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

COOKERE1 SAUCES. The chief principle to be observed In making plain savory sauces is that the flour or thickening should be tho roughly cooked, and that the butter used in the foundation does not oil. The best method is to cook the Ilour and butter well before adding the liquid, when the starch grains in the flour burst and the raw taste is avoided. The particular flavour from which the sauce takes its name is added afterwards, such as parsley, capers, onions, lemons, etc. the pro portion of butter and flour to each half-pint liquid should be respective. ly one ounce and half an ounce, but. should the sauce be required for masking purposes, the quantity of flour should be increased by one luarter ounce. An enamelled sauce !an and a wooden spoofs are neces sary to produce a white, smooth sauce, lemon juice and parsley should be added off the tire just be fore serving. Sweet sauce .should be thickened with cornflour or arrow root, moistened, and added when the milk is nearly boiling, ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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HOW TO KEEP WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

11OW TO KEEP WELL. "The requirements of health can be counted on thie fingers of one hand," said a l6ading London physician. "They are good, fresh air, good food, suitable clothing, cleanliness, and ex ercise and rest. "The first two requirements affleC the blood, and as the blood circu lates all over the body, every part of the body, including the brain, is affected. Fresh air affects the parity of the blood. The freshest is out of doors, and it is the duty of every one who wishes to be healthy to spend a certain amount of time in the open air. Good food is not me sessarily expensive food. "Exercise and rest should alter nate and balance each other. It is quite possible to take too much eu ercise, and this side of the question must be guarded against as care fully as the other. "Women, as a rule, do not rest sunlliciently. Every woman should try during ,lie day to get a few rinutes of rest, even if it interferes with her regular work. It is im possible for her to attend to the ieal...

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FIFTH ROUND. ELSTERNWICK DISTRICT 33, beat CHELTENHAM 14. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

ELST'11'JI'.-IK .- 1iTJLIC1 T 3'3 beat UJIIEL'T'JLNJIl :l 1. "'iven (I5) .provexd too ostron.g for Iloff. (s) lihe t, Cheltedratn skip had 'scored 2 u?lp to the- fourthi end, anud wass lying. thiree Wiho i.:Veiic jilayed a dea eand. Thle lenet :six wet to ElI sterwlick. '~off I li-nihed the gamme. with i-t four.' Barnditt (Cliciteirhamn). the other skip, w\as also down.- laum iltoni, whu was his OGllhiuent, istarted with thre aned two.: '.- Jarilett rispio, did with otie, n udl aft.er 'eahh.lcam1 had ?rcrecl 'two, Jinailton 'oAbtiodl ' a rui of. live: singlces'whicli "was foilloweid in the ll thl' eid by a ivoe. Tihe scores iver.t llniltoli" . Jt irilett l -. BRIGOTI 'ON .,- Let ; SANNlt1lCG1LA3I1 Wtoolritl ccis itup one .agliiist lTriclks (1ti to 15); ' Woolardt got 1, 6, I in the ticst 'thrn:: eeils, anid- in the next, two Tricks. repliedl with? si'l niL.ttwo: The IBrighton lllen hereliol:liiig raither wi?ce;"' iid iJ ricks wvits calletd uplon -tli il?ay a saviii;" ?Aine.. .Liv's....

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FOURTH ROUND. BRIGHTON 33, beat CHELTENHAM 19. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

_ IO, URI'l li OUDI. - lltl!iriTOV 33 : eit CIIEl ,TENHLA3 , , :.- :'. .- ...... D . . ": " - .- ..:.. L Uiir.ntt (0) :oil!. held the mit tfir, :ive . i .. t grllsains-t vesev (Ilij) .for llhor, Jc(irey led well. . good ga.ii nn wans ]iut . lip by , off (.13) ngainst 'rricks (17).': - ' . - 31ENT'J'ONI' iS, heat EISIJiTEJtRNICK ., . DJSTIJCT 27.i . ,Scantlebuiry and -1Hunilltin, tid withl i ucl. i. M:3:cntlonLe led in .thei irst touir endis, ettiiig 2, 1, .2 I. ilamil ton srclirle ii tihe next three. and put oi i,. r5, 3, aind tit the ; l:lth end hlud scored 15 to .. iSc iiiibleiiburl male" a gooni recovery in .the next "two ends, putti g.on live' 'aind three, ult ili hllo final liamiltoni niulde a draiw "witih one. Shiedly (22) hiid aunes" win , igninst Niven (11). AMlleiite openend with two oneCs,'and in "the wneit end Nivcnigot five, followed by * fTour, but Sheleyv Lrii iiilly drew ihea d anfl finisihcd Ii SNIa)NRINGlNA3[ --M 42, beat MORIDIAL , -O- IS. 3fillar t11) lookied like...

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

£11111) ROUIND. '1IL ahittiriet Was continutl on .lon dty, o';,ihen tl?e green wans much faster, bhut the ownhrs found themsnelves un able: to rudage the wind, which came in pulis Icross the green. ,IENTON?, :f, heat ,?1(11tiIION 30. Sheedy led off with four uaainst Tricks who, however, secured the mat in the next four ends. With three ends to o l'ricks re-tuired three to tie. lie got two singles. but on the lanst end Shetdy got the shot, and the soores were Tricks 10, Sheedy 12. Sdicntle!unr's rink again showed out xell aainst Li'vesey's four. The la~t ter only leading the play in live ends Livesey's men left hiinm a lot to do. 'T1he scores were Scantleaury 22 and S hDR1iNGC UIA t :;3, beat CUEL'LEN .IA. 1 32. -'dlinglri"lhanrnarrowly e scaped: Dbein dlw?fierl lay Cheltenhamin only one point separatinr'?:thi clubs; Scullin whb .was: lediigfor biari~nett; und. 'tsadracwingi iel.iotliSutuidnav finiled iuideri uir the. aldtered. conditions i'e? -w?as; i indlie to: iiltiv raithlrislior...

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OUR ORCHARDS. Fruits for Various Divisions of the State. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

OUR ORCHARDS.' (By Mr. C. Bogue Luffmann, In the Government "Agricultural Journal.'; Fruits for Various sivisions of the State. The following list of fruits is sub mitted with the object of aiding tc a proper selection of species and varieties to accord with the demands of soil and climate. The pear and the grape vine are the hardiest of all fruit producing plants grown in Victoria, They are capable of yielding a profit from the most southern sea-board to the most northern Murray. They also bear well up to 2,000 feet elevation, pro viding the variety is well chosen, and the soil and position equally selected. Most other fruit-trees have a smaller range, and far less capacity for withstanding heat and drought, hence it becomes necessary to choose with great care. The rough-barked apples, with thick, short-stalked, woolly leaves, have most endurance in a hot and dry position. Upright growers of any species have greater vigour than the spreading and de pendent of habit. A careful exam ...

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

ASS TOOn STOB r.REE. . FO ' ' Tom Smith's From absolutely Pure SUPERIOR Locally Grown FT"' <»/.Tomatoes. . . 1 m tO Put up in our , own Bottles. I Sauce Aric :a lh-re. : * MAcNUFAcRED AT e ; A AMBERT, { I ' ' l : " "" :?lwa' '-' in ".."Manufacturors'. t i tlighett lailiw u l ona tChale.ao m oo ..J, 1÷.-- - *- = '- '- - *'" 1 - .;.; . - ' * " - * 'R ft * Phores--823 Windsor; 2343 CiLy. Established 1867. JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 884 High Street, St. Kllda, and 48 . Flinders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market-Gardeners issoolatlon Stora Manfancturer of Every Description of Saddlecry and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars M[ade and Fitted under Specal Supervision. Awarded first Prize. Royul Agricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First Prize for Collars., 1912. A LAItGE STOCK OFGOODS ALWAYS ON BAND." †-.. **" ***** "* ***" * . ...-... -.. ..-..*ssss.s..s ,·.« ;Healthy & Unhealthy c Lighting 1 Much stress js frequently laid by interested persons...

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TO WASH A BIRD FOR EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

ro Ai'slt A BItRD FORU -llfBITION Prepareo three tubs of water fairly, -Irush soft soup-into" the first taffor m a lather.- . .I srt .thi. lbird gentl?. (in rtlithet i.a dsiir:ened piaoe)a rt :p :a1 Nailbrush li. 'orlherdown; t:fronf tie comb to the tip:of thi, tail .ehlivyitey working' the' hbrith in :one diii ti6i only. Now put I rash down. ad -.ashi -in esame way with hand, laring the water o lfrely. --Spreadl ouit 'eacnl 'wini on lefthlIand and wash with: pah .of 'right' hand. I)o the 'sasle :wit??t : itil.: e .'very _,'etl intl iithyouiig. leatlaring. SNow lift out. pd hliand over to clesar ,f ,suds. .? : :. Put-into :siyoir. water. Lar e over the hiixl.. freely spreadlngu' out.w ngs and tail.: ?. ' Get out all soap? possible:'. Lift into third aindid cooler 'iter, iln khith is ii little gly Iceriiu an.d blue." Chiinse thorouihly. . T'ike ;out tie bird. ' Wriing o'ff ial wn tcr- :+ind . sol: over, thle bii g"ently with soft towel . ""- . Place -rool of:.tail :ii soft towel, nii...

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POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

rOSITIONs OF CLUBS.' s - : P(s. \- -f. 1.- L for. igst. I\intonwe ..: . .....'' -.175 123 C:hilteo.i li ... i ...:::n..--'" .5 i'i,. r.163 Sieetdy: was tLi. iiil j st ;suct fiil skip. 'eilnI >ulfdeifneat(l. ." thouthl Woblaul imad,. a tic with him. Sinllehlury lestCt one and made a tie with IIanilton. Liv-se\" itle ho? tie and tIs., ti-I vwillh lltnilon. 'ric.a lost t. An Itlr rson aid W,,;,lard. Ilunittlttn ondi hilti ow gaitMle ut vith Tiriettk cult I itnttleur! a, Niven had two ivins and a tie withlillar. with three wins and i tic witll Sher. 11v, and onily one lones (to WtT). - lay dlon wcas wiel' on Satnrda, but hlad n good win ('-' to '1) againstit Anderson, anrd also bast Blarnett on 31onday. nderson lhad two "wins. and 31ilhir a - win and . Lie with. Nivcn. - lBarnett's. teufi velit to.pi-ces- on Moldid ay, ??.aifer, L atin? n'Clertsoli and riniingS cauitleliur s:to i'ipoint. Waol i st iere nore or oless 'don. -Cintyi ns. Uis liiidit dti? :1i11, l ul ne1 sins best? in 1l....

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Bowls. THE DISTRICT TOURNEY. LOCAL CLUBS COMPETE. MENTONE AGAIN VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

Bowis. ;)hl3,i'TO\J L: -U ,X" 1·Oor . 'I e cra, i of. t othe ling t 'ii e the l3ri htoi ?lct arimse siablcrdi oii the .cryline rsoZi oi tilthe istiernick i)istrii?t C l rb o' n ni-iitiduy '?d ;;o day " II? S- for the 'niln ater-cl) tiouriaitient.' i,?e isix ,lucal cluisivscre represented. by jiieiidpliovers n tratiunio of the:elidi,.strc d gt Lbeing pos siblc bh thei con:diti;iis , iiii tlht each be represented by two rnot , playing 1 nds. lThe green- was in exceptioiinll good order on Sa.turdio. cn dering .tle. re cent he:aiy?? ri?si hich natirally .tIn dlcd to inske it i trdills hI'tvy Vis. ihe "'veting clsed ?ii.':' .Tl ; iig"teamis wereo received by .f;i r:'I70ersd pres:d iilt, of, the 1?cal dClii, l d: tlhu etiere l arrncigsleinite o ier'?-?*? liciiMet13if1 .?l.': vised bI i Mr. Joness holioh:. ecretary zin lendiing Itsterinwick District nseinbers. W"he f the eight rinks were occsipied and tht- o?iltests- were in `full swing, the pleaisant and lianininted' scene -was wort the i...

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

' i. K. feostel+, ;+e.'i Pharmaceutical Chemist. mulsion of God Liver Oil. : With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. FOR PULMONART AFFEOTIONS, COUGHS, OOLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. It. Od. DISPENSING A SPECIALTYI Foster's Famous Remedies ANTI-CATARRHAL LOTION SIDNEY MIXTURE. POWDER For the Relief of Balckache and A?. certain remedy for Accumula- tfther commonly experienced a: mp tioin in the Throat and Nostrili, tome £ and Post Nasal Secretions . 2/ 'CNIO IHAIR DIrESSING BL-OO .:T::: , A+ , .. - + '?. +'. (+'For lBlotche,? Pimple.,_Boils; &:'??!/ An' "elegant and most efllectual pro .' . . paration for Strengthening and'. HEAD LOTION?'- " Promoting . the Growth of the Hair, and ;renderiing it beautifully' '.An effectual "and 'cleanly, remedy Soft, Glossy, and Non-oily. "'i/-. ' for destroying I'arasite. -. ECZEMA OINTMENT A remedy for Skin Complaints. ' ER MIXTUWE Although an' unrivalled prepara- For Giddiness.: I;llious fleadacher; lion for the use whi...

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SECOND ROUND. MENTONE '33, beat CHELTENHAM 31. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

1?IEN'J'ONI1?: ' 3:i; I?atCl C r I NA31M Cheltei linin" r i- , l).he con raliulit.il. on 'the .line resisftlice tlicy made, t to thy i'lentone: dluinpidnis .ii-' thi :rotiid-' Shlieedv (.16) . is up a nnfsiiat.woi (15) ;thiioughi a iiiprticularl.tl rilliaiit sliot, in: thle a ii tnd.?Woffilecl bi.ithijT iild In. la shot ini tie:,lst I endl ?ilien tlie M'1ento1:c i'aihitiili rested'I out ';the shot bowl and carried thii kitty scor iing four for tle ;end aid. one: uii fcr the galle. rllelret ladi Scantlelbury's l)game was eveni more -close lland excit ing.. Ilarnett drove slendidly, and saved his side fre:; eitly by Imaking !dead" ends, -'with the result lhat lwhien • rleirkne. clchied..il andi stoipcd the: yilay` tliere wire . still tswo ends to play; and the scores "'rr*L-Seuilft!fhury 15, BIarnett.ld t The ilays was rc inlllled on Monday, both rilnkis putlting on Ltwo: IBRIGHTON 3li bent:3.I01: IA,LOC 2'1. 'The :scoresl do noit -indiatet the full nrit-. of thee. frdialloc phia. '3i...

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FIRST ROUND. BRIGHTON 37, beat ELSTERNWICK DISTRICT 26. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

- Fs'r :JltiU . Ni. BIIGILTOIN 7, heit PI.ST'RltNwICK I)ISTRtICT 26. . Interest centred lergely.in..tlie meet ith, of the :.,,Lito A section cluibs TIricks led Niven throihtihoul,, getting 21.. l toh11), but liunilonI lnivesey pln}rýt anl eie ll eaine,'i riesulting in ' n draw, Lti each. ltaniil:town s 13 to. 7 it :le\in eids; lut Livesey then 'mcine wkith I, 1, 3, m.aking t(he sctrn I all, ild 'etich-scored in the laust two aends.-l MI01:].1 LLOC 31;·l eit IC] ILTEN 1: 3 1 : 2 . Sarndiett (l(i) tnd'. Ail;i rsoniJ (1') buig tied alon, oie t the- ailetl i rel eacli I1. at the,,llth l h lihiiLi the lput iii 2a and :1 Aiilerat i"gout t sinle in the last eril. "Jlillar (ll)':tiws too strongls foil Ioff ()'. " ,?It ;scored" 'i single in tihe first end, then Irdidin held the mat lfor tlillar in the next 6 ends, scoring 3, 2 4 ;-1, a total of- l" to I. "l'olf tlien got 3, 2, :1. I tL '3tilhlr'si iilere? iica agioi aiacrted liEsTO\NI, 33J, 1:ii SANlI) itNGII3al 91 It '??a 'i diill-doig .gan...

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Reserve Wauted PROPOSED SPORTS GROUND FOR BENTLEIGH. CONTRIBUTIONS TO DATE AMOUNT TO £150. FURTHER APPEAL TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

: serv¢e Wauld PRilO'OSElD SPORuTS GROUND 1FUl BENTLEIGH.,. .-CObNTRItUTIONS TO DATEr : . AM- .IOUNT:TO 2 150. lUIhTrHIRl APPEAL ,TO 1 310AUE. A'-icetiig of . Isetleigh residents was lheld at the Public Hall, Centre road 'on- Tuesday evening to further consider "the Proposition to obtain a recreation reserve for the district. Cr. IV. G. Burgess occupied the chair, and there were about 30 ladies and gentlemen present. Mr. O. it. Snuew ball, I.L.A., also attended. The chairman urged that they should all strive to et a .reserve. lie had heard it said that if he, did no ,et his own way he would not d? anything. That was not true. lie wanted them all to, do what was best for the district, and he would help themr.to the best of his ability. lie only wanted it shown that they were not going to stop until they got the reserve. lie was prepared to czu vass for neore contribetions. The report of the collectors -ns read, showing that contributions and and pronises amounting to £105/1/i had bee...

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Police Courts BRIGHTON. FOOTBALL BARRACKERS' ROW. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

Police [;Courts BRIIGWTON. .IFOOTB_.IL-L B:UltACKEIIS' tLO(.' At 'tlie the righlton .Court yesterday, before the Mayor (Cr. Wilson) and Mr. A. Thomriso,, J's.P., Robert Uns worth, a :plumber residing at Asling street wvas dhared' with using oiceu sive laniguage. at the Brighton Foot ball "ground on Saturday' last. Constable Dolman," stationed at South -Yarra, said he was at the football -match last 'Saturday, in cosm pany with. his wife and another lady friend. Defendant; and several young men swere present, and they were un der ..-the influence of drink, making themselves a nuisance. They sere fighting, anddefendant began to use offensive language. Witness cautioned him, and also told him that he ý"sa a constable; and that he would lock him up if he did niot desist. Dclend ant said "Any Inan with a brown suit cand?beo a constaible." With the': assistance of. Constable Lombard witnes -lockel& hint up.. r Dnefendant denied using the lan:uage complained .:: but admitted saying...

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Cricket. B.D.C.A. SECOND GRADE. HURLINGHAM RUNNER-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

Cricket B.D.C.A. E:COND C.RAI)E. IIIANGIIAJ 1RUKN?'Et-UP.. - li01h Tlrinity and I?Itrlintgha ganve eac.lh ither little . surprises. '. Holy Trinity lent the premiers (St.: hary's) al :l.l0 (lthe rutnners?-ip troplhy their 'ni. ( ,fiditnt thlat Satudringham.Pres It,"rinWo ouhld heat llurlin'han af ter thI, firlt day's play. HIurhliu:Thant ,loInlI the 'resbyterians adl refused to :Il.,w Trinity a chance with the 'l,.mi,,-r<. Roth teami o l Stundav •li',Ia-<rl how they would dispose of thie Ihs,"olate. for runners-up. Ilhril? the week Trinity notifited they ,,'r? tunable to _et a team together, ;:ii iini.-,.'ri lh, ]htrlinghtm secure n n:lll;-ll'r and the runtner's-up troplhv. I ntini, of delegates will be -held , ITtluday weel] to fix amount - of ri;ni wil d i up the season. liuh . crt tariea are remindled to send in itir three best battinh andI bowl il n s rice for the seasot n to the \s.i?lini s:creitary (rIr. W. J. Book enr t, ,.le"1 individunl trophie.s. Irt ...

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

First and Poremost. W. Robinson. Butcher, New AS., Brighton. ' Tel. 245. Established 1859 Board & Lodging , r. "A.:1PI'ON, minute station, com forttale 'BOAKRD &; RESIDENCE, "I-. tr-ukj... or furn.shied ipart ?s ruiluced. Beaichville, -Beach sl;' Tenders.::-': [00nABhIN CO OP]iRATIVE 'So S CIETY.LIMITED.n , TENRltlt, invited and rcturnable 4 P'm.. !lit iiay, for- L.A\IN; AOUT 1010f L. of :6-inch C, LAZEl) PIPE.S . -' SP:cilications fronm Manager Co-Op rativ,, Soceiety Ltd., 'heltenhanm. r!ENt)ERS are INVITED 'for the ERIECT'ION of FOU~i W.E. PL ji (5 rooins) : in . ROODING Plnns and specifications ina, bIe in KPeclr at r. tcLcan's residenco, 167 ""y ,,reet,, nrihlton. 'bndJer returnale, 1Monday, May 1S. a"r lorwest or any tender not neces a"'ril nccepted. S Houses and Land To-Let. COTTAGE, 4 rooms, few acres land, suita ile poultry. &c. " A. Knight, Centre road ; tel. Oakleigh 12. or Central 366(1. Poultry, &c., For Sale: C!OCKERIU LS.-Good Black Orpi...

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A Church Parade A SOLDIER'S DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

J Eburcb Paradt I1 t'I(;IITON"S SE.Y1OR CADETS.' .S.?L1IIIEl'S DUTIES. \ military church parade was held at th1. Briebhton I)rill (Gra?ul on Sun Aii afternoon. anti was attended by a ltrc.ce 'unt er of local residcnts. anm Sthose present heiitg 31r.. 0. .It. n,,\o .11. 1L.A.. The Mayor (Cr. T. Wil-,n, and Major IRankin. adjutantI if th.e I:cal area. who was attended hv I.i.ut.'ilit Mitchell. The eadlets a', mul.hl in front of the "Southern 'rci" ollice. and marched to the rod I adieid lir the 1rijhtoII Citiz , I. awl. whoi also contributed the! mi, ir fr the service unndr the baton ,if Il::thiaster Clenn. 0lit. J. Sinclair. assisted by Rev. S. indam-l,, ,condluted the service. A. clle:ti-.n was taken up iln aid of the Old S'tli."ri' and Sailors' home, and niount. d to £I -1/6. "lhi Ifet . .J. Sinclair said that the iir_,c ecat.inc indicate.d the views of thre i .;,fi, i ,' the defence c:heml e. All chl-.-rs or." a 'lreed as to theliec?ssity ..i thi, -elime. If the}y had no such ,h, ...

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Neighbours' Troubles MARRIED WOMEN IN COURT. LIVELY CASE AT CHELTENHAM. A £5 FINE INFLICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

Neighbours' Troubles MARRIED WOMEN IN COURT. LIVELY CASE AT CHELTENHAM A £5 FINE INFLICTED.         At the Cheltenham Court on Wednes-   day, before Messrs Penny, Barnett and       Brownfield, J's.P., an elderly woman named Emma Roberts, residing in Charman road, Mentone, was charged     with assaulting Mrs. Ethel Elizabeth Maud Warburton, a resident of the   same street. Mr. R. Greene appeared     for Mrs. Warburton, and Mr. Corr for defendant. Complainant said she was passing Mrs. Roberts's house with Mrs. Ben- son. Mrs. Roberts rushed out and   told Mrs. Benson not to speak to complainant, as she was cranky and a   liar. When passing the house again   complainant flew out, struck her three or four times over the head with a stick, and pulled her hair, causing her to drop her ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 2 May 1914

In Memoriam.   BEVIS.—In sad and loving memory of my dear wife and mother, Mar- garet Bevis, who departed this life on the 28th April, 1913. A painful shock, a blow severe, To part with one we loved so dear; Our loss is great, we'll not complain, But trust in God to meet again.   Sadly Missed. —Inserted by her loving husband, children and father. HANSON.—In loving memory of   our little darling, Eric Stanley, who died April 30, 1913, at   Centre road, Brighton. —Inserted by his loving parents,   sisters and brothers.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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