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CORRESPONDENCE REAL ESTATE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
CORRESPo ), .ENICE -4~--- ItEU[A ESTATE To tho Editor. Ssr.--asSlit tlirty years ago 1 attended j ind aale in 1 uckls street. The late tr. Il s soarlls Iouso soss built thell, assnl tihe Ol~spOsite block, on whlsicll the grocery es/ahblisll lent of Adaulmoll Bros. slos satulds. was thleln offered at 1}5lt|lc anctior. Tie reacsre seas 3as f or loot. lt t ile best hid was 25s. Today it can sot. t thinik, be bouIght for L5bs per foot. Similyl Is .st Aberleldie lasd 'altucs ,r, going op steadily I nlotice tsso enter prcising ces1tlemnell, M1essrs. Tucker and t'iils)gY, Ihave acqsuiredl the greater por viont of thiis msaclnilliellt residential estate, nsld ore bsuildisng uss-to-date villas for sale. it is a psity, boweever, thst the cit, fItlhers sto not sio somssethilg in the stay of trans stay fascilities. by extelldinig the eleetric cram to the dt:ate hilgh school. which is a great attraction at Aberfeldie. Surely, it is time they made i moov to give citi ............ ? sf L~t__r tsL-...
A BAD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
A hBAD CASE. A very dreadful case was heard by Mr. J. II. Cummins, J.P., in the Kalgoorlie C&lt;msrt last week. It was that of a man charged with being of unsound mind. The "Mincr," inl reportinlg tile case, says: "ie was 'reavimn etaoisetaoill emfwyn hrdoat Isnnded for eight days for medical exsalinaltion." \\We don't quite know what it means, but it must be something very dreadful the loor chap was suftering from when it has to be couched in Welshl-or is it Gaelic, Irish, or Sanlskrit?-"Dryblower." Murphy in Kalgoorlis "Sun."
A SLUMBER SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
. SLUMBER. SONO. Youi are drifting tawy, mly sweet, Over at dreamland sea, ind the liwaves caress your baby feet, Mid 1 hear their gentle drowsy beat Aa they wono you away froni me. Chi. btaby ine, your swveet grey eyes \\With their woniderful starry gleams Milror tilhe ight of tle ghald sunrise, A•is stihaddowy deptths of evening skies That glimmier thro' your dreams s y:ou drift awav litke a folded rose, With your eirIs all s halo of gold, tou will learn of s things that nobody Ittnows, hli"ro tile whispering dreamuland wind that blows. And that E?a so wise and old. You will ulay with the baby stars, .my swueet, In the shine of the silver sea, 'ill tie tirst red rays of the morlung greet 'flue ciilnishuitug niivlut iii her suweet, retreat, Arnd u'soiu will" returis to hIe. -Ifathlle i Badger, 'in the "Triad."
"HEAVEN FORBID!" [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
"HEAVElN FORBID! 'The wic kedniess of being found out has lately beeu disconrsed uoln by Arbllbiholnlo Ctlarke at Melbournle Anglican Cathedral. His remarks were inllcidental to the ques tiill w\ltllerl tile Chullllrchl ought to consent to nl:lrlry divorced peCrsollns: No person whlo hald Ipassed tllhroughll tile Divorce Court would receive the Uhurch's Isleesillg on a second Inal'riag except ijli lerson wcre wholly illnocenIt. He wished to speak of his own telrsonal ex perionce in this matter. In some cases He hlald consented to the re-marriage of divorced persons, but he lhad learned the sod lessoll thaat Divorce Court evidence \was never to bo trusted. lIn tile future tie ivoold have to exercise greater care, aIl lie felt le would rarely be able to stanctioll tle nlarriag, of Iersons who tlal lauocd througl the Divorce Court. 'l l0 Chlurcil. ouan rcllbihoo p Clarko's ow01 sllho\irllg, is always preltared to bestow its btessings anld sacraments oil ally social silnlner swho hasn't...
OUR FREE SELECTION SLANG ORIGINS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
OUR FREE SELECTION SL AI ORIt;IINS. "Lit'otl does the manl who litters ;a cer taic sanguine term realise that he is using a religious ilirase handed down trosih ilicleval usg-s. flut so it is the wordl is delived from :anl originally harm ses,2 phrase '.By Our Lady,' sllortened to 'il'Lad ., d ;tIl i downwalWrds '(Ge whisizz-! tho ommonll Alllmericatn term lutr islsro,?li?glb surprise, conies froln tile Ger iIaIl e 't; siSS. .' tlkell oer by settlers troln tillt'oipe, cisij embodied in the American reritaCuslI.r Bonzer. thle favourite Ans Iralian tord, is irolial-t t;lkenl from ,sonic S~oanish word meanling gCood, hilt u1.ts t;'liatii slUlng is veryt ile W, lll(t its deriva tios. eXcelpt il sollle olviouls inStettCes. dif licult to trito. Asllglo-Saxoi1 has cOi lrilsdll ird il'?elt to slsiiir temlllls. 'ITo hav : tr I. i. s irson a.lisi sOn w.ord i.iea.itig "lort s eily, fronl set're, to be sick; and sile, the fanious worui tor toil-hat, conlies froin 'iig1," to cover. Thte bhaclhel...
A DEAL IN DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
uF. A DEAL IN DOGS. o m a.u, is- a ser- s dewl dealer 'a ctSl ek, Sounlld bu ai llea s ve "3 ? ak ill t he i\':t :i w deek or tho ag?. lie was at Slt. wt n enid to make t doeal, o wh?n a?,,(u11 ttr r sid on tihe tele l Ione. aIc "us lon sllhele to sell. old chap, but I've ,ot a stre o. greyhounds I'd like to giet •it te . i la , ll sleonedlativo spirit vas io, Ille~ltlatel y a l'oll~d. "litowa uch ?" asked tile dealer. "it apitce." said tite sqitatter. "t wht's tc l t good of greylond tlO'" irjlll arc tile dealer. ey d "'- bull' s beat thelll for catching rabbits." Wat tile :SnsSer. In a month I canll! 1II rit,?t. ICi tbelae them." Tll.e detler caught a, train travolling toar -'ds tllt border, and mlet the owniter stf nltttns lIrge itroltertles. Tile station )wicr loslted vers giltooty. "Tho rabbits rc ,E Itllletiitg -twful." lie saitd. "Eter trittl greyltoltnts dotigs ' inquired sIte dealer. "'Tried everytttintg else. I reckort," satid teie stlsatter; "lutIt arle gryllountd tlogs a...
A. E. Gibson and Co.'s Auction Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
A. E. Gilson0 and Co.'s AuctlIon Sates. A. E. Gibson and Co., tle well known atctiolner, too 98 Queel Stet.re etar d vertised to hold on Thursday, 5tli J'cbru ariy, at 2 piln.. ait thle rootIs of Yeo, Cro. ?owaito and Co., 98 Queen Street, a sub uirisioial sale of 610 acres of excellent (lairying and cultivatioll I1( atit Ef)ptule. aKnoawn ats Pike'e Watorlioles. in four Ilocis 01 160 nacres each. The pirolerty is ispletndidly situanted on tihe north side of |in Crai;ugieburn line, ablout ; mile oal ilie west side of the tmain Eppitlg ROoad, uld atllllost etqui-distanlt frolll 'llplllng ailt Craigleburn stltionls. Ellping is only 14 miles Iromn thle city, onil the \\llittlesea line. et, termslnre most liberal, namely, loper celnt. deposit, 5 per cent. yearly, and tllOe itillale ill 10 years, at 5 per cent. lie s ale is by arder oa 1rs. 2. .Mtt. Lewis. 'll10 alnie firm will sell sallc timue aild s1lne lirtm will sell it tie sinle tiLUe and ilace, tunder ilistruceioi s frolu tile ad n...
Mr. Leonard Borwick. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
Mr. Leonard 1o3rwiclk. Tiat v ery great artist, Mlr. Leoiiard lorwicik. tle most celebratted Englisl pianist of thii genoratiolln, will pay ;a Te turll visit to Australa this year. Ot tile oocasioll ol Ills former tour, Mr. hiorwlck SisS limited by Iis Eliglioli ellgagel ent-, to a vory lurrieloe visit. He hau barely tiuii to aPlpear iii Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydiiey with thi four celetres of New s, oaalld. 011 the- I tcuet tour Thr. Ior wic hae s givel llmsclf wamile time to visit all the' Australial Stintes.as well as i\ row Zeallld of lii l:'ely to tile Ullited States. wllere le is iroolted for ani exten siv ouror laie irl thle yalr. Thlero is little iiced to say auiythii il praise of tlio grolt Englishl ioiteri rrter o1 lea tliovell. Mr. Horriek son, wherevel r lie played iill Auirist iciimediatem recogin tioi as ouis of ,eo lmoderln rillces of tile Iiallo. OIne leadlilg.; critic described -lleoinIrti Borwick's art as. "slhore hitcilalt ing than Padtlerewsski, more lrtistic th...
Accident in Coods Yards. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
Accident inll Coods Yards. While working inu le eat yard at Spen cer Street, on Saturday, Tlionas CarrollI. ta years of age, of ltldeoeay Street. elln :?tuh-ton. ,vian Lnouarl ,tO'NI tUY n frtrr..? h .Llooo ambulaLnoc oolrycd b Lc c o ttclbourlloe hlositarl. wcere Dr. J. o. Prlt utle b1 ound tllhlt hle leant a conspoel trirc Icre o1 the leg, abrasions about the bouy. and shooe. Carroll died on Saturtay afternoon.
SUB-COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
SUB-COjT311TT EE S MIr.May. mentioned that a sub-committee would be required for the merry-go rounid.-This" was agreed to, and Messrs. Loudon, Downey and Yott were appoint eq. The matter of a sports c6mmittee, ticket stewards, etc., were left to the secretary to report oil atf next meeting of the executive. . The, executive committee nere deputed. to arrange for a committceman to see to the concerts
GENERAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
GENERAL BUSINESS. The Mayor milentigned that tile usuil procession of motor cars would ho held tile night before Henley. The Mayor said that they had approach ed tile military authorities for tile loan of mnarquees and the answer received was that the request could not be granted as thile proceeds were not for charity, it wasi suggested that Mir. Fentoll, M.II.t., should be asked to see if tile authoritieb woultl waive their objection. ,?Il. lFeitot, wlho was in attendance, s;itl IL would be glad to aplproach tile aIu thorities. but they lhad a stiff regulation, Ianl if they allowed thile marquees in one case tllcv would have to do it everywhere. lIlt lhe woult dlo his best to get tlhe con It was resolved to call teuders forcater ins-., lueIrry-go-rounds. etc. Mr. GI. E. Lantgford, hlol. treasurer, re porl'd that le lhad received a donation of 21-s [rom e Mr. Lamttbert, of Ascot' Vale. Mtr. J. W. Stillwell was aplPointel clerlk of the course, antd Mlessrs. Dellit, IHastitns adl Ma-y...
THE HENLEY COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
'THE I1EMLIEY COM31M11TEE :ttr. A. J. ay. i, te 'et ary, reported tiuti the .1iujiter ot luotic l\orks, Mr. tiasielthori 1 had beent ceeni, and an oh clat frolll thie ]lleart'mlnt \would i t;alkt Icharge of the river oi tIlteincy dlay. Mr. llcliea adl;ltl agreed to s?llppLy two boats for tile cost of ruitting tilen, and woilii providte ?anothier boat later duritgi tile afterlnoon. 31r. ile \wolttd s upply a lull ihaild. They Iad llee llegottitltg \witll tile Defence Departmelltt as to tile loan oi sotlme uarqttees, and thoughtt that they would be got Donuations were colnllltg in slowly, and up to the ireentcl thie bllUI oi £2 12s 6d had been received, and guood sllport was being received frol tile olut side districts. iThel executive conutittee ihad decided to prlint their own Iro grammne, 'ind thile amount received f'olll thle programmes would be I uet profil 'hile mleeting sllotlid applloint comtnittees bor tile merry-go-rounld, sports alldl itils silg. room, also stewaras for til...
ESSENDON BAPTIST V. MOONEE PONDS BAPTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
ESSENDON BAPTIST V. OONEE PONDS BAPTIST The above clns comlmlellnced their mlnatlch on the forler's reround on Saturday last. The Mloonee Ponds calptain won tile toss, and sent Essendon to the wickets. The opelning Iatsme fell cheally, and11 eiglht were otlt for 5t. strhell ai fine partnershilp betwe\el Perkis anrd Parsollage chalnged the aspect of thle game, and carried the score to 129. 'Parsonage 46 was topl score with Perks 30 a good second. The other double figures were Cheal 17., and tetcnlf I0. Moonee Pondls made 64, of which Steel contributed 28, and 3IcKenzie 12. The bowling for Essendoln sas donlle bry ross six for 23, and Perlis one for 7: and ftor MIoonee Ponds by lMcKenzie six for 47, anu Steel three for 44. Thie nmatch will be con cluded on Saturday.
ESSENDON CRICKET CLUB. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
EiSSEKDON CRICKETL CL . - To the Iditor .Dear Sir,--eferrilng to the 1Esseindon cricket clubi alnd" tihe position. they hold .in the Victorian'Cricket -.s'sociation, one -&lt;would naturall'1 assume that Esssndonl were on the down gatde rather thall on the upi. But suchli is not the.case! Esscn don have shown on many occasions thlat tlley can use tlid bat to advantage against tile cream of Associatio, bowling. Tihe whole matter is that we 1have no bowlers to rely oil who cin sulccessfully opltos~e tile other clubs. Being a d-uplorter of the local club and hlavinur visited the Es scndon ground for tile last four or five seasonls regularly. I havite lnoticed both inl thle first andt second elevens that what lthey lack is a couple of ,octl bowlers. lThe fact is..very intsmitent on :ll sides and if tile club would oly scour thile district junior clubs, 51Crl gipu they could secureC a fewr good men to Pr;ctice at the netuss citl a view to tryiiig tiet onlt tihis ?e:saol or lnext....
ESSENDON V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
ESSENDON V. SOUTH MIELBOURNE. The above match was commeuced otl She kssendon .I rountdI on Saturday. 'The wicket was in i good order, an: d South wit: nilng the toss hIad filrst use of it. 'ra'llktb and Fransden opensd to thie bowling oi 5leatley and Ctehe\w. but neitler-lasted long, bor both were bowled by Vhleatley The next three wickets fetl cllceaply, alln witu nve down for 94 :illga did niot look at all promising for So.nit. but tcCor macit and lnlld, y gootd t,ttting, mnaue a long stand and added ,lls before d1o Cormack'was.out to a good catch by Cliel low off.Coulter. Title rentl;sling batsmen took the score to 240, -when th inningse closed at tell minutes past six. McCor mack, End. Sykes, Barry anld U'Bryau all batted wvell for- 8outah, wilis. LCoulter, Collie, ..-Whlentley, Listoen an.I Chellew did. likewise with thIe ball'for Essendont 'who'did ers ell ill ii disosiing of suctl a1 stronig side for 042. 'ITireh" nelding, too, under trying- circumlsstanc. s, "ast also 'good....
CRICKET SOUTH MELBOURNE V. ESSENDON. SOUTH MELBOURNE. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
O CRICKET : S . OUTH MELBOURNE Y. ESSENDON. SOUTH 31ELIOU0RKE. First Ilnings. W. F. Scott, Fira Inritiut W. Woodbnry, c Proudi, t. Mhon..... 24 T. Purvis, c and b Shea .. ..2 K - ]. Deas, t Ste:t ...... 1 P.Heatber, nlot out ..... 69 J. Giller, b Shea ... .... A. Gray, stl. Lty, b Proud ...... .. 1 J. y e, not out .. .. . . .. . .. .. o Sunldries................... Six wickets for (declaredt .... 216 Howlilng.-Shea, three wickets for 58: Proud, two for 64; Mahon, one for 23: Pit mnan, none for 38; Kennedy. none for 19; Griffiths, lone for 7. ESSENDON. First Innings. J. Russell. c Giller, b "~.le ......... 0.. T. IcCartney, b Kenn ...y " .. 1 W. Gritlths, c. Pentlalld, bt Kenny 19 P. Steel, c Hiather;b Kyle ......... ... PF Shea, run out ...................14 E. P. Kennedy. eScott,.b .enny .....n 0 O K.-Ran, std. poetland,..b :.Kenny: ... :. 17 -K R.FProud,' b Keniny ... ...... :...; 2. 2 A. Pitmian, not out............ .: - 6 F '..Hanna, c- Gray b Kyle ;.. . 1! .".-L 3.ahon, c Pentl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
DFALIN(A iAIb5I .ANA~EtIA. When the skin is wlite anti blootliess, es itutte sttsjtet a itetrson to be sa leriog ±rsttt aoaet Ut,, espcdially ii t oere are any ut tle isithtsjog ontaltton. pre sent -it o Otapretite. s ortness of treat t. tsEakten es t eatiarite, dizzicss, totjilt:1 of tite fret ta tld aiti. rllng0ig ;ittit heaBrs, or sjtots b~efore thle eyes Al tlteits war stgnvS teta the eioati is inOo ci jitgti anlti thlought the cause nitt~y earll itt tastily~ eatBSa. on re~lutrtng citiierettt trwill ett o good deafl mcal.be do to itttlttose matters its- attentioti to tiet. 'bite toitti takn~t oltust be nou~risititte testier tossar ttst ttst-r cashedd uIlir -tad e-'~s sitbttid be givett its itre leretce ro outnrcty tooths a.r s.egettiesli kite ltatlee sitonid be citiclyr oh. itie greets ttittld titese being snaitaithe Iteratite tite~ eaotttlitt ironl. Frail is ttisn tai tne'~~i l Ilo~rls whiciti are but saittil, atj beca~use it p~romlotes digestionl tt itt Itetits to roarti tite ...
PREVENTION OF COLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
PREVE'NTION OF COLDb. tdain --people resign themselves to tle i;ci thaat i ien ectuse the winter comes tlley must perlorce sl ifer more or less from tlhe troublesolme cold in the head. Bilt the re is no need for it at all, and lnlndlreds of ine aitld women can go tllougl a winter withliont a. s8gle cold. hlow do they do it? Simply by not shlut itil- tleitIlselves up in urooils that are uver-heated and under-ventilated, by tak ing exercise regularly every- day, by wear-. ing clothes suited to tihe weather, sand by rating saensibile lood In the winter most in us are obiiged to- sl;enld more tinle il ilo - taii;all we do in thie summer, but we need not try to make our rooms like a hlboouse by huLtillig all thed wilndows\ aind keeping a lire going that brings the telupalture ti up to over 70 degrees. Our lungs walL .oxygen in cold weather just ah much as iin warm, but too often we dleprive them of it by neglecting exercise - inl the open air, with the result t.hht wo\ are soon below our...
EVILS OF E[?] QUICKLY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
S ilsistakl to cat quickly. M1ati tore ccdc i ti t il rilst of inetli and lon ?loudj cI1ililioet 1:100l p:uiano WlInIi a cr10. inoe. ti idisbvi ld suliu miiatnral of any ccriliIl 1 iC in wi1 iota ic , stoii iacii it ot SLo a incrlan iial ir l t.untt 0010 Ii aiii du jLat org:ii i ouli 1. ..einils' ilicioi3. ient i duos c 1it aloge iin t e l sin nlit htim alt ci i rmdled.a~i.Wi tl rcie0 gosj~rn no-a;ll is comidorod inncllatuio ci 1incltuaiiiii ins uiouioir IiinrtiuOO.· itlior a OlusSl argoce, qalonity) of bai~l tltiii woiiut Onono -sl ·C~L~ iindnrliiatiirdl roliditilS in rI:?1 aicd. iir Illejir~ l sulirar froiii lank of isotiri-l~llilL.~ 'i'ioiiimittt'i hayt seem~ a. oIl.ill linl. mi~ it islnot so. d ot as a man~ niaygsiii for ',I O. wara with doefortinn :nni Ii, inii)InrLncmIs~ i~aatiCatiiig his5 1il.d heailil, lii lifiii mnliy its anler rmmi 81iil cI1~iliiil in CilOLIl(II1Lt1 lots of Ilinali i. 51 ~liii ot kii~lO1110 suhis' fin is iltit such, or Ilion co~ils. time cause of Ilil ifin...
ESSENDON RIVER LEAGUE MONTHLY MEETING. THE FORTHCOMING HENLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914
ESSENDON RIVER LEAGUE ---+4-- MONTKHLY ,IETLNG. TIlE t"ORTHCOMINU HENLEy. 'IThe monlthly mleeting. of the Fisendon IRiver Le:ague coulmitt-e was hel. at the towa ball on ihur-day eeinttg. 22nd inst. The re wa a large a.tLtnds, ace atial thie IMayor, Cr. J. FI. !iellteron. occupieit thle chair. "Tlhie Mayor and the screta:ry Ir311. A...1. \iy es raecorted on tue visit of illisteitian 1 tie Maribyrnong ititer. wihici i,. iaatte oil iatarday, ltith inst.., anid dle tailed thie dlifferelt imllroseiments, etc., that were dteilded l uIIOI.--IL '"a deidelel blat tilhe actiolt of tile sub-colnlmittee be en!:dorsell. lie b:alanllee sheet, is r'igards the truLst acoulntt o'f t.ic Ltagille wias sltbmnittel Itb Air. 13. thnlleroln ald ott iolled. It showe. . that the kimmil oi .t7 "Is 9d hadIl beet ex tei'e i inipirioii eaiei scii orklt5S tutu thit thle cede(lt halllee ilall the In1v g liIlLIk was .Ltia 5o cd. 'tie laoitssiIll. iipl.O lit 1itis reeiu ed trout "til late hen.-er'e,,trv, Sir A. E....