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THE DUKES OF HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

THEII DUKES OF IIAMILTON. A personage who, in my early days was all-powcrful in thie Lowlands, wa the Duke of Hamilton, the grandfithe of the present Duke. Ile inherited ii some measure his father's grandeeship o manner, for never was such a magnifici as the tenth Duke, the ambassadorto th. Court of Russia in the tine of tilt Empress Catherine. When I knew hin he was very old, but held himselfstr;iglh as any grenadier. He always dressed it a military laced undress coat, tights ind hlessian boots. When he shower mty visitor over Hamilton Palach he in sisted on opening every door himself, anc :hen made the lowest obeisance to cacl ady who passed him. I have seen imitr valk down a long drive bare-headed in a pouring rain while coridticting a lady to aer carriage. At tile time of his son's :he late Duke's--marriage to the Princess Marie of Baden, his satisfaction anf pride were ,unbounded. lie arranged a :riumiphal progress from the borders ol the county to Hlamilton Palace in honour if...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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GEESE THAT COST 105 DOLLARS EACH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

:EESE THAT COST to$ DOLLARS EACH. One of Senator Mitchell's first cases became famous in Oregon as the "goose case." A poor German owned four geese, gihich were killed by a wealthy but unscrupulous citizen of Portland. The German retained Mitchell, and the wealthy man employed "Lanndelet" Williams. The damages claimed were ao dols., but the rich man by perjuring himself got a verdict in his favour. The German was in despair, but Sena tor Mitchell, knowing the character of the rich defendant, advised his client to take a back seat in the leading saloon ol theplace that night to see if the smar would not acknowledge that he had shol the geese, in the presence of witnesses and if he did to note their names. It turned out as he thought. The rich mar made a night of it, and celebrated hit victory by treating his friends. lle tolc them that lie had shot the )lstchman't geese, but " that blanked little l'ittsburg lawyer of a Mitchell couldn't prove it.' Upon this Mitchell demanded a net, t...

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Progress Leagues BRIGHTON BEACH. BALANCE SHEET AND REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Progress eagues BR " IGHTON BEACH. BAI.^ACE SHIEET ANDtI? REPORT.: SnTlicio wis i ~i largo'attendiaice at the niiil nmeetiiniofthe lrighliton eacli IPro"-e GAsaciltioi h::eldt;t .Pceiily's .itlithi ',t'uiesday evening, Mr:. Coveni try, Presidelit ,iiithe .chlitc r.. ; .. fTili'na'incaiai itnteinent fori the year. sliowin- craditl alanc of V£'1 15/2, w?as read s by tdi'eS'citary; also the. reliortl' of the comiiittee for the year eliding 30thiApriil, laist- (copies; of0which ir' : beiniig? j-printed.- for circulaitioi iilnorgstM:anombers).;, -: .i''. Thel: Chairmani moved that. the .-re Irt thid ;statenment bei adopted They siw- iy- the reCi)irt thatlnt ih -some cases They had uien:sticcssfuil in .getting iece sari iwork' done : iii others they ihad. ':not.-;. HoIdiwever; :they had done their hist. - Mr.. ',-Grsasisoii tfixporessed appreciation at rtljhFiiiiiauer, in which the report had Ibeein drawn up. " They could not eXnect -'.toa get all they applied for. I['r thnoulght they sho...

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LINACRE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

LLNA.CRE PARK. Last, Saturday the Lady Associates and their friends were present., mixed foresomes over 9 holes being played. Thie best card returned was that of Mrs. Clatile Matters and C. Oates, 52-6--6 : whilst Mrs. Ben Champion and C. Matters, 5S--10-8 and Miss Dick Harse and Dr. Harse. 52----t8. tied for second place. The ladies' driving competition was won by Mrs. iVollngi.

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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Golf: The ,Elsternwick Golf Club .has started the season with record. entrici ifor t:hesie viiious club competitions. On Saturday-the nien` played. , their iiiointlily iedull;aild, haid the record of 70 entrics, and it is doubtful if any other club, culd. exceed: an entry - of this total. -The: 'scoring was close; and some fine golf was playel. ' Of late tho longl handicap meni ave. clen ,well to. the fore,: and on Saturday theyr. v ed'again wsell in evidence.. '1' .Murdoch is, perhaps, playing.: more consistent good 'golf than any other player at ;E'lstc?nwick' at present, and his scorj of :76 gross on Saturday well Oeservelt to ie" the winning car, but, tho fates vwere against him,: and hli had to hbj content: with 3rd place. The; lady i niemberis also iad' a ra cord of 29 entrics for their medal on .Thursday; a--d a good net score of.7' ,was returned. Tlid: winner of .-'the medal-Miss: r I:' Fullarton-is :also lenidiing: for the.V.L.G.V.; silver medal. Leiading scores· : :::. AKe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Educatlonla ROSBERCON, GIELS" GRAMMAR SmmCHOOL, ond KINDERGAIRTEN, ' NORTH ROAD, NORTI' BRIGI'TON. 5: llinnteis - from CGardeavale' Station. 10 -miuates from Electric Tram. Large groundds:;.:xcellent accommods tion for Boarder. . Pupils prepared for University,' .'Priiary, J' nior;' and Senior Examinations; - Also" for- University,. Local E.xamina tions in Mlusic. M Priiopals-. p MISSTIEI)AILL and MitSS CONSTANCE TISDALL; M.A" Class Shlging and Physical Culture" livu always formed part of the curriculum:' Dancing and Special Physical Culture Lesrons are open tp Non-Pupils.. Three Terms for 1914 Begiin-, February 10th. t June 2nd... September. 15th. Pupils may be Enrolled any time pro rata. "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIORA," SOUTII ROAD,-BRIGHTON BEACH.: SECONDAR.Y. P'RIMiARY, SUB-PIIIIAIIY. Seven ?Minutem' Walk: from T`iaid :The school:: iLs - beautifully:'situated, with -exceptional ?ccoinmodation:: for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR and SENIOR PIUBLIG Examinationa;. also for ...

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FANTASTIC GARDEN SEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

FA NTASTIC GCARDI N SEATS. (By E. Colui) ie Tshe-sats usually foud iiin our ar dens 'nd tennis 'courts are little used. ~isitors: unconsciously reject the stiff, formal,;i uncomfortable seat Wie know sa'wellt', and prefer to stand or sit on '-the frass. S·ets which are cot fortabli and withal somewhat fantas tic are not so often unoccupied. A sent made in this way will attract. much attention :-Cut a number of :stout stakes, sink these into the ground ten inches apart, forming an oval with a doorway, ram till firm, then weave willow, oleander, or other pliable rldds between the stakes like basket work, taking care to leave no prdjecttng ends. At each endislf the oval make a neat seat a little lower than usual. and so fixed tlat the turn of the oval forms ia comfortable back which should be shouller high. A bracket shelf fixed to the bLck be tween the seats is convenient for tea cups, etc. J'aint' seats andti shelf gren leave the basked work natural. By this arruanzcment two people c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Telephone 128 Windsor. Only Address- G. Brunninig & Sons, BRIGHTON ROAD, ST. KILDA: NOT MELBOURNE. Established 150 Years. Largest Plant Nurseries in the Com monwealth. " 250,000 Plants and 40,000 Roses. Write for New Cntalogues (Post Free) The Nurseries are within three minutes of the Ripponlea Station "" and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOME HINTS ON BUILDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI0, A unique opportunity- presents itO 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 bli 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, 1 will buy same, and erect a home on the same terms. In case of illness or unemploy ment, payments are s...

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ILLUSTRATING THE POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

II.I.I;STIIATING TlHE POINT. 3!is \\':antern was growing tired, for i. Niutt had been calling for three n?iths. and tie final words which had Ixrtl lingering on hIls lis for so long had iit yet been spoken; One even i hL., hwever, being in an extra bright loud, hIe was inclined to make sonime brilliant observations. .-"We live in-i nicclriul age, don't we, Miss W'ant e I .lust think how everything, is siconuni' wireless nowadays.'' "Yes,'. snappl'l Miss Wnltem, stung to des peration,, "'Pa was only saying this sering that cven the.sofawas bhe ani,,g nreless." In htu last illness, when out walking, Tou 1foodl was accosted by a irienu, chi, said :-"Ah, Mr. H1ood, you wait. sel'." "Yea-but I'm going.fast,' ,as the reply. ,nio, r Partner : "That new steiho gripher spells ridiculously." ' Junior rl'~r ,n:r: "Does she I Well, . iif she dues, it's abou,. the only word she cut splli, so far as my observation goes,' l3-s. 31urphy was getting the supler for the clhedren on Saturday might ?lc ...

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Continued from Back. Football [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Continued from Back. Football Icictlhi;'toh i s il perters .vTre pleasued wiith their- tena s perfortiulitCe against Carrimtir.; sle gaui.e ,ws plthyed :iat Ifeiatheirtoii, but the lhonie ;tea( lost thrioigh , bad cking. ; Thely had 15 scortng shiots agininst -nrrunl's 1', but .er i:.: t on -: the totals 'by' seveis luiiiti. - Ilnie isl n cores were--ar ri's .7.5 (7-i poiints): Ilesthliertoii 5.111 iiel?ias s hi on .ther otoi i roun..d, Isnd; :,an,. esa.sin a: gainris-bt thei new clii, lil:; iiithle.' 'l'he ,gait wissis played ait Cihelteiidti an; d in;'tlie sittitfuar tsr tlip holitie tieain hid asixs tries, all of which, resulted iii siigles.: fhle play in theistl, tiLeris :iecittitossiiiore s even, bloth ihle?i liittlingt o-i 1--2. For the rest of :hlid: gaimne Chis t's h ad nist ters aiill; otitheiios;,i? lu :T linnl score ere-Clieitenliiit l- llbeh. (7:1 piniis)s - li fihi-le ?lgk hici?.i: (8"i, iints)i. Thlie : Gi kier. foi thu wiiinierci were K. lrhibcar: (,) J is'sl'r " (2),...

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AUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

AUcTIO\S... "Ii i :iP ,Ou r "-mInzI & I Edwards of ir t I illas and cottage -ituntle at Ila_, hriekw'ood and -Ifunuiltoim tntet .iirh livlt- tuitu out at rday" nst I as Ihnildim allotmnents at Sandll rin ý6iu'

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

' .IIlI EIL ASSOCIATION. IThe idhtlnitglhly iL eti ? nof. the as sociation was !held at . 31ooraibiin -on Tuldayi, whe,'tli:.lere . was a full. at-, tendai?ce of .delates. l .,. CAAIBlENTO)WN CLUil EXI' FLLlI). T[le' Secretarv' reportedl_. that, the Caildcntown club hd ndotl klept up to their lihiancial obligalionst and ; also failed to6 play l in the list tIdo dmat ,On i: unaninmous "'cite it ws. de cided to expel the clu. . COACHITNG THE lhMIIIES :Soseral dubs' reportedi that imany of the usupires' did: not appear ,t be convereanttwithithe rules, which they considered would:lead to: roin,,h play. Secretary i MUlci '' ~h is osi., umpire in tIe Vicstorian ".ssociation offoered to devote one night a ik to structing the umpires ,d 'the" otfer was accepted - rermits a icre-graiitedi as follonis L'.' Green, A. Scott,:;" (lMoorablini' to' .Middle Bri'ihoiin) 0. Bieulke (Mooiab bhii 1'aik to Mliddle nBrifhton) .3R Ilewison (Brighton "lo ?iIoorawin)-. E. .Wood: (Black Rlock lto: Gaullield)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

First and Foremost. W. Robinson. Butcher, New s., Brighton. Tel. 245. Established 1i59 Church Announcements. a3ilICGITUS CONGREGATIONAL .U IIURJC11I, Black Street. 3i0tk SLI)AY SCHOOL ANNIVEIt 'IU-UMOlllOW, M1AY 17th. Special .ervices. RIev. '. J. L. C('loss (Pastor), at 11. Rev. henry Gainford (Carlton) at 3. lie, . E1. flume (Deepdlene) at 7. lpecial Singing by Scholars atBach of the Services, Scrhlars' Entertaisnent and Dis trilntion of Prizes on -Tuesday, May 19th, at 7.15 sharp. Admission, Gd. clH'TI' IIUIICI, Bay Street. - SIev. JR. Williamson, 11, 0.I and the Clhildren". 7, "Fleeing, Fighting, Lainc HIold." Comrmunion, 8.10. CUI;tClU OF qENGLAND. ST. ANIDREW'S. BRIGII'ON. Day ]7.-Y. Sunday After Easter. si.5 a.o., Choral Communion . -!, R1<,.- K. 7lamilt-?ff"(frou,"the`' Sudan), 12i. . Second Celebration. ,, Iev. A. Law., .tscension Day.--6.30 a.m, Choral 11 '. S p.m., Preacher;Rev/ . A. ?ORE MISSION ANNIVETISARY New Street Methodist To-Morrow ifMornsne I'OFESSORI ...

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OTHER MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

OTHER MATCHES. h71e Church' of Christ club lbeat lMiddle P-ark. last Saturday by 8.10 (5S) lto 428. 2) This afternoon theyi play.- oreland 'at 'Dunn's: paddock. 'The team i?il- lie :-Draper, Angus, Ca der, Crork' 2 ay, lergsoe Lain bcrt, : Ludbrooh "Masnn. _ 2usgrave, Pritchard, Richardson, Robinson, Wil liams, Shaip, Stanley, Agus. -

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Cricket. SThhe B.D)C.A. season has concluded successfully from a cricket point of view, and brilliantly, so far as (in ances are ooncerned, thanks to the keen inter6st and admirable, manag ment of the. popular hon. secretary (Mr. W. J. Booker). .The grade trophies were won as follows: FIRST GRADE. S Cr J. B. Grout's Cup. Ellindale; with Ilighett as runners up. SECOND GRADE. . he McLean Bros.-AMcEwan Shield. ",St.~ Mary's,, with Ilhrlinghan as runners-up. . I " r':i: I' GRADE. . .-; . 0 It SnowZliall's Cup. ::St. Catheritie's, with Hurlinghamn as -runners-up. :";Ididiidall:trophies. were won o3 "'' IIIRST GRADIE. ,Battingj A!verigc.-P. 'Bell (Slndring hamn), 5 I J. iBrown (nighett), 3.. Bowling; Average.-B.. Elin (Ellin I'dale), 65 wickets for an average of G. .Ili5hecst Score--W\\ Foreman (Chde tenham), 201 not out. Most Wickets.-B. Ellin. G5. Secretaries are required to send in the names of their three leadingbaits men and bowlers. This has not been done, and thle iusiness of the a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

ý KC. foster, NlE'. Pharmaceutical Chemist. Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. FOB PULMONARI AFFEOTIONS, COUGHS, OLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. . Od,. - DISPENSING A BPECIALTY.I - Foster's Famous Remedies ANTI-CATAIIRHAL LOTION I?II)NEY MIXTURE I:OWIER' For the Relief of IBackacthe and A certain remedy for eAccnmula- other commonly experienced symp S.tionh in the Throat and Nostrils, toms. ./I-. and Post Nasal Secretion. .:9/. BLOOD MIXTURE r.NIc HAIR Ifll)ISSING A •II I eg a ms . For Blotches, Pimples, Boils, &e. U! A? elegant and most ctlecctunl pra .E --. paration for Strengthening and HEAD LOTION Promoting the Growth . of the . Sflir, and rendering it beautifully An eflectulal and. cleanly. remedy soft. Glossy, and Non-oily. A/ for. destroying V`ariasites. . 3/-. FR EM'.A OIN'MENTMENT A remedy for Skin Complain-s,: IV . 'MIX'UE ': Altlhough an unrivalled prepara- For Giddiness; illious ileadaches, tron for the use which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

-2 j- The QL Y cher-K. MorrisiYr HamptonSt. T. 227 Brighton. ! ^*~~ * * rt" t B H B . ^ * " ^p' *^W^W/' "*?*ST.. BRGTON 27BcJ,., Howard Weber, Painter, PECIAL STOCK Paperhanger, REASONABLE PRICES. General Renovator, WVALL1PAPER -.` + 'ErW k- _RDOS ALWAYS ON 1-AND anB-- -,.. ALL'SIJURBS. Repairer: ,MILL STREET, BRIGHTON. GardenersI ;WATFJ?TIGIITS and BLUCIlERS. The Best in Quality: meins the Best .Wear ,and ::the most Comfort:. The ,Beat is Always the-Cheapest-i _J' °Qs .T.MATTHEWS. [00Ts P___,Ea- u BOOT PALACE. ToOoer. CHARMAN ROAD, ` T CHELTENHAM Telephone :- 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS Tr IBEST-GIVE HIULA TRY. To the( General Pubic ;? helteah??n and :11strict Two thlngs worth ?h i.-is an- up-to date Stock at -your doors. 2 :Skilful and ;radesinanlike Repairing "a Specialty with him. • :- " . - . q CGarpenters, Builders & General Contractors: All Classes of ?l'crat ' Alterations t. . Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and :., In any State of the i r:. Commonwealth. IN THE S-eweragd...

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Collins House, Collins Street. Melbourne. To the Secretary, Moorabbin Shire Council, Moorabbin. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Collins H?ouse,e Collins Street. ?ttelbourne. To the Secrctar,?: Moor. abbht Shire. Couincil . oorabbin. Sir,--Fiirst draww your attention to the followii g dcluse in thel)eed of Delegation : - "If the said Council should at "any time decide to alter "the lev "els of any sucli roads or-any parl "thereof. :thel said Council shall "at "its own cost rajse or lower -the '"rails and saB"iuch -of tlhe aoad. "way maintained- b the said com "piny as shall be necessary to 'suit .such altered level." The -level of the' roadway~ in many places,: conti nousn. `to the. trimway. track,l has leen allowed to wear Lelow the level oL the. track, which has been a serious nmatter for the Company and a costly ont and we? clana the result to the.Coimpany is just. the same as if. thie Council had .decided to alter the lcvels of any such roads. - Consequently tlhe Council lshould at its: own rcost raise or lower the lrails and" so murch of the rotidway .maintained 1.y the :id- Coinmpany as shall I:e naeces...

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Beaumaris Trams THE CONTENTIONS OF THE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

leaumaris Crams 'flE CONTEJNTIONS OF Ts i COM HI Niherr i tar o the ecau niairis Trijiay C' w'ria :- Sir, Thd:'e tt aehciet: tter w.ritten on the iSth. October inst toS the Mloorabbin Shism Council; "deals iiith ?somne phnases of :.the t nmtcer fro6ii i oi r stindpoint. le trust yoii will pii fhlish thlie letter, hnd: so.`-:': r youri ni'lerous readers the obipportunity of : eiirinig ? bothsdies. The :letter itias no?sent sRs it. .was considered nilcles toit send it in'face of the unconiiprotnusiaig ittitude [ the S3elbournie.. Octoer61hr8th," 1913. '0'o the Secretary; - oorabblii Shire Council, Mo -orabbin. Sir. COUNCIL'S COMI'LUINT re TRABM WAY TRACK. I 'am ' instructed to write re the above, anid would ask that the matter containell in the attached he carefully read and seriously considered by your Council. We have for some time lbeen made a target for nil sorts of indis criminate and Unfair shooting, anl we feel sure that every fair-minded man, both in the Council and out of it,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

.................TH E.................. Elsternwick FRESH =_ 'FOOD SUPPLY. I Glen untly `ld:`-,. Showell's, + lternwiek A Fewi . Doors 1B.low I E A. B, nk. m-e speialise ni the-l ,ovisi, r Trade, keep the very 1 .,st .ili.h?;n able, and; still -.ot be -uin-t lso d. All Goods kept in 'C'ooling Chumni ber. Eggs :front Cool Districts Fresh Twice a ?Week. Choicest ]ltttter" and. Chdese front Western` District Factories. -. . '--:. Kindly. iten?iithcr This-hether your- Orderiis Wortlh a Slhilling . t Poi ? we: I) Delier it Promptly and in a ctareflul Uitd Lt +to Date manner. . H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, S" Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Dis?lic?, that he ha pened, a Store at Glen hurnti?y - (Late Bsundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage is respectively Solccited : GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STOREB-Brighton. Elsternwlck, Balaclava and Glen 'Huntly. W. H. NIeHOLSeN, Grocer, Wine & Spiril . ...

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