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Boy and Pea Rifle. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

Boy and Pean Rifle.o, Charles James Gordon \vas charted with unlawfully dlisllcharging a In riflc, on 27th ult. Charlio Pang, a ch(ristionised Chini a1n, deoposedt that hle lived at .hlt.ibyir long. \.\as working in the garidet oIn 27th, pickin,'g spiiatch, when acudiseld andt anlothoI" bt).% \wer' hI'ing~ hullets all rontil him. The huys miicked Itimt in g'ilbbi, ish. Put a lbtsket of .?linac'h in l'()llt of him fr rotectiit i , l litrd the llillets hit tihe baiikt. I mptiedii the plinac~h out and l hnd a bullhet in the at it. ,llhd o iut 1o 11b o t t "looki our." P'risoner ("this? chap") \was fir i ll l ii sjil i lii.. Thii e i ntiy' wl ol thile olier i i hh*e, t't Ii te river. The t o's ie - iiui 90 or illlli 1 10 . iri d islta llt. Cotllhl i tl i say ic xti lry t l llit . c tstan siae i Alexaiider Adllin , hri(,klayer, of 705 i1. eii' aii ds it 'oad, di ed i tt ilt Illht Jlsth ,e 'uilary h1i sa.t inl tlhe oc liin eas, its ii`; h~io ats tint .iii'io Il\lht lil this llli t's nrdl ...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Maintenance. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

Maintenance. Adelaide Preston v. William Pros ten.-Mr, J. J. Carroll for complain ant. Adelaide Preston deposed that she was the wife of WilliamPi'eston. Pro. (luled her marriage lilies, The child in her arms was defendant's. 'He allowed her 2a a wook. Since they were mar riled he had allowed lher jd a day to buy mincomoeat and bread. He hadl provided no clothing. Last Thur?sday week he threatoned to bash l her headl in. Shelo was frightened to go back. Accused offered her 1Is a week if she wouldl withdrawv t cnase. Livetd with her mothor, Her husband earned £2' 4s ·a week. They first lived in. Aspen street. He paid the rent, and bills, but gave her no money for clothing. le thought 2 tins of condensed milk was suflicient to feeood lthe haby for a weooek. '1The Bench made an order for thlt payment of 15s per week for the main tenance of his wife. He was further ordered to find a surety of £25. A sum of £1 6s costs was also al lowed.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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SCHOOL MATTERS ESSENDON STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

SCHOOL MATTERS ESSIENDON STATE SCHOOL, 'Thei newly-eolected committee of the Essondlon State school was called to gthor byI MIr. Stewart, blho head teacll ri, on Monday last. Mr. Stoewart spoko on behalf of the recent conimit tlo in roferonce to tho good work they had achioveod during .tho past three years, as in their term they had led erected a lovely shelter shod for the boieOfit of the children, also provided a piano for the school, and a nice open air schoolroom had been oreoted, otc.; and hie thought it was not their fault more was not done, as they worked hard onough.ll The committee consists of Mesdames Swires, MIcEwin, Slpillhio and Messrs. Royle, Kennedy, Nattrnas and King. wa. t Mi-. Roy? was. voted to the chair, and Mr. RKennedy as secretary and trouasuror. IMrs. ~loEwan spoke about the heating of the Assombly Hall, as the young children weore taught there, andl it must be vniy cold for them; no way out of the dificulty could beoseen at the present. Also about the old an...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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TRAMWAYS SECTIONAL FARES ON ELECTRIC TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

TR AVIWAVS ,,4'TtONAL, l-:H (IN ELECTRIC TI AMIS. i trmii i Mwoilc IPolub Mid 1.\h 0 -tl l ; li tlli, t uiii', ti! I t ' f 'rI I i , .t Ii t.i l i\ i". Irl li ii h, l lr l l ii ', I), ll l:- ;llldi S.\hli l'rl.( ,' lh' I ' )olf the , illl 1 '>. ii l lA : I 'l , - | hi ri Tl r ini' i .\ ifii l i nlial,.',i -. Ii lli ll M tI ll - ll gi )1 i i if' il t lii.M . I . ' II i ll-, I l, I vI,,-p l iilr ,t !-,. 1M ilo l, i aI ili , n l'll % l ( d 1ii 1 ' ll i'.i (i ' o l it l lly. It'] , li The t,. ' ýte'l tatlll ',iit \\as i t l li Mi I A.\ I ). . lui t?lh. Tlth 1 ;l.ii ,l 44 t I lt, ri ,r - Iteit i vi it t l Y :IcitiA.ti c teh Y A le- i T Hl", Vl I?l, t ic'e-tprvesidhillt), M.c1 I?,r, A1h;. i','hlie I iIele ) 's i it, S , i iti -n i l l , a l\ It a Al ri . II . (;, A[.,ltl li cl o.lI t l llr <'id l), (illi , Yotit , N;i ii ot y,, lind Elli, r ipre \;elieirin; oft' hel publi(li, and would, lit the sa.llli tilli!, considerablyv inrl''i ply, s tiled thilt ii \ is (lito ill svill ...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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FLEMINGTON POLICE COURT TUESDAY, 31st MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

SFLEMIINGTON POLICE COURT TU ISI.Y, liit Ii .\ I.IJ. man), anl \V ,Sha,?, justi..s. •h \ li,,?rnd ['n.<, E ur.,)'.. off \\ill ,o1 Ilmler~i ". T. I'. O na ).--.\W jurn,. II to .\jril 21. Th , fll tt-htei Ili ri l. .l I?-I . llh ?. .3 \ . Iid(.- \\? nii hd . C . ,' . h IrthI,' v. .\Htifi hl, , \ illiani on _\ t. C'. J. .W tl"?,lit e for m in) l ailn a i) ht. Johlll \\.illiam>,onll dt1plostecd that li, 4)1\\ '·o t Ii )l II' tIl'tlll l )ll 4l,' 4441)+1 14'J'- ltl ll \\I n't( r olllt ,~(l \ 0t, ]. +ill \'i\'ll ll'~d \X'Jtlt.','? w Vand lt 4at 4 ,' ro riI Ptll ' Il ir. (Ill. ulli) Ii , i tt llu t hei l a litvd the lt t u, +a t a +!. \vook, pa'id all r nInlllg e.xpenll s ,,+ lH I per ce.tto the tylts. l)efutt,, I td Ilan prod hb 'tent fot' 7 weuk. I)t foltlth t t, not ill ((ittln ' elalitly t)w t" t t Ill. 'lho cloul allibtlrtt' \aa Nlll., l il81P, a H-hdson dotulle-sen t d tourin CIII.. 'ITl claim was for £21 I1)s lid. Witiness stated that dettt'llant toulI lii holi was maki...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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AU REVOIR [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

AU REVOIR Thoe friends of Mr. nud Mrs. W. J. Jenkins, E.S.A. lHank, lUnion road, As cot Vale,' were given anI op)portunity hy Mi'. and Mrs. J . L. Robertson, onI Wednesday, 25th March, of wishillng themll "'hon voyage" and saying "au rovoir." Progressivo euchre was thel order of the ovening; the hIdieos' pri'o was won by Mrs. T'. G. Forbes, and the gentlomon's by Mr., E. P. McMastuer. I Jfr. and. MIrs, Jenkins' lelaltlh wa!s pr, bosed by Mr. Robertson, and sullpo rtlo by Mr. Evillo and Cr. Cole. ,h; Jl- ! kIns responded in one of his humolrou?s spLo'hes. Thoso l'esenti were :-3Jes dames Jenkins, Cole, Eville, James, Ad mlanls, Forbes, Lightbody, Edwards, BLridgford, Wyndiham, Davies, Andetr son; Misses Aloexander, McMaster, A\d mans, Russell, Edwards, Anderson; Mossrs. Jenkins, Newstadt, Alexander, Okhurst, F. Roidy, Ellis, Webb, Yates, Evillo, Wilson, dole and Admans.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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A.W.A. Essendon Branch A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

A.W.A, EssMenlon Branch A,W\,A. On ThI'lurstday, 26(ith lust., the aihove branch hold theloir usilul fortnightly motiung in the Essoendon Town Hall building, a Rood number of nmblrbs and oitier·s being present. After the p)resident (Mrs. Sh addock).declared tie Iralch open for business, the secretary (Mrs. Hlenderson) read minutes of pre vious meeting, which were accepted by members. 'Thlor boing'vory littlo bus n?oss to go through, the evening was de voted to work for the Military Fete (of which the branch held the Sweets Stall), which passed a very pleasant and industrious ovoning,.

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Boy Breaks His Arm. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

Boy Breaks His Arm. A boy muaed James Lewis, aged 11, living alt Erskiine street,' Nortlh Mll boiurne, iwhile sitting on a hand ra'il of a bridg? at the Macaulay road rail wa;y station, on Monday, foil off and hIroke his right arlm. He was taken to the Mtelbourno Hospital, where his iujurie.s weru attoeded to.

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Fire at Sunbury Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

F'ire, at Sunbury Cemotery. Lst weekl a fire, which was StartedCI a?t the S~huibu'y CImiiUotory for thlt 1I1r pIoy l o lurlingl off, got out of coxltroil nIIi' pll tL'r the Asyluni rSOI'Ve. .A IIIbicr of altoUldallnts soon g01ot to. work, hi wcvir, anid oxttinguishld the flaits I lor, mIIhi daitago was done, 'lhic mIyIiiuer of the fire brigade were in al -nhi]I C, liit their services w\?lC Aot nct~did. 0QiEO

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Absorption of Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

-(-ll(')i I[) Ol II lI lIV .. .\ meetin?, lp,?liminary t(o a itnfer ?,nwe to conisle't th, qulesti.'onli of Ithe ab 33 niptio of 1h3j nsiick3 (nuici \ 333\ee33h3ll 33'Fi3333333 33 3 'iterno - the T333 3 (11?,13 Theo rd Ma3yo3 (Cr. 3333). 33. (3l3' (33.3)pr sid3d. ' el' ml.3l3 ( t-3 i33' \\'3 '; ou'ititi ' lo33 13' ; i 3' 3 3"t 3 3.th, ' I 1 33i . il 13 3u.l lcil ol the 3 t y't( 3 . i ('nil tI Ii i t.io itll IIc't ifllltr 3l'll3n 3 t t 3333-3,333 t?,L oll iid~' t?) ? t3 ? 31) I3 - {+:,t d t,, tlh, lin,,. (,, w hich th,, c?,,,,,'} shoh )~l~ pi',o rtet inl the, m ai,,,ll d hinh ll tt 3 t t 3 i ;t3 333 333333 , 'l ('th ' 3,1ti3 3i h, WhId ab,, t a month h,.n.,,, when the, 3i33ll 31' 1 ' the3 i3\ i t 3 \3 ill hc in 3)3 ,33 "i· 3 3 33 31t" 3 l 3 t '., 33 3hi h th,,y have, but litth, nl,?. d,,b,, :t la,' cutt. T Ih , tm ,ilms . r,'jo,,.u~ltativ-(e, att th, 3 , 333' ! 3t3.3,: 3 (' r. 3 I' h33 33,-'.\ 3 ('r.33 t33 ' l, 3 .3 r I3 ni, 3 '33 , 333 , 333 3 3hil 3 .1 . 3

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SONG FOR AUTUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

\\ iw, i thi, , - iunnur h ,v \\l(i II Ijliii·: Iii iliI11.' (I, i~ I .i1t I I jil l - H1 [ ilt- ' " i llli llll ;i l) twalr, int UL lv jilt hluh,.hin 'utt i hl i , I l'' ;r: l l i I ' In ll ht;l i ti Fir i , tht t htvti -id, i't'?i ti i\t h, 1 t 11 i( ?itliii bitin, i,, h ,t,,h, i tll : |h t dot n't <h, tht TJ'a n, that's nal. '.o try toJ b?' obtd, rq and1(] lhankifuil: lett hovt, t\Viin J nqK, hboulr: h,. s'hm~vl. "Formic, mu l l',o .,J)t ",hat off't'td,..l. .\lId h't ,,thau'J flalulb, Ire'nol \.ouir mt ?,'nl ,IAh h e' r ;llm ille c, h, th,'ir breatth an] , " ;iI h+-r- ' JJl, B. av', Jack, lte herr , k?; i M I le , t h t l o the Jndiaun:+, IHe ,?itt?K rted atbutt, ]ht thakina l'ainted with the l hss hf l d. ''h,.n ]e + zed abtout his. and +udd,,l,,, his voice' r+?ng oilt with holp. ",?et!" h?' tried., '"jht' d[;wn hlreaks. brihtlli ulol ( `(l yo)ut tolmn +[ ]wightsl " 'l'}w s rt a g ltitlninle+ iJ admus total "W,?," he' vrlled affainl, "l'he dow~n b'ook?, hl'bright Iupo...

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Essendon's Military Fete and Tattoo AT QUEEN'S PARK. GREAT SUCCESS ACHIEVED. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

Essendon's Military Fete and Tattoo ---4--- AT QUEEN'S PARK. GREAT SUCCE SS ACHIEVEI). The long-looked-folr feto te raise funds for .quippin,. the senior cadets and thle citimzon solhdiers of the Isson don district with band instruments, olours, gymnastic apparnatus, prizes for competition oet,, was hold in Queeoa's Park, eoonee Ponds, on Sat urlday afternoon, 28th March. After the lnheavy storm which took pl'aco the previous day, it was anticipated that thoIwonthor 'might not bo very :naus picious, but the reverso was the case and a splendid day was the outcome. A drill hall is to heo arected on part of the pound site in Pascoo Vale road, Moonce Ponds, and the idea of the feote committee was to manko the drill hall as comfortablo as possible for the nlads, lwho are udorgoing a military train ing. The heads of the different con Lingants, together with the business people and the local committee, worke'dl with a will for some two months, and the result was a mlost successful fete,. t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

~`/4 Shu!/g&t the 2Z77 SvJ.'clto. n- sti JJII-IS app)eal to the thriifty. New stocks, purchased by our sopecial luyeri, whom we sa:. to Lonidon, wvill soon b 1 e here -rooun nist he foundI for them. CLEAN SWEEP OF ENThIRE SOClK, FOR ONE MONTHI ONLY. That is the ireason for thi: Great Moaey Savinin Offer to you. The only way is to :lear out the old stoclk NOW. The $oods arne of nuiqr.stiolnbhle Quality--.- aranteed to give utmiost satisfaction i S;ervic aid V;lue. Take the first opportunity of in~3jpectin! oiur stoclk- seec thi many lahour-savini alppliances for you --see thi thinis that will add Comfort and Hlappiness to you, HoLme durinu the loneg Wilnter iEvelini)iS 1 O,,. Red?ti oIlli in all D)epdltm~etlis F1O1 ONE 5,,IONTII ONL.Y To setc?re thle S,'pec(:il firrq.:/ms, Co.uni frlny. SPECIAL NT01' :-- 1We have opened up ;ai new xtc?rsive Showroomn at ithe rear of this shop, and w? c:ucr dlially invite our Custoners to itspect lthe lai!! variety of doods shouwn. IELLO lHb b...

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CHURCH NEWS DIAMOND JUBILEE. ESSENDON SOUTH METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

CHURCH NEWS DIAMOND JUBILEE             ESSENDON SOUTH METHODIST CHURCH A very successful series of services   were held to celebrate the diamond jubilee of the Essendon South Method-       ist Church. In 1854, the Rev. John Ride formed   the first-class meeting and conducted     regular services in the home of Mr.             Joseph Pitches. Only four members                                   of that congregation are here today,         namely - Mrs. Josiah Woods, Mrs. &a...

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SCHOOL MATTERS CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' COLLEGE (ST. JOSEPH'S), NORTH MELBOURNE. FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 2 April 1914

SCHOOL MATTERhS CIIll 'ir1IAN ; 1 ?I)'l1 1 lIS' COL,|(; LE, (.'r. JTO '-,P I'S), N0I'I'(II Al\l IlIOUTNE. " :IAl' :lA ilPUIdIIC SERII\'LC(il II ESUIIS. F". l)wyer,-I lt h pl .m ; I. Ml?.harth?', ith lpih ?c ; J. ('rdlii, 7th dlhve: K. ( 'CO Iiutl. I It h I l 'r : \V. AeC's.rth., l 7th lu'h'; I". Saluhuha 24l phe rt.; A. Ir ni sat l l, -7th Ihl'co. 'hI foltliwing u?h ?cus \uu??,is, obt' inI iii [th' valirhls suiibjji'tt - -?[atlut,'uatis, 14t place: IIstory,1st plahiv'; 1)h'hiait ion, lL pln''' ( 'o(?riphy, I.t plhi ,i'; A\ith *oi hli. pai t;': W lIting, It1 tilaiti

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

P'UBLIO NOTIOEB. eblolhoneu, Abroot 191. "''TriNAOUR" P~IVAYE HOSP1YAL Iteltered. MEDICAL, HURGIICAL, and MIDWIERYY PATIEN'TH TAKEN. E)TEN81VE (lOUOND3. TEILMH ON APPLIOATION. PARK BTRE1IT. MOONEE PONDS. (4 nminutt from Raillway Rtattion). Pronl)iotr&Ua: Mre. lHetnderbon. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Rlisrtcrod. MEDIOA.L and MIDWIFERY. Every cunvonionoC. Tornum ModorUte. UWISN MuOATU. "Araluuni," 1'rtt otroot, Moonta ponds. (oi pucliole ltroot). ''olophono, Aioot 65/. LADIES' NURSE Attaildmt Out.Patit ttei. ML'J. MURPHY 7 TENNYBON T'., MOONEE PONDH. LNUSE BURNS PRIlVATE; HOSPITAL (oegiator'di, "HT. ELMO," 68 'I'lHE PAUADE, AHCOT VALE. MII)WII"lEY A 8PlEUIALTY. l'Fo's Modorate T'olophono Applied For, JOIN A LIVE S'JIENDI.Y HOIETY. Ily l1to-fig it MUHIEIL O'r uOUUT' EHstNI)DON N.o. 740d, Anlcliut Ordor of Pot-istaro. NO ENTRANCE FE'EU. MO LEVIES. World wide Oritr. Lowoca Rate of con tributiona fI?toi I d por wook. Uaic Pay, £1 pr , aoik Fulnoral Boinfilts, £20 il£d J10. PVarticruloaro fro...

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NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

NOTES BY THE WAY Ily 06Aryoer.* The hontuiwoe t liv ye0r.. |)elnaal eWI vitudo passted by thl ('hief ustl tic of Now Soiuth \Vales on ii "*motor hlil. who rlnu over i i wollmn and left hlir' oil tho roaid slitlfering forin lliinjuriets whitch Oeventuated in ho'r deathl, was nlot. a whit too sover, aind it is to hi hopdil will bo laid duly to hieirt iy tlhe cvon victed Iluman's imiitatorls thro1111ho1t th110. Coiuillonwiii hll i. t()f tomr's, tho caisi nloultioll'd wa-, in exceptiollnilliv had one-so uIllll lso that thelit OW' sl'd \\Wia placel inl thl dock oln a chaliaj ofi min slaughtor. Iln condiilling thio 'eki loss driving atind diriegard for tlih safety of ptdestriaiis on li ih part of somie inotorists t here i,, lit neId to get hystorical and tar all with til salmin brusli for lhert ar not i at fow inistalwrons of drivors and owliirs of cars ?liav ilig in a miost hini11111ai' i niilillir alter' a casualty'v they vi't really not to bl)ano for, Ilut whrlitli ii olorist is tilled...

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HOUSEWIFE'S COLUMN SOME SEASONABLE PRESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

HOUSEWIF~'S COLUMINl ----4+-- S8).11.' SKqA.?;N.\IIIE PIR,'SIERVF,?. A, every houset) i.e kuow s, the fruit, "scssou thlis yel'a its bec) Oll unIullI y good, d lthere i, still excellent p iportunity for layin,, ,in a hl(,e stot'l thiiilgs to our sto(l'lro)lll slhe'lves:- Apple Jelly. (rcen alltles or w'ind falls will dro just as well for this as inul' fituit. \'a sh thIten and cout them up withouit peoliung or ctnin. Put in the \n'esettvinl pan with cold lwtater to herey ol v Ptl ri. ·\tld nl ol tt\\'o IOlo nl tlntt -,tnut( brtuisd ltittlte , antd hoil until ,q Ilie soft, Sta' In' w?,ll, a,'nd th,,n add ?neh op d it ' t{ clp (t .lIurI , nucll h 'up of juice. Iloil gonl tth' itn .?o\eve tol fifteen ;lininite. ''tr tln tih; tithe it t'mines' tO t~he 'l. 'T test, 1 i o('l ' a littl( ont1 a plate tr-n, timut tto tinto, unltil the, jollyv 'jells." Skio \well who1 dtlolloe, 1(1nd 1s1l a jlilly lhig (it' fhlds of btut til-Cloth for tI 'i.illlllg. .p\llph ant lUnion ,lain.----To eachl pount...

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Military Fete. Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

Mlilitary Fute. (CJ o rr .Ict i il . A rumour het l ' ii n (ir ulatlid lihat IlI o E'ý-sclldo lIurtlictl Itural Socimt v had ( hi ar-1;- ,,' o l(f thl. 'l)ow l' Nta; ll Ilt thIC lb1).V JFUtt. W\\ ;ir rt- qun tru d tU( stiltt,) that the ilIbvUc .n1 itsy hLuI.d 1n1thinW whatI'n ct' tou \e i wi it. it it . ste il I;t, ItuniagiId iy Mr. ind Mr.. E. A. luinnd alld Mr.s. \\. S, l'ri??u.o1, and 0 tnhe a, silnts % ro tihe Mis Silvia and Doris AlhNsilao, '.Ely, )DobIn, ug idaile, triCklr (two), Nellie and Kailth le'n Mhllohy, D)u'ri- P'tu'r-o , Itul+,r ll. 'Thi followi ig dl, natiu ..ns i- e i , i i '<\'iV d,. : - 'Mr. J titn . \\'ri li t, la g', , iini: girdnerti nil Mr. \W. Al .Nilang, |ii pla mnt ; Al? ' . ( iih tholiln as ittiri-il : Mr. . I v, Doblmo . h-rr: and sev: ral ath llII l.intllilts. W\\innM i lof plant .t i?nt ji' itig riec ived thl ir ' izil "> II'l t ? l' >:;l ,in callling al t ithin n'idcni'ce ' of Mr. Uodnid l Lu iiintnuhll ?tin it.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Motor Buses for Broadmeadows. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

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Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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