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A Delayed Account. INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL CLAIMS £1,109. FROM MOORABBIN COUNCIL. FOR SEVEN YEARS' EXPENSES. PATIENTS ADMITTED ONLY ON COUNCIL'S ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

MI Delayed Jiccouti. INFECTJJuiU DbC tsj nos irL CLAIMS £41i0t . Roi1'. M.OOI'ABlN cOUNCI._. P'ATIENTS tDMITTI'ED ONLY ON 'COUNCIL'S .ORlDER:. 1t t` e i'` tlieingof the oorabbmu n Council on ii ?onay a letter a.s re ceuied .roni 'Dr Scuntlebury stating itfil to the effect thiat no. inure pa tients would be admitted fromu the Slhire .iiless a aertificate was' gi ed tha. the .Council would pay -ll :.ex Venues. The reasoni gi'ven was -that tih. Council had not paid tlicii ac count for .the last sveni years. - the fe' Presside?it stated that tile' ac count amounited to CI: 1I00. Whient i he secouit Was received rrceidhl council irs loon ed i?iuoi it as ait try on he did not see howi they could look up on it in aniy otiher wi-. 'Tlie lhad teen iuformied fby. a- 'nember of -th coiuumilfdc that lthe amouilt was:.ovuer looled. by . an ofllier. ihe 'hosdrilal charged 7/6: per daiy, which steiniedl i rather large ?muniit for a Govmerimeint controlled institeitio.ilon. e t l understood that ot...

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Our Band. PICTURE SHOWS FOR BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

OurrBand. PICTURIE SHOWS FOR BRIGHTON. - At, tho Brighton Council .meeting on Ntonday evening the Brighton District Band conmmittee applied to have M3r. 'R; Edmonds's lease of the Drill-room for :picture shows on Saturdlay nights transferred to the hand committee on the same terms as those granted Mr. Edmonds, hllo also wrote stating that, as hoad a buIsiness connection in the city he had decided to trans fer to the committes. The toan clerk (MIr. .1. H. Taylor) said the agreemenat with Mr. Ed monds had expired, and the tehancy had since been carried on froin week to week. It was decided that the r(suest be granted, and a- lease be prepared, bhsed on tho'agreement with Mr. Td mnonds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

- Educationl- : ROSBERCON, ?:GIRLS' GRAMMARI SCHIOOL cnd KINDERGAIRTEN, .ONORT1 RIOAD,. NORT'H UNI(Ji'Ol.s 5 minutes from Gardclenval itation It! minutes from Electric trots Larks groiunds; excellent, accommodb S . tion for Boarders. ' 'L'uphla prepared Iol: Univer?sity, Primary, Junior, and dmenior rsExamiuations ; S Also for University Local EIlmirine S"- 00riani in IMuat. Priodipal- .., M, S TI?L)ALL and ?ISS CONS'TANCEI I'ISDOAtL t.., Class Singing and Phy-ical Cultur.e have alwaya formed part of the curriculum. .Dancing and Special Physical: Culture Lessens are open to Noi-Pupils. Three Terms for 1914 pegin-t February 10th. June 2nd. September l5th. S Pupils may be Enrolled any time pro rate. '"NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIORA," SOUTlIH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACB. SECONI)ARY. P'RIMARY, SUB-PI'lMA I. Seven MinUites' Walk from Traii or Tram. The school is beautiifully situated, with exceptional :accommodation for boarders. Pblids prepared -for .JUNIOR nd * SENIOR PUBLIC .ixhminatioaa; al...

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Telephone Installation. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

Telephone Installation. A party of about 20 v.isildrs;: in cluding the ~tavorC ?jiicillors, and ollicers, o thlie town, were entertaifni at the Lrighltona tost -i1cc on Friday ecenin weeik,. oi tlhe ocecasion of the omnpletion of th'e ew atoinktic? te.le hod bcen i-sstal ibyI 'll C. ita Clnanks Prostistr at. righton, -:nd lhe :weleloid " tliho : ' visitors, who were divided up i iito iparties unider ithe direction ,of- the i?ii stallinglen'iicers aind htaffl, who "ex: plained lthe mvst, complicateid mechan isuan proided for th new service; An adjournment wa niande to. the telel ment abiitO .10o 'c'.ock.. The:l tonst of the( King'ha:iig :n eien hoduior ed ir lurhke.. prioloscp l . ithi healthl' of the layor and Cuancillors. In resplions, the Mayor referred to the very finoe road. iun the town, ania ex prewsetl re'igret that thie pathls 'were iut up to" the sanii: stanidard. Ilowcvcr, theCLouncil ldid their best ith't the money navailable, and fully, en' joyed the iconlidelce- o the r...

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"Bug Villa." CAULFIELD CARETAKER'S COTTAGE. TO BE DISPOSED OF. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

" ug 1Vil1 " CA[ I[,IELD CAR 1TA? R' SCOT -.7- 1TO BE I POieEtD OF. At .the Cauifiold (Councll inetin' on T'uesdav veiLing a report was received fromn the llEngineer -rihlati: to thi drelict buildino whldich had been re;. ni-oed to the mietal .elot at Glei: ititntl3 for use us a cartauker's rot tage. When the matter was I:rouglit up.; sonic ietu?' azo Cr. Brookshaw. said that the plae. was riddled witli iii.cts and full of 'ermin: -At Tuc~s dna s, mreeting the engi;eer notiftied that- it. would cost .Ct92 to maike, it hibitatble. ,Cr. -Kitchen.--Do you recouinrid? d thint it he dime ? I1r: . Woolev.-T cannot 'ea t?hat `-'1 hdo. IThe buildini is in a nworse state than wihat it appeaeitd. I t 'woul:d I:e letter i. aUditrtise the -build:n 'n for sale. Cri I[alli-Tf woi do not enlid lthis maone? whlat will Ih? tle :psition ?' Mr. Wooble.- We will have to ejLect a ne''i .biilding at a .ca4t of.i :£25O. Cirt Thioiii-oai isaan of the ma terial ,he used in auny ? a 3r. .Wooley.--iThw. windo...

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Complimentary Social TO MR. FOX AND FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

eomplimenlary Social TO 11111. FOX AND FA3IHLY. The C?ntral -i?all 'wais crowded to thee ldors on 7'onday evening last. when thq: Brighton' Branch of the - Political .Lalbur Council tendered at conplimentary social and eseinlatioi ito-r: C. A. Fox: and family' ns ain mark mof -their pprecia tiol' of -th :st'renuiousu pioicering wýorlkd naconiplili~ilby' thi fanuiliuy in the dis trict. A viery pleasant eoveing was spent, niumnerouss niusical itemiis being io;ecn -b'vy -.l esre r'ickett Stephens, Iliim and. Fox, iliss~s ]lollnes, Giffetn nild others, very 'aly accompanied by 31rs. A. Grant. Jiiterspersed were a nuiinher of spechesi by prominent Par liantentarians, and riaerchers of the Party. The President of theBranich, Mr. Arch. Grant, in welcoming the large antlience. said that as some members of. the Fox family were leaving the district, lthe branch haid taken the op iortunity to rather together some of those who had c:ruse to remenebcr and nllpreciate the very -mannny :rrices ren...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

ROYAL 0XCEANGE ASSURANCE CORP'OIATILON OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Excred £6,0S00,000. Fire larine Acoident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCII - 31 QUEEN ST., MEIBURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTIIC'. AGENCIES. niflfIl'TOi--S. I'. Sinunouds, Estate Ageot, Bay Street. .II)I)IE BRIGHIITON-Connor and Alford, Estate Agents, Chutrch Street: s'. KI LDA--Princ:hand Co., Estate Agents. 256 lhigh Stret.,, SANDEINGAIIA-Round and Co:, Estate Agents, Melroje Street. -AiLFI EI.-llarold Looter and Co., opposite Uaultield Stntion;:. GA RD)ENVALE--Tlihomson and Collinson, Estirte Agents, Gardenvale: IALACLAVA-A. E. Forster, Estate ?gent, 206 Carlisle Street. @.uee e. . e.XXXe GGe...e O.v iy e ee.ix "" ,e " s e. eT e e ALL MEAT KILLED RTLETT "NDER w -. GOVERNMENT FAMILY BUTCHER, 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, :E...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

MIL. C'. A. FOX.

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Boundary Road. MAINTENANCE OF BOUNDARY ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

iBounary oad. , " · ? q,*-,- MAINTENANCE OF BOUNDARY ROADS. The Moordbiin Council notified the Brighton Council on 'Monday. ovening 'hat they had adopted the recoinmen dation of theu respective coiuncils' eni gineers regarding the ma?intenance- of lioundary r'adit between' the tao nnniciipalrties.-It a ' as r':decided tboi postpone considerition peindin ;'a `re Iply from Mooraqdbin regarding a pro posil that :Moorabbin should share the cost of nmaking iNe¢w street' alut ting the 'area recently annexed: from llooralbitn... At tlhe last' nicctiang of the Miooralt hini ,Council a, report froti .:the engin tcers .if 1ooraibbiin-andl Brighton oit thed quittion oaif tiiiittenncti e was .cot sidered, anld' the Couincil lecided to adlo1t. the recolitontidatini.n: . A letter :front the, Brigliton' Cotinci, war; recu?ivd at M3bituay's nieeting, stating that the. Couicil ri:s desirots, of tirst constructing New street, .efiore dealing withilhe report. .They stiges ttl that the:cost. shoidl l.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

Telephone 128 Windsor. S? Only Address _I , O: 'Brunning & Sons, BRIGHTON ROAD, ST. >KILDA, NOT MELBOURNE. Established 50 Years. Largest Plant Nurseries in the Com monwealth. 250,000 Plants and 40,000 Roses. Write for New Catalogues (Post Free) The Nurseries are within three minutes of the Rlpponlea Station and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOME HINTS ON BUILDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI T. A unique opportunity presents it sell 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 aplpintments -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 ofl any amount, or the whole, at any time, without extra interest. llans, esti mates free. If you have a deposit, and have land in view, I will buy same, and erect a home on the same terms. In case of illness or unemploy ment, payments a...

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Our Lodges. H.A.C.B.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

Our Lodges. II.A.C.Bl. . At the last mneeling of thei alore Society, heldd at St. daises' school rcom, Brickwoodl street; Ilstcrnwick; Rev. ?l[ C. Gough -in the chair, . a: 'rect interesting lecturce was given ! on ihe Pyramids of. E' lpt, by Major C:ampltel, of M3idle LBrighliton. 'IThe ectturer having :scvedlL througl the Af gha.n iWar (IS7i StI) under Lord. Iob its, incl ding. the march to Kanda Iuir, i"aus ordered to 1E' lt, oil the outbreak' of war ngaginstc Ali i Hey. ie tookl piirt in th-e battle- of Masan taki, the cavnaler charge of inaussaiin, the :itttlik of Te1l-l-hkhir, the pccupih tioni of Cairo 1Jein- severely 'woiln idel he. was left in that city to-i? cover. hils` therIce li-made a elose study of Egypt and . its :wonder.. in :ciding the Pyramids. From the-know ledge tliu acqilired, and Crocn his ?tn a le rsonal observation the lecturer kept his audiienrc intesested Ihy giving themi the various V iews ann opinions. of the 0,gmin and purptoss for which it is lholght t...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

NOTICE TO CORRESPON DENTS. SAll:Sporting Notes intended'for in scrtion inm our 'colunins must'reach us not later than Thursday morning's post, otherwise they cannot be. in serted. hL-- - - - - - -- - -

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ST. PATRICK'S H.A.C.B.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

ST. PATRICK'S ]I.A.OB.S. JiThe quairtlrly metiang of St. 1'at rick's Brulch Il.A.G. .S. w:ill i lieldl noeit Tiesdary, when iaffice-l?i?rers .will bie electedl. Nouii ations are :--'rEn dent, Bro. P. Malane .vicee-presidents, Bros: . . 31laine and It. Cormici.:' Ireas ire. Bro. .. (erj : secretary, ]Bro ID. Ethell : sick visitors, Bros. i'. Malnane and W. Green: trustees, Bros. P.' 1llane and ri'rndera"nst auditors, Bros. J. .Th.nne and -M. Brennan; nedical:oliicers, Drs. JJoyce and ioon an : dclelatit io district frilndly so cieties, Bro. .!. Gear. Thre new members were elected at last meeting.

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ST. KILDA v. SANDRINGHAM. SANDRINGHAM AGAIN VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

SANDnhT URAil'.1M:AGAYINVJTOIti-I vtSanrin'hao J at r' e d to fiddlle Park 'lasf Saturd?,. and .plhied St. Kilda, 'and: by defeatinp ?hoe latter Sandariln hamni' : re :- the' only. team in. thieii division :that have not a defeat 'egistered agiiinst them i The manage mentei have leien' very' fortunate in 'igln'iir on IBiniham, an Englisi goal' keeper,- who by his display last Sat uidny Sloiulid prove a valuable mem lier ,i tx the tea; -Sindringham were •?.preisceit: d lv B in?ghalm, Saunders, II. Canni Woods'; ~L'Kenzie, Auty. W: Cann ':langer:, : Allan, A. Alla., aiirl Andrew. Sandringhain set' '.t ball-nlrolling. Th a lotlihe tl avelled from iVing to wini --thei Aut? seant lout of play1 I'he -throd w-l i e: t Shaits aivay: on tlhe left, hut the cenatre :is got: .rid of bySuadilidere. Cannliwormaedl his: way past Stl: Kilila's hihalves, but hie shot; oikcing sting, snis :soon got rid. of;' off side broight iTrelief, and St. Kihlda pressed hard: and :had i shot; Binig iin .I:r ibogh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

Pharmaceutical - Chemist.. Emlsion of Cod Lifer Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. FOB PULMONARY .AFFEOTIONS, 00008, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. 1I. 6d,. D.,ISPENSING A SPECIALTYa Foster's Famous Remedies: ANTI-CATARRHIAL LOTION "IDNEY MIXTURE POWDER " For the. Relief f Backasche ?n ' certain remedy for- Aecmula- other commonly experienced ;symp. tions in the Throat and Nostrils, tome. 1 .. and; Dost Nasal Secretions. 9/-. BLOOD MIXTURE lP.NIG HAIR IDcESSING NIC HAIR ESSIN For Blotche., Pimples. Boils, &e.;: / An elegant and most effectual pr paration for Strengthening and HEAD 'LOTION " Promoting the Growth of the Hair, and rendering it beautifully - An effectual and cleanly remedy 8oft, Glossy, and Non-oily. 1/-. for destroying I'nrasites..: / ECZEMA OIN'T1 P CET C m IER MIXTURE i A remedy for Skin ComllaintM. MT Although an unrivalled prepare- For Gidldinees, I;ilious headaches tron for the use which its name Ilrowsine?s, and various Sympt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

e QUALITY ButchrK.Morrison BAY ST. BRIHTO aMnt A Butch e*,V« on St. Tel. 227 Brighton. floward Weber, !Painter, PECIAL STOCK = Paperhanger, REASONABLE PRICES/ or General Renovator WALL'PAPER- + -. _ _, `Er V Decorator, ALWAYvs ON HAND. and ALL SUBURIS. Repairer. MILL STREET,- BRiGHTON. Gardeners! WATERTIGIITS. and .BLUCHERS. The Best in Quality menais the Best Wear and the .most Comrht. The Best is Always the Cheapeit., s j.T.MAT1 THEWS. 1oots0 R sER BOOT PALACE.T- Teo E. CHARMAN ROAD, J" TMaI CHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham.. KEEPS TI1E .BEST-GIVE 11131 A TRY. To the General Public of Cheltenham' and District.--Two things worth membering-J. T. ATTIIEWS .' 1.-Has an up-to-date Stock at your doors. 2.-Skiltul 'and Tradesmanlike Repairing a Specialty with him. S4wbury g $harpin Ceýpenters, Builders & General Contractors. All Classes of -I- 1 5 .;++ Atr Alterations Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and In any Btateof the SAe ao r Commonwealth. eee o Executed on - Shortest No...

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Moorabbin Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

Moorabbin - ouncil .The ordnlinary meeting of the MIoo rabliin Shire Council' was held on illoidalj, when the -1recsident (Cr.. Fer disiahdy and Crs. "Scudds, _iaerriott, White;..Kelly;: Brownlield; :L.Elestsin, Smith,Xills, Shields, Small anditur 'gesstattended: : S:: : ;,ARRLOT', J.P. 'The iresident congratulated Cr. alrriott on his eFre;atina .to :.tho: position' of ,Justie. of the' Peace. lie belieed.' that Cr:: Marriott, o?ibuld carry,: oit' his duties satisfactorily and conscientously - C:. Marriott, in respondinig, said that lihe appreciated the remarks of the ipreiident_ very -kindlyi nad n:en tionned that he .would endeavour jto uphold the dignity of the hih :posi tion; .,." . ." SPARKtER'S 'ROAD. STATION: Mr., Snowball'" M.IL.A -:intimated that he he d .seen. the Railways Com missioners regarding . the eestablish nenit of I station ditt Parker's road, hut. thov considered ;that the develop inert 'since the la3t?deputation was not sulicient to enabtle them to re vive tha ma...

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Brighton Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

Briahton council. iThe Mlaor (Cr. Thos. Wilson, J.P'.) presided over a full meeting on -lon day evening, -an unusual ciremustance recently, Ias. at least' one". an'd '-;oiten two -or: three councillorslha*' 'foundd it" inonrvenient to attend;. l: The?Iasnt Wardn miembers are seldom rall thrtee present, _and Cr.` Buirrows n is:the :only North ward represeritative : who 'has not i missed a - single meeting. The MaI or (Cr.: Wilson) "ndt the . Central HWard: d',tuielers vie- will the .:Soiidl Wardtcouncillois in regard ,to :the punctual discharge of their duties ;at the council table? :.:.: - PUBLIC ACCESS .TO THE FORE-. SITORES. T'he Lands .Iepartnient: wrote inifre gard to foreshore . resumption "where private prolperty blocked access *to the .public, a mniatter that ,has:leen contintiodslv"kept under departmental notice' b; the counicil. The deliart ment notilied that-' action was being taken swith a, view to the :resumiption tion' of a strip to .seure it continuods public way) alon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

...............TH E................. F- Elsternwick -FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. S 15 Glen luntly rId, howel S, ,Elsternwick. A Few Doors BE lo E S. & A. IThak. 'We splcialise ir the I o, isir Trade, keep the ver .ret h.,rli.rn able, and will tot i.e unl.lhrao.1. All (;oods kept in Cooling Chies her. Eggs from Cool Districts Fresh Trkice a Week. Choicest ButterI and Cheese from Western Dlistrict Factories. -,Kindly Remnmber This-Whether your Order is Worth' a Shilling _ or a Pound we Deliver it .Promptly -and in a careful hand Up-to-Daite manner. - - W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districts, that he ha Opened a Store at Glen fluntly (Late Blundy), 1 and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, S. and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage is respectively Solicited . GOODS DELIVERED DAILY., STORES-Brighton, Elsternwlck, Balaclava and lenHuuntly. W. H. NIGROLSON, Grocer, Wine & Spirit Merchants 'phone 6 Brig...

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SANDRINGHAM v. MELROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 23 May 1914

Tlhis itbatcih w ni pliay3l on the tri anngle lfaiinpton, nnd drew a liarge umlnbel.~e f Bspectators. Who witnessed a li?? -:?ame. Sandlringhawn played muclh better footlall than thleir up :poill-nts, and oute?lassel then,i tlhrou?._h out the gaue, their high miaring ul nd dashing ..2ýi) being good. The final scoreq swere Saondrin'iuxo13 1 :9 (S7 . oints). -3rerose '1 11 (3.,points). Thie==andirin'1iai forwanru hand a" Imisy;' 'tino the, goalkickers being D. Beihr (4)Ji? Fricks (3), A. Clnrkn(3).. Johnston, (0) nod, Qonn. - tjpire 'iioralj in'' as not. s to his - usnal fioi missing~ cnriols birenches ini the Hiles:.`; :--

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