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Telephonic Millenium REACHES BRIGHTON FIRST. NEW AUTOMATIC INSTALLATION. SUPERSEDES OBSOLETE SERVICE. EASE AND EFFICIENCY IN WORKING ANTICIPATED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

eldepbonic millienami JItECHIES BUlu:I rTON FJRIST. ,-.W AUTIO31TIC INSTAIJIATION. SUI'EIRSEIES OBSOOLETE SERVlICE. EASE ANI) EFFj?CI NGY IN IOl?K INGcANTIICTIPATED . T'he Iri htoir Teilep?one Eschange is thellirst Jietropbolit6n telephone service to be supplieds with the very latest, up-to-date applianees ,which Iill l h in use withlin the- next few '.weeksl Alexander. Grahain Bell.: who invcited the telephone,. waas. Iiaughed at for sug gestin_ tliatthe voicC .coild be trals nutted by.electricit' oiver 'wires..l The itelephoe? att first, was a crude '.con trivance, mid .hid ii.resemblance ::to the : neat .instriiueIats ,w'hich are now in .. use. I llhoweveri "substantiated the inventor's-. clainms and although the pilLlic were thli' sceptical about adoliting the priniciple, the 'lphone giradlally came into: favouir, iantil to day- - it has I.ccome a necessary ad ji:nct to the successful carrying on, of business. The development of the tolejihone has taken llliae, alnd noti we. hav...

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

Sandringbantin ourt. A rharge of usinm a Beaumaris tram horse ,under circumstances involving cruelty; was preferred against the driver, James Irvine, at the Sand ringham court last week. Evidence for the prosecution was given by Inspector Willmott (of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). Senior-Constable Mc Carthy and ConstalAe Ilaven,. ;'ho saw the homer it the Sand ringham terminus on arrival from Black IRock on Easter Monday. They descriled it as Icing in .poor condi tion, and having sores on the shoul ders and stifle. FJor the defence it was stated by Peter Brown (st -bleman) and G. Mil ner (foreman) that the horse was in good condition, having been in the siable a fortnight, but thaey decided not to work him on ELaster, Saturday to make sure. On Easter Monday they both went on the tram, Milner driving, because they were afraid that the horse might, being fresh and flighty, get away with the tram. When going down White's Hill towards Beaumaris, a motor bus go i...

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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, MAY 16, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SAT'LURDAY, 3MAY16, 1911. District News BRIGHTON. S Empire Day will) be celeblirated next uFriday, when the Mayor (Cr. Thomas Wilson). entertains the children of the district nt -the Drill .room.' Biograph pictures will hbe shown in three relays and'_ each. child 'on leavinegthe hall will' lie presented with a bag of 101 Slies.- Inthe; rrou'ids'thd school conm mittees will; provide i merry-go-rounds and Puniich 'ad Judy. A foobliall imatch will be played between Brigh ton. and 'leternwick; and the girls i: ll try conclusions at rounders. The chahnpionlshipl of- the schools ivill be contested bv 100 yards race for the boys: and. 75 'yards for the girls. Mr. W. Panmplilon has donated a medal :,':for ?:the .winner of the boy's event. All P'arents are invited. . eoncrt ' in connection with St. .Peters. " Guild Club. Brigthh,n liench. sins held in the lhighton Tows ?nll on A :ril "th. The overture was ad dhestr; ca...

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

ROQYAL EICANGIE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Accident. Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MIEIBOURNE. J. C. Journoaux, Manager. DISTRIC' AGENCIES. tsIIGll.ITON-S. I'.: Sirmnoads,, l.stateoAgent., Uny Street.' .>.: 31D10LE BIRIGH'TJON--Connor and -Alford, E.lste Agents, Chlrch , sreet:" - ST. KI.l)A--Prince and Co., -Estatu Agents, -26'lligh Street: ,:_ SANDRINGAM--Round: and Co., Estate Agents, Melrose Street.,H: aulie a CA;I.i?JILD--larold Looker and Co., oppsite Caulllield ~Station. GAIIDENVALE-'I'hoimson and Collinson, Estate "Agents, Gardgnvale.,. BA?ACLAVA-A. E. Forster Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle. Stret. RA JBARTLETT JNDER KLE GOVERNMENT FA?MILY BUCHE SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at ,work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry Cut Daily. Poultry and Rabbits Always on Hand. Carts Dally to Ormond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick,' East Malvern, Caulfield, Car...

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

FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. SENIORS. floorablbin Park were at home to their neighbours, the 1IToorahbin clubs They took the field with the hopes of winning the match, but their play in the opening term did not give their supporters much encouragement. They were unable to stand up against,the attacks of AMoorahcbin, who in the second hall kept the home team on the defensive. 3loorabinin, who won by 70 points,-at times showed good football. The firal scores were: MToorruih.ain, 10.1 (03 points) ; Moo ratlibin P'ark, 1.7 (13 points). The roal kickers for the winners were: G. Smith, W. Smith, Green, Scudds, Beck. and Ionai. The first half of the match between 3fentone'and BIlack iock,h played on th'e" former's. ground; .was fairly even. buit in the second - the: locals were out classel bay the SUrrperoritv of the visi tors. ':~rentonie failed to snake good ,ise of ? their: oiiortittinities through a ideakness oit .the forward lines. The llay itii the, s.siid half was mainly in favour of the vi...

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

Doherty & eO. : · ' 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, ARE NOW SHOWING FULL RANGE• OF S , AUTUMN & WINTER GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ' SPECIAL MILLINERY ' AND DRESS SHOW .".. NOW ON.. . i125127 6111 latit•y Road,' ElsternwiicL7 'P'hone Brighton 747.-2 TTHE PUBLIC SUPPLIED 5t, WHOLE.s SALE RATES- - C. DELBIRIDGE and CO.. Furniture Manufacturers, OFFICE and SHOWROOM 192 BAY STREET. BRIGHTON. FACTORY- CORNER ST. ANDREW AND - DURRANT STREETS. SIHaving purchased commodious fac tory. premises, we are now in a posi tion to cater for every requirement forhbome comfort. Place your order for furniture with us, then come and see it made. BEDROOM SUITES DININGROOM SUITES DRAWINGROOM SUITES EASY CHAIRS, COUCHES SIDEBOARDS FURNISHINGS - CARPETS, LINOLEUMS VERANDAIh and SUN BLINDS WINDOW BLINDS and CUR "' TAINS. - We make any of these to order and design on the shortest notice. Our goods are made from seasoned timber, and European labor is employed throughout. Suites re-covered....

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Bowls. BRIGHTON ROVERS TASMANIAN TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

IlIfTOT~lTON 1'P J~iE AS31IAM N. .· .-<tRIP·. -. .-n i i o n - - ir1 : o ce;to. the- eit roidititpi bting hioist fisvoiiniable? l rl(inigi t-ih rint dolvit tlh -eha the ni?iitical esper of6 the t?o:sm (Coldrian bhl name)A del:eredo is ooiiieicait oiterestitii iaddres on the unnle. of the ihip atnd.'lie" dentor est? e,;idaced~ in 'the learfiel'discinoedm~ cunn e i. be to to ve einmbdled our- old dald lpojhliin.frind of- tmhe sea, PMyr s.'"i to: tuliI p a: t th"e ,early door" for dinner that elenilin, zild- to' shiis iiuentl'y -njoy·.- the reitathinier of '-,tlie even vithw th. Tl'visi?niiof then Strand.' Alftu;-' r l.i-,i ti. -tripr across ithii Sccait anucnoni was-reached dlniito 9 "iii. oitl rthe9.tl f i .int iiS thitcity oatle of 1oiurs ?dere7 well oteaIled ini iewlithenu mfaii Henuty I spots inear atlnhi d, aind inuuy .niemblers of tihe lioit rleineed their?i( eqa intaniice with eC-\itifioan.tieIlonovni (formnerly (,f Itiuhtrh -nniollit th Ij opular landlord of. the Ro...

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

SOUTHERN CROSS Football Competitions No. 1 Victorian Football lAssociation les. PRIZE A prize of 10/- will bhe awarded the competitor fulfilling all the condi tions of this competition, or pro rata i! more than one. CONDITIONS. 1.--Competitors to name on the coupon provided in this col umpn the winners of the Vic torian Footbhall Association matches played on the date on the coupon. 2.-Competitors to be residents of the, Town. of Brig~ton, City of Caulfield;: or Shire of iloorib: .- bin;or annual subscribers to S the "Southern:.Cross"_ (6/6).. 3 -Coupons to "be in the "Southern r':'oss" Ollicedon 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 COR.PETITION, The Editor, "Southern Cross," BRIGHTON. (Incompleto Address will Disqualify). 7.--The decision of the Editor to be final in regard to all matters. + 4. S FOOTBALL COUPON. +"1 S No. . ' VICTORIAN F...

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Soccer. SANDRINGHAM V. PRESTON. SANDRINGHAM STILL UNBEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

-Soccer. SANDRVINGHAMý. .PRESTON. SANDRINCIIAM STILL UNBEATEN. F:or the ' second week in sucession, the above teams met.. Preston, anxi ous to wipe 'off 'last ieek's defeat,. placed a stron 'eleven ih tho.field.. Sandringhain :-Burton, H. Cann, Saunders, McKenzie, Auity, MWoods, Ianger A. Allan, W. Cann, Overett, Cann again w'von the toss, and chose to` play With a strong sun .,in his favour. PIreston set the haill.: in' motion,' theni Mdanger received -an early pass; but was ,s topped. . Pres ton. continued to monopolise the play, but the home defence was safe. Clever play bhy W. Cann saw the leather car ried down towards Preston's citadel, tbh Overett sent behind. The Sea silers' forwards moved with . more freedotm than the visitors, ' and - a coupl :of corners fell to their lot, hlut with no;good result.- Preston : were playing` a far better g'ame than :'on the lprevioils week, and Burton was called upon to clear several nasty shots.: Up to this point 'the .hoies halv'es had.not ...

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

THIIE DAIRY. Feed that will injure the flavour of the butter and which should not be fed to milch cows are : 1.-T.urnips and tumnio tops. 2.-]tape or rye. i.--l)ecavend ensilage. .I.--lecks, onions, or apples in large quantities. Olther causes of taint il creamn are: ].-Cowes udders and tents in an un cl,:an clondition at milkingt time. u.--ilkin' in uncleuen bales. 3.-l'sin, unclean wooden, galvanized or rusty woodesn uails. 4.-Separating the milk in contact wilh odoura. G.-Keeping the cream in cellars or ,lher places where there are roots or 'vegtallcs. 7.-Keeping the cream for several days in a temperature over 55 deg. 1.-Cows drinking water from stag nant water holes or the soakage of stock or farm yards.-"Farlm Jour nnl.~t

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Our List of Experts. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Our List Of Experts. Theo result, of the snatch between Footscra?y and E?sendon ipset' a'far p number of: calculations ; "received, whilst the failure of Williminstown to down. Brunswick also deprived a num her of the chnce, of participating, in this ivcck's dividend.s 'c'lit whinu?rs who will'.rceive 5/-'each, are : -'. -J.; KEi LEY, Keysi rd, ,Iloorabbin. ,L:: GORDAN, 39 St Andrew street, Brighton: . NEXT WEFKS 3UATCI[ES. " Brig.hton v.. Northoit;: NIortli?d 3elbouiiei v.: Footiacray i Essendorai- 'loirt, iiellsird , -` 'Prahiahn v. Bruinswick. " TED FEDERAL 1No ; comlpetitor suicceeded ?2in naming all the 'vinnai'i i i the -, ediral ompe tition, th? ,failiu' of 'Middle Brighton against '`:Caulfiteld hleinu- thel pincipal ause'. FFour esqualled nlt the highest numiser of winss, anid they, will divide the' prize' betwweeirthem. .They were: C:. E.rickso ul; lle street, Brighton. . Stebbin, llainptonu street, Blrigh ;on. J Boaley,eldElauade, Brighltonu Beech iG. FaFrent; flonx? s sst...

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Reserves Wanted. DISTRICT REQUIREMENTS. TWO SITES SUGGESTED FOR BENTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Reserves Wanted. DISTRICT REQUQIRIEMENT S.' 1110 SILLSTE SIJOGESfED FOR:: A ieting o ; lleitleig1 resideiits further consider "the 'iproposal to c i'uire i recreation :reserv fori.thidis tricteusai held at ienitleigh ',lublie Hall 'oi 3fonday eveniing,; whc.l:.ICr: \Y. G.: ur'ess occupied the chair and there was a fair attendance o; reso i d ents.T rts- of the collector?' were submitted, and .showed that the 'do n'ttions iaid promises to .the funiliiiai- oiinted to £10 96/, whilst :the Shire Council .i had. placed £CO:ol the esti mates towards the same- purposec mrking a. totial of .172' 9/6.: SThe Chairman re ported tlhat :the' comlnittee had- inspected abot' twielve sites; rangiing front 19'-cres' at acost oi £t,000, do wn to si's acres .at':. a cost of £b50.: led also stated that in goin,' through thel ridin.l hinbcd' heird itt:, sn,.ested that- theiy should .follow thI e.txaple of. Mcntlone, and lihSn -?n special rate' of 'tirepelice in the'poiud. l-:y this means the Council iou...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. HAWTHORN. SEASIDERS PROVE THEIR SUPERIORITY. THEIR FIRST CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Football i ,lti i-.'. , Lr ' "IO. 'n sgsl3l Esio T`Eli r StiiWR - Briltohiinwerd iathoilonei ot Saturldy to th5 . new A sociation culi, hIaw horn. There was :a itood g"atheringi of i supprteas 'of- Iotlli elubs. llnw thorn, after the r line game against F.ootscray'. on. the previous Saturday, ,mero conflident that they rcouil show the- seasiders a few tointst i the game, ihut before they left . they had tot admit they hod:not learnt every thina. lBrighton were not taklting iny risks, and they Iplaced their strongest team in the field. Four alterntions aere made in the teiam : B; BIailes. 'allace. I)oolen Iiormerl of Sit.- Kil da); natd . Bayliss (of iolttihmohid li trict), were given a runtin plac' -of I:Fspie, Pattterson,. Cotmer, -and -Peddlle. l'he placings of the' tcaina were:: ItnehsDonI-in,' In olen $g.Dr Unlflaitic-= Nero; '1linie;-il ]nigniti Ct'ntee-:-leade.:iB.I nites;;. fir s ilal .forwaerd-Teesm "iawsoiBy lies. ForwardI Iti '• " .fender . . ... .'ollower--Giraham, ur Mbi...

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The Destructor. QUESTION OF SITE. COUNCILS WAIT ON MINISTER OF LANDS. REASONS URGED FOR RETENTION OF SITE. CABINET TO CONSIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

The Destructor. -eg+ QUESTION O0 SITE. COUNCILS .WAIT ON MINISTER OF LANDS: - REASONS URGED FOR RETENTION f OF S1TE: CABINET-TO CONSIDER.: Sjoint: deputation from the coun cils.'ofJ Brigihton, St. lilda and Caul field vaited on the Minister of Lands on Wednesday and urged 'rasons why the Government should sell to them the reserve alongside the Elwood canal, which had been offered to them as a site for the destructor. The deputation comprised tie Moayor (Cr. Wilson), Cr. Pullman, Mr., Coane (engineer) land Mr. J. 11. Taylor (town clerli), of Brighton; Cr. Ilewi son and Mr. Chamberlain, of St. Kilda: and Crs. Fiske and Thomson and ir. Wooley (engineer), of Caul field. Mr. 0. it. bnowball. M.L.A., in in trouuc?ng tne ueputuaton, saltd that they" were desirous of urging reasons sna- tee site' should be aldhered to. Ine tuator ou or'gnton r. 'lnos. slshonj stattel ttat on receipt of i notice from the boutd of Health, tuey set a?out trying to arrange for a site for a destructor. ;lney app...

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

Ait YouR STOBEKEPER FOR I U Tom, S th From absolutely Pure SUPERIOR Locally Grown ! T Tomatoes. Tomato Sa own Bottles. A High-grade' t Artclce. r `SMITH &. rIANrACrUED AT - LAMBERT, PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, Manufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices Collars Made tt ed undera Speal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes Collars, 1912. (- ---------- --·W CCC-+.-^-4-- +:::: Y- : _ -_ =++ = -_+.·., .:_. A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON BIAND. A Red Hot hoProposition. Have a Modern Gas Fire InstalledCTICAL DDLER and S No more chilly Half tours at Breakfast.d nuacturer ofne Penny gives you One Hournes radiant est Price It is Really Hot.-You can toast firt it zes Collaright it when S1you want it Turn it off when you don't. NO LABOUR, DUST or NO SMELL. ". NO WAITING for the FIRE to Burn .UP We have all the dirt, dust and ashes at this end and WE SEND YOU THE HEAT. n Have You Seen Our New Show Rooms-? Lighted Every Evening. Come and See our Stoc...

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

CAULFIELD. Before Dri . 1. .1. .Cole, 1'.M, at thie Caulfiedl d Court last week, a num?er of the cadets were prosecuted bti:Caipt. E. Bryiant for failing to attend drill, and, Cadets eiton,a Foulsham,l slher, anid Watson were comiunttedl to the Queenlclifflfortress to Inalke\up turears of- drill.. Warrants were' issuie- fur the arrest of Cadets A. Rahkin i .' Bus tin, W. Bastin, and J. Baram, ..'who failed to attend the court. V. BIraley, W. lRoberts, E.it L'Lltosh; W.0?Compton, T.. Donovan; il.I Walter; J.: 1'N~i end A. ?3egie were. coanuitted ito the care of the Areii Olficer to mnak ui iirreais. J. 1i .Kitcheh wase committed to queeisclill: F.ortress for misbehaviour at drill ut Oakleigh on Marclh 4th.

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Drill Shirkers. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. CADETS ORDERED TO MAKE UP DRILLS. A QUAKER'S SON SENT TO QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Drill Shirkers. POJLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. CADETS .ORDERED TO MAKE UP yr% DRILLS. ' tllAKERli' ON SE1NT TO: MQUElINDSCLIF ' 4. numbr of cdadts appeared before Mr Coheis'.f, :iiid two justices at the ':!lrihton r court'last" week to ian swer; clharges' of: iot attending drill. F. P.: loblirt; :16 pleaded not guilty for f' ailii? to attend s compulsory parade. ': ".. -. . His lather'*got into the bux,. but. being a quakeor refused to take the oath. He stated that lih was re slpnsible -for his son not attending drill. lie (the father) claimed obedi ence, which was his lawful. and God given right. lie said that tatthe boy haid proved himself, what every lad in Australia -was expcctcd to be, ;God fearing and obedient to his parents. lie and the boy's mother secre respon rible, as they. had to obey God's law. Mr. Cohe.--I explained to you the last time you were here that the boy must comply with the law the same as other's. Mr. Roberts.--lowt can he if we pre vent him ? The P.M.-You have ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

Death: WALSH.—On the 15th May, at 274 Barker road, Glenferrie, Alexan- der, dearly beloved husband of Mar- garet, late of Union street, Brighton. Aged 76 years. FUNERAL NOTICE. WALSH.—The friends of Mr. Alexan- der Walsh are respectfully invited   to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Brighton Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his residence, 274 Barker road, Glen- ferrie, THIS DAY (Saturday, 16th),   at 4 o'clock. J. MONKHOUSE, Undertaker, Car-   penter street, Brighton, Bentleigh   and Sandringham. Tel. 162.   BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. MR. R. HIGGINS and FAMILY de- sire to THANK their many friends for their kind sympathy, &c., in their recent sad bereavement; also Dr Aitchison for his kind attention. MR. and MRS. E. BREWER desire   to Tender their sincere T'HANKS to their friends for expressions of sympathy, letters, and cards re- ceived during their recent ber- eavement.—"Risd...

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MOORABBIN AND HIGHETT. A NEW LOCAL BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 16 May 1914

MOORABBIN AND HIGHETT A NEW LOCAL BODY A pretllmitry zneetin" woas held -ti the local State scjhool on Thursday 'evenilng to forte it Progress Associa   tion for th0e Moorabbin itid Highett listriots. Mr. W. H. Barnett Itresi lied~, and uInlulut '_ll ricidrt s wert,/res-u Otit. Mr. Barnett said I itt dlistrit ha tIitttttfi it Io In dr ill t sou ltt-ears. The iodtt! txrayt htt. ofwiththc uritlitgs oftt tttiitet inso I s i nn iote.re.sl in lo r~tl affairs. thulL fil district had1 ~ re the extremlle end of threlle ridingls, andl ftttt , ittotott"iy ,tut: ithlt t ireit ct t r pri titi oIffotot , i tt te.o (oter distitot hlowied' what a lot could be done for - a district by local ratepayers banded together to approach the Council. 21r. Fred. McKittrick movd?l that an association be formed and called "'The lloorabbin and Tlighett Progress Association." and Mrr.1'. S. Smith seconded the motion, which was car ried unanimously. The memberslhil fee was fixed at 2/6 per a?nnuml, o...

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Latest Books. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

:.'Latest Books. The Perfeeict . Wile .. l3.' Keating. The A:idazingi :Partnership.... ;. ...E. Oppenheilie". The Way of the Strong , b.. .: ....Redgwell: Calluim . 'hlhe Sorcerers . . ..:. Beatrice Grimshaw. The River of l)reams ..".. ?....:.W estrup. .': Confessions of an Inconsiitant an: "Anom." , The Light of the Weste?h: Stars ....Jai Gray:': ' T''he Widow's Necklace ::. .... ;:. . Davies: The Flortunate Ybodth J:..,e.. ?1:'.: J. Locke. it.was the ?Time bLRoses .;:i. ;:Doll Wyllarde? AAi [Pildot . . .. ;Raifidalll'airisli Sarah Eden .. ... . .. S. Stevens.. Miranda . .... . D. E. Biradldon.: A Leather lihxtuois .. i.t Gerurd :? Ladv-of Leisuire ... . Ethel Siduvick. Gay Morning . J.... . :? . ?. J uckrose:.": Sands o thle.ser e . . :II Quinn - The ?ay. of These Woen . ' ' ,.i.; OpiPeiim. The Eye of Dread ... :.. .... ::.:::.Payne `Erskihne: ThI Girl from Me.xico ...: ..: . ;,.Townsbend.; The Milk %Way .. :- .. ..... Te'lnYson, Jesse. Gold. . .. ... S White The W ay of the Cardi...

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