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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

First and Foremost. W. Robinson. Butcher, New S., Brighton. - Tel. 245. Established, 1859 Auctions HWe Sell the Earth By the Foot, Acre or .Mile' eox Bros (J. & C. Cox), . r Glen Huntly & tt. George's Rcs ELSTERNWICK, EARTH SALESMEN Slients (Collece 'Alli Siiburbs. SPEGI~T? (:Ai\tE '",l .TAKENFOIR SAt :'ENTEI.: 01NEIJS.; Vehicles, &c. For Sale. BUGGIIES, Phietons, Jinkcrs,-Carts ' Lorries, Vehicles every desicription new and secondhand, largo assortment always an hband.. Telephoine a'3, Thompsoi Bros., Bay-st, N Bri hton. T XPRESS WtACGGON hAn erican for . carrriage, and' "harn-esfs, 'suit Pony or horse; tti/J-, IS hay st. Brighton. I JCIGT LORRY, nearlv new, ,rood L order. P. lenry, care of A. Dunkley-, South rd., 31ooratiin. ]l)HA.ETON, good order; cheap. Two sets of chafts. C. . ackUman, Collins st.,, Brighton. 1. LUTIOtIC LIGtT.- Filtitgas an . l Etallatious. Estimates cheerfully su nitled by COULTEL. and MONK, lah street, Brighton. I'etepbhoe 336 Lost, S...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Cricket. B.D.C.A. SECOND GRADE. HURLINGHAM V. SANDRINGHAM PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

ricket. PRESBYTERIANS. l urisgiies s . Second ' Innings.i :, 1 A: Davidson, b Tait . . G. Pritchard, st.. b Tricks" . 4 W. Youens, b Tricks . . 10 G. iattom, b Bear . . G. Caddy, b Tait F. G . a 4 F. Golding, b Teit . O R. Saunders, b Tait. J. Barnes, b Bear . W. Smith c., b Ti. "E. Weate, not oit Sundries Total . Bowling.-F. Trisks -'". 24 Bear " for 31; Tait: 4 for I:.' ' Sandringhan resb yterians. First. Innings .. Second Innings::'; D.B Bear, b.;; C Ilattaim : .W-- Bear; cl Rbb ttari . i:.'.- 3; EI "Bird, stBe i b:Youens. Gosenwinc!e;. b , i Baeines-?.?; : i': r' B :ornlasters,:h,. tIat tai n .;.,: 1at F:` Abbott,c ' c. b S Sniith ."~-.:... fait c: I Smith 0 3inead, .not ouit .. Totale uling:: G.- attai for:11, ,P: bYouns-l for9. T.TB eBaiinesm for:~9, . Smnit 3 or 10 Ilurlinghai won, 1 ris, S" f1Ar'yt'iiIS"R : :'I 'TY IT 11 fIdsurist 1i, Clei enger 1 i. : Grei, i' Cleizcniger .. :- .D·uncan ! ,l .:! hI-'ime .: 11. '/GId?i?i ili b l.nla ??i:r.;:::-- C. Ili?rm?un, ;u'iii?ut , ..l...

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Kitchen Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Kitchen Garden. All vacant or new ground .iinteded for vegetable' growing. should have all manuring and. digging finished before lihe winter sets. in. Care should be taken that the young crops are feept free efrom weeds. :-Celery will require earthing up fo' blanching. Peas (early varieties); beans (Windsor), 'radish, lettuce,, ezidive,' carrots, spinach, pars ley, and turnip can Ibe sown. Cauli flower plants cai be largely: pilanted; also tree and pttato 'onions, shallots, and garlic. .Plant strawberry runners. Earth up autumnn crops of potatoes. The main crop of. onions should-o be got in as isoon-as convenient. - they succeed best in a iich, loaty .soil, inclined to be light ratller titan heavy, and whetb the subsoil is of a dry na ture. The grotutld wherm the onions are to. be sown should be th.iroughly pre pared by trlischiig and manuring. 11 farm-yard minutre is iwd, it should be thoroughly rottlil, and dug into, the ground some :ies prerious to sowing. Other manures that a,. ...

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Police Courts BRIGHTON. A ROAD COLLISION. MOTOR DRIVER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

BRIGHTON. ,nf iaii rad? bn izSaturdan, .? dth $;' took['f, liii?" ith iii Brightoin Cotrt vestedayi ieni llensr J. A. Donahl, dlriver of thenmotor car, was char:;+l with reckless dri;:.II • The Maior "tCr. T. Wilson) anl Mr. A. TIhoitson, J's.P;,adju diatld onu the 'bench. -liirioii Bros ti;',- ii'aritd woman, re sidii?g at. Nepei?ti road, said that she Was druivin?i with Mrs. Donsahilon I'hey wet driving along Nepean road,. on the proper side of the road. c he noticed three motors coming toe rrd' her and travelling? in the samle l!ini tioni. As they got close defendant name • out froln the rear and struck the jinker,: upsetting the vehicle. \Vit ness was thrown out and was renleral unconsciolis. ' Site was conveyed liy defendanit to her lhotue. Muar J. I)onaldson, married omaunt residing at Elsternwickh, said that h;ld was driving tile jinier. She felt the impact and 'knew nothing further. Constable Dulane said that the road where the accident occurred was 36 feet wide. Defendtut, ...

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SOCCER. SANDRINGHAM v. BURNS. A DRAWN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

r':, ll-''oeerr easoa`'ol;eede. ouni Sataur idlli, sii 'odringhaiiti jla'.r d filorns The loc eil stricit ?an? ore le'.tcrolen led; 'li' ..lurto?b I. Caoon, Smauinders, i1en IcIl s4ndrewo . Allan, Baird, 11Io"ls, 1. Can (Capt.), 31anger," Al lan. 'I' et ear??tsa set it 2iddle lPark altd lngnied in the Iilst round of the SeOnmld. Division Completition. Cann won0 the toss Irom ,Smidr;nhalin, as decided to ply' towards the north goal.t usseoll kickedl ol for the homie sters, and sent ouit to the left, but Andrews intervened and centred to Cana. who passed to 31anoer; the lat ter, howetvr, sent Oehlind. From the goal kick Ilhuns ained posal ssion, tried ai put shot, hbut the goalie was on the ahlrt anid cleared in easy ah ion. A foul throw against Allan brought the Burns ,~own tihe lichl agailn, auitd Sull~,rs raul ('anni were loept on the defensivel for a few n in utes, the attaClk tnrmiaating by lIurns sending wildly behind. SIaidringhamn wlire iven a free kick. Andrews gave Baird a c...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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The Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

The Orchard. Duriub this month many varieties of apples and pears will: be fit for gath-' ering. 'If the fruit.isnto be stored, care should be taken to: prevent bruising. A good criterion to know when fruit is lit to gather is when . the stalk parts easily from the branch. Many of" the late plums will: be in excellent condition for- drying, and in a atun ber of districts fruit can be profitably sun-dried. There should not be any fruit wasted as what cannot be mnnr-' keted or used privately may be dried or othtrwisu preserved for winter use. Budding operations should be finished by. the middle of the month. In plant ing 'fruit trees during the next two.t months, it is necessary the operation' should be properly per formed, . as it must be borne in mind that it is a permanent work, that should at least last a life-time, if not longer. The trees chosen should be one year old from the hbucl; of a clean growth, and a fair proportion of roots for its size. All roots that have been injured...

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Get Your Own Dividends [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

6et Your Own Dividends 'The more moneyv that is. paid in tihe I igr divkideis a:e -pay out," re mairked 'Mr. Dyon in the Co-operati'e Store: to:: a represenitative of the "Southern Gross" Inst'Thuirsdav. "I v-wint an special advertisement in the "Sidthern- Cross" pointing this out to our many customers in all llart> of the Shire, and the "Soulh,,rn Cross" does it better than any other paper I kno,-, daily: or otherwise. 1% wnt n- all our accounts paid hiefoir ext 'Thursda, so flint our custoiei'-rs may receive their dividends. Our di\ idends are made rip ion the amount of money that is paid to us, not on the tuirnover; If tile accounts are not paid :ibeore Thursday it meallul.. too, that customeri. s have to wait 1ix months for their dividends, until the next half-yearly 'dishlrsemsnt comilc along. A good aiiany peaple forgt. and I wanut-the 'Southern Cross" to "ive:them' a reminder, especially as we have had siiehli good hall-year.. Thlie store is progressing very rapidly. and I...

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ADVERTISE REGULARLY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

ADVERTISE REGULARLY. "A wee bit of a 'dago' called at my home early one morning to seil me oranges and bananas," said an ad vertiser recently. "l'e didn't sell za any, for I happened to be stokebd But he came back again a morning br two afterwards, lie made a sale tha. time. And I thought when that litte fellow left with my coin that what people won't buy to-day, they wtil buy to-morrow, next day, or poasibl not till a month after, and tbe onl way to get their trade .when they are ready to buy is to keep on telling them day after day that you are till ready to do business with them."-a "Mail Order Journal."

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Artificial Manures. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

L Mrti ficial )Vlanures. In dealing with manures, farm. lrd manure is undoubtedly the best foundation, and though usually spo ken of as a complete manure, it cat scarcely be called such, as it is badly balanced, the nitrogen and potash being considerably in excess of the phosphoric acid, whereas ex perience has shown that for general purposes the reverse should be the case. To supply sufficient phospho. ric acid by means of stable manure would be imlpossible under average conditions; it is therefore necessary that commercial manures should hb used in addition. The following par. ticulars concerning various mnanures, cost, and quantity to apply may be Instructive : Bone super.,. probably the best general coummercial manure for vege tables, containing about 16 per cent. Ivater-soluble phospnate out of a total of 35 per cent. of phosphate, and 2.5 per cent nitrogen. For mnosl crops this can be applied at the rate of lib. to two square yards where very little stable manure is used, or h...

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TREATMENT OF FARM HORSES SHYING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

TREATMENT OF FARM HORSEI SHYING. Without being a surgeon or anaet mist, any observant person will s· that fear is the chief cause of shy lag, and proof is to be found in cure resulting when the animal is convinced by seeing more closely, ot at another angle, the object, whicl, at first alarmed him. Colts when first taken oft the farm and away from the familiar objects of thcil young life shy more or less. So fat all eagra hbut what of those sub 1e.jwl1 ' flt shown that a toau gsa ~g"wilfdu' urt tlhet, ;tit will .Slupport thenl.ias nii indelinite time. neithuer otnittfg enor shating, nor dbing 'anytlhing ?|Je alarm mui, petsist. `ently shy at ite'heamie thing day al -ter day.' . _me shy at puuunes oi water, and -some at nothing at all, so far as the driver can tell. A careful examination of the eye irs some instances demonstrates the presence of cataract, but it is per fectly well known that tmuany Iorse:s with cataract do not ever .zty. It is not safe, therefore, to tut down the cau...

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THE APPOINTMENT OF MOORABBIN'S DOG INSPECTOR. CR. BROWNFIELD QUESTIONS LEGALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

1D 'kl't ? ?i U ir1T OU ;- "MOOi?AB ::BIS' S D :INSPECTOR: `:`[;R.. BROW Ui , .Qt,1Q 0STIONS," IL EGAIY . At :. londaly's mietLing of thu lor abbin ShirZe Ccnsacil Cr. Broi'ufeld ?ived ,ona notice of mnotion that the resolution appointing W. Townsend as dog: iinsiector ie reseindcd. lie saii thatL' he sulinitted the resolution he causeihe considered the appointniint had not 'been made according to the j;royisions of the Local (Go\verllellt Act. The ofliccr wal applointed with out invitin. applications. ln denr the provisiors of the TIhirtonuth Schedule a Councillor who participated in nyv Act contraury to the regulations was liable to forfeit a usnl not exceeding h£S. Je 'was desirous of protecting himself. Cr. Shieldl scoonded the resolution. Cr. White sald when the Inspector was firstt appointed all the conditions oif the Act wero observed by the Couin Cr. lrownlield.-lfe wans appoinecd a permanenll t ollicer. Cr. Scudds.--He couk Ibe dismissed at any mloment.' Cr. White.--Did - t...

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THE INDIAN SOLDIER AND THE RUSSIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

THE INDIAN SOLDIER AND THE RUSSIANS. II there he some timid people in Great Britain afraid of lRussian Je signs upon India, let them read thi retort of the old Indian soldier It China (says "St. James" Gazette"). After an inspection, . General Gaselee asked the Indian if any had a com plaint to make or ic question to ask. A line old subadlur'najor, who had fought- in the Mutiny for us, replied : "We have now been fighting in this far-iff country for monIths, and we have seen the soldiers of the whole world. nEver since we were children we he have heard ha the Russians are coming to tnlke India. Now we have seen the Russians here, and we would ask the General Sahib if these are the sam1e Russialls of wlhoml o he British Government is nraidi. and who are to tahe -oulr coul,try ?" The whole group waited breathlessly for an an swer. "Yes. these are the very Rus sians.', sahil ne I (:neral. "Then," and all the sirdar? (allcers) spoke with one accord, "let s15 declare war to-day. We have ...

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BEES VERSUS SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

BEES VERSUS SHEEP. A beekeeper at Dunkeld, contrasting sheep farming with beekeeping, states -"Before ring-barking it requires five to 10 acres to keep a sheep, and at de per annum return from the sheep, this means £25 income per square mile. An apiary of 200 colonies on three square miles (the limit at which bees work) will give 3cwt. per colony, or 30 tons, which at £30 per ton will be £900, or an average of £150 per square mile. Allowing the return !o drop to half this each alternate sea son, it means over £100. After ring ing the grass would be increased in value another £5 per square mile; but even then honey would be worth £70 per square mile more than graz ing." The present season is about the best for the production of honey that has been experienced at Sutton Grange. Several of the beekeepers have already taken over five tons each, and the supply is constantly in creasing.

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BEEKEEPING LECTURE BY AN EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

BEEKEEPING LECTURE BY AN EXPERT. The residents of Fern Tree Gully be. stirred themselves and arranged for a course of free lectures on agricultural matters, which have proved interest ing and profitable. On ý- 11' Mr. L. T. Chambers, the well-knowns Government expert on -bees, gave a lecture, which was much appreciated, on "Bees and Beekeeping," for the report of which we are indebted to the "Dandenong Advertiser": Mr. Chambers said that most peo. pie would claim that they knew which was the business end of the bee, and if asked would unhesitatingly inform you that it was located in the tail. This was not so; it was to be found at the honey-producing end. In bee keeping, as in other pursuits, it was useless for anyone to take it up, get half-way through, and then give it up. In the production of honey there is much to be learnt, and in learning the opportunity to make the profit is af forded. One man may take it up and immense success attend his labours; another make a signal failur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Educationla - ROSBERCON, GIRLS' GIRA.fAR SCHOOL and KINDERGARTEN, NORTH :ROAD; NORTH BI(;IiTON. 5 minutes from Gardenvale Station. 10 minutes from Electric Iia ,n. Large grounds; excellent aceommoda tion for. Boarders. .Pupils prepared for - University, Primary, -Junior,' and Senior ..Examinatons ; Also for University Local Examinu tions in Musise. Principals- . MISS TLSDALL and IISS CONSTANCE TISDALL, k.A: Claue Singing and Physical Culture have always formed part of the curriculum. Dancing and Special Physical Culture Leesons are open to-uni-Pupils. Three Terms for 1914 Bcgip February 10th. June 2nd. September 16th. Pupils may be Enrolled any time pro rota. "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, S"KIORA," . SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHITON BEACII. Ný;:i : .z SECONI-Y Plll1' IMAltY , ;';c ,-:,-::-Seven Mtiinutes' Walk friom Trahin.?: oir T'ra.m. - ' The school is beautifully situateid, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. .Pupils prepared for JUNIOR and SENIOR i'ULULIC Examinatiorcs; also for Unive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

The QUALITY Butcher--K. Morrison, ,,BAY ST. BW:TlON ........... .. Q UALIT Bu c e . M oT I Or Hampton St. T . 227 Brighton. Howard Weber, :Painter, SPECIAL STOCK Paperhanger,' R " S NE re. OF _:-: r~General Renovato r ,, ., House SlItNID iDl?f Decorator, .;:-: ALWAYS ON HAN.D. and ' ALL SuuURks. Repairer. MILL STREET BRIGHTON Gardeners I WATERITIGIITS and BLUCHERS. The Best in Quality means the lBost W ar and the most Comiort. The Beet is Always the Cheapest. go-rs cJ.T.MATTHEWS. Doo -.s EP Ena BOOT PALACE. Tottenat ROAD, U aCHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS THE BEST-GIVE IlM A TRY. To the General. Public of Cheltenham and District.-Two things worth Remembering-J. T. IATTHEWS 1.-Has an;:up-todate -Stock cit your dloors . .-Skilful aiid Tradysmanlike Repairing a Specialty with him.' - w11mbury $bsarp in Carpenters, Builders & General Contractors. All Classes of Alterations Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and in any State of the Additionsan Commonwa lthe IN THE Sewer...

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OUR TIMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

OUR TIMBERS. In 6 recent deputation to Sir John Se5, Premier of N.S.W., attention was directed to the urgent need. of utilising the timber resources of :the colony. Mr. A. G. Ilumby, a manu facturer, submitted a letter, calling attlention to the immense wealth of nr:r limbers, of which comparatively little use is being made. In them w-s greater value than in goldfields, for the discovery of =which large re v:ards were offered. England im ported timber annually to the.extent of many millions of pounds in money, but while much of 'the wood in our forests was suitable for the . pur poses to which the timber taken to Great Britainwas used, very little of it was made available. An im? mense export trade could be created if the question were taken up.'in a business-like manner. He was con vinced that if be-ecould convey .to London and South Africa specimens of our timbers, a large demand would be created for the article. lie referred to a few of the many. arie ties suitable for export. Th...

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Agriculture. FARMING IN CAPE COLONY. THE PRODUCTION OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

A?lgrlculture. FARMING IN CAPFE COLONY. THE PRODUCTION OF WHEAT. A; report has been received fromn .Ir.' Valder, the Commeroial Agent for New South Wales in South Afri ca, as to the approximate wheat production of Cape Colony. Regard ing the present best wheat growin; district, ilr. Valder says the South 'western and Queenstown Provinces of Cape Colony come first. One of the h Gt portions of this is the Malmes ..tdistrict, the latest record show tl'yield of 1454,224 bushels of *wlle t, or about one-fourth of the 'tyyegcrop of the colony. This die trict' is only about 50 miles frol8 calietown, and is close to Saldanha 'tay. , Another important wheat growing district is that part of the Orange River Colony known as the conquered territory of Basutoland, which consists of a series of dats at the foot of the Maluti Itills, and where it is likely that the area under crop will :be greatly extended, now that peace has been proclaimed. IBefore thd' iar, in Cane Colony, !therewece aheot. 17D...

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TO-DAY'S MATCH. BRIGHTON'S TEAM. BRIGHTON'S GOAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

TO-DAY'S MATCH. BRIGIITON'S TEAM. BRIGHTON'S GOAL. II Dowding, Wallace. Espie, Colvin, Negro. Ruck-Graham, Turabull. Rover--Duggan. E. BUniles. 'B. Bailes, W. Pat terson. Comer, R. Dawson, Peddle Taylor, Tees. BRUNSWICK'S GOAL.

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Our List of Experts. ONLY TWO SUCCESSFUL FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Our List or Experts. OSNLY TWO SUCCIESSFUL, I lO CASTS. Only two out of the muiny aspirants to fisule as hlaving expert knowledge of the Association n uae wrre able to correctly forecast all the winnlers of last SIlainrday's matches. Stranlge to say that the greated niiubeir of fail ures was il regard to the ability of IBrighton to beat North Melbollurne. Local lllpporter?s ierl en tirely astray as rtegirds ilhir on tLeamn. Of course veriy many who selected Brighton to will found it difficult to place correctly Williamstlown andi .'rlihrnn. or Footsern?ii and Blrunlswick, whilst Port onl Norihcote both hail slppporters. - 'J'he wlnners this.week Jnalles 3[onk, Wilson street, Bright on, B. Gray, Durrant street, Brighton. The money is available on applica tion to this ollice. The conditions of the competition have bIeen amended slightly, and in future comiietihtion slips will be ac ceptable up to Thursday evening. The matches for the next forecast are: Essedlon v. lirilhton, Willinmst...

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