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Wandering Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

Wan: ~V'tidering Stock. enry ýUttwln Lyon v. John AIjriU,, cow, fined 58aofitU4 6d costsS; Ethel Droni, cow, be and 2s 6d e QUeVld White, 4 cows, 5s ao~elh iand Zs fd costs.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ESSENDON V. PRAHRAN. SECOND ELEVENS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

'ESSENDON V. PIAHnrAN. SECOND ELEVENS This mnatoh was resumetd on the Essell don ground on dattlurny, al1 reasulwtt itn a stralgillt.Oti victory hlor trahran by '14 rtns. Praliranl uonllned tllolr' sccoluw innings on it good wielO, tiavilig lost oiu wicket for UI rullns th prlvious 8atulrd.,Y. 'jhe not out mlen, Torinoy anld Uhristie, -rosuitoa, opposed to til uowllilg ot Iimi dell and WVluiattOy. l'orlliey, lowover, -uil not last long, being wull oauglit iy Ijlli . doll in tole lips, o0il iileatiuOy. His palt nor soon followed lhim., ubLllg bowleid b) Whleatley, liaving mandob . rllns, Martin, thie next batnsmall, phlyed ai ball oil WNloatley on- to nis wvicales bero n11 Ilai. scored, Tlho hftll lal iin, Plow ini, looiv ell liKC mUKling a astal, wliln lit \\as llloaly clisillt hibuld tile wliciets hy. iLtyoi off tlndelT, At thlls stige thllliigs 0lii"i very Ulnit for i"ranirau, \ wicliltts lallll for 4. llowveor, tushl jItlind liora, a11,t Stile pair- brouhtli tile iscol'n to 93, \...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL SATURDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

KEILOFl SHIRE COUNCIL SATUltI)AY, M ARCHI 7. Presentl Cirs. While (president), Part, Coleman, Blutletior, Fox and iStenson. Motor Sertvice. Essnton and Keilor. W. Yot.t applied for the use of the shire Itall for purposes of arranglig a road transporit service between Ketlor and Es. sendon. Decided that the use of the hall be granted.-0arried. Air. Yott waited on tiole nouncil and laid tile matter of lproviding a road mo(tor ser vice between Essendon and Kellor. lie recounted his Interviews at Moonee Ponds anld Esseindon with tihe Progress Aseocia ti1ns. The Essandon Progress Aecociation had been keenly appreciative anld showed themselveas vitally interestetd. They had ipromulised all tihe support they could give. Hle tad asked them for surgestiollns. The Esselndon folk had suggested that a turni off be made to take tralle to the Esasen. don Iligh Schlool. Ailotllher suggestion wits that Keilor township should be beautietld ,o al1 to makeL it anl alttractive pleasurei' resort. Anloth...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

J'. BSUTTON CASH BUTCHER 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS BEST QUALITY OF GOOD8. PRICES GUBARANTEED Id PER LB BELOW ANY OTHERB BUTCHER. BREAD DELIVERED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICOT. ALL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERATION A. M LES BAKER, PASTRYGOOK, &C. 6 NAPIER 8 Tr1CT , iESSLNDON WHEATEN MEAL RthEAI) A SPl.OlMl'1Tl. PItNIO.. SOCIALS SPECIALLY c.A 1L1lFD FOI. YOUR IATISONALE RESPO'EC1'FTIULY SOLIOITED. E.SCHAFER MANUFACTURING JEWELLER 126 PUCKLE STREET MOONEE PONDS Watch and Olook Repairs Guaranteed for 12 Months. Jewellery Be-mado into Any Design, All kinde of Repairs Neatly Executed. LICENBED GOLD BUYER. Gilding, Silvering and Plating Done. #nli~MiU~#Mmavmiimnm HOLMES ROAD MOONEE PONDS - AT RAILWAY STATION QUEEN'S LIBRARY --4---- · NEW BOOKS BY EVERYt MAll All kinds of Stationery, Post Cards, Fancy Goods and Needlework. Agent for MISS LUPLAU'S NEEDILEWORK DESIGNS. Publio 'Phone. MRS. THOMSON ...m .....m ..m.E. ...... Beautiful Pascoe Vale I Sweet Pascoe Vale Peaceful Pascoe Vale Buy i...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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TRAM STOPPING PLACES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

S TiAM1 STOP'PINt IPhACES. -:. ... To the Editor. air,-1 beg to direct attention to the ac tion of our local train company in regard to their allocation of stoppiig places oil the western stretch of Maribyrnong road. The convenience and comfort of the public, especially of the weak and infirm, has beenl entirely ignored. At one intersection, wheore a very considerable number of pro. pie usually boarded the trams, lanld where there exists really good shelter from sun and storm and a good footbridge which rendered it possible to climb to the high floor of the cars, a niotice has been stuck up 75 yards away from the bridge ,staitig that OCare stop here by request i his somewhat amnbiguous notice is planted in ia ilace wher passengers waiting on the side path to get to their seats have first to ump 15 to 18 inches sheer to the bot tom of the channel, then scramble on tile oplposite side two feet to the rail level, and from the steep elope do their best to enter the car, From the level o...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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CORRESPONDENCE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE WORKICMEIN o COMPIENSATION ACT. To tihe Editor. Sir,-In your last issue, 1 piointed out that the bonetits of this new Act are liuin red to those workers who receive their recompense in wages, xii other workers boing shut out and if we look into the sources fropt which the lilnd to iny the insurance are to be obtined, we find the sime vfolation of thle first principles of Julstice, Of course the Intention isa to saddle the industry with tihe burden of tile csualties incidental 'thlereto-but, evei so.-surely the funds should be dirawn from fie proute and not from the losses of in. dustry, and If the profits carnnot stand the strain, then the industry must be. in i bad way indeed. Apart fromn the violr tion of the principle that taxation st ul.il fall on those abl to bear it, there is ani other way of loo1ing at the matter. In any field of eiiploymenet, if there iý it. Irott in the business, the empiloy. us ii.' o faIvoured half in fitse uartnertlito t tweer ctapital and...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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SCOTTISH CRICKET. ESSENDON V. COLLINGWOOD CALEDONIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

COT1IS11 C1UCOKET. ISSlNDON V. COLLINOWOOD CALE. DONIAN. Played at AMoot Vale. Colllngwood, e1st Innlige. Bruce, J., o and b Bonle,' R ....... . 7 Thompson, J,, o Bonnie, b Balley ...... 14 rawley, V., b Bailey ...... .......... 13 Brsooe, W. o Rose b Balloy . 4 Lanaoneter, +. b Bailey .... 1 Vorey, P., b Bailoy.. ... Moonald, S., o Beniv, b tiritsaw ...9 Bruce;1, bBo ... ........ B 0 Walker, f.,c; b oennio, C. .., Y ýWy ieJ.,notout. . . Robinson, 0, o Bonnie, U., b Bounnle,C 1 tiund ie s ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ti '10 Bowling: aUniley, A., 5 for 30; lienni, 11., 2 for 27; Bonnie, U., 2 for 7; Grimlhai , 0., 1 for 1. Essernldon, lst nlnings. Bonnie, B1., b Urawley ...2 Ioso, (1., w Crawly ............ (Arenal eaw, i., cb Crrawleyy . llolilnso, C., b Cawlt'toy ...... ... ...... ...... Whiteluw, U., b V'ory ... .............0 Bruce, A., not out .......... ........... 12 Mlilkle, 1i., C, Vcry ...............1) Bailey, A., not out................ dtulld .. . . . . 10 tit wji...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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ESSENDON CLUB XI V. EAST MELBOURNE CLUB XI. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

ESSIENDUN CLUB XI V. EAST' MEL. IIBOURNE CLUB Xl. 'Phis mateli was conllteced on the Aunt' tour . Sports (troundllt, wvhere, East ol ourne, winning tbohe tos elected to beat on an easy' wiceel, Ityan and Ulcoson Opelllnlg up. 'lel EJscrnoll attacl wat ntrustol to rtlollhopLe ;al Lowe, but g goodl oat tingl tle screnolmunltet to 66 betore iles' son wai ols tughlt in( i bnwlcd by taneiy otr 31. Trhe 0 Sheltonl b nlowe, J. P. flow. etLt, ibio), tise caxse, and. cunlls stl.. el Ireely u cntil atn Il, Itya wascaught h be F1i rt1 lb;y tll tol l f01 a snicb On llO tUi ejld, alter soulnlly Illncing i. 1:. hl~l iolloWt tl ilt nianny chanigos were, Illatlo ill tIle bowlng. A. l It o tettoril iowlett droc 'lPttlltoisc Itard to l.ti.ol, wr lel'So Iloidltholl lielt Ilm satoiy, the score bottr't slpoting'w 3-62-169. hall mtad 34, and Lowell sattld the rellaillloer of tile team tell raturily, O'Brilen gett ing most o the wicklets, wvuilo b1ci~eltoll, howling a good lollgtll, kept down the rtnts, t...

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CHOCOLATE SUMMER DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

CItJOCOLrATE SUMMER DI1S ES. Chocola e Junket.-el l t two peuny tIblets of chocolato over hot water. In seo nieinatino heat a qudrt of milk just suflficieotlv to dissolvo sugar to sweeten. Poor in tho mnclted chocolate very grad uclly, stirring well all the time. Uriog siowly to the boil, flavour with vanilla essence. to taste and leave until luke warns. Stir in a teaspoonful of runnet, and pour at once into custard 'lasse&. Loave for two hours before serving. Chocolate Cream.--This creani can be eston in conjonction with chocolate junket, and will be found excellent. jut half a cupfulhid thick ciioni into a basin, addil three sjparely-filed table sisodoxfiuls of milk, a few dreps of van illa, and heat until stiff. \Whip the whites of an egg as stiffly as possible, stir in a tablespoonful of inly-paw dared sugar, add to tho cream, xspi ivell, and leave in a cold place until nooded. Chocolate Pie.-Grate 40o of choco-. hcte, and put into a'basin standing in a saucepan of boili...

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Not the Man. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

.11 1), \.ltii I',-C, Ii,illhIH 'I, t ; u i lI,.,I, t~u n~ t at li is i t IoI't it: j t -*. l l ,, . i l t i ,r-? tlll c u n t t . It ciI. II;ltt ttt :;1 ?i li o l

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ESSENDON PUBLIC BATHS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

ESSJNDOI'h PU IC HATHS It i, blilti hll wn Hl l lilt" It ttll till iLo public htths wetv ,.tutl . \\ihi III II, - caltection o I thet Win er, in t the pubrt ", Odl, YIth UDC:tion or pro\. tiitt b illt a h a l i iA r 111t jlitii lu'i l l i 1i1i II ttC e tllit Z1itll LWC Ii \lh o .o li tllal t thi. h ell lo, l'itenii,-'1'.Wtut ohijivctttit 11th inrutt Ii yeti ;tgo. thl1101 tu. ()Only illot 01111 111u ,n i urtot ed lit Nonut iutid hi, no prov ibi 1 b int ma e forll tho 10 i ttl li ltti, tiif i ilt . It wits ilntey jlld to tlice th i n S tiltnr gilt hlio rcal anlel o to C hues, u Purlt. 1u11it. low ralte', y11'01 o10jct(ll, 3loni iihumi!: ttl, mu'Il etyr betd tthn:IInattoer up. Now there in no reason to 1, without lbaltihs, or to listen to tverv Itro tii of oppositionlthat floats aicot. 'lThe Ihbh ril not goingl to be ally tntisuelOce, uIlI t iy should have frono through as nuts origInI yaly propose, , In our opinion the site' Objctsd sto wts ltheI best oniioe possiilte. Ievelrl0 , by' ...

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ITEMS OF NEWS Bulla Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

'ji, , 1tlujv j iut jjuuifl ij '1'1u uu t(L1' nu fiu bil be iultl : !i 1L ut 1unty 15 -tll -'c

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SWIMMING LIFE SAVING DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

SV I M MI I NG LIFtI SAVWING DIEONSTRA ION. Oil Saturday orningt last, the Royal L~ife. Saving Society held their anlual conmpeti tions at tile City aiths. The arrlngti ttoonts were well carrited out by the evter gctio seuretary, Mr. A. IP. Newey, togetlher with a ilare g ittf of otlotals fromu tite Vict torian Swimming Association and other saporting bodies. 'itse seating accommtoda tion was well taxed, and by. 8 p.m. tlhere was only standing room. Sevoral nem- ,betr of both ttte andtl Federal Parliia mitnts were in attetndance besitldes inutlbtru of prominent lcitizoens. A lull. report of the difirenrt cotmpetitions appearet d in the tldaily prods, on MOnliihy tutt our Eupre soitutitVoe was very iutch itmpressed with the inet display of life ivinltg dtrill Iby the following teams:-Thu Albert Park State school girls, Iwhose ages averaged 14 yeaI',. WOn vory easily, scoritig 9t 1tioitst out ol i possible 100. -They were treated to it roundt of applause as tlhey wenit through tit tdi...

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ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

ROWIN( f---~- TI he Esenidoi Rowinrlg Club are holding their annualu l ro rluiiathion four-tbar regatta on rSatrrday afternoon nextat t their sheds on thre harlibyruon g river, and, given lian weather, this should prove a very enjoy. able ,afteriroon'e sport, both for ocrenien and onlookers,. There will be 100 oarsmen com;peting from the several unotrouotltair. uitbs, including Meranrtile, Richlonod, Footrtoray Yrrra lurrs, Ilawthlorn anri Soritti .5lul~oorire, riltl as theu rc~irelFug ea South elourno, at its height, some inll con teats oult I result. Tie ladies will be oen tertained with afternoon teo in thIe elub's "gronurdts ldurlin the afternoon; andt Ui ulilio's tornd wll bh in arttendanrce. rolen reoring musical iters, The first race is tdrned to start at 2.30, and the following oarsmten are reiquested to be ready to start at that time: First heat.-W. lMcEvoy 11U. P. Rodgers, lt to T W iliam 0Js E. second Itheat.--. onieni, F.: U. A. Ditr ilrs, h.; U. Sibhoppard, F.; J. A. Ro...

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CROSS-CHANNEL AIRSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

UROSS-ORANNiL AIRSHIPS. Uaptain. ., M. Woterlow, of the Royal Plyig Corps, states that a iew wateral his recently been discovered Englan. for a lanufa-tlsring tile gas elvelops of airships. It practicallly elinallutes tle leakage of gas. 'The secret of its uitalnu fature cannot be discovered by euanisna lIon or analysist. This material wil make thle alrsip feasibe commercIal propoe ritioln its a passelger.carrying vehicle, Captant Waterlow prophesies that airsahips running regularly between London and Palris will prry fifty passengers, alnd 11 sixty miles an hour withl ease 1a1d c011' fort. As passengers 5 throulghl thie tLuistlc1 to tile arnp tli egl rwili be reeorded.c Those over tlirteele stole would Ilave to play excess. Collie. T iwnti3 genttlell 'less, tle limlt wolld ladts and wraps, aid give thlhlnl to their liglter friends. All England would be furllnishcd with lighltlhousei-the wilittte 'iti lightt w0ould1 be tile country one, a11. thle owet red light woulld 1111l cate tlh...

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Anniversary Services. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

-ur Stith I: u1II t ti x iii li.l Iii ie'iiii airc c. c i ix.t t lx [i i 'ntlx ianniterrary oi ;ituLt n 1c(\ , W11-(. 1 1 til t P\.. a. 11rt'ttllliln Lhiii i 11th uiloi x i t ix itciu L fii t .L' r lx t ii xxiii x ' x'l l thc (J N,, IIIxt Ilii t i nifie ki d o lc Lec iii :II H 'Lb c pnhl li ili I1I ; I x uc ( II Iiu. 1L iii tie Iii iii I l clx l tal xxii x iiih iy Mri 11i. Iituincilt iutiitt. S it. xhui i I i iii '.l'il, . .l cl· ;(111 the · ;1t,1 1r·~- )riuil h," IIII iii ii i ll( 'xncl i i\t i lii bI:.. llolxx i l tlcriiiLi ii r'~llll ixiuliyl iiiiiii (LL xllhL'tIxI1 Lit- eh I fi liILLLLLICLLL it il S ii le l il;t I ii Mir.X fILL iLLct iLLg LiLa rr (iir i Lt ILLL v (it Lt tlii. Jig 1ii,; Lilt'tui titlcn triii L tihi e ILLL~t'niI.;

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NEW MOTOR CAR TYRE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

NEWV M!1OlTO CAI, 'i'ilt!. A new tyre hlu made its alplealrttlce, whichl is aIt sort of comsbinatiOn 01 bOild iand lneunuatic. It is not unlike (tls ordinary tyre lor which it can be substituted with out alteration in existing standard tyro, ri1es1 . Its princlipa point of diiference lies in its enormously thickened tread as.. in the unusual annea r ia wohich illste tretd Is formed, .The tread itself is four or live times as thilk as tlhe normal taead and lorsued itt thette asr a ust5 eor ver de@pindbiatilm alternaftuft o1 eithIer LsicBe and overlapping slight y-ut theeo centre the tretd. BIletween tieso In. dsntatioos, at the sides titers ?re o hver scooped out Dplas, th p~Iurp~ose of wbich .e to assst In the radiration of natural heat, Bis means of the deep indelealautius it is pnted out that tho priticpal drawbatek io tie solid ty, barrinti Its lak of resilil ency, of course isellsinated. ''isla draw. back, it may ie explained, is due to the sact that thq weight of the ear and it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

EDUICATIONAL. PENLEIGH GIRLS' SCHOOL Formerly A.V. lllItS' llIHi SCHOOL Nos 11 and 41 OTIAUCIlt S" . MOUNI:E PONDS Efflcient Stall' of Trained 'aclchers. Large and well-ventilated Schoolroolls EIxcellent Killcergartea. Drawlng and Painting: M is. 'L'ItIIcKEa'iT, First-class Car tifloato, South Kensington; Prial-taker Na tional sallery; First-olass Certiticato, Edit cation tIe lpartusll. Mualo, isD Jults, A.L.O.M.. Mr. JAEll, 1 .S'., Itegitered Secondary Tonoeachers of Music. Singing, Miss E. IINE. Physi cal Culture, Messra. BjolkoePotersen Bros Priincipals: Miss SPIGitG. First-olasa Trained Teacher, Eiductioln Department and Melbourne Univereity MISS LIbMEROOK, M.A. Miss Sprigg at home the last Thursday in each monitth. First Term begins Thursday, 5th February. ST. COLUMBA'S COLLEGE EBSSENDON. (Day School), CONDUCTED BY TRE SISTERS OF 011ARITY. Pupils prepared for all University Ex aminations. Full particulars on aipplloation to the Superior, Convent, Essondon. Prospestuses may be h...

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ESSENDON FOOTBALL CLUB V.F.A. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

ESSENDON FOOTBALL CLUB V.P A. ANNUAL MEIETIN(i. Tile annlual umeetilg of Essoledon Foot ball club was held in the Essendon Public H'all on 5t11 Iarelh, Cr. T. F. Lyonus, presidlent, ocoupled the chair, and there was an attendance that comnforltably filled the hall. The President expressed pleasurie.at pre. siding althoughl the season just closed lhad niot boon as soccessful ris could have boon antliipated. There was one feat out standling, vi: that the Cgood Ipositiont of the cloub was due to thic efforts of the coluittee, who hladil been obliged to man age on £275 less receipts thlan hadl chrac eturised the previous season. This shlowed good busiioss oil the plrt of the com mittee, who had not taken out of the funtds of the club as much as the price of a cigar or a drinlk during the seotsol. Ile expressed warm apprecltiot of tihe good wolrk of Dr. Spring, who was present at almost every meceting, and who ably conducted theo business of thel chair when called upon to preside. The wo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 March 1914

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