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MENDING HOUSE LINEN. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 8 January 1914
MENDING HOUSE LINEN. When tile middle portion of a sheet is qluite worn out? the sides. which are tucked in, are generally still whole. If tile strips are wide enough they may be stitched together down the selvages to lmakeo sheets for cots or single beds; or if this cannot be done, use them for making pillow-slips. Eaclh strip will make one slip and the half of another. Pillow-slips are rarely worth mending: like the famous one horse shay," they go to pieces all at once. Counterpanes take a good deal of mend ilug. and if lined with muslin andt ndatly darned will outlive their first freshness for ulanly nonths.. Whens past repairing there aiid- bureasu covers, wv le.ls?ir" yey , e makte good dust cloths. A German woman will darn a table cloth i so beautifully tlihat yo "can scarcely 'tel the darn fromn the original; hbut fw w' glishiwomeu can do the same. Still. it pays to darn dasiask, if the w'ork be care fuiy done. Use file linen thread and in filnitesimal stitches, filliung iii ...
THE ALLURING ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 8 January 1914
THE ALLURiNG AIJ?VERTllSE MENT. The advertisement which brought the drders was as follows:--"10 Yard: of Silk for 2s 6d.-Carriage Paid. The Ceylon Silk Co. have decided. tc make a special offer to advertise thou Silks in Australia, to forward on re : ceipt of-Postal Order value 2s 6d 1i yards oftheir famous guaranteed pure washing silk, in fast colours, compris" - ing the following:--White, cream champagne, pale blue, saxe, navy .black,. resida, cerise, velvet, rose, am ; ... be?. No more than 10 yards will be supp lied to each persdn. State col or distinctly, and make a second choice - to. prevent disappointment. Order early as all orders will be executed ic rotation. This offer closes on Janu -' .ary 14, 1914. - Please mention thi: paper when ordering.-Coylon Sill Co., Central Chambers, 173 Pitt-st. - Sydney.,
ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 8 January 1914
ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. S SYDNEY, Friday, S A man named Edward Percy Liddell, was charged at the police court this Smorning with having conspired to de-. Sfraud several people of large sums of money. T'. e Crown alleged that an elabor Sate fraud had been worlied by means S-of an advertisement appearing chietly Sin country papers, in tno name of the Ceylon aili Company, 173 j'itt-st., Sydney. When the omcers called at the address, nothing was found there to show what business was being car ried on. The officers visited Liudcll's house, and there found his wife sur rounded by letters wluch she was opening. They contained many pos tal notes for 2s 6d each. A mail bag for one delivery included 309 letters, containing 1800 postal notes for 2s ui each. A sum of £200 has been ro was a draper tra 7 ueo7ns'an0, and had exoellent references. Accused was remanded until Janu ary 14, bail being fixed at £500.
A TAKE DOWN 10 YARDS OF SILK FOR 2s 6d. A FRAUDULENT ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 8 January 1914
A TAKE DOWN 10 YARDS OF SILK FOR 2s 6d. A FRAUDULENT ADVERTISE * MENT. Several weeks ago this paper so ceived an advertisement from Sydney, offering to sell 10 yards of silk for 2s 6d, carriage paid. The money was to be sent to the Ceylon Silk Comn pany, Central Chambers, 173 Pitt-st., Sydney. With a view of testing the genu:neness of the transaction we "ap plied the acid" by writing requiring that the advertisement be prepaid. This usually sorts out a fraud-either upon the Press or Public. It did so in this case, as we received no reply; and, needless to say did not insert the advertisement. We therefore protected our numerous readers from being imposed upon. We notice that the advertisement has appeared in several of our contemporaries. The following' summary of the case from "The border Morning Mail," fairly sets out the position:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 8 January 1914
WDUOAUEOWAI. PENLEIGH GIRLS' SCHOOL Formerly A.V. GIRLS' HIGH C0HOOL Noe. 8 and 47 OKAUCER ST., MOONEE PONDS. BEfolent Staff of Trained Teachers. u rge and well-ventilated Schoolrooms. MEcellent Kindergarten. Drawing and Painting: Miss TRICKETT. First-class Ger tificate. South Kensington; Prize-taker Na tional Gallery; First-class Certificate, Edn cation Department. Music, Miss Jelfs, A.L.C.M., Mr. JAGER M.SV., Registered Secondary Teachers o Music. Singing, Miss E. IRVINE. Physi oal Culture, Messrs. Bjelke-Petersen Bros. Principals: Miss SPRIGG. First-olass Trained Teacher. Education Department and Melbourne University MISS LIMEROCK, M.A. Miss Sprigg at home the last Thursday in each month. First Term begins Thursday, 5th February BLINKBONNIE LADIES' COLLEGE AEDMILLAN ROAD. WEST, MOONEE PONDS. Principal. MISS MORRIS. Certificate Honours Melbourne University. Day School and Kindergarten. Boys under 10 received. S Registeored Secondary Teachers. Classes for Drawing and Painting unde ...
Mr. Watt's Supporters. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 8 January 1914
. Mr. Watt'SuP' - Su,:: The Hon. "V. A. Watt held ia I nost enthusiastic meeting of supporters at town hall, Moonee Ponds. on Tues day evening, many ladies being pr -sent. The Mayor of -Essendon (Cr. Henderson) was appointed chairman of the committee. The Premier de li-ered an interesting address. Mr. Watt also formed a Coburg committee the same evening, when about 6O la dies and gentlemen attended, and Ir. W. EI. Cash was appointed chairman.
ELECTIONS STATE ELECTION. HON. W. A. WATT AT ESSENDON. A CROWDED ATTENDANCE. PROCEEDINGS OCCASIONALLY MADE NOISY BY A SMALL HANDFUL OF OPPONENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 8 January 1914
ELECTIONS STATE ELECTION. HON. W. A. WATT AT ESSENDON. A CROWDED ATTENDANCE. PROCEEDINGS OCCASIONALLY S;: MADE NOISY BY A SMALL HANDFUL 0f! OPPONENTS. - On Monday evening a crowded at &nbsp; &nbsp; - tendanco assembled in the new Essen -don Public Hall, to hear the policy speech of the Premier, Essendon's re - presentative. The meeting was both enthusiastic and favourable, although &nbsp; considerable noise was kicked up by a few who evidently attended for the special purpose. The interruptions were patiently borne for a considerable time by the Premier, until it was found that pure "cussedness" was at the bottom of the interruption. The Premier was warmly welcomed upon stepping upon the platform by the large audience, estimated at from 1200 to 1400. There were on the platform several members of the new Cabinet. including Sir Alex. Peacock, Mr. Drysdale Brown, Mr. Donald Mac kinnon, Mr. Lawson, Mr. Baillieu, Mr. -Livingston, Mr. Hagelthorn and Mir. Gray; the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 8 January 1914
CASH BUTCHER 7: 3 . PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS BEST QUALITY OF GOODS. PRICES GUARANTEED id PER LB. BELOW ANY OTHER BUTCHER. 1[fl BREAD DELIVERED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. , .'' . ALL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERATION A. MILES : BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, &C. S6 NAPIER STREET, ESSENDON WHEATEN MEAL BREAD A SPECIALITY. PICNICS. SOCIALS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. THE h,. LATEST V .BURGLAR =- PROOF C VENTILA TING LOCK " . Kflonseholders can leave any window open, lay or night, with perfect safety. Price, La each; or fixed, is 6d. : WILLIA, M McK- GODON : IRONMONGER, S12 NAPIER STREET, ESSENDON . :. SBeautiful Pascoe Vale - Sweet Pascoe Vale Peaceful Pascoe Vale Buy a GARD)EN PLOT for 2/- per week. anwl Solve the Housing Probl m. 66ft x 180, 10/- per foot. l)eposir, =1l ; Balance 2/- weekly. CONSIDER THIS OLFER CLOSELY i Remnember Pascoe Vale, 350ft. above Sea Level. Its Atmosphere Dustless, ? Restful, Stimulating. Your Sleep us Deep as River's Song. SPans a...
CRICKET ASCOT VALE CONGOS. V. MARIBYRNONG PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 15 January 1914
CRICKET .'ASCBOT VALE CONCOS. V. MABIBYR "OG PRESBYTERIANS. Thi- ls match was started on Saturday last on tlhe ground of the former in thle presence of a fair number of spectators. The Congos- skipper 'won the toss., ssd decided to send Itaribyrnong to the wick ets, who opened with Wilson and Streeter to. the bowling of Parris and Iayes. Both batsmnen payed careluily, and runlls were hard to get. With the score at 12, Wil son was nicely caught by Parris off iHayes, 1-2-12. J. Anderson followed, and start ed with some nice hits to leg offt both bowlers, but at 19. Streeter was out, caught by Crawford off Hayes. 2-13-19. H. James was next, but -with only nine runs added. Anderson was caught by Hayes in thqs= slips, off Urayson, 3-10-28. W. Page took the vacant crease. and afCter scoring two bounsnaries, was clean bowled Ly I:r-,yson, 4---24. L. Jasies was also bowied in ae sasom over, 5---34. Carcen snex iartnezed Ja..es but only 4 r.ns: tore asdded befosse tile last-nsamed was bowfti...
THORNBURY, 73. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 15 January 1914
THORNBURY. 73. Shl.rp, King. Bainbridge. Whalley ... ... 20 Robinson, Hayes. Burgess, Wright ...... 22 Boyd. Smitlh. IIoskin.s, Ingliam ......... 10 Whalley, Cogle, Murden, Meiken ......... 21 South Melbourne v. Flemington. SOUTH MELBOURNE, 102. Kirkby, Clarke. Cavanagh, Moss ......... 25 Wright. J. Tohnson, Mclnnes, Holdoway 35 Mitchell. Morris, Herd, Grut ............ 25 Collins. A. M. Johnson, Nixon, Poul ter ................. ... ............ ...... 17
Dental Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 15 January 1914
Dental Notice. Mr. C. G. Keltall, of Norwood crescent. Moonee Ponds, finds his practice in den tistry increased to such an extent that he finds himself compelled to be all day long at his residence to attend his numn erous patients. The hours are 9 anm. to 1 p.m., 2 to 6 p.m.. and 7 to 9 p.m -O-O-O-
Essendon A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 15 January 1914
Eseendon A.N.A. Tlhin,,, were very quiet at the fortnightly meetiwg held on the 8th inst.. probably on account of the Iholidays. The president being absent, Mr. J. E. Edwards declared the meeting open, and fifteen minutes later he declanred the meeting closed, but before doing so two Inew member were eelcted and one proposal received and son dry accounts were passed for payment. The next meeting will be held on the 22nd inst.. and after the branch business a quoit tournament will be held. 0*0
CAMBERWELL, 80. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 15 January 1914
CAMBERWELL. 80. .Linklater, Parves, Cross, Blair ... . 17 ýetetmý Pnorearson. Mlftppk4Oý Ye .19 lar ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... 19 .Alley, Guerin, Farmer. Roberts ......... 22 Abprieldie v. Thornhury. ABERFELDIE. 87. Fraser, Young, McCutcheon, Grieve ...... 24 Smith, Peacock, Cliff, Main ........ .. 20 Mclndoe, Benwell. Guiuin, Price ......... 29 Kemp, Buszard. Newbold, Braitliwaite 14