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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914
Football . TlheInhlosnir is the i'rrorinima: I miatches forthe preimiiership , of the \'ctoriini :.ootball Associatibn "'Northi Mielburne v" Bri; lghtn AWilliamstown i.Prahran :" 1Hawthornri v .ssendon. I ort 'MlleIo ree v.i orthicoteL.. B-lrmisilck .v? Foolscray. . -Briglitos' v., Brnmswick:,: :.;"i?:: • Northieotet vW (illiaimslon., :I PFootsriiv; v. Port Meluoii'ie. i: Praliran v ]lathorn - -_Essendon v. Ž·orth 31 ibournt I :e. 1s oh "?ray v'Brighton.; -r'lrunnwiqk v: - orth Ihlelboturee. ]3ort'llelboiriiyevilnewthorn INrthii,,te . 1Prehiraii Willianistown. , oFse.don. I sclndoo } Briabton. Whillianistow v v. ort Melbourne. llwthorniv., Footscrny. Northcote De-?'- lri ic'k, Briihtonu ht Iilaoh'ori.- . - Prahrai . ;'o t lelbouirne. Foltscray: v EseBndon.' Brinswi.lk I Willimsoit,?" North Melbiourne U. Northcote. ar~ 113 1riihran "liri ' . r tisi Willia'nisitioun. nootoscran. NorFtlieotmi V i~-'e.dofi. .llathorn .North lblelbouiie': IrBr?i.swick "? ?orU " : lb0lore. :e , ·::· Zhj.:...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914
Contractors and Householders Can get all Requirements in TIMBER, Hardware and Household Requisites. - See ounr Display of Garden Hose at Prices.to suit everybody.? F: ly-proof Doors, complete, .10/6 Fly proof Window Screens, 2/9, 3/3 Lawn ,Mo?Ier, New Clipper, 201-:. Wide Split Palings, 5ft., 20/-, . Gft., 25/- per 100. Trellis, Laths, Linie, Plaster, etc. Paints, Oils, Colors, Paperbangiugs Eliectric Wire Drawn Lamps, Icandescent Mantlei and Globes : at - 'Webster's S==_,, --- - .,--,=i i LSTERNWIOK ; And BROADWAY, 'OAKLEIGH. - Z C79 9CHAP -I-T. °" , o PRA GIPAN. 0 o * Ofpp 4rode 00 S ciEWELLE. GEN Y, . SREPAIRS - G.Moni GUARANTuoD. CIHARMAN RD. H 6-roomed Weatherboard Yilla. and Conveniences. Built in any £450. From £50. Deposit, Suburb.. __-_, or Cash. Send for Plans and other Designs. Fame Terms. - Land Wanted all Suburbs. Send Ni particu Nicol, iller & Co., Architects, Builders and Contractors, 125 Swanston Street, City; and Northcote. I 'Telephones-7563; Northcote 149....
WITH THE JUNIORS. ELSTERNWICK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914
WITH Tli JUNIORS. 11ELSTiLI?WIOC'K CLUB. ?The'Elsternwick Football Club's an nnal smeetin ov ' Tuesday was imarked b'yn much enthugiasmi consequent upoil the club bein, admtitted to the Jlet ropolitrtan Association, which repre sented aniothlr advance in the pro resos of the cll,. MrA. A.. Adlami . president, occupied the chair, and there wias a IarLe attendance. The annual report stated that dur iitt the last three yvtari the club had tIen runners upl twicen in the Melbourne District Association. anil last seLason dlefeated in the semni-inatl. A gratifyi istt feature of this team's play Hwas the hijgh standard it set for all that was best is the gtame. The club had ieen selected against Briuhton Juniors
[?] BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914
A practice mati:ch will be pleld this aft'erii.nn on tile Bench a -round, coil a nd biun he htobtuined friin llSy Siftlie :-tAL ieemel s la? lls' ",li?illil's; ti?s n n1 prepared, andl :wiill-he reedy A ,Jieetiiin of he, lady nsipeiters conii'ened for 'Illhursday; iiezi. ti range details for an.bditre· nria T "During the neck sivtral. of luet sea son's players, as- vell u.s iromisif rei ruits fromn other- ulistricts.:ti'tejiled Iel trainel iidri e colli? eligof - runibull. :i.
MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914
Tb.L?ainnual 1ii-;u.tiL oI thL Mentone SCliui;.b ,heldn::' u,6ionday at Petersons Cafe;'. wasY'nitendied by a large gather ing ' of local residents, which should pro'e .a great encouragement to the committie.: The balance sheet sub mitted, slioulved n credit of £1 13/9. 'l'ie officers- for :the new season are --'resident, Mr. II. Price; secretary, SIr. R. ,laskell.: committee, Mlessrs 1eterson, : ?litchell, ]iycs, Simpson. and Brrovs;- delegate,,' r.r As hby.
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914
lfED1tII U SSOCIATION. i :Tihe idjouriicld moi in?eit ??,tig of the Assooeition wds s.lield at Gregg's Ho tel, i:'loorabbit. on~x iTe-:sday.- Mr' MIackny ('Presidelt) :,cciquied 'the d?hir. Mr.. 0. R. 'Snowliall j;3i..:.Yt: aicepp ted position: - as paLtroniolthe chlui and iorwitrded a donatioii of £CI 1-.ii ' Ihe ci Scretnrv ailmotinced" that St Kild?l club haidl donated £2 2/- aiid 13rightonc dull £1"11-:' \o AiFILIArION'MITI 'LEAGUE. Slie I lack ']Jeickl Club proiiosed that the. "ssociation naffiliate .Witli the Lea~lie , IHr. IuHarey (club's delegate) said " lthat in the event of an appeal eagainst a dccisioli on a:', protest itias alhiav admisabld ,to hiO?e a: hiheir that oin yeiirs ngo. the 'eaimteteoiild sit :nieiee' to tlie anliliatioi unless the Association'. truck'oiit the rule pce eatli eIb e l g .it rc - 31r, :3l'Curt eptlitiined that twi o years 'o whcelie'n ther wereti ailiated with the \Viitorna' Association anI anneal 1to thit hibdy '?'wat. referredbhack.+ Under ithe...
Swimming. SANDRINGHAM SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914
Swimming. SAXDRtINGHAM SCHOOL. The' annual swvimming competitions in connection with the Sandringham State '`School were held on Wednes day. week at "the local baths. The pupils entered into the competitions with much, spirit, and showed great proficiency in swiiming, floating, and diving. The head teacher, Mr. Gillespie, de sires' to thank the members of the school committee, Messrs. 'McGuighn and' Dickason; also Mesdames War ner and Gravenall, who assisted him and his staff to carry out the pro granuuo of events: also Mr. Groves, Mr. and" Messrs. Solomon who rend ered valuable assistance. He also de sires to thank those parents who have supplied so many handsome prizes. Girls'. Champion Race.-- " i,:e Harland 1, Rita Brdmley 2 .;othy Gibbs 3. -Age Race 13 years).-Annie -Iarlnd.;1, ' ., Naunton 2, Bes sio. Buchanan' .. A' A :Race (1? to 13 years). -- Rita 13roinlen!i', Ruby Gamel 2. :. ''AgRaco .(under"12; years).-Dorothy Cibbs 1 Blessie .Iobson 2, Inez Ams den 3. .., Beginners', R...
Auctions [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Auctions 1' I I daV, u1pril Stld -A. Scott & o . 'tL crv rn(nd, Onklcighs, dairy hos ls land islfleIInenCtS, on *! f Jlr. J. Coehlrnne. -.s...€1,MM- 3I oritK 't next, S nu lrll ii &, wam 'Ii "Iturldai, Inmrmmislbngs, IlBnslield t. ,ndringha11. 31n1 lr' Ap il _ d ( s,, .3r. V. J'. I'nirlall iarnitnre; J. a1id, Sand nd"hus,11( h'aimnhesdvvg ?6th, start Id immpleostcS, , Keys rond, Mloornb I.i,..
CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
CAULFIELD. I' Satiurday, 1Iarch 11-, a disturh tuiec ccucrrel in lawtlhoirn roiadl, adimt 11 u1.1., and at the ('aullield ori,-t ý,strda ,I llal Arnett. dairy i hisu sI lietb:n, and stepson lilli ,n. ucr , cLha I d witlhl insulting ý'rvcart !':uikin prusu:etle.. titd the "tiJ'ml ia" sh ted tlht the disturlunco n:.+ a itiiily iluarrel. The two iyoung ·wh.?n anitt,,I Iein"ti uuidr the iullu r of driuk at the time. Ina.i. ('ult .tated he was in Irin ! d,,1. ,,1 the opposite side of the trvl nluI, hl harld ia ?mnian call .t "Th-i are killing mny husband." II' .,,r t ro -' and sat'aw Willinmn Ar ytt Iviln- oni tlhe rounld with several , amwliii- ovir him. Witness pi',ed him up andl, took l?tn away. I,.0 d l e Arncet stated that hle had tI;: 'in ,o drri nkI into the hiuuoe, aind i\ hald uIinedl i hbottle of stout, lat his trite faiinted, lHis step lro i:i ?-Pln to her asaiattance, but. wans idrju I oftf l witlcss aiml his father. i't-i'l \tillium pickedtl up a piece of ir ln :Iu threa teu...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
CII El:UENTATM. \t ie cort on WedIicsdav liaro'hl ,trvern., otherwise Harold Charles n". .ite harlured with nassaultiug 1:1; leinous. of ('hel.en, a girl of 12 ??ar. of ne. Sergeant 3Ilurcutti s: ai, the irl" complained at Iiihett nto a _entleman that defendant tried r,, pliefa her ou hi klinee and kiss licr. and he was taken out of the rain ant'lentleigh by Mr. Mioore, as sistant S.41., until Constable Shields came along, and the girl gave him in dl . As there was. uo appear ,, if the ,irl at. the court the ,Ia- a- struck out. -*] ** .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Dress 6oods. that Delight 3agnifient Enthubsiasm! Unparalleled praise is betow ed by all who have reviewed llen's Clhre New Goods. ' They solve the problem of eupplying something beautiful -saomething unusual-something lasting-and berng bought at most advantagdous prices, they are now priced surprisingly low. = Newiest Goods Now Showing. - Donegal Tweeds, newest effects in grey, brown, and green,2 5I yard. - Minerva Serge, in indigo dye, 42-inch, 23; 54inch, only 2ll1 yard: Fancy Tweeds-to be rery popular-tan, sale, grey, fawnp;also Striped, Milton; at Allen's only, l ll yard. NEW SILKS-Silk Pailette. maroon, saxe, grey. pavy, royal blue tango,' black, ivory, 2/11 yard'; black men'., 118} yard. Men! Men! Don't Miss These! NEWEST DRESS ACCESSORIES for Men at a saving at Allen;s. Pyjamas, comfortable cut, good patterns, well sewn, 3 11 to 7 . | Men's Sample Braces-Manufacturer's Best Sample Line to clear'at prices-' - from 75d. to 211. Fashion Shirts, single stiff or doable soft cuffs...
Police Courts BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Police Courts -..@e-- BIIGIITON. tt tie Brighton Court yesterday before the layor (Cr. Wilson) and r?t Iltlll"Su oII, i .S'.*, L1. I ,itse =i "aite was charged with behaving in a5 indecent manner on the Brighton 1etch station on Sunday. February S. le'idcnce was given by the railway otlicials that defendant was standing in the porch and committed the of ,cnco lifenodant, who pleaded guilty, said he ias !,ler the influence of drink at tl11 time. A tlne of "20/- was imposed, with Ii/- tosts. .tot',ph I'rancis Poole was proceeded ,ainst Iby 'Thomas O'Shea for be haviln in an insulting manner in Bay Ma)e I)ulf, 30 Asline street, Brigh ton, said that on Friday. March Gth, in company with Mr. O'Shea, she um in lay street, whent Poolt came ti and said to Mr. tlh... +Why did you not bring our fat awith you? You are keeping." my wife away from me." De icnn:-t atsmtued a threatening atti tude. t',platinant g' ave corroborative Ihi .id':ur l .'id lihat fretuentlyv 'lSht mert him in the street,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Sirst aanidoremost. : Robinson. Butcher N Br' ~. rghton. Tel. 245. Established:i Jl@ Educational. E SPERANCE GTIRLS' SCHOOL, 1 NORMANBY STREET, *(St. Kilda Street Electric Tram), MIDDLE BRIGHTON. Principals Miss ?cMillan and Miss M. G. Ta;ylor SM.A. FIRST TERM .TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10th. PROSPECTUS ON APPLICATION, SAmusements. A M 3USICAL EVENING FREE. Aý TOWN .HALL, BRIGHTON, TUESDAY, IMARCH 31st. BIBLE SOCIETY'S ANNUAL IIEET ING. COMBDINED CHOIR 60 VOICES,.under Conductorship Mr. Fredetick C..., Nicholls. . The LORD BISHOP OF BENDIGO, Speaker. Soloists: :I1RS.. IIURITCHINSON, M ISS DORIS GRANT, - MR. ERNEST. MACE, nd M3R. FRIEDERICK C. ;NICIIOLLS. 1AST BRIGIITON FREE LIBRARY A Euchre and CriBlcage Tour nament will be held on' Monday even ing 'hile the Lilbrary is open.' Eni trance fee, 1/- E]itries close 1Monday; April 6th. sANDRINGHAM USTATE SCHOOL. PROPOSEI) TESTJMIONIAL TO "MR. JAS. GILLESPIE;, Head Teacher., Residents and old scholars are in vited to attend a meeting in the Suln~...
BOWLERS' FETE. £60 FOR IMPROVEMENTS. TO BRIGHTON CLUB'S PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
BOWLERS' FETE. £60 FO11 1I1'iOVE3IEN'rs. 1O0 lRIGllTON. CLUB'S PLOI'I"ETi. The Brighton Bowling and T'fnos Club s Fete anl Gvnllhalu ill te .lub's grounds. in Male street 1.1t Saturday- was very successful fron both a sod al and financial point .1 iew. : ,LThere was a fair aticnitince' afternoon and evening, and the st:f1 holders, side-show managers, iand co.m letition promioters did good busine-. Tie lion. wV..A. Adamson, L.lC. (Honorary. -Minister)! and 3lrs. .\lm. 0on, were welconmed by the club pr,-i :lodnt (Cr. W. P. Franois) ancd Mrs. Francis allnd the Mayor and 31a ltr.s, (Cr. and 'Mrs Thos. Wilson). Thl, President formallvli introduced rll. Ci unlson 'and utinlairked thait the Ichi t of the fete was for ilmprovements ti the club's building and property, awlri to increase the facilities of mtenlti'r.. adnd niot for the pullrpose of liftig debts. . 3lr.- Adunslon, when declarinFg n fete open,. said that it was Lenerlt kh" reconllised tlhit recreltion wass hi,',, sary to everyb...
Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
eaulfield eouncil. Th ordtinary meeting of the Cau1 field Couhncil on lTuesday. was delayed for .oer 30 minutes, owing to *a siuornsi of isemiiers ioyi hbeing .i::e"-e sent. .":he councillors who attended vefo thui ;Mayor (Cr. 'llurphy)i Crs. ]giplestoy :`llall, Kini and Thomson. Under the provisions of the :Local Governnimtit& ct, the meeting should lapse if ~the minutes of the previous neetiing were not read within lialf an hour of the time arranged, viz., 7.30 o'clock, b?rut : the' difficulty was -bliated :lv tlie .lanyor. who declared the clock t'o he fast. Cr. Murray put in an appearance a few minutes later, and saved the situation, whilst Cra. ITyner and. Fiske afterwards took their :eats.; Leave of absence was granted to Crs. Dunbar, Charles, and Kitchen. LICENSWIG FEES.' The- Under-'lreasurer sintinmuted thut the covuncils bproporiion ot tihe icen-_ sing fees amounted to ??it1::. IOW bN'(.111th. S'1iOLIDAXl'..': ' lr. Joswett was granted'four weeks' hotinays.ant 'tr....
BRIGHTON DISTRICT COMPETITION. ANNUAL EIGHT HOURS' DAY FIXTURE. TO BE HELD ON ELSTERNWICK DISTRICT GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
TIO. ANNUAL EIGUIT IIOLUw' DAy S IlTUIfE. TO BE IELD ON ELSTERNW L CK DISTRItC GREEN. IDelegates represctiing Brighton, .i sternwick Listriot, Sauilrin.han, and Cheltenham imotin-the Briighton pa lion on Wednesday ecening to anria, for the annianl two-rink ,auns l twcln rtiireseritatives of local delif Cr. W. 1'. Francis, the lirichtot r ident, occupiod the clhai. The tournament, originally snu?,? by the "Southern Cross," ani in,, lhich Mir. O. 11. Snowball, 1.1., gate Irophies, was first Ih.Ii thll( years ago, and w1as iyon by Mc nt,,+ T'he same club 1 on again in tie icl lowing year.. Ii. the third year. hb-, Ifrightol won, the cclptace of a trophy offered by Pnrliamcnntarim:i .r advertisers vwear tubowdl i 'I.B.A. circles, but it wile dl?al ',at the matches were so keenly c?ont-t?el ind to enijoyable, that thcer shioulll continued for a trophy siufleril! Ih. the clubs. At Wednct day a mootingt the sh clubs I tlhat comlieteIl last v'ia ce nomicated, no repl y being recir-Il from E...
COOL THE MILK QUICKLY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
COOL T''IlE l[LK QUICKLY. MWhen milk is allowed to cool nasUr ally, it will sour in a much iquicker tiyue than if cooled after heini drnwn from the cow. The longer the timu which elapses between the milking and refrigeratiunl, the shorter will Ie the ieeping prluopertics of the milk after it ise cdoled. This is ne'iuditced for by tlhe fact. that milk is soured by\ bac teria, and they grow in warm milk at a iverr ralpid rate. l3ilk sours quick est at a, te,mlyrature of about 9tl0 de,. to 100 deg. Fahr.. but freshly-drawn iilk, whilch is at 101 detr. Fnhr., soon falls to the temperature of the atnos phlere.
Bowls. SANDRINGHAM CHAMPIONS. Winxrs of "B" Pennant Rink Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Bowls. SANDRI\GI L1E [ CH1P0l.?'OSM W'inbers oi?"B" 'B Pennant Rink T; . nament. The Sandrinighaliii Club ..,,u thl \ B.A. rink =:chimpiofship for If" le nlait teamnie onn Thursday, ~hLc tl v defeated 1aliern lleIgnts by 21 tall The Win ,:uas ileeisive, Su'nri:h,?,' lending ?ihroiugbhout, the sOore. I.in, 11 to 4; and -`2't-o S nt cnt im stages. Th teams were : Bronil, Wooldrd, Belven, Ii;.a . den'. :I L. Parker, W'Parlker, Lr.lu hrt Gili' i ............' - 11 j- **Gj*-
GROWING MANGOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
GRIOWIlG ANGOLDS. In choosing the situation for man golds a sunny aspect should be selec ted, as they love the warmth, an& well-rooted will withstand heat as well as drouLht much better than tur nips. 3langolds are not subject. to blight like the turnip, and on this account are invaluable as a standby iiin cse of a failure in th1s turnip crop. When namnuring for umaniolds, the farmer could greatly improve the yield of his crop by adding a little nitrate of soda, which can be applied with or ait the time of seeding or an a top dressing. The course to be takeli, however, nust be determined anc 'cording to conditions, the chief of which" being the nature of the'land. For instaince, if land is of an open, poroiis nature, the method of applying it .as Ia' iop-dressing at comparatively sliortiintervals is probably most eco iomical, as there is little danger of tlihenitrate being washed through intod the` subsoil before the plants have a hiinice. to 'make`use of:it. But .on land of...
THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
THIE CIIUlRCES. Church of England. services,: =Al Souls' Sandrisughina-8 1a IICt. . , 11, the Vicar; , ':childr 's?ser'vice,'. the Vicar ; 7, .-Rev. H. F. GossTh. holy 'Trinity, :linptoin.L-11i, litev II. F. Goss, ''h. Schol ;. 7, lMr: G. P. 3Biggs. St. Agnes, Black Rock.--l, Mr. J. S. Faucr; .7.30, Rev. HIy. 11. J. .Nor wood, Th.L. St. Andrew's Church of England, Middle Brighton.-7.45 a.m., II.C. 11, 1ev. A. Law;. 7, Rev. A. Law; S.30, linal at Leach. Baptist Church, Blay street.-11, M3r. It. L. Walters: 7, Mr. C. F. Crosby. Methodist Circuit.-New street-ll, Rev. S. Adamson; 7, 11ev. A. McCal lurnm. Mill street--1, Rev. A. McCal lum i 7, Mr. Jewell. Were street-11, lev. T. Edwards.: 7, Mr. Parsons. Sandringham-11, Mr. Kirkland: 7, Mr. Ashby. 1Lampton--ll, Mr. Par. naby: 7. Rev. S. Adamson. Garden vale-11, liv. T. R. Reed; 7, Mr. Parnaly. Male Street Methodist Circuit. - Male street-ll, Mr. Edwards: 7, Rev. F. Watsford. Bentleighl-11; Rev. F. J. Watsford; 7, Mr.- Edwards. Cam den-il...