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THE SOCIETY JOURNAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
THZE BOIETY JOURINAL POMIL Br A DIBILrusIONremD ADMonTa. Oh,"so sweet were the dainty verses That rippled of dawn and bloom, O tihe thrush, that its song rehbarsee Mid the roses' odorous sloom; 01 the dainty white feet, and dimpled, That splaehed in the rushy st!eam; And the little face sweetly wimlled- The angel face of a dream. And I said, as I read and pondered, "'A woman's spirit is here, 3o sweet and so pure I" so 1 wonderel Which Muse of this nether sihers Had put her life in the poem The tale of her love had told At least, all its dawn-tinted proem, Too tender for heart to hold. And I strove to seek out the singer, And found no Sappho with lyre Vibrating to rosy-tipped finger For there sat by a tavern fire One who quaifed from a pewter esselt, And smoked from a sooty bowl, And berhymed on a grimy tressel, While his boots were away to sole I --4-4,-
SUPERSTITIONS CONCERNING THE ASH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
SUPERSTITIONS CONCERNING TRU ASU. Among the ancients the ash was esteems a sacred tree. In the Scandinavian my thology it is stated that the court of th gods is held beneath a miraculous ash whose branches cover the surface of thb world, and whose summit touches th heavens, while its roots descend to th region of Pluto. The Edda of Wodin holds the ash in a high a veneration that man is described a being formed from it." Hesiod, who is sup posed to have lived in Homer's time, de duces his brazen race of men from the ash The inner bark of the ish often was th substance the ancient writers wrote on be fore the invention of paper. It was believe, that serpents had such an antipathy to th ash that they would not approach evye within its morning or.evening shadow; anm Pliny tells us (he says on experience) tha if a fire and a serpent were surrounded b. ash boughs, the serpent would sooner rum into the fire than the boughs. Dioscorides the celebrated physician to Antony anm Cleopatra; assu...
A CHEAP TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
A CIEAP T'ELErPTfO1 E. A correspondent in the American Arttrts. who elalms to have had considerable experi ence in that line, says a good worintg tel9 phone may be made as follows :--3lake twr tin drums 6in. in diameter and din. deep They should have a heavy wire formed in i.no as half gal. cup. The wire should not be less than No. 0. Take:o raw hide that Iha been divested of hair and stretch it over the drum while wet, and hind it on with a small wire; let it remain tillpertectly.dry. A .cry thin hide, Euch as squirrel, tea. cona, is tbe best. Thic:c hide will not work well sow Le erect your drum, &'c., having set your pcsts and put up your insulators, which "may be mnadse of wire and sueprndel fyons oruis wlhiclh lave been nailed to the posts, L.rea hole in the wall where the drum is to be tiaced, run the wire through your drum and through the raw hide in the centre, having a button ready. Pass the wire throu::h the eye of the button and back through the cidrml, end twist ...
SCIENTIFIC. MAKING INVISIBLE THREADS FROM ROCK CRYSTALS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
SCIENTIFIC. \IsKTING INVISIBLE THREADS FROM ROCK CRYSTALS. SLJr. C. V. Boys, F.B.S., has recently been describing the improvements he has made in the suspending fibres used inthe construction of the most exact scientific apparatus. In some investigations Mr. Boys required some thing very much superior to anything then existing, and this led him ultimately to the discovery of a way of making fibres by melt ing rock crystal in an oxyhydrogen jet, draw ltg it into rods, and then drawing these rods into the finest fibres by attaching them to the tail of an arrow, which is shot from a wroe-bow as soon as the rod is again melted. He made one of these threads lees than ono 10,000th part of an inch in diameter, and declates ie could make them of any size deown o the limit of microscopic vision. The ends of these are the finest things known to emist, beasuse it is impossible to trace them up to the end with a microscope. They are certainly not more than one-millionth of an inch in diameter, ...
NEW MICROPHONE MEMBRANE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
NEW 3MICROPHONE MEEM BRANE. The microphone of Messrs Mix and Genect of 1is, )lea-nburgerstrass, Berlin, has latel1 ncnd'e:ne an important improveient. The sound-plate of this microphone consists of s thin diaphragm of firewood, which has oas yet proved best for sound-plates. There is onlt one inconvenience, and that is dry fir is very susceptible to damp. Under its influence the plates become curved, and often cause s disturbing alteration in the contact points of the carbon rollers and of the transmission of the voice. Until now the plates hare beer lacquered for protection, and several varnishes were tried, but these protected the sound-plate against damp only for a ehort time. The water condensing off the plate during the conversation soon caused small cracks on the lan, which accelerated the introduction of damp into the wood plata The new invention has been found to over come all di~icnltiee. The sound-pltoe isnow covered on both sides with a thin plate o' mica, which, not bein...
Friendly Societies THE PROPOSED BRIGHTON DISPENSARY. A.N.A. AFFIRM THE PRINCIPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
friendly Societies rTh]E PROPOSIEI) BRICGIIOTN DIS PEN` SAY. .%.N.A. AFFIRM TIHE PRINCIPLE. JIrw P1OJ(aonl to establish a Friendly Societies' Dispensary in Brighton was c,iuidsred by the local branch of the t. .. on Thursday evening. Other odxwe haLrc alnredy aflirmeid the desir nbility, aind the conferenice weas awnit ine the A.Ni.A. decision.. lMr. Ferguson moved that the branch allirnm the desirability of establishing a dipensary- in Brighton. lie re mnarked that some A.N.A. memladrs would lave to put up with a little inerncvnlnicnce in travelling to the dis pensary, but that should riot have any weigtlt in deciding, uponi a matter shieh would benefit all members of loncal friendly societies. lie considered ltrrlIton was quite able to carry a dispensa:ry to a successful issue. In l'rabratn the dispensary had,been an ewcellent proposition, and the lodges in Brightont would be foolish if they did wn, avail themselves of the oppor tunity to also have one. A big . ad vantaig with a d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
First anid r nior4 Robisnso.thitlicer New R. ,Brr t6. Te l f. : F ablisuhei I . ?. .:.? . .L.: !: .. r" ? ! ?:i"?" L?''?' i .." ?'i ,i:i?'r??-?''" !:??:i ?" ".':... -" " "?" " " . i:? "??.':?::""-''?:'' ? ?':':':?'??"?"?':"'.''?':?.'.'??'::? _: ?i" :" ''? " ? :. - ' : ?" ?' :??i:!I': '"? " . . . .." " i? i ... Church Announcem.nts. jRIGITON Congrd~ational Church. 11: a.m., Rev. \W. J L. Gloss, B.A.: 7 p.m., Rev. A. G. Roth. "DAPTIST Church, Bay Street.-ll, J lr. II. B. Dinniston, of El steraaick ; 7, Rev. .William Clark, of -\rmadale. Communiuon, 8. Ever liody welcome. CRURCH OF ENGLAND.-ST. AN. DREW'S CHURCH, Middle Brigshton. Day, 15.-3rd Sunday In Lent. 7.45 a.m., Holy Cquvnunion (Cho ral). 11 a.m., Matins: Preacher, Rev. A. Law. 12.15, .Holy Cpnunigqn (plain, separate service). 7, Evensong Preacher, Rev. A. Law. 8.30, Beach, "'The World," TbFANKSGIVING FOR R .AIN." i" AL STREET 'ElIETHODIST. - - UL Harvest. Home Service.-11, F. J. Watsford; 7, Mr. R. Casey. TTNION CHURCH.- 3 o'c...
Bayside Transit PROPOSED BEAUMARIS ELECTRIC TRAM. QUESTION OF ROUTE. PUBLIC MEETING CONVEND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
Bayside Transit PROPOSED BEAUTEARIS ELF,CTRIC TRAM. QUESTION OF ROUTE. PUBLIC MIEETING CONVENED. A mneetine of residents of Beaumar:s swas held in the BeaumBris hall on Monday eveninn. Mr. T. Rumsley, oc cuped the chair and there were about 15 property owners present. Indinaation was expressed at the remarks passed by certain councillors at the last 3Iooraasbin Council meet ing relative to a proposition to es tablish a municipal electric tram. It was pointed out that the council had expended very little towards impro? ing the roads in the district, and al so providing any facilities for the rer >idents. The eneral feeline was that the council should approve of the proposal of the Government to take the tram across country instead oe Ilone Beach road. It was decided to hold another meeting in the hall this evening. The Shire President (Cr. Fedlinan" ho) has also convened a meeting for Wednesday next in the same hall, at In"n.
PLAYING ON THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
:'LAYING ON THE BEACH. At the annual meeting of the Hampton Progress Association on Tuesday reference was made to bath ers loitering on the 'beach. Mr.?'Wardell compleaned that-a foot ball was lieing kicked about the beach on areceut Sunday lin front of the dressing sheds by bathers in their Bathing clothes. IHe thought some action should be taken. It was decided to rcsoucst the ran gers to keep a special look out for this class of offence.
Open Sea Bathing THE BRIGHTON DRESSING SCREENS. ERECTION OPPOSITE KINANE ST. RESIDENTS' OBJECTION WITHDRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
Open Sea Batling THE BRIGHTON DRESSING SCREENS. ERECTION OPPOSITE KINANE ST. . RESIDENTS' OBJECTION WITH. DRAWN. The dressing screens for the use of liathers on the Brighton foreshore, and against which the residents re cently objected, are to be erected at the foot of Kinane street, this site having been selected by the Town Clerk (Mr. J. H. Taylor) and the engineer (Mr. Coane), to whom the matter was referred. At Monday's meeting of the coun cil -the letter of Mr. C. Norton, pro testing against the erection of the screens, which- was deferred from the last meeting, was considered. Cr. Hall mentioned that Mr. Nor ton had withdrawn his opposition, seeing that the site was below Kin ane street. He moved that the letter be received. Cr. Francis seconded the motion. lie considered the screens would bb an acqlisition and not a detriment. The resolution was carried. - Cr. -HanI's notice of motion, that the resolution ordering the erection of the screens, be rescinded, also came up for co...
The Southern Cross SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. District News [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
ae $olheiin ~roe uet all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, MARICH 14, 1014. District News Local bowlers ..are invited to Briht oni gre?? next Saturdy,' 21st:, when .' ro?ib-es (d:fyr and electric light) will be offered for drawine, driving, triil ,intg, arding, bagatelle, &c. See ad vertlsin¢ columns. The monthly meeting of the Bright on Progress Association was held on Wednesday at the Oriental Coffee Pal ace. The only matter discussed was the proposition of the Town Council to subdivide Hurlinghan Estate and sell allotments facing Francis and Unionr streets and Nepean road, re taining a small reserve at the rear. Members deprecated the contemplated action of the Council. and e ns.t; - ered the whole area should lie reserved for a sports ground. A special com mittee was appointed; to go into teo question, and if it swere found that the estate was beim, subdivided in such a way as to only leave a small. reserve, to prepare a petition...
Electric Trams. THE BRIGHTON-SANDRINGHAM EXTENSIONS. PAVING THE WAY FOR AN ORDER-IN-COUNCIL PLANS OF ROUTE TO BE PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
Electric Crams. THlls BRIGHtTON-SAND)RINGHA3I EXTENSIONS. PAVING THEl WAY FOR AN OlI)El I\-COUNCIL. PLANS OF ROUTE TO BE PIIE PARED.. *lt 310nday's meeting of the Brightam Council a letter was received from Messrs Nunn, Smith and Jefirrson, Council's solicitors, stating that rep resentatives of BAighton, Caullfeld and Moorabhin Councils had waitel upon 3-r. Cameron, Chairman of the 'rah ran and 3ahlvern Trust, in connection with the I ropiosed d tramways through Brighton to Sandringham. Mr. Lnam eron Saw no objection to the en_,ineer of the Tl'rust preparinr the plans so that the Order-in-Council could be applied for. The Councils, of course, woild have to pay tfor the work. The- May)or said that lr. Cameron reconmmeiaded the Council to take the tramin along Bay streect right through to the beach. Cr. Stone explained there was an other Iorton the Council iaight do, and that was to take the tram down hIawthorn road to Centre road, and thence to H namptoni street, instead of down llam...
Our Band. SUCCESSFUL GARDEN FETE. £250 RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
Our Band. SUCCESSFUL- GARDEN FETE. £: Q250 RAISED. The Brighton Beach Gardens was the scene of a festive.gathering on Saturday last when the work of a large and energetic commnittee, under the able supervision of Mr. J. 1t. Taylor, in organising a garden fete and children's party to raise funds for the Brighton l)istrct Bra'ss Band, was consunumated. Repeated efforts have been made to establish a band in BtlIJton, and for a while the in stitution flourished, only, however, to agnain become moribund through lack of interest and support on the part of the residents. A municipal band was formed, but it met with a sinsi lar fate as its predecessors. For the last 2 years Brifghton has'bfren without a band of any description, which fact was greatly ideplored iby music lovers. The germ of the present movement started at the West Brighton club's pavilion, and a few preliminary meet ings' were held as feelers to ascertain if there was any possibility of re viving the institution. A public me...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 14 March 1914
C(IURCII SERIVICES. 31ethodist. " Church Ser;.ices.l-Bright ott-New street 11',;: e' . : S. 3I' Cal : 3, Ir. .Nortiey,"; 7,Rev. 3E. Ne. B..\.. Mill street1 l 31 Ir Par son : 7, 31r." :'P?' Ol rnahb? L.Th1. Werre street;:-] l,31rr.,rihhlc, :-7, 11ev. W. S. 3i'('all'" S;SndrinIhum-Bay roand, I], `Ir. rNrtlhey; l3; Rev. O. W. S. 31"Cnll :-7;' Srlir: Northey.. Hamp ton-II Mr. P.0 -arita. L.Th. ; 7, lev. T. Admiji C:nrdennle-11, Mr. Ediall : ,. SIr. Jewell. Church of[ IEnland.-Chlltenham S n.m., 11.C..; 11 :a.mn., Rev. C. Crot ty : 7 p.m., Mr., Nelson. l)ingle- 11.15 n.m., 'Mr. Nelson : 7.15 p.m., Rev. C. Crotty. 3iorabbin-:3.15 3.15 p.m., IRen . C.. Crotty. Baptist (Church.-Bay Street- ll. ir. If. II. )rnniston; 7, Rev. Win. Clari. Methodist Servicrs.-lrihiton, Male street-ll, Rev. I'. 1. . atsford: 7, Mr. R..Carey. ientleih-ll, Supply: 7, MIr. T. 1. Marriott. (Camden-ll, SupIly : 7. Rel. . F.. Watsford. St. Anlrew's, -31idldh Brihton. 7.145 II.C. : II and 7, Rev. I[. Law 12, )IT.'.; 8....