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FUNCTION OF THE APPENDIX. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

FUNCTION 1' T'i E' P ,''1N1) IX. It has anl\avy blii a qlu>tlion itdu thor the appenldix it of anl uie aet 1ll, but I)r. Editnd l' crrier has inti told the 'Frenclllh Aea('(de.i of S(cience( . that the appendix xciti, the aLetivity of the intestine., .and thus aids the futne tions of dligestio n and exeretiol, aldl ho says that it should not be reuii,ved except in eases of absolute nece s.ity. After experimenting (;n aninlals, twith their appendices removed as in huLmani baings, Dr. Perrier discovered that th11 secretions of the gland had a strong effect on the intestinal muschles, att, unikos a strong plea that the Academyv should suggest to French surgleon that thly cease from performintg a uendli. operationls for tnllt Ibut urgen?t reaLio.ll.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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B Section. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

it, Patn', 133 ani two for 5 (Urawley 39, .cCure ;; obinsonlt three for 36, W('attlt tou.1 lot .C., Stotalitig two tot 2? I11lattig two for i., befit oluolleo 1olntlds .Mlthouist, 4)J and DB(l ; ajt\'Lsoil 11, E'. 'L?r.at|Ian 16, J'l'eIt ?, I; Jihttlltorl olIhtIL or 3o, ioinlllolld trlllu~ for 24, aul?bttrn twO or 27, 'l'atnle three 1to 51. Es~so dot Christ Churoch, 23 and olght 'or .?3 ,. .ilin.~J, Heowitt 12; PetIs llvo for 16, Collier threo for 26, WV., Oieal two tor 10, ot\ewarlt two for 23:, oheat 'sseOlldoll Baptist 16 and 9 (\f, Cheal 23 not out, Stowart 11. .tt?i?alf Id; L'laill tol tor 3, P. Tilley o(lgi tor 13, lHewitt ono for t5). IMooete Potdh West Metbodist 146 (J. 5Mattslieldtl 35, ,. Scott 28, S. iDuoanll 30, J. Hlarvey 14 niot Out; 8tool four for 31, 'I'lcol;tl twtV for 29, StevensB two for 24,, boat .Mootee I'ontdt Baptist, 30 anid 33 (8teelo so niltt 13, P. HweotLlan, so,, n . lix for 21, J, Manalleld live for 11.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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FLEMINGTON AND KENSINGTON PRESBYTERIAN V. ASCOT VALE CONGREGATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

F'IIE.MI1NTON AND KENSINtITON PRES HITERIAN V. ASCOT VALE CONiltE GATIONAL. This match was continued on Saturday !;iSt in tile presence of it large number of elthliusiatic spectators, At the close of the first day's plty, Floem, and Ken. PitsbyS. iad scored 156 whilst tile Congs lhad lost elght wickets for 81, Iesuming on Snatr. days, only 16 runs were added before tie hast wicket. fell, and thel.total reached 97. Fleui. and Ken. Presbys had thus a good lund of 69 runs when they colnlenced tlliir second innings. A. Tophaml and A. Mcl'ad yen oDoned to the bowling of Drlyson and Ilayeo. Both batsmen were cautious, but with the score it 11, MoFudyeun was caughtI it leg oil' lHuyes. 1-4-11. J. Easton, thie hero of the first lnninigs, was next,, but 11had only conlenced wln w ah e s bowled with a good ball f-'ons Hayes. 2-4-26. D, Fenl ton followed, but with only one run added to the score, A Tophlam was beautifully e:ligt andl bowled by lfayos. 3-9--7. A. Iauinilto joined 1). Feiaton, w...

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Position of Clubs at end of tenth round. "A" Section [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

Position of Clubs at and of tenth round. "A" Section Clubs Won Lost Drawn Pts; A. V. Congregational 9 1 24 A. V. Church of Christ 8 2 17 F. and K. Presbyterian 8 2 17 M. P, Methodist 6 4 6 Maribyr'g Presbyterlan .6 4 6 Kensington Methodist 5 5 0 Nth. Ess. Methodist 3 7 -11 Sth. Ess. Methodist 4 6 -11 A. V. Methodist 2 8 -17 "B" Section Clubs Won Lost Tied Points St. Paul's 10 0 28 M. P. P. W. Methodist 8 2 18 Flemington Methodist A 8 2 18 Essendon Christ Church 7 8 - 12 A. V. Congregational 5 6 0 Moonco Ponds Methodist 5 5 0 Flemington Methodist B 3 7 -15 lssendon Baptist 2 8 -18 Mar. Presbytorian 2 8 -18 Moonee Ponds Baptist 1 9 -24

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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ESSENDON POLICE COURT Monday, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

!S l3O POLICE 0cou0 rr, 1lliflr c lui 11D. Miirtill .rh llirlll.l, 1'I. Silm . n, l ">r. W , il I 'l>, Ja.nd irc' .

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Debt Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

D e I ( , k 'I'. l, I IJI?lihty \ -. ' . N;l \, . -t il- ' r hi o I -CII I L' co 1it I I I for C' iI : int \lth t I t i- c' -t , P, litclI t h ill Hitll llt - 11,r . " ,hW i , ilg I JJ. ,k i . I,kl . ri l. 'i r.itll v c 'l i i tl r 14 l 1 rdit \ 11 t i bt, : Lt lt lullk t I- I ' it (l m it Uit d ) rT N\J'L> co t+ll tl I....' l ' +"'l ll l 3: ) |

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Light-Weight Fish. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

Lig;|t- i V,' i; Iht FiII. t kid to , \;? vI Iht I tilC wit i hi tvi) II 'r Sl ti t libll III ill IU It 'oil ll C t l I to lie' provistmi.? tit the Fiihor t-. AIIt. DIN)AfI(A'n IL d l) e?i d Vuilt'y. tilt it:IIu tilt b l IIi l, ut that lie l i w , il the NM triby r tllull It, o 31oAl Jaelliall ). ' "O (iL'1( itd;mit klo tl h i iio r ' fiShi ig. i e !iitlla t ]Ii l l i li i .'( it?illiln g L O lilti Ide !Ilux( Ii.nl l r l . ill ('o s ;n,'-i).u I oln Dnl il(L 2iit iketdiu it tht'. col'tabol e'. 'ital.' h1tld bitwil t e?. t hi the ill?iwetor of x'wight' ; i1t1( uile rIlle'4s, The Nvitlies:. replied that th y hiid |)ilII te ttd t ) yN O r, ;t!,), li, %,ert a so tutt'l th + il oviin)t g?. ViniIe 112, OL !c ill lit-i1', tillle to 11f tY %VIIS allowed.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Debt Claims. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

lI~t tlaii I Iht 6td. Order tlr jnaoulit w ithl 2n 6d cosda. Jtliucti V. - - luk -oih e fiult 6! :10 \\·illr 10s 611 c~osta. ''Old C:iaptaii [ iirwl is one of thi uwst w, ill( lol'ul ]11(!11 to hill to jliillsolf Itiat 1 1leav vc. t iwiast with," iaid Spif ort. "1In soiit miltlo of is yTurns so ofteit thnt t o acualy ii Re d ieihves thenti Iiitaiaah.'' "'Iien lies tike the Ataturi (liii hoaiol sasnko," alit ited ill Sipoffait I"aaiita thnitsaid Siuilfer. "Why, hl .swtallowas his 1(61 tute,;' itnswered Spof for

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ESSENDON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

ESSENDON PROGRESSi ASSOCIATION ANN .:AL Ml:TING. The anliual inuctilng of the Essendot lPro gros -Aseociatiou was held in the Essell don Publi Hall ti Monllday eveninf:, '2d March. There was a large attendance, in ahtding repreresntatives froe l the Mooneo LPonds and Aborfoldie People's Association and .from Keiller. Thee president, Mr. ', Yott, occupied 'the chair, anlld exteolded a welcome to the visiting delegates. Correspondence. A letter was. received froln the M' oonce Ponds and Aberfoldio Association, asking theit to attend mneeting at the tpwn hall, on 2ath February, This had been done. T'io town elerk wrote stating that tleo roots.of street trees in lthistle street were being attendeando, and that the ilnprove ments at the Essendou cricket ground would receive atteltion. The town ceork also wrote two letters as .regards the abolition of the local croes lilgs, the latter of which carried a letter fronl the Railway Department to the ell'ect that surveys were being nade, but t...

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NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

NOTES BY THE WAY --4----- Ily " t tr!l)ver." Judge EIaglesoll has Ibeen ladlling out retrihution at the hlist. ( eiral Sessions to those pri,' 1t', ct' vi-"t' t before him , nld hlilts II)) a mi Mutt -hot ndl hIlea\y' on stl oft t Wiii. li, availed hijiili of thle p w\\'t'e? ('0 lli' '1n1l1 on hillt Illntler t?l' I determ'lll inate( Son tllt'e t' Ac('t p) t'iLty extonsi\lly, al sn, e0 1 o l thle dealt with by h im will lindt it a loiig tiue b before ith,0 astand uut.ide of, a gaol wall again. Alugistrate, halve polnie under thills Act, as well as thile jutlds, but they do not seell to oxercise them very often. It corlainly is nIo use play itig with a u1l 0\i Ito has given evidence time and again, that he only lives to rpoy on the colnUttuity), land would rai thor rejoice mlor in the possession of five slillings that he had stolen than a pound hie had honestly earned. --®-®-®- The butcher's strike which at one tinme threatoed tl s liehas coe to nouglht, but we are to pay lmore for ou...

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HENLEY ON THE MARIBYRNONG EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

HENLEY O Tll HE MARIl 3ViTOh'O 't'he ex tcuiti\v \thicih ca\Frie d 0L t 11lt' Lt (m11l 11hl' l 'y till t le > l.ui"i rV lll' l , IIlut' l tile .:,=cdillolt l It\\ hall nll 'fl']ule> v 'VoIIIII g. 'Therel' WASt IIIl attl' nt'ld , \l it ili the 1t\' r, (: .1 F. tllendert'l, l , (I're u icn Abe n the f tee a' li'lt2I iii tll ,t , cu illnltht e' :,t'l illnt olt li t jll tl;It lai' tick Its it l atlltll J. ity, t'rl ptt d hiat i , .. E l.ati t.ortd I IIllet iOll, C .t tite . \li oet)'lll d' ki lb btll it'itll t i. d ti ttoreeud to. Ml' su. ('otl ll, t o f the A lttcct. l,' ('ll tt, l'pottr'td hat th total upreet'its by I 'e nett proli, of A l0 lJs 6d. Everythind g Ii\\ catila t of te ri Cr. II nileao. Taid tllat Litet Angleti' Club, ed by Tout had Colso?e, haird cltrri ld it their duties in till exot lletlt alitl l .e . l t lth wereport arrit adopted, and a TotlltiItl thltu the .uttglord' Cltub be thanked \\a, agreed to. Result of the Concerts. This matter was brought up by the - r...

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CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

CONCERt A unlqunconcert was held il thle 'ue?l' street hall, ot Weldttesday evenitng, Feb luItty 25th, when tile Willitpastown i\vtels choir, assisted by Welshl trientid Iroui vail ous suburbs, pIoviled ia very inltereti. and eoljoyable Olltertltillllltt ill the inter ests of theo Mootnee Pol;ds Methludlit Yougi ien's Club.. In the atbseince if the R1ev. H. T. Cox, the chair was t;akteln b \ r. N\. 1. Little, who proved to be asi elliiicilntiii .elnial cltairlau.l l Thero were iahout ict tormor' in all, and the qtaint W\eli co tlues worn by several iperl'oer.r ;addtIe considorable interest to the Il'progrilamllilit wlhih was brim flull ol wellt-chleic cloct tionary and musical items. '['llv lfeatll~ of the ovelillg ,wat e renll ring of the choral items by the full choir. "Love Divine," to the lpopuilar Wecl-ll tillte "llyfrydolt" alt "Jesu, Lover i1f My Nuul," to a sp1cial W\\ elh settir., tt. " r. ticulhrly well reldored, l \\a t t ,tl?( hymnIttts sullng inll Welds. 'ltie e1 m i'll...

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DRAINAGE LIABILITY ESSENDON COUNCIL'S LAWSUIT COUNCIL'S APPEAL DISMISSED [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

DRAINAGE LIABILITV ---- +--- - ESlE'NDON COtNCII,'xl IL.\1Vl-'IT COUNIlb,'c APPI'EAI, 11)l"-.DiS?s D I1 the i high i o rtl oiil Moida [ y, IK'l3 3i3nII 323' i 3I1U 3: c'i1V3I 1h't 3233i'1~ itii 113?ll. ii l 331 :l3\''l, ,i3ainl i t it 1 22 .Jli tlt' lhi d3 1, , (Ie S1 tat' ipl ottl e . lth it li;. P allllll i Ill thiil t'i wlu \ Eni? l llle . I all le;w]t ity'll /')', D Iv Il11· 11.:'d 33323111' 'l~ili 333 1 )1 '1 ;(.:1 11 31111 333. l I ' l 1 3 Ico ii ll 't , Ihi li uti 1 - i ll, 111ii l l1 3f3? W fo cl'? lihblle d ll i' illi3 !i aI tl q u l y o fI d i n I jll ' il I t rll l l -lU n te u d I .y : ith e cI3' i31 , ii lhli d 3 cso31 l o13' 3 t ll3?3t'l1 t . I ly 331 -ii' ll , j lj - nii t ii i h' i 'lli'l t 1i ' 3i 1 i3 Ui' 11i3310I 1.i Ii 311 3333.32333 331 i 13'3 '33 t Jic11 '3,3' ciii , ix l i i ng lliii lii ci i [l.i' hll ui' i 'i t tilI ii l l"21111 31 1 3,11 1 333' ' 3,Lilll ih 3l ofd tile .'Pl u ntnultala a \\l lh Iitix i )Ctill Cc. ilt 1 ' ill IIy 3 lil i, iI ilch Iti rll .y1...

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PANAMA-PACIFIC EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

PANAMA-PAGIFIC EXHIBITION ThIIe world's lirs! indoor acroplane ]light was ttuldo by Lincolnl Biltchy, the famous "upside down" aerial expert, in the Palace ot Machinery at the PanatuaPacillc Inter national Exposition to be held in dan' IFrancisco in 1915. Starting at one owl of the Machinery Palace, which is the largest frame structqre in the world, bilng ap proximhtely 1000ft lohg, 400ft wide0 antt 35t In height, Beachy rose in the air to height of forty feet and actually flew distance of 300ft. When one hundred and forty feet from the opposite end of the building he came to the ground and tried to atOll his machine, but he crashed throtgh a heavy cloth barrier and ran into the, end of the building, damaging his ueoo the, though sustaining no serious inl juries. The aeroplane was equilped with a one hundred horse power dagine and re. qulretl a speed of sixty miles an llour when running ltlraltllel to the earth. S!orlul before this exploit Beachy made a tbwi't vortical drop from a p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

Make. a Note of this! Genuine R~eductions in all Departmernts Watch our Windows 32I''S1 PUOE'l' S1'~T . N rW, i 1H3fOPONEE. ZOPIODSN r 1{ £1 NOT L LAD bi'H: ol EL I 1 M : 1r N ; hU. E.M IIlNH t {OIIION O LI 5ND L 1' HER'. L AN ND CAVE' (IME AN11 01 MO EAY. lJI ot --"~ -· C)PG' F _` LIco ou' Utri t S ,i e b u ih A C ,o p al r la t M 1UN1 11:1:AI ALEX/ TIME RAND, MOEY.E D unde H! ' lllYo 011wrnlenien e of 1'n. M one , it reg dont of 7 ye r, sl dar t !II ,lJi:iivi abound2itI MAIICIL OPPUNI. No bes do r. I I I~nI trw brick pL in iw A~fd~o n up t Itc Ilit otl J i i Priviiu Add rot: LINCOLN LIDAJ), ENSSENJON'. xxxxxxxa uxxXXXXXXXXXXX r f." fii t if\i ii - ;. ti"L (i H i' -I - III (.liiI-ijA.II Cf I J i (JIIIly t "-I '~ -',-'-~i1\ y16' Lccausc It 1e 1,l tu u save I i~f,". ri:`T . -J111011i (ill Y(CII (111255 101t 1'i, 2K 1~tý' Il:edý . (4 YO ~lU all1, I) tV-Iy ..uilIh ,ll b "".. 1 i1~ 0 Sive 41011 5 IVcI) thiii Is t-. r "u MIuch) lower w- iat"ý Iv" . \_ýý 1I III~c thani LICIJCI if.-lr (It ...

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"FOOTSCRAY ADVERTISER A DESTRUCTOR. CR. JOHNSON SUGGESTS MAKING PROVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

"FOOTOSCl AY ADVERTISER A DESTRUCTOR., CR. JOHNSON SUGGESTS MANINO PROVISION. At Monday's meeting of the Footsoray Council, Cr. Johnson suggested that the enllgineer be instructled to ascertain- the oast of a two, three or four-coll destructor, It coultl be rn in connection with the cie eotrio light scheme. Ili thought it bet. tor to have a scheme of the ilr ownl than one it conjulnction with Williamnstown, as tho cost of cartage to a point suitable to that lunioipnality.probiallly Stony Creek-would be prohibtive. 1[ it wore decided to oh. talt a destructor, then it should he in a position where they could levellttually erect ta power houlse. Ilt was distincitly in.fa. for of having a destrucltor of thleir own. Cr, Jenkins remarked that a plant1 sullit able to their requirementlls was at work in a- suburb of Sydney, and the cost was froln £3000 to £4000. Some time ago lie had suggested that a sinlll of £1000 per annumllI be cltr-llarlked for the purposo of llurohllaS . Ing R-destruc...

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"FOOTSCRAY INDEPENDENT" SEDDON PICTURE CO. TO BE WOUND UP SHAREHOLDERS INDIGNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

"FOOTSCIIAY INDEPENDENT " SEDDON PIOTURE CO. TO BE WOUND' UP SIARBEu OLDERS INDIUNANT. A stormry meoting of - i"le hsreololdlor in tihl Seddon Pioturt Co;:: iat?rold in the t ooliatO'ae 'liuttttuteo ' P-otu Vry 'of ta.t week4 when a Rgood deal of recrimination was citnulged itn as to thle way affaire hadI . been nanagetl,c - Mr. T. Stel hul Kelly, managing director, intllltated haat the ditty of tlle new tdirec tors would he plurely fornal-simply to formn a qtoutlrtu anld help to Ipas a resoln tion tq win( up tile coulltally. Mosews. 1 pearno, W\Vugli atn Dee acceptdd nomillnatlion under these conditions. ltand woro unallllitously electedl ad iMr. T. Ste. pition Kelly thenll itado i stateoent of the tposition. They had acquiredi th Napier -''treeot gardeuns, pictures with plant, for wicO tlheoy had tlpaid £t ill Cash, of which --to vendor, aMr. 1 Walshi had returned X100 in cash, They had also paid £50 in rent for the place, and thell fountd that thoe etertainuents cottld only be ri...

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OUR CONTEMPORARIES MUNICIPAL AG[?]ESSION VERSUS BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. ADVERTISING HOARDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

OUR CONTEMPORARIES .+ MUNICIPAI, .\?G'.E8ION VERSUS BUSINESS ENTElPIIII SE. ADVER'TIrSINGT IIOAIRDINauS. FROM "RIUIIMOND AUS'TRAIAN." A depuotlon of btsitEs tiene ?d others inteoretod in horlotldinlg advertisemlenl, watoed on the Minister of .Public Works (aon Wednesday of last week to protest against the recent by-law passed by the Council the restrictive nature of whioh it was held rendered hoarding tIadvertising almost pro hlibitive. The Mayor (Cr. Webber) and Cr. (Iloadell attended to watch proceedings in the interoests of the Council, At the sng gestlon of the Minister it was decided to arralge a colfeorence between the elombors of the deputntion and the Council

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

BUlSTIN.i .UP TPIIE MAYOR'S ALLOW ANOE. - A IUSELESS EXPENDITURE. The following letter to the "Richmond Autralian" olxplains itself: "T'ilhe iannouncement in your last Issue that the Mayor is giving 5000 free fares to ltampton for the school children somlowhat conies s a surprise to every llichllloind resident. It has always been the cont plaintll of the LaUbor Party that-.freo Christ suss dinners, free trips for neowsboys, andl charity doles oni Isolated days of the year, do not really touch the root of the evil, but maorsly advertise the person who provides it, whlo iay, or myr Ilnot, rog iheo votes for Parlianlolll, Council, etc. Onn the occas ton of the recent carpeting of the Mayor before the Counlcil about the King 's hbalth, one of the Labor councillors spoke against a tecuhnical school beipg established in tiechtl itii, beaus hlie said that it wits ab. surd to spsend money on it technicalsechool when nearly every infante' school in Rich. mod -.was deplorably inadequate. And ...

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"BRUNSWICK AND COBURG LEADER." A COUNCILLOR'S DUTY. To the Editor of the "Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 March 1914

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