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CHURCH OF CHRIST ASSOCIATION. NEWMARKET V. ASCOT VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

CHURCH OF CHRIST ASSOCIA TION. 'NEVWAIRKET V. ASCOT- VALE. The above match was played, at Rloyal Park, and after n most excit ing game tie Ascots ran out winners Sb 5 points. The strong wind forced umost of the play towards the Fleming ton rond goal, and Newmarket had first use of it, and scored 3.3 to nil., On the -change of ends, Ascots were soon attacking, but at half-time were 3 points in arrears. The third quarter opened in a mlost determined manner, both sides going their hardest, but As cots played a wonderful game and kept their opponents down to 1.5, while Ascot scored 1.1. The final quarter opened with Ascots determined to wipe o? their deficit of 7 pqints,;-and after a good game they were winoers by 5 points, Ascot Vale, 4 goals 13 behinds; 37 points. Newmarket, -1 goals 8 behinds; 32 points. Goal-kickers.-Ascot Vale: J. Davis 3, D.' Simmuns. Newmarkot; Willie S. W. Harry, G. Harry. Ascots did not play such an even' side as usual, and some of tle players did not got into ...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

Hospitals are generally sbippol?,d 1t be one of tle results of the introilie tioui of Christianity into the wortIl although we have seen that fact dia putod somewhore-but, he that ;as it may, the example set, by the daily life of its Founder speakl trulnpl)t tonigued as regards tlhe matter o0f (ur d(ut.y to wards the sick poor. \hat are occa sionally termed the "medical charities" in this country are of two kiids--tlhse that are intended for people in strait oned circunmstances, and at which pro fessional attendance, mediicine, nurs ing, etc., are all free, and those known as private hospitals where a substan tial fee is charged for accunlnodiationi and bedside service, in addlition to which the patient finds the fee for his' physician or surgeon. It i.s needless to say that tlhe doors of the lattelr cla.,s of institution must, of' niiecesity, re miaiut always closed against any butt. the *,wealthy anId tho.s- in hIliat itre called "'comfortable circullstances." It mlay be remlarked...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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ESSENDON CHURCHES FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

ESSENI)ON CHURCHES FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.. Mooneo Louds ethodist, 11 goals 11 behinds, defeated Kensington Moth odist, 6 goals 20 hehinds, by 21 points. Goal.kickers.---M. Pds. Meth.: Pullen -I, Latimer, Snape, Fraser, Carl Ryan, Clove Ryan, Watson 'and E. Trathan one ealch. Ken. Methl.: Cornelius 2, Olipson White, Fairless and Groves 000 Ottellb. MIaribyrnon" Prosbyterian'. 17 g?,as 10 hehinds, defeatetld Mooneeo Ponds B'aptist, 5 bohinds, by 113 points. Goald-kickers: Streeter 4, A. Falli, r o, Find'lay . Fielding 2, Plunket, J. Falkinor, Wdlinaus and Sweatnmin 1 each. Next Saturiday's MIatches. Mooneo IPonds Meth. v. lMarihyrnoung l'resbyterian. Umlrire: Watt. Brotherhood v. Kensington Mlethlodl int, Unipire: \Villiamson,

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Electoral. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

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BOWLING ESSENDON SOCIETY V. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

BOWLING ESSENDON SOOE'I'Y V., CAl,F D)ONIAN SOCIETi Y 1OF MFL BOURNE., ''lhat bowls is an attractivc game goes without slaing,. We have all road how Admiral Drako, thlough toldt tho Spanish Armnada was in sight, could not forego 'the pleasure of fin ishing his game, ''Though there is now no featr of Spanish invasion, the lEs sondonians invaded Victoria bowling greon on Eight Hours' )Day, lilled wit ardour'to couquer the Caledonian. So oioty of Melbourne. And they did. 1 \Vell nigh' forty Scots dared the "bMt tle and the breese" (especially the brhose), and with the ranpantt lion flutterlng overheadl, spent a very plea saut day. Tho bowling was excellent, tihe social t aspect was fully maintained, and overy one voted the outing a good one. The first game started at 11 am., iand finished at 1.15, 'Mid cries (t "lOe up," "Tako nmoi'o greun," '"That's a good one," the lively banter of' op pon~nts, anld "tlh acrobatic perform-i uices by Messrs. Pridlinm and l)enhatt (the opular president...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Military Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

M i,. . lt,: - l ithary ,.i h,,tc h. . .' IDiiartiji tu 1 ('r ia 'tilI. e C('rlto : .lr. Ih ~rI, ti , id: \hr. ?K- e 1. u--?-., or I ttittle rutit erry II iii it (3

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Offensive Behaviour. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

(W ei',..,v, lteha','iu r. Irh )ii y ituh- it?n' d (;(Iiiii Neil-.n. ,'rank .?JvC(.'arrow, and Itdbt. .la n,?, i( t iiarid o the irl'm'llatioul h onsl lta 'l i J tih M-.iden *ii ith hl)', hiii.;t in anl off[,ql.w, malnner in .\lariihyr~mn , iii? l n .~ l i tli lit tth.tt i Il orn intl ,tt ll that i aliI I t .ililt n il tril Iitht I It , 'l t al y II iiit t tit .tabl( , 'Tlwi ,ditt hi w tilt :wi tti.,''I iii '(,)11 ' ~,)l h 'l", 11. 11-.1) (' ll.t " i ll lf ,, f tur' ('('Il );(tiher ll earn . l (f Illi.l i. fr trai ll.. tlt iil lting (itt I itthi puitl Iitjit i'titiiiti\.s itt tlit' ir~iir ('I it~ ). , .(11 st' tIii ' I 1t't i -.. I ' lh i" t ii iteIltIi. il' oiit.i ive,. Tt . ?_ l,, .; miu , ' xe',i , sl,(' arrLL'Io\w t; l'ted it) l'llll anld fIlour iicot (1 Hintal h ( hla',.t'( 'l'\e('k COrrohof a,(d, (uro,' n Nteil.<,n -.sat,., he> na? ;) tnI neeI1 ,);,r' atIl wr(' l tic,. . 1J1 , 'it, +as 1.\ithi •in ()I' o mptnD~lions. atl corn'ier of. [')ioln • tret and +larilyv n...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Maintenance. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

Ii- te Iln.| 1'iI; I n?ic. ance'L, ndlt thlroug?:h thteh' .?{li{'it rs, .O|1. (.?, J. %h:J" ,'le gric n , fl r ' p in] .t l,;illn'?, M r. FoI']r?longjOe fol dlenL'lldlanlt, ;aLre'ed Ithat ii oriler fur 1.2 IM per \\i ,k , lim l . l)?,'enldant, ho fhind at suret~y ofJ [;'){. iln filllilmIi llt ofi thlii d elIi Ir, ill d iiiit iii, nllllllth , i a ioiullirel , ;aL l ] (I (lfh nd t[lli t Ito ]ay [3 ;s ma, , a thin 1 Ja '.; next IiayI ,,i nt tI (.' k ,ii (C 11l1. ll h I11t.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

THUMIiBS UP \'From C'c` u~l l( )lley Stalida ;II d~\ 11 [Tt4 1i tittil. Vt llll tt'' it i tlIt l h "ll-ith l lilt elit it\tll it~ t t 1t tdiil. W iy, I htjlt l ' i : iil' a t-alll i rrici ti t g.lI et ilt la " i t ti tt tttll, t.titi Ptj t1111 t ttltt Ilit I 'ti l hilijiti I ll.A ti it i1 <,i. tl ., +il itrln, ticetti t l iy Y I in'i th i till\l .itt, I ehtii " tilit I'' II- i t'tl ti hll I l l cti l a. " i t hl i ti " ll I it!t i tllten ,titl i i ' tit i it t li I l llI ili? ' Itt Jlil, til.-l tlll ttlttt -, ui\ itV ttll ii, . ii ll t, SII lith Ii t l.ti tt t lil 1 iti tit' i-t i+Jlttt tllih ll tl Illt+ (iid r \i? ihli" . l tilllt It ti l ll itit i lttt ,i -ii- ll it, " -* il t \lt1+' t'1 itll . "\%lln (11 t \/,th thr > lii0i' ,ill. ) 0 1 I liiit itw lit Ju y it I I -tl Ol lttt,- tii t'ir ?tltl , II iltlit--,T" " ll el 1, , li, il P9rl na :t ,, li ), +'.: ittt ld ott ,ltttL\r,' it \ ti. t h t t "itid tt 1 h r t iittl b it > ti l i lit iallis t itt Aiit rillia." "h ...

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ATHLETICS ESSENDON HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

ATHLETICS ESS ) IN D)N IlAR Ill S. ~he jie ing iif t he crosa-country on ltuittay lst, lie iiiai club, wear ing titeic tll. ifoiirms, aisnliled to thast nt)I iiitaii'' titilligle aS the liadvi ii aII ii ilterl piistuittiis. A mini hr ot clii ·utlletied itt theie imtustors, ste iicmIpiiiiilyIii tlinng -was ru ittirilt. ntiIiint:s linitig itisent, Eassndon hiving iii Lii r titan 201 of their rego li it aiiay. ii \\i ca el's of tie red and blnck singlet cli mitt the LitlcuInshirO Arms I ttlit Iiixi Satr iiay ; ll now and ii 11untl~lng3 awbe; reinitd o oi

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RIFLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

RIFLE NOTES --- 4)1 414 tt't1j tltiit 1444 'I1t jt ti, Ž4i t't ( 4Ji'tjt' h ' l it I'l 4'lttitl t Cl b lit' theI (n I0th .11yrch 21 thula. abse 1tt ttlhlitt tid t ind tutti t'tin i t, t. '. 4411E. inihttllg ('It-1 dlij ) , then' a> aI re 1ti's~i't1, ;1444)1 >1401 Itt ditlult Icitir\l a1 ('lii thir.lt Thtl ude 'ta'ryreort'd uht ith ~N l:1mber hi01 for. ;113 1\as forty,('( and the C'. LI. I(CC. It thea also thube jtiliiftle tIwral I l-i t'tt41t44' tuitg 14144 waot ,t i'''i t1 t e otto) t'btl t diee chili's ith u''tatr't wu.4l~u notlitin it C. l. tIC ILii~tur 1 Tit i Mutt tot' pudnli Lttig ilt M inituitto '/ttiu tt'' 'Inil 1lub, and riutlt ii> 1n~ ottI tiaat trIlay, 2l.1t tt 2'il, it nt tI' ti. 'gItitti aL it' 41144411' thr tt hi1111'ittg ''-Mi ~It. Ittt))~lt~ j 1:1St NI 'a N I~aglaa 130, N isa 1".s Ihtthet'\att 1 tr Mi're Cttttstl 1r2)3, Mf p alm II'r In Nft'a. WiI ots we1 , nI t. I tit>ua tI NIr i ilfut'd 12 nion c'a..t(st tlerahtIe NImbr>. (J n ti' 120. flwao is gitth...

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LACROSSE HAWTHORN B V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

A----b---- iI\\\ \.iIO~-( lN):il H11I V'. ESSENI)(JN.~llll II ll~ll)~ll O)IL 111011 (111\11 gLILIIILII1, t~ii\ I~~ir~·l lit · t 5cl tlll )1it L ·II~," 11111 II "llII d ILIJIIII ~\( ~i!~l; ~cl ti',l I~lIIil II-,jllIL \~lIIII'IIII IIItl LL'IIIJLI IIL III' 1 .~iILI(l g j~III'IiI '0,

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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ASCOT VALE V. NORTHCOTE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

ASCOT YALE V. NORTHCOTE DISTRIOT. This match was played on thoe Ascot; racccourso on Saturday last nld won. by Ascots by 12 points,. In Ascot's team, Nick, Greives, and. Martin roplaced Bolan, Cook and hang. ,Go Ascots.-Carmody (c), Gooley (v,,.), anrcy, Higginbotham, Brannngan, Parr?is, Grloves, llrowun, Jlinnie, WTalker, Vick, Billings, Casanella, Pholan, Blalke, Isnaes, Blnck, M2artin. On tile bounce Blonnice forwarded to Black, but it was quickly returled and A\scots .backs were called upon ti d,, fond their gouI. ihnnii, and Par'i,, hy short passes, got in positiil ald ('a? anella scored a goal. ()It igiin, iar iiio(Iv sent to l'arris aid Ince got tirasthehind. l)idrict madi , On ad\van(.,, Ibut were stppen , hy larri ,, \\h ,o !la, I t, l)aas. i \ .ht we la- ,I i i,,, will .. th,, p,,t . - (i -t mui lhi :lIh'IId t nI (1(h 11r 1oint. I ; . \ I ' i ll .i ill, an IT diT trit hai i hll jt 'l . t ati a l . inl' 1 1. h.1 aml'lll, A'(O. ",a h w.1k line, too, ,'troupi? andt T11i 1~1;1...

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ANNIVERSARY EAST ESSENDON METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

ANNIVERSARY ----+t--- EAST I 'SSEI'NDION METi'11 1H)IST SuNDAY SCHIIOOL. Tihe ainnivr'lsary iofl' thi lihove \ s eoiilulded oi Thuri dlay, April 30t1, whlen theo prize.s wonl inl 1913 we re dis tributed byv Hlie. M. Lawthor, who of licinted as i chairman, The programme was opened by ti he scholars singing one of the anniversary hylnlls, iand after prayer the following programme was rondored:- Chorus, "Pretty Soug Dird," girls; recitation, "'ogging Away, ArnolI Iowdon; chorus, "Bay of isca y" (en cored), boys; recitation, Sadie Round; song, Dorothy Evans; chorus, girls; birid carol, girls. TWELFTI ANNUAL REH'ORT. The teachers and oflice-boarors of tilt East I]ssondon Methodist Sunday school beg'to submit their 12th annual report for the year bnding December 31st, 1913. Number of scholars on roll book, January, 1913, 111; number of scholars added during the year, 27; making a total of 138. Against this we had Number of chol ars left during the year, 28; making a total on roll at Decem...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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LITTLE MARKS AND REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

,i'l"r 'hl, MAIRIKS ANi) I'M A.\l1KS. No one anticipated sulch ai runllll-awayl victory, Perhaps it shows that Elsol dill nre settlitig down. At any rate, there was a inarked ilnlprovelent inl their goal-kicking. At tilles when they opened out, they played pretty football, picking the men ounb' with naccuracy. oao When the players abolish the pr1c tjco of tr'ying to pass by punting the hall into the clouds, and adopt thi quick and certanin stah kick, aud ihu art of getting away fromt tlheir (p. Ioneonts to receive the ball, Essdonh ought to he well-nigh iunviucible, owe Farmer, the umpire, miade a good impression. He watched the play closely and uisedl an amount of discer tion. in awarding the frees, These to talled 89, of wliich 418 went' to Brigh ton anid 41 to Essondon. It will he seen thnt Essondon were the higges( offenders in Ibreoaking the rules. Tlus is anothller bad feature, wlicih slhould be eliminatLedl from their play. It is not to tihe advantage of the club to give away...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

PUBLIO NOTIOIES. TIlephoua, Aol 1 ??191 **"ITRIN AFOUR"TI PRIVATE I-OPtYTAL IteaatuCe Id. Ml'I)I(1U.IRlJItUIfAh anid MIDWI)VI ll.Y PANTIE'1NT1'I' (AKEN, E XT1IN Ul \O1' t L{OUNI)DI TEILMH ON A'PIJIUA'I'ION. PARK ST 'rI?EET'I', MOOI?NEIS IPONIL): (4 min~lutes troin liailwh y Sta~tion) IroPrlo tro..s,: MIr. Iltdlletriisn. PRIVA'T~ - HOSPIYAL ~~iklutured. MEI)IOAIL kll .MII(WVtIEl Y. IA bSl MOLAT11l. "E¥0rIIU Lf' I'.lt 4 I t~llt? , 5(0olllB J °t1l't °'1 "Atila,?dl "t Pratt strat,:t MoollOO Potnds. (off ukolno Yt, root). T'olpl onel , A et, o 1 JI. LADIES' NU USE Attondt Out Patl i ,ntl . MRS. rivurPHY v 7 TENNYSON ST', MOONEII PUNI)H. "ST. ELMtO" PRIVAT1 HO, PIT''AI, (Ir itv 'ild 68 THE PARADI;, AUOTl VAiE. MIDWIFERtY A Plt'ECIALT'Y. Foos Modorate 'TI'tlphone Appl|icd For. JOIN A LIVE Ftl'l i 'i i)LlA iOtET'TY. lOy bwcoumluiK 1 U . ll. K 0' (;OTIIT EH NIU) , No 74~i. ..ciront Orlor of NO ENTRANUE 1,:1,E. HO IE\'1IS:. World wido OlAkir. Loho t Rtt oll col triblutlos fhom n t id poI we1k...

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The Play. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

Tihe Play. Essendon opened towards the pa vilion goal. Brighton had first kick, which 31. Madden markedl, and Walkor played to Kemp; the lantter hoisted first ~oal, followed immediately by one from Ebbott, who markedl on his finger tips from lHoare. T'he locals con tinued to attack, Fincehler adding two minors. TurnlbuIll was playing solidly for Brighton, and mainly thlrough lllis efforts, EssenIion were called on to do fend. Exchanging rourid thte top wing, Brighton got well in and Peddle marked. His kick fell sllort atnd was rushed behind. Mandden, I-loaro and Olarkoe brought the leather back; bIut Hoare's shot went astray, Tlhe play had evened up now. Essendon, iianly through lonreo's clover play, got with in range, Walker gettinig a single. Gibson dlashed away from the pack, shot the ball to Clarke, who tacked on third goal. Brighton now asserted themselves, Peddle gettinig -a single. In clearing the goal, Sevior "stopped one" on the noso; but the free kick he got hardly compens...

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TURF TOPICS May. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

TUrFP "Y(lO& Ily Even T'ime." t1iiy; Il3---ouncce Valh,, lauce,.:-WVeights .ay 7. 9, 11, 1.---Soiith iAitralian Jockey 'lib. >' I ,al l's Pnk tltae.. Weights 3it1 It. I i i. , illi n tow I s i n.. (Clul..-- ½''enio sa titi mm ilc 10i, 2() Ne.?(a.?tl, Cup .\l:,etiutg.- l'ilt tpta 't, - iay I u Iy. S0 . I1·,l, ,ce Vallhe I ?.a.,-.,.--N m inu ? Aay itl, w?,ifght. May 18. U . i, It, rt I i l b , - ". \, litJ . ½ | II . :?', 2?, ll.mh;,, ? t Cl. l u' ?,b. SUia. r a~·int h te iicH 3 . l.ll , 8;;. .I h lh i in .. ClubI AlHith lu, ?t' \. ting W e \ .i-',ht' City Sll ? lc?, I ,t it t iltt , i c p, ."tl ayi 10' ;.', nan.,. .\|,? :b ; bmtl pay "lomq ltllrij ('l,Vrd ,?h, ;IlttJJa3't ,\lay or. n lo l, aI m l td ly I I' u. I, .. . Jl, e. \'. Vl't,.a J {.,., ,, ('l nlo, 13: .'~, .l,. \' l, , lt Cre.. ½1 l 1. \i till 'tt 'a i ! ti'r Club. "?1, .?l .ll.?uvm. lt lll B'ujl.~ P l:( "t!\ W\illi ,?,n t i. Cllub. on t H. 1 . itoif Iau ing, Ilub, (Grand ni''t'i'tl 'u g i Meltingotiatngit (Itis l...

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SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

SOCIAL DREVI/ITES Xsli x X X I ,~aII, ,T X 1 .\ll 4 1 44 I 11l, .1 , . \till . 1 ,,I, . ,i 11 ot h, '1t h '.l." 4ill 4h 1 -t 1Lhur?+1(L ill XX4 ..4I Jhe14- 4u4,, ?11 bur ,,o44 LLh 14 abl~ ) i c~t~. · ;11411 1)41 11114 I 14i~i , 2!:tli r tlh" ".ia.' l Itt l, l ' 'l i-l b Ho st1 , V ill ,,. \Ij (n 11u~fu n4 x ) 1 3144 31 '3 11h)1t1 .ll 1144 il41:.1 ll , ,1 ., I.I .X11.ii., i 4i' n 111h41 ,411,b 1i4,q1 4 t 4,l41 aj1 h,11 l ( , al l d inul , U1l' danc(:," in (h , ".. 1?4 l 14 1 PuIlic 14 1tall 4114 14 day, 2Sh -\las, 10!., 4114 . C, 1 1 . .%, DJU1 h ,, Nut,,4l I4 l k, ,IiIi ' , I4 ll,44444 , wI ill 11 1t I.,, at I,ln, till thi 114 T411 41u ,iy in, \u;. .t. A t", rt'?z a d w , l , ?up t w I , hhld in? Y rok,, Presh t?.rianj (hutmb on? F~r ai.? ,th? Juna., Themaalite of t hee I~ij)iliI ii landU Xlitr I 1t 14 u1, i(41. ld h1 41 4lll a ',.4.hr14 44/Il bri, l, Iv?,nia in the, hall., 11'4. don, aout th u ,.bi of.J n Mr4, 441n4, t .\rthur Ihowt 4 .ll. ,14 Mlbs IHenie. (;lad\,- ('amllnal?, .-.?...

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Amusing Episode at Essendon Court. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 7 May 1914

Anlsing Episode at Essendon Court. Amongst the numerous offendlers algainslt the wandering cattle regula tlons of the City was a resident of llraybrook, the owner of an old bay mare. When his name was called as the owner of theo. animal, he strolled Itrrolgh the Court as. a maiin with a grilovance; and when asked if he plead rd guilty, he said: "It's like this, your worshilps. This old mare has been a faithful servant anild has now got be ,IIMd active work, and we've pensioned 1e1 off U as reward for past services, a are gnivimg her the benefit of the gira. round our district on the streota aid acant land. This is an advantage allowed to ratopayors of Braybrook, but the fact is: that cattle owners on lthe lEsscudoin side of the river have got Silmd of this act of kiudness to cattle uiwnrs by thie IJ1raybrook shire, and theyl take advantage of tihe hospitality ax woll, and thle result is that my naure iihas ot ilte biad company in mixing wih questionable animals who enticed i.r, laga...

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