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THE BOY WHO "CAN'T." [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
TIME BOY WHO "CAN'T." He is no particular friend of mine-this boy who "can't," and I don't know very much about him ; and. moreover, what I do know is not at all to his credit. Let me tell you, little folis, just a very little about this young gentleman. The other day--but stay; first of all I ought to tell you hisname. It is Jim. Now, then, to proceed. The other day I heard a little dialogue between Jimand his mother, which, perhaps you may like me to repeat. Here it is:-" Jimmy, dear, will you please get in a scuttle of coal for mother before you start for school this afternoon!" "Oh, mother, I can't. I shall be late, and, oh, well-I can't." And off Jimmy ran, and the poor tired mother herself had to fetch in the coal that made the fire at which Jim warmed his hands when he came home to tea. That wasn't much to his credit, was it Not long ago Jim had a half-holiday, and he meant to have a fine time on the green, kite flying. As he was getting ready to start, his little baby sister...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
Football. . The following is the programme of matches for the premiership of the Victorian Football Association : S. :. pril 13. :Footscray v. Brighton. :3rainswiqk v. North 3eclbourno. F:Port Melbourne v. Hawthorn. -Northeote v. Prahran. Williamstown v. Essendon. April 1S. Niorthl Melbourne v. lBriihton. Williamstown v. Prahran. Hawthorn v., Essendonr. 'ort Melbourne v.Northcote. - Brunswick v.-Footscray.: : April 2a5,;:.: - Brighton v. Brunswick. Northcote v. Willianistn. Footscray v. Port Melbouie. . P'rahran v. Hawthorn. Essendon v. North Ilellbiernle. May. 2. Essendon v. Brighton. Willianstown v. Port celbourne. h]awthorn v. Footscray.. Northcote v. Brunswick. Prahran v. North Melbourne May 9.. Brighton v. Hawthorn. Prahran v. Port Melbourne. Footscray v. Essendon; Brunswick v. Willianistownll. North Melbourney. Northcote: max 16. Sralrin v. Brighton :: Willianistowni .'Footscri : Northcote .v. ]Essendon': :iHastliurin v'.N;rthli lelbourne: -: Brunliicl? 'v 'ort' 'Iolbourine Br...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
SDBress Goods that Delight Magnifiient Enthusiaism: Unparalleled praise is bestow ed by all who have reviewed Alen's Choice New Goods. They solvo the problem of supplying something Iesutiful -eoiething unusoual-something aInsting-and being bought at most advantageous prices, they are now priced surprisingly low. : ? Newest Goods Now Showing. D.ý oAegal Tweeds, newest effects in grey, brown, and green, 2. 5yard. - i ar , : linerva Serge, in indigo dye, 42-iuch, '3; 51-inch, only 2111 yard. Fancy Tweeds-to lie very popular--taun sane,' grey, fawn;- alo Striped . Miltoin; at Allen's only, I/I11 yard. NEW SILKS-Silk Pailotte, maroon, sane, grey, navy, royal blue, tango,. black,livory, 2111 yard; black merv., 1/81 yard. -Men! Men-! Don't Miss These i: NEWEST DRESS ACCESSORIES for AMen at a saving at Allen's. Pyjamas. comfortable cut, good patterns, well sen., 3.11 to 7(6. D1en's Sample Braces--Mlanufacturer's Best Sample" Line to clear at price; from 71d. to 2'11. Fashion Shirts, single ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
George W. McGill PRACTICAL TAILOR, VICTORIA BUILDINGS, No. 2 First Floor. (take lift), 80 Swanston St, Melbourne PORTMAN BTREET: OARLEIGB. LADIES" COSTUMES. -A SPECIALI' Y -FI: and Style Guaranteed. Trlephol e 8748 Central. WInHOLESALE CLOTHING CO Established 1SS0. Good Work, Economy. Telephone-= 477 Promptitude. .Windsor sa. uitls to Order, Trousers. 45-. to 755. t2s. d. to sS, . -" TAILORS, 'Clothiers, Itatters, Mlercers, 155 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR A Carefully selected Stock of New. Fashionable Woollens Hats ai,d Merccry by every nmail : Cut and Make. the Latest Satisfaction guarantee: Patterns kc on application. I R.' BRAI)IS.l,. Manager. IPrahran's Leading Dentist. - E. TATTERSON Dental Surgeon, 162 Greville St. Prahran TELEPHONE, 947 WINDSOR. ESTABLISIHED 1898.. Get Busy" and Get that £3 Dickenson & Foster, AUCTIONEER & ESTATE AGENTS, 99 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR, TELEPHION E WINDSOR 111, Have handed the sum of £3 to a well-known Prahran gentleman, who will hand'? ...
ON ANOTHER TACK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
ON ANOTHER TACL 'You didn't sell a copy of ' How to Make Home Attractive' to that woman, did you ?" "Yes I did," said the book canvasser. "When she came into the room I rose and said that I had this book to sell, but I saw that she did not need anything to make home attractive; so.I begged her pardon for coming and started to leave. She bought two copies." The course of true love never did run smooth, and it would not be half the fun if it did,
Caulfield Drains INADEQUATE FOR STORM WATERS COMPLAINTS FROM ELSTERNWICK CHANNELS NOT ATTENDED TO. "COUNCIL MEN SLEEP, SMOKE, AND LOAF." [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
Caulfield D)rains INADEQUATE FOR STORM WATERS COi,?PLAIaTS FRO3~lEL .STERNWICK SUiG K\NELS T1? t` 'E t NU CNDE D TO. SUNCiLT L?il SIELSMIOKE, h?OCtalliild. Council on Tuesday re cali.d a .batch of correspondence from residents boi Elsiternick complaining of the otverllowing of channels during the recent hcavy storm. Mr. E. 1. O'C .nell said that the drain at the corner of Orrong road and Long street bei'ate blocked, and acter flowed across his yard like a river. lii went to 'clear away the iii lets to the underground sewers, and found the covers floating about and the inlets surrounded by a sea of wa ter. lle got a prop ani cleared the debris away from the inlets. on which the wafer got quickly away. In Orr ong road the water was to a depth of six inches, and in St. George's road 12 inches. Cr. Eggleston remarked that in ser eral places the debris was still block ing the channels. lie considered that there shopld be regular inspections ?tf the drains by the overseer, instead, of lea...
CHILDREN'S COLUMN. CHIPPEREE, CHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
CHILDREN'S COLUMIN. -----+ CHIPPEREE; .CHIP. I knew an old couple that lived in a woo- Chipperee, chipperee, chip I And up in a treetop their dwelling it stood Chipperee, chipperee, chip ! The summer it came, and the summer it went Chipperee, chipperee, chip! And there they lived on, and they never paid rent Chipperee, chipperee, chip ! Their parlour was lined with the softest of wool Chipperee, chipperee, chip I their kitchen was warm, and their pantry was full Chipperee, chipperee, chip! And four little babies peeped out at the sky Chipperee, chipperee, chip! ron never saw darlings so pretty and shy Chipperee, chipperee, chip ! !ow winter came on with its frost and its snow Chipperee, ehipperee, chip ! they cared not a bit when they heard the wind blow Chipperee, ehipperee, chip I For wrapped in their furs, they all lay down to sleep Chipperee, chipperee, chip ! Sut, oh, in the spring, how their bright eyes will peep ! Chipperee, chipperee, chip ! -Childfen's Friend.
Bowls. THE MOORABBIN CLUBS. TOURNAMENT AT MORDIALLOC. MORDIALLOC LEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
. Bowis. ; 7" 0 AI,- UM0Itl) l,00 :I l " Ithe I?Mu iblril~fi iid u 'isyie ar i eirds. the iendl'h h[ iii'w-ihnygled finiP Ch.elte rinh?an to Irod3t?liilloe,t: alld I.the club, 'wer reprprseiited li three instead of1 ouly' tvo rinkiili' '.i'hh 'Mordiillot' I'ea '+?i:i i ( e ilietli' fi ' " th' sliire;, ;ind the iiriurToidino s are 'ery nttract.ive, ithe lociil hclur iciiiilctierlt, ily' eoangratitultclilt by) tlihe visiting teic;s -upoi 'their fillei assets. they have built' ip in thie slhoti* "liace of their .i!istenie, iliout" two years. T'I de cision ti;:iiltei. thtle it;:ilii, two to three :rilks .gives the ltoriit ninpt i distinction fr fin tih BIrightol, e?lctor tile series of -miiiet,"iand minst teid towards the e.·tablishileint of the: 3oo rablii tlourney "on iniore perinanentt lines. tGoodl g'iines were played on Satuirdlay; the contests being interest in'.id klea.::!i Thl'iese mnitches have an attrahtio,;,taiid there is keen competi tfoii .htiionigst: ply,, ers for selectio...
THE BIRD IN THE APPLE TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
THE BIRD IN THE APPLE TREE. My neighbour is a fruit-grower, and th_ noment he catches sight of a bird in one of uis trees he wants to get his gun andshoot .t. Like most of his class he is dreadfully mtspicious of the poor birds, hnd thinks ;leir one object in life is to rob him. I do rot deny that some of them do a great teal of mischief at times, but then they do much greater amount of good at other ,imes. One day I was in my neighbour's garden, and we saw a sparrow busy on a ?ranch low down. "Nowi," said my friend, 'let me convince you. That bird has been pecking and spoiling some of my finest ap ?les. and I will show you the marks of his eicked beak." '"Let me convince you," said I, "that yonder bird is your good friend." We walked up to the tree, and the tird,of course, flew away. " There," said I, 'he has a grub in his bill." "Nonsense!" mid my friend, "it was a piece of apple." VWe examined each of the apples along: ;hat branch, and could find no trace of seakmarks; but we fou...
The Destructor COUNCIL TENDERS PAYMENT FOR LAND. SITE IN NORTH WARD TO BE, PURCHASED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
The bestructor COUNCIL TENDERIS PAYMENT FOR LAND. . TI:. Brlitos rt.Can?ajl :on: .lo.idav c\o adii?'i?dopteil reebiiisdation of the isa.iiice: Comnnitteel that a ch dete foi:r; SO .be j orra rdtnl to the Lauds J)elinrtoieat ',for the apurchase of the destrsctor :site" atl:Elstcrilnvid, and that :?e .t?? !.S:St. Kilda and Caulfield Council. l?e ad iced iaccordinigly; and askeed fi thi.r respoiectiveeontril tions. Don't ls -aflaid of thii bacon " Ir. Jenikinsa said- the liidlady .to the new boarder. I"Not a all,; ladain i PIrC .-een aii Acce tiicnits large, and it didit frighten me a hit"
CURLY-LOCKS' PETS. First Child: [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
CURLY-LOCKS' PETS. First Child Iurly-locks, Curly-locks, now tell me true, What do you love. what is precious to you ! Tell me your pets, for I know you've a host, And I'll tell you most surely the one you love Second Child : Bright- eyes, dear Bright -eyes, kitten have I, As pretty a kit as you ever did spy ; And I've a doggie--s little white pup That kisses my face when I gather it up. First Child : Curly-locks, Curly-locks, stil I am sure, You've a dear little pet that you treasure yet more. , Second Child: I have a lamb that is fleecy and white, And dear little bunnies--a beautiful sight; Then I have gainea-pigs, peacocks, and fowls, And uncle has sent me two tiny tame owls I . First Child : Curly-locks. Curly-locks, tell me the rest You've a dear little treasure that you love far the best, Second Child : Why, I've a pony-so dappled and brown, I ride him so gaily by meadow and town; Then my pretty Poll parrot is friendly and nice, And I love my canaries and little white mice. Fi...
A Wreck. CAULFIELD'S CARETAKER'S COTTAGE. RIDDLED WITH INSECTS AND FULL OF VERMIN. COUNCIL CHARGED WITH WASTE OF MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
CAL?LI'FLIJ SOC)?IC l ULtG;E'S' ;C'-" w µ-. ,?: AG0 `- A.. - LOUN L CJAHlOhl) WITH WASTE OF MONEY. Coisteauition wan, tused at tho Caulfield Council meeting on T"uesday i3y Cr. Brookshaw, who chargedt the Council with wasting ratepaytas' money in remoCing ,n oaid building from a reserve recently purchased by the Council in the IEast Ward to the metal depot at Glenhunltly, to be used as a caretaker's cottage. The maltter aro-e on the receipt of a letter from 3Mr. .1. C. ollulland pro testing against the (dumpling down of an old rotten building at the metal depot in Necrinm roaid. The Iluilding would depreciate the valie of property in the district. The building was an eyesorc and the exprcsi.ons passed fly the public were not aomplintentary to the Council. lie ventured to say that if a private person had dulni?ed the huilding down the surveyor would have immediately condemned it. lie asked for an inspection before auny more money was spent on the wreck. Cr Brookshaw. said the place w...
HIS FAILING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
HIS FAILING. "Why don't you join our athletio olub9 The ibtiation fee is only a hundred, and the monthly dues only ten dollars." " I am afraid that I could never be an athlete." " Why not-shortness of breath1" "Abh, no; merely shortness of funds." Windsor Castle was completed in the reign of Richard II. the workmen being obliged, by the odious system of purveyance, to give their services for nothing.
DIAMONDS INCREASING IN VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
DIAMONDS INCREASING IN VALUE. The world's stock of diamonds has in creased enomrnosly. In 1876 the output of the African mines was about 1,500,000 co rats; in 1889 it was over 4,000,000, and the great trust which controls all the principal mines asserts that it has 16,000,000 carats in sight at the present time. In one re spect the diamond industry is different from almost all others. Its product-that is, of gems-is never consumed. Of gold and silver a much larger amount than most people believe is literally consumed in the arts past reobvery, but a diamond once cut goes into the world's great stock and is liable to Come upon the market at any time. Hence the world's annual taking of dia monds, which appears to be steadily in. creasing, even at advaneing prices, is an index of bow much of its surplus earnings it can affard to expend yearly in this par ticular form of luxury. The romance of diamond mining is all gone. It is now e matter of excavating vast beds of blue clay by maebine...
Cricket. HURLINGHAM v. SANDRINGHAM PRESBYTERIANS. HURLINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
ericket. B.D.C.A. I?l;RLIG:L1A,11 -. SANDIlN;IIAM .- :.PRESBYTEI IAN S. G Caddy, b Bear ..1.J AC.Davidsoli, b Abbott.. .. 'Youens, c., bl Bear... "'-:i 16 F. Golding; at.; b Bear:'; -. , 1'ircitchard, e., bHear '' . G. ]attm, .c, b Blearc ;.b . A. Jaamiians' run out -%: b' ':: L iWeate, not ou .10 J. Baines, c., Tail .^ ;"-')' W. Smithb ic Bea, ' I', Satiunders;. Ib Tricks '' -Sundries ... '... Bowlin g--. Abbolt: onel for 25, W.: 'Bear six for "2, Tait one for 8l, F: "fricks one for J. SANDILclNGIlAM1 ' PIESBYTE1fIAI S I). Bear, c., b Smith ...;.... ...; 3 eW. Bear, b llnttum ... ...... ... 61. .. Iricks, b Youens ..;..... talt, c.and'b iBnins ..:. W. Abbott, c.,b UnBaines ...; ... " A. Abbott,. b Hattam .:.. ...J ..; 0 Lor.,ll, st., b Barnes ... ..... 0 iGoscwincr.le, not out ... .. . . ..1 fleade, b Baincs ... ... ;..:. .:. . 0 utldries ... ... ......... ... ... ... 6 :s'Lght swoects for .. ... 9 Iluowa i.-w. tauss?.oss fr .?ll !"i'. smith one for 2, .? :llilitumis two for -"J, J...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
Telephone 128 Windsor. Only Address o. Brunning & Sois, IIRIGIITON ROAD, ST. KILDA, NOT MELBOURNE. Established 50 Years.; Larest Plant Nurseries in the Coln. monwealth .. 2.0,000 i'lants and '40,000 Roses. Write for New Catalogues (Post'Free) The Nurecries are within three minutes of the Ripponlea Station and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOME HINTS ON * BUILDING.. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI T, A unique opportunity presents it self to the owner of an allotment of and as without any further cash if desired I will build an up-to-date and modern Villa up to 7 rooms, replete with all conveniences and appintments ,epayments as weekly rent, covering interest and principal-the interest re ucsg as each payment is made, and I give you the option to pay olf any amount. or the whole, at any time, without extra interest. Plans, esti mates free. If you have a deposit, and have land in view, I will buy same, and erect a home on the same terms. Iu case of illness or unemploy ment, :payments are s...
SAID NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton 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 the wheel, and asked why they had stopped. "Too much. fog ; can't see %he river,'" replied the cautious mariner. " But," said the passenger, "you can see the stars overhead." "'Yes," said the captain, "but until the boilers burst we shan't be going that way." The passenger turned in.
INTERCEDING WITH A MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
INTERCEDING WITH A MAGISTRATE. A young friend of mine (says a corres pondent), unhappily fell into evil courses, and at last the law got hold of him. He was brought up at the police court, and remanded for a few days. In the interval I had an opportunity of seeing the magistrate, and I told him all the good I could about the young man. I laid particular stress upon his ability and the promising career which his crime had blasted. He listened to all I had' to say pa tiently. Then he asked me: "He is an in telligent, well-educated fellow, is he?" I assented ; and the magistrate re marked : "I am very glad you have told me this ; I was going to give him a month." So I went away well satisfied. The prisoner was brought up again, and the magistrate, after a few remarks about the prisoner's evident intelligence and ability to tell right from wrong, sen tenced him to six months' imprisonment with hard labour, the limit of the law. Since that day my services as inter cessor, have not, stran...
SOMETHING QUITE DIFFERENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
SOMETHING QUITE DIFFERENT. There was a lion tamer who willingly ventured 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 bron chitis. One day, after he had entered, with perfect composure, a cage containing two half-starved bears and a panther, 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 at all; but these cages, sir, are such a dreadful place for draughts 1"
Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914
eaulfield eouncil. The ordinary meeting of the Caul field Gity Council was held on Tues day evening, when the lMlayor (Cr. Murphy), Urs. Fiske, lJileston, hiall, lhitihen, Murray, Charles, Brkooshaw 'ryne. and Thoimson. , SiEER MAINS;. ,iThe Bo?ardo-of Works: notified that in futurde so er mains. would 'e laid .onthe :sides ':of streets;, .instead •of centres: as formerly.I 2his would ob viate"i the' necessity when tram lines weFe constructed in the streets- where mains awere to be: laid ofaltering the position "of the 'nnins..-Received. .EXTENSION OF WATER. The Board of Works also intimated that' a Gin. watermain would be laid in 13ooan road, from Glenhuntly road southwards for 211 chains, at a cost of £255, on a guarantee from the council of six.per cent.-It was decid ed to give the guarantee on receiving an indemnity from the residents. SUPPLEMENTARY VALUATION. " The valuer submitted his supplemen tary valuation as follows :-West Ward, £3,606; South, £2,706; North, £2,207; and Ea...