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THE TOWN HALL CLOCK. NO MONEY FOR CHIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
THE TOWN HALL CLOCKW':: NO MONEY IFOR CUIIMES.'LS : The Brighton P.L.C. vrote to the Brighton Council on Monday, stating that the members were in favour of Cr. Hall's proposal to set the clock strtkingi again. The Mayor (Cr. Wilson) explalined that the ch'imes iwhe installed years ago were only on approval. Cr. Stone said that some of the ratepayers had the idea that the chimes were . already in the clock, but they were making a mistake. Cr. Alford-Where are the chimes ? Cr. Stone said that the chimes were taken away by the person who put them there. They were. stimnated toncost £300. but if the council want ed to install them no50 the cost would be £500. It was agrced to inform ilthe P.L.C. that. the council could not see their way to pioside the chimes.- -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
ROYAL EXICHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Accident Workers' Compensation;, VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRICT AGENCIES. itil;l1JTO'i-S. P., Sieni)onlb, Estatgent, Eay Streel. Similtl.E ltt1Gll'HTON-Connor and Alford,. EIslate A.Aents, Church Strcet. 'T. KIlDA-rl'inrc and Co., Estate Agents, 256 Jligh Street. SANDlINGHA3--Round and Co.; Eslate Agents. Melrose Street. it.\l I.l: 1 .1D--llrold Looker and Co., opposite Caullield Station. i;.\l'!i\'ALE-Thomson afid Collinson, Estate Agents, Gardenvale. BAfI\('AVA-A. E. Forster, Estate Agent, 206( Carlisle Street. AI.I ILSUER J. BARTLETT (OVERNMENT FAMILY BUCHER, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises.. Gre:n one for Poultry Cut Daily. Poultry and Rabbits Always on Hand. Carts Daly to Ormond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick, East Malvern, Caulfield; Carneigie, Glen Huntly aid Murrum...
WORLD'S CHAMPION JERSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
W OREL'S CLHAMl'ION'"R-. SEY.i .:In Australia we have, only just " be gun to nmake public production records wvitl dairy cows :.but as-ycers go on we m'ay expect grcat rivalry and einu lation- amonsst: ou.r breeders. . "Wlit' is tIheC highest record we can expect -' dairyi co w.to imake ?' .This : is put i?y " .'hoard's Dairyian," which journal goesl on toshow vwhat las beeri doneW.by s.?a of nsbwer. .Wheoi Yeoks 'Stinfl;cnieai, Guernsey, made her hlienonenanl record of S)l71b..:of fat :in one year, it ?was "doiub'ted ly imany who liad not studied lthe breeding o dairy co?is closely;" that her record :would ecarcCelv. b 'iitualled if ever excelled. Not .:lbno :g after this; Colahthli 4th's Johaiina, a ilolsteii ,.niade 9981b. of l'at ýexcellin_: Yehzi Sunlbeam's 'record byi:.'1l4lib; :of fat:-'-Heire :cli world's recoid remiaIned for. o'heral years but ie ,-was fliiilly' displaced; by Baniiostino Belle Deial; rlio- niide in' .one6 ve ar 105S.3l1b:,lI of fill.i: *TJa6a Irene, witll ;...
A COMMISSION AGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
A. CUOMMISSION AGENCY. Special Mecting for Consideration. Th e general committee recoiunuended that., in the event of a suitablle man being found to "undertake the work, ind a suitable stlind procured in the Victoria lMarket, steps be taken to initiate a commission. Thhe chairnman explained that at the annual meeting, in 1911. the commit tee. were instructed, to 'coisider the advisability of establishing a corm mission agency. -A sulxcommittee went carefully into the. matter,. and it was 'agreed that the ihmanager could not be expected to act, as seller and buyei at the ratne.tinie. The innaenar had had an'ofierof' a. suitabltestand in the niarket-.. Mr. G;. A:llnutt enqiarel: if the conti mittee: had: considered ??'-vhat hiafil would be done to tbe Association by having 'a comiuission agenocy. lk: con sidered that .gardeners : ould be sliv of sending their stufi':fo'r sale,..seeing that profit mas being made out of another part of the business. The chairnian ,did not think 'it woul...
Gardeners' Affairs. ASSOCIATION'S HALF YEARLY MEETING. ANOTHER PROSPEROUS PERIOD AN UNPROMISING OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Gardeners' AffairsT ASSOCIAION'S ITALF-YEARLLY -IEETING. .. ANOriEit rPOSPEROUS "i'1O1)1 AN. UNPROMISING OUTLOOK. 1l The half- yrly meeting of the 3ii kel Uardcineer.- Association wvas held ait llooKer's Cafe,'- .lbourne,. oni1':ed nesday oevening. ..The. 'resident (Mr. 1f. 1. Le'gei'j) occupied tho lchair, and there' were about 0 gzardeners present The i'resident expressed regret "that gardeners in t-oorabihn, did not evince greater interest in therAss?cia" tionh,, hich had been forimed for tlheh. benelit. , CO,.rthtEl'S 1tLtORil':T .f , 'he report stated that the associa 'tion had passed through another suc cessful period. The, turnover` amount led to £8,3S7/13/ll, or aboutL £1,400 per month: IThe linauicidl position head also 'improved. The' high level ahiain tained in `the high price of piroduei had not been conducive to the -tdl-' vancemnent of business, and the long spell of dry weauther had _not 'ins proved tbe prospects of prices foio the imniuiediate future. lThe last 2 mon...
Interesting Law Point IS A CREEK A FENCE ? [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Interesting Law Point IS A CREEK A FENCE ? A curious event gave rise to en in teresting argument and finding lby a court in.Victoria in a case where the defendant was proceeded against for refusinga to deliver up to the owner a heifer upon tender being made to him of the legal treslpass rate. Both the 'partics were farmers, and owned .sdjoinitng properties, separated by a cleek - front eight to fifteen feet deep. l'he defendant's laud was ploughed and cultivated, portion being sown with pens,' wind the 'rest with wheat and odts, and enclosed.on three sides by ai fence,; the creek 'forming the othgr botindary. A heifer belonging to the o\iner (the informant) swam the creek anid. got into defendanlt's pea crop. 'he hcifer, was susequently impounded and the defendant claimed.special tres pass rates from the informant, who contended that the defendant could not charge such rates, as the land in ,imuestion was not enclosed with a sub stantial fence. It was stated ic evi d:ence that the c...
Value of Bats. MOSQUITO ERADICATOR AND MAURE PROVIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Value of Bats. \1OSQUITO EltADICATOItR. iND " ANURE U RO£I1t0VIDtER. ' ,: ilecent discussion on the ,alue o Qiueensland but deposits lends interest to thie following : -In San Antonio,: Texis, U.S.A., Dr. Ciharles A.. It. iuampbell has carried out. an ihnteresting series of experi mnents in connection with tis eradica tion of. mosquitoes by meatns of :the cuiltivation: of thle bat, h wiich is ile. claried to be the greatest; enemy of the nios.tuito. A very .valuable feature of, the w ork was that at simple uteins is thereby provided o securing ,defuitus supplies of guano. ior the -cultivation aiid, iprnpagation of the bat .Dr. Campbell hlis devised a kind of wooden tower or roost ,which. oltets the advantage of prevent lhg Ihuts--which areoisAged usually to 1ly long distiances froin their chites in seitrcht of food, remaining couttinuous ly o,, the wing. for tea or 'twelve hours at a. tiute-trom always seeking new quaitrers. Batt possess plenty of ieanst . of protection agaiitst the...
Fun and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Fun and Fancy. Called to order-The waiter. ' Difficult mission-Submission. Effectual destruction of weeds--Maorryl a widow. A printer and a man who cans lobsters both follow the art preservative. A big proboscis is a sign of intelligence. In other words, the bigger it is the more a man nose. "Waiter, a beefsteak, but not a small one. I am so terribly nervous that a little thing Upsets me."' Bobby: "Grandma, did you know that Explorer Stanley was safe?"" "No, Bobby, when did that happen!" The proper tame of the bumble bee ir humble bee. But humble as he is, he won'l allow himself to be sat on. It is a great deal easier to write avivid love letter of sixteen pages than it is to hear it read two years after in court. "But why do you want to marry herr "Because I love her." " My dear follow. that's an excuse, not a reason." "I never could trust him--he breakb his word every time he opens his mouth." "ii does t"' "Yes, he stutters." Ho-"I wash my hands of you for everI" She-" And let me ...
FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
FIRST GRADE. .; -rrtro I:]t,-L o.' 13... orgo 13; Steele four for 21,. Gower two for 2.I Pihaill two for 26) r. SANDY ](1rEIi:\1If four for 83 (Pye 19 n.o., I'elddlington 19, iles 17 ; IKenley two for 15, Bright one for G. C(III:IITENA'II. .17 ('Tuck 15. Rose 6; Silunonds eizht .ir I6, Rolierts t.i for 20) v'. ]'LLINIAE. itt for 15" .(Courtney.20, (:. olerts 4-1, B. Ellin :15 ii.o., Judd 16 n.o.: Fisheor two fornS); ;IHIGI[ETTII s for 27" (Brown 11L4, Fox 4IS Clhave 33 n.o., Sl'Curthy 28? Acddms foir" for 70) v. II AMPTON.
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Football. The following is tihe. programme of matches for the premiership of` the Tectorian Football Association : S April 13. North 3elbiourne v. Brighton. Williamstown v. Prahrun. Ilatithorn v. Essehdon.. Port Melbourne v... Northcote. . Brunsiick v. Footecray. Bri'hton v. ' Brniswiick. Northcote v. Williamstown. '.Footcriy v. .Poit lbourne. . . ,I i'wi?" P:dth:,elboire Pra?t?n '. Haw tiori:i . I rEssendon v. Nor.h E .lbourne: ririisW '.o N: orth: Melbourane - lrPort elhoii.?r--,llioo t .o : Niorthciote ilr sihrl ., .FHathornaha 'North.Jfelmotirne.; ' * - -NBorhiick V:.. l'orufe.lhonrue .c . Williamston ::. Fen . .o Bri.tht v"j co;te.. enn :. : , ... _ . ;,North. Mlelboiit me -v., Oikotscray..:: IEsien.lon v..Port elbourne-:: .lawithrn v.: W'illiastoin.: PraIman v. Brunswick.th Mlb -.F.P'ort,'3elborirMn le ..Brihflton..?-, :.-; - nrtsidon '.. Prihran. PBrlu?i.:.': MelbHawthorn.: ' Fo?otscrj T-"serndo-o Britihtiic '-. 'Willimiun..ton. : -North- Melbournie v. ort iMebournte Brlsivri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
COntractors and , Householders Can get all Requirements in TIMBER, Hardware and Household Requisites. See our Display; of Garden Hoser . . - I at Prices to suit everybody. Fly-proof Doors, complete, 10/6 Fly proof Window Screens, 2/9, 3/3 Lawn Mower, New Clipper, 20/-. Wide Split Palings, 5ft., 20/-, 6ft., 25/- per 100. Trellis, Laths, Lime, Plaster, etc. Paints, Oils, Colors; Paperliangings. Electric Wire Drawn-Lamps, Icandescent Mantles and Globes S at Webster's Opposite STATION, ELSTERNWICK; And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. SZTgCCr-HAP1 T. o. 0 0 PR-AHiZ. o o 0 0 eo·,Jde. 1 CJEWELLn GOENrCY, e REPAIR - G.Monw GuaRarrTreo. CHARMAn RD. A 6-roomed Weatherboard Villa and Conveniences. Built in any /O From £50 Deposit; Suburb. 4'5'O" or Cash. Send for Plans and other Designs. Fame Terms. - Land Wanted all Suburbs. 125 Swanston Street, City; and Northcote. S Telephones--7563 ; Northcote 149. "81oo" *o* *oomeo (Mliss C. Cole. Tel. 2739 WVindsor Above misses Armstrong & Beek's, mltIlIklER...
FOR THE LOVE OF MERCY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
FOR THE.LOVE OF MERCY.i A story is told of a lot of tinkers who had set upon one man, and were t.m mercifully beating him. Presently there was a lull in the proceedings, and a little deformed man, brandishing a very big stick, elbowed his way through the rrowd, shouting, "Och, now, boys, for the love of mercy, let a poor little csipple have just one stroke at him 1i Base coin-Money placed in a fourm. tion stone. We met,'twas in the pouring rain; I saw. I loved thee, clhar?ning Bells Ah. ý!eares!, )ou my heart retain,. Itut otlase return my new umbrella I
Cricket. BRIGHTON CRICKET CLUB. REVIEW OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
ericket. '? 1H~ul1c1tON CRic;lETr CLUB. SRe, iwiag briel ' lhei doings of?tle clib.f and more: jiart elarly, the first. eleveni, one is: iiliued to tho opinion that' hlrighton slhoild haisd beeil play ing as one of thie cluahs iii the final imatch. The :loss of i-. Jewell, L. F6r glsoni and' a I. ~liiscox was' more than any other club had itostand, but as the 'club iiet its worthiesi'cfoemen; Port-' Melbourne; Geelong and Bruns: wick.i curly in' the se: son, 'and "was de feated by each; the 'ine ame against Co burg, which was the only other loss susltined, had but a slight bearing upon the team's final position. It is no secret that tlfe club could hardly get a team (abshout racing senron) to put against Port ieli'olirne, arid from the outset were never likely to win, whilst several of the most experienced batsmen weure absent in' the Blrunswick match, which was only lost by a handful 'of run!s. The object of nien tioniug these dark- spots upon a very surcessful season is merely to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
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CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
cnURcnI oF C1RmIST. or the 19J1 seasoh 'n s hseld at the :hurch 'of Christ lecture room last Thursday, :Gth :iist. Mr. Mann, in the absence of' th president, took the chair. - Ollice-benrers 'ere elected as. follows :-President, lr. Geo. Mlani fold-; vice-presidents, 3Messrs F. 31. ,ultdrook, T . Morris, J. Passe, A. ,lillis, R., 1'. Clark, and A. Mann ; reasurer and secretar-, F. Ludbrook : elegtes, C. Sharp and F. Ludlrook; selection committee, A. Mann, L. Dra per, and the capfain; general com mittee, P. Luke, L. Draper, C. lus orove, M. Carver and F. I.udbrooi. The rcaptain will be picked on the .round at the end of the last Satur day's practice match. The club will play on the same-ground as lust sea son, at the foot of lucas street, Mid die Brighton. Trauintn commences to-day. Subscriptions nust lie paid on or before the third match of the Association. Addrdss all communica tions to _F. Ludbtrook, hon. sfc., 24-1 Bay street Brighton.
THE BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Trainfin .ommnned 1in enr?ieslt on iresladnv,.?hýci? absiit, '.f plasers ?nlair. shii hlltd sndte:r "Coach'u,..,rrnlill and fcent liroh preliminar course so ms to test th, oability, hi each. Am ias'L tho' lirho hapci 'very well were lurley, 'who mnr'ed and kicked well, ;Dawson and Knightoh. .T?ic-h" Bailes. will reoccupy his usual place in. the team, a position in which le has so often proved himself as one of the leading players in the Associa ton. Other players who are desirous of ngamn donninL the colours are E. Bailes, A. La , ton srs,, s, Graham, Peddle, Espie, I.owding, Patterson. sad Graham. Palmer, Calvin and Bluc!ley are away in the countrv at pr'sent, Ibut .rill be available for s!lection before the seson ojpens. Wallace, a ho w"as a formu.r player with the ssesuiler., and last year with 11ellbourne City, where he showed ;good ormn, is training at tile Beach ground. Thu forward liue \ti the weakness in last .ear's cu.mlAanutiou, and the coiminittee are io" in searchi for p...
THE KING'S LITTLE JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
,TNE KING'S LITTLE JOKE. A Swedish statesman recently inveigh ed most eloquenmly in Parliament against lcomargarine. Next evening he was nriitcd to dien with the king, uho loves i joke. There was only oleomargarine on the royal table, and the statesman liberally partook thereof. At the cioseof the meal the king asked him "Well, sir, how do you like out butler?" ".It is excellent," replied the states man ; " the c,.ntrast bh:t?wee it and arti ficial butter is very maiked. " But," said the king, " that is artificial butter I" The other guests roared witll laughter, but the "old parliamentary nand" re turned, quick as a flash " Your Majesty, if ore can be deceived to easily, there is all the more need of trict laws against bogus goods." By listening to the diseotirse of the tramp with the servant girl, you'll find hat the tramp's orte ie as an alter dinner gcs, ::a .__·.: s:-·· .:c.l`
PETERSILAM'S PERFIDY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 March 1914
Anna Maria Selina .Guffliad,likeranafy iistorical notabilities, two strings to her olw- or:rather two beitux to her string.7 Tihat ffact stated, what more natural :hair that, the rival individuals should hatr, sne another wsith abitter and acrimonio: ajitred? \Vtliiatmore probable, than tha their names should be :Potts and Peter: t:The beauteous Guff doted on savages ih'e certainly loved savages better than the did Potts. As for Petersham, though tie was'thie favoured swain, his place in Miss Guls reairds was stilla trifle lowet than'the savages. "Mr, Petersham," said the fair: one'. en an afternoon when thie love-lorn youth 'tad been basking :in heri smiles: to `a degree which almost rendered freckles a possibility, "' it's tlhe evenifig for the mis tonary ineeintg at Exeter Hall, and dea; Dr. Mofle presides. Let us go." : And they went accordingly. Curious to relate; Potis weni also.. :-e caught sight of Anna Maria Selina and her companion in the Strand, and he followed them on th...