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BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

DRIG IITON. It i, refreshing to be able to record the enterprise of at feast one lonal owner who has app)reciation of the 'ossihilities in Brighiton of a good elas of mtoderate sized houses. l'hese are .tod rent-producine pro)posritions, with the altrrrative of profitble sale always in view, mnd it is surprising that there should be so much idle land close to our local stations. is well as on the outskirts, whilst there is so munch demand for huses of this type. i iln ur tendr collm, 1)r. 31'l.(:eaa invites offers from local build ers for the erection of four W.B. villas, 5 roi's, illn heOdliu plaee. In our atdvetrtising colius it will he noti,:cl that W. Charles A. Fox, of Cowper street, B'riglhtotn, is offering ftr sale his Spring\ile propertrrtyv f ncres of malrket garlden, lunll. The land is pledidly.clitered, at d 1eing ill fillow offers a sfplendid opportunity ior those conltelmpillltiLg market ger ilening in the district for the eusuiihl teaeslI. ]ELSTElRNWICK. On Tuesdat .1r...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Land Sales BENTLEIGH STATION ESTATE. A MOST SUCCESSFUL AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

Land Sales -.e@* "BENlT'LEIGIH S'rTATION? ESTATE.; H T310T SUCCESSFULC1 UCTION.` u subxlivisional- laiind sale; at Bentleigli intiil last Saturdavn hlien Messrs Cog hill -,'. Ianiiltonin conjuiniction With Mr,-:W. II. Wo d? sold on behalfl.~ 6f Mr ' l\Wani. Anderson' thelo' Bentleigh ta-..' tioi? I Estate?djoimning the ralwvy 'sta-. tion, in 51l allottiacnts. a Thlisale was conidutiet, by H?i-,Ar.;iA. la: iglhton"l ivho; as aliattei: of?fact, ":onducts. a propi?ei- sale" of soihse sort pretty well every -? attr:day~ inithe year. : There wias an- attiindance' of some 250 to 300 Isople, sod biddin wasa librsk right throuhout :the sale,, the Xwhole 51 lots bein d?:isosed of before 5d 5'clock;: t'Ihis augEurs . ell for f`iture' sales' in Beietlcili asnd Se i iu uterstaai that the sane ? firm inare to hale iiiorc sulidi'is ion?al- sdiles int thle' district' this -ear. ,'miile it is` smnuetliingu'incommon f-for a o i tate .of- 5. allotmenits to Ib:sold out in one afteritooi in -.this dist...

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

','~,~?,: - -,?i-:~, i~, : ;:~_,.THE ... ...... ............ Elsternwick FRESH . FOOD SUPPLY. r .119 Glen Huntly ld, OW ellSV, ' Elsteruniwick. A Few Dos , la 1 low Eo . S. & A. Ban?k. :We specialiso ih the 1 ,ovisior 'ruade, keep the very Ic? t ,,leiRa -i. able, end wsill .ot 1I ui.!ser.-tol. All Goods kept in Cooling Chain ber. Eggs from Cool Districts Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Butter' r and Cheese from Western District Factories. Kindly Renftbmber This-Whether your Order is Worth a Shilling. ; or i Pound we Deliver it Promptly and in a careful and Up-to-Date manner,. W. H. Nicholson " begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Di?tr*s that he hr Opened a Store at Glen Huntly (Late Blundty), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, "i and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage is respectively Solicited GOODS DELIVERED. DAILY. STORES-Brighton, Elsterawlck, Balaclava and Olen Hiuatly. :W H. NIeROLSON, Grocer, Wine & S...

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THE LATE MRS. C. KEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

THE LATE MRS. C. KEYS. I At St., Matthew's Church. Chelten ham, on Sunday evenine last thle ser vices had special reference to the death of Mrs. C. Keys. The vicar, Rev. C. Crotty, preached an appro priate sermon, and four of the late Mrs. Keys' favourite hymns were seuE-. There was a large conrreegation, in 'cludin¢ a rood number of relatives of the deceased lady.

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

CUHURCH SERVICES. Church of England services.-Chel tenhamn-1- , H.C., Rev. U. Crotty: i, Mr. Ray. Dingley-11.15, Mr. Ray; 7.15, lRev. C. Crotty. Mooralhjin--S, f'.C., Rev. C. Crotty; 3.15, Mr. Ray. lriehlton (New street) Methodist Circuit.-New street-ll, Mr. Mellen; 7, Rev. S. Adainson. Mlill street-l, ;Mr. I)eGaris; 7, Mr. Williamson* Were street-ll, MIr. Kirkland ; 7, Mr. Par naby, L.Th. Sandringham-11, Rev. S. Adamson ; 7, Mr. Chinchen.'Hanp fon-1.1, IRev. P. J.'Jennings; 7, Rev. C. W. Atkinson. Gardenvale-'-rl, ir. P'arnab-, .iTh.; 7, Mr. Jewell. All Souls', SandriIhhlmn.-S, II.C.; 11 and 7, Rlev. Hv. H. .J. Norwood, Th.L. " ioly Trinity, Hainpton.-ll and 7, Rev. i[. p. (Goss, Th.Shol. St. Acses'. Illack-Rock-ll, aMorning Irayer; 7, Choral Evensong. St. Anlrew's Church of Fnli.rl,nl. Middle lrihltoh.-l1, 11ev. A. W: 0resswell, 3M.A.; 7, Itev. A. Law. Tih. -chol. St. .,nrk's.-S. II.C.; I. Vicnar; 7, Jr. W. A. Wilson. St. l.uke's.-ll. Mr. W. A. Wils:m : 7, Viar.I .lctlhodisti Srvi...

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THE MATERNAL SHINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

THE MATERNAL SHINGLE. When the angry passions gathering In my mother's face I see, And she leads me in the bedroom, Gently lays me on her knee; Then I know that I will catch it, And mf flesh in fancy itches, As I listen to the patter Of the shingle on my breeches, Every tinkle of the shingle Has an echo and a sting, And a thousand burning fancies Into active being spring; And a thousand bees and hornets 'Neathi my coat-tail seem to swarm As I listen to the patter Of the shingle, oh so warm f In a splutter comes my father, Who I thought had hardly gone, To survey the situation And tell ma to lay it on; To admonish and reprove me, As I listen to the strain Played by her and by the shingle In a wild and weird refrain. In a sudden intermission, Which appears my only chance, I suggest, "Go gently, mother, Or you'll split my Sunday pants." She stops a moment, draws her breath, The shingle holds aloit, And says, "I h4d no thought of that, My son, just take them off." Holy Moses I And the a...

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The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at bo thy country's, the God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

,.et all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATU'RDAY, MAY 2, 191.1. District News ----*4 BRIGHTON. Quite a stir was cauIced on Tuesday eiening by the telehhone "comnunica tion-at the police station' that 'an at tempt had been mnade to set fire to a shop in St. Andrew's street. Con stable -3cEnitff Tas sent to investigate anid on enluiry- he found that the trouble arose through soime youths dlhtaining a quantity of curliide from a `:icycle lam;p. l'hey placed the mua Lerial close to the doorway, and generated acetylene gas by throning on some water. 'lThey applied a lighted match, and the gmas burst into Ilanie.' The owner -ahs alarmed on noticing the Ilames. and. rushing across the road telephoned to the police. . The balance sheet of the re.,:t gar lden fete and'lchiltren's pirty hehl at the municipal Lnrdens in aid of the Blras Iland was submittlj alt a Imeet ing of . the colnmittee held Tuesday ce ..in ..he receipts aniounted to ±t17Lo.T1./9 -t(rec...

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FENCING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

FENCING. -o-- This is the age of newspapers of all sorts of shapes, sizes and for all kinds of persons, but one would think that a paper to deal exclusively with such an ordinary subject as "Fenc ing" would be impossible. That such is not the case is proved by the receipt of "The Cyclone Zephyr," or Something about Fencing, a neat eight-page quarto sheet, which extols the virtues of the "Cyclone" fence and gates, An extract from it reads: If in this world you'd make business to hum, You must blow your own trumpet and beat your own drum; lie modest when modesty's virtue itself, But in pushing new business, put that on the shelf. The editor has acted up to this ex hortation, as the following introduc tory par shows The "Cyclone" Fence is so named because it sweeps all before it. It has already covered a hundred thou sand miles in the United States, and no0w it has swept across the seas and commenced a grand course of devas tation in Australia, where it has already begun in e.rnest to ...

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

1.·~31ecbctr~ ~~w ;Mill .an;I .T~imberisrd. ~v.rvthin..^ at Metbonrn&PI~Ie ap and Lawrie, ~iiddle Brighton. Tlp~o4 e. R. O. TEMME Late TEMME and HANLEY 245 Bay Street, Brightonr GSPECIAL LINES; ? SPECIAL LINES. 6 SPECIAL LINES. 6 SPECIAL LINES. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. FOR.TIS WEEK ONLY. FOR; TInS WEEK ONLY.. FOR-THIS WEEK ONLY. FOR :IIIS WEEK ONLY. STARTING MONDAY, MAY 4th. ST'ARTING MONAY, MAY 4th. STARTING MONDAY, MAY 4tlh STARTING 1ONDAY, MAY 4.t,. STARTING MONDAY, MAY 4-lth. 29 INCH COLONIAL FLANNEL. 29 coroxma s. FOE sad. Usual. 1/- a Yard. 3)INCH WHITE FLANNELETTE. -6d. tUsual, 10d: a*Yard. C1IIILDREN'S NAVY AND GREY , AL LWOOL KNITTED COATS, f r. At '211 and 4/11. Size, '2Otr 6 4 inch. LAIIES' ONE-PIECE DRESSES. Nicly Trimnmed for -G/G. Usual, 12/6. -TlIS SEASON'S GOODS. ENTLEMEN'S TWEED TROUSIRS .d'2/G. Usual, 4/6. SIIIRTS for 2/6:" . , Worth 3/6.: WE HIAVE rlE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF . I DRAPERY.IN THE . ,lICES ARE BELOW . - Temme, trBay Street, Brighton. STelephone 225. ...

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TREES ON THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

fl133 ON THE FAR By H. Pye. One of the most striking features of the present-day scenery of many of the farming distriots of our State is the general absence of well cared-for plantations of shelter and timber trees. We are more familiar with the gaunt, dead forest giants that stand like mystic sentinels of a glorious past. Farmers! cannot you, who are bound by every tie of gratitude to the trees for their kind ly shade during the hot noonday, and to their warm shelter from the cold winter blasts, do something to en courage the growing of them ? Youi influence at the Agricultural Socie ties meetings and at your conferen ces would do much to forward the movement. Country teachers ! in stil into the minds of your scho:acs love for trees. Do this, and you will encourage them to reflect, and save many from future mental stagnation. A farmer generally aims at obtain ing from his land the best returns possible, but it sometimes happens that portions of his farm are of no agricultural valu...

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FOUND AND LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

FOUND AND LOST. In an upper room of a miserable tenement I found my 'love. There, in the squalor of those nameless sur roundings, she lay, her wasted arms stretched out over the ragged coverlet, her breath coming and going slowly, with a dreadful hollow murmur. And when I looked on the yellow, unrecog. nizing eyes, rendered additionally ghast ly by the traces of make-up lingering on thle lids; on the thin wisps of hair, gray in patches, and green and yellow where the cheap dyes had faded :on the shrun ken skin, whose copper-hue spots con veyed to my praticed eye an only too :ommon significance ; on the mouth, where could be read more plaiuly than anywhere else that story of degradation -whlen I looked on these things I closed my, eyes and, my love appeared to sme o:nceagain, clothed in all the glory of the `oast. She is mine--my wife-my love. Site was stolen from me, but I loved t.er., He the enemy of my boyhood and .f: my manhood had taken her away Iroin me and then flung her in th...

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ROLLER FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

ROLLER FLOUR. Mr. J. Newron, proprietor of the Wunghnu Flour Mill, lectured to a large gathering of district farmcls, millers, and townsmen in the public hall, Shcepparton, recently, on stone versus roller crushed flour. lie stated that the rollers extracted or killed all the elements in the wheat which were essential for the healthy brain, for bone forming, and for the genecal nourishment of the frame, and he felt certain that the roller flour which the present day millers were making was eesponsible for the awful sights which were. to be witnessed every day at the Chi!dten'r liospita, in Melbourne, antd a great number of the idiots and Ilua tics who were accommodated in thi lunatic asylurhs at KMew and elsewhere. The rollers crushed the life out of the flour, and the flour crushed tthe life out of the people. That was the rn son there were so many dyspeptics. It accounted for the toothless gums of people, and gradually the general population were having a decreased lease of life. ...

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Progress Leagues GARDENVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

Progress leagues , . - , *--"Q - GA?lIDEN\ ALE. 1'he monthly mr.eeting of the Garden vale and : East Elstern'wick Progress Association was held on'.Tuesday. ,Mr Wadham presidcd, and thlere. was a good attendance of-:mem.bers. . STREET,LI:GIITILG.• ht Th. :1frigiton Coincil niotiiled thatlnt the niatter of lighting.N'epean road nas now en?igign the, attenition .of tihe council.. Mr.;3r. Collinson sugests,-thliat- the council he' asked: to ýerct, I'he' lamp at the corner of Gaidenvnie rodd before the winter setin; as.thle place. was dan erous;. he sug~gesrton was greed Ji le:.;Metropolitan as , Company tlated that they lied -ared to n ex tenid. s mat ns alons "[Uniitz?Bert?-a? end Colledo stirets , nef'Vlster eveimnue. 3iMe?1mbers expressed gratification' at the-information. : :- Tho Cnullield. Council intimated that they lihad instructed theo, Gas Compinm to;erect a lamp at the ,intersection.of Gardlenale and. Begonia roads. Re ceived . , 'iE SANIrAtRY CONTRACT. Th Ca el Culfeld Coun...

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

SOUTHERN CRlOSS Football competitions No. 1, Victorian Football Association l Os. PRIZE A prize of 10/- will be awarded the competitor fulfilling all the condi tions of this competition, or pro rata it more than one. CONDITIONS. f.-Competitors to name on the coupon provided in this col umn the winners- of the Vic torian Football Association matches played on the date on the coupon. 2.-Competitors to be residents of the Town of Brighton,- City of Caulfield, or Shire of Mooruab bin; or annual subscribers to the "Southern Cross" (6/6). 3.-Coupons to be in the "Southern Cross" Office on Thursday prior to the date on the Coupon. 4.-:?ame and Address of Competi tor to appear on the Coupon. 5.-All writing to bhe. legible and in ink. 6.-Coupons to be addressed. FOOTBALL COMPETITION, The Editor, "Southern Cross,". BRIGHTON.. (Incomplete Address will Disqualify). 7.-Tho decision of the Editor to be final in regard to allmnatters. FOOTBALL COUPON. No. 1. .F VICTORIAN FOOTBALL + ASSOCIATION., +...

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

Educationla ROSBERCON, GIBL9' GRAMMAR SCHOOL and -: : KINDERGARTEN, NORTH ROAD, NORTH BRIGHTON. 5 .iinutes from Gardenvale Station. 10 minutes from Electric Iram. .Large grounds; excellent aceommoda " ' tion or Boarders. Pupils prepared for `U?niversity, Primary, Junior, and Senior Examination.; Also for University Local Examina tions in Musis. Principals MISS TISDALL and HISS CONSTANCE TISDALL, L.A OClass Singing and Physical Culture. have always formed part of the curriculum. Dancing and Special Physical Culture Lessons are open to Non-Pupils. Three Terms for 1914 Begisi February 10th. June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be Enrolled any' time pro rata. "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, S"KIORA," SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH. SECONIARY. PRIMARY, SUII-I'II1A I(Y. "'- Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. : The school is beautifully situated, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR and' SENIOR P'UBIC Examinations ; also for University and all other examina tio...

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

T he auch ,o .- .. uHmtno T.. 227 Bighton. j o j The QUALI W ,16utcher. K. Morriso "" ?'B"8°1 '__ a. ..A " «** V^ • r- 1 _ * * C/r HIampton St, T?I. el. 227 Brighton, Howard Weber, 'Painter, CIAL STTOCEETperhanger rCAL SOck - Paperhanger, REASONABLE PRICES. OF General Renovator, 1;TALL PAPER`{'. SricrID VAsI1 Dcorator,' ALWAYS ON HAND. and ALL SUU. n .S. Repairer. MILL STREET, BRIGHTON. Gardeners I. WATERTIGTITS and BLUCIHERS. The Best. in Quality means the Best Wear and ?the most" Comnort. The Best is Always the. Cheapest. goors c.T.MATTHEWS. Boors REPVARmaS BOOT PALACE.=- Too.DER CHARMAN SROAD, ST! TT CHELTENHAMN Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS TILE BEST-GIVE RIll A TRY. To the General Public of Cheltenham and District.-Two things worth . : R- eme?ihering--.. _T .ATTHIEWS . 1.-Has an up-to-date Stock at ?our doors. 2.-Skilful and Tradesmanl ke - .~:?Repairing a Specialty with ii. - 1e1 bury h brpan Cnrpenters, Builders & General Contractors. All Classes of + l Work Execute...

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THE VALUE OF CLOVER [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

THE VALUE OF CLOVER From time immemorial it has been well understood that clover adds to the fertility of the soil. It is only of recent years, however, that the method by which this is accomplished has been understood even by scien tists. Clover cannot add anything to'the potash or phosphoric acid of the land, for the reason that it can obtain no supply of either except what is within reach of its roots. It may, however, have a greater capacity than 6ther plants for utilising that sup ply, and when once it is used for its purpose leaves it in a more available shape for absorption by other plants (than it was before. Clover obtains its fertility-the fertility which it gives to the land-solely in the form of nitrogen, which it obttiins from the atmosphere. Just as to how this is done scientists are not quite clear, but they hihve succeeded in demonstra ting that it is closely associated with the little wart-like protuberances on the roots of the plant, m'iich for want of a better ter...

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GREEN CROPS FOR WINTER USE [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

GREEN CROPS FOR WINTER USE As a rule, farmers depend too much upon nature to supply their stock with green feed during the summer months, and when nature fails there is always a direct loss, either by a check in the profits that are being de rived from the stock, or, the loss ol them altogether. No doubt many farmers make each year a quantity of hay and ensilage, and rely on this, but no matter how well the crop is grown and cured, it will not be equal to green fodder, expecially for milk producing purposes; it is therefore ne cessary to try and obtain a supply of green crops right throughout the year. ' Of course, in n:any districts some seasons of the year will not al low of this, as the rainfall is too light to admit of the land being ploughed and prepared for the seed. But, however, in most ciasons there is sufficient rain for the purpose, if care is taken to make usa of the oi portunities offered. We notice that thiere is generally suliicient green crops grown upon every farm u...

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Lobster of Prawn Sauce, for Boiled Fish. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

Lobster or Prawn Sauce, for Uoiler Fish. Ingredients-} pint white sauce, teaspoon lemon juice, J teaspoon an chovy sauce, 2oz. lobster, or } pint prawns. Mlethod.--Remove fish from shell, cut into small pieces, add to the white sauce, and season with the an chovy sauce and lemon juice.

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

ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Accin Workers' Compensation, VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., IELBOUI?eNE J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRICT AGENCIES. llII;TlI'EO.- -S. 1'. Simmonds, Estate Agent, 'a ? stree:: :. ' ?, i 1l l.E: IIll[ITON-Connor and Alford, .Estate A rits, Chrch :Street si'. I ll)A---P'rince and Co., Estate Agents, 56G Higih Street. SANDINGHA3 --Round and Co., Estate Agents,. fMelrose Street. Ci. il I .ll. --llarold I.ooser and Co., opposite Caullield :tation. S;.\l:n\ilEl' .-Thomson and Collinson, Estate Agcn s, (lardcnkale. II.L l..\V.\--A. E. Forster, Esltate Agent, 20t Carlissler Street. .-V x c.. • . 4 ,, J .• M[ET KILLED jNDER GOVERNMENT FAMILY, BUCHER, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY. ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry,.. Cut Daily. Poultry and Rabbits.Always on lland. 'arts Daily to Oinond, McKinnon fentleigh, Briglnca, Elstrneicik, Eat Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie,...

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