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The Young Brigade DEFAULTING CADETS. COURT PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
the Young Brigade I?ElfAULTING .C ADETS. - . i- : .1. ... . .i? ,C .. COURtT l1POCEElDIN S. SAt tlheurighton Court yjesterdy, he fire' lr.:'Cohen, ";Pi., arind' the Ma3yor (Cr. w'ilsoB i), .'M' ess:rs -?'Tloam?sonr ti ii Spri.I, J 's.I'P.: ''scveral icadets :tere procerled(: aigalitst li "Lieuitezia'nf1"lan in ~ I,'AI LIG TO NOTIFY! ADDRESS. 31; W. "; Noonifii ias' chi;hrged with failini. to inotifv. chinge's of. address withia :0 du3s. UDfefndtlnt. said lie hhad 'blieni awav 'in til exemption, asrci, i did itot l-know lie bhad to report himself oi .return. At fine of 20/-, in default; seven ltdais', wa~is inmose'd. ?. 31.' Millis, who as lchargeild with a s:imil'ar offenco, said he notilied the area nolicer i"t IElsternwick. The case wns 'iadjourned for. five weeks -to en aile e enruiries to Ile inade. -PIF'1IlT. RELIGIOUSi OtI;JECTIt)ONS. P:?oter LooLcn was pIriceed?ed i against Ifotr oiotitciillincti ci tliaii o?der' of tliei Coit .Non:- tiieiiiei 3rd:- - ; I 'uitiat."iil Ifaiili...
SOMETHING QUITE DIFFERENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
SOMETHING QUITE DIFFERENT. There was a lion tamer who: willitigly rentured into the cages of the most fero cious beasts,-having no fear of them, al though he was often badly bitten; but he had a dreadful fear of taking bronn chltis. One day, after he had entered, with perfect composure, a cage containing two half-starved bears and a panthcr, he shook his head gravely as he came out. " Well, well, sir," he said to a gentle man who stood near, "this is going to end badly for me some day." "You are afraid those ferocious ani mals will devour you, then ?" "The animals? Pshaw !. You don't think I'm afraid of them, sir? Not al all; but these cages, . sir, are such a dreadful place for draughts I;";~. ':'.
ALWAYS NOTICED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
"Well," said. Mrs': Smithson, as she nd her friend Mrs IHarkidis entered the ailhay train,: 'there's one : thing that nakes me disinclined to get into the last amtage.". Are ou 'afrad of the oilther trains atching tp andr unning into the hind arriage, Mrs. Smithson P' "No,Mrs-. . Harkins,= no. You see, ve'd be safest in the hind carriage if we ,hould cai'tchup d rua into soineother rain. " But it's on: account of the time oin' through the timnniels" " What do you' mean, Mrs. Smithson ?" "WVhy, hain't you ever noticed, MIrs. Harkins that it iakes the last carriage ionger to get out of the tunnels -than it toes the front obnes i ve always noticed it-and it stands to reason, too."
THE LAND OF USE-TO-BE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
THE •LAND OF USED-TO-BE. Beyond the purple, hazy trees Of summer's utmost boundaries; Beyond the sands, beyond the seas, Beyond the range of eyes like these, And only in the reach of the Enraptured gaze of memr.ery, There lies a land long lost to me The land of Used-to-be. A land enchanted-such as swung In golden seas when sirens clung Along their dripping brinks and sung To Jason in that mystic tongue That dazed men with its melody Oh, such a land, with such a sea, Kissing its shores eternally, Is the fair Used-to-be. A land where music ever girds The air with belts of singing birds, And sows all sounds wih such swee words That even in the lowing herds A meaning lives so sweet to me; Lost laughter tipples limpidly From lips brimmed o'er with all the glee Of rare old Used-to-be; Oh, land of Jove and dreamy thoughts And shining fields and shady spots Of coolest, greenest grassy plots, Embossed with wild forget-me-nots And all ye blooms that cunningly Lift up your faces unto me Out of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
A sE YOUR STOREKEEPER FRo Tom Smith's .. From absolutely Pure. . SUPERIOR Ially Grown I: . t T om ato " ':omatoes. .: : ..:_" ow g ... :; o -n Bottles., " Sauce Aigh grade Article. * surI'LeronW15 A MBERT, 0600ýý0'7ýT"..0 1 . ' ' .. ..Manufactrers.: .:. ilighett Railway Stati .o ,,Prc---' tt'r2dsor', 22Cq t Fi'- Ishred I(i. JN KLL - .--RNl ?l M.. . . . ..R ' -, '-..-:.384 . igh StreetSt 8t Kild ,and 488 p Street, ls bbourne opp fdarket Gardeer i Ass ocIeaIon Start Manfalcturer of Every Description of Saddlery and farnea-s.t lowest Prices Cotlaras ade and Fitted under Specal Supervision.. Awarded first Prizes i:o~al Agricultural Show, .1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First Prize for Coilars, 1912. A LARGE STIOCK OF 00DS ALWAYS ON IIAND Healthy & Unhealthy j. , t ".' n ....i.Iis.!" Much stress is frequently laid by Interested persons on the enormous advantages of electric lighting over gas from the hygienic point ofview. Hear what three eminent men have recently said on the subjec...
Moorabbin's Valuation IS IT EXCESSIVE? VIEWS OF HAMPTION RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
Moorabbin's Valuation IS IT EXCESSIVE? iBVJEWS OF 0rHAIfl TON RESIDEntS. A pspccinl -mcting of the lIamptoi Prý recs~s ssocintio" ;:ias held at ti?. iaatniil;t n i all: oonday?' to. decide wshat- fation: if ano should be taken in regard toi the iunicipal vavluations which: ', represended a -large increase Ovier-. lastIC year. 31rI. 11P. Anstee, Preaident' of the Assucedtion, occupied the chair, "and there -;ais ii lIrge at tendince The matter was ilisctissed at. lenthi but no resolution was sub mitted. !as it- was pointed out that the ratepjayers who considered . they were over valued ecould appeal. The. Chairmnn' explained the objects of the meeting. and imentioned that he had been iahedl by several members of the Association to convene the meeting to discuss the quiestion. Mr. Atkiinson enquired if the vacant ar?als and market garden, had also been increased in value. Cr. E;glestoin said he had no de tail information lut pointed out that there had lbeen a considerable increase in ...
IN A HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
IN A HOSPITAL. "Miserere mihi Domine et exandi orb tionem meum." Look in pity on Thy children, Sick and sorrowful are we; Thou who once didst heal the leper, .Miserere Domine. Sad our lives, and often dreary, Sickness on all siles we see; Jesaus, who didst help the leper, riserere Domine. Thou alone canst heal our weakness, All our pains are known to Thee; Jesus, who didst heal the leper, Miserere Domine. Teach us how to bear our burdens, Till thy mercy sets us free; Jesus. who didst heal the leper, Miscrere Dominc. May thy mercy cure us wholly, But if, Lord, that may not ha. Still in death, as in our sickness, Miserere Domine. --" The Hospital."
AN EASY DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
ii AN EASY DEATH. i3r:• . Saml. Johnson was a dear loves us .e, an?id drank it freely. On a certain ccasion he chanced to be taking tea in company where was present a woman who.not only held the fragrant herb in holy horror,but who believed it to be a poison. Sihe sat near to the doctor, and beleld hin receive his sixth cup." She had borne it thus far in silence, but when she sasv the good man about to empty anoh.ler cup, after having drank five of them, sie felt it her duty to speak, which slie did, feelingly and emphatically : ."My dear Doctor Johnson, do you knows what you are- doing? Do you know tlat you are drinking poison? Ii you are given to that habit, you may be sure thisatt is kdling you !" The burly doctor looked at her, first in amaze, and then quizzically; -with?the .aiting' cup suspended. With `reve rent- nod he replied: M" ladam' I thank.you for -your con cernin n my ielfare, but on..my account you need not be alarmed. I have been many, many years at this work, and if...
"THEN I'LL CLAIM HER AS MY BRIDE." [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
"THEN I'LL.CLAIII HER AS 1M1 BRIDE." i: wi;ll not fall in love," said he, " With maid of high or low degree; Nor seek by any specious arts To gain control of women's hearts. "Nay," said the simple-minded man, S" I shall adopt a wiser plan, And serve full seven years of life, If need be, to secure a wife. "in friendship's name on her I'll wait Until our tastes assimilate, 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, And prove the wisdom of my plan." Thus said the simple-minded man. "Love at first sight !" said she will scorn; "I don't believe the man is born Who could arouse my dormant heart And bid it from fixed rules depart. "Hot love soon cools! and I'll repent Not over wasted sentiment; For.'tis more proper to my mind To make a study of mankind. " The lover first should be a friend, And to the heart's high throne ascend By gradual steps; lest he despise : What comes to him an easy prize. :...
THE BOY'S CONUNDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
THE BOY'S CONUNDRUM. It is a simple affair-simple it; thought, mnd simple in its ridiculous situation, yet how many phases of real life it may be made to illustrate. I once brought down the house with it at a political meeting. I believed-truly and honestly believed-that the opposition, a mongrel hybrid affair, made up of sore-heads aspiring sycophants, had flooded the highnsaysand byeways of political thought with statements that were as false as they were ridiculous; and in considering the subiect of our opponents' devious ways, I said that their statements, and their argumsetu s tmight all be summed ep and answered exactly as the boy's conundrunm was answered. And there upon I told the following: A boy, who had gained an inkling of the formation of a conundrum, and whc had been posed by several knotty ones that had been presented by his com panions, concluded that he would try his nand at it, so he set himself at work, and finally propounded the following : "A boy of my acquainta...
PURVES' GENUINE SEEDS. SELECTED FOR MARKET GARDENERS. CABBAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
PURV ES' GENUINE SEEDS,. SEILECTED FUR MIARKET GAIDINEIIS. CABBAGE. East Ilam Victoria Market (proved stock).-My selected 'strain of :this winter calinge is unsurpassed by any other- in cultivation, producing large solid dark green heads,- which retain their color well after coming to 'ma turity. ONIONS. Extra Early Flat White (Langshaw's strain).-The earliest onion ic culti vation for bunching and- casing. New seed now ready. Extra Early Golden Glob'e.-Selected and grown from; the earliest and best keeping siuality of bulbs in produc tion, and cmsnot fail to give satisfac tiont to those market gardeners who require a first'class type of Onion for casing or bdgging. New seed now ready. i Please Note that I am Sole Agtnt for A. E. Rickett's well-known strain of; Early Globe Onion, grown at Warragul. CARROT. Selected Scarlet Intermediate-Fine clean roots,~ both long pointed and round pointed (my original strains). PARSNIP. Improved Hollow Crown.-FineI long smooth roots. New season's s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
R .,- Fost, M Pharmaceutical Chemist. Emulsion of God Liver Oil: With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda'' Pure and Palatable.-.: YOti PULMONART AFFEOTIONS. COOOHS. OOLDS. tDKB[LITY? , .ad WASTING . 1a 6d: DISPENSING A SPECIALTY: Foster's F:amous Remedies ANTI-CATARRHAL LOTION SIDNEY MIXTURE POWDER For the Relief of Backache" and A certain remedy for Accumula- other commonly experienced symp tions in the Throat and Nostrils, toms. /-,i and Post Nasal Secretions. 2/-. BLOOD MIXTURE E rFNIC? HAIR DRESSING For Blotches, Pimples, Boils, &d. 1/ An elegant and most effectual pre. paration for. Strengthening and HEAD LOTION Promoting the Growth of the fair, and rendering it beautifully An effectual and cleanly remedy Sutt, Glossy, and Non-oily. ?/-. for destroyihg Parasites.- 3/-. ECZEMA OINTMENTVER IUR A remedy for Skin Complaints. ,VEl MIXTURE Although an unrivalled prepara- For Giddiness, Bilious Headaches, tIon for the use which its name Drowsiness, and various Symptoms indi...
Progress Leagues GARDENVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
Progress Leagues GALRDENVA LE. Thenioiithlyi' i Leting :of ille Garden nile"" an astd Ellsterni-ick, Progres Associaition: i as- h'.dd `on Tiesda. rlie Cnlilfield Conuncil:d seierely ? ri, tini?ed "for: tlihir allegd rneglect :of theo distiict.: and. it iwas sopeily stated that ".:-iiatters which arosd'e roni thime to etbne did not rece?iv anyii cosider ittion ri t aile ýb :aiids of the Counnc?il Theli.lion,. J? ?;Bo3. B 'od wroite stktiiig that arrangenieaL slaid been niade for ai post ofice to be caiirried on. at" 'th cornier:dof Asiint;. anld liartin streets, in rthieshoji condnict:d by ',3fss. Camp hell. . LETII..LRGY, OF THIE COUNGIL he. Secretar i (Mr.. Watkins) re mnarked that the Council had agreed to place at lamp at the corner of Gardenvile anid BeConia roads. but so far:- haid. iot done so. The Council's letter ? promising to atteinl to the ilmatter was dited:lFebruary 13th. Tlhe President, mentioned that other lamps had also been promised as soon as: the roads were const...
[?]HE BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
i' Piibi IRGiillifN ('lq LUB.' iiiatcles' vii I- be played on 1 :i; ii 1usi-si. Dy the gm:iens previoous lI'fixed for. that date will ihe playtid oin??l .nia?t?elonday,y wihen the seasol ope;ui..- righton will journey to I-ootsrniy. Last aturdasy a rine tibe gamlle was played on the Beach ground "hetween last seasons players anid the recrui- ; tih former won by labout six godns. Football followers arn. reminded of the "'.Southern Cross" competltion, particulars of which appl ear iu anioth cr column. Coupons, which must be cut out of the "Southern ('ross," for E:iIster )1olonday's llmatches must reach this ullice not later thant ''uesdav next. Competitors, who have already forwmardd coupllns' for the opening utaiitel-sd s fir-t pIhlislw??, are ad vised that the slipls will be held .ovec for the second dll'Sa imatches. A par. iin rur last issu' inll rwnrd to Ilindei.rsotn ersed a stir in local fo~tliall circles. HIndtierson aksures es that there is no foundation what e\er for the ruma...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
Focotball. l~w kilooiiia is. the ;lro~:ronttttle o Smatchles far tthe Ireiti:rslnp o -the A·_-·; r--·~pril -13 rotca 'q(mj:; lirib~htan;. , ~:Noi rtltco6. " V d!ral'r tut .:i W~illiutiotoun 2.I' a ett tiu. ~ II lUltomstassn \'ili llt w 1 r za B a I·latytlioro. v: ]±siiscndont. 1 art -r7i~l~~ot ,ilrue·-·, Natut.:::::: 1ooltscrnol;v. v Port M:~el anonie.'. ~ j Ii llioiiitotii 1 jlort I·Elolcil at usI-:` .Nal~crth~Lo~'~ r;tL \= I niiiit' ~ N-~inth; SIllourti '\ tlo Irah:ioti . Itnihlwi Brtinte Il~ i.11~hlL.\..,rT·t. i gjlclttrj h'aljl if; iw~ 13.~lillii~l CIII~. l ;·:rtht-o :; ·~ '. i~ ~:ortlcou~
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
]First and Foremost. "W. Robinson, Butcher, New Ac., Brimhton. Tel. 94 5. Established, I 59 Auctions. THE ELSTERNWICK BRANCH of the ESTATE AGENCY of MESSRS. BUTCHER & ROBSON Bas now been purchased, and will in future be carried on under the sole Management of GEO. BUTCHER (late of Brighton), who is prepared to SELL YOUR PROPERTY - COLLECT YOUR RENTS ARRANGE INSURANCES, &c. Local Agency. Scottish Union and National Insu' ance Co.-FIRE, ACCIDENT.' Flouses For Sale from £30 Deposit: balance on Rent Terms. - Land For Sale Without Deposit. BUTCHER & ROBSON (G. Butcher). Opposite Railway Siding, ELSTERNWICK. Telephone .-. . . .Brighton 661. OPEN SATURDAY AFTERNOONS. I Live on the Premises and am Always Available. Educational. COREA GUc LS' SCHOOL, ST: AN -. DREW ST., BRIGIHTON. . .... Principals MISS GLASCOTT and MISS ASIU?. S Visiting. Teachers- . English' Language and Literature hiss E. .M. IcConachie. M.A., first class Honours and Final Schollirship School of Mo...
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. NOMINATIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
1 E -ERAL SS 1. . IO..... NOMIN\TO!\, OICrLUBS: Th''e fortnig?til nidcetii" of thc rime - cral'issociation s?-n held -at o"loorabi in on Tuesday, ;?,-hera. President Mic ka? occupied the chair. liothinations were received from ltuhs -us .'folis :--Seniors: Chelten harm. Mooraltbin, Midkdle Brighton, tloorabblin Park, Caulfield, Ileather on, Cuarruni, IBlack Rock anid Sand ringham,. and - 3lentonc: .Jluiors: Morliallor, Elsternivick, Camniden ''own, Gardenvule, CGlcnhuntly, and Cheltenhamt, The Secretary was dltetcd to pire pare list -of matches for both grades. G;I'OUNII FOR FINAL. IMATCIIES. 'The Blrighton and .3ettone groundsi wer"e pt)rotlpoted for e hefinal mnitchts. Trhe ,voting ,wvs against the ,trightuon grouitl, and a secost amniidinentl pro posing. the (:hehltenhai ground was lnrried by one vote. Mr. Scullti (the Chcltenh:uam dIlegate) renmarked that the Ch'ite!nhaun ground was enclosed. Later on inl tIle Illeetinlg Mr. B3alding (Aleniitoinel seu.liitted- ia notice. of, tno...
Kitchen Wrinkles. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
lifcben Wrinkles. A, cut lemon rubbel oilo the foreheud will cure a- severel headache. If you mix:i a IEttle carmon Ibaking soda with the bathbrick you will find the knives swill: clean much easier. :. If the lamp' wick" is getting -slhorL' sew a piece"of Ilanniel; o -the eistl" of if. .This ill lbe found to be as good as a sew wick. : To `renmovo ithe mrk of a scorch, wet w'haltever is scorcled with cold water and place ?it n the sun. When dry the mark will have disappeared. When bluiing -al'ples pick the heavi est; also test-'the frut by v~seeing if when pressed with the: tlhumb, it yields with a slight cracking sound.: Brown lioots and shoes should be rublbed over with a slice of raw po tato before the polish is applied. This cleans and removes' the stains iuite easily. Fiihns on starcl canlie avoilmkd by inalisng starch in the usual way, adl ding half ai teaspoonful of salt, and ,,avering with a thick cloth to -pre vent 'steani meanling. lWhen steamiign potatoes linut, aclbth ov...
Good Puddings [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914
food Puddiilgs . I aiolo ting recipes for puddinga ,. \, .peneive, an, being quilts' dii irt a each other, rill afflord a rit rt which to choose i l 'uttitding.-- eatt 2oz:.e f 'bltc ;d ioz. of sugar togethler add ,f 'lur, two breakhifast ctiupfuls of , ,t crea, tflavtour with viun ntd fold in the. stilly whipped. S rof four e?,-s. i;ke in well Lc" tty pe ns and cover with rimi . ,rle.tL .,,i.!, Piudin-.-Bent the yolks of with two cupfuls of suigar, ff :~,i" ttilrt ao nlilk and -one tea l ',,,n ,f i ntiilla. Rub one pint of ipl,. througih a sie've add: ,: itl of butter to the hot. he mix with the milk tand _ ·I, ,r.ll into a deep pudding dish t:,, ir t.e-half hour. Whip the ~...... three ,"g'igs stiff with three i:,,.,?ilnk of Itpotwdered csugar, or r the pudding and I:rowa li , tl, in tih .3ten. Serve cold Sand ru. ?r , ',i lin z.- Butter n a ptiart ,rh I,! ",n. -rinkle with sugar. 3fix , h rries. and citron. -lb: of ail, n:ul flae the fruit in alternate t .. iii slices of stale sp...