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

" Electric Saw Mill and Timber Yard -· Jerything at Melbourne Prices. Maopherson and Lawe, iddl rihton. Telo **l--Mi*l-* --mid and L--N--.awrie, Middle BrIghton.e T nh Ti1 M Late TEMMWE and HANLEY 245 Bay Street, Brighton. LADIES I We have the boet assorted stock in the district, and the prices are for below any other drapers, I believo in small profits. I buy for oash,- import direct, and manulfcituro what I can in the district, thereby savingi the middloman's prolit. Just arrived .'100 worth of Osman otto Plannelettes, 36 inches wide, in plain, white and stripoe, suitable for ,Undorclothling and Pyjanma' Suits, These are marked 25 per cent. below the present value. Also a largo stock of Dress Mnatr ials, suitablo for costiume', 8omo lines are very scarc.o Come and b6 measured for a costume. Wo make them to fit you measured for the same price as stock ones. Choose your own styles, Wo. have pleased hundreds of ladies, Ask your neigh bour if she has had one. If not, send her along. W...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

LIYBtcn\ 1i iii W2Vber, Papo\ RE NA1o{A,L PuiMCI?8. 01' General ilonovator, \SVALL PAPr~s. SIPLENDIJP VA]JIP.I' voter~or, IN AL\A\'YS ON I lAND, ALTI ioUniUL' Repairer. (Inrtlcnors i \A\'1'i~ll'I'[C'liI'S burl IT 1.11('1INIZ8, Tho Dcel in Qluailiy nIcans tho Ikosi \Wear niid to nwa Comforot,. Tho Ilost is Always (Tie (Cheapet1. RcPAITNI. E01 ' P/LA(Ju,: TGORDP.R. -1 -, C'P * II Teepon 10 Che IrtLnhaHA KEEPS 1.11E~ IlES'l'- (,l VE 1111a1 A 'TRYE. To_ the, Gonorld P.ublic of ('heltenham aw i-iI)istilv. -Two things worth ý" I- lmoluOheriIg-J, I'I iIAJ'11TIIEWS 1.-It-a an up-to-dato Stock at your doors. 2.-Skilful and Tradoomahlike Repairing a Specialty with him, Carpcnter€, DuIder s &Cza. Generaýl Coýavntr6 actors. Al Classes of`ork E ecuted 'tl ons Work Executed N HIN Additions and An State of the , , CmmO~rn ealth, i "IN 'fTHEI Sewerage Work >. ,. Executed on anm P tp ?e4 t4 II 'i Shortest Notice, Plans Prepared . and Estimatei -i Submitted. : Men of Lowest Rates for All T...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Main Roads. BOARD'S PROPOSALS FOR MOORABBIN. RECONSTRUCTION OF MORDIALLOC BRIDGE DEFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

M~ain Roads9 IIOAI?' PR1) 1'1(OSA I ,S FORt MOOlR A 11.11N. RI S OI i11101)1IO OF I)IKP IU.ItAi) 111h) Countiy 1100(15, 110ar( notifilSd thc) lloornhhlin (ouivil oil Moui(Iny thant it wVttS not intended~ to cl'cll- titrout I heo holL: o\e ovr Ililu Jlortliallot ta now, ill handt, 1)1(1 its soon its the ottcr v'u om plneO hted they wotii ~iv-c the mft (ter c ll4i)leltion. It llI( h' (td\'isauleli for the cIlgulnlerN for 2Iordiatlioe 1111( I)OuiVetaIng ilo fur) 11i111 tilt Board( wit toIII report fit; IC) tihl exluta)11 (:g (1 c odt)o (of 11h0 lridge. I'Ih 1nI.iL1tcel wi~lt illitli(tled to en for with the0 i)((((teleonp hnin~o~or,

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News BRIGHTON [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

District Neews 1'1)11 ililtlllll ll (,h\ i of ll Il' Brighton Ilortlicult unil 4I SIV~ic \ u Itlitch i I will he ttetidl hii' I .ord Muyor (Crl I). V. li'ltt tsSV) ( 3,3t 1,it111. lAitritit tor tlht' \uttriu;ia; ctitt uu altr Iti/u tulivh' i f julylitilt tiullt itisrlttt pityru tu t i t, t ut m it 'le 53 The sliei'tilN pritue, Ulfrtti ii I l le tvttti1 iri pruiti ttleir tut itti t i ill 'tt til( tthtt 'iltt bh itt slullheiit lll'l 111n5 11' o h wo wc ·\ltiiu teni' (lis ' it I t hnu u ('111I, gilt fr uni t Mu N11' lluhuiJIlini\ p111' fTront the Sciciel\· for ( Ih ho t ( lis Illit; s 'I'('r'L'w ulci , II r, I', (oic! l her, and 111· \', W. iiiultulli: Slnuw proUress is )oing '11mad1(10 with th deOlellopent, of Ilurlinglham ESKta to 11s a llirts ground, T11111 Council hasl asked the eng?iner to uubmit a plan for tho tnloe of the N'epean road and other fmrintnges, n11 (1 at onDlly's mooting tho Filtanc0e Collmillitea worked itself Iup into (l slew, a(nd decidel to lpost notices prohl it...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURLY-LOCKS' PETS. First Child: [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

lFirt ('lhid ; Iurly-locks, Cuirly-tl,;k, out\ tell me true, Whlit do you love, vwhat is precious to you ? Fell iue your' pets. for I know yvu'\ie a host, Aud l i tell you iiiot :ur:ely the onie you love iisist, Secoorl Phil t Bright eye:;, dear Itright eyes, a bitten have 1, As pretty a kit s you ever dlid spy; And i've a doggie - littWe white pup That kisses my face when I gather it up. F'irst Child : Curly-locks, Curly-locrks, stli I am sure, You've a dear little plt that you treamiro yet ,iecid Child : I hlave a lhulh that is Lrierce' ad lwhite, And ?!, r little bunnie?? • eIautifld sight; 'Theni I have iinea pigs , peacocks, iandl f isvls, Aind iuncle hait, sut ll11; two tiny taine owls i Firs hild : (Jitrlyloc:k , ?ur hly rlock , tell '1 the rest - You've it doli little treasuic that you love far the best R'e'o/d (/hild : Why, I've. a poIny- so dappled and browin, I ride hhim so gaily biy meiadw alnd t'own Then imy pretty Poll parrot is leienily and lrie, An1l I love Iuy ealar...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEAUTIFUL SNOW [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

BEAU)''lUJL SNOW1 BY MAJool SinooEm?'. Oil I the snow, the beautiful eiowv lilliiig the oky and earth beolow; Over the howiustopl, over the Otreet, Over the helads of the people you meoot Dancing, tlirting, sIilinii.;; along---. lleautiful snow I it lnm donothinllg wrong, 'lying; to kisi a fair lady's check Clinging to lipl in a froliciomlo froak; lloautiful snow, froim the heavenc above, P'lro as all angll, (enitilo as lovo. Oh I the nnow, the boietifuil unow! I ow the flakes galther and laugh as they go \hirling iaiout in their maddeninig fun; It plays in its gleeo it1h tvory on.01 OChsi;ng, laughiig, hurrying by, It light onil the face and sparkloe the eyo; And tlho dogi, with a barik and i bound, Snap at the crystals that oddy around. 'leo town is alive, and it'n lheart's inl a g(low. To weoloomi tlhe cominlll of the beautiful 1novn How wildly tile crowd gool twanying along, Ilailing oachl othcr with hulmour and songU' How the gay sledges like inotoora flash by, Bright for a mo1...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BOY WHO "CAN'T." [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Til l, Iit)' Who II( "AN'I', fle is no particular fl'ied of mine -.thi: boy who "can't,"' anl I lon't knIiw very tolch laboutl hill ; an, moreover, \hiwti I do know is not at all to i li ' credit, iL t iue to1ll you, little folks, just a very little abouti this )'omug genthlknan. Thu other da., --. htla stay lirst of all I ought to itll You hlinnM e. It i.; Jim. Now, thent, to procied. The 'otlt't day I. heard a little dialog;ue hetween i.11 and his- mother, which, perhalhs you nmay like t to repe(at, lire it i: *- " itm y, deant, will you please' get in (?.cuttle of coal for mother beforec you start. for school this alter'oon ?" SOh, mothlr', I can't. I :,hall he lat(, and, oh, vell --1 cni't." And off J liont v ral , and the por tired mnother herc.lf ihad to fetch in the coal that made the fire at which Jill warted his hanL(ds whel he carme homll to tea. That wi\ -l't iuch to his l ei ldit, silt it ? Not long a:;o Jim had a half -holiday, and li(e ttltn ollli to have a lime tine o...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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HAD MET BEFORE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Nov ', jir ; iaiiu tiio cu;iio ul for tiro (l0 fonco, knitting liisi libiowi fnul roepun, to Okniliiir to Ll, Wviiiii2: whin om 110 W03bout to oroall(.oaimim, iyol 1;uy your name it WVilliam:l. C(Jan yOU ju1'ov thiad to b1m yoo Coil ininio' 1. *Ilhr Ibm nyhody in the Court. room who (11(Oilu omfwo ihit you havomo' ceinummod it, hi liii pumpowo of trawd and 1&i ueil'l" " 1 iiilc yoeim 'u iduitify iou younr dolt," iocvoler thu 'itnicu i, "''1 ut that Boar over your rig ht (ovi I wnty livo yOaiO Ingo whe YOU \tlil l t Iihi jig uijIW1 oiut of lay tltra o otul rd. Ii I ho miimo Williamou," ~Mild it, P. '1.110 I,11 l;illlilJ ' {h ( LI. illi am()) ..... ( ihal oiiit Vaumi luojihcdhy uo~i';u,' (tomi y-".' Umm16 her acting; of it jt tO r~uuclulont," WitiUltu fOI ooa 0033

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

SlIini ific ent lE lhuin nI alln, , l lnrnll eled I ,raeis i:i be?.ow ied iy Ill who have riviwed Allen'l Choie New +oh, S 'l'he sioltve the th probl mi of Hnpplysii Homitohing heioitiful ---sonwthc'lling u ll wo- t hli n: ~lustnin--nd being hought it moist. advni tugiut prieei , il they ire now priced _ - Newest Noods Now Shwing. l)ssionlus l '1ss'weeds, nisi al elseetsi in g~riy, brown, and ."eon, 2 , yard. sr 'Minerva' Serge, in indigo dye, 12-.iihl, 2:1; Mlin.lh, only . . ...... . . 2 1 yard, Panly 'Il'Teedl?--to he verv poIlplhr-tan, ,Hoe, grey, fhain; also Stripod a Milton; at Allen'o a nly, 1 1l yard, NE\\' HIsIt --Hilk P? I lshteo, mi u ono , a n , i grs y, llu y, 'royal blue, tango, tblack, ivory, 2 11 yard ; hlack imery, I/S yard, Men! Men! Don't Miss These! N IEWESIl' I')Ess AC(Es.'S't )RIES for Men at a saving at Allen's. Pyjamas, eomfortable out, good patterns, well sewn ; 11 to i7 i l frou 7 ,d. tos 211. ?',ashion Shirts, sningls still or dsouble sot etslts, all new pa...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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SAID NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

SAID NO MORE. A certain steamer got into a dense fog while on her way down the river. A passenger, anxious to go ahead, went up to the captain, who was at thie wheel, and asked why they had stopped, "Too mulnch fog;can't see she river,', replied the cautious mariner. " bnt," said the pawsenger, "you can see the stars overhead." "Yes," said the captain, "hut until the boilers burst we shan't be going that way." The passenger turned in.

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

JJIcUIJICIIL S [?1\' IU;S, All Souu'I (jliii 'rcI of EnI'ogta1, Son drilgh om---4', 7, 51 and I 1, II .(.'.; 11, 111(1 3, Vica 7, Itcv. .1, IF, (loss, fh'll,.Shol. holoy '.Trinity, h101II1)tO,unl--fi, S 011(1 11, ll.('; ,3, R1ev, II. I", G~os 7, Mr, St. Agues's, BlacIk flok.--l I I, I (1 amchi' 7,rtf, 1Rhv, it, II, .I, Norwood 'I'h.L. Unioni ('Iluoh.--3, Mr. Mlel ofy1c ; 7, Mi', I., ('oomohuo, +11 1 0 a 1t, 1, la lin: nt 1?cv (. ('ro (Of ('heist (hro ch, I) It(: o . -1I15 1(1.11. If (',11(lof5t'r1In 'lofty '. C. (' St\ t.'f. L) p., ( ouc h a 1.. - (t)11, Vo'o 7. Ieotty. Stee, I 0 . \didii M ot~tiii'.o 7, )Ir,n. 111l1 ~111110, (',1 Cot , Xv tI~y Mid l 7 hJo '' , -I, '1.15, ,)o:{, I ],f1 Old 31 'IIv I. WI'f)II ; '7, X11'. StelfIl'1, S .Ii u~t' 111(1h --7 I. . 11 A pi tlN of I' ' rig;li on bowlenrs lot Onl W (dlle3tl1zlV bw theL oOj.o hinil oi Il bowlinig tour througih 'InYtd111rllin, owl tier Lho t tic it (leidhiI) of M I, Fank Angce, p a v (NI thel' Th1ig~h ton glecui this Ihuorning,...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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ON ANOTHER TACK. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

ON ANOTHIER TACI. "You didn't sell a :opy of ' Ilow to IMake Home Attractive' t tthat womutn, did you ?" "Yes I dlid," said the book c:allva:,ser " WVhen she came into thle room I rose and said that I had this book, to sell, hut I saw that she did not need anything to make home attractive ; so 1 begged her pardon for coming and started to leave, She bouight two copies." The c:oiuse of true love never dill run smoioth, and it would not be half the fut if it ditL

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Beaumaris Tramway COMPLAINT AGAINST THE COMPANY. GOVERNMENT ENQUIRY. THE CASE FOR THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

THE BeauIllll rs 'ira way CUML1I.?A.INI' AG(AIN'ST 'I'FI CAIM P'ANY, .UOV I.N.M ENT ENQUIRY. Till( \SI,; il0 Till (COUN(CiL, 'ihe e10)( iry hy t h (t i Ove'lrllmlnt ill to tlhel complainlts of theo lool'l?blin $hire (Couneil ogltainst the hlloaulilU'ie ITral'lwiv Co, that it had failod to observe lhe conditionl of the lease, \a'(s couolneild on 1Molnday by Mr. W., leickson, ecrclt Lary for Mins,. Alr, Lei'ers (instruet or by the C'rotln solicit or) napplr)l)c for the Iuhlic 'lorklis deIlrtmlloeilt, on ehailf of the public; Mr. I1. Macfarlanl (in Htructe c h\ Mel'rs. 'T'oohev nodl Whn pole) aplOlare'd for the MooI'r?a)l) Council ; ca( Mr, Otween ixoin (in strulctel by Mr. .1, Dixon) for the 11eau1ari s T'i'all(t1way tComlpaly. Ilr., Iowerls p1llt inl a lot of docu (uenlts rilat.inog to tho authority for the eonstruelionu of tho line, alnd also iw'luded one hiving a0 xln , eaxsion of tieon for tile onstruction of tho line to Alordiailloc, which honever' co0011 stirulcted. ilh' stalted...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. CHIPPEREE, CHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

1OHILDRE-i'S, COLUMN, CGl1 PPEl'RIE E, 1CH1IP, I knew an old couplel that lived in a wood (Chipperec, chi]perce, chip I And up irln a Iretop their dwelliing it, tood-. Chilpjirce, cliippiree, chip I Tlihe ianiIu er it came, and the sununmcr it went C(liipperie, ohlipperie, hoip I Mid tllre they lived oii, and( they never paid rent Chipperce, ehlipperee, chip I l.heir parlunr was lined with thle softest of wool- Clhippelree, clippermc, chip I hlihir kitliche was warm, and their pantry was full Chippervec, lchiperl'e, chip ! .nd four little babiioi pieecd out at the s!y. -.... OCliplivrec, cliipperce, chip! You never siiw darlilngi s?o pretty and chy. - Chiplerve, chiippelce, chip ! Now winter caiie on with its frost and ita ;IIDw- Chilippceroh chiipperee, chip! rihey cared nlot. bit when they heard the wind blow Chipperce, chilipperce, chip! For wrapped in their fur.;, they all lay down to sileoep-. Ohipperee, chipperee, cili I Jut, oih, in the spring, how their bright oyea will peep...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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COMIC SONG BY A GER PROFESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

COMIC SONG I)Y A. OER 1 P R11ý 3$hImli 10t, We were i fiihionableo rul highly-d uhred party, We had on our best olothe~ alld wi talked pretty, and wore very happy-di tll except two young; follown, studenti just returned from (?ermtny, eommnon.plaae young men, whq oellld routlons and unoail,, fortable, an if they found the tproeeodiltb Ilow. 'the truth was we were too Mtover 103 tlioe, Our brilliant and poli;hedl eonvoroea ,ion mli our h ih-elas~ tastes wero beyon&d lhoen, 'They wore out of pliae amonlg us, 'lihoy never ouiightl to have been ?horo at Ill E iverybodly agreed upon that latoe on. Homiohody reilled a ?renoh poom Ataf>t suppelr, and we, laid it \n!a? hleautiful, and then a lady oug a a sentimental h!lad hit Spanish, and it made one or two of uo weep -It was V o plath lie, And then tho?se two 'youn? men got up, aud aihe: d lIe'n if we had ever hIeriI helorr Sflo;sen? lBo1 lion (who had ju?,,t errlvws, maid ewas theon do in in lie sunlpporrooinr sing his great (l...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BIRD IN THE APPLE TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

'1'IE [I, f11{1) 1 N 'iT AP.IPLE'U My iieigllbonr is a fruit-lgrower, and tho nontent. he catches siglht of a bird in one of lis trees he wants to get his gun and shoot 1 Like Illost of hisi cless he is dreadfully Iap)iCious of thle poor birds, and thinkli heir one object in life is to rob him, I tdo ntot deny that som0e of them do a great leal of miischief at times, but then they do i much grea(ter' allounlt of good at other Jilnes, )One d(lly I was ill ilmy neighbour's ardien, and l W \ I :) parrolll'l busy oill o'jnlllih low ldo.) i. " Now," saiid iy friend, let te m t 'oiVine yol, 'lhiit hird has ?heen tekin g iand spoiling :some of my flinest ap les, aindl I will lhow youml the miarks of hil vicolid heal;'" let ime convince you," nid I, "I that yonder bird is your good friend." We wallied op to the tree, andl the irdl, of coours, flhw away. " 'hllere," said 1, he ll?s a grui'ib in his bill." " Nonsense!" Iaid mty friend, " it was at piece of apple,'" We oxallmilied ,eachl of th...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Educationla ROSBlERltON, Kt11438' GRAMMAR Ch100L Gld N I)? ERU?A RI.T;N, NORTII ROAD, NOIIRTHI IC I ITON I minutes fromn (arndenvule ti jon 10 minutes from Electric 'l'rane. ],arge grounds; excellent acconlmod tion for Hoardero. Pupilh prepared for University, Primary, Junior, and Senior Examinations ; Also for Univor'ity I,oea1l Elxamine tion, in Mutic. l, incip l l - MISSH 'I'tII)AL,I ndai ,llSS CONSTANCE TLSI)ALL, !1.A OCluse inging and P1hysical Culture have always formed part of the eurriutdhun, Dancing and Special Physical Culture Laseonn are open to Non-Pupils. Threeo Terms for 1914 B3egii-h iebruary 10th, Juno 2nd, Sepltemiber 15th. Pupils lmay hbo Enrolled tany' time pro rata,. "NORFOKI1(" GIRLS' S901100b, "1(IORA," SOU'I'1[ ROAI), BRIGHTII'ON IRACI.I, S 'lONI)A IIRY. I' IIAItY, S ,ill l' .'Ii ItY , Seoven Minutes' Walk from Train or Trami. The school i beaonutifully situateld, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for .111NOI ( and SENIOR l'tllllC Ex...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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HAWTHORN ROAD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

The ('aulliec'l ( mounil otililed thI li i tt, (i ' Coiu il on 1Iiil'niy unlli)iI that dtytIu\ had I,;,>ed Itil ,1rinliraii-Mild l'et il Tra'inl\i,, 'J'iu t to alluw the 'Truist'6 ' n?. ll'er to iprear1 i the lnieccs iuryv pilii tlo einable tihe Councii l to i Ipply for t nll1 ()iri'r-iti-( Concil for tho iinili f ini lirii inll their intillici. pollity, (A Cou'ncillor.- e.\cV alr ding tlie sinn.-l'.) u Ihltttr \\1u receivo(d. "'(onst0ilnt 'liuder" vwriLUs :--Sir,-- I wonder tihe BrIijrhton Council lhai int plantted al0,ii l0111no of its ltretcolis the Norfolk JMland 1 '1in,. I have bo' fore m a pillC ur of a street, in Ameirillca o plaiifoll , and it lookst lovely. T'lihe' tree ,1 do not sihd their foliagew like theil pliio, yet they do not, throw lshiade ei'ioliuh to provenl, the ,sul froim dryi'lvig tlOe e(irtl 1roilnd thie inl I'lihe winliter, Thy Irow (lotrc llowever stroln (Ile i \\ind llal y Illow, It ll'oof in wilnted for thlis, notiti'll on11 atl the forner of the Muniui...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Electric Trams CARS ON THE BRIGHTON BEACH LINE. COMMISSIONERS PROMISE IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Electric Trams I.A'RS ON TL[E Im:BdII'TUN BEAUJI LINE. CO,\MISSIONIERIS PRIOMISE 1M. l}ItV EMIENT. Mr. S. ?iiiuin, L.II.It. fur W\in inera, who risile; in liay utree. ru rently \\oLe to the C(uiinil complain ing of thi ,en(.ral diiinuifirt (i thi now Ceris rec'etlily it oii the lrightohi- St, lIilila elctri liin-. The letter wia • i na y h- L u ( nil ti the ("omo mi'iionflr:: , \\Wl se::it Ia lt(crl' iin r'lVlY t' lanst Mlotinht-'- (',nC)il meeting alnd in which the' prlicti-illnv admuit that manv of the disiai'nlforts attriliuted to thL ..S. cars lby M1r. Sai l).n(). d) exist. lhe C.ommi:Sii.in,.i ' w Lotu that the hclei i a.iniplai iit of lU'iC a typo liarlIy ,iiusd i ll , duey, af whichl there were Uliiarid-i of ,t 0t i ruining. 'ihey w'ere ,?6 highly :qpok:n of aud aptpreel atid iby. a.eu1111(,s (here1 thtlii they w1re t0,l2id(iered a desiralile car toi adopt un the Ilii?htii-s t, IKilda line. 'hei tl'olumlisstuinl had viiited thIi pouller hliose ?iecially to inii.'lUt the -ure,...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

SOU`THERN CRObS ENVELOPES, /?6 per 1000. A Large Stock of the Latest Up-to-date Winter Footwear-Enamel and Btrner Lines. Tango and Dni Tg Shes--"Amuorioan, lishiiilh aand Commonwealth, Bok Calf, Enamel and Kid in Gentlentmn's b)o ( llo a . Footholds. Alfred g~iinoni, Brig?toj. 'Pl1 4'2'. I,. .. I" 'I"(dvum , ie ,(Iv \\.f~tn 1ýk('4ý to stllt( thiit owving to ilito 2008am 8iVc(,,,4 Of hi., Alto,'otiooº Iltooo "4'nlp Iir hints IoC(Ieitt too O'tOxiOO (loot s!nl i oiIloo 1IOe 1:88501' hIlul y8v;, 1o(0 00I loi th00 0'e'ci0100L oft till jIooit too gr(4I loOljdliv foootovcoor 015f 00 \'ool Oo oonl tl t [ijvo Stook Foi Salo. * llultityx, colo) or c onditionu 1iigheat picoe Oivei. W. Porlor, imiut leiglh .1OIWS, Cdv, l, 18 lier, afro, ) condition no objctl; Ihighest jIrirts, Car(ls attended. IIeek, Ior tet, Centre-road, llentleigh, 101\VS wanted, fat, dry', highest ý);,, llrco ive, T. L,1, Corrigaln, North rd., (anuliolcl, 'phlone Brighton "tlii. Oltlh lriaught, lull Mrd(iti I Syears, trial, ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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