Itance, which, it is assumed, pervades all space. It is impossible hero to recapitu tate the arguments advanced in favour of lhese theories. Soutrce of Light.-The chief and primary source of light is the sun, whose light is re flected to us from thle moon and planets of the solar system ; tlhese bodies do not emit any light of their own. There are also other sources from which light is de rived, as for example, from the burning of gas or coal, caused by combustion and due to chemical action, and from the striking of a flint against steel, due to mecha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
J. Toomnath, Late of New Zealand. BUILDER and - : - BUILDING SURVEYOR "I avr biQK'ipe I f, 'J1I b at 110 CHAPEL. STREET;. WINDSOR.? If about to Purchase or Repair House Property,:...:: a all fee I may save you poundsf Consult an Expert before Buying or Repairing .: lrieorts furnished on Construction and Condition of naiy Classof Building. : Estimates for Repairs. I. 3 Year at the rade.; TELEPrfONB WIN11DSO1 5D4,." MOTOR . ENGNEE REPAIINO AND O IRING DEPOT, BTEAM CAR SPECIALIST. CORNER CTIAPEL STREET & BRIGHTON ROAD. ST. KILDA L " Mit.,r Cars Overhaled. ..Petrol and Oil Stored lodern louring Cars aid Tail. Cabs, eny Rouar, Day ad' Night:. Healthy & Unhealthy il Lighting . - -."." ý o-"-"-*- *"* e* ..*-*..- * ".-M--- ?*.*-**.* " "*** o--* Mo.°'.o e..o'.o"Me * ********* 'e' 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 su...
Progress Leagues HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
IL-\PTON. The I n ial iieetinei of the anoaipton 'rogress, ~ \ssociatidn took :place Sion 'rTescdii evenine, there being . a .good attenlad?lce ?r..:: J.' GCurtis; presi dent, in the cha'ir : : IA Lir E SIIS T'. The h balaiice_ sheet sho?sed that the receipts for the ear' amnoirntelt , to" £12 ),4, :. nd-:, the expeiiditire £19 10/8, leaving a credit balace of £2 IS/S. lI :e scrretarv , siid that le h had since recehied soni?.- ?utther sul?scriptions, which biro?ught thle creiit balance to 3 .3/S: .' .e yearr else?l with. a nem brerhip of 100t linancal niemibers The balance heet iwt s adolpted, subject to audit, on the i?otion of' Messrs Carter T rhe Raihlnrv iepartment i'rote re gtrdingi the increasin oftfl the staff at the lotcil .statin, staiing tlihat the iatter I; lind Leen' rEFerred for report; and .the result would lhe duly coni?uitn icated.-Received. COLUNCIL 31TPERS. Mr. Wilms complained about the way the Council were, carrying outw works in lamliton. -He ioved,, that the C...
RIFLE BARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
RIFLE BARREL9S. BT 8. H. MAXxM. The gun barrel having been flnishc in the ordinary manner is mounted in a la?-ce so that both its external and internal surfaccs run true. A current of carbureted hydroear. gas is then passed through the bore, atn! at the same time a series of gas jets are applied io the external surface of the barrel. As the barrel becomes heated it runs out of truth. and this is corrected from time to time by straightening it by means of lovers or mallets, or otherwise, while it is in the lathe aoin ,hile hot, The brog.l thti treated is not liable to become crooked while firing. The current of gas passing through the bore pre vents damage to the gun by oxidation during the straightening operation.
Bowls. BRIGHTON BOWLING CLUB. "A" TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
Bowls. ` Eland" .i'-rites -:Sir I titae tIe liberty of ireferrii. to the ieniarkis of Oa?ln he: M3t" in: your issue of the ,4t i October' lInt. That I have' blcei iaiutien this oppiortunityI :shall read ily admit, lecaunueI felt. confidenti' at ;tho time tthat. the` criticisni? of "On tlihe at::W", ere -:far afield; ianidi the Iest iniaser- to: theim would' I;oathe season's res ults lich' care "mwf avasliale Liv Tary Iricks, -ail 3: ssey :cere the regular,. dis, "isd a. comilarisp ii of reaslts ciny be of, intere?tt to our correspondeint. .:,- ??: Fo :?: Caclrnait -0 - :` Fay 0. =' - '2 The "criticisis of o »"On the .31at't sould lead ,ini to Ielieve that-: ohlyj those players.who h?ave been on tlhie maint for at .leanst fifteent or twenty ytiear., can' have any possible kuowleldee oL the good old gamle. Glhnie :at the above fihgur s and vyo find that staunch youngi player, Fos sey, headini the list. His tlam ;fain yoti Li and iithuisiastlc layers, atn with a t little adjiu i w .t a...
CEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
CEMEINT for resisting sulphurio acid, even at boiling heat, may be made by melting caoutchono at a gentle heat, and adding, with constant stirring, from 0 to a per cent, of tallow; thest mix therewith enough dry-slaked lima to make the whole the consistenoy of soft paste; finally add thereto about 20 per cent. of red lead. whereby the mass immedisately sets leard and dry: & solution o caoutchonc, in twice its weight of linseed oil, aided by heat ing, and the addition of an equal necight of ,ipc-clay, yields a plastic mass which will resist m ost acid . . . The district of Cartmel, in Northi Lanes. shire, is likely to become a new hematiteiron field. Hitherto, although plenty of iron has been found in Furness,. none whatever has been found in Cartmel; but undoubted indi cations of a large deposit of hematite iron have presented themselves on the Elleshow estate, and boring operations have been nndertaksn. It is impossible to over-estimate the great importance of this find, if...
MOORABBIN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
OB100 OIABIN PA . .it - The- ?ootrabin Park Club' it?slt on Wednesday at the 3Mhtrlbbii' State school and. from the interest tiiken'bv the' residents,: of whom nearly 100-at tendled., . the club's ; rospects "of a sue ressful senson : nre, promisin.:; 'lThk bailance sheet lshowed -a credit of £1L 13/r. . Thie executive olicers 'leete:l were:-lPresident, Mr.. .S. .Renolds; secretary, MIr. '. Barnett; aind treas uelr-..31r. IT. Befulke. The Club decided unianimoiusly to runi an amaiiteur tenam. l'riictie will li, commneilced nest -.week, and on the Saturday; prior to tthe oft iin_ of the senson n fancy dress igame will: Ihe played in -the aternoon,- antdasocial held iii the = evcnim. .
BENT WOOD FURNITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
BENT WOOD FUBRNITURP, The material to be bent, as practised in Austria, is usually the red beech, a product of the EBngarian forests. In the United States the common beech and birch are used and stained with the aniline red modified tl logwood and Brazilwocod. ;ie timber is Lawn. into stripe au i'he proper cize and finished in a gauga lathe or by hand to the required proportions. They are then placed In a tight c se of wood or iron, end subjec:cd to a soeaming process for a few minuten. and in work requiring pecinlly sharp tcnde the last steam is super-herted slightly or the gooda put under high prceaure starm in ar iron case with scaled doer, capable of 50tb. pressure. This makes the wood very pliable,. oualds of wood or iron are used of the 0czx1 alapes, into which the hot strips are bound at the moment of removal from the steam ease. In from two to eight days the strips are set and dry, ready for assembling, finish. ing, and varnishing.
MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
.The 3locrabbin C iul?, colnmenele .thi neir season w'ith a little oaer .-l inl hibnd; Ti. ofhicersn elected -on lThlurs da?y .werel-resident, ihr.i '. Searle : secrptil, .:'ir. 0. .Osborne : treasurer, Mfr: . W. : SickleMiore; nditicommittee, Mslrs" i)awdon ('2); Selivn l awley. Fisher, Coates, (2). aid :.Wilkins. The clulb will :'afnini enter the Fedleral corn. ptetitioils.
A NEW GUNPOWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
! A n?v gunpowder, the invention of ?ti. aenget, hba recently been tested, end the ensults point to it as a promising substitute for black powder for milit:sy end sport!ny purposee. The new powder is prepared fr~. straw, which is pulverized, chemically treated, and fininhed in granullar form for use, it is ol.imed for this powder th-t it is smoke less, flameless, practicaly non-foouing nnd non-heating, and that both the reccil heod to report are less than those of blach powder, with superior ponetrative power. From the powerful oharaoter of this explosive, lwhich Weight for weight, is 150 per cent, s:roger than gunpowder, and is not enploblahe by ooncusEion, it is probable that in a com precaed foros it will be found to be applicable to blasting purposea. In every reipect it appears to be a powder of great promise,
THE FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. BLACK ROCK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
rTiE FEDERAL ASSOCIATIO\N: : ,BLCK ROCKT CLUB. . The second annual meeting of .. the Black' 'Rock- anud" Sanddringham Dis trict Club ~ias'held at 'the Sandring~ ham Institute on Tuesday. -Vice-Pre sident iH. Smyth ;occupied the chair; and there , was a good attendance. Office-bearers elected were :-President, Mr. IHI Smyth: secretary and,treas irer; Mr. N: IIarve?-; assisftnt sec retary, M$r. If White; committee, Messrs. G. Driscoll, R. Rowlands, T. Porter, J.. Thompson, S. Salisbury, II. If..Crisp, J. Marshall. After dis cussion,- it was agreed to -join the Federal 'Associntion. The rules of the latter body were discussed, 'and it was agreed to :recdomiend- the followhing amendments for, consideration at the Association imeetine on Tuesday-: (1)'That each home cliub provide a dressine room for visiting clubs"; (2) That each :club forward to Associa tion, with list" of registered players, sixpence for -each player, cthe money derived to ',o tossards premiership trophies: (3) and tha...
WITH THE JUNIORS. ELSTERNWICK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
W:;' ITH THE JUNIORS. -) ELSTEqi( NWICK CLUB. The hannual meeting of the Els-tern wvickc Club takes place on Monday at the A.N.A. hail, Regent street, El sternwick, when the officers for the ensuing season will be elected. The club has a credit balance- of £9. In previous years the club- com pleted in the 3Mellourne District As sociation, but in future will be repre-. sented' in- the Metropolitan Associa tion; consxiquent ,upon' TIlwthorn lie ing? promoted to senior ranks.
Brighton Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
Brighton council The: oidn'ilt ineetng of thi Biright, on Council sTiasheld on Mounday, when the:iNavor (Cr. VWilson); Cis Francis, Stroig; Birrows~l tall,; Grout;.. Green, IPullmai;n Alfordn?a? Stone:; at tended..: -.LSTER GREEK IMPROVM3ENT. e Th]e'ngineer reported thal .he pro posed to dispose of the 'surplis 'spoil fromni Elter Creek 'works "Iv plancinait on-o low-lins" land oi ':the'Gar.ldnea Vale estate.: ' :s there linad..een -so -muii delay, it. ould ,he 'certain:. thht:at tlhe Winter rains wvould hle set in before the Work.' :could heb completed, and there .fore it woulhl be necessary to allow ex trea time' ininthe 'contract.-Cr. Pullniiiin consideredl that ar l°.eipriere, ?ho" would - receive benefit from the filling, should paly for. the cartage. It was agrnceed to ask: Mr. Leimpriere to pay for the cost oof c:atage. TAR PAIrNTING OF IOADS. Extra Expenditure Required. The Engineer reported that the anis oiint of £1;l00 alloweic,hl'i the Council k"w tar-paintinui of oad ias...
THE BRIGHTON CLUB. F. TURNBULL SELECTED AS COACH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
- rtxnw I-f SELECTED 'AS COACH. Irii operat~ions commeneed ' on ri 'diifi last, and - several juniors a?iijed :-thentsehles of the opportunity of tirun, but. with the exception of ne: or two did not show any prom isn:of developing into senior players. Three or four of last season's men i*d? attended. lBurlev was the sur prise of the bunch with his long, kick -in and high imarking. With further himprovements as he strikes forrm his inclusion iln the sixteen should he cer Inin. Although ' thie lrighlton cricketers have concluded their season, the ground will not be availhble for foot hall mntihes till next Saturday week, as it is required for ii junior cricket match. Trainiinz n ill. however, Ie carried out on Tuesdays and Thurs dlays, and a welcome is extended to all players to have a run. Four ap plicalions were receiveil iion Thursday by the conunuittee for the position of coach, viz. H. H?lndersonu, F. Turn bull. 'i.Joher" Id11I (h1elbourne). and Abbott (Essendion). After a length...
SOUTHERN CROSS ENVELOPES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
SOUTHERN CROSS ENVELOPES. 3/6 per 1000, at Wilson street, the Department should be asked to provide a station there. Cr. Grout.--Ie'have enough stations already. Cr. Pulhlmhn pointed out that Allard street would be unsurmountable. ;:.I It -was: aneed to askl the Commis: eloners to hear the Council on a:'the subject. : . LA'D SUBDIVISIONS The: Board of Woiks directed "itten-R tion: .:to :the fact thatiri subdivisions: very. little recard wasn paid to the fIa cilities; for. sewering. They suggested before 'the Council' aplroiied- of any. pliin .t shoiuld be firt submnitted to the Boarld's oflicers: ::teferred to .Fmneer for. attention.. 1PRS VIATlIO Of TREES.; :i 3r.';R' 1AB. BB Ware, offered the Council twso or.three dozen mahoganyv uums thich -rworld ivs e ad refreshin'g shade in subirimer anid were ever'reeuim The trees grew to a .height of fifty ,feet. The offer was accepted with thanks. TEALTII OF THE TOW;. The health oflicer, .DBr. W. 'M'Clclland; submitted his annual health rep...