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THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

I THUMBS UP. -' om "Sydney Sunday Sun." W ear Sam: T had a-job that suited me once. Sleelpy Tom: Impossible. What was that. Veairy San tLinesman for a wireless James sl sd Vane, jun., "Northfleld,"'' East {Mithaud, N.S.W. 'A Christian Scieutist found a' smiallbov sitll tingruder art apple tree dloubliled up] witlh pains I :te soine green l:es. l moaned thi o. andsi, oh, hosw do I acelse! io lo don't sache. :answered tlhe .S. You'i orly tlisla ss. 'T'hat's all right. -aid tile Iboy yo m11111. tlin k so, ilut 've got inside iitiormia tion. tFrederick Scharer, e.o. eilagher and Co.. 'r'essorpa. Ils ltonor: iWhat! Ion "stanld hefore mle as wai. iickeyr! TheI'lre is nothllilng left for ise but to -wenld you to Igaol. I can see it iill your ftce. SIliclrey:t Sllure, your i onor, maybe it i, .only a personal rofleetion:,::. ,, " "-lisa ids'ry'hBrown.s Ellshis C'ottatge. Ia in itan s.treet,, -est .laitlands . (Ii Ladoy: WVell. my ioor Mati, here's-'a dsilling for you. T'rasmnl: A shillin'! ...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Essendon Public Library. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Essendon Publio Library. Owing to the re-building operation the ssendoni Public Library will be closed until further notice.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Passenger Transport for Keilor. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

r ccvoger i1rausport for Keilor. A public meeting will be held at the Shire iall, Keilor. on Friday, 13th inst., :at 8 p.m., to. consider the question of se curing passenger transport facilities for the district. A full attendance is request ed

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OCEAN-GOING SUBMARINES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

OCEAN-GOING SUBMARINES. If the development of the submarine in tle .early years of its existence seemed to be rather slow, no sucll charge cao. be made against this interesting craft at thle present time. Within a single decade it. las developed from all ingenious curio sity into a potent engine of war, the limit to whose future development no intelli gent student of nrval affairs would care, just now., iefinitely to determine. De riderd and belittled in the early days of the struggle for recognition, the subnar ine nt last has come into its own. The Irincipal objections against this type dur irni the early years of experimental work were its lack of speed, its limited steam ingl power, and its restricted radius of ac tion. So great were these limitations that it was considered to be useful merely as an adjunct to the more formidable liar bour defences in the way of long range rtuns, mortars, and submarine mines. That the charge was well founded is prov ed if we .call to mind the li...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

WANTED. \ANTED, Plainl Sewing anl (hil ?lrm's Clothes l{enovating. 'Xlothe'i," "Gazette" Office. SITUATIONS WANTED. .WVANTED (daily 10.30 till 6) carue clhildren, teach .or -companion, -intelli gent correspondent and reader. "Myo sotis," "Gazette" Office. WANTED, Jobbing Gardening, day or contract, life. experience. John Potts. 57 Hoddle street. Essenridon; - "PAIiES, Lady good-all-round Saleswoman, Dralpery; Crockery Fancy:Goods, wants em plovmeniit ifternoons 12-to 6, Friday night and Saturday. '.Salgs,"-Essendon Garette. TOUNG W-'doinan ~-"wnts day work,. washing, cleniing, etc. I.\.Address--17 c-. 'Post Office, Moonee Ponds. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WIDOW has vacancy, two men good; horne, piano, near' train, tram. 43 North Street, Ascot Vale. .. LIADY rerqui?es furiiished room, Es sendon or 'Mlonee Ponds. Apply A. J. (a, Clark's Agency, Moonee Ponds. SUPERIOR Board and Residence, "Ken wyn," 5 Ardmill'an road. Really good table. MTSB HENDERSON. THE STRAND. 54 Pouckle st., offers Supe...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES LOYAL ALBERT LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F., MOONEE PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES -4-~-- LOYAL ALBERT LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F., MiOONEE PODS. An enjo able suloke night 'was spent by S members of the ;above lodge and a numberl' s: of visitors at the Albert flall ol \Wednes- li day eonilng, 25th January. The occasion .was awailed of to make preseutations to SPast Grands Bros. . Grenness andi A. T. "iensliall. The chair was occupied by Bro. -- Cellins, who was sullpported by the Deputy -Grand Master of the Order in Victoria. .. Bro. Pomeroy; Secretary Wýebsber and Di rector Baker. representitg the Grand - Lodge and Board of Directors Discrict (;..t. Condron- Secretary Brotcric: Past " D.G.M.'s Campbecll, Scarden .and Busby, of the Port Phillip District; and District 3.M. Rogers, of the Yarra YTarra District. The proceetdings olteted wit anr overture by Mtr. Morrison, followed by the toast of the Kiing Lnd the Manchester Unity. TIte toast of tie Grand Master and Board of Direc tors was proposed by lP.G. hood and re sponded to by Dfi.ttl. Poomeroy, C. S....

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Non-Vaccination. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Non-Vaccination. (lonstalble 11orris v. Junes obert Pringle. 1r . A. E. Young .gave formal evidence i?s to registration. Constable 2Morris dep, osed that there I;,li ieen two adjouilrnmenlts of this case.. There had been no Iproof of vaccination submit ted. The c;~ue was adljourlned for 14 idays.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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BROADMEADOWS COURT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

BROADE ADOWS COURT ----~- FRIDAY, FEiBRUAIRY 6. - Before Messrs. A. C. Gibb (ch;tirinma, J. Robertson and J. Twomey, justices.. Glaring Licensing Case. Martin Ieelthai, licensee of the Junction llotel, lTullamnarine, was brought up on 1: clharge onil two Sutndays in December ill January. viz.: with having his bar door .olell oil each day. and wjlith allowing a drunken mlan to be on the -irenlises. Two relays of police had been operaltine some on bicycles, and others on foot. Inslpector Costello plrosecuted, and M\r. Mce'arlanie for licenseer. Defenltlant psleaded, guilty to Sunday trad itg atdl having his bar door oplenl on each Suinday. c e Two charges on each count were dealt with. lie was filled £5 for eachl of twc bar door cases, and £2 for each of the other charges, with £6 6s costs. When cleaning windows, add a few drope of ammonia to the water; this' gives a good polish to the glass. If marking ink has become dried up, add -t, few drops of hartshorn oil to it; tlis will mnake...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Wandering Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Wandering Stock. Sanme v. Albert J. 'ho?olnsbn. cow. 7, dd and 4s 6d: Albert Wall, 2 cows, 5s each anll 2s 6d: Frederick Byrne, 2 cows, 5s earvl tantd 2s d E ary Matsli, co 7s 5d a?rl Zs 6d; MDartlt Ireita?e. one go:t foundt watderilltg, 2s 6dl. lld s E2d.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Essendon District Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Essendon Distict Scottish Society. The February concert of the above society promises to be one of excep tional interest. It is the first concert after the election of office-bearers, and being the installation of President MacNeilage into office, there is sure to Lb a large attendano of visitors from other societies. The publishing of the' inames of the following artists is stui eient to ensure a large attendance of the members:--Miss Bessie Martin, 31iss Elra Rogers, Miss Margery Gray (violin), Messrs. J. Lochhead, P'. Cole man and a young aspirant for Scottish comedian honors, Master Roy Woolley entertainment, and should also guar antee a crowded hall. Fix the date on your memory or in your diary-Thurs day, Feb. 19, in Masonic Hall, Ascot Vale, at 8 p.m.

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Secretary Praised. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Cletsiity irralseL. M\emiiers of the Conecil of the Royal tAgricn!tural Soniety of Victoria mo torled out to the show grounds, at i iemington, on Tuesday morning, at the in-itation of Mr. Henry Schwie ger, the secretary of the society, whose residence has lately been erected on tie grounds, under the supervision of Mr. S. iPeck, the society's architect. An inspection of the house and grounds was made. A\t the luncheon which Iillowed. Mr. A. McCracken, the pre sident, nade a short speech, eulogising the work of the secretary and Mrs. Sehwieger. Ie and the members of tihe society generaly were convinced thiat the fiact of tie secretary's resi dence being on the grounds would have a good effect, by enalling him to keep in continuous and close touch with thle concerns of the society.

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Puckle Street. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Puckle Street. The business people of Puckle street are very pleased that the local council has seen its way to resurface the street with tar mac adam. . The work was not put in hand a moment too soon, as the street was in such a very bad condition that motorists declined to make use of it.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Messrs Simmonds and Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

messrs almmonds and Ireland. The firm of Simmronds and Ireland, estate agents, of Essendon, has been dissolved, and the business will be carried on in future under the former style (Simmonds and Ireland), by MIr D. G. Ireland.

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Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

IL t'tI· LIl!11 I LZLI't LLT l to. Ill ote G---<>- - Sales of ]'Property. Ihr. E. Xltoloncy, 10oonee Ponds, ce ports the following recent sales of pro. perty by auction and priiv'ate contract: -Land, Park street. 60 x 120, 1Cl0). land, 44 x 148, Piark street, £126 10s: land. McPherson street, (0 x 135, £157 10s: D.F. W.B. villa, 5 .Addison. stre:t. '550: brick cottage, 12 Grace strect, £300; D.F. brick house, 25 Homer st.. £425' land, 18t frontage to Plckle street, £519; W.B. Bijou villa, 27 Grandison street, £380; laud, Bent st.. 80 x 120, £80; VW.B. Bijou villa . -I Wor\dswortl street, £.175: W.B. house and 13 acres land at Wandong, £170: W.B. villa, 52 Primrosc street, £360.

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Essendon's New Town Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Essenlon's New Town Hall. Complaint has been made as to the fact that the new town hall is to be roofed with iron, and that this will not match the slated roof of the okl town hall. This was referred to at the meet ing of.the council's committee on Mon day evening. The surveyor suhmittcl a detailed statement showing, the dif ferenco in cost as between an iron-antd a slate roof. This showed that had slate been chosen, the cost would have involved iin extra sum of over £700. Seeing that the plan had to be rut dlown in cost as it is, it is obvious that if £700 extga went up on the roof. thei'e would have been £700 less t': spend in offices and-acconmmodation be low. Of course the appearance.of slate is better alongside slate, "bhiut ;t ien the Devil drives," etc. The discussion on this matter is reported elsewhere, in the council proceedings, where the cx •act costage as also given.

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Registration to Military Training. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

T.egistration fbo;itilitary Training. ho to a etii ,if irents who ha??i ? boys" liable f." `miitary training.. is drawn to the advertisement appearing on page 8 of this issile.- Ii spite of the fact that the notice published, quotinig the section of the Defence" Act clearlvi states the correct time for a boy to he. registered for- training, there are mi.ny ? pilrenits who are under tldo impression that a hoy is not required to be regis tered until he actually reaches his four teenth birthday. This not so. It is immaterial in what month of the year the birthday falls, the boy is re quired to be registered in January or - ebruary of the year. in which he reaches the age of 14. As an extreme example, if a boy's fourteenth birthday occurs on the.31st December, 1914, lie is required to be registered during Jan uary or February in 1914. He then commences.his training in July, 1914; •uand his period of training ceases- in the month of June of the year in which he reaches the age of 26, whi...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Messrs Cornwell and Co. proprietary invite tenders in another column for erection of two brick shops, Napier street, Essendon,

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Hair Specialist, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Hair Specialist, Etc. Miss Athalie Fowler, 25 Gladstone street, Moonee Ponds advertises as a hair specialist. Customers may have electric brushing, sing. ing, trimming, head and face massage, etc. Children's hair will also be treated. Tele, phone,-Ascot 6 rtr.

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Special Tram Fares for Henley. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Special Tram Fares for Henley. On Saturday next 6d, return tickets, avail able for combined travel over the Saltwater River and Keilor Road. lines will be issued between the hours of I p.m. and 9.p.m. on the Keilor road cars only, available for re turn any time on lday of issue. These tickets are for tramway travel only, and do not ad mit to the grounds. n. , A o_ .

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CORRESPONDENCE DISFIGURATION OF NEW TOWN HALL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

CORRESPONDENCE DISF1OUIRATION 01' NEW TOWN IIALL. (i'To tile Editor.) Sir,-Tlile painful faet obtrutdes itself ott ninle-tentllh of oulr citizens that tile ilew ,tOWn haIll is to be ultlique ;ttmolgst tity halals by reason of tile fact that it i, to be covered with an iron roof, whichl !ooks aL mass of incongruity. situatt: a: it is be tweet tte old slated hall anitl the slated St. Thomts' ehllurcll. It olily wants tile ttew imuicipal olticg5 to be similatrly rotofed to make tits city a latghingt stock itontottet otiter .tnntticipanlitiet. svho (tare inn titeir towni halls ionte itdest of thf litneat of things. Tile questiolln is low has this ill-starred parsolnllr been brouglht about? Is tle cost of slatillg so llltch greater. tltat tile wlhole ship s houldt be soiletl for a Ial'porth of s.r? I feel sure this false econoIty has tlot been salctiotled by I the council. Ill proof thereof one Ihas oly to qtote tilte sttlttli!ng phrase of nte:trly every mlnayor oil iltltortant oivRfe oc...

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