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Business Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
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SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
80CIAL B3REVITIE -----+-- --- 'Ihe directnr of the 1Mooure I'ultls T'lheatJe have ar'ranged to gihe the pro ceeds of a picture night next Sunday eveniing to augmiiient the futik being raised for tllhe Uinligo Ithli cf lF'uIlnl, to help the families bereft of their bread wi* sers, 0*. The Aberfeldie croquet club are hold ing a card party and dance in the Es hendon Public HIall on 'lthu?t day,, 21st lay, 1914. *~e Thl mnuthly meetinti o tir 2 It it hti,, It ? idoll r ill sul'i'lt lli ,tt 'iet. , u1 ill 'i. hold it Tutday, ( tt h to t., ait t. Pu kl'e .'.tre.,t haltl. M r1. J. ,\llan will l-ec.ture iit 'I ti1 ; ii l' t, l ;ti ii llli tl't, iI. T . D \ \ n lt l., -u t he , i ,',l n , n It, l L r' liian t u): l b I ll b+_ ,.I ,.I 1.1 i'ti tlt-.h T h e,+ t, , ,P . ll;lI. :,&lt; ,- i/.llt, 1 1i.t i, li ,+ - t ret - , , ,otl ,] P i),, , toh, ,, tn i,,? ., 11ti 1 0i.?++., . , 11 1,i, at u 1 )11 ,?c, l I?, - i.t i , llitll i l i , ? t hi t i t t tIiii ., it I l' i t i tIt I i.'ii i ll...
Essendon Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
-W®0-0 Essendon Horticultural Society. A well-attended mneting of commit tee was held at the residence.of Mr. ], A. Bond, Learmonth street Moonee Ponds, on 8th instant, Mr. John 1Mo0 loy, vice-president, in the chair. Tihe i1autumnl show was disoussed also sug. gestions for future shows. T'hoe chair manl and others wee nianimous in the .qpillionl tittt- -,th. raiwilt uilt)inv A wrll liud been a gloriouis success. "0equal ity and quantity of bloom had beea unsurpassed by the displays of ani other suburbs, and altogether the sho% lad been a credit to the Society and tc the Essondon district generally. llTh opinion was expressed by the chairmuar that the Society did not receive morn support as to memubershiip and speoia primes from residents and well-wishen of tile district. It was suggested thai one of tleo features of the next sho, should 1wi decorated dinner tables. Thiu .lhow wll probably bo held in the noe towon hall, and a big effort is to b( pit forth to induce a large number ol...
Lecture on the Violin and Its Origin. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
Lecture o11 tihe Violin and Its Origin. On Tuesday eveling, there wa;s a fairly large attendance of nembers of the Essendon Literary Association iln the Puckl6 street hall, to hear Mr. Oscar Levy's lecture on the violin and its origin. 'The Mayor presided, and introduced the lecturer who traced the evolution of the violin from the eariliest iges dating balt some eight hundred years. Stradivarius, and the various other old masters, were interestingly dwelt upon by the lecturer, who gavo a most entertaining and fascinating ac count of the evolution of the "King of all musical instruments." Mr. Levy, further Ibrightened his fine lecture bv playing a number of tuneful melodies, exenplifying the different styles of cam position of both tlhe early and con teumporary "masters" of to-day. Mr. Levy, whio was well accompanied on the piano by Miss McGrath, is a brilliant instruimeintalist, and one who obtains 'romi his instrument a charmingly musical tone. His various solos were repeatedly app...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS Starlt h,, Iputhing aside all lhe piect? that delic;ute, andll lltedh s' |p ial tr'Oatmeniqt. \\ashiug ada h n +i st lronl-, tlentll~ll it -)\.o - dS'rIt I'h lh IlnetIIer 1 he l illl tho Ii t' " il which gol dI o aL'lted rhhlla io \\,lhiId. la it tl h a s m..L ~ l ld 1 :-+'t th i,- ,ll n d ii - h ch t/t. Ill til ttilll'tti Jhl,'t; ;r I'(' 1' X l'l1 1 1tt liih 1111 rl)o00. p V t l \)~i .+r;a.hinlt aL rhiftli veil, tlin to it lart' ."qua~re o'f t'ott on c:loth to t I+3' It w\ill 1thI'.1 re ui l e 11 n 11tIa ilO. , f1 it \\ill Itinee Lith trinket in clean, \\arns \\aer, ; td ?111r~. it thlloro uthlyl, , rtl'inl intll al l thr1 litllhe torltl'rs. At ollh stil hatl0idker lchitfl, t oi o lt tt'lt'tly ilt Ihi> liiiluo). GivcI elt h ri L ;tit'L e ; (o1 d f hh111 it" \" i 11.1, tt'cII ittl i .lttitttttt'o tillll~ till' 1111 11)II rlli Iilt I lt thil It the olId o"I tl ilt ' ,ter mlot n t it. \'e 1 11ry dull 111r t ill'tt t tl.l' . tl) t litlll 'litt ' l. I dei r, Ibut tit ...
KONAGADERRER KONAGADERRER MOTORS LTD. FURTHER SUGGESTED TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
KONAGADERRER --4--- KONAG(I;)l-?RIIl MOTORS ILTI). F'URwTlHI R SUGUGESTED TI1E TABLE. Konagadorror, 6.40 a.m. Broad-mendows, 7.20. Tullninrino, 7.30. NIssonldon, 7.,0. ' Essendon, 7. Spghcor st., 8.13 trn. Essendon, 7.50. Koilor, 8.10 a.m. Essondon, 8.30. Essondon, 8.32 trn. Spencer st., 8.50 trn. Sponcr st. 5.17 trn. essondon, 5.36 trn. Essondon, 5.40. Koilor 8. Essondon, 0.20. Sponcer st.1, .49 trn. I~ssendon, .,18 trn. Essondon, 6.20. Broadmoadows, 6.40. Tullnmarino, 6.50. Essendon, 7,10. Essendon, 7.18 trn. Sponcr st,, 7.26 tru Spncer st. 9.25 trn. ]lssendon, 3.40. Koilori 1.7. issondfon, 10.2f0. Sponcer st. 9.56 trn. Kssendon, 10.26. Ti'llnamalin, 10.16. Broadmendowas, 10.56. Konagaderror, 11.36. SThis leaves 2 hours 40 minutes for iildilty trip to lr) ulii'm adows, Ti'ulia iurIinto and Koilor if desiired, and in hour for cleaning.
CORRESPONDENCE MARIBYRNONG HILL CHURCH. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
OORRESPONDENCE ----- ----- MARI\ bYI NUN(A 1111,, CIll URCH. (To' the Editor.) Siv,-Rt prposied .umlviug of LMatui hbyrlollg Hill clhurch led by a cliquue of nualcoitent~s, the people fromt the 'Temn )porniiuc Township propose to take away our1 church without sto much as '"by yoLIt ltolve" fromt tlhe- menOll and women who built it about 20 yoears ago. They eveon started a branch service in the township io geot votes to swamp the votes on tihe hill. Surely, if the pe'o ple who live on the hill loe not worth considering, the chillren-about 1(10- who go to Sunday school shlouhl have some couisi(loratio., In the neantinue there lals glowln up n crowd who know iot Josephi, and think they cani do as they like. It is, thoerefore, the duty of all residoents to sign the petitioi against the removald.-Your s, etc., ONE WHO HEILPEI).
ORANGE BLOSSOMS TAYLOR—BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
ORANGE BLOSSOMS i Ti i ii I ? - l ll. l'iil. li O)n \\', n , d y,,,, iv, '"th .\c ut a l.: ' t1t\ \'?,.Id?.-; t,,?,l pdm ?u th,' .11nu h rn,.up it,?h, ,tz i i i'.ll 'i' ii , h -ti',I A,,? \' W h. \V ,i. 1, seen ?Ir, Jan,: IlAmllllllil: 1 l l :i i. .b lii I ui;:le M r.itlit \li 1 . L thl' , h, ,tI u t' ni,,O a i , Syiviix} \ lni Mill. ri'ahi Ili;t( l ite't cii i I eninhetras wiit n~ic'l wt't i ''s of pa~n nIt;iu' hl,,tt l- t I nitil Ii \xxi' i .Pi m si, to tint thcl, a tel the 't'ilv ui i l ' s tilt, t,,,i' t tt , ani g t~l' ?,,if- titr. t O' our t. , Ile Lit y tarc n cth, t , x I t hs xux?,d o i d uhe trni ,d wi sati n, h snl'ilill l?' OI tl?,, :l']-,, ..h;.I,?~nll hu'L\.l. ?ll titi , hat t.omnat: , with \\whitix ' h11un11 Aitoitl Thi)\\ uetl a ided at the' n . elvin g a nl.d. ilspl'ntl la, I h)rl: \l.as wbr,, \\hite I 1, \\ithIl (hu', CItII iil, \V ili lel~co\?,r, \\ic \llit ell' l' c'~'ll~lq, \\oI'I ill l l h il' -0 ll t.,. \\)l llp N dI 1 01t y ore.Id ith ur of tho h r mc c r fs ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
PUBLIC NOPl'l(.)H. Telephone, Aeowt 19. PRIVAT Hos'i 'AlYI AL i XTENtlVK (gliOUND I 'TEl'.?lIM ON APPLICIATION. IPAls. tI'l'lt;', MOONE1; PONDSL (4 uniut&lt;.Wi from hlnilwoy itation). tPropirlotriw Si: 111r, liil?itiSonll PRIVATE -IOSP I'YAL MHDIUAL ind MtIDWIFERY. Ev' ory -ý ) ii v 4sn I i I t r T il ; l l , odt1r'a t -. MH ui4 lIto(I.ilTI. "ArIiI l'Dn,'" Pratt Ltr et, Mviino Poulld. (ot1 Ptlolli utrei t). T'l?lOphono, A iotL 56.3. LADIES' NLURSE Ati i Oll P ll iUtt nt. MRS. MU1 _PHY 7 TENNYHON hT., MOONE; 'I; POND.I "ST. ELMO" PRIIVATE HLOSPITAL. Iloiiterel), 68 THE PAIllAD)E, AtSCOT VALE. 111DWIFEIL' A SPIE'IAiTY. NURSE, IBUitNS Fot MtLdodera T'ilt'ephonti Applic'd For. JOIN A LIVE FRIENDIY SOOIETY. ly tw'onil'n MuEMIIIeR Op COURT0 ISHEND1ON, No. 74(a, Alninit. Ordor of )'orSteri. NO ENTUOANE l';~E.H, 1) LEV':IEI. World wido OlJur Lo.,wast Iate of con tributions frour It, i pour week. Hich Pay, £1 lilr w? tIk l'tnrl Heofitt, 120 aUt £10. Particuliar from nuitle)rd, or W....
Flemington A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
Flemington A.W.A. At tho.first meeting in May, ex President Miss White occupied the chair. There was a good attendance of members. Nominations were taken of office-boearors for the ensuing six months, all previous office-bearers to be returned, with the exception of conm mittco, for whom there will be an election. Much interesting discussion took place, particularly upon forming an impromiptu speech club, and also as to the best moans to promote and maintain the interest of the omembers in branlch meetings. Spvoral of the •members visited the A.N,A. on We4lnes day ovening, and derived great plea sure iand instruction from tile debate: "Does Novel Reading Tend to Improve the Mind?'" tile aflirmative being taken by Brunswick A.N.A. and negative by 0leomington A,N.A., resulting in a win for l'unrswick.
Richards, the Ready-Money Drapers. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
IUichards, the Ready-Money Draplers. The shop at the corner of Puckle and Margaret streets. Moonce Ponds, ihas been transformed by being sup Iplied with up-to-date plate glass win' dows and onlarged to fit It for its new" purpose as a ready-money- drapery .stablishment. E. nand C. W. Riehard" are the proprietors, and they haive suc cueded in, providing a perfect trans formation scene at the top of Pucklo street. When the building is out of the hands of tihe contractors, it will be an ornamnent to the street. The firm promises to make the locatioa favounrably known as 'Richards' Cor hier. The premises will he opened with a commemorative sale on Tlhslrs day, May 21, with a new and fashion able stock. Furlmther particulars are Til vertised.
Literary News. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
-U~-W-W- Literary News. lhI IimbliCiatoll a week or so ago of The . Liaking a Bigot," Miss Rose '\ av l y' ni , novel, ri'ninids us that 1withl ''h1 lee SIhcv rl't" this clever w it ir tkl thv ir.at ilaci ill Messrs. I1,,,ld, u ,,nil 'Stoughton' a original £1000 priziI lvvl cvlvipiititiol, the second i/i Ix, lviii' ,??curtjlld by David lieniiies ,- it.,- h hi-, dramatic n~ove, "*The Out( , Tilir . iiolnd L100J( prize coin p aliti i. whih i~ i. v t vi lovii d l , \i ' ,, ti .,l (xl.(. .iviely to viCvolial \vi ritrvi Ith I i ii- ?., )l tiili)o o, it v iind ti :ll , dIrectli\ to) C:,Ilo. i ll tv l.tv . Tll vi rliill t ' l ii j ill I, : pu li ih d i hort lI -.hould pi,\,, &lt;ht?ihdel, utl et. '-tiin,.. 'iir r viide I. todo lv iilhc : third yw,'t nu,,, I .,t co ,p tithion .ill I v. v iti , - "t i i,, N v . liih ) I li I, ll, ]iii , ) r .\. l': \ . 3.\ wront. mtatl SE i lh\V n li~t tab crltsun .N'OIi,,I! Fl~l! p.,iau ,tn t- u ), tr' f uJ')'n :- lllav b,' hltil oI apl> wl'ztl,,...
New Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
New Church of Englaind. Some little time ago the Ve.jtry of St. Thomae' Church Moonee 'Pondl., called together the Church of E1nglualn residents of Aberfeldie, for the pur pose of seeing whether there was the likelihood of support for a branoch church to be started in that part oj the parish. As a result of that meet iig the following committee weore elect od to canvass the district:-Messrs. Bevan, Davies, Cook, Dalton and iLlat chell, and .oesdames Bassett, Dundas, 1 Milne, Tytherleigh and Miss Esdailh. 'l'Thlis will be done during the next fort night, after which the committee will seleet a night for a further meetingl of residents, when the result of the canvass will be made known, and tlm project carried a stop further. The first donation to be received was from, Mr. Mitchell, of \Waslhington street, who promised £25 now and a further isum of £25 in May, 1915. There is ,very prospect of a live church being .tarted in that part of Essendon. The ;chclll'cdl hti Iud'has. a capable ...
Meeting of Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
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Cornwell and Co.'s Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
Cornw4 1 ll a4d. ('1.'. 4al k )II 'Tue lay 14 111 , xt, t \ 2 o4 'lockl , ;I t .h .ir l \ ? e i o r4 l , 44 i44 ) t? e 4l'4(1 t, 4:4 , .t, don , Corn]'tl l an dt~ Co. P~ty. LutJ. I(4l. " 4 i4al> i r+l 1IJ', (444(41 444 ), \w 1'&ill (ijll hu t a 4l 4· ' 4llh whl l fu4 ni44 t(u4 , > 1 - 'hbuir , &lt;plantitiy unJJ- I,[euit , bic(y h, 1t4., 4t.4 ()O i \4 , 44 (i Ixt, t 12 4,,, I it I) 4, ,t. I- 1.1 n,h , (',, 44., ( 44441 ('0. I ILtd. 4 [. \ . ,44o.4 l ,41 14i,,:]-' 4. 4 II] t',1 (141+ l' 4?(4h ,|IU ;l 14 ' it444 .4 k I 4 I .., ni lull-,, ah, ll l ll'l ftll ? 'm lF - iF [ , (4 4'. (114444 4 1 44, I 4(. 4 4 i44 , 4 ,44 ,. 1 .,4 4 ,, ,. 1 ., -fI, + utt, i.l.. ;tH l i? o+?,,,u- utndrb..
Grand Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
Uranid Concert. On \Vednsllday evenlling, May 20th, a Iiat-c:laiss \vocal iand illstrumenltal con cer't will he held in, the EJsendoln Pub lic Hall, in aid of the llroadiieadows Foundling Hospital. A splendid pro grinnne has beeno arranged, to which the following artists have given ther ser;vices:;-Miss Florrie ,Gordon, Mrs. John Reid; Miessrs. M. Jones, P. Rob ertson, John Reid, Dan Culleti, Roland Pryc and T. J. Landy, Miss A. King is hon. accompaniste and the orchestral music is being kindly supplied by Mr. H. Goodwin. The admission is is, and the local public should support this concert in aid of suhel a worthy cause
Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 14 May 1914
Tender::I);11I wil e reovo b w s ,n 'o, ,cil uii till I 1. f . ,i y,,' 18hil ' i , 1i 14, i , h " iii ) it (C dl.ii Po i? I liii ti'ji, it tiiii it hall, \Iiiiiiipi I iiitl