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Cheltenham Court [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 4 April 1914

Cheltenham Court A batch of offenders against the regulations of the Railway Ch elart ment were before the Cheltntiim CDurt on Wednesday on charges of ri ding in first class carriages on second class tickets, and as a result the con solidated revenue benelited to the ex tent of £11. Rupert Hallinan, of Col lingwood, Lionel 3lonahan. of Abboti ford,' John Brennan, of 3lordialloc. Victor 31Munro, of Auburn, Joseph Dca kin, of South Melbourne, Alex. Cook, of Richlondo. and Alex. 31Pl'herson, of Northeote, were fined 20/- with 110/ costs each; Minnie CGarvin, of North Carlton, Louisa and Evelyn 3'Intosh, of Fitzroy, Edith O'Neil, of Colling? wrood, 10/- with 5/- costs each, Mrs. M. and Miss L,. lHallinan, Collingwood, and Mxrs. 3. Deakin, South Melbourne, 10/- witlh2/6l costs each, and Mliss M. Grimbly, of Brunswick West, 19/- with 10/- costs. HORSE TRAINE'IS FEES. 11. Chestermnan proceeded agaInst A. T. 3'Leminan, of Glenthomipson, for the recover- o £18S 18/- for 31 weeks tllaning of ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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NEPEAN ROAD TRAM TRACKS. ENGINEER'S RECOMMENDATION TO BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

\ELE\k RO ho `1TRA ;.Mrhi I ACKS Cr )huills eaquired if. the ]ia now wchat wiere ti ioaird l s plat , e coading, ,:the :; tran;m' tra.?on a pei~f TIe nE? inecr said thei Boiiirds iolicy. a.as to metail the ?road. 18 feet wide. bIt niot to toclth the triani tradck:ela hitd recoimnieixideld tlihe Board 't imetall hetereca the tranm pates wiith tarred macurlgdii, :l :;Ie had -albco .nide a re coainiendation 'regardilig th liiritn ini Centre l).Indcifog ro: d.': ??If the tr"an iraikk`. cer `not' propserl metaalled gar deners wo id: lwo tilnm. ettalled road in ipreferi?ce to the trhak. 'That inattier would'-have .to remain in abvaicicevuil til be saw :the Board: .

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WORK FOR THE STEAM ROLLER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

WORK FOR TI II ST'lEAM O?i LE0. iir. It. If. W eodeo', .Engineer for Dandenong, applied for the hire of .the steaihi roller for a plriod of three nonths, endiig- Juine 30th 1914.1 to u!ed in connection. with thdieeconstre-" tion of the Nepelaaroad, lietween 3lii dialloc aid :Fraitkdson;~ by the Country Roads Bloard. Cr.: Millsl mov'ed that the reques t ? ranthed, am l., charge of £;4 per week e .made.: lid mentioiied that ;,?Et 3arrum :the imetal ::a-ii bein"eirspread to -a.widtlfof 16. feet 'inil t2?:incheli eep.- and: blinded': with l'si?eeiings ii steand of eclay . ter·:,: " Cr.: Marriott ? seconded the?: iotion. Cr. Scudls iconsideredithcl?charge :hould be ? - .day . SCr, Ilills.--Tie roller i? olt being used at the priesent tinme. Tlie Engineer did ·not think the rol Icr.:could be loaned fori three' months. Ho explined ha that tle -urreyrhad !bee completdl for .the i,?Nelpean road rbe tweenl ',,ordialloe iind.Brighton boout dry, u.iid , the sspecitietions w?oull be completed di...

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Main Roads. BOARD'S PROPOSALS FOR MOORABBIN. RECONSTRUCTION OF MORDIALLOC BRIDGE DEFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Main Roads. BOARtD'S PROPOSALS -FOIR -1o0R AIIBIN. - RECONSTRUCTION O01. 3IORDIAI- LOC BltIiG lUDI)E 'IRRUEI) The Country IRoads Board notiflic thd ioorabbin Council on Mlonday that it was not intended to recoun struct the bridge over the 3lordialloc Creek in collnect.n.l with the road non tract now in hand, but as soon as the latter was completed they would i\ve the matter consideration. It would' he advisable for the engineers for 3ordialloc and I)andenong to fur nish the Board with a report as to he existing condition of the bridge. lTe En.rineer was instructed to con er with the !)andenong Engineer.

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The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's thy God's and truth's SATURDAY, APRIL, 11, 1914. District News BRIGHTON [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

.et all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth'.. SAJTRlITI)AY, A.1'ftL II, 1911. District News Bill GI1 TON Thle a-utuimn -show of tile Brighton Ilorticultlral Society tak'es place in the .Drill l]ool onou 'lhuredaY nest, and will= be .ojPeild by thle Lord Macor (Cr?i:D" V. D erinessy) at 3.30 p.m. lntries for ?thle ,arious sections are coinli i! l freetly, and the display rljiroPises io be?a, success. The special Iriz? -'ffieretl include the Brighton Chliisa;sitihefilI .' Cup donated by Cr. P' r1?Prnlcii for 12 Japanese rivy siiutlieniiinss culi to be won twice Aiiateur UChrysanthemull Cup, gift of Mrs.bW:-' . F. Weigall for 12 Jllapnese Chrisi Sthemnums; the Brighton Dahlia Cup, jre?ented by Cr J. It. Burrows for '4 cactus ddulias ; and a special tro phy from the Society for the best dis pla', from the "Argus" selection of-2-t roses. )uring the evening a promle iade. coalcert will be conducted at which selections will be conlributedl Iy M.bss El. I Treweek...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

ectich~vMill alud Timber Yard Ryerythin e at Melbourne Prices. a e.R. 0. TEMME Late TEMME and HANLEY 245 Bay Street, Brighton. LADIES I We have the best assorted stock in the' district, and the prices:: are f;r belowi? ~r v other drapers.' - .I believe in small profitsi I buy for cash, import direct, 'and mhanu)cture" what I can in the district, thereby saving the middleman's profit. Just arrived. £100 worth of Osman ette Flannelettes, 36 inches wide, in plain, white and stripes, suitable for .Underclothing, and Pyjama' Suits. These are marked 25 per cent. below the present value. Also a large stock of Dress Mater ials, suitable for costumes. Some lines are very scarce. Come and be measured for a costume. We make them to fit you measured for the same price as stock ones. Choose your own styles. We have pleased hundreds of ladies. Ask your neigh hour if she has had one. If not, send her 'along. We will please her also. SHOW ROOM[. Tweed One-piece Dresses, at 7/6 and 9/1.trimmed butto...

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Building Regulations. MOORABBIN'S BYE-LAW. CAN IT BE ENFORCED? [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Building Regulaions. l001.\LABIIN'S BYi-LAtW. CAN P, "13BllEN'ORGCEl)? Powers are conferred upion municipal ties by the local (fovernimentcd t to maki e biy-laws : reglatinlg, ..aiongst other things, tlhe crc tionii, f''lwlings in tleir partidaculer dlistricts. 'The ?iooralbin , Shire: Council his l adopted this privisron;, blit ti it "silch a large area to cover ithg- oflitee Lhave a dilli cult task to enforce the bye-la?. Coni plaints Ihave fequently beeninade that 'uiklings are leiti erected in contra vention of the regiulatioi, nfian Inst year the. assistait inpector, was ap pointed to supervise ti e rectini" "of buildings, liht his otlier daiits lpi-re vented hitn giving. nsuiel of his timo, to this ilmportant matteri.. The eree tion of small dwi'ellingsialougside large residences was frequiently referred- to at the Council table, mid Councillors were agreel that a determined stand should he taken, but beyond this stago they seoiied powerless to act. The subject .was dis cussi....

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BEAUTIFUL SNOW [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

BEAUTIFUL SNOWI Be Mason Sroovursat. Oh ! the snow, the beautiful snow I Filling the sky and earth below; Over the housetops, over the street, Over the heads of the people you meet. Dancing, flirting, skimmiLa along Beautiful snow I it can donothing wrong. Flying to kiss a fair lady's check Clinging to lips in a frolicsome freak; Beautiful snow, from thahleavens above, Pure as an angel, gentle as love. Oh I the snow, the beautiful snow! flow the flakes gather and laugh as they go Whirling about in their maddening fun ; It plays in its glee with every one. Chasing, laughing, hurrying by, It lights on the face and sparkles the eye; And the dogs, with i. bark and a bound, Snap at the crystals that eddy around. The town is alive, and it's heart's in a glow. To welcome the coming ot the beautiful snow How wildly the crowd goes swaying along, Hailing each other with humour and song! How the gay sledges like meteors flash by, Bright for a moment, then lost to the eye Ringing, swinging, das...

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Moorabbin Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Moorabbin eouncil The ordilary mceting, of the stdoo ras~iin Shire Council was held on lonoaay eveiing;iu when the President (Cr. Ferdinando), Crs. Scudds, White, Kelly, Smith, Brownfield, Narriott,. dills, Shields; Eggleston . 'Small. and Burgess attended. .BOUNDARY ROADS. The Briliton Coun?iltintimated that through-the recent annexation of the Brighton Bedfich triangle 'the agree meat for.. the miiintenance of lboun dary roads was, effected. ,. ith' .a view' to readjustment- of thet scheimb they', suggested that thd engineers should confer and submit a report.-' Agreed to. ALUAT'ION APPEAL COURTS. The president decided. to hear ap pbals against the valuations " at the Shire Hall on Wednesday. next for the North. East and South ridings, and the Sandringham Public Hall on Thursday for the West riding and Black Rock, at 6 p.m. on each day, NOXIOUS WEEDS. The Shire of. Beechworth referred to the spread of St John's Wort through the State, and convened a conference to be held at Beechw...

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RIVALS IN THE ORGAN-LOFT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

RIVALS IN THE ORGAN-LOFT. The Birmingham Gazette receitly gave an account of .a disgraceful scene which took place ia a Wesleyan Methodist chapel in one of the Black Country circuits one Sunda; morning. It appeared that for some time previous there had been a dispute with the organist of the chapel and the choir, and one Sunday moroinga newchoirmastor,appointed by the trustees of the chapel, was present to conduct the singing. For twenty minuter before the beginning of the service ihere wal wrangling between these oi cix.:s as to who should give out the hymns and tunes; and notwithstanding the intervention of the preacher and others, neither would yield. T'he dispute was prolonged for a quarter of an hour after the time for opening the service. The preacher then went into the pulpit, and gave out the first hymn. The strains of the organ wes heard; but after two lines had been played they suddenly ceased, as the choirmaster was preventing tile boy from blowing. Thereupon the organist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

ASSURANCE CORI'ORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marhne Acoident Workers' Cop? ~Pation VIGTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUIREN ST., IMELBOURtNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRIC AGENCIES. ;I:;ll'?:--Y.. P. Simmououds,. I:tule Agent, 1'ay Street. 11)1 l1. Ili(.,lllION-Connor and Alford, Estate Anirns, Church Str eet ,T. I(l,)A--Prince and Co., Estate Agents, 256 High Street. SANDliINGIIA3I-Round and Co., Estate Agents, Melrose Street. i'Al'l.lliFLl--ltarold Looker and Co., opposite Caulfield Station. t(;11\l)iNt F. -Thomson and Collinson, Estate Agen:s, Gardcnt?rle. BALACLAV\A--A. E. Forster, Lotate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street. SE . BARTLETT GOVERNMENT FAMILY BUCHER, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. ILatcst Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Gre.:t Bone for Poultry Cut Daily. Poiltry and Rabbits Always on Hand. C;ats a.uly to Ormond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick, East Mlalvern, CaulfieldCarneigie, Glen HIuntly and Murrunbeena, And Surroundin...

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LAND OF THE AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

LAND OF THE AFTERNOON. I know a wondrous land of pearl And pink anii golden gleam, Above whose lattlements of cloud Broad 'rimaso banners stream. Beyond the azure depths of noon, Far down the west i lies, Its gate, the setting sun, is eleft Through saffron-coloured skies. Its seas are floods of amber light, Where stately cloud-ships sail, And violet mists, its silvery domes And palace walls enveil. Athwart the dewy shadows, that Forever eastward creep, The long-winged swallows silently In mazy ncires sweep. It is the realm of finished toil-' To weary hands a boon And 'twixt the day and twilight lies This Land of the Afternoon. Mollie Corwin, of Shelbyville, Indiana, ha just married her ninth husband, called Co. sack; six of her former ones are still alive. It takes nine tailors to make a man, but now this woman requires nine husbands before she issuit-ed. An Esquimaux young lady, Miss Oldj Krarer, is coming forward as a publieo tle turer. She stands only 40 inehes high. Ehe is very ...

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JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

J iUIOItS. A meestoei for the formatlon of a football' club was held at lientleigh on Saturday. It was resolved to en ter a eanm, to le known as the El lindale .Juniors, in the Federal Junior Grade, and the oflicers elected were President, Mr. C. S. ,Judd; vice-presi dent, Mr. J. Geary; secretary, Mr. J. Thynne; and captain, Mr. E. lIanna ford. Middle Brighton had a run against the Church of Christ team, and won by 10 goals to 4. Middle expect to have several new players in the team I this season. Foo, a clever forward and a rover, is training with St. Kilda. It is understood that Cheltenham will be without the services of Cap-f tain Butler, Slater and A. Biehl-a ytrio who put in good work last sea son for the club. Slater is having a run with Essendon League. Mooranin have a preliminary run with Moordbbin Park this afternoon, on the Park ground,. I

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'HE INFLUENCE OF A HUMANE WOMAN ON A ROUGH CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

'HtE NFLUENCE Or A HUMAN- . WOMAN ON A ROUGH CROWD. It was nothing but a yelping street ear, whose leg had been run over by a passing waggon, but it had a voice pathetio and shrill enough to wake the dead. . "Get out I" yelled a man close to whom it passed, and he raised his cane to ahas Use it for offending his ears with suah an earthly howls; but the poor brute only "ki-yi-d" the louder. " Seat I" cried a bootblack, swinging his kit around a lamp-post after the cur. " Tie s can to its tail I" he yelled to some more I boys, on second thought, and off they scor, ried after the caudal ornament, only paus ing long enough to shy a stone, which pro duced a new and more discordant series of yelps. " Why doesn't some one call the police to shoot him?" indignantly demanded a well. dressed lady, stopping her ears to shut out the sound. "It's a shame to allow such things I" And still the dog's cries of pain rang shrilly down the street. "If some one had sense enough to give him a dog-button,...

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THE ASSOCIATION SEASON. OPENS ON MONDAY. BRIGHTON JOURNEY TO FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

OPENS : ON 3IONDAY.,_ BRICGTON JOURNEY TO FOOTS CRAY. Tlhb A ttsoeiation season opens onl 3Iouday, whena Brighton visit the -rtunmd at Footscray West to play Footscray. Supporters tho desire to witness the match are nottlied that the train leat ijfg Sandringharm at 1.12, Brighton Beach at 1.19. arrives at Spencer street at 2.29. A train is sctheduled to leave Spencer street at 2.13, arriving at West Foatscray at 3 o'clock. An earlier train fron S mtlringham--12.18 --connects with the 1.37 from Spencer street, arriving at the ground at 2.2. Another means of reaching the ground is to liook to Footscray, and then walk about a mile. Supporters catch the 1.20 p.m. train from Sandring ham which connects with the 2.-I tram from Williamstown platform at Flin ders street, arriving at Footsoray at 2.19. A later train leaves Flinders street at 2.26, and arrives at Foots cray at 2.11. On the return journey trains will leate West Foot.cray at 5..l9 and GS.1, and lootscray at .Uj7 and G.S. The ma...

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A FRENCH BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

A FRENCH BREACH On PROMISE CASE. A young couple were about to be united, the banns had been made public, cards sent out to the friends, and the wedding.dresl had received the finishing touches of the dressmaker. The wedding-day came on and nothing more was wanted but the bridegroom. This indispensable man had, however, thought a second time abor.t he marriage, and he never came. The dis appointed bride brought an action for damages against her too fickle suitor. The sentence of the Boziers Bench is extremely curious. " Whereas the promise of mar iage," so it runs, " was of public notoriety, he banns were published, and a rude oreak ing-off of the marriage was calculated toin jure the bride's family; whereas the latter had been to a considerable expense in view of the bridal dress and the accessories (euphemism for troseeau),the bridegroom is bound to compensate them, etc. The bridegroom is sentenced to £160 damages for the moral injury to the family (not to the bride I), and to inde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Educationla ROSBERCON,. GIRLS',: GRAMMAR SCHOOL end KINDERGARTEN, NORTH ROAD, NOITH BIIGHTON. 5 minutes from Gardenvale Station. 10 minutes from Electric Trum. Large grounds; excellent accommod.s tion .for Boarders. - Pupils prepared for University, Primary, Junior, and Senior Examinations; Also for University Local Examine tions in Musie. Principals MISS TIEDALL and MISS CONSTANCE TISDALL;, .A Class Singing and Physical Culture have always formed part of the curriculum. Dancing and Special Physical Culture Lessodn are open to Eon-Pupils. Three'Terms for 1914 Begiu February 10th. June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be Enrolled any' time pro rata. :'NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL,: i"KIORA,". 0T:S IH ROAD; BRIGHTON BEACHII - SECONDARY.- PRIIMARY,:I --.SUB-PRtIMARY. Seoen Minutes'. Walk fromnTraini or 'Tram. - The' school is beautifully situated; with exceptional accommodation for boarders. . Pupils prepared for JUNIOR and SENIOR PUBLIC Examinations ; also for University and all other exanin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

The UALITY Butcher-K. lorrison BAY ST. BIT SaBC/r Hampton St. T I 227 Br~ jhirn. Howard Weber, :Painter, ErfECi.L STOCK Paperhanger, REASONAItIE PRICES. OF General Renovator, - .WLLPAPER. " . '-".. MILL STREET, BRIGHTON. Gardeners I WATERTIGIITS and ,BLUCHERS. Th', Bekst in Quality means the Best Wear -and the most. Comtort. The Best is Always the Cheapest.: *195* --_ eorsT U. T.MATTHEWS. ...-.s pAE-arn g BOOT PALACE. Toonom . - C -p-t e Bu ar, Gý neral Contrarrt . 5 CHARMAN ROAD, - a ltrB CHELTENHA'M Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS TIIE BEST-GIVE HIM A TRY. " To the General Public of Cheltenham and District.-Two things worth SRernieibering-J. T. MATTHEWS S1.-Has an up-to-date Stock, at your doors. 2.-Skilful and Tradesanlike - Repairing a Specialty with him. Carpenters, Builders & General Contrartors. All Classes of lrions , Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and in any Btate of the Sewerage Work Commonwealth. IN THE Executed onr ldg'g Executed on SShortest Notice. dlans Prep...

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HAD MET BEFORE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

HAD MET BEFORE. v Now, sir," began the counsel for the der !ence, knitting his brows and preparing t annihilate tLa witness whom he- was about. to cross-examine, "you say your name is Williams. Can you prove that to he your real name! Is there anybody in the Court. room who can swear that you haven'/ assumed it for the purpose of fraud and de ceit?" "I thinkyou can identify me your. self," answered the witness. "I put that soar over your right eye twenty-five years pgo when you were stealing apples out of my atbher's orchard. I'm the same Williams." i4 counter attraction--A pretty girl be. h in d it. Q .o The English Language.-William--'. be oart was decidedly coarse." Henry--'"~o her acting of is was excellent." Willietl 101 course."

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COMIC SONG BY A GER PROFESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

i COMIC SONG 13Y A GER PROG ESSOR. We were a fashionable and highly s fured party. We had on our best clothe end we talked pretty, and were very happy all except two young fellows, students jnsb. returned from Germany, common-plnac young men, who seemed restless and unso·l fortable, as if they found the proceediali flow. The truth was we were too clever fer them. Our brilliant and polished conversea dion and our high-class tastes were beyoni them. They were out of place among They never ought to have beer 'Ihere at all, Everybody agreed upon that later on. Somebody recited a French poem afte supper, and we said it was beautiful, and then a lady sang a sentimental allad in Spanish, and it made one or two of us weep --t was so pathetic. And then those two young men got Uap and asked as if we had ever heartd Herr Slossonu Boechen (who had juastarrih., an4 was then down in the supper-room' sing his great German comic song. . 4 None of :- had heard it, that we could re member. . f R The ...

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