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FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
FEBRUARY. 3, AVIENEL TURF CLUB. 4, 5. BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB. 4, 5, 7. TASMANIAN RACING CLUB.-Nominations, January 13; weights, Hobart Cup, Jan. 29. 7. WILLIAMSTOWN RACING CLUB. 11. VICTORIAN CLUB. 14, 21. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB.-Nominations, January 6; weights, January 27; acceptances, February 12. 18..1 00KRIEL&V-,T.EY RA9n.:
TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
',TU F TOPICS By Even 'rine. RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY. 26. ADELAIDE RACING CLUJB. - Nominations, Jinuuary 12; weights, January 15; acceptances, January 19. 23, 24. GEELONG RACING CLUB. Nominations, January 19; weights, January 21. 21. AU6TRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. 26. WILLIAMSTOWN RACING CLUB. 26. CAMPERDOwN TURF CLUB. 26. 31ERBEIN RACES. 27. AD)ELAIDE RACING CLUB. 28, 29, 31. TASMANIAN TURF CLUB.-Nominations, January 13; weights, Launceston Cup and Stee plechase, January 21; acceptances, Launceston Cup and Steeplechase, January 24. 3O. E\IWNlHAM RACING CLUB. SNominations, January 13; weights, January 29. 31. SAŽDOWN PARK RACES.
GOOSEBERRY MOULD. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
GOOSEBERRY MOULD. Ingredients 1 qt. of gooseberries,u 1 gill of water, }oz of gelatine (previously soaked). }lb of loaf sugar, los of ground aluonds, blancbed almonds, custard or cream. Put the gooseberries and water into a toewpan and simmer until the fruit. is quito soft Then rub tlhrough a sieve and it backi the pulp into thi pan. Add the gehatine, loaf sugar, and ground almonds, and whens thoroughly dissolved pour the msixtture into a wet mould. When quite cold, turn out the pudding andI decorate it with Islanched almonds, cut in stripe, serves with custard or cream. m ae~
ASCOT VALE. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
ASCOT \ALE. 28. M-rs. Anderson, Mrs. Inches, Mrs. Shad .dock, Mrs. Cole ............ ... ... 10 Mrs. Ullmer, Mrs. Pownall, Mrs. Muir, Mrs. Anderson .............. .. 18 Victoria v. Flemington. VIClORIA, 120. Debney, J. Marsh, U. Munro. J. Bur rell ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . 26 Meandoza,- Ingrain,. Connan, E. W. i' arles ... ... ..... ... ... ... ... ... .. 28 )enmamn;- J. 'ord, M. G. Parkes, Oliver 3o tSoitnuy, Liciiarils, air," Armstrontg o.
STRAWBERRY CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
STRAWBERB Y CREAM. Ingredients: 4oz of ground rice, 1 quart of milk. 4oz of strawberries, a little cochincal, desiccated cocoanut, 2oz of butter. 2z of ssugar. lb drops of essence of vanilla. Boil the rice in tlbsmilk, then add the butter and sugar also t es ce vanilla. Stir for 20 minutes after it boils: till it becomes a smooth custard. which must be coloured pink with a few drops of coclhineal. Crush the strawberries andI spread them in a layer at the bottom 6f a dish. Pour over the custard and set the dish aside to cool, scattering thie desic rated cocoanut over tile lop.
BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
BOWLING Tile Mloonee P'onds club journeyed to Footcray last Saturday, when they onutl tile green like skating rink-eon ias mutstard. Result-beaten in every rink utl tihe one Captained by the Village Blacksmith. ssho ssas 5 points up. The club piropose holding a Ladies' Day On Mo3nday, 2bli January, when the lady's bracelet presented by Mr. Hvrry will he played for, and it is intended to invite lady bowlers to play a match on the Breeli.
SECOND ELEVENS. FITZROY V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
CEUCONJ) ELEVENS. FLIZ.OY -\\ ' ESSENDON. Plaed .at Fitzroy. Fitzroy, after losing oight wickets for 352, declared tie innings closed. Essendon made 112 and 107. Trai :tham 23 and 17, HIana 27 and 10, Chelloew 19, Liston 25, McLean 21 .not out, bIatted best for Essendon. .Tarrant took ten wickets for 63, Ormsby eight for 95, Boulter two for 52. Lanedown was in fine formn behind thi nwicets, stumping six men. Fitzroy won by an inningo and 1133 runs
CRICKET ESSENDON V. FITZROY. AT ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
CRICKET FSS)ENDON V. FITZROY. AT ESSENDON. This match was comnmenced on the 24th uit., but owing to interstate fixtures was not concluded till Saturday last. Essen don failed badly in the lirst innings, only making. 83 on a perfect wicket. tLcouald. tile Fitzroy fast bowler, being unpslayable. Ie secured 9 wicsets for 45. Fitzroy re sponded with 202, 3tcDoststld again seittg to the fore with a line exlhibition of bat ting. scorintg 85, intcludsisng 5 sixers and a fours. Tise locale thllerefore lad to ik et 119 to save an itnnings defeat. This loioked imminent wihen five wickets lad fallen for 68, out of whici a5dcarttoys scored 27 alnd Shea 24. ltisseil sod Stcel. Isowever-, addsledl 98 for the sixth wicket, tihe former pIlay ing a fine insninss for 48 antI tie latter for 38. 'Ise1' eachs Iattedi for 110 minutses, and saved the side. for test llRussell was out lbw there was no chance of their oppontents gainiug the extra point for all outright will. Rlussell gave ttun easy chlittce ...
SCOTTISH CRICKET. ESSENDON V. COLLINGWOOD CALEDONIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
SCOTTlSE CICKiET. ESSENDON V. COLLINGWOOD CALEDONIANS. This match was continued on the L Col lingwood ground last . Saturday in the presence 01 -a fair number of supnorters of both teams. The scores for tile pre - vious Saturday were-Collingwood 72, Es sendon 6 Wickets for 68. - Moir and Cam eron, the not out batsmen, resumed to the bowling of Orawley and McDougall. but Cameron was given out- leg besore, much to his disgust, so, without any ad dition to the score, Essendton hau lost another wicket. Wood joined Moir. and with the addition of one run' iloir was caught, 8 wickets being down for 68. Bailey came next, and by nice batting, put on 12 runs before Wood- was bowledo hby :rey. HI. Whlitelaw was tile last to bat, but did not score,' the last-wiieret falling for 87, a performance which--will have to be improved on if. this team are looking for the premiership. -The most useIul innings at a critical stage of the game was Bailey's., anld lie deserves to be comilimtented on his per...
PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
--PRINCESS THEATRE. Bell. o and b Woods .............. 13 Clifton, b Otto .. 20.. *Keogh, st b Otto 23. . Hampton, b West ......... . Lampli, b Devereaux.. Sheppard, b Otto ............ ..... .. Dunln, b Deverea .. 1 Stapleton, c b Otto'.. . 4 Pliurting, c b Otto ... Benson, c Devoreaun . 1 Carroll, b Otto...... .... o Ierin, not out... ..'.... Total ....67 Bowling.-West 1 for 18, Woods 1 for 28. Otto 6 for 5, Devereaux 3 for 17.
HOCK SAUCE FOR STEAMED PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
h1OCL SAUCE FOR STEAMED PUDDIif Half a pint of hock with three slices of lemon and a stick of cinnamOn. Put in a sancepan to steam for 15 minutes. Beat it p 2 eggs well, add at small table spoonful of sugar, and a teaspoonful of flour mixed with 5 or 4 teaspoonfuls of wine. Then pour into the sancepan of winse. and beat it for 5 minutes without stophpinLg. Don't let it boil.
PLUM SHAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
PLUM SHAPE. J ugredients:. 1 quart of plume, Joe.of gelatine. Poor hoiling- water over a quart of plums. let them stand long enough to soften the skins, hot not to break them open, pour off the water, and when cool peel and remove the stones, taking care to save all the juice. Soak Joz of gelatine in a cupful of cold water. Stew the plume until tender, after adding a cupful of water. Sweeten to .taste, then stir the whole while hot into the gelatine. Serve with whipped cream or custard. Lemon ijuice or wine can be used with the water if liked.
Census of Voters. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
Genius of \outerl. Nut before it was time the members of lhe police lorce Ilv e coinultoced La ual5ii in order wo bet ot.it, voters eurollea. u'cy imade a Start liut weed, and are lea viui a LI IrLo tea iormiwi ib each booe ILoliler t'licco s.lieuuvie tioe io te iii 1 iii, with lif riut Liii es lani adirbsses of every inmate. Iate and female. over it years of age. A peciinlty is pirovidedl for iinot oiLing in the lutan, which will be caliie&lt;L for Wllen comopleted. It is to be uioped tlatoo tie pubic till cheerfuilty coin lily tLi tLte IlLW, aLL see that all alLes are properny enrolled.
Sub-Inspector Entertained [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
dub-Inslpector En terttinlled ulb-Inspector 1o Allister, who wa, seer geant in cihargo of Royal Parki until lie wiS plromoted about a fortniglight ago, wna eitertained by re-identa of :trklvid a Royal Parik at tlh larkisijie 110t,! Monlday evenlllg. ir. C. Clements, :I behialf of tie resiients, ptresented ta guest With a gaul clhain and dliamonsl locItet, suitably inscriedl, anld hantled him a silce tea-nenrice for hiS wile. It will pe reinelnaUlarea that iumb-Inlsector McAllister was for a bong timn in cinCtrge of tike police station a tnCeot Vale.
An Important Subdivisional Sale [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
Au Important Subdivisional yJli :ee!-rs MomLbrey and Deanr of Queen street, and Mr. A. E. Young, ol Priekle street, auctionecrs, in conjunction, adver tise an importauLnt subdivisional sale of ideal building sites sitluatedl at Daisy-st., Washlinlgton street. and Florence street, Essendonl, within a very short distanlce o!f tihe railwray stationl. Plans are now ready, and obtainable from the auctioln cers. This ollpportunlity presents itselt to builders andi inlvcstors. as the reserves fixed aire decidedly loinil, il oruer Ito clear the line; iiind teris excepltional.
CITY OF ESSENDON Return of New Buildings Registered [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
.CITY OF ESSENDON - 4--- Return of New Buildings Registered Quarter Year Sear I1l Ward ending ending endinrg compared 31/12/13 31/12/13 31,12112 with 1912 Ascot Vale 51) 125 117 8 increase Essendon 31 120 111 9 increare M. Ponds 30 121 113 S inctea-e Aberfeldie 36 05 71 24 increase Totals 147 161 412 49 Return of Shops. Stables, Additions &c. Registered. Quarter ending Year ending 31/12,113 31/1/13 Ward .. Shps St'b Ai'ns tNOE Shps t'bs AdstNOE A.Vnle 7 1 2 - 7 10 7 1 ci r Esandn. - 1 3 - 2 1 5 1 hall -M Ponde 1 2 - In 7 17 Ab'rf'lde 1 7 1 - 1 4 3 9 13 - 20 25 32 2 t Not Otherwisa Enumnerated Tatal number of buildings of all classes re gistered during the year ended 31/12/13 540. D. Cameron, Town Clerk The recent performance at thiet Colisecum. whichl the King uand Queen attendedl pro ducted a profit of £5200. Of this sum £3750 has teen forwardedl to the Chtaring Crosa Itospital and £1250.to the French Hospital in London. A Whlitlchead torpedo. rwhich had beIrtt missing fron...
The City Abattoirs. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
'lhe City Abattoirs. At the Melbourner City Council on Mon raS. authccit5 was .ughit by the oh.,ir ilima of tihe abrattoirs committee AIler. than JOtlier. to proceed with tile res vion of another slaughter honse for eat tie, at an estimated cost of £9500. Al dermanu Jeffries pointed out that the out put from the cattle slaughltering section of the abattoirs had increased by over 50 pier cent. in the past five year'. The increase Ihad been so rapidtl that even with tihe additional accommodation pro. vitled hy thile net slaugiter house plre viously authoried, whichi would e comn plined next month at a cost of £6000. it would bie impossiblo to demolish the oltd bluestone cattle slaughtering bloclrs. which it was desired to remove to make roomn for tihe necessary chilling chambers. The carrying out of the extension now Suoposed would, however, not only cover present 'requirements, but would allow tire old slaughter houses to be pulletd dlown. Whenl trhat had been done tihe committee wou...