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FOOTBALL ESSENDON V. NORTH MELBOURNE. SPIRITED GAME ON THE ESSENDON GROUND. NORTH HOLD ESSENDON OFF AND WIN BY 4 POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

FOOTBALL 2lESSEND)ON V. NORT'i M1EL BOURNE. SPIRITED GAME ON TUE ESSEN DON GRIOUN)D. NORTH HOLD )ESSENI)ON OFF AND WIN BY 4 POINTS. By "IRight Wing." A.fairly large crolwd assembled oil tlI EIssi'todni groundt onl Saturday last, ira ainticipatton of seeing soIto Inlright football solerved tiui by thle neighlbour itu rivals, Essemlon nildt Nortll lol bournte. b' rai. during the week had made ti pilaying, groundl more ill kOeeping with the wltoel', paustime a state ot things much appreciated by the play ors, who have had harid ground to play on proeviously. Noitlher tean was fully represoetet', North suffering most from absentees, having four of their promittent play (I's, hardy theo clever little rover and captain), Carpetnter, Gitrdinor oaitl Miles out tlhrough injuries sustained in the previous match; the hardness of the ground having nmuch to do with tlt) injuries. The Essendon back line was weakened by the absence of the redoubtable lick Madden.. A fast, strenuous gannele, free f...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

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SPIDERS AND THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

SPIDERS AND THlE WEATHE R . "Multitude of spinners (spiders) is token of much rain," says Friar linar tholuniow's book on natural history, publishetd in the sixteenth century, but Lupton, in his "Notable Thitngs, whereofi some are wonderful, so1me strange, somuo pleasant, divers neces sary, a groat sort profitable, and niany very precious," printed in Gootd Queen Boss' time, declared that "the gireat number of spiders do foreslhow that the Sumumor following will be pIstifer ous and plaguy.'" More modern obser'ver' tell its that before stormy weather the spider tdraws in thie tlhreads of his web to the shortest extent; when these are lollg the wteuthoer will he line. l)uirin"g geia the spidler remainis iIunder (co(er; it ii comies out to work, expect tine weather. Spitderis falling ult of their it hbs iii dicato rain. Siideres' webs glistening in the grass and on low scrub )are ai sign of lirne tten her.

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THE CRICKET IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

'TilE CRICKET IN THIE HOUSE. 'rThe comning of a cricket into a house is generally regarded as a sign of nod luck, If that is so, then there sihould be a fine tinme in storo for us, for crickets, enlivened by the recent rains, are now pajticularly numerous. Fabre, the French naturalist; in or doer to study the habits of crickets, bred them, an operation "requiring no particular preparations, but a hlittl patieuce,' hey were, established in ordinary flower-pots containing a little earth, and covereq with a sheet of glass. Their diet consistedl of leave of lottuce. Crickets sometines make theiuselves obnoxious in vegetable gardons. Fabre shows that the female held cricket lays about 500 eggs. 'IThey aro laid singly, about a lith of IIan inch in the ground, and the earth is raked over the hole. Each egg is lit ted with a lid, which the young one lifts on its uentrance to thie world. It is hatched in a fortnight; the young one is about the size of a flea, anid is white, but becomes ebou ...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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THE BLUE-TONGUED LIZARD. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

TLIE BLUE-TONGUI ED LIZAfD. To many jpoplo of nervous tolmpera meat the sight of a lizard is as dis turbing is that of a snake, a faot to be regretted, for most lizards are. harmless. The smallet kinds cannot inflict a bite, and the larger ones will not do so unless captured and teased. Liasrds are useful crontures, feeding on insects mainly, the larger ones help Sing to keep down snakes. Fights be -tween gounnas and sinakes have been witnessed times without number, but the smaller blue-tongue is no less vali aeit, It will readily attack a snake, iand it is a pity that people who meet it eonerally mark their esteem withi a stialk. The blue-tongue suffers for its ungainly appearance, and for its bad manners in so frequenmtly putting out its bright blue tongue, which makes ;u+o unsophistiocatod regard it as "dan gerous." It is quite a friendly crea ture, and i camlp may become a pet. Instead of being killed, it should be enceouraged.

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MILITARY FETE [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

x/IiBLITu'rRY PETE ''I( I. ~ ill 1>1 ;LX EN'!' ~l 'l 'A~l L ~11'. 1 (it i ii iii Xj1I ;(.isll.) ( lalptl~i' sit ;XIts.

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CORRESPONDENCE IMPROVING MT. ALEXANDER ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

eoOREsPONDENCE I \IItti IN(; N i' . A II-;N .\ Nl) I1 IlUA11. Cribi i trit', : tii , iTlr i uio tltttt ilitl o 'i.k the ma titin loi'd litll t 1i t it jt'ctl tr ,t i111 t ii i jiitutlon ,11 11. 1\v al t al Iiti t ug h aIt r I itt it rhalrmilw, I nli' uation,,, 1lkerit,, t'tc., aiI i te' iil one, i i l it t it t itt' 1u lihiii in nt ai edil iii tut a i t'o ii bl l E iII Ii'e drtvoutly ,I,"ire, 1. .1 coi ll l, nIIcem ntlII t, t mliI ht Iii'turn t at ii Ii i that pia t of thii it' jll i tlll~lll iii t'i~'t't'itititl,j iii l~ titi' ''in mlall1 1i11 r 111 lu ow ,"uclu.,(' i t h t eir Q I '-n' ' ', i tI t 't'. . it plact I irt It it turlr II hit lilt liiei t rd i t 1ti1 ' tr acite, aI il t a IIIt it IIof Ut l tit'ip t hhittill i ihti t lh Ir tlt ibtrd il tt* n thini g I , i t. 1111lrp 111 b111 1!. , t In tll ''ig g itillld h uidtli it Ilk' lt,' t i' h t-otili t lintI m)oo1,ing, mopks)I, t \ho minoie I roum twt ,a nd mul fr and unty li :,eilo in 11uz ,'11 hint' under the two,", or hakling ...

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SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

SOCIAL BREVITIES The death is ,uioulnl(ed of Ali. 'Annie Louise Kem'y, wit hi t Ctl et iet occurred at her residenc'e, "I,;iran." Carew street, Sindr~inghamI, oil 19th instant. Th'le declased hlay Ia W,; sisteir of MrsI . C,. .il11l'3I'Ino mill twais for ta number of vars it a lt tonne resident of \lonine Pondi . Mrs. J. II. Onacweven, 101 Jhwkhcl·y st., EsseJ doi 1 , will its iuture be at home first \\Wediesd'' iii the listh) 11. Mr's. It. H-. Itodta, of \"aynor, \'elliingtoi strct, Flemington, is spending i i few cIays at Iiallaitat, and wishes to intimate to her friendst that she will not Ihe 'at hoe"' onil tlie first Friday in May. IThe death of Sir (George )onghlty, 1'nionist M.1. for (rimnshy, is reported in a cable nossage fhroin London. SiM George Douglhty, who was in his 60th year, was a nmerchlant and ship ownler, and on two occasions he was elected mayor of Grimsby. He was first elect ed to the House of Coininons for (Grimsby as a Liberal in 1895; but three years later jo...

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BIRD PROTECTION EXHIBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

, At tlhe All-Australiin Exhibition in 'Mlbourno lnst vyeanr, there was n Bird Protection Court, organised nnd ar raiinged by Mr. . W, llosenheiin. In stead of' grouping together a nacre iiseloum collection of stuffed birds, the exhibit was arranuged to show the econ omic value of birds, and in this it was outiroly successful. Somnotling of tie kind slould be done at tihe Sydney Show, and, hlutter still, as n peorman oit exhibit at our Museumn and Zoo logical Gardons, a *a

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

NATURE NOTES (By "Camumeray," in "Sunday Times.") Would you like the wild birds to come about your ganrdon? Theon erect a drinking trough and a porch for them on a post or a treC, and leave a little canary seed where it can 1' sceu. It may he some time before you, succeed, but when one birild arrives aind inds himself welcome, he will bring his mates. N.I.: Kil ll l small and grown-up boys with gun.s or ratalpult,. 0*e

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NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

NOTES BY THE WAY By "Oharrerr, 'lTIe political Labor (onfterenc, it their meeuting this Easter passed a rr solution to tlhe effect that all boarded out children should have the hiuses they are in inspected by Goverlment otlials, instead of by the mnellbhels o a voluntary committoee, and also that no per1son who had a child boardedltl olut should have less paid for its moaitin nlince than 10 a weeouk. This-is a motve towards thieo mnanagement of thle L(char itios by the State. The Premier, Ilr. Watt, evidently does not agree wiih the Go ernment running the charities, and dclivered himself to this effect at the opening of the new Elianbotlh Fry Retreat at South Yarra on the 21st instant, Hlo.sanid that w11ile the Statec could manago a good nlan1 tlhings bot tom than groups of .individuals, the charities would be far better looked after bly private philanthropy. Mlr. Watt's argument was, in -teo mlain, that the sympathetic elemen1t wlould 1(1 "practically olimuinated if the charities w...

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

LOST AND FOUND. "FOUND," J. W. Diamuond, thi Premnier Asphalter, 11 Elthaun street, Newmuarket. LOS'rT, I'uckle sitreet, April 22nd, fox terrier dlog, whlite with black head, answers to "Laddie." Good rewad, Rtichardson, i llonlce road, hlMoo neu fonds. LOST between St. Columba'a College and Miller street, child's gold brooch, "Pet." IlReward, " Heolhton," Miller street. CONCERTS AND PUBLIC EVENTL J MONE E- PONDS -- THEATDEP toONEI Conuntjiiloni with Amatlgamaite-d Pilc , WturOO, Ltd. '1' 0- \i)ill l'O-NI(tll' '1'0-Nl lt'l A COMPLE~TEl (llANUiE I' OF PROGRAM M Including MARY t'1CKtFORDI IN A BISHOP'S CAKTCiL4li By lhe, Faituous lalyers' Co. SHAItClAl. NOItiCE Coei ng MONDAY, MAY 1 t lt'o ''lkid'e Nightst Only, LONDON BY D)AY AND) NIGHT lull Oclellatra.' dental Prices atitnees, INturdeay and All lioliday( , at 2.,D child ren hailf-pr'ice. P iline, Acot l33. I' J. We st, tsiMna r. ýA'l It l)AY- 2nd dl.\1.1 E100NEUN PUBLIC HATL (O pirii g lAii dii Iailay it Labotio . THE1 (liltFA '~I x...

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ALBERT LODGE M.U.I.O.O.F., MOONEE PONDS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

COUNTRTY ICOADS BOAtD. -+-- - (tit l,'ridat y last, tihe cIhlirllin ofi tlhu l.1. (.'.I'.), and .Ml . ,'ncke, ;mother toeber ol' the Board, tmiadte an intiet vli.in ol' somellut a of ItIn diiiin ictads it Ilrot;idl by tdow ' i re i to t Toil prt silt of tho til re l( . Al'x. ofl ture Hoad thl ithe ,-lire alhdl, and there r as follo prs:-nt: . rll, tall, t one ti. ('inous li, aoidsMe Lttean the shime :eretary iMr. A. T. Cook) ving pt'lhirr enUity der Mr. \. ilui uo l'ullar), The ading '' o the oard, ciatl theil Invitation 0o1 the president, iave ae very lears, and elalnation of the lhods udopte ll by the soard ise rgarto tlhe wording of the Act. 'The lrinclipal features of thli as rt ady tid whe shire there us follows been orn down to About nlext August thl, Board will defl itelrdy lloatong thor amounts to bo spent on tho vrlohis inain roads, after rohaving previously detf frmind upoot wlo 16t rot ads are to be classed tounder dthla heading. 'hen the councils will be authorised to sp...

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

ANNIVEiISAR V -------4 - - The East I?>, olon MeItholdist Stun dlals nrhootl 1ehld their twelfthl anniver 'iti ll'ii''rt nt Thlul lday lit, thi chai (rlllt being elltl. Ti C. it. (lilte. pll'nio e i ai l I I te d t n I ill 'i reici lttionls by the Xl liglittoi Methodist I l lsit';I Society, conduct cd I1\ Al I. programme: -- ('hor, Kensi(gton slt '\nli \\ laiii (1111 J~c~ill\ · oi , k\il Methodist Ml Jusieal tocit'ty; solo, .\Ir. Alex. Ithile; rl citatitl, Slr. lIon Mitt lim, (ea rt ) ; solo, 11 r. Fred I lorry (encore); Part ,:our~ \loonlightt,"' len slgton l- let ltotint Ai i l ·a lcieti ; Isolo, Mr. \\It. ii ! Illarl sonu, Kn-1. nt itolit Met hoi diit Musiea fl ocicty; hurn s, ""loop and liest,' Kensington iiMethodist iial Society; solo, " oli-ti ther iitiari Mr. Fred ill rt rttllj cita- ii tioll, r. lied \ll X White nore); solo, 1'ti. Win. Cont; part Soi Ken 'Illtoe t'ill he l ii uc l itsiŽ f oil 111liiet - silo, I l r. l Ling ( cord) recitation, .Mr. I', \Whitteroft (cuneare...

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS JOHNSTON—LUCKWALD. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

ORANGE nwsssoms ---- 4 - _ _ J)IINS )N(-- 'i- ) ed in te I'rt-ht ti ll h ulrclh, Mtui the cIIt actilog Ill tics Itinlg, Mr. \X'il Iilut Ihiwig ll t'alt, oily dauigh tei o 1 All's. I IIckwI oftl, asc't Vale, turd \1 r. \V. IMi. XX. l, of A4'IIU(iR'. liii' 4'4'cII V I4'iI.' p lormel by thI Illt. Williami liraci, lI1.. 'helwbide, Ilt 114 444. giveil at~ 141 144 ter hiotlici' prietty init ,Ag 1I ot ' ci 'i'pe ite ctlelle, trilllllrc tl with . soft silk lace·(, pearlls, andtl ora:nge hli lotus. Th long owr train -t \as o~f ivoryr saitin, iise with1 thick, tiilk curd, pearlsh atld oan go blossollls. Site wrout' e i)131t11 tifuilly ulllbloidwred l lil alrlnllged cap 001shlionl, 1 1)(1 carrie it 1ite shlnerl Gertrude Foti l11r (lfrieid of the bride) anid Miiq. (tMauid Potterl (colsin olf the bie), Ti e or aitily gm ed i creanm and noro mob caps of mille, with tiny pink roses, and carried pinkl ;ho ier bouquets. They also orei curb braislets, the gifts of the i ridsroom. Hliss Givendolino Jo...

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SUNBURY WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

SUNBURY W\ATER. TRUST. After lunch the meeting of the Sun bury Water Trust was held. Present: OCirs. Johnston Michie, IBluckloy, Ford, Starkie and O'Brion. On the motion of Cmrs, Michio and Buckley, Omr. Johnston was re-ap pointed chairman for another term of 12 months. Cmiir. Johnston thanked the Trust for the honour conferred. A letter was .received from Messrse. North and Stanfield managers, Ben digo, offering to sell to the Trust 3 blocks of land near the off take.-])e cided to take no action. The Secreotary said he had given final notice to soelvral who wore in arrears with water rates.-Deague and Son wrote denying any liability, and re ferred the Trust to the owner of the Ituportsiwood Hotel for payment of the £4 claimed. Mrs. Nora Murphy wrote stating that she was not aware that her husband owned any land in the water area and if such was the case shelo would be willing to sell tihe land to the Trust. In any case she would ask for 14 days to interview her so licitors before p...

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SPORTS ST. THOMAS GRAMMAR SCHOOL. A VERY SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

SPOuTS ST. 'lTHOM.\s (,l I\.01Ala st'lilth)L. Th. e a11Iiii 11 al l ll til' ;1110\" i( school were iheld n the iiMoinu \; 1ey Racecourse oii [tria l Iast i I r.1 A. V. II skets, iII spite of ini impit unlt race ileetnig o11 ti' 11(o1ti 1Mn Monday, kindly giranted the ius,' tlk, raceiourse f iti' the ito' iasiill. i i ll' was a Very large attendancr e i ) tat parents, friends antldl suporteo r Is ilt boys Iand it tuost have Iu gr(c lit ! in to the hen dmaster, Mr. ( reshian It inson,Ato see such a huge crowit*. i\vll protmuent citi zeus of tilt district \ic' tpresLent, and it shoews that. the ' ran mu School sports are lieeniing the event of the year. The laito oll grandstand Were a picture, and Ai though winter is aist appronachinug some of the ladies wore brtoight. 'os tumes, and with the school flag Iloit hig in the breeze was very pleasing to the eye. A string band also enulivened the proceedings,' all the latest solce tions being renderod, Afternoon te was served in the refreshm...

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

DANOING. BALLROOM DANCING C\ALL, WITE, Ol PHONE 5608 COENTR'1AL TO .111. ANI) MRS. Cleveland PHOFE11SSO) S OF DAI)NCINU AT i11 l .1I .\l)l; 204 u UMbM'i MOND ST. CArLYow 1111 TI l1 11 PIIOSPECIUS WHICH ( 1.V l:- ( PII LAIIS BE Iiall NNEHSt. CLASSES AND PRIVATE TUITION MR. dir 11rS. CLEVELAND can he seen any tieo fromn 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the ablove address. DANCING DANCING The Dancing IBeason hast begun, You need not go to France Just call aroundL to Mooneo street, Thiat's whre you'll learn to dance. MR. & MRS. BARTLING 33 Mloirce Stret, Ascot Vale All liallrooIi Dances 'Taught it Oine Quarter. TIers-u-1- d pr quarter, ingle Lesson, l tei. PUBLIC NOTICES. mum a. Mw MaMaM a. ii urn ur MM Mi umM ? r S EVEIRYIBODY S SUN-BURNT! ? ? ? * U T hILat's why IY EverybdIy's using ? ? * U SALMOND OREAM : : An ANTISEPTICO, SOOTIHINOG ? and IIEALINu LOTION. ? ? u SFior Sunblurn, Chliavied Hands, r Face and LipU, Complexion and ? I r ir a arll roughnesso of the aklin. A r va~luable applli...

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ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL Tuesday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 30 April 1914

ESRENDON CITY COUNCIL _ --- +-- Tuesday. April1 21. ('r. Kinnear asked for leave of atb en1ce for thrleo lonth us, i ii elli Ills ill tenltonl to leave for Western Australia for that period. Granlted. i. ... Phillips and W. N. Pearson asked for t lould or two of filling; in in Ii\ 'll l'o n lI o (I'01 1 ''0 I)ll tilliil(' ill Ill pso: lu ro dcl, the lItter I ompl a 1iin1 I t h l Ih i str ŽCt h il li lt h uln ;ih' I ll'd jai~ycllSlt of till'G 'I 1iV illlg 1111'' lll stuns. prvIously. --so 'r' tillling to he done; A. lurfllhlyt 0 10 111 t lId t tll' '~~0'111( 1 l surveorl to riper.or was r1ght as to a~lignmernt 110( Ilralii .. Cr. Shanlowers seoand fo. others ase Ci'. Roberts Illovcll lii (ml~llC nlllc1(l thalt the lat-street reftlrtiredil to h11 loth iiit fr farthr consideg aty on theo asphatll, and C stream o(01111er \llas to heair to e nt patli. urveyu to01 (i.. T holle sercotl la(.n AeId Ihu r I'l~l 'l{d. oploy'ssnt of the "ivini ti rod" ir's Queen's Par1k, In the search for wager...

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