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HOGARTH'S FIRST SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

1)'ring this artiut's a eiipintiecilip, et se t11Ž !,1|1111|?ly |lJI3 {i ell a O( Ibl'|','le nio 'le n .... ..... oult Oljt lntl iday bmoolnih with Ž1 ,or tlhl olhrel :ioniiI" illl(rol ii O i il i1) t i t ll il to i hl,h'ilnlU, copaio nlcst I~don a extccurion Ilito r:ighgat Tilhe wliher elnIg hotl , theiy ;went into i. lpublie-houie, where tt Ihey llld not h en liL hefore a qulirel iarot' t(UtWetln minl peris;(ll:i 1in lil ,lit rAl)m i., tilne Lof 11 e (dispuiitiaits etriicl te 011the' on the 1i(11i(1 with a biurt 1)1t, aiid o t hhii 'lvl y le i h illTlhi, F lo Io(d riUllnihing 1do, theo iila'is fa?e, together withl the agony of the wound, whici had si1 tiortelli his featnre. iito a ino;t hideo?s grin, p1ertiiited llogarth- who elihowell himu,;ell tihu early, appi?Jed of the nioude liatllre hull intend?el' lies iho11l eliiil'- w- ,ith too lilugh. shide iio iltij'ctt to lio o' looheli. IIe dlrew liut ole pii? ?itill, pro ih o tu il spot oin iol the .lilot I tidrou11Ž sketchn lilit ev...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ACTOR'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

T11, AC?TO.'fS OPiNION, A :u.lig author gnavr to otio of our leading Ltore anl ~1;, tied erefully withii riobon, inr ilorilg him to road it. Tli actor promised. 'wienty times the authtr eald, and twenty tinive WasI sent awsy without an ilter\'iew. ,tt hst tle actor be)eli5 impultilt, tmi thiniu.tg he had btellor See imi Iald hlave it iil ovet at once, sent for hiim. " You would lilke me to givo you a candtid )pinion of yotv piece ?" " Yes,. envtinly." , \Well, you haveo talent, but it is not good 3n1"11ll~il( "Why?" " The lubjC. is not. a good one." "''hl dialogue ?" "V'oi t talky. 'llhl sitlltioun tad, and nolt .;l')ughl of thleml" " liunIlt the d'ac1l1ll ti I" tt Too abrupt." "'Thankint? you very much fo~r your ohser. v'ation.;," the autho' .,aid, inkinl? the..?IS, in his hanld;, and] untyinl, the ribbon; " Ibut 1 ,rely brought youn this?!" And, to tlhe actol't dis;lgut., !he behI,'lltl n blank mItatu of ,I,?S. 1011er.

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PLAYING ON THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

PLAY LNC ON 'hiE BEAC(ll At the annual mneeting of the Illmpton Progress Af;sociation on Tuesday reference "asr made to bath oe" lc tering on the beachl, Mr. Warvdell comnlttaned that 'a soot ball was ,ieing lnicled ablout the bentch on a, recent 8ruada !,in front of Itho d(lressiin sRhled by bathers in their 'liathing clothes?. Ile thought somie notion should lie iken. It was. decidedL to reflest the ran-m 5aors to olop) a slieial look out for this class f ofoffonce. ----...u..o ,()o.g,.·- .. -

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JOHNNY ON THE SHERIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

,)IINNY\' ON TIlE SHEIRIFF. A tian whlih w'as tho .lheritf of a jail his pfrii,'i r, L jI t aii ettii' out nilt ,.s til steelin' he~ns, 1as1 the jat[? .,til \\su l tr ?Png en lu h f")r t0 hold '''ii i side. So tl:e iIai l Ie ed, thli man ili, li" 11W it i Mtop to that little gamine, mliy lalrtev;I" ll l he lai l . other vote ol paint put on iht jail. lhut the a?tist heli lta piul s;omle Inllt into the' paint, owl somo ,:ow then the priiol,.rs liot o ,t iohi ' t ier tiuat titd steeled more itt nsi , i \'tWhet the sherilf h0 seen wiot they Nlul donlo, hie ,':. !;o anrIIII'y he, ltia, " T hi n nit no place for t]i!s; so you feller hias t ot to clther ibehave oyourseltt or gJt out 1"

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Yachting. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

Yachting 'he Irt h',illi{i \Y cht (luhb ,uill hold !a i'ii(' t' tIhis fll'llioal r, nl, the Isulu .'lubl c!Ol'l' , stat~i'ingz at 3,,3i! o'clhock, for? .r hIlies i'?entslI Ia- Mr, ., I k, J2 2/ I Iai B ,?,, LI I/" : awl IhL'k Iy & N l, 10/tl, I/h r ,i es and i.o clita.ps at' folll\\ .-; --) untlhss ,o r;. Ariel ni .111 y, ic Ia'si 1lhi, l it tl Pad iy ,/ imihi,, I'hil m { Tho I i Wavc .I min., hiue Wins (l miii, Aenlia aai Zophll\' r 0 l iin. /'.Cl)1VI A) mmm

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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HOME MAGIC. ARTIFICIAL GRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

HOME MAGIO. AfTTrtclAi, (GntrhiA.--Drop a ismall quiet fity of melted rosin into the bowl of a tobacao Pip? Vreviomusly wanmot| ; blow throui1h the pipe, helon bubbloa vill bo formed of a bril. liaitt silvery hue, and a variety of colours, T'his ti the mode by which tho Italilans imi. Late bunches of (irtpes ; the bubbles being tastened togetlher in bunches, and dunted with powder-bluo to resemblo bloom., M?r?miro VIoI'TATro:.-Lay upon a {gla,5l plato, ?sarately, a feow filings of coliper and iron; then drop on each a little nitrate of "ilver; the silver will soon precipitato, whilst the iron and copper will oxidize, and becomo coloured. Thlen arrange thle orystallization wilth a anall pointed piece of wood, while the Ilamno of a taper beinti placed unnder the plate of glass will inrcraso thlo ovaporation, facilialo thlo reaction of thle subtauces,' and by blacelinielm , the t uihlr aide of tho plate, hllow up the design mor diftinctly. TIe, Tiiat:eK IIi.oe..-Tho following experi. i...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

TV. ('} l 1 'l HE il I'ls. ll) Mehthodisit ( hurch Srvici's.--lhrihi -N, ? ,tr,.t, II, I \, (). W , 1). ( 'l: 3 :, 111r, Nrt.he'; 7, ilov. E, If , II\, Mill ,++feet, I. Mr. P'ur s,. : 7, ir, P. (). PtIrn?zy, LiTh. We r,, street, I l r. ,\hhley : 7, thy. W. H. il'('nll. ,AdrlnLlmn- - y rouad, II, Mr. N rthey : 3, IN\, () W. , I\i'( ni l: 7 i, ilr. C i'they, I l'i rl.atit - t+?n I I, .Mr, P. (). Parnahy, 1,.Trh. ; 7, h t. T. ,\ in 1; tt m. iidenvt h, .i t, I\It I ll] : 7, ,h . , I ,ll. ('hurch lf I nlwl. ('h lu ,,nhl a 7 1 .m ,, 11,', II ait ,l,, lI ., ('. 'rl ( -Iy : 7' '.m .'IC, tr. Nel;,n, 1)inuly 11,15 n.n,, Mr. Nelson l 7.1'," m.l , ce.\'. ('. ('ro l., Monrabhin-3 , 3,15 C.m., I eI. (', ('rotty. Bllopt~ist (hurch. l i. y ,'treet-II, Alr, I1. II. I), uist,) : 7, liti ?, \t 'm. (hI I, 't. ,iI el. II , I. Wifirl Phi. ; 7, l: 7, Mrt. II. ('are\. A no tlihil -11, A pplq . : 7, Mlr. T. 11. \11u'riot. ('rninhon-I11 S:ulplly : 7, Iet,, I". ,I. \\utsford. ii . .n ' ' I t iltcihlh Ihihi'.n...

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LAW A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

LA\V A IIlJNI)REi VL\ERS AGO In \'?rnont ( United 3tate~\ , btlr8l?a was punished 1y brandting with a I on thle fortehead, aild naiding te of the ftlllendcrs ea l ' to |a un t in tl le tit 11 it oti*, tl(I whipl i nflt ; tOl ' thl; Ollec( l aIffence ithee " a.S . the lilt br( l di ,tl and niling , r d clot i g l tl ,L e o t l'r; ftr' t eilt inI ll t t:te th pn'is I hmll ent \\as; death, IIhe ofeltl r Ibeiti doIeemed " ic origible." C~ounterliting was punlishled by\ cuttinlg tcllth' ri?hlt ear, Ilratiling wil it C, 0and teplittlal hlpri n t i ento lo e l iury wt as puni:etod by :o iin.) of ilty po inds and ipnriholnmeu t fori six monlth ¾, lut if the Itfleter couilt not poay tlie ti , ho was. le t lf ysitiu :- i in i the pilloly I,;o holrs tad havini, hath cars nailed atn, cut off \\'ilful lying,n o publt ) lreiudlit e, or de 'ei\,ing or albusihg the lICOitle with false Int's at relotsit, tlwas I unihed by Iine, fitting in the stock.s, and whitpiig, the ptnistihttme n nt bin in eased...

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Our Band. SUCCESSFUL GARDEN FETE. £250 RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

Our W'ndl? iUCCESSFUL' GARDEN FETE, C25' 0 RAISED. Thle Ul'ightoln Belach G ordonei wlut the scono of a festive gathering oi Jaturday last whlen the work of a liarge and onieretic, corn nittoe, under lth .abl)eo uporvisfion of Mr. J. I, Taylor, in orFganisign a garden feto lnd childrenu's 1prt y to raisO fulnds for thio Irighton I)iistri"t DBir? Band, was! cosluumlilated. Rlepeated eforts have be iC mude to establish ia )iind in lBrh'ttoni, and for a while the in stitiution flourished, only,hlowever, to Hagaiii becomio miorilund through lack of interest and 3support on the part of tho residonts, A municipal band wai forned, but it Ioit with a shni lar fato .af its predecessors. For the last '2 years Brig'lllon has ib'ieni without a band of any description, which fact wdu greoatlyidoplored ibv, niSico lovers. The germi of the presolit inovemnoot, started at the West Brightlon club's pavilion, and Ia few prelimilariy meet ilngs' were held as feelers to ascertain if there wa ,any posai...

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SHARING THE RISK. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

Mr. Pinto, who was on a dr'umining isplclditioln mn Maine, had neglected to fill his flask before leaving civilisation, .lid, oi (he home stretch fiom liaginor .0 litonii, ohe had suffered from the pc culiar thiiist which besets traveller:;. 1li had tried at every way station to procure a drink, and had signally failed. At length he drew near New IIamnp) slhire, and at the first place \\lhere the train stlopped long enoullgh to water up, he iot noT to replenish his boiler with a diflerent fluid if lossible. " Say, my friend," whispered he to an offi.:ial at the station, "where can I go to lprocure a dropl of somcthing stinmulat. ing? Mly throat is terrihly dry'," "'I'There's no place iouiln. hliere," was tihe reply, "except that resta nrant, and the liquor thicec is so had that a man \who drinks it will die in five minutes there after." As there was no oilithr pan, he w\\cn for it, for admionition is lost on a thirsty There was a d;ark-coloured gentleman sawing wood by the door. " I...

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Electric Trams. THE BRIGHTON-SANDRINGHAM EXTENSIONS. PAYING THE WAY FOR AN ORDER-IN-COUNCIL. PLANS OF ROUTE TO BE PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

-8eh~e Epa** T'1,11J B111)( ,lNL'(-,Sl-AN I. NII AM IEXTSL'i.:NJ()NS. i1AVING 'T'tii; W.\ Y "llO AN Otl.DWIb. ,IN-( 'O N('IL, 1l.ANS01 O, 'i()'i, To 1LE P1. 'A lii; ). I', t ,ilIIIC Ily'l, mtiililinlg of t he 1ri1ht1-l c(hU ll' '11 a 'Il, tr lwa h 'eei ivl'td toni o(: l' ito. u ll', lllith o ll ,ieffrd on, (')l 'iil~~d f i '.it' ,' ( t, tiCilt, that rpoul-, e111 tlalll 't111 ( f l' ('htllll ('aulh ili t ul d 11111) t 11C1. X l1 tou c111)10 till l 11111 w 1 i lpow ? lo '1111: ilhli ·'i1 e111l IN l1d \lil h0 I 'oo (lcl. O o . 'l' imer i hlll 11 1 ( hali) n of he rll lC dh-l with thle Imr o(,:d trum~ways thlrou?;h Ihi ll) h (' t0 11 ii hll a mt.ul. .LI r. U'IL' - ior al l It o3eIll io ti o ll h11 i h n'r}(III l .j3 of ' h T'rjll 1 '0,1 ri h111111h pllld s I ou thfLLt the tl)rder-il- Nulncil omLd , 1 'plied r ,,r. The i ,uScilj , of cour , wo,{uld havl, to ipay fo~r th, wl ork. l'h, 3Ivluyr ill tid tha1 t Mh.. ('nUneroii reon'u nele ild the (onl ('il I ,, lU ke the? lra si n al o ln. I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

i )• 1-'tvi- "w Njll and Tiii.ic~r Ynrd. r~rvthin a Me tborno PriceR. f1aepm •and lawri Nidd flrihl;o Te 45 Doherty 8 SALE SPECIALS. The Balanco of our Best Quality Oambric Prints, we arc cloearing at 4.d, yard1 Be?t Quality Foulards, reduced from 8.d. to Gd. for the SaleO. 34lInch Whip Oords, " Good range of color?s-.. Reduced from d. to Od., The balance of oour Triltmed MIillinery we are clearing at Half-pricc. S See our Knock-out Line of Ladleso' Donegal Twood Sklirto at 4/11. 127 GlenHuntly Rd., Elsternwick 'Phone-Brighton 747. *na eeoc eYKxu(e c : ,onos X 'K3(e.Yxnoiooi'# SIIOP iAT T11E (Reogistored). UP*TO-DATE DRIAPE?RY and MIL LINERY EST ABLISIIHMENT.I, ARDT NEEI)LEWORK, UNDERICLOTITI ING and DRE:SSMIAKING SPECIALITIES. AUTUMIN SIIOW, 1914, OPENS WEDNES)DAY, 4th IMA1RCH, SPECIAL DISPLAY! 0F MIILLINElRY AND CORSETS. INSPECTION INVITEI)D. Agent o?r MIADAMIE ~W19IGE1'S CUT PAPER IPATTERNS. Tho Colobvated ITALIAN BENEDIC TINE, Anti-C~out,, Rlheumnatic, and Sointiaon P1owders, di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

1- ?1`? - - - -*-*.* *.* * . *.* . * * . * *. * *....?- - .**-.*.+.- -.*-? - - ? .? -w.?+? .- ?.?..**wns ... ?.?.... .... ....... ..?.... ....... ....? -. - ....-..?..-. - ... ..?- - . .?.. ... .'?..°?.`... .. . ... ... -. The-·· utcer- l orron voard VWeber, Painter, IPECIAL S'OCK Pilporhangcr, RES\oNA?lticES, 01 (cncral Hcnovtor, VALL PAPlR,-?. - ,.?. . ..... " House . 1:ENin- V:YP j' l Deoraitor, IN AL,\\'s oI'S OHAND. and ALL Sulus. Repairer. MILL ST£IREET, B£tRIG1TO rAAAA.I~st.AAAAA~bAAAAAAAAlkASdb4AAALAAAMjd4 Galrdoners I WATiERTICII1, and BIUCI1.EHRS. The Bosat in Quality moans theo Best 'Wear and tho most Comfort. The Bost is Always the Choapeaost, /64 BoOrs d.T.M AT T FEWS. 599Ts R* PA?D."- lJ BOOT1 PALICE..- Too'.nEi I .1 ~ i~ij 1 i .t iI..,til ? EJjf 'I i' 4i'H CHARMAN IP2? t. C:...?r': ?'" "" '"-':'"·'"~' """ "'"*'" "?'?'"Y ·"" "".~(~u· ,?*€,,., I.... J'· *,t ; " U b 9OHEVLTENHAM Telephone 10, Chiltenhainim, KEEIES T'ii , IESi'.T-G.IV I, I IM A T'.Y. To tho General Public...

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Open Sea Bathing THE BRIGHTON DRESSING SCREENS. ERECTION OPPOSITE KINANE ST. PRESIDENTS' OBJECTION WITH DRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

TIE BRIIC11TON UltitS81NG Id 1ENS. 11EtUT'rION OPPO1].?'[ IKINANE ?T'. ..ItJ:ESII)EN'TS' OdJEC''ION WITH. . BRAWN. 'The dressing aioreensi for the itm of Ilathers on the Jlrighton foreshore, aria a\Gin?3t \whfich the r1ientsj r,: contly objected, are to beo rected at theo foot of EKinano street, this site ihaving lcen seClcted by the Town, Clerk (Mir. IJ. I, Taylor) and the engineer (Mr. (Conne)l, 'to wheom the mnatter was referred. At Mondty'i meetint, of the conrt oil the letter of Mr, (C. Norton, pro testin'g angainst the erection of the screns, which was( deferred fromn the last n mecting, was considered. Cr, IHall imentioned that Mr, Nor toln had ;withdrawn his opposition, seeing thait the site was below K(in ono stroet, lI moved that the lotter be receivcedl. Cr. F;rancis sccconiled the llotion. 1lI considerted tho scrceens would bb an acqiisition and( not a dotrimoent, Tho resolution was carried. Cr. Ilanlry's notico of motion, that the retolution orderinlrg the erection of l...

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District News. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

Disrle c ws local howlers are im\ited to Bright. oin rrIlon next. Saturldy, 21st., when tropdhies (do:,; and electri light) will be offTer(I for drawio,, driivig, trail in n ugg,na Ihg~tollo l, & c. eo adi vertisinag colunuc. The monlthly metinfl ' olf the Bright on Prou',s A\sSoeClation was held on Wedacdnay tt iue Oriental ('of'o Pal' ace, The olt\ly mO nLr (lisecuiseed wONS thi ropositiot of thue lowit Council to- subdivido Hiu'lnughlm t.,ttt and aell allotments iuu'intg itranlciu and Utnoli -tlrcets tndo Nel)ean foad, r' tainihg I, utmill resenr\c itt the rlear. .(embers dp'cuuted the outeumpltthed nction of the I ou(' cu'il. l c ,sii , ered the wholo area ouhldo lti reserved (or a eports: groutlnd. A spcidal corn iittco was al)l1oinlted to go into the qucstion, 1ndi if it were found that tih etae \\'st lt hic ,r subhdividedt iln sucih a way as to only lon\vo smanll reIserve, to Irelimmr a ilwtition for cpresentlation to the CI'ounoil objccting to the alienatioin. With a...

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THE BAD BOY'S FOURTH ON JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

MIE BAD BOY'S l'OUIltTI O01 JULY iSow long do you thinl it will bo betoro four father will he able to como doan to tho lnico?" naked the druggist of the bad boy 1l ho was buying tsonn onlica nnd court plaster, "0, the do. Vnays iha eculd como down now f 11h would tranvl on soIm stlrct whelre thero W'ere no horcf? to soere," said the h oy a11 h )ought some gum, " bqt heo ia?Shllo in't in no kurry to como down till his hair growe; out, Ald lie gets some n1ow clothes miade. 8Jay, do fou wet this court ilislter and ;stickl it on ?" The druggist told himn how the court pinclor worked, and then asked him if hii a acouldn't 'ide down town. "Itide down? well, I gI?une nix, 1To ounld have to oat down if he rolo down iown, and Pa i 0 no selter tli:l trip, heo ) w pointer. -'TlI?t' whiro thIe 'il'-whlcl itruck him.' "Well, how did it all happen?" asl:od tllh ruggintR, an he wrlappe'. 11 a'ollu. pape11r over d)o bottle of nrnica, n11d twis' l thil i'nd:s, and then helped the boy Ltich the ;ltip...

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WOULDN'T PLAY ANY MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

WOULDN'T PLAY ANY MORE, J)uring the winter of I862 and '63, out regiment, the 14th --, was in winter quarters near Falmnouth, Virginia. T'he captain of our company was a tll d;im young fellow, about hMlf-boy and half-man, but all man in a battle, as we .1ould all testify, The captain wasi rather proud, and seeined to be exceedingly siensitive with regard to his antleceldeiits, his father hay ing been a tsh-pedld!Cer, andl rumour went sao far ;as to state that the captain, when a boy, had dlone something mi that line himuself. Many of the company hat known the captamin at home, nearly all of them had heard of his previous history, and under stood his feelings regarding it, We were undergoing one of those un accountable inspections, so frequent in all well-itegulated armics, and were in "place rest," in our company street, the extremet left of the reginent, while the insp,,cting ofticer was insptectimig the otlher colmpanies inl their regular ordelr, firom the right of the regiment, '...

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A CHEAP TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

A CH)ll!. 'Jl.'l 1 :i",I L 0P 3 tE, A correspoandnt in tho A meican i Artem, wh ltoclnis to )havo Ihad col?iderablo eXperll. ncn in tlhait lino, says a flood orklillng telo. p'one may bhe mad, na foh0110w :-.1\l:I tw\C till dnun (;i. inll dialoter nidl lin. deep 'hoy s'hould havo iCea.vy \yir~ fuInned i1 MI1(l 1144 hll In1. cly, The ir \hc.,houuld nut bo l1sQ0 than No, 9. Tale raw hidu that 111 ibeel divestad of hair and rotrech it orc tlihe drum whilo wet, and hind It on with a small wirtle; let it remain till porhectly dr., A ,.rr thin hhl1, 1uch 03 squ(llltel, 'at, e 43, 1i the Iaeot. 'dlh!i e hido will not work well tow (e eroet your 1drum, 11 2c,, havinI, ':':t I3out iCtlS and put 1p11 your ill' tlul ohtr:1, wh3ih nii1 y be mfadeo tf \\h' ire an ; sil~tnded. frontl .anna~ which have 1l.hen nIaIhil to h113 ponslt, ltoe a h31lo in 1ho waill wvhi'ro tlu 1( 1um i o t bo \13t1(1, r1nll theo 3hie lrlull::h your hrun13 (lnd thlIrouhll 1 t hid I t o i illo t Chlntr0 hlaving at hbutt l1...

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The Destructor MINISTER OF EDUCATION INSPECTS SITE. APPEAL FOR THE CHILDREN'S WELFARE. FURTHER OBJECTIONS BY RESIDENTS. MINISTER FAVOURS LAND FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

IThe estructorij 5c\lll:Tt, (), l ,' I'zI I1' OL:.\''t. X 1L NI. P Il It II L ( I' TIN I N 'APPEAL l'(, TILL' C1ILI)IN'S \ , ,L 'A , ["l'l~illH OIJIE('TIUNS BY FSI A ll.IST'IlE' I'\\Ut ltS LIANI FUlR tlto l tuli t).llli?: loi u t tl) O ,"5 ol,',' The MAlhiiateir ,f lEduiatjion (SiL Atex, t.'eacoch) visit ed thu lsuti'taa\k Slane school on " 'Thursday, ut lirnoon, in LO ipany a it. .\tr. .II. , t i s ,a t ttl, Al.L.A., Mi'. 'ante (Dire l t. kr of dl uca tion), itlal 111t, Ilolrt, son i('haiiamiLn of tilt. IJ itlu d at tHuall h). ' hIly weIro 'uceied bty 1 I iatr hody ot t'tsid( tis, who urged tIhat thu deupaarI ent shoulk not ageu to Itht rero.Vt ad Jacoltua to the .dhoot teing iohl to tho iuniiMi alit ie': for a diestiruct or sito, Air, Evans, €luiaian of the s?chool conani tet, sail that tho co taitltc were at thu ito iiitanotau opi'ion that tlte dlustitctor Would lie too close to the school. The con(1it tlee was iii) pointetd to look after thu health of the ih ilhren anat the hyge...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCIENTIFIC. MAKING INVISIBLE THREADS FROM ROCK CRYSTALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 14 March 1914

8CI 8NTIFIO. . ·- -·-----sOBou- ~ -r \fA KING INVIS[ILf, 'I'-[I1fADS FOlOi)M It0CK CR1YSTALS. SMr. C. V, 1loys, ,,I.8., hasl recently beil describing the inmprovenmeonts ho has made in tho snspondinlg libroa use(d in thelo eonstuctioln of the most exaot eioentiltio apparatu. In someo inveCtigatios Mr, iloys reqluired dconio thing very muoh nuporior to anything thon oxihting, iand this lod him ultimnately to the diucovery of a way of making fibros by molt. ing rook orystal in an oxyhydrogon jot, draw. iitg it into rods, and thoen drawing tlhese roda Into the finest fibre by attachinglil thcini to theo tail of an arrow, whclh is shot from a ross-lbow nl soon as fhe rod is again melted. him lmade one of thoeo thrcads los thani one 10,000th part of an inioh in diamloter, land odaslaos heo could makelLo them of any sizo doria to the lihnit of micoroscopio vision, The eodn ol thoeo are the flant thinge known to oxist, boanuce it is impossiblo to traoe throm Usp to the end with a miorosaco...

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