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GIRLS AS JUDGES COMMUNITY RUN BY CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 21 March 1914
GIRLS AS JUDGES | COMMUNITY RUN BY CHILDREN. | A London magistrate was present when the court of the Little Common wealth at Flowers Farm, Batcombe, sat at the week-end to investigate certain charges which had been brought against the citizens of the unique com munity amongst the hills of Dorset shire (says the Dorchester correspon dent of the "Doily Chronicle"). In this community a number of chil dren—whoso characters arc not unble mished; they having been sent to tho farm from various juvenile courts throughout tho country—are framing their own laws, administering their own punishments, devising their own stan dards of conduct, and evolving a sys tem of life unchecked by any authority beyond that exerted by their own pub lic opinion. They havo a judge — a girl of 13—and the Commonwealth con stable is by no means physically the most poweful inmate of the farm; in deed, it is recorded that on the night of his'appointment he was requested to see that a delinquent retired to bed .at a...
Pender's Grove Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 21 March 1914
Pender's Grove Settlers' Association. The fortnightly meeting was held on Wednesday evening. The standing orders were suspended to receive a deputation from the Northern Tramway Extension League. The speakers on behalf of the league were Messrs Sutch, Harvey, Martin Hannah, and Ex-Cr. Pearl, who placed the case for the St. George's Road to Preston Tramway so well before the members that many who were previously opposed to the extension were favorably impressed. The league intend holding a public meeting in the Pender's grove hall on March 31. Mr. Phillips, the president, thanked the deputation for their attendance, and assured them that the association would give the matter careful consideration. It was afterwards decided to wait till the public meeting before members supported tne league, as they would have then heard the other side; it is understood that the three north ward representatives will attend the meeting. The secretary (Mr. Saxe) reported that the town clerk had replied ...
PENDER'S GROVE SETTLEMENT To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 21 March 1914
PENDER'S GROVE SETTLEMENT -- ♦ -- To the Editor. Sir, —I desire to bring under notice of the public the manner in which the Closer Settlement Board manages af fairs. A prospective settler took up a block of land on the Pender's Grove Estate, and after he received permission from the board to build, he heard that the particular block of land had been sold to the Northcote Town Council for &nbsp; street purposes. He complained to the board about it. He was again informed that it was all right, "to go ahead and build." He, however, was not satisfied, and was making further inquiries, when he received a letter from the board, in forming him if he did not begin to build in April he would have to forfeit the block. He went to the Lands Office to see about the matter, when they in formed him that they were just about to &nbsp; write to him, to tell him that they had made a mistake; that the block he held had already been sold to the Northcote , Council, and that he could ha...
NORTHCOTE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 21 March 1914
NORTHCOTE METHODIST SUN- DAY SCHOOL. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. The anniversary of the Northcote (High street) Methodist Sunday School was celebrated on Sunday last, when special services were conducted morning, afternoon and evening. The musical portion, under the conductorship of Mr. Bert Cox (Miss Hooper organist), partook of the lightsome nature of the festival, and was rendered in a manner worthy of the traditions of the school. The Rev. Alfred Madsen preached to a large congregation in the morning his discourse being received with rapt, attention. The Rev. Val. Trig;,'" ad- dressed the afternoon gathering, and Mr. J. G. Membrey, M.L.A., occupied the pulpit in the evening, when the building was filled to overflowing, num- bers being unable to ohtain admission. The anniversary was further cele- brated on Wednesday evening, by a concert in the school hall, under the presidency of His Worship the Mayor (Cr. S. Dennis .LP.,) who, in his intro ductory remarks, warmly commended the wo...
Northern District Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
Northern District Football Club. The annual meeting was held on Mon day evening at the Commercial Hotel, when there was a large attendance of members, Mr. Dickson being in the chair. The following ollice-bcarers were elected: — President, Mr. W. Dickson; vice-presidents, Messrs J. Ran dall and J. O Brien; treasurer, Mr. J. O'Keefe; secretary, Mr. C. Harrington; assistant secretary, Mr. L. P. Keilly; committee—Messrs E. Jones, T. Barry, J. Flynn, M. Flynn, J. Wade, G. Uglow, T. Morrissey, J. Marshall, D. Brown; delegates, ilessrs W. Dickson and T. Barry; auditors, Messrs \V. Flanagan and A. Norris. The balance-sheet was read and adopted, showing a balance in hand. The club finished sixth on the premiership list last year, but with good support this year hope to be on top. All members and intending members are re i quested to train next week (Monday and Wednesday) at Croxton Park.
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
Football Notes. The secretary of the Northcote and Preston Football Club (Mr. G. Robert son) acknowledges with thanks the fol lowing donations:—Cr. A. A. McDonell (president), £11 Mr. A. Brooks (vice president), JE1/1/- and £2 2 - trophy; Mr. S. Solomon, 10 6; Mr. H. Fur/er, gold medal. Messrs. F. Swale and W. H. Smith have been elected as delegates for the Northcote and Preston F.C. for the en suing season. Mr. J. M. Brown has also been appointed assistant secretary. Preston District are now in full train ing. A scratch match was played with the Fitzroy United last Saturday. Ow ing to the visitors being on tile light side, District divided weight with them and played an hour's solid football. No match at Heidelberg to-day. Meet 3 o'clock Council Club Hotel, Preston. "Fair Minded's " letter unavoidably held over till next issue.
WEDDING. PROHASKY—MILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
WEDDING. PROIIASKY—MILLER. A very pretty and interesting wedding was celebrated on March 11th at the Congregational Church, Armadale St., Northcote, when Miss Ada Miller, eld est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Miller, "Reesville," Woolton Avenue, Croxton, was married to Mr. C. W. Pro hasky, of "Hazelmere," Fermanagh road, Camberwell, eldestson of Mr. and Mrs. C. Prohasky. The service was con ducted by Kev. A. H. Hunton. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a beautiful gown of white ninon over silk, with court train trimmed with Brussells Tamboure lace, pearl trimming and ortnge blossom. Her veil was hand somely worked by her sisLer, Eva, and she carried a bouquet of white roses and lilies, entwined with autumn leaves and fern. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a cheque. The bridesmaids were Misses Eva and Emily Miller, sis ters of the bride, who were dressed in white embossed voile trimmed with real Maltese lace, and wore tulle mounts in their hair, t...
BOWLS. JIKA JIKA COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
BOWLS. J1KA JIKA COMPETITION. Ivanhoe A v. Nortlicote A. Scores: IVANHOE A, 131. 1. Holt, Show, Rendle, W. Barston 2 2. Stone, Knell, Pago, Oakes ... 3 3. Burrell, Rev. James, Bysouth, Dr. Adam _ ... ... 3 •1. Mcintosh, Maggs" 'J. King, Del infante ... ... 3 NORTHCOTE A 70 1. Allen, Mason, Bailey, B. Hyan... 5 2. Bowden, Duncan, Schieferdecker Bennell ... 3. Bailey, T. Taylor, M. Taylor, Harrington 4. Saunders, Campbell, Mitchell, Plant Thornbury A v. Preston A, at Preston. j THORNBURY A, 98, I 1. Farley, Slater, Murden, Meakin 25 ! 2. Boyd, E. H. Smith, Hosking, ... 1 Ingham ... ... 22 j 3. Sharp, King, Buinbridge, J. S.... Whalley ... ... 17 ] 4. Robinson, Hayes, Burgess, Wright ... ... 31 1 PRESTON A, 82. 1. Pike, Dale, Crispe, jun, Crispe ... 20 2. Howe, Robertson, Broadhurst,... Walker ... ... 25 3. White, Braithwaite, Patterson,... A. White ... ... 23 4. Olney, Ross, A. Wilkinson, A. S. Wilkinson. ... ... 8 Preston B v. Thornbury B, at Thorn bury. Scores:— PRESTON B, 98 1. Bri...
LIVING WITHOUT AIR OR FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
LIVING WITHOUT AIR OR FOOD. According to Macdonald, a Scotch naturalist of wide repute, tlie turtle la the strangest of all living things and the most unfathomable. He can llvo in the water ns well as out of It, and can seemingly go for Indefinite lengths of time without nlr or food or light He is neither fish nor flesh nor fowl, and yet he has the characteristics of all three. As for his eating, it seoms quite supertlouous, for lie can remain shut up In a barrel for a nunvber of weeks and emerge at the end of the lime apparently none the worse for tlio lack of food and light and nlr. (The baby turtle seems also just as Indifferent to Its surroundings ns Its parents are. As soon as It comes forth from Its egg it scuttles oil' (o the sea. It lias no one to teaoli or guide It. In its ibraln seems Implanted the idea that unltH its armor becomes hunt it Jias no defence against hungry Hull, and so It seeks shelter In gulf weed niitl-feeds unmolested until its minor gets hard. By the time...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
Church entertainments SOUTH PRESTON ■ METHOD I ST CHURCH VILLAGE FA III to lie opened by THE MINISTER OF LANDS, lion. II. W. Lawkon, M.L.A., At the Shire Hall, Preston, On Thursday, 2nd April, nt II p.m., and to remain open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Evenings. Well-Stocked Stalls. Exciting Com petitions. Grand Cooking Competition. Prize 2/11 for each item: No entry fee. All entries (Cooking Competition) must l>e in by 2 o'clock on Thursday. Good Programme each evening. Saturday Afternoon, Children's Day, admission 1(1. Admission Gd, Season Tickets 1/ (including chance in Limerick). Rev. B. L. Skmmknk, Chairman. Alien. Wii.kinson, Hon. Sec. QOUTH PRESTON METHODIST O SUNDAY SCHOOL. The ANNIVERSARY of the above School will be celebrated on Sunday, 2'Jlh March, when Three Special Ser vices will be held: —Morning at 11 by the Rev. A. Mad.s'K.Y, of Clifton Hill; Afternoon at :i by the Rev. V. T!ai.i,aki>, of Brunswick; Evening at 7 by the Rev. R. Joyce, of the PorL Melb. Mission...
Avoiding Comparisons. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
Avoiding Comparison*. "What 1b your objection to me as a son-in-law? My character is "be yond reproach," "That's just It," said Mr. Olsport. "You don't suppose I want to go through the rest of my life having ample!" In an asylum tnvo worthies named Saiullo and Tam f-rmed a plan to inako their escape. Sarnllo says to Tarn:— "Bend doon and I'll get on your haok and get on the tap o' the wall and haul you trp." Sandie gets on the top of the wall and slides down the other side, say ing: "Tam, I think you'll il>e tetter to stay nnither fortnlclit, for you're no - near sane yet." .
NORTHCOTE BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
NORTHCOTE BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. ' The yearly celebration in connection t with the above Sunday School was com I menced on Sunday morning last, when the building was nicoly decorated with •flagand floral emblems. The scholars, ranged in tiers, formed a leading fea ture of the occasion, their singing being marked with enthusiasm throughout the various meetings. At the morning ser vice the Kev. w. II. Holdsworth, H.A., nrenched to a large congregation, ins theme being illustrative of true home life. The Kev. N. L. Iteurlc offi ciated during the afternoon, and the Kev. G. J. Mackay, Director of Home Missions, at night. On the latter occa sion the building was filled to overflow ing. The discourse was founded on John 9-U5, ''Dost thou believe on the Son of God?"—a question addressed to the man born blind whose sight had been res tored; and the subsequent reply, "Lord, 1 believe," was a full and complete tes timony to the man's faith. Many men hnd risen to great eminen...
CHEERFUL EVER! [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
CHEERFUL EVER! It's gooil we can Bay, -with n sigh and a smile: "Times will be better arter awhile! The light will stream through the clouds o'erhead, And flowers will bloom 'where thu thorns 'were red!" What of the eigh, if we say with a smile: "Times will >be better after awhile?" It's a long, long way to the light ot day; But winter gives ever a promise of May. And ever we dream, in the darkest night: "The joy will come -with the morning light!" Even in our sorrow we say ■with- a smile: "Times will ibe better after awhile!" "Times will be 'better!" Jn joy and woe Is it not sweeter to sing them so? Sweeter to dream, when the dark's o'er the blue, The eyes ot the angels are looking at you? Away with the sigh, then, aud sweet ihe the smile, "Times will foe ibetter after awhile!"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
COMPULSORY INSURANCE Workers' Compensation Act 1914 This Act hns passed both Houses of Parliament nml will shortly become' opera tivo. It is obligatory upon every ■ employer of labor (includ ing those employing domes tic servants) to take out a policy of insurance, and / failure to do so renders the employer liable to a penalty of £2 in respect of each uninsured worker, and n further penalty of XI for every week during which he fails to take out n policy. Stott & Bastings Have been specially ap pointed for Northcote, Preston, and Fairfield, by the leading Companies to issue policies to insurers at lowest rates. . All information', rates, &c., at their offices: ' HIGH STREET, NORTHCOTE (corner Wcstbourne Grove) HIGH . ST., UPPER NORTHCOTE (corner Normnnby Avenue) STATION STREET, FAIRFIELD. Tel. 1976.
Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
Household Hints. In -washing paint, always remember to wet the under-part first, so, when "vvasmnrg the .upper, any water running flown will leave no streaky marks. Save all the orange peel you have. Dry It in a cool oven and store away in paper ibags. Then some morning, when your fire will not burn, throw a bit gt peel on and watch the effect. If you want to clean rusty flrelrons you should rub them well with sweet oil, and leave them wet for a day or two.; Then rub them with unslacked lime. This will remove the rust, and then, you may polish your irons just as usual. \Vlven making 'Yorkshire [pudding and pancakes, mix the flour with water Instead of milk, break the egg Into the 'basin, and l>eat all together thoroughly. It will ibe found much lighter and cheaper, less milk being required. Before taking apples, pour boiling water over them. Put a little water In the dish they are b -k vi in. Cook slowly. When ready, the skin can ibe taken off so thinly as to be transpar ent. To ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
Amusements OPP. TOWN, HAIL EVERY EVENING AT 8. Matinees Saturdays And Holidays. PICTURES DE LUXE. MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2.80. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. An Exceptional Programme. A Two-Reel "Kalem" Feature. , THE CHINESE DEATH TIIOUN. THE CHINESE DEATH THORN. And A Great "Edison" Railroad Drama, THE PHANTOM SIGNAL. THE PHANTOM SIGNAL. Also Two Comic Convul.wrs, FATTY JOINS THE FORCE And COHEN SAVES THE FLAG. "Keystone" Comedians in their happi est vein. NEXT WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. Monday. 30th March. Three Nights Only. A Wondrous "Pathe" Star. THE STOLEN CHILD. THE STOLEN CHILD. f.MOft. long. Filmed in Natural Colors. A Notable Dramatic Production. Played by a Notable Cast. A Supremo Picture Efi'ort. THURSDAY, 2nd APRIL. Throe Nights and Matinee. "Kalem" present PERILS OF THE WHITE LIGHTS. A Gripping Story of Stage Life. Also a Sure Laugh Boom. A Two-Reel "Keystone" Comic, THE CLUTCHES OF THE GANG. A Whirlwind of Fun and Laughter. CHARITY. CHARITY-. CHARITY. AUSTIN HOSPITAL FUND. " AUSTIN HOSPITA...
EYE-OPENERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
EYE-OPENERS. A good remedy for scaly leg:—Kero sene, two parts; castor oil, two parts; boraclc acid, one part. 'Mix and let Btand for 21 hours. Well rub Into leg, with two days between each applica tion, until cured. When keeping-fowls in small runs, an extra plot of ground should be re served for the growing of green feed, which is indispensable it the 1>irds are to do well and keep well. Use crushed charcoal in the yards and you will have healthy birds. It is a splendid internal clcanslng agent. The bowels are the best indicators of condition. When the droppings are with white, the general health is good and the food 1s right.
FOOD REQUIRED BY HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
FOOD REQUIRED BY HENS. One of the findings of science on the subject of poultry-keeping Is that a hen rsquires one-fiftieth of her weight in food every day to maintain her Ibodily vigor. So, if a hen weighs Gib. 4oz. thy daily allowance of food ought to be 2oz. But that allows noth ing .for the manufacture of the egg. A hen in full lay Is asumed to lay lOoz. in a 'Vek. As 60 per cent, of an egg is water, that means that at lenBt 4oz. more food must be allowed. A safe rule is to allow laying hens about 3oz. of food per day. In con fined runs, much more care has to be taken to give a well-balanced ration than "when the fowls run free. In the latter case the birds seldom become too 'fat, and they keep themselves in health! iby eating a variety of green food, which acts ns a corrective to all sorts of complaints to which other fowls are Bubject.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
THE PERFECT HOME HEALER ;Foii Skin Sokes and Injuries. Every , Home Needs Zam-Ruk. . Tho golden rule for every homo is: "Keep Zam-Buk always handy." Whe ther it be a bruised forehead, trapped finger, grazed knee, scaldcd foot, cub hand, or sprained ankle, Zun-liulc soothos away smarting pain, provonta the injury from taking "bad ways," and ensures quick, houlthy healing Mrs. M. JDrury, Ranelagh street, Adolaide, says:—"My son Arthur up sot a cup of hot tea over his foot wliou he was qui to young. Tho ilosh being so tender was terribly scalded, and for three months the boy was in a shock ing state. A nasty sore formed which seemed to bo eating into the ilesh. All efforts to bring tho child relief woro ineil'ectivo until we tried Zuu-Buk. This balm proved remarkable soothing and it soon caused tho mass of inllam mation to leave tho sores. As wo pel severed" with it, Zim-Buk began to heal tho bad placos, great progress be ing noticoablc; overy day. Continued treatment with Xtui-liuk ev...
THE POULTRY YARD. SALINE REMEDIES FOR POULTRY [Newspaper Article] — Northcote Leader — 28 March 1914
THE POULTRY YARD. SALINE REMEDIES FOR POULTRY One of tho chcnpcnt, simplest, yet most effective of remedies Is that known as Epsom salts, or magnesium sulphate. Ill the poultry-yard It Is In valuable, biid 110 poultry-keeper can nITord to bo without II, for its use as n llrst aid In many Instances will ward off serious troubles, and save the lives of many fowls. Liver disease, or diarrhoea, when the comb Is purple in color and a hen loses her appetite, is often remedied 'by a dose of Epsom salts, given about two hours before or after meals, the correct dose being half a teaspoonful iper bird, dissolved In warm water, and poured down tho throat. When Epsom salts are being given, It is advisable to reduce the food supply, in order that the medi cine may Pave the. full effect upon the bird's organs. Closely allied to tho above Is Glauber's salts, or sodium sulphate. Tills saline treatment is wonderful In Improving tho digestion and appetite of ailing fowls, and iby its action on the in...