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SIMPLE RULES FOR PEDESTRIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
SIM\PLE RULES FJOR PEI)ES TRIANS .\ few simple rules by which .motor ists aind pedestrians can safely avoid ,;ih other:- 1. At the intersection of two the roIulhfil es, should four motor ears he clo ing for you at once, the best thing to do is to go to the pantomine and tldtlv the meuthods of "The 'Three Ituhois,' and do just what they do, and you will be safe. 2. Never try to dodge the following all at one time:--(a) Timber waggon, (h) pipe dray, (c) brick lorry, (d) hllaclk .Maria, (e) steam roller, (f) tramucar, (g) traveller's biggy,, (h) St. John ambu lance waggon. The last pedestrian who tried got as far as (o), and then r'e quired (h) in a hurry. 3. Should a motor car be approach tug you at. 50 miles an hour, and there is no way of escape on either side, take a flying leap on to the bonnet. To do tdiis gracefully requires continual prac tico, and there is plenty to be had in the city streets, -1. Learn by heart all the various no to' horn' noises, so that wheni you ar knocked...
OUR FREE SELECTION A POET'S VISION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
OUR FREE SELECTION A POLI,'S VISION. Voices, confused andl fitint, a rie, Troubling their hieart. from l':st ait WVet. A doubtful light is in their skies, A gleam thlt m\ill not let theoa rest: The ditwo, the dawn is on the wing, ''hle stir of choagi on eveary side, 'nsigon lled as the approach of ~pring, livilciiblo as thie hIawthorll-tide. --Alfred Noyes, in the "\Wine Press." ~-- ~cc
Coachsmith, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
Coach?snith, oto. Attention is called to the advertisement of W. Moolney and Co., coachl miths, whleel wrights, etc., who hIave boughlt ia largo blocut ol land in Mt. Alexandler rotad, Essen don, previously occupied by Mr. Mick Maid den. They are building an up-to-date brick sllop and atre intallimg a modern plant. Rtepalirl, paillting, trimmuing, etc., are un dertaken. Mr. Mooney has been a resident tf tlhe district for the past seventeell year:. anld is a well-klnown and caipable t ulae man.
Cornwell and Co.'s Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
--W--U - Cornwell aud Co.'s Auction Salu. l??asrC . Co?rIwell and Co. Pty. tAd. will well, through their auctioneer (Mr. II. W. Sinclair), on Tuesday, 10th March, at 11 a.m., on the ,reullss, "Klidlook," Bt. un tnord street, ,se ndotl, houlsehold furniture, comlrising hasndosome piano, costly orgalt sideboard, pholnograjlh, bedlroom furlniture, pictures etc. etc. Furniture on view Hut urday, larci 7th. Lurther particulars lrom the auctioneer.
Aberfeldie Heights. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
A-ie'r felie Heighte. Several lirivato investors have built mod ern villa residences on tiho Aberfeldie es tate during the past few months, mostly in Comnberauero street and St. Kinnord street, Now that an additional three acres of land. had been secured for the High cehool, set tlominent must~ go on rapidly at Aborfelhiie whlih is kslenl.on's salubriouis iLty spot Mr. Tucker, tho elu',getiv bnlidri from Footscray, has just cosmpleted two chllria ing villas, which arc built 'on up-to-date vriunciples: These villas arc for sale ou easy terms, and are ftted tlhroughout with gas. The water supply. is all that uouin ttrw desired, Mhr. Tucker haviug laid down a 6in main.
Flemington A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
Plemiington AWY.A. At tile ,neetihg of Flemington lIbrniie;. A.W.A., on Feb. 23rd, tilm presidelt, M1iss Uurdon, presided over a good attendailce of ollicera and members. Ono new clear alnce uleluber was received. Great futeresc was taken in tle business sieest for tie coiference. Also the motor picnlic for the tollowing uSturday; and members , and trlendi are lookintg forward to a good time at tlle Neomarleet Picture T''eati 'e, T'll syllabus item wis a demonstration o4 nirst aid by Mr. Ifarris aiid tssitants, which proved- very interesting :Alul infrluctivo. Light refre?ilments conohluded a very pleias ant eveniug. ,
Brunswick Council. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
Uruuswbtlt Council. hiie llrunlbwlch Council has deoided to ill. [ujic[ tiltu prprieupttori' 0l bottle wuito5 iii ll d lly -trect east tli it tlh nilsiance c00l.01 by olIlltli it, lilA abalte withinc a triontlll legal 1troc~eedingy will be takenel Itl I[iitlers ill ptuneotliici withl [liI Ie len-d ijun of thle eicttric lighltIing oe, ellcri.
Coburg Council Election. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
t'obui g Council Election. 'IJw I(UinatiouI wore received for thu I t\aratlijiry vacancy lin the Coburg Coti. cil caed by the appointment of CJounejilor 1. 1)', 1 wi6lduot to theo cehairruanehip of ic 11 1aisNa n and CUourg. 'Vramway Trust, I'lie can mdidtes, ace--Wil am Slpence MlcAI mme, Tineam Reynoida (tabourl. T'he elec tion will Wahi. place on__March 12.
Moonee Ponds Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
tMoonee Ponds Theatre. For to.night at this popular theatre a cuumplete change of programme is all nountced. The star pictures will be-The In1 iadcr~ and When Shall We Three Meet Again, and there will alc be other good pictures on vieo blio interest in the tiecatr e1I ilIl, and thle attendanco upi to t t ipatinees are held ou iaturday5 a teildays, and the orchesara will play selections every Saturzday evening at 7,4).
FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
FITZROY. First Innings ... ... ... ... ... ..... . 184 E8SENDON. First hnnings. (tirlnislsa v, ., e. h \\'heele, I" . ..... 7 ulonnic, It., i , M e orton hi ... ... ... ... Mloir J,, \ h le . ............. . 0 M' ikle Ii., u, b . "he ,ler.,. ,.. ........ 3 1 ]orsytIl, I1., b Merton, ........... S eUicron, A, A, tU MI elonald ... .. 1.. 3 lienate, C., h Merton, l.. . 11 W\'thiteltaw, C., b lel)ua l ............ Ihailey, A., l, h \B clr, V. ......... Itrnc, A., e, b Wheeler, 1. ... Thomas, ti., not out ... ... ... ... ... Sunldriesl ................. .. ...... 11 T otal ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 77 eoned Innings. \ Blruc, A., b aMorton, . ... .... ... ... tJ hlomas, (1 c, b Mletoni , .. 1 tially, A., b Morton L .... .... Whitelaw, C., b Morton, R............. 0 Ilonnio , U., not out ......... ..... ... 4 S~ ndLries .... ... .. . ... ... . 1 Four ylkliots for ......... .....: 50 Tlowlji g.--lorton L, 5 for 2~ Morton, r., 2 for 1 Vhooler, P., , for 48, McDonald, 2 for i," SNIO...
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHURCHES. A Section. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
ESSENDON AND FLEMINu'1G NS CHUAII][ES. A Section. Fleminigton nod Keoollngtol P 'rchy terjlt 156 and Ilvo for 122 (dtclared) r J . EaIstonl o.,, C. Mo1ladyvo 20 nod 46, A. lamitini1:1i dIa 2J not 001t, A. .M"'I'ad34211 211, 1). Ielltnl It. [[ay's six or 119. Jlraysoo lve o 3 Williamse two for 24, dm1111l one for I Parriis lUIS forI 25m bea;t A'CIIIl Vo;lt, ('ol.r gatioijalr 97 and tlit tol 39 II. )lacys' ;J OI 19 11 :.a tllodintiall t h ' ot 1 47 [ndIl yU for 17 (it.'(IU(d\ertau1 1, W. 1Ir i. 11; Ql1 I(I:e i\. jot .12, tlarht three tar 11., be at AIr. l911lytc 19 latboilh 011 Ila ul 36 tlllchl luli Auilatl 13 Ills leol 311111 1 o1 11 , C119195 ltwollt 11011,10 31 Ilulihi113 b' 111111 sIelbolIu.
ESSENDON CLUB XI. V. KEW. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
ESSENDON CLUB XI. V, KEW,. This inatcih wts played on the prettily situated oval at theo Kew Asylul grounds oil a turf wilket that was rather tricky at tile opening., Essendon, winning tle toss,- sent dMclicholl niud Tludehoplo to the wickets and despito son0e good bowlling by Crouch and O'Urien, llho score mounlted to 24, before Tdtlilopuo wtas bowled itl all en duavour to pull a fast straight one. oHe had mnado 10. Sielton soon followed, beinhl clugiht oil tle gougly howler, and Biromt field who was next, hiit luckily for 22 be fore miteeting with the, ianmo fate; Ctlptailn 10oo. O't.rielt itIrtIIUred MoNiUhIol, who looked lille maklng inlothler higl score, when ai accurate return froml tih outtleld jkat beat lhimt to Ilis crease, and lie went pit vilionwards with .9 to his credit. O'Bren 16 and Lowo 10 wore the only others to make nny stand, and the inings closed for 108 (two nion short, The Kew telin possesses somett first-olass batsmnel, nndt as they wofo well acquaited withl t...
SCOTTISH CRICKET. FITZROY V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
- tt. "Outtac~ h Ctaici~(jsludl Pnjiii~i ii, anti WaI1 ilrl,\l. Flcoy lt 11'\ lit u -ii ii'(111(11.j)';I\11 Notll Ythat i~ii lii' \iiitnL' .~iil i . 11. tut utlc. rliii I ii 1.· iii1"1 11~ I n i'mit Iii!: J wjnhcii-'t tim Ili(i li Iii' Il.i~'l' in~ 1I iiin la slaral -u tin't l pi-i''.m i' ~iio Ivtiittl'hi nuti't 11oct01n, wiiu.nl styin 'it jiii Iimichitig' tint;~ 01 uil Wult Itti cltai i ll .ii'pcil n ''h
CRICKET. ESSENDON V. PRAHRAN. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
- CRICKET -+ SSNDOSSEN PQN. J. Russell, i Rogers ...... . 53 W. Liston, lbw b Lilley ...... ;., ... 8 E. P. Kennedy, st Carkeok b Lilley 4d U. Ryan, o Carkeek h Bowden ...... 2 Fi. Hannta. Carnloy h Blowlden .. ... 13 O.W. Urillitlsj, Ilow,?den ............... 51 H. Tratlnha, a ilowden b Sohraoder 8 T. :Macartney, not out t .. .... 13, A. Pittman, a IHealy b Bowdon ... . 2 J. Binnoy, b Upton .......... 3. L. Mahion, b Upton ..... ......... 2 Sundries ............. ......... 12 Total .. . ........... ... ...215 Bowling.-Upton two for 2, Bowden four for 29, Rogers ono for 32, [illoy two for 74, 6eohraedor one for 34, PRAIIRAN. First Innings. S. Cnsdin, not out ................ 37 P-. Oarnoy, not out ................ 6 Extra ........... ......... ...... 1 No wicktets for ......... ..... 44
SECOND ELEVENS. ESSENDON V. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
SCONUD ELIEVENSNd. ESSENDON V. PRAIBRAN. This match was colmenced on the Essen. don cricket ground last Saturday. Pralntan won the toss and taking adlvantage ol a good. last wicket decided to bat, sending Martin and Rush to the wickets, opposed to the bowling of Wheatley and (hellew. Rush did not stay long, being Olonn bowled by Obhollew. Martin soon followed his clulb abate to the iavilion, being easily oaught by lindell off the bowling of Wheotrey, I'lowman came to the rescue of PraFranu, anngave a really brilliant display of bat. fang, and -was not disposed of until lie malntoe 67, when Wiheatley, wleo was bowling in his best form, dismissed hint with it puzzling ball. Flewellyn, lealy, Christie, and Teague, only added 13 runs to Ihle score, buit 1awliins 124 not outll and lorliley (1'? giave soue troiule. Jullor Illlalte it lnelty eight, wi'hen lie va il run out. 'ille score rI'aclleld 1039 rnlls, o. \ivlt I t l ? , aLi for ,;i ndries. Wheatley olltained 5 w\iIllits lor 1 tru ll...
TREATING AN OLD SORE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914
TREATING .N OLD,) SOURE. It sometimes happens that fromi burns or wounds of various kinds a raw sore is left. This goes on, week after week, and perhaps months with a raw, granulated surface, that sloiws no dis position to heal. A great many rent edies have been tried for such a sore. The treatment in such a case is as fol lows:-Sprinkle the sore freely with powdered boric acit. The hIorie acid should be finely powdered. Be sure that it is fresh. and well pIulveris ed. Sprinkle it well over the raw sur face. Put plenty on. Lay carefully on the boric acid a thin rubber tissue. The rubber tissue shlould be allowed to overlap the sore fortw half aun inch ton all sides, and shouitl I?e fa;tened at the edges by adht,,ivo p~last?r. Over this should he uit alb, whent cotton, and thent at nug, Supp'orting ldtlag wrap ped arounld the \ I?lte. 'Tlhi. hu(,ul u le allo'wed to reiaii one witek. tui le[ it produces itin or the-r d(i- eonftrt, when it should hi taken toff, crefutllx cleansed with ...