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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

MARRIAGE. JOHINSTON-LUCKWALD.--On the 1-lth March, at the Presh'yteriani Church, Moonee Ponds, by lev. \il liam Fraser B.3A., Willimni, younig ost son of Mrs. Johnston and late Mr. Jolhnston, of Flemington, to Ruth Hedwig, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luckwaldl, of Ascot Vale. DEATH. KkINNY.-Ou 19th inst., at htUr ic.i donce, "Lara," Carow street, Sun dringhamnl, Annie Louise (lato of .IIo liee Ponds), dearly loved si-ter of AMary Kiceny and .Mrs. C. J. McL'ar lain and bheloved youngest (liaughtl of the late Daniel 11and Anner Kintiv. of Port Melbourne. Itc(luie.scat in placo. 'Pulljishue Every T'hursduy ,wlrtliy. T'1UIRSDAY, :10th APRIL, 1911.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON PROTESTANT CHURCHES' FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

1The rrsult of the play' i., a> lollowsn MIoonee Pondls M\ethodcist. It ,toals _'C l:hin)sN (1un111 ) 22 Ioils, I Neathershi\ goail), defeated Alonce Pomnls Ilai tis, I god al J tl ill. Surely this s Srecord Siotherhood, i goals 17 alhindIs, (I tentedl Maru ilby rnoug IPretS hýterians, I ol 2 behtinds. A Word to the Wise. -Itough pIinY will mot lie taloeated. A ýpitial in tlel 'detnt tribunal has beten :ppointed to attondl to :1i1 comsplaints. 1Exlhbitionis (11 had temperwl are not ill the hest. interests of the game: tries. This is ii record fir chi. c( it lahhts n t ittIat. \I. lids. Mol.th v. Kell. Mlth: ttnet iro iJohnson. Mar. Pres. v. \I. 1'k, 11-11t. ; umpire, \1illiams eon Tihe coiiiitte ieetts neixt Monud ay night. Applications for permits for that meeting to bit ii hatud by Sat irdiy.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

Soilmll yearlls ago a certain lpromineil'nt nIttropoli tai justice of the peace, >illnc d(ueased, I rlllarlked lthat ' il thoughl tile tPress was not infallible, it wa, a vueryv good indiration of what iwas going Ion illn (our midst," iand sol to 'mllie extent, the writing"> of tirw bes.t known novelists of tlt period, even although they deal ith fiction, Swhetreasi netwspaper are it in'ternted with fact, t Ia I h li a n a . lt ý 0 i of t i t' ig1111 ni? i' I'i time.-i." W hlii 1 ivate '.lunatic ai ui'lii t l iii in oligu ILIliit'' ll."i I 01 t0 I" I til il Sl tliroi ghii til olid i 'itlylltl' tie hero " " hWlroin' of. n I allil" rollmance wai s oi!, \hlio, alilthoI i mentally o.ui d int evory particular, had bleeln adjudged in.:in, and inrarcrrated in on ofi tlo,,' Idlaits ih i.'li i e in'joyed i ln t ul n Iy io l (GH' lIrnlo i n i .1|,'itioth and r'ilntrol. And iuch t ial- o.til hiad lthtir c'lilun llr | i lit y l l I i 'i t tit''gl'l. t 'it' lii to itrall il It alI it e ai ...

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LINCOLNS V. KEILOR. KEILOR WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

LINCOINS V. KEILOR. FCEILOR WINS. I lncolu n I'cilor pluS ed 11 Intlflt it l tlll ill the I)trest11C1 of nulllFUI1S iln(olr'~ic(t ouhwher~ls. I i coliis.----\Vest (c), \V' right, z tlcr··, IllazzIiul, \\'ilkon, Neilson, \\'iglirt, llji ll , \\oud, lain, t\il,1ri hu , I~igir, Ihiu1ce. Kci.r -K, \ati (Il, J)uiiIiiig ('I~uun(" i II, \E o Icr iu, \l c(ýre ur, M il bill-1 11c1. .\u(Icr~on, ('av(., Vat( . honu

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ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

ITEMS OF NEWS Essendon Branch A.N.A, Owing to illness Mr. Dan Brown will be unable to lecture at the Branch meeoting to be held to-night, and a quoit tournament will be held instead. Costumierea. Misses Alice McNamara and Annie Morrison, who have had fashionable city experience, have commenced | business as costumieres and makers of high-class tailor-ma.de costumes at "Elite," Station-avenue, Ascot Vale. A Cough Cure. Senega and Ammonia, cold and cough cure, is highly recommended as a proved cure. As winter has set in, a bottle in the house sl a wise provision, thereby ensuring a 'dose at the first symptoms of a cold, and so checking it at the outset. Mr. GI. O. L. Marrison advertises that the Senega and Ammonia cure is obtain able only from him. Coo-ee Club. I'he opening dance of tile above club was held on Saturday evening, at the SMasonic Hall, and proved a great suc cess. Thlere were about 140 guests pre M1nt, and dancing was thoroughly en .il 'ed. The hall was heautifully decor...

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CRICKET ESSENDON CRICKET CLUB. EASTER TOUR TO WARRNAMBOOL and TERANG, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

CRICKIET -----+ -- ESSENDON CiRICKIT ClUB1. LtASTIEli TIOU 11 I'TO WAll N AM. 11001 and ui T EIIANl, 1911, Bly "P'atitus," At "4.2_2 p.11. ti (hoodl I 'lriti y ei' thi' rai ti'ant i'illld out of Sjpencer stwtt't. carrying :.:. ,Ioyttl turd eq t'us ttnt tra r'lli'rs to that, buIt tIn' of ct Itt rt fromil whet'n'c all O aijt'l ' ar Ille Sli rxc din, iy tsorry to i eturn . living braii-inla gd itl n oas y, t'vtrybody wais glad to haw' the op Jort lt 'ty oi't Iquit't '"et. There Wert' Itto to o jicts III wIal : ltentlr , to phtyQ cr~icket'; ,t'condly, in ,wel soLwte~ II igt ' draci t' of('' thir or ' -ii .ld neittty, the1 l St i nitt :loc th prlsovary ivuled uitu reti n ta s-ad in it laintivo ditty, spotted patlld ito lhua ' you," lifote tlie .hort'tur-stricioit attdi otile( could athfair texuiia lits, ttlt not clictrtt burst fort llotis to the stipilh an last osicit ico e There aist t" tort itrnt &tV," by 'Cthiaping' tlr aly Ihadt tha ritally surbU ising to befove tu arthediec ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

CASH 1 UTCH R! 73 PUCKLE STRELLT, MOONEE PONDS REST QUALITY OF 0001)S. PRICES UAI.4AN'EE;D Id 1'E11 Iill II JEOW ANY OTHiER BUTOCHER. IIREAD DILVEliv lt)D 'VIHlROUt.11OUT' 'Ili ,DISTRICT. (1 ALL GOODS FIIRI FROM AIDl1IAlEIIATION . A. M!ILE BAKLE, PASTEYC4OODI, &C. 11111 6 NAPIER STREET, ESSEINDON J IW1IEATEN MEAL 11EAD A 8 PECIA lI r. bIH )PItNICSi. tOCIA. R SPEiIAI.t.X tATE LtIED i-OH. YOUR1 tA'TiONAuI: UlSI 1, I I ,LLY M lotII . 4L E.SCH.AFER I MANUFACTURING JEWELLEIDR S126 PUCKILE sTnRET MOONEE PONDS I e Watch anI d Clctkh epairs (utranteo d for 12 Montlla. Jewellery Re-tuade into Any Design. All kinds of lie:;.irs Noatly Exeluted. ICOENBED aOLD BUYER. Giilding, Silvering and Plating Done. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx \ NOTICE. W\7 beg to anno ce to the residents of Noonuee funds S that we have purchased tihe well-known and old-estahlished S Chemist's IBuisiness at 39 Swa IstoI i Street, Melbourne, X known as the "Cathedral itartturc. \Ve take this opporltunit...

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MOONEE PONDS C.C. EASTER TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

The \loonee I'onds biluh agattn madeh their annual !;aster visit to lIalian .tnd bitrrounltdllng district'. Leaving Spencer street by the 7.10 pn.. train on Thurs day, April Pt it, Ballan iwas reaioed about 10.30, itu ifter a hurried visit toli a fie If ofur old friejnds, hld was reatchted in good time by everybody. Friday brike doubtful, but cloered off, aitnd, althuolgl cllid, il, a pleasanlt dlay. An early start wt"l made for Bllake v"ille, au l there tie amt our old friends, headeri by those tiw good sports, 11. Hyatt and sion. .ftor tihe usual reit ni;, cricket wa" commenced, Blaklle tlvit 2, \V'lan '21, anI hloskins 17. bitting best. Brown I fio 28, Wi oiiii I jfor ii, and A. S ift 2 foi r tii, hlioed ell, si.no'1 ' Piil sd, lost ii ic lkets for 2(1,1 IS uslwift ii, G. G itr, i l retired, anl A. Si \ ii t i I ii o., doing the hul li the iSri lg. i:. S wift : ave it goodi exhibition of ( ref' l la itat i t g. il ilt visitors kept up their namdo as inter taiutrs dluring the 11ft...

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ESSENDON V. NOORAT. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

IsStIENI)t)N \. NttL)(1'1'f. \\'0n t by I ndon by lc runs on first Ut 111)11w5T l'irst Innilgs.. Stroing, h \\heatitlv.y ... ... t10 A.\it i en, linton .. .. . . . 8.. J. I'atten. Ii (. uler .. ..t . ... 11 L. Louig, 1) \\ihi ley ...... . -A Ildke\5 ,, b (' 0l(1(1 1' .. .. I. A. Lon,;, c Bianal: b \\heatley' U Sca)tt , Iistal n . ... ... ... ... 4 Johan.,nn, c Rcennedyý b McCurt Sgmitt, thw (b t1Ct'iH n . 9 Sutlz~itlt, I· II l ctitn ,. .c it linalitt, i and b McCartnet .t 18 I)tutlit, i Itotn t) lcCartney 1l 1Ltscal, tiun ollt ... ... . . 1 Punting, b Liton ... ... ... ... 8 'lnner, not u .. . . . Andelt'1'5on , ,t ( rifith, h McCar t S undr ie ... ... ... ... ... ... ... { Sllllill el ...... .. .. ". Z T otal ... ... ... ... ... ... ... tu t lottitlug.--,V \heatley 2 tot 10' I. McCartney t 1 for 17, V. Coulter 1 Itor J, W. Liston 2 for 20. ESSF NJ)ON. First ilttings. 11. cltloitty, t Pttb il att. ... t ILI. Maton, t i atten .......... F. Kennedy, c Lon"t ti Aitken : Coulter, run ou...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

NOTES. Cook was. probably the best man on the ground, being muich too fast for any pf the men opposed to him. Hligginbotham's long kicking in was very useful, landing* the ball well to wards coutre every time. 13olan played his usual hard game but was handicapped in last quarter owiing to injury to kneeo. Parris marked and kicked very well when playing half back, but did not seemn at hIome when in rock. Casanella was very good in the cen tre i many of Ascots' points being due to his line dodgy runs. Brown made some brilliant dashes, but his play was not up to what lie gave in practice matches. Isanes, Billings and Phelan were very busy forward, each scoring two goals. Phelan's roving was also first rate. Carmod and.Gooley were invaluable in the ruck, much amusement being caused when in last q narter they car ried the ball the length of the ground by marks and long kicks without any one else touchiiig it, Black and Lang did very solid work onr the back line. lBrainigan played ulclh b...

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ASCOT VALE V. ST. IGNATIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

ASCOT VALE V. ST. IGNATIUS. ASCots piayed their first premiershlii iiatch of the season on Saturday, when they nmet St. Ignatius on the Rich iond City reserve. Ascots tried new players in Casanella, Pholan, Brown and Parris all of whom acquitted themiselves favourably. Ascots.-B.olan (c), Isaacs; Brnni guan, Gooley, Bennie, Billings, Walker, Gasanelhi Cook, Oarnilody Darcy, Blake, Phlilan, iBrown, Paris, ilack. Lang, Hligginbotham. W. Bolan was elected captain for the dayv, the final selection hbeing left over till next Thursday night. Ascots cheered St. Ignatius, they be. ing a new team in the competition. On lay conmmuencing. St. Ignatius scored fIrst point, but Gooley quickly replied with a point for. Ascots, and from this on Ascots had much the better of. the play, Brannigan scoring another point from a long kick, and Isaacs a goal finiom a snap. After some more up and (lown play Saints scored another noint to which Ascots replied with a goal fronom the boot of Billings. . Saint...

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A PLEA FOR THE MAGPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

A PLEA 1O1 TiI MAGltW. The inqui'rics heii, ng ade as to the tll'ct Io bird lilft of laying ph(sphior is dt laits lor rabbiti lt>s brought ftor ward nuiny conftlicting oipinions, but a piit on , whiiih all 111ee to lite siati lied is tha it resIult in tihe wlholl.sall de>!> r'iuction of nu i'pi.s. l,'vt, ryone \\ho liha. driv'nll a iIoi.i'II-cari or i ha ridl h i! tin ioundaii y otf ;i iitatioin (all tell oI' a tlaii ofl poisotned mhpliei's whiclh hIiave tard hi itil,. )mi lii anl told hiti Vll lrl'l llat I1 0 thou Ii l hl i II ilt In' 1 1 ll- i l'ii kill id iiir birds til an r) l)bl ilis. i ThI' I ml i ii; iie is on.e ol Au.stralin'h nos.-t ,g.loriotlu avi Ia n t'l p ,to ,i n. . It i.?, li' - plain of the duln': i of the' Auiit:ilianii b iushl, whichi i.s oil, dull in lthose w\llo holav made ll" ;lltllt)pi to ull ler .-tand it. Sn tol day it \\ill bi, unher.stood hv th,, many inst';ad ot biIy tll, f1 w onlly, , lld tlhl n hitter re liro1a.hth 1 ill i)b hul rlhd I tl ltli '...

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FREE KICKS AT ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

FRiElE KICKS AT ESSENDON. Thoro have been many exciting,tin ishes at Essolldon, Saturday's matchl adding another to the list, It Was anybody's game at the finish. HIadI's sendon, despite their failures in the first lquarter, played more together in the final stagos, the result must have been different. Instead of establishing a hanidy I'ad lwhen they had the chances early ju the game, they failed and had to plqy an uphill game all through. 0.* * In the general ploy Essendon quite held its own, and there were at tungs sonie really gratifying evidences of syP tomatic tnotball showing a marked mproveinent and a promise of better thlings to come. Not much can be said against tie umpiro, as lie gave a good display wiatcling tihe game very closely ami poenalising the breaches without fear or favour. Essendon were awarded 43 freeoos and North 41. _ y _~ Billy Panin, who showed a tondoreoy to lhang on to the ball too long in the early stiaga, with iad results to his side; made uip for his m...

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ST. JOHN'S WORT. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

0 ~gt 111)2 ii lidc' I\Inu0\ as SI j Is~lll ~\ 1)11 iii ·clii ~C \1~hhl':)ihl i'1.iSt scts1 if11 Niw Slolth ~cii~ Wo's inciki 'Ilt cii )l Isoeii hg,\ l ~litlcs(0111.. Its 5j~ll'Qii lits 11115 \~)liI 111)1 ~5(4)11 ' ii iliiiii1 ho~ld 431 o' ii i· )iil itl~l li coti iI~~~i· L'i Id!r :Ilgil. It~IC 'Ii~ii'1 1(111)15 Io 1111 Ili 411)1)' 5ii, ~liliiii iil~lrctlis I~~~itl got's Ii~olsr iit itliii' ;sigliu 5(111 od thats Illo 11)11)1 iS 1115111 (Slidts~u iic)c iiadtI)b (Žl'ii)I \\ll' 1, hut t;ll' histsiisli1iliyi15 (Isi15

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THE PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

THIE PLAY. Essoendon opened towards the pa jilion goal, Turner sending the ball in from the wing; to see it safcly put out of danger by Shoeehan. Coning in again, iggle openedl the scoring account witth -a point from an easy chance. Pain was free-kicked for hold ing the ball; but North's' advantage was short-livedl, as Bickford turned them out, - and Walker and Ebbott played .to the wing, iloao passed in from a free to Clarke; but the ball went just outside. A flino hburst round the top wing by North produced a point and a foew minutes later, Haw kins, from a mark, scored the first sixer. A scrinuageo occurred in front of goal, tot of which North obtained a sin le A noticnable incident in n irun down the contro by Essolidon was a magnificent high mark by Erickson. North-, defeoce was too solid, and the d.followers had to chase the leather up the hill again. The, clever Cave was ,; too quick, and haInged at the, oal ; but thie trusty old warrior,t Mclutyre, msartked between the stick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

PUBLIC NO VICE 8. Telephone. Agent 192. ."TRINAh"tU1h" PflIVATE. IOSrITAL ltogidtaivtl. MEDICAL, 'AI PAd IIINA 'A'l IWI F'ELY EY'T'I;Nii\'1" ( GIIOON)!I TEIMLSL ON AP'1PLIC3ALION. IPAUK S'lTJLEKV, tICONEE' -PONDi4. (4 ilnluto ri n from ailwaiy Staltionl). Propriotrowe: Mtru. Ictledoroll. PflIVATLE N4),tIE1AL 1teaiateici. MEDICAL and MID)W1'ERIY. Every convo'lniill1no 'tLri III aLOLuLle. "Aralnui' P~ratt at tat, 1i(0001 Po140. (otl P10ollo 11riut). Telephonll. Allucot 5. LADIES' NURISEi At tond, Oa1t-tPt teltnt MRS. MU~IPHY 7 'rENNYSON S'1'., MOONt:lE PO)N1)D' "ST. ELMO" PRIVATE tlOSP'lItA. tciatcrcgltl 68 '1+101 PAJIADE, ASC'O'T VALE. MIDWIFERY A Ot'EClAt.'LX, NiJRS10 BURNS eoe Mlodorate I'elephone Apptied For. JOIN A LIVE FRBIEND(X aOUIitVI'Y. Ety bEoorn.1uO it MLE0ii l~lt 01' LI.) Lt'i ESSJENI)ON, loo7408, Aiciullt Oldir of For.Mtra. NO ENTRANCE NOt 1XIEtS World wide Or~der l~uc~at veta Eox Idtl trlbuliouos 1rom111 Ia` por t ncli. hilli Pay, tl per week Funeratl l3ontlltt. .-Z) an...

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UNIONISM AND FOOTBALL. CLUBS RESENT INTERFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

UNIONISM AND FOOTBALL. CLUBS RESENT INTEIRERENCE . The tti inbs exesutives of football clubs luhie been iuch exercised by thell encronoaclient on their plovin1e by the Trades Hall authorities. Many of the men in control of football are staunchl unionists, but they describe the inter ference of the 'T'rades Hall in sport as unwarranted, and "going too fillar." A president of one of the clubs which has been affected by recent actions of the 'T'rades Hall, ).has oxpressed himself very forcibly oil the subject. He saidi( -"'Ii, have bn a membher of a union1 for years, and I believe in the principle of, ulliolisml but I olbject to the ilnter fIrence of tlhe unionls, orl their' tialdtrs, in mattter's which do not concern them. Tlhe objectionl to ilay1 ing footbaill I matchesii I n d i lt g ilill y i s ria a iii - loi s. The day as grnted I1 i I p' iiiilill lit' hollidayV for the tworkert , nld thev shtili be allowed to eIjoy themsen oi their l t 'liday atl tilhey please. If lil' .the ti k...

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FOOTBALLERS' PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

FOOTAUALLERS' PROJECT. At the muoeting of the Victorian Football Associntion on Monday even ing a letter was received frbnm lr. J. Smith asking for the patronago of the association to a project to send two teams of Australian footballers to the Panama Exposition, and requesting that the president should be appointed to join the deputation, which, it is proposed should wait on the commis sion now inquiring into Australian ren presentation thereat, Mr. Smith attended the meeting, and said that lie and others had been giving the nmatter thought for some niontihs. They considered that the visit of two teams of Australian footballers would he a hotter advertisement than all the exhibits. One man, if lhe took the fit into his head, would finance the tour hinmself, but they wanted the Gov erinenet to give some assistance. Delegateos, however, could not obtnin fronm Mr, Smith any names of those as sociated with himn, and it was decided to take no action till; firther informia tion was suppl...

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SCURRILITY. ABUSIVE, VITRIOLIC LETTER FROM A BIG PUBLIC BODY TO ANOTHER PUBLIC BODY IN REPLY TO GENTLEMANLY LETTER ON MATTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

SOURRtILITY FROM31 M. .y ND bM. liO:1lt Oi Allit'SIVEh, VITHtOL1 IC L "'I;tT VHO3M 1 li( lJG PliLIC( BiODY '1'O A \NHil l: t I'li LII BIODY IN REPLY T'O h;\INTE1.NLoY I,, 'liT t U T 'J'JI (I 1'1-Ill, 1J( 1J'' The Iifoulin,! lettI.r 1rnsh the E'ssen Idun C~itv Colt))( it to, the \I. ;nod \i. 13 arl ofi W o'rks." asll thi" rI-lly f'ur Ssild lv the AI'i Ig ` tel 'tars, Mr. I I. I ii g I I 55 , li vie 1o u en , a f;t Mlon ly - )neltingi of th,, k." ilendo C'ity Melbourne .Umih ltpli91In 'i( t ni 'f \', hi i t an . I , ,ll l),"wa "I ,,t., 111.11 um i e. .1 ib 1;" l ii meetilig of this Ionn iL , a II ,'n tolltu (. pinee oil the subient ar t n slt -h i . ip I itetene oil tilt, S i'rii, , ii I ,. I, a ii a; u to whether itsnli i ir'i' Lu Ilij lti * is wholesoimre "f id litit I wl1r hu iumlpillptio ll, iiid I l di (tel to eiui'r, if the Board a I ;II ;I ne, hau al analytical re Ipnrt tint) the health aunthority on the ltt.'r. mid it ýo to kindly itate the I ou s ne i : i tnXli. Yourti faithf...

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 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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