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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

What d. ugs at NOW- ------ Aro tho great Uat?e of Oppor tunilty thrown wide open to / v'luo-6d, doce the work of 1' y'U~Of|-olt llnOiiey iitI'md.]hld inl $- ?: ' In overy inetaneo-th, work of 1/6 and ; iu other italtcnc?s, Men, WomenIcu Hiere are Seeo Allon's Gd. Window, bril. liantly & heavily stoecked with A A Fla.oy Good, T'loys, Music, Books, hible,, .Fancy Work Hao purchaei n Matoriala--all done unp in lots 1 worth 1/, but marked at; id, i PW of 1/ Soo this Sixpcnny W'indoiw at Allon's - Sco Money-Saving ': Opportunities . .Opp. Post Offioo, iW AuUn oElsterinwick W. i. N cho1son bega to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Distd)sa that he hx Opened a Store t Glen luntly (Lato Wlunaoy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockory, and Ironmongory The Pavor of your Patronage is respectively Sollcited GOODS DELIVERED DAILY.' STOR6?--Brrlghton, 81stertwlck, Balaclava and (len Huntly, W. H, NIeRJOILSN?N, grocer, Wine & Spirit 0...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SHOCKING STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

A 8II.O(CKNO 8I'A'rEMEN'l'. Mling 1) Pink (triing to g?t the convetatnnio into oI plCearaI t lrt ove) - " wa ;o dLhocklied whil, leaning Muh o ol't ? buook to day, Mr. Itlh ull ' "Oh indeed l" naid Mr. BaIIshfulo. "flow wlv,?, that ?" SWe ll , ho? vs hat in Aiei-riea th girls'I do I ho 1rpoi'Og "I) " vlli, dit 't they ?" "Of i'ourt,' (it Juli'l i 'ontei mpil tibll of him to prinltlitch a sIlli ulder '." t" tf ita, lot t irue . . t ('ery \ Whyy y self-respecting girl woluht di tleor lhod lhtl a man know uvh loved him." "1 laln very ;olr y for that, because I never could luclk 0h mj ll'ly eut nago to roposO oa t;irl," "(Couldn't you ?'" " WV eil, unllte'r lho e cIir? ' t;polm nes ........ i " Ylu kiow," iitmrrult'ed Mr. lialihfutl, " I f'ol uory blue to hiu a ,irl would rather uhie thmn- tloIu to lot iou know mihe uvainmdc to nin'ty no." " Oh, (hrimrgm" "fei. I -.1 think I'll go homiO, (lood bye." " Oh I oh i oh! I)on't to yet. I .-I love you, George. Goodmuews I nearly lost you. Bit ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

SGeorge W. McGill PRAC'TICAL TAILOR, VICTORIA BUILDINGS, No. 2 First Floor (take lift), 80 Swanston SI, Lielbourne PORTMAN 8''RIEIEr OAKLEIOII, LADIES' (ThSTUMES A SPECIAHLY Fit 1 and Style Guaranteed, Telolhonuo 6748 Contral, WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO Establshed 188, Good Work, Economy, ? Telephone-- 4"~' Promptitude. Wiuidor tlr. Sults to Order, Trousers, 45s. to 5,. su,(UW . 6d. to 158. Clothi?e~ s, Hllat:ters, NIercers, 155 CHAPEL STREET, WSTllE0 A Careflully selected ?tock of Nc?w, Fashionaole Woollens ,ats aid Mercery by every mail Cutl and Make, the Late:st Satsfaction gua~,atec Patterns, &c on application. J R. BRIADISIl, Manager, IPrahran's Leading Dentist. E. TATTERSON, IDe1aJi k4aureoMgj, 162 GrHevWe St, Prahran TELEPHJONE, 9,1 WINDSOR. ITBLIS11E) 1898. Get Buasy and Get that 3 Dicenson & Fosteir AUCTIDNEER & ESTATE ACENTS, 99 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR., .LIPIOfO , WIN I)SOR Il, Ilavo handed tho auil of £3 to a well-known 1'rihraniii gelemnl, who will haP...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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MEN FOR FOOTBALLISTS AND BAND CONTEST MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

iueI la Il~nln, houw cu~yo ul injured ? 1~ilii WLI3' lleCi~lL)t 21" L )Halue~th~ini finl on you 1" "\Vha~t w\·~; ii: "Vio Wlut i~ai of t1il LIsblili teanI. w~ng Coiupianinant --''~ ilb arppliedl anl approjulate~ " lie coleud lIlae u iyiiip; li0)lrluldoi i' COnltlaldiet y'OU It IIIOY~ hanve beanl altiro' for 31(1 111\111" bootjnci;, r'olibla ?''~ tinlal I Alnt ht-- Plvtwtt (ll, tleo Yoll 91)' " ti u.

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

CtHUlR'll 1 00,1(1 I 0?, All Soulc ', andlriii|hnin,---ll, aorn ing prayor mid 11.0., u, .I'y, 1. J Norwood, 'h.L,; 7, Mr, 1'. . BIigg', .liol'IyTrinily, . llamplto n,--S n.m. lII. .; 11 and 7, .iov. I1, .' (. oas, Th.Schol. tt. A?res', tlaick Hock,- 11, M?r. Farrer ; 7.30, lov. ]ly, 11. J, Nor wood, ThI.L (.'huch of l';ngilald iervieo,?.---Clui tenham,- 11, ir. ('hnluiberlain , 7, Nov C. (.'rottyv. l)ingley--ll,15, Rov, |L, Crotlty 7.15, r, Chalumberlain. Aloo ralibin--:.15, liev. C, C'rotty, St, Andrew's, llihdlle Brilitoiin,- 11, Rev. 1 .lynelih, lA., 11.1).; 7, lev, F. Lynch, M.A., 1.I).; liwichl 8,;10. Bltptist ('huTch, Bait, strO-l. -ll, AMr Auibrey Williams; i7, Mri, ,. O. Clack, Union Church.--3, lov. W. ,I, I,. Closs, RA.; 7, I r,. lR. rown, Ilack Rock ('onirlopolital,--ll anl 7.30', Iov, I'eginhald Turner. 'Prenlhyt criana.- 'holte i hti -M ninn - Mr, ,., h I, S li)pard , ovnoing, liev, l, 11, Ilewit l. I'etlone,,- lo rning -. -I v. ,l. IIl. lhwitll eveing, Mr. ,J. An (tli...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MIGHTY WINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

MIGHTY WI, Q)}. A surpristlng featurle ol lwl'ns avalanch as is tile blast of \ind-- the "~Iawhine? D)unst"'-?which preccate, the u?ow mnas like a 1nesscngcir of death. In order to ulnderstand the force ol this bla'st \we niust bear in mind that hundreds ol'thousantds of tons of snllow are sutlldetily set in motion in contracted chasms, The air disp;laced before these solid masses acts upon objectcs in their way like breath bilown into a pea-shoo. ter, A woltan was goin?lg to churcl, follow Ing a valley ;path which some of her neighb?ors had taken a quarter of an hour Iefore. An a\valanche---it m:ust have [leen a very small otte--camte (0own1 the rmouttaio. The blast which rushed be fore it was so strciong that it sweplt her from thle road, lifted her into the air, and landed her at the top ofa lofty pine, to which she clung with all the eniiergy of deslperation. 'Ihe snow rushed inder hr and lefl t the pine standing. tier neighbours on their way baclk from chlorch, fouand her at th...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND GRADE. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

SECONDI) GRADE. TO-1)AY'S MATCHES. Brightonl Presbyterinna will givo 'Trinity n walk over. ]urlingham v. (onais, St. ,\lory's p, Elelerniick nIotlh. dists. Sandr?ighmn PlLesbytervins a hye. SAT'UIJ)AY'S {A\MES. IHoly 'ITriity gave (Congs. a walk oveor as thy ver c ul'n bllal] to arrangoe a tonni Brighton lProshyterians gavo Ilur° linghani i wi'lk over. ELST'lINRNWICK M THIIO1T)ISTS 09 ((arr 51, Edglrton 13; W. hant li\ve for 2:, ,iarbot, four lor 31) and four for 51 (Edgerton 1t, ('lhaidwiek 17; \V. i'lotu Iwo fir 7), har SANlI IfN'lll,.\3l 1' ltIES[1Y'.tI AN , 112 und 2 (tW. Ienr 8: iltonclry live 1(ot' 13, Ihnvhing auir for 19) Iby ix whil.,ts zmu f'ou' I'uns, I'1. A1ARl\''S 138 (Smith 55, (lem oeaer 51; Singei four for 3', Iones tIlth'(e f'or 29), beat l dUlT'I'ON ('ONIS. 52 and three for 89 (Coitrill 51 no,; ('lIimeng?er Itwo for 18) by ;( ' ull s oln b'Iist innings, POSITIONS, W\. 1.. 1). Pt:? St, M\arx"s ....,..,.,,. 10 1 0 20 Iturlingham ..,......,...... 8 3 0 16 Trinity .......

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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FICTION AND FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

FI'LT'IOS AtND FA'T. 'There is rarely a circunistance or char. acter invented by the inagination that does not lindl its parallel in real life. A yeaCI r 0or moe ago, a wri ter dlescribed in a story the advenittres all vicissitudet s of nit erring lad \Who iii away froiti home to follow the sea. liThe tale was purei liction, andi the iiaunhor invented for hirs; young sailor, a nameli unlike any he had everheard. Soon after the story was !uhlished, its aulthor received l pathiete letter ftom a sorrow'ing miothller, s;ayiig the sailor boy in the story wa'i her only lson, and beg. ging fnor hi s add t eis. " Tell him, s.he wrote, if lhe will only collse home wivll fiorglet and folive all the past I am alone in the wotld, and if my dear son will but returni to me I will bet happy againl. It was hard to write to thiit loor moth. er that ithlie sailor boy of the story, whose name, adi ventures, and life, so. closely resembled her sotn's was but ii atgination. " While addiessiig a jury in ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Cricket. B.D.C.A. FIRST GRADE. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

B.D.C.A. IIS'T' G1IA1IE. ''O-D?)AY'S NI'rATCIIS. (Chellenhanm v. El',ndiale, Sundringhtun v. A..N.A, Conce, v. Trinity. ][ighett \', Ilnmpton, SAT~I:l l . Y 'S ?A..?[1IS. :11 ,11T 11i'., Iboat, 'RIINI'T1Y 62 (, aoor 16i, Ilmmiionl I1; 1'Carthiy thrce for :11, Ih'own fouLr for 1.1) and ti' forS'I (( ri ?I, 11 n,o., lllun1inond 33; ,rm\'w live for 30) by 92 rnii on ilrstl ililings?. EIN;,IXI)ALtI,' 127 ((I, Roberts 58, ('arher 19, SiiiOluIt:' d1,; Ke.onnedy Itihrel f 11, I(N onIe five for .10) l ieiit IliSTl3N WI(I \,N.AN 116 ind 15 (KnlIC1y .31, IIart 26, Enuniiterion Ib. iH .lim vel fIoor 21, P. Ellin tw\o for 16) by 11 _ruii. oii firet ihiixiogs. 1II(III'TON IN.(S, 172( (Admi Os02, Ihadbury 5I, ley 23, ,ivor t 17 ; An dcrson i li'co for 57, 1Vihton two for 15, Adiiis Iwo for I1), boat lIAMP TON, .153 alI 196 (M'Indoo 5(3 no., lProailnIdbu 31, 'latlchell 311, Wili 3i2, Aier?oin 21 Io. ; itj y threo for 30, "dwarils Iwo for 72, by 19 r11103 Onl first iindhl' , 'hel!.ouhiihn ?liVI dan...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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THE PLUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

THE PLUMBIER, AN EPISO)DE OF A RAPID THAW, The dirty snow was thawing fast, As through the London si'ccts there passed A youth, who 'mid snow, slush, and ice, Exclaimed, "I don't care what's the price. A Plumber." His brow look'd mad, his eye beneath Was fixed d and fierce-he clenched hii teeth, While here and there a bell he rung, But found not all the shops among, A Plumber, He saw his home, he saw the light Wall paper sopped--a gruesome sight, He saw his dining-room afloat, He cried, " I'll give a fi'pun' note A Plumbet I" " Pa ain't at home," the maiden said, When to the plumbel's house he sped. He searched through London low and high, But nowhere could he catch or spy A Plumber, Next morn, a peeler on his round, A mud-bespattered trav'lcr found, Who grasped the " Guide to Camden. town " With hand of ice-the page tunpl down At " Plumbers." They brought a parson to his side, He gently murmured ere he died " My house has (loated out to sea, I am not madl-it's not' D.T.- It's Plumb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

'irst and Foremost,.1 )110 1101clie l, Ne'iv rlgw lito u. --~~~~-- ~ ._I- Pe~~JWI lq ~jb-u1Brighton.--·DI·IYIESf Tel. 945. Established Im@ "SOUTI.IIIE N (/t)S6 " 10IN\0 IO. ' ", , 3/(1 per 1000. Bioyolcs &O 1For Sale. [LCYC'LE, Indy~'s, in gioodl or~der, Satulrdayg, 1, O)liveri, T'ootni road, Auctions. O1 Itho PIQreisesu. A(l11o'lock sharp,. "INC: LEN E~U'K," K~OOUNANGI RUM1), Chi~N E1E.I~ REA~L1SINU sAli.s OF2 suPeliO Rl 'I'n~eit.IV, 2 (inafortahblo I ~0ffl~o 8i(Il)olW~ eic, 8tt . Exst nsiniti I ti iinl4 TlIl'cll, I' t iis-lls tISS M nih~jla ny 8 it e in~ Lecnt her,, ( 'eliir nl (lust 01n sEt (t'lnss sidling d~ooris), .1 II. I ose!, AI'1 I~I I: I E his i'eeuivctld illS 'I roe Iionsu to 8E~L~ll byv AUlJ'I(t>,N its itbovo (ho auctionnri, U lon 1it ntly road, El+ idterniv\ick. SA'IURI)AY, ?Al.UI.1 2$. IEALISI1NG SALE OF SULPERIOI? VILLAS, On thl Pr'cmisr s at, the Underi'nlntion. od Times ,: CAll N IE,1 - , 3 o'(loAk. ''"Milfordl," +',I Eldgowoold st.ret. (3li, minut.es ('e...

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SAM WELLERISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

SAM \WE LlTIRS MS. " I'll give you the slip," as the greasy asphalt said to the cab horse,. "They that get the least of it a ie the best -served," as the ipauper remarked then he tasted the workhouse skilly. "Oh, Nanny I wilt thou gangl wi' me?" is the gipsy sang when he fonind the goat, "'Thyme works wonders," as the lland lady observed when she Ilavouled Iup the old Ilshled inuttoi0. " First llround tlo ie,"' as lthe greedy boy said when he sa\l thle Iuttered toast. "She is the ite;Lie.t rellion I have,' AS the 1dcical student relnllarked when t'reffrlg to his stiOpy aunt. "''Thisis a play upon words," as the ellow observced lthe first time hie wit ncssed an acting charadle. "You Imay draw uponi mte," as tihe slate said Ito th ile lil b y. "Extremes moet,," as Pat Molloy said when hie kicked Timn Sullivan on the head. " You shouldn't 'eat so fast," as the coolp eaid to the titkey. juidi'. " Could you learn tIo love me, hatIliog ?'' Thus he wh\\'isliered wiih a sigh., " Well, I mig...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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BUFFALO-HUNTING IN CENTRAL AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

BUFFALO.HUNTING IN CEN. TRAL AFRICA. A writer in the Allahabad P/ontoe Ifail desclribes 'ome of his adventulte in equatorial Afrtican, where, with an expe. dlition despatlched fuom Egypt some time before the appearance of the Mlahdi, wce :ame (he writes) across an imnmense herd .f buffaloes early in the moruning of the econd day after leaving Foweirn, mov. ng leisurely along tilhe sides and bed of.a )road ravine with a thick growth ol inderwood covering its banks, A tIERD 700 STRONG. It was - impossible to compute their number exactly; but there must have .een at least 500 or 700 of themn, and :he noise they made passing slowly down ;he ravine was not unlike the rattling ol .eavy hailstones among dricd leaves, the :ustling of th'e still grass, the snapping ol nmall twigs aid the crunching of their .oofs on the gravelly ground all combin. ag to make up the sound. What a fian. :ic rush there was when a Snider bullet ,'ent whizzing among them and struck sown a young bulll The whole lot...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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HIS SYMPATHY WAS SPURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

IllS S;MPA''llXY WAS SPURNED. A seedy lookin,, man ent(rlPVl1d a Sixthll Av 01 llilt,? tlln th lllile; 11her o n dll-, ln lisihllg Iy to ilhe bar, \lwhee lira hlictellder 11yed huii talup,,:iusly, he began . '" td m'rl um, I tir. I oal, Gi lhe paper:j contoI Illly. tha o the iu , fly l lrb ' ,S , fimati o U is pre parii, 'o 1 c;m'nlt ilul mailnai r iti rightl as 1 Pomi nhatinli of butlbsin o; mnlll c a)pprelscd by by an infamous Ixclm e b,011. Give lr a lit tl" b iu(lny, Iph l.ni": l Ii e i li d , " ,e d ,"v nothing her;, an lrandy ist 25 jt ItIlls y, " AS 1 hors Fayin,, thia i a hRo ilcountry, al11 lIlu o i del 111 hav - the' r 1gh1,1 ,Us well as other hard laholring people, But they ,on't g 0et th t Sl lt ll 11)1 organll ill, llhly illlst Ibeit oth, I h O1l 1 l y \ho 1l liOtlo s them at1 ''y 0'11 ,il, I thin1 l I take l i c littl , \hilkyi plhease." " I'm vt hero t,? give away whMsky, it , 'os i n oley, aI l it yoU 1I'1 c a .ay for i 1iit, to " tY li ate tlnalIwed ill a 1, ionorab...

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YANKEE YARNS. HE WANTED TO BE AN EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

1Ll \VAN'I.''iS, 10'c 1I" A.N '"11:110o yin: hall iilv flrc\iulI$ ioprwlnl~con ?' n!lClile ·li iL njII 1 . a fin1lloluf 1111 lilf)l)l~ of o(~in'i 01 i.llnlg~' y Iiuti tc1ullflillI, fo ti OltIlatiji (ieCllllllc(l tin ! otuty, I, i~r! t~ I' 1 J1,11111 1i~ 1)1)11 (I 11(1 l OliIIl, irltl(L\ ull Ill t[('1 11111 if:1 ii1 hi~l~lWlilidl cobbler 11I'I fu;L\\cl iv I hall il: aiim cx( rkio 11111(11 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ))111 1 I I irlliluih hnPmpiiiii IiI;, flow1~\ oiiioy ficiaon ant thoin in~ tf'o h~nmnou Wo\'lf, sir, 1 forlgot jinit intor; hotl 1 cinr '\VIIOI 0 v~onl.o know l itha 'mVhy1 Ilil~lOl'\ I111111,I Xci iV'H 101 1~n~ fitrl 0)101111 100S 110 1111000 110111( tilil otlivv fill fiiOO' 1 ~i~,yll Ill1 lr\ ciii l 10(1. \'u wli()l 1111!1 forge tNhrt 0iil ~If filolit cllv on hovut wiiiifi i't. tif II Itill Ill'Hl riiiii) nlg s!i~'lwn \\1 ;· ut1 a~l p·lr iiti ,ono tiI ) q lion ?'~ 11 ( ~ itol :lullng ilo ~l Olilii ot 1111lv 1111 1\~ 1111' 10 1111 fithll :)1 in th! ivik'~l~ll of 1111iic tiiatii ttIjitlli...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Friendly Societies THE PROPOSED BRIGHTON DISPENSARY. ALL LODGES AFFIRM THE PRINCIPLE. A SUB-COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO PREPARE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

flo'ltldly Socisttls tI'lHE ,P'IFUOSI'I) B1Jhl TON DIS. I).'N SARlY, ALL LOI)X;ES AFIIItM 'J.'IlH PIlN. A S Ul"tJ MAllT i'l".',' AIFFOINTE I') TO''() SlELARtlI SCHEIE, A conforinco of rlllttoin Fri'iondli Socialies wval hol( on Tuesday ovon inoig ( ta (ho Centra, o lltl to further consildor thi( plrolpolal to establihl a ,riendly H:'ooMio' I)islpcnuary in nrihton, Icil'V(ls ?(w' o p1r1se l' , frojo 1ho A.O.#., LOlt., .II.AO H.( , S, , I.'A,F,', ?, , ANA,, (),b,T,, flUOO,]!., Druids, ,1.. ,l,0,(.O.K,. U.U,0r,O, .l.(l aMu I,OF. 'l'hTI repotItd thalt all had unaoi molully a(?ssd r(sohluionil atliomningi tli prinhiloh of a diSpounalry. It wat lti Ittill Ihat 1,15, nme:i m ( ber(O would be plac'id on the list, viithout, talting int) IOahlott), t1(0 mml)beIr(l)(l' of theO four wI(um(',1 lodgoS i tihl town, who had also opprovod of thoinove". anenti,. Thist nul'0r \a consldered . Mr. {1ti lory, sle'l'ot ry of Piraihra I)ispoonury, Io h. atlliienlt to imiko 0t ((Vart, adlla 0u bl )t(-)()o i...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

HLACtK iROCK. h.'!, mul H1u:r'ingham cub will he (lIu l I t, t. Au ai iin? m v ll l ( n rii yll)" next. A\n ejoyable e!x'?ninllg i:? assui'' 1(i nIl ',h o atten. l)nhnei.g frm ,', ill 11I pm, Th Ilub 'cnhehlnce trainilnlu thI;( If. tertnoon. Il err ? ,I intendim," phy rS IrI, reIlUeteII d oL , nn:et at \hite's stoIIe C the lI'', h rCfad at 2.13 p.m. --. 4--- ..

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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MIDDLE BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

ni.ht \n \Wedn oday won a ea It sie, ,C'S, aticid w\,ti the uileai.i of LringiiiLn tbo p~layter. tog;etherv. (c, leranis ( r'Iiden( ), was bl..+ eh t(, iljI d, anld the 'chair \? c ,(l)ccipiil b,' 1, \\. "iayers. A musitcal liogainania wan remil(?ved, m)wl ndt<)ytth(,r the ('nto'. tinilnnient \\nluj much(']1 (.lnij)o",(l. The: (lul, reteive'd .n invitatlion to lter the \'jcto'iiii ,Iticor A.\ssuoin ti2F , Ibut thi tc,-J iitl, i wi;;,ly hdcidC id tno c lititue with the dh?'ain anc i 'ain allow r t ha Jiittli(,) tn lIq()., ,ita .iii i t ) ii h vaIIIce to hit' her 8'ad1 fa)lxtall. t t1 o IrIayI tsll(. . ha\il , le iS leecdhl . tlhe thti icItol i o ilhy tl the' elhii.,htion t.':l 't1 111(l oi| th,, (l '-; tut'dttys whec. h1 ., ,in clue1 t ar ti ('iy. hie'i 1 a( t i f iihk i?st iiasmn. lth nletie to eillt htt, thi Ikint, lit hot laylight traiid iii al ll, lrihttn).4lt ( has ( airexel ati allow tht, ,juniors t,) (ra ai with th( , eiv die ~enuiie tliv manjdini t, (. TWr bull. Th...

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MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

('lc t~it ~tch~l(Ied lIv a brite ciili~il jillllt iiid(( lol Cl (dt o 1 11It.~ 'riiao lil~i fId ctim((ci CeiLs-li (lie I eiie~, Ml~ i.~l Ii clueiii~r c eeeiitll1\

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Police Courts BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Police Courts Itl1 i IITON, :1 the Biigii hon l (ilirl " f y terl, hiiyi \Vm, rlnnity, o)f ,t. Idil(I, wa.s ihl tri l (iih uoing i uil tiiik jon. liirn 'iiai t hnIII (I \I( ii it i ,' il1 ii' e i hijlvhl' n ll. 10 ]Patric'k ?]urlhy on NUl(nda", (omlllitll a. i t(I'l i ( ,thl defetiuil atl i , who w13 1uiiu the wnl'uiv of liiui, c:alled at (;riahly',. Ilote'l ~t? 7.15 p),m, (dlil orie f 1t /,ll (it llhisi/). t ,. wni i Irof'lg(;[, ,,ul( beucaune abus~i\ve. 1, ale so? ntie' it o light wiilLil for' fl. ( aLUoferati\ en idel)e. w' gi\n hy ',h I ('in),t Wid (llinsiillh m t ( ieish. feet ,ti nt (l i|' [ th( l h, e. I 1i II(Imill nil('(In Ihv on l.ho Iw a lfo [theI pl)li iii; Vit'th ,n the olistible wie omi ahllsiv toeanrd i hii t lle, A linle of ev/- with l /- lteiesi l ofs im pos?ed, ii A AIlOUS lll". I"'nesit 'hakinu helnourir, oi \lorkhm ,tr('ei', \a2 . ius h llll',,ed \with ui la ifull' 'tml in itde 'tly imo ulti ' t n irm l under i(he. lilo f ten yc o', Th(, ease '\\n,' hlenrI w\ith ...

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