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Swimming. OPENING OF THE SEASON. AQUATICS AT BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

Swimminmg OI 'F M OFR T II SIASOM.i : -` ,Q NTICS Li BLACK BOCK. Theii-n flaloMon aiy l~ife Savinga and Smwiisipg Club lh'dlI their inaugural water carsival at Black Rock last Saturday, a rid the, gathering$~' s o successfulu s t? contir' tlii' desire of: members that it bslhould'be hild a n niUhlly. Mr. George .ievell isi enthuiis sestic anid ,an active worker: as presi det; nd 'isif wvell backed up by: the indefatigable - hon. secretary (Blr. J. ?' bSellars) ;?d a very strong comrn mittee, consisting : of: Mr. Geo. Cole (treasurer?,:: lr.~A:: Porter (assistant secretaryi), lirs. Porter, iiss Webster; Messrs T. Selldrs, 'A. Green, G. Dris oll, J ..ills n.anil, F." Vaiughaeldri: ' The judges n: Satuidjay's ,eventis -were Miessrs s Walsh ihand Snaipe and -Mr: E. Jenkinis wras starte': ; : ?, The pripeiial featiure ofthe rather ing, ti'e first swiniming car?ival of tie season; was ishe:' appearance of Pi. 1.. Beaurepaire;-whe ion oai the 200yard Open "iHandicap."S..: The niusical buoy...

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Miscellany HUMOROUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

clear;: eno.ugh-"Remll bra?fdt?.? yod::on't need no magnifier-to see that Not Slike someof yaourfakes; with, the same'idden aiways lichind the varnsh!_ Ah lady'S :visitihng, the :studio of post ipressionist:: i. Noss.thhat; sure. hiysonefour: h est works, barig g on, that: nail' there? shie "'said. Ohthat labiled the master, .is my paette ejoyd 'yf%. - Ylokis- lerson(jest out, to horrified paernit) 1I enjoyed nmynafl awfullllyl I ."glided',', tli1hr~i'` .I 'trotted ,wwith Tlobv,- "tangled" with ]leggie;, and o. arjorie, there: is ;a difference Sbeieei a tas· derinist' and a taxi ibi taxi derinist skins an: mfals anaild l ia -calibi 10ienl't s° oPar ticularahe'll skinianb bd . : iWag What s lie differe?ic beteen a liena" with :two? wags and a hI a it? tlonly one using : gI doi't k 'ino' ii msure ? c- 'g:Why, merely a differenc of a 'plition : Shke t ci the beach aitd :gaied meeditntvely at,-the rfings w:hichlt ad! ornsd her fingers.r : In: all 'iien; by, these preseits.. she iin urni...

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Religion. POPULAR PREACHER'S SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

Religionn. POPULAR PREACHER'S SERMON. "Are we Irreligious" was'tha subi ject of the discourse-at the Brighton Congregational Church' on: Sunday evening. The Revo. W. d.' L. Closs took for his text. "Ydur religion is to visit the fatherless 'and helpless; and keep yourself unspotted frdm' the world." ' Ile said-"It seems to be grenerally accepted liowadays that :we are less religious than -we used to be ? we are in some measiire decadent. On ly last- Sunday Bishop Clarke declared that: we 'ere' an irreligious people aind on- the f0ollowidn-bldai the papers :en dorsed:what, he said. I- asked-jmyself, ont-: 'reading ,the aninoiincement, on wliat wias th ? itatement: of :the Bisi-, - ;founded. "I find three tthings in t th;ose 'remairk: Tlie' first is: tlhat _i are not observinnig thd reli;ious ordin anicesas of old, the iiet :ishit tliothe SiSbbatlh .was becuming.-secularised, or at::the least turned into <-i?.: day .: of, 'plehasure'l In many directions mensare using :tlhe ...

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Police Courts. CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

Police gcourts. ill UEJlENUAMI. . Snunmbr of r prosecutions arising outi' of offences. coimlu ttled at seaside toivnships- durin? the- holidays were heard at thle Cheltenham Police Court on Wednesday, ( before Messs$ Penny (chairman), Barnett, Lo Page, Brown field, and Frewin, .'s.P. Upon the swtrn information ofRob brt )a\'is, Sergeant Parkin proceeded against T. Werner for having used hbad language in a pul1lie park at 3lordialloc on Jdnuary (i. A fine of 40/- was implosed, in default 14 days' miprisonment. Andy IHassen, : married man, , was charged b, "Constible 31'Donakl with having stolen potatoes valued at 1/ fronit the Iproperty of J. F. Crook, Chelsea. on' lDecember 27. The accutsed pleaded guilty, and asked for leniency. Ilassen was fined 20/-, with 13/-costs. W\. Shphelrd, of o-ddle "stret,.tRich mpud, was proscecuted for having rid liept a motor cycle at a dangerous speed through Cih lsea township on December 1-1, anti alp .for not stop pints when called uipkni by Constab...

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HOW HE PROVED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

* IiW0 li'P. IrOXLiv' i'1:i 1'J hevy were .tiringt- ain Irishmana charged with apetty .;offence 's wheni the judge as!'ed.::"Jlave :youi::any one in court who. will vouch,.for youri good character ?" . 'Yis,tyobu Idon I or," "quickly responided the Celt; "theres the ,sergeant there." -liire iio)t?? , the .sergeant evincedl signs of rfeat amazement. :i"Whi', your:r]loh or,' declared: he, .h'1 lon't even know .the ian .. .'Observe, -your; Honor?' I said the Irishman triumphantly, -"yb serve that I've lived ini the .country twelve ye?a ant' the sergeaiont doesn'tl now me ! ::Ain't that a. character for Ye ?" A y0oung womian -npplied 'to'-,a. sir 'coon for n position as 'nurse iit' his' Insiitution. -flle oasked .,lhve' you had an:. ,,experiden:o? : 'IExiaErieiice ?i he cried i- sho.uld, think so. qlind: of mo brothers p?layi ifotball,idanother:has tried to cross thile charn '-i iGa i ei?on plane of his owni ima te, mother-is i sullfragette, and: fanther.i'eepsa ?iotp-t SThel villiase ?...

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TWO TO ONE AGAINST HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

TWO TO .N?E ?GAINT 11131.: "Sorry," said the :policean,,' "but L .' have to arrest .ye- you vd been driving alongg at the rate of fifty miles an: hour.r, "You: are wrong,"' my friend,'" said the driver; I'I eayi~ wasn't, and hcei's a pound aiote: that says I wasn't.'" "A1ll right,'" returiied thie policenmrn, poc.eting thel'oneey. "With .eto to ozne against mea -I ain't gaoin' o subject the country to th' expense of a trial;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

245 Bay-street, Brighton. y: Special '.Appoin tmnt to mis Excellency the Governor, N.S.W. g' Optician and RIefractio list, EQUITABLE BUILDINGS, 95 Elizabeth St., Melbournel Member of the British "Optical'?i"i Association. (Diploma by Exam. HOURS-10 a.m. a to 5 p.m . Established in ;Liverpool 1817.,; Melb.; . 1888 6;: Sydney 1894:.:.. TELEPHONE 708. BARRISTERS and SOLICITORS IOMMEROIAL ,BANK CHAMBERS S.39 COLINS STREET, - MELBOURNE. Traist and other.con? s tConet Lend. elas. 1J Cownl l Recorded by the BENTAL BOARDGN, ORTCT OIA, SGLEN BUNTLY.ROABD Opposit o ELSTERNWICK. Savrings Bank TPainlssiExt actions Crow Bridge Work a Speciality.; . o : : :.:: Appointmente cede for eny Eening. 9 aN . toRD :p.e0 R. P a Fridays, 9 a.m ito 9 am to m... Telephone Brighton 153 H W. HUNT and'TJTBEB, SOLII?TORS, 317 COLLINS STIkElcI, :.YELOUIINE Tel. 2452, Central. Are' cariying -on .the practice of the late T..W. Wilson, Solicitor, aft, Brightop and Melbourn.:: H. W. Hunt, Private Residence, S Eurobin,...

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TEMME and HANLEY 245 Bay Street, Brighton. Telephone: 225 Brighton. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

TEU E- and 245 SBay, str eet Brighiton. STelephone: 225 Brighton. - -44*-- The cheapest Drapers in the district, the largest stock to select from,, and Sbest quality goods for the price' to be had anywhere. Ladies: Conic at once if you want a good washing dress for the holidays We will measure you and you can picnk .your style at the same price as stock S ones. . - . . ' h oyles' best prints to measure, nice - y piped, trimmed, large buttons, large sailor collar, open front or'back, for ' 7s 6d. - " ,:i : , •.. ; Coatcot and skirtfor 8s d, piiped -. 'd trimmined' S'.Striped& crepes,"'go'od; quality, 1atSs' '.il'th dress. I ;,:Weo bhvo made over 200 alreadyad aro opento miake another 200 Every customer his beein satisfied. We will take back any garment that does not meet with your approval, even if made to order. We have' dozens ready made, all sizes in stock. .- . I . White Silk Blouses, good silk, at 5s lid, 7s Gd, 93 Gd, 12s 6d. . Lace Coatees. silk lined, beautifully made...

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GOOD GINGER BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

GOOD GI:NGER BREAD.. One lb. flour, Aib. sugar, ½1b. lemon peel, lb. ra?isins, ?oz. of ground gin ger, one teaspoonful of carbonate of soda, 1 teaspoonful of mixed spice. Mix dry ingrpdients together, then a?Id hall cup of reacle, Alb. of latter, 3 ,egg Mull beaten, about I-cup of milL, Stir well, andl bake in a mod erate pven.

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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, JANUARY 10, 1914. District NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

i' 4l e "outhe:ii 0:: ,Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's,. thy God'g;, and* truth's.' SATURDAY JANURY 10 -1914.. th: [strictews ,'t. heo Council Ini iteve cinders .in an o ther colutni for ednlarging the open" .:a niain drainfromnia:e street to Grant :' :treet. :Toiideirdardde odun 21st'inst. i :The geidol lists. :for the South Eastern ]Provm'nco lhave been; prepared I, iy.Mr r--i: acphiersoin, eleotoral-, regis iar, and ,mav;no?in, ii;siiiiecLtt at any ,l:';:.l p st o::flc.;.'.'-.: ', - .. .. ['ie iur?:i~itol.lProgress 'Association wIlnt on Wednesday next. t rk's. Sowers' Band (a mission ainryunion for children in connection witl h nurch Missionary Associa ition'held a ccessful sale of gifts : arsinr hlsit month, in aid of their own S- ssisonary - fund. The salo was . openied Ib? Mr. A. V. Sone, president of th, Victorian Sowvers: Bands.. 'ThJ Rev: T. II Sapsford also i commiended the work. The schoolroomi Was beau tifully? decorated; aiid the stistallsivere stocked....

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PULLMAN—ROGER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

PULLf fA N-ROGER.. ]r. l1The inarriage?cof Mr, t lranicis cRichaird Pslhiinm; third s?in of ?. Mr and Mrs. a 'eullian, os ltrihitoli and iuss" Olisve e Btatrice Roger, eldest idaughter 0of Mr. i and ::i 1rs. ..-Thoniscin?- oger,: f Sil- a van, wais celelrai'd by the ReRt. 0. Cernlty, of Warburtoni oi :.Saturday 9Jth ,rýo'emberni i atf Bowaret," ithd i residencre' of the bride's- parents. The i ceremony, was jnr!formned on the west ti te n. ;corner, of.the lverandah whiclh. isilt'itsh commariliingvie? of the sur- n roulindi.;i "coiantr;;yleint., itself adniir t, ably': to the purpose, iand provided a imnple seating accoiuniodatiti for the it guests ';wh o inunibered about sixty 'he ;decorations :ei of folinage and 4 piink. :Slowers, with a whitt?' ;eddi?g bell "undier ,,;,hich the cereniony sast periormied and aiiotlher; siisipeided ?over the lireakfast} table. )lThesei beautiful lv..ifiat Bells i erer th?i'work of ,,.thu b "ride'is . a irlo fuiends - "Jhe l?rnde. tore sctil lace ove...

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WASHING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

SBliiss !AlieNG DAY.cll ard culs of blouises alwaysi need extra attention, as they get greasy, from perspiration. Give them an. extra rub in the case of flannel, aid,. for cottoni things soap well andi than rub, repeating.. till every stain is gone. t p. thsi very Cretonni :-.Dent `ut{ this' into' overy hot suds if you -iant it to keep its colour." :ot a.d suds 'ruin the tints. mayo St hea only a little ilore than lik'ewarm, and let the final rinsing iwater. be cold.- But remember that, howcvoer: careful you are in the w?ash ing, o00 ; ill i.till. raui your covers if you l use very hot Irons. lThey must iot' on an; account blie hot enough " to'scdr.: c ch --Blouses :Aleanyss dry-a very special blouse 'on a coat langer, covering th'-lli anger with calico beforehand, so that the w'ood may not maik the blouse. It' dries mucli more quickly than ?evlin spread on a line and keeps its shape bettcr . Dlon't :i useo a: tbodkin for tlhreading ribbhlin itto "undies"c. Try? a' safety aiif 'inti...

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Gardeners' Affairs KEEPING TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

KEIEP'1NG rO. ATOES. i definitelyv' Pickti ton atoesis ihen just ripe, .. etsinin^ t oh ers s e to the frulit :%! a .d co?ei;ring, witlih brinc" made iibyi:' dissOh'vfin;, teacupful of.. saltil a gul?i oif piure, iresli "water' LUe an earthen. vessel to keep thenm i':Thcre is no notieab a los of fresnbess TO)Groiier in, the ,Go~,efd :district are naturally .;Fuch uancei alout 1l'. various .t omaiito d nises ou iinn i li the fr 1lit and pleit amid ia special. cnimlmigni na?gaiist black spiot is to ibe mik?le this: ,sasdea. .The cultivationu of tomanitoes ini Nex? South iuWles las as sumeild pirodltions, to justifyi special work in t.lhis ;dirdclion. 31any hun nr lu 'y ire r .s.'r.^ ? ,v .., :+" , dlreds of acres are being planted to meet?not only a big local demand, for the frnit as it comes from the farm, but also the requirements of the sauce factories, which consume big euaantithes of tomato pulp. iianufacturers say ,that the supply of the pulp is not nearly sufficient for their r...

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SUPPORT THE LOCAL PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

SSUI'OITI TIiL LOCIIAL PAEHR. 'lie, e-xcellrne' of `.the newspaptr (says "'TexiasiSiftin's" ) is ons of the best evidences of thel? ginefal prosperi ty.of the town in, which it is pub lished. - fi the printing.ofice of any town turns out a dirty, slovenl3y ill printed sheet, you can make. up your mind :that the i atite:r in. the paper is . in keeping*; with tihd paper that represeitts .th in f.Ei ery copy of the local paper should'bli an advertising circular for th ttown.? t ,It-should be bright, clean, and iclearly printed, new sy iiandl interesttng,' even (to ian entire stranger, into ' whosehands it might fall. To: ehable the:i editor to get out such a paper ihe should be h well supported-the people shoiild subscribe and-. the mercliants shoild avidxrtie liberally. ;?? for ' is not the japt e i? - only? hlink ith binds them to thie World ''in-`:' general;., anid ?Ceos them frontt dropping into oblivion ': l\ho ever hears of ,the' town which has no local lpaper ?, ' The World lias...

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GOOD FOR CAMPERS. Aberdeen Sausage. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

01. r COOL;, Loti t CAMNPERS )Lberddeii Sausage iro; lbs` :irumnpisicak and 11li. bacon (pat ytihrougih nmincet); .4 cups o bread crumbs ;,i; ] tablespoonful of; tonmato sauce, e,::desertspoonful ,olWYorcester shire sasuco;ea little bit of thliome, two esgsi i 1I bbeatcii,1 'teiiaspoonful: of pepi per.` ..ori:.?. all: togetheir :.nto:;a" iroll ad .: put m.iI a .iell-floured clothMale upl and ioil foi tlihree .hou?s :.Takle upa, coser aitlh cu;ispbakedl bread crumbsulserve cold, cur:use for; s:and - Si cli pilin ? riour, 1l buitter; hIb sugar; lb irisins. (stoned);? ilb. curciiits }lb leimo peel 6 eggs shell heatan ' lo' tealiliooidiil of carlbonate:;of soda ti o t eaiiooiifiils- of creanii~. Cof tartar,' 1{pint:milk swith a ,little sialt ackled, cream' suira' and. butter·i: theni adl inilk ?iind eg s, then flour, f-flit ,' Siad:legon peel .lst: .: I of iti:i:..'-, . of sugar:i' : 'ut butter: and sugar ins d sauiceliian, gracý tioi lemons " smeeze juici: ic ntob su gar anid butter,'....

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Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

ehurch Services " ri1rhtiiihto New Sit ' Circuit.-New Shtreet;, 11 Re? ?S. Adamsoni; 71 Mr. Parson:"; hill: street?: ?ll '[rDeGaris; 7 Mr. larnay I '1'erstreet. rin. Oin"-f Ilr1 91?arnbiyoL iT-1, ieU , 0:: '?'S? IWCall. flHampton--I, Rev' r'. ?'1Tlihnpsoniroi R ]lev. C. Foiwler; ':Gardeivil 1;-, Mir. Martin; 7, Mr:J.: J J;::.oc. - St Anidrew's . Middled Brighton-7A.45 ain.m./ IrC,?'reicher 11a.m. and 7 pim. Rev. . Law:. All -Souls' Sandri?imghal.11, Morn in .Prayer" and..lol·yb Cdomiunion, 1Rev. IR. Poynder ';, Mr.lLeoiin Cornell. Holy, 'rrinity;; iiampton.-11,, Mr. J. :l. LGawler,; 7,l r:'G:: . Biggs. ASt.,, A1etes,'. Black:. Rlock.--11, Mr. Leon' Cornell ;7 30, Rev. 1. Poynder. i a.m.ii, 3r. Ray; ?irsen., Rev. C. Crottly. I)jlley.~sl .S1 a.m., Holy Conapninion, Rev. .C: Crotty; 7.15 p.m., Mr.' Ray. Moorabbhin .15 p.m. Rev. C; Crotty. : Blaclk Rock Conoigreational.-11 a.m. and 7.30 p.nin?.i'1e. le iiiald Ti:rner. .,:PMethldist Servie.-steale "street-11, iRel. 1 F. J. Watsfordi; 7, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

Clearing Sale Now Proceeding at Doherty & eo Cash Drapers. 127 Glen Huntrly Rd, Elsternwic "'Phlioie-Brighton 747. SHOP AT HRE JUP-TO=DATE ,DRA.PERY Al D MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT Liatest Xmas Novelties;'' 'Inspection Invited. ART NEEDLEWORK. UNDDRCLOTaI G, DRESSMAKING 'SPECIALITIE S AGENT. FOR -IADAME WEIGEL'S ;. CUiT PAPIR IATTERNS.' 'The, Celebiated ITALIAN BENEa DICTINE, Anti-Gour, Rheumatic and Sciati'a Powders, direct from'Pistoia. Ii taly, For Sale. Corner Churchl & :Male Sts., Middle Brighton. One Minute from Railway Station. - . D..DVANCE BRIGHTON........... THE PUBLIC SUPPLIED at WHOLE SALE RATES. C . DELBRIDGE and CO., Furniture Manufacturers, OFFICE and SHOWROOMI? 192 BAY STREET, BRIGHTON. FACTORY CORNER ST. ANDREW.AND DURRANT STREETS. Having purchased commodious fac tory premises, we are. now in a posi tion to cater- for every requirement for home comfort. Place your order for furniture with us, then come and see it made. BEDROOM SUITES DININGROOI SUITES -...

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Croquet. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

Croquet. I the recent tournaents at the rgtibir''to Cro net ; Club' the following players ee successful :-Class A--lst. ilru :Jeffsry, (whiner of Mrsj Jam. ieson's trophy) 2n Mrs. F. Brooker (Club- 4trophy). ClasuB-let Mrs. Garvin 'a(Melboiurne Sports: Depot troply), dii'l iss 'Aylwin? (Club tro phy):. C?: laiss.'-lst, Miss Bolger (trophy presented by Mrs. Bleasby); 2nd, Misls Evans -(tirphyl presented ly Mrs .Bleasly) "On Boxing Day a competltion was held for. the':Four Baill:Break with the follomings resuclt :-lst, MIrs. Stillman (winmng n.-Mrs;: Cockram's trophy) 2nd; Mrs.(adrvin (winning 3Mr. Stran er's trophy)::.:,, On Mo10day lst the Aaburn Heights ClUb played ?Brighton--th result was a :?ecided v`ictory for Brighton-win ning ; thre out of fou gainmes. The Brighton; tenii consisted of Mesdames F. 'Jeffery anrid Stranger; and Misses Conch:@ and ,:Green Auburn. Heights w-ere represented b;a esidames L'Mar d, Paisons;,' Yoig and Mr. Robert soi.s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

WFirst and 'Foremost. W. IRobinson. Butcher, New As. Brightaton. Telo, 245. Rstablished?s? s G. E. JEWELL, the new Sandrinaham BOeOT & SHOE MAN (late allan's) IRDENER, wants .- day work,. S.di;::isteady and reliable. Experi enced in all branches of .the trade. -Wright l 30. William sat., Brighton. rERlSON wants washing, cleaning - J-'. weekly. Mrs. Spensley, care of May. 'rocer. Beach rd.; Black Rock. P Poultry, &c., For Sale. FNCUBATORS.--THE SWAN INCU- ; .I BATORS are necessary for pro fitable Poultry Raising. Call and see these machines working at THE SWAN INCUBATOR. COMPANY, 1I8 I 1TIGW1 ST., ST. KILDA; or COSY POULTRY RUNS, S9 BAY STREET,' BRýGlITON. ::-- Auctions. SATURDAY, 17th JANUARY. SATURDAY, 17th JANUARY. At 3 o'Clock. On the Ground, CORA LYNN ESTATE, CORA LYNN ESTATE, CORA LYNN ESTATE, : CORA LYNN ESTATE, BEACH RD. and ANTIBES ST., BEACH RD. and ANTIBES ST., :BEACH RD. and ANTIBES ST., BEACH RD. and ANTIBES ST., ( , MENTONE BY THE SEA. S'MENTONE BY THE S...

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New Books [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 January 1914

New Books the Latest Books Added to Ohafley's ,Up-to-Date Library oacd For Sale at 3/S each. ,The Valiants of Virginia--H, E. Rives The Joy Bringer-G. MacGowan. r. Pratt's Patients.-Joseph Lincoln Two Kisses-Oliver Onions. The Dark Flower-J. GalsworthyY':' - The Desirable Alien-V. Hunt. The Flame-0. Wadsley. - The Chance-J. Conrad. Cupid Goes North-Martin Swayno. This up-to-date Library contains over 3,000 recent books to choose (roa. SUBSCIIIPTIONS BEGIN.NOW. i Book and Magazine, 3/6 per qtr. 2 Books and Magazine, 5/6 per qtr. Books and Magazine, 7/6 per qtr. All the latest Books and Periodicals are added to the Library every week. All Books are Exchangeable as often as Subscriber pleases. H. B. CHAFFEY, BRIGHTON BOOK ARCADE, 73 AND 75 BAY S'TREIET, BRIGIITON (Near New Street). - s -^ --"~; About 2.30 yesterday afternoon Blillin I11. B. Black, residing at Mof fatt street, Brighton, left home to bathe off Brighton Beach, taking his three children and leaving his wife to follow himt ...

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