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PROPOSED ST. GEORGE'S RDPRESTON TRAM. ANOTHER INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

PROPOSED ST. GEORGE'S RD pkeston Irani. ANOTHER INDIGNATION MEET ING. A second indignation meeting of west wnrd ratepayers was held, under the auspices of the Northern - Tramway Extension League, in the Methodist schoolroom, St. George's road, on Thursday evening", rJ he room was crowded, the audiencc including several ladies. Mr, IT. R. Smith, who presided, said that when they elected a representative they looked to him to carry out at least some of their ideas; and they, as west ward ratepayers, looked upon this tram way as TiiE thinp for the people; in fact as a dire necessity. Mr. W. H. Smith, the league secre tary, said that on the morning following the last indignation meeting he tele phoned to Cr. Tharratt telling him that a deputation was to wait on him. Cr. Tharratt asked 41 Who are the deputa tian "? and when he (Mr. Smith) men tioned the names, Cr. Tharratt objected 'to see several of them. He (Mr. Smith) then thought it best to write to Cr. Tharratt conveying the resolut...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARE YOU IN A RUT? [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

ARE YOU. IN A RUT? Some ot us lind-^ourselves settled in a rut. We have made .It for our selves, and continued In it, with cir cmnstunco au a co-worker. But we find, after frequent effort, that wo cannot climb out. I'Mually, we lose all aniliition to do so, notwithstand ing Hint we know the change is u jnost needful one, and tlmt we should be once agaln-.ni>on Iho level tliero to have a broader view, a clearer vision, room to act, and renewed ambition. So lot uii not get into ruls.

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CR. BASTINGS AND THE TRAMWAY LEAGUE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

CR. BASTINGS AND THE TRAM WAY LEAGUE. To tho Editor. Sir,—Would you do me the favor of publishing the following letters which passed between the secretary of the League and myself on the above question. It is not my intention to make any comment or to enter into a controversy, as I prefer to let my actions in the council speak for themselves. Northcote, 2/2/14. Cr. II. Bastings. Dear Sir,—At an indignation meeting of central ward ratepayers held in the town hall, Northcote, last Thursday evening a deputation was appointed to wait on you. Would you kindly let mo know when and where it would be con venient for vou to meet the deDUtation. —Yours faithfully, W. H. Smith. liullar.it. 6th February. W. H. Smith, Esq. Dear Sir,—I am in receipt of yours of 2nd inst., referring to an indignation meeting of central ward ratepayers, and stating that a deputation was appointed to wait on me. You do not state the object of the deputation. However, it will give me much pleasure to receive same at ...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VALUE OF ADVERTISING. £3000 OF BUSINESS IN SIX DAYS IN HALF-CROWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

VALUE OF ADVERTISING. £3000 OF BUSINESS IN SIX DAYS IN HALF-CROWNS. Over 18,000 letters were received in response to the Ceylon Silk Company's ndvertisment to supply 10 yards of silk for 2/6. Some of the letters contained two or three half-crown postal notes. 1 The total value of the notes was &J000. i The first publication of the ndvertisment appeared on Christmas day, Liddle was arrested on New Year's day, and the fraud was exposed on the 2nd January, so that within the short space of six days £3000 of business was secured as the result of advertising in the suburban and country press of four States—Vic toria, South Australia, Queensland and Tasmania. No advertisments appeared in papers published in New South Wales territory. Liddle appeared at the Police Court, Sydney, on Monday last, and was com mitted for trial at the General Sessions on March 2nd, bail being fixed at £3000. It will interest those who forwarded notes from these parts, owing to seeing the ndvertisment in...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Report re Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

Report re Tramway. Cr. Bastings on Momhiy ovijntng gnve notice of motion as follows:— ' v* . • "That Messrs McCarty and Under wood be asked the cost of supplying to the council an estimate of the proposed electrification of Northcote tranv and power house and tramway extensions, together with a report on same.

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

BOWLS. Northcote A journeyed to Kew Inst Saturday to play the return pennant engagement, and amidst great excite ment won after a tie on the 25 ends. Harrington's rink was mainly respon sible; ii' fact, practically won itofT their own bat, being 21 up at the 25th end. Northcote with three rinks finished and Plant's rink 2 ends to go, were down 91 to 91, and with 21 pairs of anxious eyes centred on their play, but with steady play Plant, -with assistance from his team and mainly the "old sport," scored 1 and 2, making the game a draw. The whole team re turned to the green and another end was played, in which Plant, Girling and Harrington each scored 1, whilst Ben nell lost one 1 making the totals 97-95 in Northcote's favor. The B team were down 1 to Colling wood with the scores 95 to 99, but were up in the Tribe, Clarke and Harper rinks. The teams' engagements for to-day are Prahran v. A team at Northcote, and the B team pit y North Fitzroy at North Fitzroy. In the evening the pre si...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Finger-Print Story. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

A: Flnaer-Print Story. ; Speaking befoYe tho Justices Asso ciation in tho Royal SoOiety's House, inspector Chiitls related a renmrknblo story respecting (inger-prlnts. "A man, Intending to break into a house," lie said, "climbed over the gate, anil, standing with his toes on a steel bar Inside, slipped and ■fe'Ji. He was .vtar •ing a ring 011 the left little linger. The gate 'was protected by sharp iron spikes, and In clutching at (be top to break bis fall one of the spikes got under the ring. He was unable to re lease bis linger, and the weight of Ills body Lore Ills linger off, leaving it with the ring impaled oil the spike. He then got back over the gate and dcuamped. A police-eoustal!;e, ' i go ing his rounds lo try the locks, was stnrtlud to seo the linger and the ring 011 the gate, lie took them away, anil at Scotland Yard, where a print of the linger was taken, a search through the records established the identity of the man, who was shortly alter- I wards arrested. . He had ...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PLAYING THE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

. PLAYINGj THE MAN. Whether wc regard i life as u .ane lending,to a dead wall—n.mero bag's end, as the - French would say—or whether wc think of it as a vestibule or, gymnasium, where wo wait our turn and prepare - our faculties for somo more noblo destiny; whether wo thunder In a pulpit, or pule "in little atheistic pootry-'bookB about Its vanity and 'brevity;; whether, wo loolc justly for years of liealtli and vigor, or are about to mount Into a bath chair, as a-step towards the hearse; in cacli and: all at these viewB and situatiouH there is but ono caclusion possible: that.a man should stop his cars .against ■paralysing terror, and rim the race that is set before him with a single mind.— 11. U Stevenson.

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VALUE OF POLITENESS [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

VALUE OF POLITENESS Politeness Is one's most valuable asset, both financially and socially. It costs nothing, anil profits muclu it makes the one who practises It happy as well as the one receiving It. Everyone should show marked politeness to their elders. Especially polite children are loved ' and noticed by everyone, while no one cares for rude, impolite children. . Everyone should practise politeness, as it will do more to better the world than any one thing; in Tact, it covers everything.. To 'bo a good Christian 011.0 bus to be polite. A rude, impolite man or woman cannot have much influence. We all enjoy going into a nice polite home. We love to bo associated 'with such people. If all would practise politeness more we would be'hap pier, and 1 am sure we could make our friends and associates happier. Parents, should ibegin with their children while they are small, and not only teach thom, 'but should prac tise Jt themselves, Tor nftor a child has formed haliits it is very hard...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO MILK A COW. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

HOW TO MILK A COW. M'llUIng (Buys a writer .In "Farm .and Homo") Is an art, accomplished only i by 'patience and practice. To l)o a good milker 0110 thing osscntlul Is a sweet temper, as ono has not to mind ir lie or she does got a swish 1n the oye with a long tall. s When 1 got a new cow to milk, the llrsl thing I do Is to get to know the position In which she likes to stand during the process. This done, halt the dlllicnlty Is over. When I ap proach her I always speak and put my stool down quietly. It thrown down.lt is likely to upset her and cause her to lie restless all through. I now clean the mlder from all dust; IT covered with much, as Is often the case when going out to grass, I wash thoroughly and dry. Cleanliness at tills stage saves many, a complaint from the dairy. Tho host milker can not got good results from tainted milk. 1 now take tho two front teats together, and milk very , easily Tor a time, and likewise tlio two back ones, oxcept In the case of a cow ■with three...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARE OF THE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

CARE OF THE SKIN/ Every girl can 'be lior own face specialist—it she will lake the ileccs sary pains—by living n rational life, breathing properly, and giving strict attention to personal cleanliness— not once a week, but day 'by clay— and the reward is sure and certain.

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIMES TO COOK PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

TIMES TO COOK PUDDINGS. Any fruit pudding in a /basin should boil from one and a half to two and if half hours, according to size; steam ed, three hours. Apple dumplings: Boiled, one and three-quarter .hours; steamed, one and a half hours; 'baked, one hour. liattor pudding: Boiled, two hours; steamed, two antl a half, hours; baked, one hour. Bread pud- ' ding: Boiled, one and'a half hours; steamedr two hours. Cab-.net pud ding: Steamed, one and a half hours. Christmas pudding: Boiled, six to ten hours. Date pudding: Boiled, two and a half liours. Orange pudding: Baked,- hair an -hour.—P«traflliMr:innl«*r'?' •ding: Boiled, three hour^; baked, one and a halt hours. -v':"-';

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORTHCOTE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9. [Before Dr. Cole, P M, and Messrs Plant, and Bailey, J's.P.] BREAKING STREET LAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

NORTHCOTE POLICE COURT. : MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9. [ Fir-fore Dr. Colo, P M , and Messrs Plant, and Bailey, J's.P.] I BREAKING STREET LAMPS. Frank Mitchell, youth," was charged with having broken a Street! lump, the property of council, valued | at 9(1. IIo pleaded guilty. j Dr. Cole, P.M.—You are a cadet, and you wore in uniform that night? —Yes. Dr. Colo—You givo the cadets a very bad name when you do this sort of tiling. Sergeant Arthur—It is not tho first occasion tho lamps havo been broken. It is a frequent occurrence, and we have great dilliculty in tracing the offenders. Thcro aro two other ease.", but thoy will bo dealt with by the children's court. Defendant was ordered to pay a fine of 10s and 'Jd damages. Dr Colo—I hope this will bo a les son to the cadets to leave the property of the council alone. CLAIM FOR BOARD AND LODGING. i Ernest Bedford, a young man, was sued by Mrs. Elizabeth Potter, of Henry street, for tlio recovery of i'21 10<, alleged to be due fi r 30 ...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORTHCOTE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

NORTHCOTE TOWN COUNCIL. ' MONDAY. FEBRUARY 9. Prcsont:—Cra. Dennis (mayor) Lcos, Mason, Tlmrratt, Woolhouse, Hen derson, Bastings, Schwaebscli, John son, Hayrs, Redmond, McDonoW, Smith, Plant nnd Ulanfiold. NORTHCOTE KIUH APPLI ANCES. ' Tho Metropolitan Fire Bonn) wr.)t:> stating that they would decido upon tho matter of provision nnd allotment of now appliances when the proposed new loan n United —Received. CUOXrON STATION LTOIITINC. Tho Railway Department wrote ducliuing to do anything further to improve tho lighting at Croxton sta tion.—Received. LODGE NOTICE BOARD. A. C. Williiiiig, socretary A.N.A., Northcote, wroto asking for permission co orcct a suitablo notice board in frjnt of lodgo room (small hall, next inunicip.il buildings.) —Roferre I to fliinnce committee, 011 tho motion of Cr. Wuolhouso INSURANCE BUSINESS. E II Smith wroto applying for Uio couucil's insuranco business mid ?r tho Workers' Compensation Act 1911, | which has just become law.—Referred to finauco comm...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

Property Salesl Stott and Bastings will offer by auc tion on Saturday next a number of building allotments in Kellett street, between Wales and Hamilton streets. Most liberal terms are offered—no de posit—10s to 20s a month. See advertise ment in to-day's issue. Stott and Bastings will sell by auction on Wednesday next at 78 Beaver's road, Northcote, the contents of a six roomed villa, by order of W. Shelton Esq., who is giving up housekeeping. G. H. Matters and Co. will sell to-day at 3, brick villa, 6 rooms, &c., 13 West street, Preston. Particulars are ad vertised. THE Family of the late Mr. GEORGE Gibson desire to sincerely thank   their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy, letters, visits, &c., re ceived during their recent sad bereave ment; especially thanking Rev. Fathers Collins, Willis, Good Samaritan Sisters, Dr. Morton, and Sister McCarthy. Mitchell St., Northcote. The... Business Man Appreciates Our prompt tailoring ser-, vice as mu...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 14 February 1914

Death Ruxton.—On 7th February, of pneu- monia, at 224 High St., Northcote, Evelyn, the beloved wife of Louis Ruxton, and loving mother of Esther,   Doris, Lilly, David, Annie, Freddie, Alex, Ernest, Basil, Kenneth and baby. Loved by all,

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 21 February 1914

Stott & Bastings Northcote Property Exchange I HIGH STREET (corner Wcstbourno drove) HIGH STREET (enrner Norn'mnby Avenue). STATION STREET, Fnii field P.irk, Telephone 197G. PROPERTY AND FURNITURE AUCTION EUR SWORN VALUER. INSURANCE AGENTS. HOUSES LET OR SOLD. RENTS COLLECTED. BUILDINGS ERECTED AND FINANCED. . AGENTS FOR ' Thornbury Pur!. Lstnte, Wurdrop's Subdivisi >n, Bcnumont Estate, Gib son's Paddock, Wpstgn'rth Subdivision, McDonald's" Subdivision (Pwslon), Cnlr.i' Paddock (Ricl nvind), I'.noke Estute, Ijroomfiold E*tnlo, Nonlic»t« Subdivision. PLANS AT OFFICES Tlio Oldest-Est»b!ialicd Finn dnirg businees in tlio Northern Suburbs." List of Pi'portics on Application. Auction Sales THIS DAY. • At 3 o'clock. In Marquee on the Ground. KELLLTT STREET, between Wales and Hamilton Sts., NORTHCOTE. • GREAT AUCTION SALE OF ALLOTMENTS. ALLOTMENTS. . Every Street between Clifton Grove and Mansfield Street, anil, between Wales Street and Darebiri Creek. No Deposit 10/-.to 20/-mon...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 21 February 1914

Amusements. EVERY EVENING AT 8. Matinees Saturdays mid Holidays. MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2.30. Programme Exactly lis nt Night TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. A Budget of Film Glories. OUR NEW MINISTER. A "Kalcm" Homely Rural Drima. the white Feather. A "Vitagraph" Western Thrill. Also The Quaintest of Quaint Comics, THE CHAMPION, One long "Keystone" Yell. NEXT WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. Monday, 2l!rd February. Three Nights Only. BRENNAN OF THE SlOOR. A Breath from the Emerald Isle. Also A "Keystone" Mirth-Provokcr, A BAD GAME. A Sure Cure for the "Blues." CoMri.KTie Change of Pito- • gramme Every Monday • and Thursday. ■ Thursday, 2(ith February. A Special Film Adaption of THE LOST CHORD. THE LOST CHORD. The Glorious Song Poem. A Soul-Stirring Portrayal. As the Picture is Screened Mr. Robt. McLeish will sing "The Lost Chord," with Special Organ Accompaniment. Also THE RIVAL AIRMEN. Thrilling Feats of Aviation. Grand irisii picture night will be held in the Northcote Pic ture Theatre on Monthly Evening Next,...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
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MAYNE- STEPHENS. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 21 February 1914

51 AYNli - srHl'MKN-S. A very pretty wedding look place al . St. Brigid 8 Church, Nirho'son el reel, I North Kitzroy, on Saturday afternoon, ' .Inn. 211 ht tin* contracting parties being Mr Phillip (Unrnoy) Mavne, of Epping, I and Minn Klizabeth Stephens, second daughter of tho late Mr Thop. .Stephens and Mrs O'Donoghue, of North Fitz* my. The officiating clergyman was the Kev. I)r. Kelly, l\l\ The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr C. Stephen?, looked well in a graceful gown of white satin with a pink satin and chiffon, court and rail attached, covered with orange blossom sprays; she carried a bouquet. of white roses. The bridesmaids were Miss May Kelly, assisted by Miss O'Donoghue and the bride'e cousins, the Misses Neville, i They wore embroidery voile and car* ried bou<{uel8 of pink chrysanthemums. . Mr K. Pen, of ICpping, best man, assisted . by the brides brother, Mr Thomas Stephens. Little Wally and Charlie ' Stephens acted as trainbea'era dressed as boy ...

Publication Title: Northcote Leader
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WEDDINGS. THOMPSON-LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 21 February 1914

WEDDINGS. THOMPSON-LAWSON. A pretty wedding was celebrated in the North Preston Methodist church on Saturday, February 7, when Mr. W. H. P, Thompson, of Preston, was married to Miss Alifc C. Lawson, of Brunswick, by the Rev. E. 0. Knee. The church was nicely decorated for the occasion and Miss Clarice Freeman presided at the organ and welcomed the bride as she was led to the altar by her father, Mr. L. P. Lawson, to the strains of the "Wedding March." Mr, Price acted as best man and Miss Thompson as bridesmaid. The happy couple left the church amid showers of confetti and cordial congratulations. The wedding break fast was held at the residence of the bride's parents, Nicholson street, I Fast Brunswick. The Rev. E. 0. Knee I presided and proposed the toast of the ' uride and bridegroom. Mr. W. II. P. 1 Thompson made a very happy reply and proposed the-toast of the bridesmaid, to which the best man lesponded. Coun cillor Warr had charge of the toast of' the parents of the bride and b...

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