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PETERSHAM'S PERFIDY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
LPE'I lE1J1 I AM' 1 1,F IDY. Anna Maria Selina (Guffhad, like many historical notabilities, two strings to her Cow't- or rather two beau;ix to her string. That fiact stated,1 what more inatural lhan that the rival indisiduals should hate one anothler with a biller nd avcliimonioul ratei'd ? What more probable than that theiir niamels should be Potts and Peter. 511ami ? The beauteous GulT' doted on savage s; ,he certainly loved savages better than he did tPotts. As for Petershanm, though 'e was the favoured swain, his place in Mi ss (,t;ul's re gards was still a trifle lower thanl the savages. " Mr. I'etersharm," said the fair one, on an afternoon when the love-lorn youth 'iad been basking in her smiles to a rlegree which almost rendered freckles a possililiiy, " it's the evening for thie tmis sionary nleeting at Exeter Ilall, and dear )Dr. Mloftle presides. Ilet us go." And they went accordingly. Curious to relate, Potts went also. leh caught sight of Anna Maria Selina and her compa...
Auctions [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Auctions ~' ''\ wliiie'cltny, .\j'ij .til 1 I i.- lt ý * Co.; Vi 'tii'Iuve road ( )ktligh1 l~i hv haord, hui's,'u anl it iiJ)ICIIIQII o It it ( 'Iirit* S llondnlrU nc~sl, :irlltll &lt;&lt; I~:tI))nrJ,,, furnitftnn', l'ttrt'tt st~ ýunclrint hn and ''hnr;tl1 t, fnrtirhi:a, ~atttirlc alloiidiy, April lith,, Mr. V'. P. iiiluII(\1), fain uni tr, I La tiM I'd Stint
THE KING'S LITTLE JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
1VI1, i I N lGlS ,ITTLE. JOIK.E, A Sw;wedihl tatesian recently inveigh e( miv 'lt oicntly in Parliament against ),,':l; arll i~,;.iiQ, Next eve\'lin lin e was lviteld to dine with the king, Nho loves Sj!,. Th.re was only oleomargarine theL h i) ryail ltable) , ;cl the statesillan lihlrlly l rtI:ii ok thereof At the closeof the m iel the kin} aikled himh- " \Vell, ir, howii do you like out bulttlr i?" " It i ex cellent," retplhd the si ates. Mall ; "l he Cr;lltls h:, l'e it and arti Ii( i hbutlter is, ver) ilalked." " But," said the kiig, " that is aitilic il builler I'' 'Tlhe othiier guests roared with laughtler, hut the " old p)arliaimetary ihand "' re lirned, qticli as a flash. " Your Majesty, if one can lei deccived so easily, there is all the imore neced of trict laws against hog us go)dx., ily listeningi to the discourse of th liiooi l with the ioeurvint girl, you'll find luht the tr?nutug'is orti is Ai ri t Ier diniuii u2a?.;k ?,t' ,
Reserve Wanted MOVEMENT AT BENTLEIGH. SUBSCRIPTIONS INVITED. GOVERNMENT TO BE ASKED TO ASSIST. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
srwe aanted4 .MOVEMENT AT IE;N'TLE1il.1 SIIS(C'RlPITIONS INVITE1). UOVERNMENT TO BE ASKIED TO ASSIST, About 3I0 ladies aun guntIlelion in teresti (I in Iht, mallt'r -of tproviding it 'recreattion reseriae for ItlItl'ihlt metL it tho PuIblic Illull (in Mondliiay eve.niln Cr, \V. I'.. IFiiri",~es, ,I, ',, prja sided, nil iiftel' (confiliiirmation of tlie mi inutes the previous illo tilnul, ('r, Mlu'riott nil Mr. T, W'lli sullbinitid reports il lliieltI nri' o(f ,a liliU-oollitliiiti f t |lppoiniitel Lto ' t1 irt.iie at to \xalit , tiulit\l.l, sitei coulid Ibe 8eclild. (Cr' M narrioti t l ;iil he lhud nl tlein try sa estit lii. M oat ownrIs Steimtedl i1l t',idedl w\\11lt til do \ (ih 1l-uirh I uld, .lt itnutt l it Ilahsiilt ly iliiimpossiliel to Itlgalillt l f 'or i Iblock in ,)lnspot riro l, 'lhe owiIntr woul l ioa ( )tll i( ll it C,' i llioil it, 1lo had sowen iMr. W. W\in, who silild that Ihe 'oiamlitinplaltucd disiposing of the wholo of his la(nd ( l ci'l'rvs) in thoe I ui'ir futlu...
REFUGE AND OBSERVATORY ON MT. BLANC. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
REFUGE AND OHSE'RVAiTORY ON MT. BLANC. Mr. J. Vallot, a member of the French Mlpine Club, succeeded in the summer of 1890 in electilng a pernmanent structure on Mt.Blanc, tobeusedasarefugeandobser. vatnry. Pl-uas of a small structure best adapted for withstanding high winds were drawn, and tlie building was con structed at Chmluounix, The house was then taken apart, anld each timber was marked properly, so that the parts could be put together readily on the mountain top. One hundred guides volunteered their serAicAi to carry the parts of the building to the point fixed upon as thi site. The dismantled structure was tied ipi) into III loads, and the work of trans. portation was beoun. It was a tedious unldertaklin carrying the heavy pack ages up the ascent, Three days were consumed in conveying each load to its (leestination. 'The work commenced on June 15, and on July 31 the last section of the building and the last of the ninety packages of scientific instruments had reached the si...
Council Loses. MOORABBIN SHIRE V. ABBOTT. SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Council Loses. ?1(l1) 11Ot Ill N S1111I1 \'. A;\IhB T)1t ', IPECIAL 1,?MPRIVIME1NT The ]liglh (oullrt Iha; dmissned the 1I1lln1 of the hMoorabihl 'Shiro ('oiln cil tgainst the Jeri ion of (he `tato hottt, n s execitot for 1tiiil lit ltiock T hie t i r't('1)1 V ou t tl' (t 'it w et Noola) hi( before lir. Justice IIlnd rs btty tIr, Ah both, who lsked for it de(larntioh th ht the io i ( (til were not, entitled to mi11 it ? hrlget upon tho ilnd, tolt for tii l illjll tioni ti o restrai the mull 'iil litl from e(llfrt (,tl ' ('It 1ih - iln rb.lspel t ho 'proposed road I?tru-\l tion oerhget. The shire Ctouncil had dteidtd to coInIstenet S IitIW (,tre enlt"o0l1(l Royal Av`le,,',, and untice.9 lind heon served up)on 2lrI' ihhott, whose property a, atted on the road, hut omer which. he h111d 1o right, otf e l'ringc wII . '(T 'lit Clouncil conteuded thlt as .r. Alibbott did not objel t'l \ itinl, the I 'in ie s)eci tot. by theo ActWI he ait i ittt d his lil Jility for his bl, Iornion of the )...
Police Courts BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Police Cou ts Ai tho Brighton Court, yesteordal beforo tho Mayor (Cr, \Wilson) and hr. A, I th mson, I s,'., I, i.en o, wvaito was charged with be!hav\'ing in an indecont manner on the Brighton~ Beach station on Sunday, .lllFebruary 8?. Evidonco was given by the railway oflicials tha, (ldefeadalntt was standling ina the porch and comnunitted the of fence. l)ondantl,, who pleaded guillty, said he was uIler t he inlueice of drilik at the timeo. A fino of 20)/- was impon)ed, with 10/- costs. Joseph F1rancis Ioolo was proceeded against by' ''homnas ()'Shea for ho having in ahi insult lin nrnmner iun Bay street, Mary I)ult', 30 Asling st reiet, lh'igh ton, Haid thatolm, .1'midnay, Mularchl ~.ith, in company with Mih', O'Shen, she \U s sho5 t)iinl il ]tay st,'et, wthe, Poole cnm noup and said to Mhlr. I)'Shen, W"\hy did you mr b rirn, your fat ---- with you ? Yout are keeoping mly ,witf away from me." 1l)o fondant assnumed a threatening attli ndlo. Complainant ' iavo corroboratilve Oviden...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
irst and Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher, New ~c., Br1ht1nn Tel. 45: Established 155 ýcBucathiisa0, jSI' tANCI' Ci aiin ' 8(1i1OOb, nl'is nlaillilnn I 811 BliiR At. (i. 11\Ithylo' FiuS'Il 'PERM.ttl- P!'UOSI)UY, 1C'I' UAON Y 1Pth., PR~OSPECTIUS ON APPTICA'I`ION N AIUSICAL 'EVEN NING I , I TOWN HALL, BGl!.lTON, 'TUESDAY, MAlt(ll 31t,, BIBLE SOCIET(Y'S ANNUAL I,,l,'l' IN(G. (A)IMl1NElI) 0O1R 60 VOICES" , ndel ('onductorship Mr. IFrl('de(tik C, Nicholll. 'The LORI) B1'S11OP 1'OF BIENI)I(iO, Speaker, Soloists : MhlRS. II'I'(lII INSON, lMISS 1)01RIS (GRIANT, MR. El1NI:S'IT MA(?E, and MIl. F.lRElEliCK C.,NICIIOLLS. ASA. I'LLI(ll'L''ON ]1FREE I i'AR.Y .J A l,'uohrt and C'rikb'Ig'e To naminnt. w'ill be held on Monday even iug whilo the Lih'ary is optn.' I ialinc, fee, 1/- l'nlrie? close nloi?lay, April 6th, SANI .illN(GUlA1t IS'1'ATi', SUL)O,, 'IOI'1OS:)D TIE"STIMI)ON1A 'l T111 MR. ,JAS, UILLISI'IE, H]ead T'Ieacher. IResidents 11an1 old 1(cholar ar'? ll vited to a(ttold a miiet inLr in tIho S...
CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
CAULFIELD. On Saturday, (ularh 19, it n istu rb" 111100O vct'0011'i't ill 1J4(Wtiltti T01'(1((, abouit 11 Imil1., ,,,(I it till!!lI~lj!( Court v'ste41i11ý Eli ilh Arnet I, (luirl" uiuii, his Sun itet1uhen, ant stepsoui W~illiam4, tere char14(l t ill) in uiltitig 4lvl~l4e l hliott ul 11141t the tiistutll'htll Wits1 It family t11141'11), The( 1(o Aytitttt 'cu(i' of drink at I ho tiow. FF111la (nile sitted1 he uts int his lilst)n oit the nI1)iIsite sidle 411 till) OIlu 1t \riItl Ivll1()40 lIlling filt 141¶I4-14 lie aunt( 001s- 5 t 414( suet W1illimw4 :\ titit lying on1 t(11 4 )round1( With s[5ctu'44il (nett A 1t111(ill! ovI I1. 00 ii. Wit less it('u 11411 hint n(e(l, to41 11441 II t' 11. w~ihein hii fe ( f'ianfuitd li, liii sttjt 1)tp 1 C1her w'1nt to hot' nsxislnocor , hLl1 ,4(4J or'derod 14il' by itiles 44st11 Isis ttlathc, l1ro)1 and Ito attenet to St li iko t.144144. ItA itIRtggglO took plcl e mal(0 l 11'illitulII fell an Clip ground.tl W11'11 irnolt said 1 e htŽ s nle( lly (cting ...
CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
CITi LTI?EN IIAM. At the court (m Wednu'lsday rlu'(olI Stoevens, otherwiso renurold Charles Sibley, was c(Ill.rv(e(I with a's.aumltiun Elva R~'oniis, of (lChels, a girl of 1' verlll of age". Serlgeatlt N,lurcit said the ogir'l Comp)lain1Id al Iiluhet to a ?ogentleman that defetuudant tried to placo her on his knee and iiss her, and Iho was taken out of the train att lonatcigh byl Mr. Moore, as sistant S.M., until (Constablo Shields camie along, and the girl gavoe him inl churge. As there wa.s 1o n Ilpler nice of the girl at the court the case \'was struck out,
Value of Bats. MOSQUITO ERADICATOR AND MANURE PROVIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Value of Bats. uivjont cliiiii ht. 1 (IC o tCle \'n1( iii In ,Si Ajiini ,, 'J1iVl, U.S. A., Dri.' 111L'II1:; il :1. It, t'(i() u \\.ill llltý c trried'L~ ttiit I.Crj iiiI1 II~~ IC i'(I wih N Cr tintii~ inti iiice~t~tiiw; t-o ie ofiexpeiC0 CIn i lie h iii e'o CliC8ii t ththethe ell lllll ri tlien of 0 n tio . I ti iilh In' I Piilu u he a ilti\ °nti oth)ei t h =,I d1 o wi t oi ihei the' tillh\uiitut'Cel\ tit'(C ith fiu btt liu .A. hi Cii y Or o tt1.vdhh ii~iitly IC) ofthe I\oiii w~i~tiiis fhatiii ether lii,; illl I h'Ciii pro I i de iiisy f ur iii cit tietee init' athe cutiationi an iwav11 Ce.1kionu ithield~ of itiiy 011(1 't ime oii( ost(Iite hum'si tilt ('ijt (~le-11( of haul p1 C'i'i'titiii, tli~ll (Ci d aCII e ci'C n' iill1 C i vti'ite I i 'II 1i141.1t e. \I' I 41(1 t4f ile IX 4411 ill the( it tlllll nsll11l1144 the 4Ž14Jrlllll8, \Inile ,>f Hati,; It it calc(ulated thul thtfom omw hill -robuu of it 0 crltiit'i of t1 5tt,t 0 t1) Ilo iii bilijtt 441414lh=, ai It1(h at 0 4444(osts...
Fun and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Fun and Fancy, Called to otder--Tho waiter. '? Diflicult missi on-Subinmission, Effectual destruction of wccd4l--Miaryiiit a widow, A printer .and a man who cains. lobaster both follow the art preservative. A big, probosioa it a sign of intolli(gence, Ia other world, the bigger it ia the illore a iftIn O110i5, 1 Waiter, a Ibeolteak, but not a umall one. I antm o terribly nervous that a little thiMn ulps0tG 100o." lobbly: " Grandma, did you know thtat Elxplorer Stanley was safoe " " No, Bobby. iihen did tlht happen ?" The proper UM.in6 of the bumble hoo ii blunble bee. But humible as he is, he won't tallow himself to be sat on. It is ia great deal easier towrite avivit love letter of sixteen pages than it is to hear it read two years after in court, " But why do you want to marry her ?' "Uecause I love her." ' " My dlear follow, that's an excuse, lot a rclauon." " I never could trust him-he lbrealk hill word every timu! lie olns io nrujl li mou(h" "tH' does '" " Yes, lie itutteris," ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
1 Mi( gnilil nt Intui ! Ulparalleled praiso iin heiow od by all who Ihavo roviewed Alolln' Chclio New Gooda. Ihoy Holvo tho probhlall of m )pplying Homlothlin healitiful --Jomt h i nt g uI IuM l-ljni hin.i i| l mtin'g--ainl Oini, houg li at, t it dvantal geoI prices, they uro now priced ,' s^urpr'iingly low. '( tNewest Goods Now Showing. Donegal Twcod i, nIweil tI1rt s in grey, lirown, n1d 1i 9T gr'o( , 2 .) Yurl S1"' Minerva Serge, in indigo dye, 12.-inch, 2 3; 5 .inch, only 2 11 yarl. Fancy 'l'weet'd-to l)0 very lioliulii'r-l n, sii ,' grVey, fawn al o Stripod Milton; at Alhln'i only, 1,11 yard, NEW1 SILKS--silk IPilot, inmioo on, Hnxo, n\gre, navy, royal blue, talgo, blauk, ivory, 2 11 yard ; ilack n rv,, 1/81 yard. Men I Men! fDon't Miss These! NEWVEST DR)ESS ACCESSOMRES for AMon at n Having atlAllen's, Pyjaiuot, comfortable cnt, good putteornm, well sown, I11 to 7 6. Meiin' Slamiu llt Ice u--Mtaulfactur'ter's Blet San Sun lio to i lear at plricem from 7.ld, to 2 11. Fasliion Sh...
Our Beaches. REMOVAL OF SAND DESTROYS THEM. BRIGHTON BEACHES DENUDED. MANY FAVOURED LOCALITIES SPOILED. ONLY ROCKS LEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Our Beaches. ---.+t1,O- Idt10)\L O1 HA- \I) 1)1,STI I)\ 'S ericl.Iou c~litl~c g c~ I nii8 obi'i ,lii'c iii thul rb li ili t T 'lT IArl S' 1 )ElI)ED. It) teI';l(' I'OI itill oi~~ 11( i' i'lii CJ thel o teII i 'C1(, hI 'iO bjl ,( . I' hI N( Ii [ I:i), MiI IAN uL, , 'eIV :M Ilt)ll) I : III bt lt.I (1S Siiliiil ltt'tCo i o oih uth'ih luinu i ii e Inst nbio \tir, a I tsidi leralltl c ithang has ta olkn phi t' in th formalion of (hi' foeshut'r, ch h; tl jlit'eirt Siet i f tht liv ' i hi 111h has et.en tlo rib' u tl'e Iai ly i toi thd rslti o . mstion woris a.ielt nI the. ('hi. X'ernlmentt t. ElIw ,oo!, l"atrin '. a? gttnnl titirs o?f sand wer? (nke ' t i m m ? ??? thte ltai h in that hocalitiy and ui ' tl tlil upl thu I:I ood .Wianlt), TIo r,'hica.+ thu tuj i?ti tri n till \V. ol'l tl ttll (il tioill tlI'l l itucl, if miipl hab in? to tll ' ii xtii ti hloi .lucesso l, bu t ( to l c h'trime' nt of t uh u l e timtlutti ' ? uuter t lii 'liTi, hoiai'h he jtee? ' idh l, lt f i'chtti' . iit lri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Educationla ROSBERCON, GIBLS' GRAMMAR SC01001 and KINDERGARTEN, NORTH ROAD, NORTH BIRIOIl1'ON. 'f minutes from Gardenvalo Station. 10 minutes from Electric Traim. Large ground.: excellent accooinloda tion for Boarders, Pupils prepared for (University, Primary, Junior, and Senior Exami'natlon s; Wlso for University Local Examina tions in Muuei. Principdla MISS TIESDALL and MIISS CONSTANCE TISl)AIL, D.A. Olnes singing and Physical Culture have always formed part of the curriculum, Danoing and Special Physical Oulture Loseone are open to Non-Pupls. Throo Torms for 1914 Begfijp February 10th, Juno 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be Inrolled any' time pro rata, W1e +1,?,lee*1$.o* e, 0, .- ,. on.l ,9 ,e.l ,,e ,,e , "NOR1FOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIIORA," SOU'0J'1 ROAD, BRIGIHTON BEACH, SECON1)A I1Y. PRIMARY, SIUB-PI1MARIY. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. The school is beautifully situatedl, ,with exceptional accommiodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for ,IUNIOR1 and SENIOR PUBlHC E...
TO SET A POST. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
TO ~V A POST. 'lil' e lhll iutvlsi h ave Itri 'I, 1 ve l u'. II reei n Iv ill Ajcoriin oil so mite ll(; ii'_rh . i y I iti , It i ; l ie i lIhi jliott I .i 1 Itt itt i' IIitllt'1 llt', lul iiut'il ti t ' tII ltulllin ) llr y 1111h 1 r.ll on ho ;u I o ilil llt il li, I ll (ii t II'lllt rho I r, r i t (tlý ) (ý s (jilt'.slin~', wide", 01111'1 11 11111e, 1':;1 , ( (iil he ( I.(' Sllc "ent 1,i r\-I rl if l or:( of this; 111011 ') (II' ' l(IIII' U ('(Si n of f I it i, I'to 1l Ihono1fo1'( , 511(1)11,1 1
THIRD GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
E1, II\11I, lll\[lK fu I , ll~ w 1;t lc fu i1ll) v. i~1 t)O. lA\I;lI N`. I \ hI PA 1;) 5;I (I' ltotI 17, (Ilt I llr for 14 , C layto (4( I uL 14) ý, Il~ l,1I' .41 (('IIn'rnn IiI e('crt~ II I n i.\ I I )1· La·II: Ilu., In 'I ), it k ,), 'I i: I I \l tls ( iu u f ll 5 1
WHEN TO PICK APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
~V1E'1N '1'0 PICK APPLES8. .\AII ls titteitietl for' lent; k~eItint: t,,1111h8 he fl'lloW d (ttlu' (~)It the. treel Lit i It ,( t hot' tijll, hut. 11 1111 8L not hr hte 2141 1 ( i fall ti' (tih t12rt1u the xttl e. fujtlh 441 (htl, 11 h l t o l 'l lil"jll 11141 tir i ; 11411 tl~l (1(1't 1t111, rimt and 1 , 1 i 41 154 14' h'S1 tll 1l1tlt' llrll. A int lll test ii Ia h it 4l14er 11ott tt ('\('li tu the iij2 ieeu \ \litt t irs sieuei~holdlek trill i) nul i f thlet. hhil t oitto (t)(t I~t1;; (I~t'\' it t,;(. r~ntt' it their lin I MIll t t ( tl4 l~ iht t' ;ihi, ft h -II