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TENNIS MOONEE PONDS BLUE SOX V ESSENDON. NORTH TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

TENNIS --+---- MIOONEE PONDSt BLUE SOX V ESSENDON. NORTII TENNIS CLUB. This event toolk place on 10th ilst., oln the courts of the last-named, anld result ed in a ",mia for "The Blue Sos" by seveun games, rfter a lost interesting tussle. Gtratifying form was shown by the colts of the respective teams, Bl Denyer, of "The sox.' and Lorimer Colclough, of the Northernors. Exceptional play was displayed by the senior pair of "a." who pIroved victorious in both bouts in which they were engaged. A feature of their gane was ttheir brilliant combina tion play. It is to- be regretted that we will be deprived of their presence during the forthlcominge CltaLtionstisp ouneetil,. to be held on Essentlon sortih courts. Is the last set of thle day between B. Col clough and A. Jewhkes. of thle Northern ers, and R. Denyer and H. Royce-lMat hews, of thle "Sox," some very exciting tennis was witnessed. At one stage the scores stood i--f is favour of tle Nortl ern pair. Holever, by some brilliant play, ...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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THE HOUSE BOATS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

- TIHE HOU SE- BOATS. Mr. Nicon said tlhy were getting three barges troan tins Public Works Depart mernt,.of which the ;MIayor should 1lave one. He mnoved that the Overseas Clin1 who were supportinl' thCmu, should hla erie of the hotLse boats, which, could also be used by tille doaors. and Lthat the Leaglte shloulhl also have a house boat or l.ltmlnselves. HI:e moved aecordingly Mr. I? Hastings seconded. .Mhr. Black hal no objection to Ilhavinu a hous boat, but he objected to speiil a:1y oe the Lea:gues monlley on elntertailln ilg. Thle pIolits ill previous years were nut as large as they ought to be, itll( oltertaiilllle iwould make tile pt'otits less. lie bliouglht it swotil cost at least £10 to ontertailln peoploe. Mtr. IH. Nixo replield that £ l would Ie inough. ] 1. HUc meanlt to rovihle seatilng accomIsllrodatiol aind not relreahmellts. One of the barges could blo used for tihe fancy dress. Mr. IHastings said tlhat he did not mean!l ii lt alny l-lOlley" v.as to be etmllt. ir. ...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Physical Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

Physical Calture 'llat pliysical culture iciring direct results Ias a colec to stay is clearly evi donced by the fact that i r. (toe. .. ,., alch. of thle Kellsington )IhysictLI U1tlittIure School, Ihas now finally tdeided to coln Lillnuc his classes. His school has gr'owi so that It, finds it impossible to (liscon tinuc, as lie iitedtled to do, owing to ihlo fact- that most of his spare time was thereby takei tlt. Hfe hlas now purchias ed ; contonient block of andt close to Newtmarket stttion. tnd faciig thei rail wsay lihes, where hI ititentts bhtihliing ait Hli-to-tlato exercising roomn anld more over will be enabledl to take more pupils. Ain ladvertiscmetnt ill aniother columli an lounces further Particulars. . -{;.Q-? -O

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WEDDING BELLS HILL—SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

WEDDING BELLS ULLL-SyIITrl h very pretty ;aild effoctivo wedding wans pierformed at, the Mtethodist Cllurc. Soni re'ton. on t.i~uarY 14th, ioll the occasion of the nIarriage of MLiss Alice Maod 11111. youngest d:-nghter of tihe late Mr. Joseph Hill, of ouomertonl, to Mtr. Edward GJeorge Smiitl,. secolndh soni of George Smith. of Esssndon, The luridesmaids were Miss Jeannie Smith, sistor of bridegrooms. and Miss-Ivy Loi mnian, niece of bride, wchie tile train hearers sere Miss BeatrleB Jewkies and Itiss E.;va AndersoU. Ofliciatiuig as best slnal was the brother of bridegroolm. Mr. i. D. Smith withs Mr. T. Nelson grooms nsan. After thie ceremony the briide andiu Iridegroom leit to be- phiotogral~hsed at Hriniiswick, after whiich the breatkfast was iartakens of at thi Craigicburn Mall. Fol lowing upoii this worie dalncing, vocal items, etc. A vast number of friends aind lelatiolis were present, aid numerous aLid costly presOuts were received, thle eveniing piassiug oi' with crest succe...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS FOR SEASON 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

....iT OF' PRIZE WVINNEBS FOR SEASON 1913. Th'le following have won gold medals, as lihreunder: Ladies.-Clhampion. Miss A. Pitmuan. All Round.--A class, Miss V. Bidsdale; B class, .:[iss E. Kimpton; C class, Miss L. Fraser; 1) class. Miss F. McPherson. Quickness. - clabs, Miss A. Adams; B class, NMiss F. lIardwick; C class, Miss A. Sinclair; D ,'lass, Miss N. Fox. Goal Throwislg.-A class. Miss R. Mitchell: B class, Miss M. McFa.dyen; C class, Miss S. McPherson; D class, Miss A. Fraser. All Round, Last )Quarter.-A cl;ass, Miss A. Cook; B class, MLiss K. Whelan; C class, Miss D. Sanders; I) class, Miss [. llowie. 78 gold medals have now been awarded to pupils during the currency of school. Boys and Men.--Weighlt Liftin.g-Novice, Mr. A. Heywood; Feather, Mr F. Adams; JLight, Mr. G. Cavanaghl; Middle, Mr. C. Taylor; Champiiono Liglst-weight, R. Jones; Snatcll Record, C. Nelson. Wrestling. Novice, Mr. G. McGrath; Feather, Mr. B. tioss; Light, Mr. C. Johnson; Middle, Mr. J. HIRrdwick; 4.7...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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An Instructor Honoured. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

An Instructor Honoured. Mr. C. B. Levens, instructor at the Prah ran Manual Training Centre, was hon oured by his large class of country teach ers, who have been studying under him during their Christmas vacation. Mr. John Byatt, inspector under the Educa tion Department, introduced the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, Attorney-General, who had kindly consented to inspect the work and behalf of the students present Mr.   Levens with a piece of silver plate as a token of the appreciation by the class of his expert advice and assistance. He (Mr. Byatt) was particularly pleased to wel come Mr. Mackinnon to the Centre. Mr. Mackinnon, who was cheered by the teach ers, said that his morning's visit had conivinced him of the value of this branch of the work. No one could over-estimate the importance of the teacher's work, and the illustrations he had seen, together with the fact of their being performed during vacation time, showed that the students recognised the importance of their wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

J. SUTTON CASH BUTGHER - 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS - -k: - BEST QUALITY OF GOODS. PIG:-;;IES GUAOANTEED id PEE LB. BELOW ANY OTHER BUTCOER. BR: EAD DELIVERED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ALL GOONS FREE FROM ADULTERAIION A. MILES BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, &?Q. 6 ~Jn/l.PER St~5~· Et~SINDON PTCIs~ fiCALSSPHCIA~LL CATERED F)ORt YOURI PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ..÷f THE .:o. LATEST • :BURGLAR PROOF L- VIENTILA TING LOOIK , , I Honuseholders can leave any window oien, day or night, with perfect safety. Price, • ? "ia each; or fixed, 1i 6d.1 SWILLIAM McK- GORDON . " ~ IRONMONGER, .. 12 NAPIER STREET, ESSENDON • :..:..:..:..:..:..:......:......:..:........ ... .:....... ...........-.........:... ..:..:..-.....:..-...:...: , Uiaimm u mi,'srn aa iurn iuiniur IEni - Beautiful Pascoe Vale i -nSweet Pascoe Vale I Peaceful Pascoe Vale SBuy a GARDEN PLOT for 2/- per week, and Solve the Housiig Problem. i 66ft x 180, 10/- per foot. Deposit, £1; Balance 2/- weekly CONSIDER THIS OFFER CLOSEL...

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P.S.A. Brotherhood. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

P.S.A. Brotherhood. The. usual pleasant Sunday afternoon service will be held at the Masonic hall. Ascot \Vale, iext sundiay, whel the speaker will ho MIr. W. Kennsedy Smith. and the soloist Mr. Bishop.

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Teacher of Music. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

Treacher ot .tlusic: MLiss Grace Evans, D.M.S.V., A.L.C.M.. teacher of pianl, singin ;incd oice pro duction, will be at home to inteinding pu l)ils on 12th February and following Wed neaday afternoolis

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

On Sunday night, 25th January, a woman, 25 years of age, residing at Malvern, reported to the local police that she attended a Salvation Army service that evening, when five men came and sat behind her. At the con clusion, of the service one of them. sug gested that he should see her home, Sbut she 'rejected the proposal and left the building by herself. She alleged, further, that on her way to her resi dence the five men waylaid her and each in turn criminally assaulted her. The following day, when she repeated lir story to detectives, she broke down under their cross-examination, and confessed that the whole thing was a mere fabrication. However, before making this admission she :described five men she was quite prepared to taklcout 'warrants for, and thus it is probable that had she persisted in her statement five innocent individuals the police considered answered the descrip tioiss contained in the warrants would have been arrested, and charged with a capital crime. There is a ...

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ITEMS OF NEWS Keilor Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

ITEMS OF NEWS -4----- Koilor Shire Council. The monthly meeting will be held at Keilor on Saturday, 7th February.

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Patients Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

Patients Entertained. On the evening of the 26th January. the Essendon` Public Hall Orchestra enter tained the patients of the Hospital for the Insane, Sunbury, for several hloure witli a splendid prograuume of orchestral music, interspersed with vocal items. The performance was very much appreciatedl by the i"nulates.

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A Labourer Robbed. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

A Labourer Robbed. William Lowrie, wharf labourer, of hall street. Moonee Ponds, has reported that 12 sovereigns and a few shillings wer9 stolen from his coat pocket on Friday. He left the coat hanging on a wall in his" roomn. when he ot to work. On is re turn home in the eveoing tue monery was missing.

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Passenger Transport for Keilor. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

Passenlger Transport for Koilor. A. public meetilg will be held at the Shlie Hall, Keilor, on Friday. 13th inst., :at 8 p.m, to consider the question of se curing ]passenger transport facilities for tile district. A full attendance is request

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Music Tuition. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

Music 'T'uition. Miss Jeanio Garter wishes to notify thu. shle has resumed tuition at her city all. irivato addresses. Intending pupils ar. requested to make early applicatiol, so that couvenient hours may be allotted. Miss Carter's advertisemcllt appcars tll tior tile "Professional Column." 'l'holn Ascot 483

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Rain Guage for January. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

Rain Guage for January. 'lse following ilgures ;ls regards tihe rainfall it Moonee Ponds are supplied by .lr. H. E. Hollick. J.P.:--1912, .40~ 1913, .27; 1914, 1.85. Tlornmometer in, slhade, a.m., January. 1912, highest 90. lowest, 58, average 70; 1913, highest. 9. lowest. 60, average. 69; 1914, bighest. 94. lowest, 58, average, 72 Ierisu

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The Maribyrnong River. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

The Afarilbyrlong River. ini ddition to tile pleasures derived Ifrin motoring, sailing or rowing on the above river, as well as promenading oil its banks. tile MIaribyrnong. .being a tidal river, is well. adapted for batlhing purposes. With a moderate outlay, portions of the river could be set apart for bathing, especially that portion above Park crescent, which could be availed of by tile senior scholars at the Aberfeldie' tig.h BSchool.

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THE DANGER OF DRUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

THE DANGER OF DR.UGS. Nowadays we are constantly hearing of deaths from overdoses of drugs -which people get intd the habit of tbaking probably without any proper presbriptionl, and too often' without any adequate reason. In the first place drugs should never be resorted to unless there is actual necessity for them. Sleeplessness is frequently a symptomn of some conditions that can be treated, and when this is done, sound and refreshing sleep follows as a natter of course. Worry,- overwork, shock, and neurasthenia miay be tlhe real cause of continued insomnia, Al cohol, tea, coffee, tobacco, are all chemical poisons which, introduced into the system in too great quan tities, will all cause sleepless nights. Dyspepsia, dilation of the stomach .and constipation, diseases of the heart and arteries, asthma, iund bronchitis,, all these may be the root of the trouble, and it is of no use to expect sleep unless the trouble is attacked from the root by proper treament. Only swhen such treat...

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JUDGE AND HATPIN DANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

JUDGE AND HATPIN DANi~ERS. "If a lady chooses to carry in her hat a dangerous instrument like a hatpin without a guard, and injures anyone with it, she must be held responsible," said Judge Harrington at Wandsworth County Court recently, in awarding £3 damages to an elderly lady whose face had been pdierced by a hatpin worn by a young lady employed in the post office, during a crush to get on an omnibus at Ham mersmith Broadway. Defendant had pre vioul.y; said she thought hlatpins were always dangerous, but if people would push when in a crowd they must take tile consequences. She added tlhat she had had dozen of pinguards, but they all camune off. His Honour said she might put a cork on them.

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THE ART OF CARVING. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

.THE ART OF CARVING. Carving is an art, as every housewife knows, and especially those who, now and again, have experienced the vexation of seeing the joint leave tile table so much "hacked about" by the uniskilful carver that the only resource left was to mince the meat. The good carver aims at two things--to serve all as nearly equally as possible, with due attention, of course, to personal preferences for "under-done," "well-done," "no fat," and the rest, and to leave the joint in a neat condition, fit to return to table if needed. An expert oni carving gives the following very useful detailed instructions: A loin of veal should be started at the small end and the ribs cut apart, and served with a piece of the kidney and fat on each plate. A breast of veal should be separated from brisket, and both cut in pieces. If loins of veal and mutton are jointed by the butcher, they will be'nmore easily carved. . - A log of mutton should he carved arnoss ti middle of the biQne firsit. and ...

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