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BADMINTON ST. JAMES B. V. ST. ANDREWS B (Clifton Hill). [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

B3ADM~II'r~TON 'Leliiii Iil(l thel~ iI~lil\'lk ni1 Stlll. Jl~mt itttii(Ii IICI v;im ic hiuioglir Iv mijoy1tlrlI~ ii (sla~\ti tilg Such ' hI)P~iichis ii'1~ .11 Cci it II lic ,\cviiii.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABERFELDIE CLUB ABERFELDIE BOWLING, CROQUET AND TENNIS CLUB GYMKHANA. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

ABIERirLDIE OLUB ---46---- . Ill;ll lELIJIE 1 lO\'WLLNG, 01tU QI'i'T AND ''l',NNIS CLUB G Y31IIIANA. . ey I ullnjotble af0tci|ioon \W;s speilt at thei .lAlerfehldi l club last Sut titiilit? , wIsh stievral ni veliteis Ilelc iitrodiuctd oni thle Io\ling green and ctra()lnet lat\\'n. .A ml ndell)or of the f;aire'lr Six iiil)jdtCi for tlihe bti\lilg prizies; likte\\ i.e nilty gientlule eoni cfpeted oni linid to mimbers of the Aherfeldii club, as uInyII t'b?itOr' took away vahl ihh? .m vnir r ti t s i iskill. ii - .\t the conclusion of the games, the lresident, Cr', Mountain, p~resentcel the prize,? ill a1 vet'.\" aile antdl humor )llt ,IaniiI', and ihal d tit he visitolS f'or thi r'l aitt'nh aln e. It nlltl. he illtel ti led that tie mo5st skilful liiii ii. Willin bagatell, hinventedl hy Mr. 1H. I1. (;ilhert, of the Aberfehl ie clul, uull li t llllS iet credit on his iin genuity. iiiThe folloi lnitg wle the 'll?.mteasll omp)tit) o r q? : limlinjg. i gatlll , -. . . It hol), E;t - d m ~...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

ROWING The ]eindon ro injg club el d four-onrect reatta on Saturday. lat for triphh I is presented by Mesesr. 1. (Charke, A. \\atson and W, llirk?,nlh?a .L\d is ;Ie \(rY icte', -tiill Ite il- l \\ll s witneased. The afternoon I,?in;; an itelt'l onllt at far as ~the weather \a>, Olrnid Ii ade "ithe fii tiot doltII Snj.yi lel , I e .l il. , I , to tih . noii t I' i ) l in ) part in the raI:ii ,, miiai wI Ii lliiiu ti), S. i'd-i)] (2)), N. huh i~.! liii), \v r i ii ? otdy lil Sllite )l tii',l>. t fl olllIlilO titt'en \ ;l (I t'f lbilllll t ( ,rI' II d du'ing the at'ternitool iiiThe olhwin is s theI ultu of tht, .ii ici irsi it iii cllthel :ieli tll iilIii( ci iiitel~hlidet tii ei i i-ts'l\~ tile' I'~cieŽ-,at-v iiiit iiiic~iiieitts to lie'c llilti tilij~s i li\ ricitu : --lI . Ci la liiic he'i il t c i i h i, t t,\. citly'. w'l l; t. Ja k n l h t ., \ is rt; C. -hi itahell ih t ii , itjtfk ci haul. ; ,I. lti(,hard.? n heal .J. L'otlt, l II.otn iewall a ic ye, fu l e ic riousnd. 11...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Political Bias in Richmond Council. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

Political Bias in Iiclhnond Council. Mrs. F. Coxlon, hon. sec. of tle Richoxloxl Ladies' Benevolent Societv. fairly "'wipes the floor" (in "Argus' and "Age") with tile Mayor of mdch. moxd, over the charlges that he mad. againlst her, and which charges heo lhas not had oitlxor the manliness to sub-. stantiato or tihe grace to apologise fcr. The Ricxionxd Coxuncil also coxmes out very ignobly under' the scornful swishl of Mrs. Conlon's lashinx critiolan. lThx Council's impudeit an'dasinuno fixlxdiux (pr'obably a "mare's iest"), requesting tio Richmond Ladies' Benev'olent So. cilty's ofllices in future to rofirain fromi taking political action as olfic'ia ls, a nd pt'ii'isiingi theixi out of £~0 (o the c -omlll charit y dole, o1 ami I)liuprovedl assertion, cl??se?.ic all thli -c;oinm and nialitinl that has b ,la t ( ably hi ). j Itllln it bi, .11\x. Co.?)laiil, Ilxv., t I\ly aI ,t(tn d a fr ,il ,C e a i the',ia i ni retii hu'o theiin oox'ter of Cohi \Invoi?'. > u lpr(ove.d (;,?ul p:...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Keilor Lagoon. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

Keilo' Lagoon. ''he ccvnt riais have put a)out two I',tL of watter into the Keoilor lgoon. (n1 NSatllrday it wasi noticed that the splot presented Ijuito ati alterlld ill. [(I (t tilloughl then istitchi of water a outid the island. As thIwo is a .'pledid catellnent area of ibIu It. 300 ecles, the place being oII t11h12 aides ,-ilorroundl:d by hills, a dIJ'llt aill of l:ain would fill ul) tielt, k;? to the level If t ll b.jye-I hl Thl ,|ill ,liIg pIl-" o.an'LD C lt litelti hilgnl \ i? a' i rntl 1.1 2Jil itiiii ) I I:I111 i ihlllj U IIII 1110 (I I~ii 1 0~1 lrllily 0~·;1 I~Lts S..m , htI i ! :iu - l\it l thll IldlId depth l ive) I 1 l l , ill.., l ig ol) u I 11h 111 l b boi Il wliatir t I t hoI ib Il II tiha ul Ihe , I , i i), t i ( ij, ill h i ,,ill ,1 t \'11~ th t , ]) ' i i l? lli tIl toll' ll ,l17 (,,, ir I lhl% Iii I, I l ti \') O [Ill ( thii tI 1, ,ll lilt I J.I .i i .1i. , 11 (11 l: e ,Ii l 'l.l u it i ( j 'll' \ira I I 'ttl \ little :', ," , , ?[ ,, ,? ( -. ', d it)?, ini th e(...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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CRICKET SCOTTISH CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

CRICKET -- .--* ---- SCOTTISH (*Cl.'ll'T. WILLIAMSTOWN V. l.SS,;NI)iN. This match wn:, co o('llIld l \\'il liamistown last atar day welk, am resulted in a win for E.seuldon by :i innings and 7 runs, lssohndon hvini runnors-up in tlhi cuomlpetition. II Forsyth won tho howling averagell fot tho season with .17 wickets at n cost of 6 runs apiece; A. Bailey second, with 31 wickets, nverage 9. liennie, B., won .the battina average, 32 pel innings Grinshaw, G., socond with 2{ por ,nnings. WILL1AMSTO.WN. .. irst nl nings ;,. ... - ... .. .10 Second Inhings ... .... ......... 36 Bowling,-Forsyth 13 for 25, Bailey 0 for 3 Bonnit 1, 0 for 20, Moir, J., 4 for 20, Bonnie, 6,, 1 for 4. ESSENDON. First -Innings. Bennio, B., run out ... ... Grinmshanv G., o, b Russoll .... b Moir J 'b Russoll ... ...,,.. 6 -Bonnio, '., b Russell ........ 5 Whitelaw, C:, b Russsoll ... ... 0 Cameron, A., b Russell ... . 0. 0 Bruco, A., o, b Stowart ...... 15 Forsyth, R, b Russoll ...... 4 Bailo, A, Dun . ... ... 23...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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ST. PAUL'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

ST. PAUL'S CLUB. -to-rs ~ks ' o, f ( it? - b, -proniors a'f theo e* · n.?""; In?i?'l?,,l'tvt?+,, l ? :i ?t'?',*· (111"'" ciation, went thrcu tho seasoln Iun dofoeated, scoring 35 out of the pos~hkle 36 poillts. h. Crnwlhy won thie baLttin overalgo with 2h3.8, tihe next Istl htinje. J. Dobson 21 5, J. Iilinkhorn 20.8, and O. Sutcliffe 20.-12. The howlin ave\'r ago wont to C. Tamo, his avorano bo ing 6.03, J, Dobson ran him closely with 6.2. Centuries wereo mado hy J. Illinkhorn (103) and O. Sutcliffo (101 not out), and ?. Blinkhorn secreed a hat triok.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Essendon Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

I'-Iiindon 1 olutall (Club. Tl'he tl'e; llsurr of tlhe I?s'iiduon toot blall club acknuoludges with Llthauks tl following donat'ions:--\'. Sutton, £5; J. Larmer, £2 2s; .1Iatt. Cockurell, £1 is; Mlatchett and Co., £1 ls; II. DIxon, £1 Is; T. lridgford, £1 1h; L. A. Fairbairln, £1 Is; J. liarrison, £1; T, Hamilton, £1; J. Cook, £1; A. Col. lior, 10s (3d; \V. Grasshanm, 10s 8dl WV ,; Beck, 10s 4d; Alf. Pridham son, 10s; .J. D. Whitehead £2 2s; doundy Bros,, £1 ls; A. ). .urdoc~h, £1 1; FLordham's Sports Depot, 10s (kld; i Pridham, 10Os Ud, eia~a

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Sunbury Monthly Market. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

Sunbury Monthly Market. J. K. Jenniags and MeInnea, the well-known auctioneers, will hold their usual monthly market at luu bury on Saturday next, 11th inst., starting at 1.30 p.m. An excellent supply of comeback owes, crossbred ewes, cossibrecd wetherls, also crossbred weaners, Then there are 500 cat tie, incluhing dairying heifers, milk. ers, bulloeks, steers and other lots, will be offered. The lots are in good condition, alnd outside buyers will be in attendance for bullocks and all store cattle. Trains leave Spencer streeut for Sunbury at 0..5 am. and 12.15 p.m. Further pIarticulars and uentries will be received by tihe auctioneers, a, their office, 411 Uourko street Mol. bourne, or by their agent, Mir. 10 Draflin, Royal liotel, Sunbury.

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The Maribyrnong River. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

The Maribyrnong River. F"or the past few days, the P'ublio Woeras Department has had several barges removing the salnd bank from the river at tile bottom of Holmes rd. Up to tile present an enormous quanl tity of sand has been removed, and hlls :been deposited on the banlk neloar' .the Mmribyrnong reserve, A lot more has to be got out yet, and when this has been accomlplishedl a great im provement will have been mnade. The Ilonorary ralnger, -Mr. HImebert Nixon, suggests boys who have been in the habmt of bafthing in thile vicinity shlould now be cautions, as the sand made the rivor very shallow, whereas the water, will in future be very deep, and ppoor swimmloers will need to be careful how far they go. out into thile stream. At tile request of tlhe Essendon River League, the Minister of Public Works, Ih. H-agelthlorn, has been asked while the barges are on the spot, to have a few more snags, just opposite the \lVne Hall, cleared away, as they are a1 moenace to thie boating traffic...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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A Letter of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

A Letter of Thanks. We have been asked to publish tlhe *;ljuilJ(ld letter of thanks:-!"The Conllanding Officer of tho Essondon HIiflcs desires, on behalf of himself, ihe officers,- non-commilissioned officers and men of the Battalion, to express his and their thanks to the Mayor and .Mayoress, the members of the :omumitteo, the stall-holders and their assistants, for their efforts in connec. don with the Military Fete, as well as to the public of Essendon generally and other contributors to the funds, for their generous support for the samo object. Profound gratitude is due also to the proprietors of the "Es. sellnlon Gazette" for their unfailing advocacy of tile proposal from its in coption down to the splendid result finally attained. It is felt that such success will do much to inspire other suburbs to do likewise, promoting a growing interest in their work among the members of the Battalion, tlhe re sultant officioney of which may have immense and far-reaching influences of unth...

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PHENOMENAL SCORING. INDIVIDUAL SCORES OF 408 AND 321. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

PHENOMENAL SCORING. INDIVIDUAL SCORES OF 408 AND :121. The 'cricket match between Buffalo River and Whorouly, for the district premiership, has been productive of phouiomonal scoring on the part of the Buffalo players. Their innings occu pied two Saturday afternoons, and they compiled 893 runs. Of this total, T. Patton coitributed 408; Norman Rippon, 321; 1L. Rippon, 52.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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SCHOOL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

SCHOOL CRICKET. Brighton Gramnmur School and St. Thomas's Grammar School mot on Friday, on the St. Kilda ground. An exciting match resulted iu a win for St. Thomas G.S, by one wicket. Tih scores woro:-St. T'homas G.S., 58 and nine for 84; B.G.S. 36 and seven for 104 (innings declared closed), For the winners, Maegill scored 12 and 52, besides obtaining eight wickets for 34; Peterson obtained seven for 57. For Brighton, Calvert made 37, Rus sell 22, and Grattan 18 not out, Han son secured nine wickets for '13.

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

FOOTBALL By "Right Wing." 'h'le practice match at the Essondon ground on Saturday, betwonee Essen don and South Molbourane D)istrict. dtrew a fair numhber of spectators. The form displ aed by the thirtoen of last year's playors who stripped was very gratifyi.ng Essondon scored 17 goals*2 hbehinds to 4 goals 5 behinds. @ ,@ @ Tlio South tdam, despite tihe fact that about a do e of their team wore trying out with senior terms, made a good game, some of their players show ming out well. Tom Olarko, Essendon's shootist, was in good form, getting 5 goals, and helped some of the new players to get them. Tom Sovior played a dashing game, following most of the afternoon. @@@ Phil Gibson has lost none of his dash. Porce Walker was quiok, bright and clover. Jack Hoare bids fair to hold his own against all comenrs; his cool, heady work getting him a counlo of goals. @, @ @? The Madden Brothers played well togothoer, and opposing: forwards will find it hlard to pass them. @@@ HFariy Bicklford k...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

Fourtoon-word Advertisement Sixpence. Thise newspaper, having a large and daily increasing circulation, nfiords the puhlio a splendid advertising medium. Furthor more, we 'accept avertisementse of all class. es at the same rate. We do not say: only eituatigns vacant advertisements shall be accepted at sixpence, but take at sixpencs advertisoments of situations vacant, for sale, to lot, wanted, wanted to sell, wanted to buy, board and lodging, wanted to ox-. hobange, publio notioa, poultry and live stoek; and in fact every clazs of advertisc meat whatever is pltaced on the same chealp basis. Advertisements under moat of the above headings, inserted in tihe daily pIp era, cost one asilling. We invito our readers' consideration of the saving that may be offeoted by ad'vertising in our col amns. Our one tiat rate for fourteen' word advortiaemente-is sixponce. ·b'bO Strike of Poultry 'Pluckers, Of all the shonls of strikes which ain offending colnsumers have lhad to noar, ilnt of, the po...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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The Usual Press Courtesy. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

The UswRt Pres Courtesy. The management of sove-al publio events have rooently adopted the habit of only sending one complimentary ticket to the Press: and some managemneont have gone one worse, by intentionally deciding to send nollne to the Press. Speaking for ourselves we deoline to aooept one tilcket to any public event, and we refuse to attend (in a representative capacity) in cases where no tickets are sent. If local institutions are suddenly going to break down the recognised custom of centuries, we declino to help them out of thle fix in which they will find thelmselves. The Press in Western Australia some time ago demonstrated that it is not going to be trampled upon, and ceased reporting Parliament, owing to being asked to do the reporting under pig-stye or contemp tuous conditions; and Essoendon's local paper is able to mlake the same stand rogarding local events. In a word or two we lhave no needl to allow ourselves to be converted into :a footstool or doormat; nor have ...

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Standing Advertisements. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

Standing t\dvertisoments. Alterations to standing advertisements must be sent in on Mlondays. Our large six-page paper, with its increasing cir culation, makes it, necessary for na to start printing on Mondays; so we would ask our advortiers, if they want to avoid disappointment, to send alterations in aorly. Any alterations which coim on Tuesdays stand a very poor ohance, and on Wednesdays no ohance at all, of gain iug insertion lhi-ss'a

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Co-operative Motor Services. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

Co-operative Motor Services ?leotinlgs have been held at K1eilor and Koungaderir, and thel lo ia rsi donts are warmly suplporting the p eo osals fo a m servie. Cr. .1 White (president of "Keil'r shire), C, 1)odd heili) 1nd .r. \V. Yt h1 'le divert ors. Messrs. W Il hin snl aid (., 1O. M?ae have11 ton'1 a:~ip(lllt F'itheir milt,.ings are likely to he hIld at ).Iicklehihat, ihdtu and ('mallpill field. The hu l.euis ar Ixl't, tedl t l he running leforil' July.

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ANTICIPATIONS WILLIAMSTOWN RACING CLUB, April 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

ANTICIPATIONS By "Evon Timiic." wVILLIA\MSTOVWN RACIN(i CLUB, April 13th. Soanfold HIurdIle Riace.--31ilkabah or Raougos Hnrem. Next best: Autumni. Fedoral Handicap.--Culmau or Pre cious. Next best: Apiarist. Eastet' Cup.-lamburg BIelle or Monodia. Next best: (lenubolt, Steopluchnss.-Morli;a or Pladda. Next best: Seldum. Juvenile handica?p.- \tu ai i Linass. Next he.t: lanceretto.

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POETRY CALVARY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 9 April 1914

POETRY -S------- - CALVARY. A dark and cloudy morn,. The air was cold and chill, As atin oanger, rushing crowd Wend their way to Calvary;.'s hill '1'o see the greatest tragedy T'ile worldl has ever known; To s~o thalrt chosen trme Their very God di sown, Throc days Iefoirei, ill trl'illtplh, He pts.ied l alng that street, With gtlad shoults of 11 tloseanna, And piis laid 'neathl ILis feet. Blt all i. chall;gtd---'l'hI Iomani Power That crowd i, s5lti 'y lHas conldenlledl the (Und of IlH\eaven Upon ? .ross to di,. The hill is re?ached; the hour arrives; They~'~' wanit ir t ir co d. .litd cagirtlyv to ulo lieir worg?, ologlly Vi tht w\\ llrll ci oss 'lThata man f0r11 is hid. 11y hands nd fitii th i ito l Hint; Yet ni os e is di llfi'id. That cau.? i,-, th,,n uiplift.(1; .Thiee h1(r1 1 l h'uis in high. With c~d tI. antd .-isiie l, t .y le lini Iletwleen twl ileit, es to die. O'? I~lllllk:illdl I,;)lll.t' ;i Ilii)IIIIHIIi Trhe (Go(, tht, Fathtr in lh,?ven, Gives up Ills o)lly ,ii T'o py...

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