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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

eaulfield Council. The ordinary meeting of the Caul field City Council was held on Tues day, when the Mayor (Cr. Murphy), and Crs. E]igleston. Fiske, Kitchen, Murray, Charles, King, Brookshaw, Tyner and Thomson were present. RATING OF GAS M-AINS. The Port Melbourne Council conven dt a conference to consider the rating; of eas mains. For a while the councillors were adverse to discussing the matter, and the Mayor remarked that it was an important question, and was worthy of consideration. Cr. King did not think it was im portant.. A certain person was trying to work up an agitation, and' he had been infornmedl that the basis of computation was wrong. 'lThe letter was deferred pending a report from the finance committee. TIIE ROSSTOw\- RAILWAY. The National Bank intimated that mortgagces of the llosstown line would hold the council responsiblo for the replacing of the rails across cer tain roads. Cr. Charles mentioned that thorails at Poath road were 9 inches above the road, and. were...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Brighton Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Brighton council The MIayor (Cr. Thos. Wilson, .i.P.) presided at Monday's Brighton Coun cil meeting, the attendance of council lors being as, follows: Crs. .Wilson, Central Ward. ,, Grout, Central Ward. ,, Il1nby, Central Ward. ,, Francis, South Ward. Pullman, South Ward. ,, J Sall, South Ward. Alford, East \ard. ,, Burrows, North Ward. ,, Green, North Ward. ,, Strong, North Ward. SEOIIT AND SWEET ? Brighton Council meeting on .Mondlay ,was the record short meeting of the year, members rising at 9.31)-p.m., rubbing their eyes to ascertain if the state of affairs prevailing were real or only visionary. The adjournment to the 3layor's room b?ought convic tion, and 0no p)ak of schoolboys breaking up) for the holidays xadto a happier party than the Councillors, as they tripped oil down the stairs, to surprise their respective households. NEW STREET PATI. The Iugineer recommuended the coni struction oi path and channel en the east side of New street, between lhead street and Elster cree...

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AN ESTIMATE OF IBSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

AN ESTIMATE OF IBSEN. The Norwegian dramatist, Ibsen, isbe tiCed to have had a wide and probably ,ittcr personal expcrience. lie write, ike a man who has been disappointed in lolaestic life, oiled in ambnition, exposed n intrigue, and who ass.numes that all ilters are like himnself. 'To his eyes all inen and women are masked,. -s cha acters are evidently inctended to be typi. "al; and the inevitable implession de+ •ived from them is that all are like Dr. ekyll. Asa rule Ibsen divides people nto two classes-those who are hypo riles and those who are weak. lie is a lissector rather than a rliagnostician. Ie Ihs apparently no idlea that a cure is mossiblc. The more hidleous the moral ancer, tile nmote surely dioes Ihe tear oIl ts bandages. . lie seems to hunt for naggots 'dl, ai, aing fliotnd theml, simply caves all thle foulness uncovered. Unless :bsen's writings misrepresent him lie has "ith neither in human nature nrr in the • isting social order. Ilis conception o'a teedliir is utt...

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Our List of Experts. A RECORD NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

:Tiirty one. Si .sccessfUl coupons were received for last Satuzalavasniatches. Thefi 'result, of t lhe Brilh toi? Lssend l match S uset a ilarge numbler of idcalcu Inlions,whil hilst other:selected:: Prate= ran, to. down a'iorth :Melhoxr;e. flTIaw thorn 'oibltined good support. whilst Port- 'irelboiinrne. was 'also i favoured agninst Williamston a. Thile winlners' wer is:s oV. James. an th[rn ii'road, Brighton.' C. lRussell. S1 Aidiwr etl? Gardcitvale A. Stebbin~g 14.0 Liampton street, Brighton. ...11. Lingwood, 3asll[eli street, Brigli toin. J. Saviije, JIawthorn road, Caulfield W.. White, New street, Brighton. G. Iloie, Arkaringa Crescent, Black Rock. G. SMather, Elm Grove, Elsternwick. T. llnrtsmran, Ilanipto(n street, IIamiptin. WIV. E1. Broawn, 17 Charles street, :Eletern wick. L. Mlorrison. Kerferd st., TImniptan. "J. Keeley, Keys rd., Moorabbin. A. lazard, 15 Wilson st., Brighton. G. Watkins, Station st., Sandring 1I. II. Whitchcad, 22 Tennyson st., Bri,,lhton lBeach A. 3'Qic...

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THE FUNNY SIDE OF SEA SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

THIE FUNNY SIDE OF SEA = ::' SICKNESS. "Onie mcrning," says Dr. Dutton, "in ,oian my:? iunds< after- haring hlad a :lreadful ntightof it :I wenst into a;young \minericin Idy's chifn to inquire after liei :ibith. Shie aidshie ias, riuci better, ;imd' 'iguessed' sh' i'ould: be all right iftershe got on -deck; but ?sked mnue to :i} 'and, 'y im' i:ith hert' I sita?a about' m;r-minutes, ivhensutidlenly an airful eling canie.aier ine.? To her request o stay ylon"ge I replied th'atif I did we hIuld .both I have to shire the same ,asin "-i proceeding which woiuld have teen by no means romantic A little onversation overheard oneevesing seems o indicate that a sea voyage is not al. iays the happiest way ofspending one's ",emvmoon :--" Dirling, are you'better ?' aLs first turtle dove. ",No, dearesti ,orse! \'hat is the use .of having a loctoi on board,-who caLinot cure sea i'kness, darling!" A sigiiificant pause. 'It is absurd," says first turtle dove again. " But how ftiolish of yo...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. ESSENDON. THE SEASIDERS' DISAPPOINTING FORM. ESSENDON WIN EASILY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Football. BRIGHTON v.. ESSENI)ON. THE SEASIDERS' DISAPPOINTING S "ESSENDON WIN EASILY. IBrighton journeyed to Essendon on Saturday, accompanied bq a good fol. lowing of :supporters. ,In previous sea sons .good- games always resulted when these clubs met, and as Essen don were;ivithout the services of MIc Namara; the Brighton supporters au ticipated that their team would win. Owing- to injuries, !Wallace and B. Bailes were unable to strip, whilst R. Dawson and Colvin' were given a spell, 'and they were relieved by: A. Dawson, Meade, Knighton, and Hen derson. The placings were : B1acks-Dowding. Henderson. Hanlibacks-Negro. Patterson. Knight on.. Centres-Mends, Espie, E. Bailes. Half-forwards--Teese, Dawson, Peddle. Forwards-Taylor, Comer. ' Centres--Graham, TurnbuUll. Rover-Duggan. Essenlon won .the toss and liicked towards the pavilion goal.: The Sea siders were the first to handle, and Duggan, receiving froim Turnbull; had a try, but Essenidon cleared the goal with a- mark. lThee ho...

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HEAD-DRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

" HEAD-DRESSES. 'The turban and the fez are the' fvourite beadLcdverings throughout the 3Mohamcdan. world; but their arrangement and ornamen-. tation vary infinitely, from the simple piece of linen orcotton which the common -Arab winds round his head, to thed richly embroi. lered and jewelled silken scarf which con ,titutes the head-dress of the sheikh or pasha. In former times fez and turban weere won together, but recently the fez has )ecome the offticial head covering of the regular Turkish army, and is now almost univcrsallr adlpted by civilians as well. oMiany tribe, roaming or settled in parts more or less distant from the great Iowns of the Turkish empire. hlave stuck to tihe ortho dox turban. This is principally the case with tile Arabs of the desert, and the Moor ish inhablitants of the rmorthern coast of Africa adjoining the Mediterranean. In Tripoli, Tunis, Algeria, andi Morocco the turban reighs supreme. and most elabo rately ornamented specilmens are met with, especiall...

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FREAKS OF ABSENT-MINTED MECHANICS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

lI'REAKS OF AIlSENT-3!INDED MECHANICS. The absent-minded mechanic seldom, ii ever, appears in print, notwithstanding there is a great many of him. We often read accounts of the peculiari ties of absent-minded individuals in other pursuits and professions, but somehow in reference to the mechanic nearly everyone seems to have kept silent. When we first antered a machine shop as an apprentice, the first specimen of absent-mindedness that we remember was that of a workman who took down tihe pump-valves on a locomotive to grind thenl in. This individual had fre .Iecntly performed the Fame task previous to that without any trouble, hut somehow he put in the upper valve of the pumlp iup tide down. Tle locomotive went out, and ,while running at a high rate ' tspeed the vater was turned on, when a lous report an illnulce, the fact to the enOgineer that he was minis one pump, it haiing been split froml end to end by the enormous pressure generated witlhin it. On one occasion we took a locomo...

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Footballers' Fair THE BRIGHTON CLUB. EFFORT BY THE LADY SUPPORTERS. CONTINUED THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Footballers' Fair -TJI1; IilIlli ON CLUB LkFO iTBI3y 1Til T;A1)Y1 SUPPORTT ERS' t;COnTINUED ':1 IITS TEItOO :. AN) IEVENING. `?Xeiteiaty, ifterndoo-i saw the consuim ni tion of imany .weeks' work on the iart of a nulber of ladcv ?npiportes of ofa: :':h?ni Ce"of :lai: :ilppiorters of tle B;rightn: I Footbnll.:Club in. organ ising" their ,ilnnal effort ti assist thli clul cotlinittee to raise the where withald to' ciiri :un or: severll vehirs a bIazar l-h;bis-hein-u an iaiual futic tion in e.onnectio;u Witli the clubs, but yesterday'sl giitllching was. unequralled for-:, the amoinit of ,eilifthssinsm dis pliye'l i I."e fle'hidies'. The Drill Roonm, whicr ,- .tlihe bazaa an,vs held, iresenited ) aiittraetlv? ti splcy, s hdcolours : of tfh cl?rl??ci ana iit f hle-beig,., the prc doniinatiii'- feature in the decorations i" fair wsvi o~peied by Mr. 0. R. Sndowball, N:I1 ., ;, who said that he iald -etith hples:iiictsu repted ithe. invitea ti)oh :ofi the: coi'iinittee. to : lerfcili the. c...

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BRIGHTON REJECTS SCHEME. NEW STREET MUST BE CONSTRUCTED FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

:BRIG IITON IRE.JCTS SCULEME. NEW ST'l'I?REl& MUSTl BE CONSTIIrC-" TED FIRST. !'The" recommendation of the engi neers also came before the Brighton Council on Monday evening. Cr. Hanby thought that if Brighton made New street, Moorabbin should make their portion of South road. Cr. Francis pointed out that Moo rabliin would be getting out light if Brighton liad to make New street. 'hat work was imperative, and should be done at once. If Moorab bin were asked to pay half the cost of that work Brighton would be sure of their contributing a fair share. Cr. Pullman said that whilst Brigh ton had to rind some hundreds of pounds to make New street, which Iloorai?hin had left in bad order, MIooraoibin had only to take over a corresponding length of South road, which had been well-made by Brigh ton, ancd would not require any at tention for very many years accord ing to Moorabbin road standards They would get out of their obliga tion in regard to New street alto gether in this way. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

SOUTHERN CROSS Football competitions No. ,I . Victorian Football Association 1os. PRIZE .-- ,E..----.-. A prize of 10/- will ibe awarded the competitor fulfilling all the. condi tions of this competition, or pro rata it more than one. CONDITIONs. 1.-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 Moorab bin; or annual subscribers to the "Southern Cross" .(6/6). 3.-Coupons to be in the "Southern Cross" Oflice on Thursday prior to the date on- the Coupon. 4.-Name and Address of Competi tor to appear on the Coupon. 5.-All writing .to be. legible and in ink.' 6.-Coupons to be addressed FOOTBALL .COMPETITION, The Editor, "'Southern. Crosi," BRIGHTON. (Incomplete Address will Disqualify). 7.--The decision of the Editor to be final in regard to all matters. 4+1 i: : : : F OOTBALL COUPON. + No.1. '...

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Tennis BRIGHTON CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Tennis BRIGHTON CIllIUCIIS. The Brighton District Churches .s sociation open their season this nilkr noon. 'Ilho fixtures are: St. Mark's A v. Preshyterian I;. Presbyterian A v. 3iethodist, New strect. Congrcgational v. M?thodist A (Mill street). I1ethodist LB .(Mill screetj v. St. Mark's B. Bt. Andrew s a bye. Ti' BRU IIHTON CLrB. lerihtoti B v. Studley l'ark .\._ Ilindy-Aylwin (B.) d. Brunton-Wil. helm (S.P.), 6--7n3--B 7-5, anl lost to 3luntz-B-lrunton (S.P.), 1-6, 1-4 Ivory--Ivory (B.) d., Brunton--W\'ilheln --0. 3--6, f-1r], and d.. luntz--Il.run ton, 6--2, '--I. Totals:-Brighton It, 3 rubbers, 6 sets, "18 games; Studllr Park A. 1 rubber, '4 sets 37 c?i?nes. Brighton ' A '. Ormiond.- 'il,ib,, ,e iery (B.) d. McDl)onald--31iltt,,m (0.), -, . 2, 6-2, and d. "Legatt Cntpbell (0.), 6-3, 6-2: Court-t'ee. .son (I.) lost to McDonald--Midllctni, -3, 5--6, 3--G, and d. LegIfatt Campbell, 6-1, 6-3. Totals:-llriglht .n A. 3 rubbers, 7.sels, 53 gamni;; Ormond, 1 rubber,h 3 sets, 3( game-. ...

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Poultry Show THE BRIGHTON SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Poultry Show THE BRIGITON SOCIETY. Once agnuii the Brighton Drill Hall is to resound' with the lusty crow, the vigorous cackle, and the fervent "'qa1k" of tile aristocrats of the Vic torian feathered world. A glance through the schedule of the Brighton Iistrict P'oultry, 'i"eon and Canary Sooiety\e first annual show to he held on the 12th and 13th of .lune next, ie.cves no doubt in the nrindl as to the live" and "upt the milnlutte'' nature of the Society's" olwrations to dlate, ttdl of its progrannme for the future. To hold au cxhilbitioln asll to any tand scconll to nolne in the State swels to be the ablllition of tile enllrgetic colllllitt'te, inll onIe worthy both of the district, and of thel opening show of the season in the mectropolitanl arna. which this exhilbition will Ie. Aitong the innovations to he introducted will be tlhe system of judging with the ''conlnent cial"-the -various judges indicating bly brief tconmtents the out standiniltg ltecrits or dbf'ccts of the plar ti...

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ABOUT A LADY'S HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

ABOUT A LADY'S HAT. A few days ago a lady had a look at Grogan's Millinery Window in El sternwlck, 'and she passed the remark that it was equal to the best window in Collins street, where she had been only that day. Very complimentary, but true, and whylshouldn't it be? But there is a great differenice in the cost of hats at the two places. Grogan's prices are little more than half Collins street prices. See us early and place your order. We can offer you a lovely choice. GROGAN'S DRAPERY EMPORIUM, Next P.O., ELSTERNWICK. hospitality. The branch officers nomi nated for the ensuing term are Presi dent, Mr. 11. Rees; vice-president, Mr. W. E. Prendergast; secretary, Mr. W. F. Parker; treasurer, Mr. J. A. Roberts; assistant secretary and press correspondent, Mr. G. Edwards; con nittee, Messrs i). Smith, P. Josephs, E. Kershaw, T. lRamsay, R. Edwards, A. Hlaughton, and J. Massey. Shortly after the opening of the tramways in the municipality sitten tion was directed in our columns to the...

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Latest Books. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Latest- Books. The Perfect ie .~ . h..eating. 'the Amazing 1'artnierahip ...... Openhim. lie Sorcerers ..... .. . .. Beatrice Gimshw. 'he :tiver. of'l reeims '' - I. 1YVestrup: Confessions of an lnconsitant ýl an ..."Anomn The: Ight of: the IWeserne SarsiJi... ane Gray I he' \Yictow'e hecklact.. . ? LDavies' The Fortunate ic?ut .. Locfe. -. It ~was thi eTLne of Rose: s".'.," : .?. .:Doll VWylla deo.:: f , r/imot-; . ..Randall tarris Sarah Lden~. .. 3. Steves aiirnda d . :... .. ,, ;.E. L:t .ddon: A 1euthierjll:iture- ' . ."Gerad A Lady-of Leisure . . ..., Ethel Sidwicek Gay MlorninR ... J. -; Buckrose, Sands ' the Desert 11Quinn The' Way of .These Women n..,-..n. i e)nOppehhiim The Eye of Dread . ;....; .Pyiie. Erskine.: The Giil: fromn ýleico . .: ':: : . '.)Tinshend. Thee Milky; Way?:. ; ;. -. i.Tnnyson, Jesse. . Gold SF The Way of the Cardisnes .ii .. S'PI? Ihyatt. Through Other Eyes : -....: ... 1.A?.McLaren. Garden Oats ... .: . Aliee Ilerbert., ]llax Logan .. . ul? ? i'tTren?:...

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Boundary Roads BETWEEN BRIGHTON AND MOORABBIN. SCHEME FOR MAINTENANCE. JOINT RECOMMENDATION OF ENGINEERS. MOORABBIN COUNCIL ADOPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Boundary Roads BETWEEN BRIGHTON AND MOO IRABBIN. SCHEME FOR MAINTENANCE. JOINT RECOMMENDATION OF ENGINEERS. MOORIABBIN COUNCIL ADOPTS. At Monday's meeting of the Moo ralbin Council the engineer, Mr. A. C. Smith, submitted a recomanenda tion as to the maintenance of boun dary roads with Brighton. Heo re ported that he had consulted the l'ri,'hton, eallinecr, ainI they cx plained that in allttin'g twle iarious parts due consideration had been given to the luestion of volume of trailic and the cost of maintenance. For South road they recommended that the portion between New street and Beach road-a distance of d'.bl0 feet-be maintained by Brighton : and the balance to Nepean road, S,700 ft., by Moora'bbin. That New street be left to the Brilghton Council, and also Thomas street, from Nepean road to Union street; whilst the remainder, fronm Union street to North road would be attended to by Moorabbin. Nepean road was not dealt with,, as it would be taken over by the Main loads Board. Bri...

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Main Roads. THE POLICY OF THE BOARD. IS IT DETRIMENTAL TO MUNICIPAL INTERESTS? CONFERENCE OF COUNCILS TO CONSIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Plain Roads. . -. .. ..g s .- , --.. .., TilE ]POLicYOF ThiE BOARD.> is IT nlTlcluNT'rATi 0ro UNmici PA[f INTEItESTS?;:' CONFElRENCE O?F COUNCILS TO S"- CONSIJ s.: 1ER : The. eitoorabbffii Council" on londiay reivedl a eoiiimiiiiitation froin :,tlie Shire of Woodeand cnicinenmiiini s confer, i ence of cointiy- liiuiicipalitics to coi-' sider whethther the plli?e;~ of ithe Coun try lloidn; Baiord w s b aetriiierital to thlc in terestls/oi .local- goverainmenit; ;,,' Crs. Siirill iirild Biiress riiioi d tliat, the. I'residenii attciid tha?iofiLerecncei .' r Cr. White consideid. that the Board should f, lirst i lbi :givberc jaii aopporiinity: to justify,.theirestence; before *X'thel. couincils- stairtcd.;. to? pini.prick, "'e Iln movcd .as ai: 1 i irriiiidment. that .'the letl(r Iic rueceived, aiiil ,ii :'eictioi itak CI: Kiggsitoaiisecniied to:??: amenid inent. -Cr.i Smnallt expilaiied that liet hliad not iovoed tle niotion sit iith te:' ideide, of6 iisir~chigthe B^ooard. r: ,ara i...

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Police Courts CHELTENHAM GLASS DOOR SMASHED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

SPolice Courts CHELTENHAMI.. , h.;; GLASS oI0? 1.SAS UI). 'At- tbhe Chllteelenhan Court oni WVdncs dlay;:lefore, o r. r Cohein, P. M, n, and Mlessrs 'eimny, LP-'c, Briarnett, BIrown field : : nd Davies, .. 'a; .,. '.TJames 3GCiimies,, -an inlmate 'of the Benevol ent Asylnm, wasecharged with dautmag Inc :public Iproperly on Sinhday, May 'A. E: Laver,: Superintadentn of the Institition,' s-aid-that defendanlmit re tiirned about 1 o'clock; in thel morning in n'very drundicnei condition. "-.Defend ant hand 'le~en previolsly dislchli'red for drun>in eiics,' liut.,ws re-admitted': On Sundly lie siiis;i.d a: glh.aiinl c l i 'in the' front.-de oor. (= ;ot. ' ; 'il!" :r': :j- *'*:,\ - Defendant -o; lsaitl.d -li i'nidno recollectionl of the affair, was fined 10/. and orderied to piay 30/- costs, in ti fnt 1-".days iinprisont- iit- - - , : . A NECIGENT 3OTOR1TS 'LTCENSE WJ'llJHfELD FTOil TWELVE. i :'% . ,.^ ^^:*. i'j-' TONTI .S;.-.,-.^iI ; ; :8" CiGeerree G (Iodirey, ,.:n- cha'lniifer. 'ans...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

AbK YOUB STOREKEErEB YOR Tom Smith's From .absolutely Pure SUPERIOR Locally Grown ::: S RoR Tomatoes. Tomato Tom a.toPut up in our Sauce own Bottles. Sauce A High-grade Article. - SMITH & Ma.U'acrerRED AT LAMBERT, llighett Railway Statio? i Manufaturers. SU 'hone, 'Cuteuhnm '20 " ' Phones-823 Windsor; 2243 City. Established 1867. JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 384 High Street, St. Kilda, and 488: flinders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Assoioation Stoan Nanufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars Made and Fitted under Spenal Supervision. Awarded first.Prizes Royal Agricultural Show, 1910, 191-- and. 1912. Awarded First Prize for Collars, 1912. A LARGE STOCK OFGOODS- ALWAYS ON' HAND., A Red Hot Proposition. Have a Modern Gas Fire Installed = No more chilly Half-Hours at Breakfast.i One Penny gives you One Hotir's radiant heat.i It is Really Hot.-You can toast at it. C Light itwwhen you want it. ;': TTurn it yff...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Reserves Wanted. RECREATION GROUNDS IN MOORABBIN. LOCAL RESIDENTS ACTIVE. HEATHERTON MEETING THIS EVENING. BENTLEIGH ON MONDAY SUGGESTED SPECIAL RATE. TO ACQUIRE RESERVE FOR HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Reserves Winted. ItECGRF iA'IiON GRCOUNI)S iN M00R S ABBIAN. .-,-BEN,.LIGIIz ON `'1ON1)A?: - l-E 'T1I-RTO: :;1 ETI G £1-- 1-: : 5, b. 0i:".`0; ACQUIII E?i1 ESEVt\ FOR? : HilA-IPTONI. ".':: it :' for?r ioro froidit ? of '.lloorabbin, tind `also::,the: clitin,-ip- of Ia d go es tates further i?inland lir impressed up on'lofcal c reeidentsithc neecssity of ac: quiring recre?ition redsersies ii their dis tricts -At ]eitlcierton a moieimeint. has blen on footffor son "tiile, and daliout;£200 has -i?e-: collected tow?ar ilil'ir - chlasd .':'f:b 'ri rescrise "of teiih, icres "s in Iosa:street, '-tween Centre and Old )iandeifo~i r a?ds. '"A :ietii~ it , fut:' ther coiiidIcer tlio ?: proio sal ill be Ield 'this' evening.li . ;iThe: sub-cosmmiittee of Beutleigik rsi. dents :djilieiiult tio s-leit a' site soubl-' mit their report to ia meeting :fied. in lie Piublic :all for, Monday even ng. liei (?app?al; foi? linaiicial "assistance is Then t ri fitg /i . ir" attire? t r i iitertec lion of 'Hi...

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