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Essendon Military Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
;SsCend?c .\lllltary Fete. The fete to be held in Queen's Park, in connection with tlhe equipment of tile drill hall has been fixed for Saturday, 28th .March, and a meeting of the general committee wil-l be held in the Council Chamber, -Mooneo Ponds, on Friday next, 23rd inst., at 8 p.m., to consider tle re port of the executive committee, and to deal with general business. It is to be hoped there will be a good attendance, the object being such a deserving one. Tihe Mayoress has also called a meetinrg of mothers, sisters and friends of tihe citizen .soldiers and senior cadets, andl this will be hrld at thie Council Chamber. lloonee Ponds, on Tuesday next, 27th inst.. at 3 p.m..
Essendon Council's Balance Sheet. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
EssendonI Counci's ItalanIce SIheet. 'T1e aillnual stats:oent olf acoie:s s Id bl31a:ke silett tur tile ye:.r 3 501 tahe torlier adoeol ii r e cttu rwreaotdlion Council on Stonda) evoli~id. 1110 figures shots that a rate 'f 2; SwIV ~u., on eired December, 1912. vii : :to;,i la ati s of £215,696 135s 4d. 'iThe aiu nt of the rate was £21,569 13s 4d. and the trotal a snount rollected was £21,398 4s 10d. Ireing 993 per cent. This :eft only £171 out stnding, which is a splendid record. tIhe tou' receipts were £29. 780 3s 4d. of which £21,601 17s 10d was received from rates The expenditure amounted to £29,104 1s 9d, leaving a credit balance of £676 is 7d to carry forward to tho nows year
STONE CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
STOTE CKti M. Ingredienlts: Half an ounce of gelntinle 1 pint of milk, lemon peel, sugar to taste, los of almonds, plum or apricot jam. Flirst soak the gelatine in cold water, then dissolve it in hot milk, sweetened and flavoured with leoon peel. Spread a layer of jain in a glass dish, and when the creamu is cold (hut oot set) pour it slowly over the jam. WVltech set, stick wit strips of blanched almonds and serve. t5t
LEMON SPONGE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
LEMON SPONGE. Dissolve a pint packet of lemon jelly snd allow to cool. As the jelly begins to set, add the whites of three eggs, and whisk until the mixture is frothy. Pile in a glans dish and allow to oet. Sprinkle the top with chopled pistaehio nuts, or decorate with stripe of angelica anid cherries. h b d·n
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
PUBIIC NOTICES. JOIN A LIVE FBIENDLY SOCIETY. By becoming a MEMBER OF COURT ESSENDON. No. 7408. Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. World wide Order. Lowest Rate of con tributions from is Id per week. Sick Pa , £1 per week. Funeral Benefits, £20 ana £10. Particulars from members, or W. A. CADWALLADER See. 9 Ardoch street. Essendon. -BOOT AND SHOE EXPERT. A. G. E. SMITH 142 PASCOE VALE ED., MOONEE PONDS. Branch Shop at 33 Mt. Alexander road, Ascot Vale (under the management of Mr. Patrick). Repaira in Up-to date Style at Moderate Prices. and-sewn Work a Speciality. LATHAM ,LOCAL BILL POSTER 4 Flinders Buildings, City, Telephone 3236. Moonee Pondu Telephone, 76 Asot. J. CHEESE CASH BUTCHEB. OOBNER MOUNT ALEXANDER BOAD and TAYLOR STREET. MOONEE PONDS. Prices Lowest, Quality Best, Cleanlihess and Owiit. A TRIAL 80LICITED. ALSO AT NORTH MELBOUVNE. ALFRED STEBBING. DEPTFORD LAUNDRY 17 MARIBYRNONG ED., ASCOT VALE. (Opposite Masonic Hall). Awarded Bilver Medal the Victo...
Light-weight Fish. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
Light-weighft Fish. Sergeant Bennett v. George a chiltl ua, charge of being found in possession of light.weight fis. Sergeant Bennett deposed that on Sun day; 4th JanuarY, with Constable Lana, -!o saw- 0Acu5Cdeat. tbo.MAfsbyt35fl river fishing. Found several under-WeiItfi on accused, two small ones having been stowed in accused's pocket. Three fish .out of 9 were short weight. The fels -weighed down to 21 ounces. Constable Lang corroborated. Fined £2. Constasle Lang v. Johnl Be551, charge of being found in possession of light-weight fish on 21st December. Constable Lang deposed to finding under weight 'blackfish sod perch in' accused's baslket. Accnsed said lie caught the sish at .DigeOrs' Rest.
BROADMEADOWS SHIRE COUNCIL Thursday, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
BROADMEADOWS SHIRE COUNCIL Thursday, 15th Jainuary. Present:--The President (Cr. Bibb), and. C H.-'JIall, Cargill, McLan, Jones, Car rodus and Orr . - Correspondence. -From W. P. Wolsh. Broadmeadows, ten dering his. resigsastion ias inspector ot sjaauger yyards as from lst Januiary, 1914. -rhe resignation of Constable Walsh was pted, : Constable Ryan was ap SFrom J. K. Eenton. M.H.R., forwarding the following letter from the Postmaster General's Lepartmcnt: - Adverting to your representations relative to the com plainlt by the shire secretary, Broadmeiad owei regaruing unsatisfactory workilng of . the local tclepllone line I beag to isform Yoth approval has been givein for a new trunk line to be erected betwecn Biroad meadows and Melbourne, and instructions are being ieslird accordingly.-hsReeived From E. It. Hunter, Footsoray, stating shie was having sa cottage reumoved to s; blocki of hle Station Estate; at Glenoroy, "inl askillng if tiers weroe any egulations ;.i:would have .1to-...
HON. W. A. WATT [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
HON. W. A. WATT From "The Patriot." It was back in 1895 that it fell to my lot to meet William Alexander Watt for the first time. He was one of the debating team of the North Melbourne branch of the A.N.A., fighting its way through the first tournament debate. I was one of ariother, team which fought the final debates against North Melbourne and was beaten; but that is another story. Just about that time some leaders of social reform wore fighting' what seemed a hopeless battle against the late Saturdiay night. The Rev. A. R. Edgar was one of them, and he said, "There is a young man at North Mel bourne who helped us at our meeting there. He will be heard beyond. North Melbourne before his work is done." The young man was W. A. Watt." The effort to abolish the late Saturday night failed before a. stolid opposition and fesar.. It, whs years later that.th¶ young hel a "ithe· o ; Hill Met: ing in North Melbousrne showed his steadiness of purpose, when most of those who were in the early...
Licensing Case. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
Licensing Case. Sub-Inspector Nollani, licensing inspector, . James 'feord, charge thatt on 14th in stant he was found ons the licensing Ipremises of the Melfort Inn, North Essen don. at na time wien the premises were not entitled to be open. Sener. Cdnstible O'Leary deposed to see Ing accused in tile Melfort Innis, sitting in a room with two others. Accused ad mittedl that hei had no righlt to he there. mDefendant pleaded guilty. and wss fines Its.
Pure Food Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
Pure Food Proscoution. Insp ector Iellis, inspector utnder the Pure Food Act, v.. Edwin G. Dudkins. charge that on tlhe 13the November, at Broadmeadows. ihe improlierly packed an ill-fitting milk can lid with wadding. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Inspector llellis deposel that the in formant hlad told him, at the court door that hle was not the manager of Gladstone Park estate at the time of the otfence Defendant had not taken any notice of the summons to inform the dhlearteent. Defendant's name stilt appeared in the hooks of thile Agricultral Departena tas the manager of Gladstone Park, and the transfer shouldl have heen madle. 0cc.13th ovembeer le found a i5 quart can at Spencer street station with an improperly packed lid: Thle milk was unfit for humana consumlption on account of beihng packed witl wadding. le seized the milk. 'Thee regulations prevented the' use of packineg of aey kind. *Defendant gaee evidence on oathl stat meg thet le relincquished his managemect a eonth prev...
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
NOTES BY THE WAY By "Observer." It is proposed bsy Mr. Watt that steps be taker to abolish that type of bye-elec tion in connection with which he was re ccntly called upon to face the electors of Essendo". On the occasion previous to this, when he did the same thing, he. was a MIinister, and his constitnents re-elected' hIm, and on 15th January just because he tad beetn a few days without a portfolio, Mr. Watt had "to do it all over again; 'Iti seems an ulnnecessary and uncalled for ienalising of a public mat as -regards expense, and worry, neither is it easy to see in whit mainer the political inter ests oftlte country are- served by it. As a matter of fact elections of any sort-are a species of public nuistnce, and a ople tLora of them is by no means desirable. TIey disorgantise business, create ill-feel og in a good manry quarters, and while tne campaign is in progress furnislia to pic or those loquaciaous "bore" we meet in train and tram. ft io to be hoped the Crown Law Depart m...
PLEASANT SUNDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
PLEASANT SUNDAYS 'The speaker at P.S.A. Brotherhood meet ing on Sunday last was Mr. W. J. Har per, and there was a fair attendance. IThe friends are returning from their holi days, and the prospects -for the coming season are extremely bright. Mr. Harper sio okil tile -Fatherlsood and tihe Brotlher- i hood." Clod. wvhen hie created mlan, had a wonderful and sublime plan to carry out, but it was interrupted. This inter ruption God alloted to proceed. Mtna was made an entirely free agent, and wts, to-day, are free agents in dealing with I God, but we are nlot free agents in re gard to civil or legal matters. The Bible. from beginning to end, is s revelation from God. It must be admitted that there are hundreds of things that are not tun derstood, but the speaker dare nlot say they. were untrue. History proves other wise. God's plani for huimatnity wasi a Fatherlhood and a -Brotherhood. We must grasp the truth that our fellow-man is our brother, anld. we should act towards him as One. ...
"NORTHCOTE LEADER" HOW NORTHCOTE DEALS WITH PRIVATE STREET QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 22 January 1914
"NORTHCOTE LEADER" HOW NORTIICOTE .DEALS WITH PRI VATE STREET QUESTION. A sub-committee of thie Northcote coun cil has Ibeen colnsidering the best means o aciitating the construction of pri v:ite streets. Cr. Bastings, In submitting their rdport on Monday evening, said that plans had been prepared for £11.000 worth of streets. Seeing the way the money has canome in it is clearly inmpos sible to carry out all this worlk right away, but it was resolved to call ten ders forthwith for two streets-Beacons field parade. from the railway to St. Oborge's road, in Iihe west ward, alnd Jeii iins street. from St. David street to the crown of the hill, in the north ward. There is a fair amount in hland for these streets, aind many proptrlty-oners isce promised to pay half their contrihution when the work is comm'enced, and the balance as ;'mj as possible aftercv:trds. In this way it is hoped that this batch of streets will gradually be worked off. As soon as Parliament settles downi to business...