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Northcote & Preston Tramway Extension. SOME OTHER PHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
Northcote & Preston Tramway Extension. SOME OTHER PHASES. [BlY Ois,?uV,:lt I. The vexed question of electric tram construtction is now prominently before the people of Northeote and Preston, and rightly so. Bloth these districts are sorely in need of better transit facilities, and their progress will be permanently retarded unless they a·re soon attained. But what is wanted is a carefully thought-out system on business lines a system calculated to populate the vacant lands of Northcote and Preston, and to convenience the greatest nlumber, so that in time their business thorough fares may become prosperous and self contained commercial centres. Such a scheme has not yet been evolved. Is it not time that our public mell anti our business men came together and seriously considered this very i mportant question of tramway extension? Our future welfare and progress is at stake. destinies of both Northcote and Preston largely depend upon the wisdom, or otherwise, of the scheme tha...
DO IT NOW! [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
DO IT NOW' if you have a grey-haired mother In the old home far away, Sit down now and write the letter You put off day by day. Don't wait until her tired steps Reach heaven's pearly gate But show her that you think of her Before It is too late, if you've a tender message, Or a loving word to say, Don't wait till you forget it, lint whisper it to-day, Who knows 'what bitter memories May haunt you if you walt? So make your loved ones happy Before it is too late. We live but in the present, The future is unknown, To-morrow is a mystery, To-day is all our own, The chance that fortune lends to us May vanish while we wait, So spend your life's rich treasure Before it is too late. The tender words unspoken, The letter never sent, The long-forgotten messages, The wcalth of love unspent, For these some loved ones wait So show them that you care for them Before it is too late,
O.S.T. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
O.S.T. 7'h 1e )ulio l York li I)ll'~iiol had an-i otlieir good night bast Monday. It wtas the first nvvtiitg of th va1 V. P., 11-4. (', Imigg, a clinnied n~it or' fromlll tilt- 'II'lI.II) III. n I)iviihiill i 1IhI Aýll tu tnt ea "lultlt"llscrcn
FRUITS AND HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
FRUITS AND HEALTH. A well-known food specialist says, In speaking of the peculiarities of various foods, that: Blanched almonds give the higher nerve or brain muscle food; no heat or waste. Walnuts give nerve or brain food, muscle, heat, and waste, Green water-grapes are blood-.puri fying (but of little food value); re ject pips and skins. Black grapes are feeding and blood.purifying, but too rich for those who suffer from the liver. Tomatoes are good as nerve or brain food; no heat. They are thin ning and stimulating. Do not swal low the skins. Julcy fruits give more or less higher nerve or brain, and solme few I muscle food and waste; no heat, Apples supply the higher nerve and muscle food, but do not give stay. Oranges are refresihlng and feed ing, but are not good if the l:ver is out of order. Green figs are excellent food. Dried figs contain nerve and muscle food, heat. and waste, but are bad for the liver. All stone fruits are considered to be injurious for those who suffei' f...
CARE OF CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
CARE OF CREAM. For the factory manager to turn out a first-grade butter ho requires the help of the farmer. The cream must be delivered in the best order pos sible. Cleanliness in the dairy is an essential condition. Cream cans are re turned washed, but itis voly necessary that they should be thorouglhly cleansed and scalded again at the farm before use. For segregating, a special room should be provided, at least 30 yards to windward of the milking shed, have a concrete floor, be provided with good drainago, well ventilated, and have a good supply of water. The milk should be separated as soon as possible, and while the animal heat is in the milk. The cream should at once be cooled to the lowest possible temperature; and, as the water required is small, this should present no serious difficulty. Un der no circumstances should cream front one skimming be mixed with cream from another skimming unless it has first been well cooled. The most unsatisfactory of all suppliers is the man w...
Why He Was Afraid. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
Why He Was Afraid. "Harold," she said, as the dining roin clock was warning for eleven p.m., "I wish you'd sing to me, Not loudly, dear; pa is always cross when anybody wakes him up," and she glanced at the ceiling above, from which direction came the sound of contented snores. And Harold obeyed, softly at first, but anon he let himself go full throt tle with "I -fear no foe in shining ar mour." "IHush!" she cried, suddenly hold lug up her finger. "Pa's getting up and he's unchaining Towser. Don't go dear; remember, you fear no foe." "No," he panted, reaching for his hat, "not in armor; but as that blessed bull terrier hasn't been measured for a tin suit yet, I'm off." Efforts are being made to introduce Germar, farmers In the Albury district on the share system. Very few of us hurt our toes kick. Ing ourselves. To sweeten rancid butter, melt the butter, skim it, then place a piece of light brown toast in It, and in a few minutes the toast will have ab sorbed the unpleasant taste an...
The Heart of a Girl (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER III.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
The Heart of a Girl By HENRY FARMER, Author of "The Money-Lender,"'' "12a Quiltry Street," "Bondage," eto. (All Rights Reserved,) CHAPTER III,-Continued, Stanmoro's injuries were not as bad as first supposed. In Oxford-street Queonio beckoned a taxi cab, It was the latest thing in taxis, and a light burned brightly in its interior. "Let me read, too I" whispered Beryl in a frightened voice, as she pressed 'close to Queonio, the better to read the paper and slipped a culd-bo comfort ing arm around her waist, Then they read the account of the robbery between them. T'he sequel was contained in the space devoted to late news. Queonie turned to it mechanically. "Hasted, Middleshiro. Spooial Cor respondent wires, 7,380 p,m. Mr. Stan more arrested and conveyed to police station in closed cab. Charge taken in private, but astonishing revelations ex pected, Bank-notes said to have been discovered in prisoner's bedroom." This was practically a replica of what had appeared on the tape in Mi ch...
DEATH OF MR. THOMAS HENDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
DEATH OF MR. THOMAS HENDER SON. The death took place on Saturday last of Mr. Thomas Henderson, a very well known and highly respected resident of the southern part of the town, where he had resided for many years. He had reached the ripe old age of 82 years. As a singer of humorous songs Mr. Hendei' son made himself known to practically everybody in the town and district some 15 or 16 years ago and his popularity was great. About this time he married a well-known and highly esteemed local lady in the person of Miss Whitton, and the son that was born to them-Milton Henderson-inherited all the vocal talent of his father, and at a very tender age was giving remarkable perform ances on the concert platform, a verit able " chip of the old block," as many a one remarked on hearing him sing the popular and entertaining ditties which his father had taught him. The child, whilst popular with eveybody, was the very apple of his father's eye, and when he was taken away by the hand of Death sev...
DEATH OF MR. GEORGE GIBSON. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
DEATH OF MR, GEORGE. GIBSON. We have to chronicle in this issue the passing away of still another of the old identities of Northcote, in the person of Mr. George Gibsoni, of Mitchell street, who has been a familiar figure in the town for over half a century. lie was born in Scotland in the year 1840, and was thus at the time of his death in his 14th year. As a youth of 18 lie landed n Sydney in 1858, and was not long in making his way over to Victoria. iHe has been a resident of Northcote for 55 yoeaus, and during the whole of that time hls been associated with thli dairying' industry. In the earlier years le was in ihe employ of Mr. It. SIhowers. Of ,areful aid shrewd disp)osition the late MIr. G(ibson is clputed to have accumrula Iattda it large alolunt of lroplerty (lulring his life tinie. vle was married in Vic oria, and his wife pre-deceased him boult lifteen months, A family of Sv?-Vn survive. The sutns are George, Edwadn, William and Jamlll(es, ltand the taughlters Mrs. J. D)...
DEATH OF MR. JAMES LAMBERT [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
DEATH OF MR. JAMES LAMBERT An old residentof Preston, Mr. James Lambert, died at the residence of his son-in-law (Mr. Horan) of Ross street, Northcote, on Wednesday last. Mr. Lambert was well-known in the leather trade.as he carried on the business of master tanner for many years, having learned the business under his father, who owned a tannery at Richmond in the early fifties, In his younger days Mr Lambert took a great interest in social matters and his genial nature made him a great favorite amongst both old and young when he was called upon for either a song or recitation. He had a thorough knowledge of Shake speare and could quote page after page when desired. About four years ago Mr. Lambert removed from Preston to Oakleigh, and last August Mrs. Lam bert died. The old gentleman felt his loss keenly, but to the casual acquaint ance his cheery nature asserted itself. His youngest daughter was married last Christmas day to Mr. Dickson, of Broadford, and arrangements were being m...
PRESTON SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
PRESTON SHIRE COUNCIL. -4 -------- MONDAY, JANUARY 7. Present:- C's, Braithwaite (presi ilat) Stanilalk', Crispe, Robertson, Narr, Allchin, Paterson, liricknell. EILECTRIC LIGIHT AGRIEEMENT. Fink, Best and Hall wrote forwarding th electric light agreement between Northeote and Preston, and it was d.ecided that same he signed and sealed on the motion of 'rs. Warr and Allchin. ItIEOilSTI'ATION 1,F SIIlRE IIALL, The untlde'- SecrLetalry, wrote forward. ing a further license under the Theatre Act for the shire hull, to remain in force for twelve months. - Received, EXCSSIVE\' VAl.iATION. Rev, George? ('arson wrote calling attention to the I:ett annual value set upon his wife's prupelry in David street, stating that last year it was valued at £5, and this yea' it was increased to ;C7, which. he considered too high, Referred to linance conmmittee on the motion of Crs, Warr and Paterson, RAIL\VAY FENCE. The Railway Departument wrote inti mating that as the fence between the recreation rese...
LULLED TO SLEEP BY A STREAM OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
LUhIII l') ?"IEI t BY A SIll\EA3 O" WATE1I, It, lhis oftaen beon olaimed Iby author ities thatl the soud of running water has the effect of lulling anyone to sleep, but in Ilndia they go much fur tIthr tlhan this, for theo mothers there .take their haiiots sleet by lettilng a sntitll ,st', oInll of wiltter flow di rectly toi their little Itads, :This practice of th lht uiid lullaby is (IlrenlIt nmlstly in the v'ieciiity of Simhli, where the wtI un hav' a gre(at da( l of fi d-work to do, a1 tt11ll hi lst rae Iltl? l eirt hail ie al?,. i'o l' oif these wimenli an affo(it ihrd 'setalkui'.rs, lnd they .hlave ther?'?e to 11resort to1' t ltt |hey eonlsi(del' tih' nest, ehost thin?,g. A striking telamtlple 11 newPV 1'0ol | \\1 1 beingll built, Iand ho l dreds of the mot hrs ers ere itulilyeid in ,on. of the mirk, 'I'htr, (tore little groviles or' lestillg-platies Iloi, the lih e iof the ro i, and tiuhere ii?te1 aiitli i h?s of ihabies. At echlt rsti.,,tg-ph i't, tho titet t' of h?e sprinig...
THE CARNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
THE CARNATION. At the last meeting of the Northcott Horticultural Society members listened with interest to' the following paper by Mr. G. Magno, of Clarke street: Fond of all flowers, I am most at tached to the carnation; in fact my love for it has caused me to be called "a car nation fiend." I know of no flower in the horticultural world which, if treated properly will give the same quantity of beautiful blooms of such a lasting kind. It is no uncommon thing for a carnation to remain in a perfect state in the house for a week after it has been cut. What rose or other flower of equal merit will last so long? If the rose is queen of flowers, then the carnation must be king. Some authorities state thatcarnations do not thrive in the same bed for very many years. In other words that they take some elements from the soil that cannot be replaced until something else has been grown in their place. Now, this is an important matter to those who have only a limited space. My experi. once po...
CLUB ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
OL4IJI IEthEVEN. Thei Club Eleven will play a toum I?prosenting the Governmont Printl ng Office, at the Northcoto Park to day comouoncing at 2 p.m. sharp. Teoan will be chosen from-F. l)nn, T. Andrew, J. Hamilton, E. lHorn, 1I. Shorry, V. Price, I,. Saunders, E. Mfitchell, J. Goldlrick, E. lntes, C. llurley, G. Hoare, J. 'Trott, J. Robin son andl -, \Veildo: the thealm will he picked on tho ground. Afternoon ten will he provided for the pilayers and their frinlds. lOn the followiing S&t urday, the 17th inst., the club eleven journey to Ba'swater, wVherlo they will play the local cluhb. LO. R. completitiolln.--Northcote play Port Melbourne on the east ward r-o serve this afterno,n. Northcote Presbyterians play East Blrunswick to-day at East Brunswick. ''eam-Adams, llrown, Hayes, Rich ardson (2), Thomson (2), Shand, llar voy, Walker (2), Phillips. Preston Presbyterians play Clarendon Street at Thornbury to-day, Players to be on the ground at 2.30,
CRICKET. PRESTON V. WARANGA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
CRICKET. PRESTON V. WARANGA ASSOCIATION, A team froma Waranga Assoc., which had representatives from Rushworth, Moore and Bailieston, visited Prestol on Boxing Day, and were entertained by the locals on the Preston Oval. Play started at 11.30 a.m. The visi. tors, batting first made 101 runs--G. Jones 33 not out, A. Perry 23, Foley 22, Peeol 21, Jas Patterson 28; Barker, 4 for 33; Robinson, 2 for 21. Pres. ton compiled 223-B, Nankorvis 46, P Howo 44, W. Fleming 416. J, Pool 9 for 51, bowled very well. iuUIoheon was providecl i vio in lies in the pavilion, which was decor ated for the occasion. Afternoon ten w'as also partakon of at 4 p.m., and very much appreciate?. After play, all adjourned to the North Preston -ibrary, whore an excellont dinner was provided by the ladies. A sing song followed. Before leaving Mr. Coch ane, captain of the visitors, thanked theo Preston lads for the splendid treatment they had received, and ex tended an invitation for Easter, which Mr, Harry Ilobinson...
POMPEH AS IT WAS WILL SOON BE OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
POMPEI II AS 1T WAS \W'LiLJ SOON BE OPIENED. The director-general of the exenva tions at Pompeii says hto means to manke a featiuro of discovering and pro serving the utpper floors of the buried htuildings. Hitherto only the ground floor romains have boon familiarisd to visitors to Pompoii. "1 ai1," Ihe says, "'at (displaying the ancient lifet of Pompeii in a more realistic fashion. T'hero must be a twhole stro? t of hur ied houses exactly as they were at the moment they were covered with mud1 and tshles, anld whlere evertthling will ho found in its place, inscludilg the furtlitulre. There mlust also be not onie, butt whole rows of shops with their goods still insido thei, ' The profes sor disreodits the belief that the city was ia port, and declaros that it luarg? IlumhItor of wooden upright posts, supl. Iposed to he ImlIta of shlpus, are in re ality the remains of a Oypress- plan. ntation
Epping Shire News. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
Epping Shire News, I-4--- The extraordinary election in the Epping riding, owing to the retirement of Mr, A. M. Davidson, resulted in the return of Mr. A. Wuchatsch by 123 votes to Mr. Mann's 105. Such great interest was taken in the contest that all but 20 votes were polled: Postal voting was in operation for the first time in the shire.
KEMTER—WINDELER. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
KEMTER-WINDELEi. At St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, on Monday evening, December 22nd, 1913, George Alfred, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Kemter, of "Geithan," Candy street, Northcote, was married to Ada, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win deler, of Coogee, Sydney. The bride looked charming in draped white duchesse satin, with overdress of point de gaze and raised silver roses. The court train was trimmed with silver true lovers' knots. A beautiful wreath of silvered orange blossom and very long lace veil were worn. The bridegroom gave her a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley and orchids and a cluster diamond ring and pendant to match. The bridesmaids were Miss Meta Win delor (bride's sister) and Miss Frieda Kemter (bridegroom's sister). Miss Windeler wore white crepe-de-chine and Miss Kemter white satin charmeuse. They carried bouquets of pink cactus dahlias and wore Nellie Stewart bangles, gifts of the bridegroom. Mr. Stan Windon was best man and Mr. Arthur T. Browne groomsman. A...
MARRIAGES. KEWLEY—BRADFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Preston Leader — 10 January 1914
MARRIAGES. * - K I,1VE LIy--I iAD FORD. At the Methodist Church, Kensing. ton, on Saturday, DIeceibr 20th, Miss Elsie Bradford, second dnughtel of Mr. and Mrs James llradfordl, of "'Merrivalo," Kensington, late of Preston, was joined in the holy bonds of mnatrimony with Mr. Edward Kew hy, of St. iluda, the Rev. W'. Vaw. don officiating. Mlendolssolin's Wed ding March was played by Miss Chanm herlnin, ]).I.S.V., A.I.IC.M. The church was tast.fullv docorated by theo nany friends of the lride, whol was given away by her father; and' wore all ivory (chess satin gown richly trimmed with lace and poarls, the typical orange blossom wreath and veil. The bridesmaids weir Miss Al. lie (sister of the lride) and Miss Lot tie Gingell, who wore gowned in pale blue cropo do clhno, and carried white shower bouquets, and also wore spray broochoes (gifts of bridegroom) Little Miss Hilda lBradford (neceo of the brido) acted as trninbearer, and looked sweet in her long gown of white silk, and carried a...