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LOBSTER A LA NEWBURGH (AMERICAN). [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
LO3STER A LA NEWBURGi (AMERICAN). Cut tile neat of two boiled lobsters into small pieces. Place in a chafing-dishl witli a lomnp of hluter tile size of an egg , little salt and ppepper. Simmininer until hot, and wllile simmiering add one gill of sherry. Add 15 pint of cream, and let ll coln to aL boil. IWhile boiling add the broke" (niot heatenl) yolks of five eggs. Care Illnst be taken as thie eggs are added to keep time muass in motion (but not by stirrinp) until hot and creamvy, This is ^dOnl by lifting tile paim from tlie fire ever, three or four secolds, Umovillg quickly back wards and forwards to produce a wI"Ve like miotion. This last injmnctiOi is 'n lortant. Servo on small rounds of toast 1d ni buttered iread. lish o neatl. 'ar.;ish switl fried parsoey, and serve lot.
Trespassing Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
STrespassillg ,toc.i. Lilian Brown, 9 iows, 2s 6d a Ile'dL lanld 2s 6d costs; William McCauloy, cow. 5s atnd 2s 6d costs; W1illialn DelarlnY, ?ow. 5s a nd' 2s 6d; Samuel Bulloclr. 2 cows. '-s eacli case and 2s 6d; Georgeo Kemp. cow. ?a 6d and -2s 6d Fred Smith. cow, ds and 2s 6d:; Daniel Hartnett, cow, 5s and 2s 6d; Daniel lHartnett, 2 cows, 58s and 2s 6d.
ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY MONTHLY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
ESSENMDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY MONTHLY SOCIAL. 'Tile Masonic Hall, Ascot Vale, was tihe scene of the January social of the above society on Thursday, i1th inst. Tire fa tigue ancd excitement of an election, and tihe holiday season militated agnainst the attendance, but, inotwithstanding, there was a large gathlering to listen to the ¶olowring artists:-Misses Minnie Paton. Florrie Gordon. Messrs. Fred Harry and Will Sandoe arid tle Bush Harmonists Messrs. Knowles, Rook and Fraser). Mr. A. E. Morrison looked after the aecom panimneinss, anid Piiper J. G. Harris assisted a reel party, upplied by ir. eo. t ay, to shiow their ability- in dancing. A march by Piper Harris opened pro ceedlngs, thein three clever Iasses dar ced the Higiilaid Fling, the reel havisg to be omitted oseing to ihe abserce of one of the dancers. Thie r sieasl iortioln was inaugurad ctby Mr. Fred Harry, who made his first ap pearanlce at these concerts. Mr. Harry a a leasig light tenor voice, with a synlal tiet...
CORRESPONDENCE THE PROPOSED MOTOR-BUS SERVICE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
CORRESPON DENCE THE PROPOSED MOTOR-BUS SERVICE. To the Editor. Sir,-Whileo the residents of this growing city will be glad to learn that some pro vielon is being matde for travelling fisel ities. it is to he Ihpited that the City councillors are not going to allow them selves to be leg -sroped to a schemeo whilich will insolve them finaocially in a tat gle. If I ant not hereft of intellicence, the scheme, it ii proposed according to tospaperlc repo.ts. is one of the silliest ideas it is possible to conceive, and if I am a prophet, the sellmeu will not be xpesgcted to earo e-no elt stoney to may for gceasinc the wlheels of thle convey anre=. 'Ilter , is plenty of scope of ilter coult tstticatints in this listrict, such as Bu ddot Part Aherfeldie. and other parts of the dlistrict fatsishisg for traveiling is, ililtcc Tours. etc.. PROORESP Elist days after its fssll int6O anine sllfti 10ft seep ott the Pelldarve Estate, Camborne. a valunable dlog has been res cued atlive asd usnhsurt. ...
ELECTIONS MR. WATT RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
ELECTIONS * MR. WATT RETURNED. BY A GOOD MAJORITY. On Thursday, 15th inst., the elections caused through the forming of the Watt Ministry took place. Mr. Watt (the pre mier) was opposed by Cr. Frank Keane and a good sight was put up. A good deal of interest was taken in the contest, and the poll was a large one, although numerous electors were away and did not vote. it hbeing the holiday seasoln. Both candidates had plenty of motor cars work ing in their behalf and by this means a lot of electors were brought to the poll. 'riTe postal votes amounted to 398. Dr. H. P. Martell acted as returning; oelicer, nol his substitute s'as Mr. R. W. N. Liad who Ilhad, anumber of deputies I and poll clerks under him The polling places were Ascot Vale. Coburg. Moreland, Essendon. Moonee Ponds and Pascoe \ale. sihe Coburg and Moreland figures were added together, and this was the only place where Mr. Beans had -a najority. iis lead beig 170. Mr. Watt's nmiaoritic were-42 at Ascot Vale, 448 at Esset...
THE ELECTIONS. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
ESSENDON. The following was the reIsul W~att Keane.e Ascot Vale ... W 1.,26 e 1, . E~s~1,264 ... Coburg . ........ 1,163 ... 1,333 Essenlon ... . 1,045 .. 597 Moonee Ponda...... 2,334 ... 1,503 Pascoc Vale ... 58 .. 27 Postal votes . 319 ... 79 Totals. 6,183 4.761 3Majorit for Watt ... 1.442. PREVIOUS ELECTION IN 1911. Watt ...... ... 7.134 Keane ... .. 4,987 Majority for Watt ......... 2.147 Mr. Watt, whlo was received with loud cheers, accompanied hy soue hooting. re turned thanks for the magnificent poll in his favour. It meant that Essendon had confidence in his representation of the district. sid confitlence in the Govern merilt. (Cheers.) For him and his cl Ieagses, and the memhers of tre party for wlom lie Had the hIonour to speak, it crae as a very splendid token of ltheir alppreiation. It vould give tre Liberal Alninistratisin heart and stimulus to sork still more earnestly for tIre developmeint arsd rotection of tle best irnterests of thile ieoe. (Hear. hear.) The result c...
Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
Debt. O'Neil v. Prunty, claim of £3 15s for sand and loam supplied. Defendant did not lapipear. Order for amount with 15s costs. - Mr. C. J. McFarlane appeared for coinm iilaiiait in both cases. Same v. Oiwens claim of £3 for sand and loam supplied. Order for amount with 15s costs. Matthews V. Lily Crawford, claim of £5 10s 9d, for use and hire of chattels. Only is .had been..iaid on accounlt. M1r. C.'J. MeFarlane for counplainanit. Order-for £15 is 9d; with £1 3s 6i1 costs. Turner Bros. V. ;J.. S; Oliveri claim of "£13 8s- 9d. Mr. CO J McFarlane for defendantul, said lie had paid 15s. with 5s cpsts into court on 15th Janultiry, and denied all liability. Defgndants iid not appeai tand 31r. Mc Farlane applied fIor a dismissal. Coin plainants notified that they would niot pro ceed further as regards the portion of the claim totalling £12 10. Case dism sjaeed `r Jones v.· M5-1t1easure Adjoiirised for 14 dlIays on. theisapphlicattuos of Mr. C. 3. Mce
CHURCH OF ENGLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. A SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
C3UIRCi OF E3SL.NlD CRICIKET ASSOCIATION. A SECTION The match betweenu St James and St.. Andrewe, Clifton lfll, resulted in at win for the former by nine wickets and four runs. St. James, 4 for 172. innings closet .(D. Fielding 103 ntot out, 1W. iruse In. P'. Head 6, A. eKnight 10 not out; II. Stott 2 for 39. E. Brookes 1 for 23). St. Au drews, 100 and 73, one oan Bshort (E. Pol lard 31. H. Stott 31, T. Pollard 20, W. Stafford 15 not out; J. Roberts 3 for 19; P. Head 4 for 2, 'T. Isaacs 3 for 2i. D. Fielding 3 for 34, W. Kiruse 5 for 37.. The feature of the match was the batting os D. Fielding 103 not out, wnho is "showing great form this season. This is the sec ond century be has made in the last two games played. to the pren'ious match lie scored 104 not out. wheinu the innings was again declared closed in order that a three-point winll might be obtained. Next Saturday St. James play a two days' match against St. Angastine's. Moreland cab will leave Tadgell lro.' olfice, opposite ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. XMAS CARDS and GREETING XMAS CARDB and GREETING . XMAS CARDS and GREBETING Splendid Variety. CLARKE'S - 4 PUCKLE STREET nBuy now for otagoing matta FREE Advice, anotee and Specideations for the Installation of Electrio Light and Power By having ELECTRIC LIGHT In your Home you will be UP TO DATE and COMF'OETABLE. The number of Electrical INSTALLATIONS In progress throughout the Metropolitan Area at the present time is a proof of ite * superiority. THE NORTH MELBOUBNE ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS AND LIGHTING (O. LTD. Mt. Alexander road, Ascot Vale. T6. TO Ascot. W. J. EMERY UUOIRICAL CONTRACTOR. Estmat. submitntd manhip guaamt sd; - QueIsans a 1 ELDER PARADE. USSENDON. Letters or Pst Ca rds promptly attended MRS. lIVEM (Late of J..Payne, Bourke street) Has moved the CORSET AND LADIES' DRAPERY Business from 1MNt. Alexander road to 29 PHickle street, Moo nee'Ponds. Corset Parlour and Ladies' and Chiii dren's Clothing Department. Iadie fitted. PUBLIC NOTICES. uIn . ma wu mo no go a...
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL ----+--- MONDAY. JANUARY 19. Present--chtll except Crs. Lyonl and Rhodien. Rhoden. Correspondence. E. Woods wrote as to theI plantinilg of trees in Hurtle street, asking to e - lowed to plant sugar gains and erect tree guard.- Per lssiol granted. con C. Pielkering wrote as to e bd con dition of footway in 1Tylor street, bie tween Margaret street and the ralway on thie south sidie.-Rleferredi to estimaltles. the surveyor to report. W. i'. Si. Steele lu-unglit under ilotice tlieconmitidti of tile solth side oft M eClly street. saurestiri that the pathi e as phalted ot the i south side, being the anini thoronghflre to tihe station.-litetrreiu to committe lor consideration. Adaison, Strertle anl Cti. wrote as to thle footway in r:isomb ro.id, o e nthat it be aspn alieimeoa.Iteirrcd to iestiL mates. J. 2titclltll. a\'slhingtoln street. asked it ait n intenredr to etal the cliiomm iitt - o which was in o danci erous sinica -1' bi informed it nill he the next street m...
TENNIS MICKLEHAM. MICKLEHAM TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
TENNIS MICIKLEHAM. MICKLEHAM TENNIS CLUU. A mast enjoyable afternoon was spent on thle icehmcourt onl Saturdayr last, when teams from the newly-fortmed clubs, Greenvals and Micklelham, met to try conclusions. On tihe Iprevious Sat urday. a few Micklehatm players. who, on short notice visited Ctreenvale, were easily dtefeated, so on ttte 17tlh every ef fort was made to turn the tables. After a stubborn contest, in which many bright rallics and skillul exchalsges occurred., victory rested with Micklellam, who scor ed 8 sets (61 games) to Greenvale's 4 sets (5D games). Details were as follows:- Miss Hentderson and Lantford beat Miss MIillar and 'Millar. 6-5, and Miss Ericksoti antd MeNist, 6-2. Milss Johnson o ltl dLeaclt beat Miss IHall and Cox, 6-5, and Miss Wills and Wills. 6-5. Miss Vincttt atd Willi:ms beat Mitss Wills anid Wills, 6-4, atid Miss Mall and Cox. 6-3. Mrs. Johnson and Henderson beat Miss Erickson anid McNish, 6-4, and lost to Miss Millar antd Millar. 2-6. Henlersorl a...