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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

St..Murk's:'.S, (I.C :) ",11 :Mr. Cain lin ; 7, lev.; G.,1 C. sade St. Ilke's.?10:30,; lhatils, l I: (LC.)' Vicar 7, 'Supply. Male - Striet 3ietleodist Ser iices 3lale Street-I1, 'ir. Secrtohi ;:7, .fM[r Grcen. ' cnleighl 1,. fr. ; (reen. Tuckei 1ob'id--7,: no serice. Cam den-l 11. Rev'.-Watsflord 3, 3Mr? Turn er : 3,' Ion: Edgar. Black Hock Ctongregational.Churcibh -11 and 7, Rev. Reilnald Turneri: Churihl of. lng~lnl .-Cheltenliani II, MIr. Jone.: 7, Iev. C. Crotty. DIingle--11.15, Rev. C. ('routty: 7.15, Jlr. Jones. 3lourabbin--i 15, lleL.' C. Crottv. Brilliton (\e\" Street) fMethodist Circuit.-New Stret---ll. lie. i)r. Fit chett: 7, Rev. R. 1)itterich. Mill Street-ll, Mr. Kirkland; 7, Mr. Per cy 0. I'arnaby, L.Th. Were Street I1, Mr. Evans; 7, 'Mr. J. disall. ISandtinh-hall1, M1r. Percy 0. Par inaby, .1Th. : 7, Rev. C. W. Atkinson, MI.A. mll?nton.-- 1, lRev. S. .\dat son; 7, lir. C. 11. Matters. Garden vale,.-ll, I'e. C. W. Atkinson. 31.A.; 3, Mr. ?E. C. Ie Garis; 7, lev. S. Ad ...

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

Telephone 128 Windsor. Only Aidrea- .G ` Brunning & Sons, S BRIGHTON ROAD, ST. KILDA, NOT MELBOURNE. Established 50 Years. Largest Plant Nurseries in the Com monwealth. 250,000 Plants and 40,000 Roses. Write for.New Catalogues (Post Free) The Nurseries are within three minutes of the Rlpponlea Station and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOME HINTS ON BUILDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI f, 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 -repayments as weekly rent, covering interest and principal-the interest re ucing as each payment is made, and I give you the option to pay off 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. In case of illness or unemploy ment, payments are susp...

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FEDERAL COMPETITION. SEASON OPENS THIS AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

lI)IDERAI COMPETITION. SEASON OPENS THIS AFTERNOON. The Federal Association commence their r-Ties of matches this afternoon in A and i grades. The games to be Iltyed are : A GRADE. ('lhcllenhaut v. Black ock. Caulfield Dlistrict v.. 3loorahbin. Ileatherton v. Middle Brighton. 3Ientone v. Moorabbin Park. Carutt a bye. B GRADE. Galrensule v-. Ellindale. Elsternwick v._ Glenhuntly. Cambdentown v. Cheltenhanm. tordiallooe, a bye. The mit' hes :,ill I:e played on the grounid of the itrst named club., riThel Pr opetors of the "'Southe rn CioS': offci.a n?rizn of /- to to the .rsoii ;.?hii torcasts:s the greatest titiulnter of 'ri?uers .iit .both; gradts, or t6o rata if snore thiani otie competitor is slcerssful s Couipon nii st hbe in the 'Southeri Cross" ollim not later thitiiin Th?itday . .iThe mittches -to be: forecasted fot ,ies: wiýek'iare:.1 (Grade--BlItck Rock " Caiilflildi'loornib'hin v, Hleathcrton. Middlhl Brilie t'ri ?-o . lcntone, Carrum :i CheltetihanitiI Moorabbin Park a bye...

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

e. R. o. TEMME Late TEMME and HANLEY 245 Bay Street, Brighton. LIDIES I . . .w have the best assorted stock in r" the" district, and the prices are ffr Sel-anv other drapers. I believe in small profits. I buy for cash, import direct, and manuf)ecture what I can in the district, thereby savine the middleman's profit. Just arrived £100 worth of Osman ette Flannelettes, 36 inches wide, in plain, white and stripes, suitable for .Underclothing' and Pyjamat 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. ' hoose your own styles. We have pleased hundreds of ladies. Ask your neigh bour 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 9/11, trimmed buttons. Tweed One-piece Dresses, good, at 12/6 and 18/6. Also in Cloth ...

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

ROYAL XCIAN E ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £5,000,000. Fire Marine Accident Workers' Compensationo VICTORIAN BRANIC - 31 QUEEN ST., ?IElBOUIINE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRIC: AGENCIES. i ,tlT;.l?-.i P. Sunnonds,. state Agent, Bay Street. 1It1,1E IH IG1TON--Connor and Alford, Estate Agrnts. Church Strict. i'". III.I)A--Prince and Cd ., Estate Agents, 256 High Street. SANDllNGLA3f--Round and Co., Eatate Agents, Melroseo Street. C.\t'.l: L.1)--Flarold Looker and Co., opposite Caullield Si ation. (\l.1:N'VI I.\LE-Thomsson and Collinson, IEstate Agents, Gardenvale. ,\AACi.AVA--A E. Forster, Estate Agent, 2i0 Carlisle Street. A .................. ____...__._ MNERT 1KILLED BARTLETT GOVERNMENT FAMILY BUCHER, SU'IERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on the Prcinises. Green Done for Poultry Cut Daily. Poiltry and Rabbits Ahrays on Hland. Cats Daily to Ormond, McKinnoni Bentleigh, Brighton, E!sitrnwick, East Malvern, Caulfield, ...

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GREASE FOR HARNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

GREASE FOR HARNESS. A good grease for heavy farm lar sess may be made as follows : Melt 31b. of clean beef llglow, meltiang ;lowly and not allowing it to, get sot; pour slowly into this iTb. of seatsfoot oil, and stir until the mass s cold. MIuch depends upon this stirring; ii done well the mass will become thoroughly amalgamated; stherwise tlhe tallow will granulate snd show white specks. It should be soft and smooth. Add a little bone black to colour it.. For restoring leather covered mountings, nielt 3 Darts of white wax and add 1 part sopal varnish, and I part ivory black; allow the mass to boil for 5ve minutes, remove from the fire, stir until cold, and roll up into balls ,f about 2in. in diameter. Rub it sn the leather, and polish with a try woollen cloth or chanois. To slacken carriage or harness iron rork, use the best asphalteum var? tish. The King of Slaim Is asranging l bhe construction of 750 mills of a, ala for lalgspgap Rp'~gp?.

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THE BRIGHTON BEACH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

THE 'BRIJGILTfOXN 1BE-GCH I'FN. The 'ilsli nys Cimnhnissioner n< ti lied that .thc 'enofvatioin 'of theD ,rirght on tram track nould bhe continaed to Brighton Beach, and a Ahle!tr shed would be reccted on railway land ..nat the terminus. Cr. Pullman remarked that deputa tions did] sonme good after all.. Cr. llanby receatly conmplained that electric tramns were delayed so that they failed to connect with trains at St. Kilda. The Council complained to the Commissioners, who iaid in re ply that, I etween 8.17 and 9.10 n.m., there were more trams than trains, so that connections could not be eido, and the interval between the tranms was only three minutes and not ten minultes. Cr. liannby accused the Commission ers of begging the question. There was a 5-minute service up to 9.21 a.m., then a 10-miaute service. His complaint was that the 9'.21 tram frequently crawled down to the George Hotel and stopped there, whereas if it crossed the street passengers could easily catch thei...

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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

^gj|(eOju~nIciul| I oliI o'irdiiiur netii' of tlhe "iiil field. C6uncil n ins' elld on TIiie-davd wheni":' the .Mavyor' (r. 3lurlih), Crs.. EgC;l.i'Inf.ihll; Fisk~ , Kitell Clie;, Muar ray .Kin e hd toi Crllic rl rks iii'llrooliiov,? iaidhT m6ii son werei present': '. .;. HlOTHA.' STI EI T.l "'EE '" fTlihe, t ?stijlilda -Couicitl iiitiiitatd? tlit heiitri itere'tble in Hfotliha street, tora'uld ien tld lstreet to Briliton road. woulr e .ietaill :hen Cleir llield ,was l'e-rsi t!iitaolisithlr portion cf the rul. 'Rcferred to li'ulie lrkes Cininitti. ;i::Sl(POILIN STREET TI I I ES. -. The ,Poshil Depnrtmi.nt intihnatcd that ntroet trees in various streets ivo,;uld h Ie lopped tio provide iproper cleeraincie for telephlione wires. ;Cr: lghstin rein.r ed thalint trses were:b heing ilisohltcly spoild biy ithe onitinal' cuttinu. SReferred to tine Survevor. .ANOTII)It DllAINAi:l: COM PLAINT. J. hMoore, of I:uilwav rrces:'nt. El- - sterntwicki. icmlninii id of the flIodlin of the drain inll ...

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Electric Trams THE CAULFIELD SYSTEM. PROPOSED EXTENSION TO OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Eliectric Trams TI;E, "_.i FIEL S S19'IEM. 15IIOVOSED EXTE\SION TO 0 oK leThe Brough, of? Oakleioi. wrote to Caultkll- -.( ounnil- on .Tueuday stating thnat thc? ?ere desiros of :securing a train cxtetisoii tot Oahleigh? from the teiiiusins. ofthide lelmtnttly3 road line, aloug :scecini and Danddenong roads; and:; thel Boadwa?, to' Oakleigh Post office: i;'h also inmited Caulfield to meetli th'inti -i, conference on- the kquest Cr 'oniso uoted lirtathe i Coun cl! agree to the liestn estion. - Cr KKing seconded ftheoiiiotion. l ie expliptiedit :-tliat:, by?IgOing.. along 'the roiit proposedo )iv ;Oakleighi thel would Ie'too, close to ti railway: line, ,and !ie 'as ceirtain t ishiTruiit: 'ould eI agariist such . a routel.:' considered thatl ,'a: bjetter. romute ·iouldl? be. alonig Rnilwby es eent, t isrssight Frogmore estate?n:-:ailt Kanasroodroad :to ,Oak Sigie.ci o::it usu.isU insii'di,?1 , "]Lst ?hellret-fdl"}?¢: ?7're.o o i .-'as earsr : .-" e 'l.- I ieTraS'Il'~ lI l ::o\S " -The,...

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Moorabbin Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Moorabbin eouncil The ordiinary, lml(etin?l of the 3lolrab l:in ShIire Colncil. on Mlonday evenillg us~c httcnlrtl by the Presidenit (Cr. Ferdianlo), C'?. Scudds. Kelly,3'hite Prownieltd, , Smlith.. 3lil1ls.Jl:iaririott, Shiehl.s Eggleston, Smimall arnd 1B ir 'ess. Orgialhd'i this finance;lmiusiness of the Coiineil "wass tranteetti itljo, rlto the mlleetiig, ; a feti;:.Coiucilloi'rs wtho attend erled c u ilt tit 'tlhe rejiiu:ae, i? one or t lo he'liince'ns eti~etileriuig the mleetiug t so thlrt ci iiiticilorstmight ilknlo: awhi t l tle ratepavers "! ol/ey was goiiint.'. li i:, ?'hile: thil fiiinovation worked .ltisinet?ril, hiit lItelt - the Coutncillkors ianr :ei'inc dl:disliosjioio ti o allow this ani?ei iiiportant' pIrt " of the Council's bisiness he tiransacted by tllree or folr, lhilstliie 'rest 'pend Ihe .tiite 1 Ii= ii-ii lelsI ilist i s.l ion nltlta gsl themsel'ees on aiii siiubj.iit uit what is before the' chair.l An tilhe ilterest- of public wvelbure til? Cumncillhore shou...

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Tennis Third Class. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Tennis Third Class. Brighton A v. University :A, at?.Uni versity, to-diy *: -Gibbons and N. Jeffery.. : Carson and Court. - Brighton B v. Glenferrio Hill An at Brighton, to-day. Oxen and Bundy. E. and V. Ivory. Matches start at 2 o'clock sharp. -

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Golf LINACRE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Golf L1NACRE PARK.. SThe annuil meeting of the Linacre Park Golf Club was held in the San dringham Hall last Monday night, and was well attended by members. The election of officers resulted as follows: -President, Mr. J. B. Eggleston; -ice-presidents: Messrs. Ifandfield and Bowser; captain, Mr. J. Steele; bon. sec., Mr. Harry N. Matters; hon. treas., Mr. J. F. T. Dipnall; com miittee: Messrs. Ashton, Bowser and -Maguire. At the conclusion of - business a smoke social was much enjoyed by the members, the musical items being con tributed by Messrs. Dey, Paton and others.

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Football. BRIGHTON v. NORTH MELBOURNE. A HARD FOUGHT GAME. THE SEASIDERS FINISH WELL. AND WIN BY TWO GOALS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Football. BIU]GIrrON :. v. UTI.IL3UIL AM)W::IN BX ,iWO GOALS. Slthoug"h Briglhton. sutered a vers in their opening nimtchl of the season their forim gae their :supporters cdu fidenco thit the t'eam would not al way s occcupy the l.losing -pos;tiiton 'lide club .journeyed to North 31elbour6ie on Saturday, and the team were - ccon Ipanied by. a large following. Tihree nl terations were made in the personnel. Knighton,. w id had recdved injurics .i the Fo;o6tscrai mnatclh, was relieved y Espie, Teese replaced A. Pattcrson on the forward line, whilst "Puddy" taylor was givuli a run in place of It. Dawson, who 6had been detainud;i rid did not. arrive oni the ground till fitcr the lnatch started.-- The plac ngs of thelomen i c re . Baclk Dodin, pe. Half-I ack-Ner Col vi,'i Wallae. Centre-W.M rattersone ItBai dlualf-forward- s l-Ti lle, ?urlersoii;P Iorward-Thylor, Colnier. ,Followers-.Grahani, Turnbull. love-u- )uiii an; - The seasidlers oplned the plany by kicking towards tIth Eastern go...

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

SOUTHERN OCOSS Football Ceonetitions lNo. i. Victorian Football": dissociation 10s. PRIZE prize of 10/- will be awarded the competitcr fullilling all the condi tionf oi this competition, or pro rata i! more than one. coNDITIONS. iCoitaititors to name on the coup'on provided in this col umn the winoer of the .Vic torian Football A'ssociation Iatches played on the date on the coupon. ~_Co??petitors to be residents of thse Town of Brighton, City of Saullield, or Shire of Moora'b bin; or annual subscribers to Ihe "6outhern Cross" (6/6). 3,-Coupons to be in the "Southern Cress" Office on Tuesday prior to the date on the Coupon. .-Namn and Address of Competi tor to appear on the Coupon. 5.-All writing to be, legible and in ink. 6.-Coupons to be addressed FO"TB13ALL COMPETITION, The Editor, "Southern Cross," BRIGHTON. (Incompleto Address will Disqualify). 7.--ihe decision of the Editor to bh final in regard to all matters. FUOGIDALL COUPON. ,I " No. 1. * YICTORIiAN FOOTBALL " ASSOCIATION. ...

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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 25, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's SATURDAY APRIL 25, 1914 District News BRIGHTON. Robert Young, a married man re siding at Lubuiiumt street, and am- ployed at Hayball Bros.' timber yard in New street, had the misfortune on Wednesday to get his right hand caught in the planing machine, and having the thumb and first finger severed. He was conveyed to St.     Andrew's Hospital where he was op erated on by Dr. Tucker. The Brighton Croquet Club have ar ranged a good programme of events for the gynkarna to be held this af ternoon on the Club's lawns, Male street, close to the M1iddle Brighton station. The usual committee meeting of the Brighton North Ward I'rogress Ass, eintion was held on Monday evening last, when accounts were passed for paymtent and progress reports were rend Iby the'secretLar. 22 new mere-n hers were elected, which is strong evi dlence of the vitality of the Associn tion. The mealbers can rcongratulate ...

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

MORDIALLOC. The local band are thinking of run ning a grand bazaar in aid of the band funds. The date of the first meeting has not yet been arranged. The Mordialloc Football Club will play the Carlton Adelphians on Mon day. All members and intending mem bers are requested to be on the ground at 2.30 sharp. The carnival has been abandoned, owing to lack of interest. A meeting on September 19th will decide if a carnival be held next A.N.A. day. Mr. Joe Taylor sustained a severe loss last Saturday night. Whilst re turnine home from Aspendale. after completing his fruit round, he was run into by a motor car, and his horse was so badly injured that it had to be destroyed. The waggon was also badly damaged.

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Bowls THE BRIGHTON TOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Bowls THE BRIGHTON TOURNEY. The fourth Brighton District Tour ney commences this afternoon on the Elsternwick District green, and will be continued on Monday (Eight Hours' Day). Play starts at two p.m. to-day and the draw is: Sandringham v. Mentone. Elsternwick District v.' Brighton. Cheltenham v. Mordialloc. The clubs will be represented as fol lows: Brighton.-Jeffery, Nash, Rendle, Twesey; Hannagan, Nelson, Fossey, Tricks. Elsternwick.-Johnson, Stott, Pen nington, Niven; Cunningham, Mor gan, Sarah, Hamilton. Mordialloc.-Lording, McCartney, Judd, Miller; P. Coleman, White, Balfe, Auderson. Mentone.-La:uan, Maloney, S. Townsend, Sheedy; Pepler, J. Caud well, F. Townsend, Dr. Scantlebury. CHELTENHAM. Pentland, H. Woff, Walton, W. Woff. Scullin, LePage, 1'. Wolf, Barnett. SANDRINGTIIAM. E leston, Weston, Belyea, IHaydon. Brownl,'. Nshkervls, Champion, Wdol ard. -Mordialloc will be represented in a B rink competition at Carlton this afternoon by Lording, Coleman, M. I Swain and Caudwel...

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The Railways THE MORDIALLOC LINE SERVICE. INTERRUPTED BY RACE TRAFFIC OTHER IRREGULARITIES IN RUNNING. COMPLAINT BY MOORABBIN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

The Railwavs TiHE MORDIALLOC LINE SERVICE. INTERRUPTED BY RACE TRAFFIC OTIHER IRREGULARITIES IN RUNNING. COMPLAINT BY 30011RBBLN COUNCIL. The irregularities in the train se. vice on the Mordialloc line have can , much inconvenience to the residents i that district, and complaints are ni thlit tho ordinary service is held iu is benefit the race traffic. On lMonda last, during a slight'fog, the 9 n. train from Iordialloc was delaved for 45 minutes, arid a train schediled ti stop at every stationl an ran express t the City, whilst the exnrevs cl:awlte along, giving the paOssengers ample time in which.-to admire the rustie beauty of every small township on thu line. At -the meeting of the Mnoralbi, Council on Monday evening, Cr. Kellv referred to the rumning of the ti;ir;a on what had been called the beet-man. aged railways in the world. lh, pr, tested against the ordinary traffic h,. ing interrupted by the race trains. H, pointed out that on Saturday he ha:i to wait on the statio over ...

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Valedictory BENTLEIGHT SCHOOLMASTER. FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR. J. BROMILOW. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 April 1914

Valedictory BENTLEIGH SCHOOLMASTER     FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR J. BROMILOW. A large number of Bentleigh resi   dents attended the banquet held at Bentleigh Public hall on Thursday evening, as a farewell to Mr. J Bromilow, who had been head master at the local school during the past four years, and had been promoted to   the school at Eastern Hill (Colling wood). Cr. T Marriott (Chairman     of the School Committee) presided and justice was done by those present to the good things provided by the Ladies Committee. After the. toast of the King had I;een honoued, the .Clhairman prliposed the toast of the Giest, He said that it was with ininglcd feelings lie . sub mitted the toast, because lie regretted Mr. Bromilow's remnoval.k Ile did not wnmt -to say anything disparaging ,f previous he.admnster,. bult thee all nust remenl er the insnllicient accom miodation thier had before Mr. Lromi low's arrival. lie was ce...

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Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

Tennis lhe-ults of .'rd class, matches plcr last Saturday: Brighton, A v. University .\.- ;ib. ons and Jeflery;(Bl:) d. V arley and N'Lorinan (U.), '6--, 6--2, a.ul i. Craig and Grove a, (U.), 6--3, --I Court and Carson (B.) lost to CraiL and Grove, 6--5, 3-6, 3-, ad ikst to Yurley and 3WLorinan, 5-6, 1-ii. Total(---Brighton A; 2 rubbers 5 set., -12 games; University, A, 2 rublb:r,, I sets, 41 games. : Brighton B v. Glenferrie Hll A.- Ivory and Ivory (B.) d. Hay ad Ilii, inson (G.LI), 6-2, 6-5, and d. Esn. hohmn and IR. A DicKinsn (_.11. I, to Enghohnl and It. A. )liclinson, -i, 6ti, 5--7, and d.. ay and ickihnuu 6-1. Totals-Brighton B, 3 rub bers 7 sts,7 sets, 50ganes; Glenferric ill A, I rubber, 2 sts, _27, games. MATCHES :TO-I).'Y. A Tetii' v;. 'Oriond College, at Brighton, is : deffery dand Gibbons.' Carson and Gourt. B TeaIn,v. Studley Park, at, Studlley Purk, is : - Ivory'and .Ivoirn : Aylwin sand Bundy. SLadies :.second class mnatcdes start Tliuis?t, 7th1 May.'. " _l Team:......

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