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

Briahton eouncil Tho Brightoni Council met on ?ion day 'evening, the lny.ar- (Cr. Thomas Wfilson,; J.P.) :presiding, :ind those prls ent being- : ~ Crs. .Wilson ,"Centralr'aW:ird. ' " :, Ir, lanhy; Central'e ird. ,, Grout, Central .:Warl. ,, Clneestelilani Eneta':a?d,-; : :'rd , StoineI asnt . ar The'-Cduncil "shi .behirnd clbosed r:,d6rs Uitil :9 t p.m. openerdil t rdii' meeting " aid read. tlie /m ilaltes -"hnd thGcn remsineoilanhd t frtli.d'jilnli c arks 1.'DUntii "acted- eeflioienitlr-as" town clerk in:tlie+:absene of W.: ;l': AIL Ta'ylor oni rhraidaysin South \'es, risrt. The usillem : Sof th i ,ardi.in sIput thlrough - South arelay the vdrious reunsotiol ns.m for the i Iiart being theovred" aned and bihto, Ib r.li ]narly, agd : seoneded' -and cr':.o.;r'ied without renirkt- byiihe': oelier. CoUiiillors. The tlif , bldoedl,"e'.'.lsentl: 'a to" wns terk norida disti the ly srminenti 'in cont nst. uith th'ieses oili-of tall n-tl ? othi r. nmei F.- A I RATErNAL ,CO LP.LAINANT. ie'e...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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PURVES' GENUINE SEEDS. SELECTED FOR MARKET GARDENERS. CABBAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

PURVES' GENUINE SEEDS. SELECTED FOR MARKIET GARDENERS. CABBAGE East Ham Victoria Market; (proved stock).-My selected- strain of this winter calbmage 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 in culti vation for bunching and, casing. New seed now ready. * Extra Early Golden Glo'ie.-Selected and crown from; the earliest and best keeping giuality of bulbs ii produc tion, and cannot fail to give satislhc tioni to those market gardeners who require a first'class type of Onion for casing or bg;ging. New seed now ready. 1Please Note that I am Soleo Agtnt for A. E. Rickett's well-known strain of; Early Globe Onion, grown at Warragul. CARROT. Selected Scarlet Intermediate-Fine clean roots,t. both long pointed and round pointed (my original strains). PARSNIP. Improved Hollow Crown.-Finellong smooth roots. New season's se...

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ALWAYS NOTICED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

-! ALWAYS NOTICED IT. '¶Well," said Mrs. Smithson, as she and her friend Mrs. Harkins entered the ailway train, "there's one thing that nakes me disinclined to get into the last arriage." "Are you afraid of the other trains atching up and running into the hind arriage, Mrs. Smithson ?" "No, Mrs. Harkins, no. You see, ve'd be safest in the hind carriage if we ihould catch up and run into some other :rain. But it's on account of the time goin' through the tunnels." "What do you mean, Mrs. Smithson ?" "Why, hain't you ever noticed, Mrs. Harkins, that it takes the last carriage longer to get out of the tunnels than it does the front ones? I've always noticed it-and it stands to reason, too."

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THE LAND OF USED-TO-BE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

THE LAND OF USED-TO-BL Beyond th; 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 memory, 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 sweet words That even in the lowing herds A meaning lives so sweet to me; Lost laughter ripples limpidly From lips brimmed o'er with all the glee Of rare old Used-to-be; Oh, land of love and dreamy thoughts, And shining fields and shady spots Of coolest, greenest grassy plots, Embossed with wild forget-me-nots And all yeblooms that cunningly Lift up your faces unto me Out of t...

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

. ..e.-** **** ***"s*" *" ** _ . *@ * "oe".*...o -,5.,..s. .W...o......e S AsE YOUR STOIEKEE.ER FOR Tom Smith's " Front absolutely Pure SUPERIOR I'cally Grown. - Tomatoes. ; .i Tomato ` "PuW r t ' . ~_ownBottles. ; Sauce A g.·g-d Article. A .SMITH & }}alANUFAURED AT LAMBERT, lighett la l Manufacturers. P h ., , .r - -R- I V W n d s o r . 72z i it y -_ I s r a t l s h e- , , 7 A. 7 JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL BAD)LEK and HARNESS MAKER, 984 High Street. St Kilda, and 485 Flilnderb Street, Melbourne, opp Market Garderfers Assoctalon Stor, yanufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars Made and Fitted under Specal Supervision. Awarded fiGrt Prizes Royal Agtricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First Prize for Collars, 1912. A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. ,,"*..""..*..0"..".·./W"*'..a.I--* *.."*-. ... "WO«owe. e..O.gi.....?O. g.»o*O.O. Healthy & Unhealthy Lighting Much stress is frequently laid by interested persons on the enorm...

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

SUNSTROKE. Business demands exposure to the sun, and when, in addition, hygienic aws are disregarded, as they general y are, the result is frequently that dangerous prostration called sunstroki. it is generally believed that direct ex posure to the sun's rays is necessan" o cause sunstroke, but this is not the case. Instances nre on record shere soldiers crowded together In tenth at night have eshil.ited all the vymptoms of sunistroke. This is known " among the medical liofession asi "'heat stroke." Also liremen onl ocean steamships, and other persons so situated, are frequently affected in this way,. the results being entirely due to the hient and physical exhaus Lton.' lMany such cases occur, and it is imsportant to know lwhat to do in the emergency, as many lives may be :aved if the case is properly treated in time. There are three varieties of this affection. I Heat prostration : Thd symptoms are faintness, loss of consciousness, naunea, coldness of the body, feeble pulse, and g...

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

' . 1. ost¢ M.5. Pharmaceutical Chemist. EmuIlsio of God Liver Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda : Pure and Palatable. ' YiR PULIONARfT -AFFECTIONS. COUGHS. COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTINO t' 6d. DISPENSING A SPECIALTYs Foster's Famous Remedies ANT1-CATARRUAL LOTION , IDNEY MIXTURE POWDER . . or the Relief of Backache and .A certain remedy for Accumula- other !commonly experienced. ymp; 'tions in the Throat and :Nostrils, toms. : ': and Post Nasal Secretions. .2/-.- , BLOOD MLXTURE: IONIC HAIR :DTESSING. For Blotches?imp Bo An elegant and most effectual pre Fo r . paration . for Strengthening and HEAD LOTItON Promoting the Growth" of "the' - Hair, and 'rendering -it beautifully An effectual .'and, cleanly iremedy Soft, Glossy, and Non-oily.' I/-. for destroying' l'arasites -. - 1/-. ECZEMA OINTMENT A remedy for Slhin Complaints. LIVEB MIXTURE Although an unrivalled prepara- For Giddiness, filiouis Ileadaches, tion for the .use which its name Drowsiness, and various Symptoms...

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

CtHURCI SfERVICES All Souls' Church of Eng?? il, Sun dringham. -6, 7, 8 aind 11 JIG.C. 11, and 3, Vicasr , , Lev. IL"1. Goss, Th.Schol. 1Ioly Trinity,; IIampton.-i; S and 11 H.C.; 3, Rev. 1I. F. Coss; 7, : r. C. P. RBiggs.' St. Agnes's, Illack Rock. 11 Mr Gawler ; 7.0, Rlev. H. I. J.'Norwioodd Th.L. '.: , Union: Church.--3,. Mr. MIcinty re 7" 31r. E. Coomber. St. Matthew's Ceteltrmhani.-7 ami and 10 i.m., JI.C.; UL 3fayItins and Se-mon; 7, Evensong' and, Serion; Rev. OC. Crotty. SChrist Church, Dingley.-.-1L15 a.m. II C.. andl Sermon, 1Rev. C. CpOt ty.; 7.15 p.m.; Evensong and. Ser: mon, Rev. G. Crotty. St. David's, 3foorabtin.-S a.m., H.C.; 3.15 p.m.. Evensong"and Ser mon, Rev. C. Crotty. St. Arndrew's (Clhurch of EI?land. Middle Blrighton.--6, 7..15, 9.310, 11' and 3. 3lev. A; Lawn 7, Deani Stepihin: Sit. 3laIrk's h('uch.-.5. i.C. 11. Rleader; 7, Vieir. St. T.uke's Church.--7. H.C.; 11 IIf C.. Vicar ; 7, leacder. 3Mctlodist C(lhunrh.-iBriLLhton'- ew street.. 11 Itev. S. Adamson i ...

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Progress Leagues BRIGHTON BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Progress .eaglus BITG(IITON BEACll. A nmeeting of the Brilghton Benahl ]'rogress Associ;atio was held onil Tluesday cvning at l'Peinii Baths, 11r. Grayson in the chair. The 'Secretary ()li-. E. 31. Flan:agaun reported that the meeting calledl for last month had been postlpond. aln in reply t a nqueltion said that with referencte to a matter which was to have been braight before the Flne shore Tr!st, lr. Blachett. lPresident of the. Trurst. suggested that as he (the speaker) woulld he absent duringl the month, that the milatter he held oa'er till thel next" meeting., , ?? QUESTSh TO COUNCILS. Tl: .,cr?tar- red : letteri fromi the BrightoniT 'lowi Ctiincil; stating that they: ':were naain urgintg the lInilway Depairtinmnt- to instal .ir.terlocking ap paratus at the': railway gates at ISouth road, Beach road, and New street : also that the (Comneil had instrucated the Ifeervces Committee to enquire in to and -report upon the Association'. proposal for the aoquirenient of a children'is ...

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A Remarkable Position CHELTENHAW LADY'S DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Ai emarkable Position CIIELI:INIf I 'Ld:)X 9 LL ,11x. -.A aipplieatioit by i person elii-" ioned iji affidait in a suit for judi cial separation~ to be joined in '?the :uite. as a second ''re.?puiident, as mnde-to Mr.. Jlustice Iood in the Prac, ices Court oi. Wedniesday,- and refused; on ilthe ground of want of jurisdiction o 'mako such an order. The petitionii er in the suit, Eliza Isabel Amess, of Cheltenham, is seuking judicial separa ion from Robert Lyle Aness. of Chel tenham, and the application to be a seounld reslpondutn in \the'suit.was nudo by M?lary Ellen Kilburn, of Dandeaong oad, Cheltenham. The allegation on vhich the wife sought judicial slear ation, was that her lhushand had been guilt?? of misconduct with Mirs. il ourn, an allegation that was unejui vocally deifecd by l3rs. Kilburn, who wvihedl to be made a party to the -uit, in order to give evidecce. 1Mr. Jacobs (instructed hv 3Mes-rs W"oolcott aild )rysdal.) appear cl for he iapplicant; Mr. R. Beckett (of Mcssrs ...

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Electric Trams CARS ON THE BRIGHTON BEACH LINE. COMMISSIONERS PROMISE IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

Electric Trams CARS ON TIIE BRIGHTON BEACH COMMIISSIONiERS PROMISE 11 . ovE?I?ENT. -1"r. S." Samipson,, 31.H.1R. for Witn onera;: alwho' resides in Bay street. re centl: wirote to -the. Council complain inlL of -thel r.eeral. disidomfort of the new cars recently put on the Brighton St;r Kild.- electric line.: -The letter was sent on ;?v the-Cbuncil to the Cotm miseioner., 'who- sent a letter in reply ti"last Mlonday's Coiuncil meeting and iin Which they piractically admit that mnny of ,the discomforts attriljuted to ihese cars by MIr:. Samipson do exist. TIhe: Commissioners' wrote that the ehiclesn. canplained.- of were a type larceli used in. Sydney, of which there were upawards of -00- in runnin. They wore so highlily spokeni of .and appreci ated b I passengers-there that they were o?iisidcred ? desirable car to adol; o?i the'i Brithlion-St:i Kilda line. 'lI.e Coimtissioners. hadt visited the power houlls speciall l .to inspect the cirs:- They- had: given directions to hav'e the b...

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

The' monthly' omeeting:of theo Brighi: ton Progress Association was held on Wednesdav-,at'tho :Oriental Coffee 'al ace BLay street. I rH Kendrick presi dent? occupied the :chairl URJIAN\GHAM ,Id K--AR . said th'iat hediad lite`rieýe?d the town -clerk regardiig .the' suti-division; <of lurlinughani,-and was??iformned that the council propotsed to: eell the. iron tages, and retain s"iflicihet for a'- re 'reaion' reser? for t sootuall 'ai' crt eeet. The. president considired it ' iotuild be advisable to take no further -a lion. lie thought it would be pre lernale to ihaive residences along tau Nepean road, instead of an 8ft. iron fence, as would be the case if the area were retained wholely for a re creation reserve, The council's pro. posals were acceptable, seeing that the residents would obtain a reserve at a small cost. - Mr. Kelly said hlie had yen inform ed that if the vendor knew the coun cil -would sub-divide the -property he would not have sold it for the price obta...

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

First and Foremost. W. Robinson. Butcher, New S.. Brighton. I e 245. Established 1859 SOUTIER?N CROSS ENVELOPES. 3/6 per 1000. . J. TI. Breunun. of llnv street. Brighton. wishl s to stile that owing tothe - rent salccss of hi Alterationr Boot ale, Ilci has lecidedl to extcend the sale till hi-r the Easier lfolidays, to enable the resihlents of all parts to net holihda footwear of good value at low priies.--Advt. Live StooklFor Sale. BULS, Calves, Heifers,. Cows, any - Quantity, color or condition; highest price given. W. Porter, Bent leigh. COWS, Calves, Bulls, Heifers, age, condition no object; highest prices. Cards attended. Fredk. I'or ter, Centre-road, Bentleigh. COWS wanted, fat, dry, highest price given. T. L. Corrigan, North rd., Caulfield, 'phone Brighton 461. "TORSES, Draught and Mledium, 4 F to 5 years, trial. II. A. lc Leod, Clayton. 'Phone Oakleigh 147. ~ONIES, pick of two, 13 and 14 P.. hands, fast. E. Wilnott, War ragul rd.. South Oakleigh. S)ONY, 11 hands, young, vwel...

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HAWTHORN ROAD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

ItlA\\lJltoSN ROAD LINE. The Caulfield Council notified the 13rivht.,m Council on Monday evetlin that they hantl asked the Prahran-Mlul vci n Trainwa- Trust to allow the Trust's cnginltur to prepare the neces s'ur platu to enable the Council to tpply for an Order-in-Council for the making of tihe tram in their uunici pality. (A Coulncillor.-We are doinig the same.)-The letter was received. "Constant I:eader" writes:-Sir, I wonder the Brighton Council has not planted alng some of its streets the Norfolk Island Pine. I have be fore me a picture of a street in America so planted, and it looks lovely. These trees do not shed their foliage like the plane, yet they do not throw shade enough to prevent the sun from drying the earth around them in th1e winter. They grow erect however strong the wind may lilow. If proof is wanted for this. noteothe one at the corner of the 3lunicipal Gar dens, which though in a very expos ed position, is as straight as a dart. while the ten-tree about it is ...

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MELODRAMA IN REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

hlELODRAMA IN REAL LIFE. A little of the romantic, Swift tells us, ,s no it ingredient to preserve and exalt the diginy of human nature. And :in this dictum all will concur. But there is a great tendency on the part of minds bolth e at and small to impart alittle' too i;uch of this sort of thing into eieriyday" afa,?" \We all know the story concern i,, the dramatic instinct ofa soldier who bore a reprieve for a companion ordered ta ,e shot. lie rode at headlong speed u11d he crlched a summit command r.,, ie camp wherein the doomed- man lay, and then waited until-the sun haid ,,sen above the horizon, and the firing party had turned out and was proceeding to the l.iace of execution. One of the orutlra, iemonstrated with him for de- layni his glad tidings, asking why. he did not ride on, and so relieve his com. rade's fee n g.ug;.? "\iWhat !" exclaimed the messenger, indignantly : " would you have me -spoil all the ldratmatic effect?' A ,oriate later he clapped spurs to, his sorse, ani...

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THE Beaumaris Tramway COMPLAINT AGAINST THE COMPANY. GOVERNMENT ENQUIRY. THE CASE FOR THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 11 April 1914

THE Beaumaris Tramway COMPLAINT AGAINST THE COM- PANY.   GOVERNMENT ENQUIRY. THE CASE FOR THE COUNCIL. The enquiry by the Government in- to the complaints of the Moorabbin Shire Council against the Beauumaris Tramway. Co. that it had failed to   observe the conditions of the lease, was commenced on Monday by Mr. W. Dickson, Secretary for Mines. Mr. Lewers (instructed by the Crown solicitor) appeared for the Public Works department, on behalf of the public Mr. J. Macfarlan (in- structed by Messrs. Toohey and Wim- pole) appeared for the Moorabbin Council ; and Mr. Owen Dixon (in- structed by Mr. J. Dixon) for the Beaumaris Tramway Company. Mr. Lewers put in a lot of docu- ments relating to the authority for the construction of the line, and also included one giving an extension of time for the construction of the line to Mordialloc, which was never con- structed. He stated that early in January 1913, a complaint was made by the Moorabbin Shire Council, statin...

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A New Church ST. AGNES', BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 April 1914

A New Church l.. LANES', BLACK IOCGK. the new church was on Saturday otonutn consecrated by the Arch ht hpof Melbourne, in the presence oflu" choir and clergy from the crhoo! headed by Mr." Iobertson car nth. processional cross. At the 'hurtch ,rch a pause was made. ,r. f ;t. a;aler, vicar's. warden, read . ...i.,itiu fur consecration, which a IIacepted by the Archbishop. The ',rice then proceeded, and- the license ccni..ii-1crlaon was read by the re .tr..r . the d?iocese, Mr. A. E. c enou,. and the sentence of conse' ,rtin \,,su pronounced by the Arch S.ca,,; - ; ensonag was sung, the vicar n., pr'centor and the lesson read i., i- . 11 . Goss. The Rev. F. ;. :,ster, of Holy Trinity, Bala ,I;,:" ~ , ai td the pastoral staff. The -rchbi-hvp preachled bn the words, h.l.es ir may endure for the night t ,, ceth in the morning," - -:';,r. lir-l how suitable for Easter . h,, ,,rds were, followed by the ,: iat ioy of Easter. -The local ,,::,: o the disaster when last ihroie lue d y" twelve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 April 1914

First anad Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher, New sr., Brighton. Tel. 945. EstablisheL. ISi59 Church Announcements IAPT'IST CHJURCH, Bay Street. - 1--. Rev. t. Williamson.-11, A Dream"; 7, "Wanted a Man for Hedge Making and Gap-Filling." (1"URtOl OF ENGLAND. ST. ANDREW'S CcrUIwCn, ,1MIDLE I'tIGIITON. Day, 10.-1 Sunday after Easter. Holy Communion, 7.15 (Choral) and 12.15 (plain), 11 a.mn and 7 p.m., Rev. A. Law. \tednesday. at. S p.m., irle. 1E. J. Withycanbe. A.31.S. B1RIGCITON Congregational Church Si[orning,' lev. G. A. 11 Ie~g;: evening, "Can . wc JEscape IResponsi bility ~" Rev.. r. J .L. C1oss, I6 A. X EW STREET 3lethod st Church. 1 To-nmbrrows moreng Rev.- C W. Atkinson, 1i.A., will open his 1linis try in this Circuit; evening, r. Ed asll. Hearty ,invitation given to all. T1'. AGNES', 1 BLACK ROCK. SPECIAL SERVICES in Connection With the Consecration. I1-Morning Prayer and Holy Com-mi munion (Choral), 1Rev. ly. H. . J. Norwood, Th.L. --Children's Service, Rev -11y. H. J. Norwood...

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THE BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 April 1914

T1ITE BRIGIITON CLUB. The third class matches start next Saturday (5thl). T'he "A" team p)lay University, and the "B" teant ara drawn ajainlst GlenferiSe llill. 3ilem hers listed at the pavilion are re quested t3 turn up to practice.

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Obituary THE LATE MRS. ROBERT KEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 18 April 1914

I Obituary 11'] LATJ, 11?tS. ROBERT iKEYS. 'l'e death of aMrs. Charlotte Klfes. relict of the late Mr. Robert Ke, took place last Tl'uesday at her llt." residence, "Com"oat Chicstej.ille niltad Cheltenhamn.." rs. Keys 'was '1 years of age, eand it is clainned that up t,, thle tile of her demise she was 1ti , oldest resideut .of the electorate. ihc. Keys was born ian Dublin, and cause out toF'telbourne in 1841 in the ship "Martin '.Luther," landing at Liar ldet's Bieach i(now- Port 'celhuurnet. Site'was married in St. James' Chulch in 1S-17, and came out to live with her-husband, who .had settled in tin?htoln in 1845. 31r. Robert Keys was tone of sevO bkothers, who with their father, tr. Georg Keys,- have .become widely known throughout the district, fronm ilrighton nud Dandenong down to Bass Straits, aml's after -whom K.?s boronIgh is named. 3.1r. Keys was one of the sreven nembers: eleected to the first Brighton Borouah Council ill IS59. Subse:1itenatly he "becamei i member of the ...

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