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CORPORATION POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
C(JI TO 10 AT 'I UN POt.)I'JU. jrl'r())()t !AldI)1I))l), of 1 )LIndU, whenl 11o do" ýUrted tftio life, left behiiod hits a ;;lul of 1)0)11(9 to l) uxp)))l:nde i it poetical ufpitalph. *h'II I) xcuthPr) colleei (tueS of the dICo lIod, inelI)Ltd of hliiployi'ig tio "lucel pou)t," Coo. 1)lfically res11olv'd to 11al11 the oIpitaphli thois. clout± enuld(i vile the mtoney. Ihey thcer hoot CUI1VOLIIkablo for groniu~ is thie lino, but, Oettihig 1r "Stout hleat to LI ita 01( li'io," theoy tU3cendld~ thuo 1ariuaeliaxi lioliint, 1Executor inuiiiibiiu on1 conltributed the firot itto ; . -" "10cr)) hiSoj Andolerson, I'rovolt of ))undue,' Nunllboo two a()lldoid " ifora lion imh, hero lier aho," And nuuber three, who wt t u deolighted with tIho IOUCocOOI of the g(0ood 0 work, that o elie laiiiod ;-= of :'~~~ 5°ar))lor (to trnuijll ul, a treen 111 11 u orolhord) ý-" WXhat nre doirje up thaoru7" " Oh, I'm *lnly haningi up uouio poaru that 1hd 14I1u, down,"
PUTTING BABY TO SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
Did you ever try to get , iraby to sleep ? Not an o(dinary phlet:matic, spiritless haiy that will f?,tecn itself to the perforated enrd of a rubber cap slilped over a quart hottle of milk and vulglalrly gorge itself into a glutionish snooze ; but a real lively, rollrckiinrg irscal of a baby who (does'l' inltendl smoozing away ny more of his 'aluable time than h1 has to. ''here have been eveni;gs, I date~say, when the pleasure of putting iltby to leep ;has Ibi'e youl.:; Your ile h? as had a sick heradache, or site has wanted to rui over to o;eeo her lotlherl or into one of the neighllroul s houses for somoe. thing, and yor have had to put the little pet to sleep after she has ud'trsCIsed lhin. Perhaps, if it is it flirst experience, you are rather glad of the cihance to convince your wife that sihe has luleit into the habit of wasting a deal oftiime in gettingl thal;t yo iunglster to !,le(: e) \t:riiUio s. Vol save ailwvays felt anild said that you, couild ,get hiiro l sleep in t a f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
,^ /''W M 'l, ',Iiliilthi u sin h uipIoi.rvIl lh .id Irais is Ihlntolv 1 bv 11ll who Ia v, riv iivwed A llon ', C io o New Goodls, / Tll'hey ,ovo ill, proililm of hII| yi 1 i l 1hin6 1 hI aultiful ? ^ --.om'iin;: uusu,,l]-- somethhnlI' lasling - and lilng ' /b. hought al. mit lo t i 'lv iilitouis prier..,. Ilhy irn nowy pri'i 'd ?8111,r*lni.4i' i gly low. S. Newest Goods Now Showing. DWo w"ln l Twvvpds, lnewotit, rllecrts in groy, brown, and -.'.. ?gritt , 2 b yardl. .....'o** . ?linwrvt' Serge, in ildigo dye, . .i'in h, 2 t; ,1 inch, only . . . ... 211 yard.l F ut'y 'lTwevd' --to Il ' very populrl . -it ,t l , g, ry, faiwni; ilao Strlliped Milt it; Al Allut's only, 1 ,1 yard. N I',W SIILKS--Silk Piillott, ,mnioIon ,, sa n ' , g y. riv, royal blu,, tango, bilnik, ivory, 2 II yard; Itlak m rov., 1 '. yard. Men! IMen! Don't Miss These! N E EI'T ])RE'SS ACCE1'SS'O IS for ilon ait a 1aving ait Allien's, 1Pyjiunas, 'omfortalte i t ood , good tteris, vell oMl' I",l 11 to 7 Gl, Men's Sia)p...
POOR CHARLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
'They wero walking together under a very amall umbrel?Ia, and elts liked lhian well enough not to wa nt a largeo share ' ?'? 110 wa:; I?odlst, aid neelned to be norvous, andl she finally remarkitd, very bottly, and with a nnot of intarrogation:-· " Charlie Y" " Ya, Fanny' ?1 "I'll carry the umbrella if you will lot " Oh, n, 1 ' ctan carry it," " Yea, Chalrlio, but your arm talou up uo ullch loo that one tide of mte in out il th wet," " I know that,, I"anny, but won't it bo in the way just the ,amne ?" " I don't know, Charlio; i uen Clark alwayu ktnow what to do with hii wlhon he is under an 1ambraalla withl Mary Martin, becaus uo h told tie no,"
ON ANOTHER TACK. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
ON ANO'1'HIR TACK, "You didn't sell a coply of ' How to NMake Home Attractive' to that womoan, did you ?" " Yes I did," said the hook ian\a,;et. " WVhe she name inito the rioo I rose and said that I had this hol: to sell, but I saw that she did ,not need anythinio to make home attractive; so) I Ibclged her parIdon for coming and startedl to leave. Shie bought two c:,pies," The course of true love nlever dl run smooth, and it' woutd noLt he half the lun if it did.
NOT WORTH THE MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
NOT WO RIt'Il TI.ill MONEY. Ministcr -L Uic]uo idetr, you tnveLr paid nllo thwo tu wo (lot", for ]part'y'ing '01, aI your "t) Jnc1le Pctci--· - I I ~fl(vtI Z Ilfill't, Aaii, L luowj I bout.nt But I wad~ uwiuo to ow you, \Is tr (bi00llll, if you ctiddllcut uofo. " You 00 dui lady 'tIillodl or (dIVO(13 l1o11$' ('e010 , ii' it 'piiiii'i to 111, iin li, dot piy'in' out two dlollais iir 13 r wiiddiii' c(IrUlunoy (lilt lnlly iiotiid 0111 year, 111lll 1u'1 it'q WuII--indlod it 1111 I"
SAID NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
SAI.) NO MORE. A certaiii steamer got into a dense fog while on her way down the river, A passenger, anxious to ;lo ale;ll, went op1) toi the captain, who was at the wheel, and asked why they had stoplwd. "'Too much togt ; can't seeo he river,'o replied the cautious mariicr., " lut,)" said the passenger, " you can see the stars overhead." " Yes,"I said thie captain, 'l"ut until the boilers burst we shan't be g;oilng that way." Thlie passengier turned in,
A FINANCIAL CONUNDRUM THAT DROVE A MAN TO HIS GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
A FINANCIAL. CONUNDRUYM TIIAT DROVE A MAN TO IllS GRAVE. The following conuntldr(u 1may be inll. teiesting to your readers, writes R. II, Thompson, of Alabama, U.S.A., to the " Notes anl Querics " department of 77he i, ewcas/, (.7ranich.'', I had a friend %iwho died of a financial COlnullldruml , anl although it is too late to do him a nly good, I would like to know the answer . lie was a good felb low but he was unlucky. Besides he was ,a good deal of a fool. IIc invested all his money in Gloriad m1ining stock. Ie saw a great deal about it in a newsl)aper of great former morality and mnch pre vious virtuel . e did not stop to note that the stock was 95 per cent, or more below par, nor inquire, if anybody con troling the inanc(ial columns of that paper had been presented with a block of (;loriad stock. iHe didn't do any thing but go and blow inll his savings in Gloriad, The stoc:lk took a tumble before lie did, and at tle round-up he found himsell with a large bIlock of Gloriad whic...
WHY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
wilY. It Is a pity that some people are not go quick with their hands as they are with their tongtues, A farmer had a laiz' labouner, One ilay he retuled from market,and caught his man sound asleep tinder a tree. " What I" exclaimed the htimer, " asleep when you s 1hould be at wolk I You are an idle wretch, and not worthyl? that the sun shoul d shine on you," S'l'hat's the reason I lay down here in the shade," said the atan, sitting up and yawvninlg,,
District News EASTER HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
District News (()11tril IIII.)Io S gellcrulI'( Ill'(' I'u,( lU TI III'It I).\\ I I\ I il aL n .'1 \\(l , Ihwt('OII of the AllI I(0t! r I((1, ul,: irlc i in 111)I( lU(l1]y, 1 , 0! 1 Wu w'` 1101 later lh u 6 II.on 'I'l!ilyll,· t I 'nc·o; s! ll\'. iho s1nceus of tlho c:lub durinlg tho past, soasonl, 'IThe A tiam, \voro alain successfull, aind \l w tho 1 gIrado pru iniorship, 'I hoy throw 338 goals to t69, 'Th 11 team also put, up a very line progirainlmo in winning thu 1), (irado promiorship. 'IThey cored 1 1( L" goall for tho s1eason aItainsl their oppononts' 17. Theo C toam also did well ini soLuLrini fourtil position in (ho R. grado. Th'e flilincL' were ro ported to bo in it sisficar'y dtato. .1t was decided (o ag'ii airn thrco otams, and tho A's will 'le cLntered for tho jnnior A sootion. The oili'ers ap pointod woero :-Presi(doien, Rev. ,J. Yin clair ; captain, I; Ilogorson; vicu cap11in, C. StydhILn; secrotary, 11, AMcKinl? y ; anl, trcafturor, A. Sanldy. Th'l) atlilotic cllibs i...
"THEN PLL CLAIM HER AS MY BRIDE." [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
"'THEI- N I'LL CLAIM hER AS M' BRIDE." " I will not full in love," Said he, " With maid of high or low degree, Nor seek by any specious arts To gain control of womon's hearts. "Nay," said the simple-minded man, "I shall adopt at wiser plan, And serve full seven years of life, If need be, to secure a wife, "nu friendship's name on her I'll wait Until our tasts assimilihte, And all our thoughts together run Till what was twain become as one. "'Then, with solemnity and pride, I'll claim her as my chosen bride, Andl prove the wisdom of lily plan." Thus said the simple-minded man. "Love at first sight I" said she will scorn ; " I don't oelieve the man is born Who could arouse my dormant heart And bid it from fited rules depart, "Ilot love soon cools! and I'll repent Not over wasted entimient; For 'tis muore propeor to lmy miind '.o makle ai study of mankilnd "The lover first should he a friend, And to the heart's high throne ascend Bly gradual steps; lest hie despise What comes to hiin a...
THE BOY'S CONUNDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
THE BOY'S CONUNDRUM. It is a simple affair,-simple il thought, antl simple in its ridiculous situation,-. yet holy many phases of real life it may ie tmae to illustrate. I once brought down the house with it at a political meeting. I believed-truly and honestly belicved-that the oplosition, a mongrel hybrid affair, made up of sore-heads aspiring sycophants, had flooded the highwaysand byeways of political thought with statements that were as false as they were ridiculous ;and in considering the subject of our opponents' devious ways, I said that their statements, and their argumerv t might all be summed up and answered exactly as the boy's conunldritm was answered. And there upon I told the following : A boy, who had gained an inkling of the formation of a conundrum, and who had been posed by several knotty ones that had been prlesented by his conn. panions, concluldedl that he would try hiis hand at it, so he set himself at work, and finallly propounded the following : A boy of my ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
Aail Vouti SiUILoEItI E eIt~l FiORi Tornm Smith's ` Fr tom absolutely Pur e SUPERIOR Locally Grownt Tomatoes. Put up it0 inor Sauce own ttles A High-grado Article. A )SMITI & M '"'""nnA" ' LAMBBERT, l(ett Railway Station l an ' ui rrs. 'l'houe, . 'le n n ')06i /ý+beoll ..,elDQrp no rra. gr.?o?. ii.I. 0 p.Y.,,b. too".p" "r.q""p. ®"..o " @, .a,? .o",,?-O,'t ""G. Y. ,e". ?,a.I, o,?l .ll, h , jE r Phont,-.-?A? y? 'mdsr ,`` Ji.l (il?.ibth'i rd I/ JOHN 'EL S .'.'~ I'IPRAC'I(f (C. 1A l)lIItR uand 11&RtNRS. Nl\K ER, S~ 38,1 High Stront, St Kild, and V88 flq?dera Slteot, 3) 'boutrno opp MItr:t Gttrdonera Lio~iura.l,, 8to 't Manufacturer of Every D)escription of Saddlery and larnetss at. Loweot Prices Collars Made and Fitted under Spec al Supervision. Awarded first Prizes Royal Agriculdtural Show, 19)10, 191 and 1912. Awarded Firtt I'rizo f(w Collars, 1912. A LARli STOC1K (OFG(OOD)S ALWAYS ON 11AND, t /uN pujpnot, lhol,?O i . q..s..e..y,,t?, .o?,,?, .o.o e..,.i).e,,e. "o..o.,t...
THE BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
ho iihiL'Iti~ Wil hiIIIIYC I II -lEilit IOlhki~ri l~uiv LlI(1 g~i~iuN bo I lriii lv· tisad for~ tlinit unt~c wcill beo luluiyc.l (upulia. lhit;i· I)II\. ton (1 III jiiiU~ll~. ti I''1oc.)ttuuuII ficllcuvi iii,, \l~liil t1!1 it( Ciclciiiic,1 (, (liji ii': ii huh'C 'lciiiPit lii c.2~~rcuL ccii c h1 citiiiil\!, 11I(~ I thiS, llL lu '1\1 Iiiiiici) I,1ll ti cihti141 14 1 34 ci Iii cccc jul Ii ) ii iii I 1111125 iii111l 1111( icii Iio I i~iir i r i ii~ \.lrl tic )l~rllui~ Ii cii cc11 iii1 i~1.: a ;t ii iii hccijil 111( (' 111 (111lit i 14 :, \((1 iii. .( Iii('!, iii t\lui~it IIII~I:( I 442c,4l I~Ili I))tlac 141414l ii 411)11 i Icc \ilr i; 'l'r. l .' tour ,'ootlpll Comtpotilluns already show promise of being ai great suc coess, their popuhlarity 1Cit1ig gvta'gLicd hy the large Iltunilwr of couponsi osnt in, 'l'he 11oilYeer of footbaltl eutllhuliitstis who reckon to have that first half sovereignl is sur'prising. Utnder the cirl imustanies wVe very imuch regrlet aill those who hlave sent in ...
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. NOMINATIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
II\ ~~'ipfr~tllii]ti nloe of til il'l 01111 ilL~lt li\\I ol t M;ll O~li~l hi)t 1 lIiltll'li b hoiiiiic , gI1n~Ih(I'8 111111 \l (I10.:11, fiNu(l. MA10i IIES,~II~I L1I.i( 1 Ilr~lc~til(Ii'iir huh'IIII tile 3lltllzuo u:Il)Iige, I fIII tL l\Iihhl~ j~jll L u till.) 1 11 1)', I II(9i i it (11 I p l:li~ Iler lci ,' litter tilI, n to ii ie (lN i.liili ~ii the~ \ei~coettino 11 hoIJilC e·Jot ii11 (1y 1( I ii I iii 1 Il 1. m ny il)1111(1 11(1 !ICI)L! I ~1(~11111 co(l 8'113.~' (luyhll11).rcie 11i)L: cf1)1 li~Rltril\ll A fr tOi Ilie WItS1 iioii s i~lli, 'Ihie iiinxt I t'( lt 11')111 0!( I hi· 3ir.11 ~lldlig e~rIlille hd tliicci~rtittll ~cint loll'h'it 'I' tnitliit) I ill iii resig liii 1cili~illll c ~lt.--clrllge ii fair~i 110111 Jril ol sliocll~ll wi oill, I IcI· Siiri s uliI1~' Mv Sollt liii.ir 'lls~ will (I ni sil 11' 08~n S 10110, forr tlt ic tcioiticl\ Of contu(il ImItos)IC, 4r UNIOHZS, uigytmitst t~o~l (f 'InoII of~r, (hi'~clst (Ini, too tuitod o b on 11w IhdoI w I~ ri nu s in gU oo e)le' i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
Teleol)hone 128 Windsor, Only Addrnou- G. Brunning & Sons, BRIGITON ROAD), ST. KILDA, NOT l,?,?tl rOURlNe, Estahlished 50 Years, Largest Plant Nurserica in the Com mIonweal th. 250,0(00 Plants and 10,000 Roses. Write for New Catalogues (Post Free) The Nurseries are within three minutes of tilthe lliplponla 'tation and IBrighton Road 'Trai, T'erminus. HOME HhN\TS ON BUILDIN G. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSII'. A unique opportunity prosonti it,. self to the owner of an allotment of and as. without any furlher cash if desired I will build an up- lo-tlatn and miodern \Villa uip to 7 rooms, replet? with all convenienteo and appintnment s -repayllents, as weeklily rent., ctovtiring interest and prilcipal--- heo interest re uoing as each ptaymuent, is 1aIuttde, and I give you the option to pa offil any amount, or the whole, at any timte, without extra interest. Plans, esti mates free. If you have a deposit, and have land in view, I will buy allno, and c rect a hotlt otn the anlmo terms, In c...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
'lilt f ili OIII il the jl~rigIUrluntI of April 13. Fbil tCrny' V. I l'it ii.n Port, 2iellruitiuii V. I IflVIh(crn, Norohintu V \. I'Icihiinhi, Kuort h lbuir lno v·, I'rit llculn. \i iuI )1101 tO\ 0 V l'nIril. I law ivaru x' I:~.qiicloii. Port Mll~oboinuo v. Nu'houote. l3rutIswick v. 1bolsoura3' April 25. Ilriglitoi v. Ih'unswikc, Northeoto v. 1illiunH towt. I Otsertny V. IPorltt a JOIOern I'rIithrnt v I lHwthornl. Nnlv II, I rnhrnn "u \. Pt Ir~tIOI~lu1IiIi ertIit Melhoirno v, vN orthlothu. \I ullnan V.; Vlr ot lutz., Ililwtllul' ll v. Iuu tscrnyurnc I Ctou r ton V. ENor iIIIul oliIllu, I'auiwthuu v. ,Nort zMetlbourne. itrtiv '13 liriulhtý:,:n. v.. Northlco to. IM(U1'i h lonVPll '. o Ilolioiiraw Mayl~ 30. Port ')ll1Ilunu v. 14ittm 11 iI 01s~t ot~ A' . Nor11h 1Iolh'uutuin. I I'0f-lolOfl v, I'ruahrun. N aioo viou' v, Iio thorn, Nuos(rtwtu' V. ]Northeoto, North 1ltllw.1110 13,ortwil l W'r1118 lll v. F oo to - a . N ftheoI '11 v, It 'ii ran. I'rt l nIi v.luuiillitunstso l(i l Footolsclu...
Friendly Societies. PROPOSED BRIGHTON DISPENSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
Friendly Societies. PR1OPOSED 131tIGIT'ION I)SPENSARY. 8111Ei SELECTED IN. BAY STU ET. SUBSCRIilT''ION : 2/- PER QUARTER The Brighton Friendly Sociutics iaro to have a dispousary beforo theo nd of the year. This was theo decision of tho ,olnmlittoo appointed to arraugo details for the carrying out of the proposition, and who mlt on 'lutes, day last., Mr, Andrews, disponser at rth Alalvern dispensary, and 1r.1. Coventr,. soroetary of the Prahlran dispensaryl, alttended, and th.y Lboth exproessed the opinion that %iýh t thlousanil nrelmbers to commenc the dispensary would bo a success, SA sitO was soleoted in Bay stroot, just below Asling street, 'an1d tho seca rotary of the conflronce, .flr', .Iin richsen, was deputed to oltai1n a loaso of the building, wvhioh was coti sidered 'l1A Mr, Andrews to o voery HuitIable. Favouralihi tnrms woer? of foreid 1w tho wholesale dCruggist's for the supply of medicines, &o,, and it wa.s aglreed that1 for the preoseLt to only have on0e dispe...
Moorabbin's Valuation IS IT EXCESSIVE? VIEWS OF HAMPTON RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
Moorabbin's Valuation IS IT' EXCESSIVj ? VIE W8 OF H1AMPTON RESIDEM'.L. A specinaI meoting of the lio ampton PIoIiess Assoniciol mas 101h11 IIL Il he Ilaniptoi 111%11 on .11oldity to deride \hat ntionll, if any, should lhe talivn in relard to the Illnicipa)ll \1l0at0ionllS h ich repres(et'ted a Ilri inureae tIllanic. lhe mint tem Wva o\ Or LIA lill Mr. 1. 1, Alstve Premi de'iI1 IIMl. of th il ocel11 111'11 1p11v6(l the ( :11mil., alld (11(in, Nils(( it 111' -po it(,.1 at beilth, hut no reioletiont w(m W l - mit ted, as it waes pointdel out thai tIe ullpavers who comiderei'd t Ihey o\m' T e ilniied could appeal. T1he ( lChairi1mai exPlailled tihe objiet of 11the uumlcinu, and niwitio(d that111. he hild hwoon masked It\ ýZovmerl m~illembe of the A.\oueiulhiou t&lt; conlvuuo the mIvetillLe io -li u he (h ies tiom . I Atlinsol e nu ciuimeul ii thu \iiiiiiit treas iniid I wiet p'llrdIengs hu1d al.o heso inureasel in iliue. C( . silid to u im le hid it ' d(" tail imufomiation hult...