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B SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

B SEC'ION. St. Paul's, 127 ID. Siummonds 43,. F. Chamn bers 20: L. Kerr three for 17. J. Tolhain four for 41~'. beat Ascot Vale Congrega gational B, 26 and 64 '(T. Jones 28, E. King 15; C. Tame five for 17. Simumonds seven for 30, Blinkhorn three for 19, Eastburn five for . 1,by an innints anid 37. MIooncc Ponds West Methodist, 86 .C. Giles 20. A. Robinson 11 nIot out, G. IHyde 10; H. Nixon four for 23, Findlay three for 9), v. Flemingtotn Methtodist A. 43 (three ment short) and seven for 83 (I. Nixon 14 and .1t; J. Man sfitld six for 22. G. ItySte three for 16, J. Scott two for 13, Sweat man. sell., one for 2;. mootee Ponds feoteltodist B, 160 tC. Trm than 40, A. Hotoshing 40, A. lPullen 22. D. Gibbins 17), beat Fleminigton Metlhodist 11B. 14 and 39 (Stennin. tetn for 24, Robinson four for 5, A. HIosking five for 17!, by an innings andtl 107.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHURCHES. A SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

sauuleu onl oautuouay ESSENDON AND FLE?IINGTON ChURCHES. A SECTION. Flemington and IKensinoton Presbyter ian, 173 (A. Topham 66,. C. lMcFadyen 44, H. Sterling 21: Bacon two for 16, Pitkerton three for 37, Patterson three for 44, Cul len two for 57., v. South Essendon MIetllo dist, four for 21 (W. Davies three for 8. D. FenltOll one for 4).

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF MEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

AUTOIMATIO SIHU'I'-OFF MEAIUBE. A combination measure anld funnel, de signed primarily for the automobile owner or tile garage lman, but useful also in maIlllny Otler wa s, has bees placed upon te markelt. 'itl device is an ordinary netal nmesure with a funel ;lttaclhed to tllh tlp. The a ost imnortant feature ilowever, is the shut-off rracngement, hen istinin of a ball-valve aid push-rod locanted in tile luowrer enid of the funnel. Oil or aniy other liquid cali be very easily lirect ed iints a somall-nieckel bottle or'oiller ves sel and, bh- neans of the ball-valve, the flow ctan h stopped ilistantaneously by releasinig the pressure on the thumb plate on the upper end of the valve rod. The valve is hol tigh-s en its seat by means - of a spring. WitW this measure, a tank or other receptacle may be filled to any desireil height and shut off without danger of overflowing. On placing tlie measure in an upright position after the filling any lIlquid remaining in tile fennel will ruml ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

PUBLIC NOTICEB. I. Unm un U. mu urn Urn. a. un mu rnm ur -I' SEVERYBODY'S SUN-BURNT U That's why Everybody's usintg ALMOND CREAM : SAn ANTISEPTIC, SOOTHING and HEALING LOTION. - For Sunburn, Chapped Hands. * Face and Lips. Complexion and all roughness of tihe skin. A U valuable application for sun or S'superficial burns. Obtainable only na I WALLACE M. . JEWKES SPHAICCEUTICAL CHEMIST." ,i THE STATION PHARMIACY. Rose Street. U THE CORNER PRHARMACY. * 796 lIt. Alexander road, S ESSENDON STeleplhone - - Ascot 2S. *~~am 3M mu.. u.... E........ MRS. TOMKINS UPHOLSTERESS. R?Coverfna. Loose Covers. Blinds, Car enser , or at done at Cuotomers osv VANDERO ROAD, ESSENDON. H. %RIFilTs-as HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST. Vishes to notify his old customers thht be has, gone into hit premises that have reoently been renovated. 20 PUOKLE STREET. MOONEE PONt.' W. ELLWOOD & CO. BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS. 81 WILSON STREET.' HOONEE PONDS. Estimates given and plans drawci YOUNG & SEYFARTH RO...

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MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

MARCH. 11. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. 14. VTICTORIA AMATEUR TURF SCLUB. 18. SANDOWN PARK RACES. 21. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. 25. SUNBURY RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PIARK IRACES. Mr. J1. t. Conrsidlne will eonl Satlrday nest, January 31st:., provide a slplenditd Irogranmme for thie racing fraternity at Sunldown Park, whicel is tile most poDII a of all stllburblli courses. Owners have tendered a eood numbcr of entries, a spletndid .afternoon's sport will ne dloubt be fortheconsing. Anlllna Carlona anud Orilleio tare r tur'nled fronl Ilaccehls Mitrosll after enjoy. ing tihe enuntt of a splell, and hlove join eld Eric Conniolly's teans at Caulfield. Ills. Scohie left on fouday afternoon. after being Irescnt ltl oilliamntown fori Ta slna? ,irr t--t Is ~l t~lkr3tirae Ie. who "l":ieist. ffottio J.Sro'ios stable, o-ftes lilollsing noi Tlittltrz day nlllOring at head a rters, ulled tp lanle. The tl'oblse al?rsto lie causedl through Ipickintg up at na~il. Ulrnle a?t has returllned to tile core ol t. P. Whsit...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

FEBRUARY. S3, .AVENEL TURF CLUB. 4, 5. BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB. 4, ,:5, 7. TAS1MA1IAN RACING CLUB.-Nominations, January 13; -weights, Hobart Cup, Jan. 29. 7. WILL\MSTO0N RACING - OLUB. 11. VICTORIAN. CLUB. 14, 21. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB.-'Nomiinations, January 6; weights, January 27; acceptances, February 12; - 18. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. 28, MIarch 3, 5, 7. VI1CTORIA RAC ING CLUB._

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ESSENDON BRANCH, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

ESSENDDON BRANCH, A.N.A. ----+--~-- At 8.10 p.m on Thursday, the Hnd inst.. Ilie attelitioll of about 50 members of tile - bore branch was drawn to business by tile ringing of the presidentini bell by Mr. E. O. (Galff. Tile minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed withlout :Iny objectioll being raied. Anlonb??et the correspodence there were f'ondl t\eo resignutions from tile conlnlit :ee. 'trey were from tlesosre. P. L. \Vil lialms and it J. Burbridge, two very goo, forklers for the branch. Tllhese were ac cepted with regret, and nominations were received to fill the vacanlcies. Messrs. HI. Itiddlestone, Cecil Seecombe, and J. H. \Y?lliams were nominated, and thile elec tion will take pilace on February 5tll. The tresideat looked quite surprised when no lie came forward to be elected, but ie 'ire I wilel tllree ',rop isls a-s;,r e- ,. eiredl for inembersllill. Mr. P. L. 'Vil lialns reportod 'utpon tile doinlgi of tile ;ssellndon Dispensary; his task was not 'ard, as t...

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PLEASANT SUNDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

PLEASANT SUNDAYS Ideal weatlher conditions flavoured tilhe first annllltl allitinit of the Ascot \Vale aitld ?tootre Ponds P..A. flrothelrl ood. which ":as held :t .\ltntone on Monday last (1nOtl(i is toll Day . A1bout 203 eOttle weto tpresent, contitngent coating from tlhe itrothterloodis at tlltrnley, Prahlllrll, Catln Ilrwel aInrd (otti tfllntly. Th Ie ratttt11111i t ie lcrseent !woini- to tile fact thant tile islreet odf tile itell of fsc thstt rne ia toeioni pll-den i,, the n r o hood n tionolel lt. .At olt owctoch it gre;lT. Iitett Itrot hclt hiod rlly was hoild. tlle objects of heretll v~cere to lll'illi: 11(elol, eflip l~e~tllle ilia· :inl l tilre boirmoeo theooellreo lllnthe alot ofer lne flrlttrttsoo ttt ovicni. Attittan rlor ucotcetlt w. si ro. AT. , DaliFleishi. Iresilclt of the Ascot Vale and Maoore otide l-thr tcrhelood Brto Thltos .Ivory. ille-itel t:croterhood Feiter:tiont itro. .1. ltrowtll. i. Stmith. T.r Tones H. l)oyle nt Tpc rt. Totihti. Art stoke ott tute great...

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BROADMEADOWS SHIRE PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY SCHEME. PUBLIC MEETING HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

BROADMIEADOWS SHIRE --4-- PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY SCIIEME. PUBLIC MEETING HELD. S A 1ublie mleeting was held at tile Glen roy Hall, Glenroy, on Friday oevening, t3ld January, to codtoider a isroiooal to secure t water supply for Cmalnphlifield, North Coburg. ,Fawkner, (lenllroy andi Broadmeadows., There .was a good atteall ance, and Cr. A. C. Gibb, Iiresidcnt o, Broadmeadows Sliro, occupied the chir'. The chairman explained thllat the object of the mcetilng was to consider tile ques tion of securing a water' suplsly for Camp beulfield. North Colurg. Fawisnar. tlenroy and Broadmleadows. Several meetings hlt previously beeln hell. fronm which tl. question had been referred to tile shirt coulncil. The council took tile matter up, and called for a rellort from lMr. W. Ii. Pullar, shire engineer, who isubmitted his replort to a mleeting of thle colllneil on 15th inst., anld wtitll a view of giving thle latte players ill tile prcposedl water 1area an1 op Iportunlity of hlearilng sluchll rep...

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A DOZEN GOOD PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

A DOZEN GOODI PUDDINGS. S.The ftllowing recipes for puddings are inexpensive, uind, being quito different Irom eaieh other, will afford a variety from whliih to ohoose:- Angel's .Pudding.-Beat 2oz of- butter and 4oz of sugar togetlher, add 4az of flour, two breakfast cupfuls of thick,, sweet cream,; oflaotir with vanilla, and fold it the stiffly whipiped wliites of four eggs. Iltakec in well-buttered patty pans and cover with stilt" neritgue. -AppIl Puulding.--eat thte yolks of six eggs with two cupfuls of. sugar, add one -quart of bilk attd oto - teaspoonsful-of vrnilla.. Nub one pilt of stewed apples thtongh a' Sieve, add olio-half cupful of butter to thie hot apple, tlen mix with the milk and eggs, sour iilto a deep pudding dish anld bakb for one-htalf hour. \Vlhipt thIe whites of three 'eggs stiff with threc tatblespoonrfuls of powfered sugar, spread over tile ptdding and birown slightly in tile oven. Serve colr ivithl sugar and cream.' - ' Cabinet Puddinrr.--Butter a quart moul...

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SUMMER DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

SUM.IER DRINKS. Barley water is a most beneficial bever aige. eslecially during hot weather, and particularly for those who Ihave any te doncy to gout, rheumnatisn. or allied ail-' menits. It is a most soothing drink for a dry throat, and it is. and hIas been for soeine years past, a very popular luncheon alid dinner beverage. With more trouble. hltt with not any better result as far as its nutritive varulue is concerned, it col be made iii the old-fashioned way- witl: Desarl barley,. and the follooing is 5 sedi cal oan's recipe for concocting it:--Well vasls 2oz of pearl barley inc cold water: strain, atid tnhe a pot tl clean Iorley blto half a pint of boTiling wmter, and let it bil for fire minutes, talkiss care that it ills isot ourin: our off as much of is water as poossible, thloe add to theo - barley tswo quarts of boiling water. ald let this boil slowly until it is reduced to one quanrt. Then straini ad add to it sufficicnt freshly-epressed lemon-juice to mahse it pleisnt to ...

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JAM MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

JAM MAKING. The art of jam- making has obtained from the earliest times, and it is to be hoped that every housewife will continue to make her own su plies, unless cir cumstances arise which render this iii. possible. At the beginning of the frihit setson it is a good plan to decide what jams shall be maine and the various quans titles of asch kind. The different fruits, fortunately, do not all reach perfectios at the same time, and it will be tihe liUalls of saviig muci time if tlse quasl titles and kinds are decided uison at all early date. Itules for Jam Macl ir-ng.-. Usl e only fruit which has been gathered dry. Wet fruit prevents thoe jam from kecping, and is a cause of mould. 2. Fruit should be Ioilerl ultsost inuediately it is gatlered. 3. Always use the best sugar ldan in tle right proportions. Cheais sugar is ug5 satisftc tory ard tloes sot result ill asy saving. 4. As a general rile. Slb of fruit retuires 11b of sugar, but this varies slightly with the amoust and the kiind ...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS SEASONABLE RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS SEASONABLE RECIPEB. Fruits of various kinds are nbs plenti ft.l in all markets. It is to be deplored how really few people make use of the fruit season. When the days are hlot tind dust} the very thought of fruit is delight ful. It should appfear at every meal at this season. A table adorned with a dish of fruit in some form or othcr iv ma,?de all the brighter and more effective. There sire many reasons why fruit should be freely eaten at this time of-year. Doctors recommuend fresh fruit and vege tables as the principal diet. - as animal foods are much too simulating to the s ystm. TIhere are a great Lunlsy varieties of fruit dishes in tile form of cream, tarts, ices, etc. The thoughtful housewife will also lay in a store for winter use ill tis form of jasus, bottled fruits, picklfks, liqtseurs, and wises. American cooks are -resowned for their inovelties in; fruit dishes. They are both simple anti d intsly. The following are a few recipes wilchl might hIelp our read...

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SUNSTROKE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

SUNSTIOIOKE. " Busiines demands qxposure to the suitn, and when, in addition, hygienic laws are disregardeld, as they tgenerally are, the result is frequently that dalgerous pros tratiou callisl sunstroke. It is generally believed that direct exposure to the sun's rays is niecessary to cause sunstroke, but tis is not the case. Instances tare oni recotrd where soldiers crowded together in touts at sight have exhibited all the symp toms of sunstroke. This is known among thle medical profession as "heart stroke." Also flremeun on ocean steamshlips, atd oilier persons so situated, are frequently affected in this way, the results beitng el tirely due to the heat and physical ex-. Ialustionl. laIly scll cases occur, and it is important to know whatl to do in tile euergeiclte, as tllny lives may be sat'ed if tie cane is piroperly treated in time. T'here are three varieties of this affection. Heat. plrostration: Tihe symptoms .are faintness, loss of consciouliness -inausea. coldness of thle...

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THEATRES THE PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

THEATRES TIIE PRINCESS TIHEATRE. On Saturday last there was a change of prograumme at this -popular theatre, whlen Walter Melville's melodrama "The Sol diers' Wedding,' was staged, before a very large aLnd most appreciative audience. The plot is more of al domestic than mili tary one, ts its name sould imlly. It concerns tile fortunes of a lad wshio is serving nder the special care of his colonel. The hero of the play falls in lose with a coauntry maideln, a ld spends all his savings im the purchase of a farm. in order to prevent the ejection of his sweet hearts' grandfather. and lie thus foils the pints uo ctl adventsiress. suo is the -. ,one:'s wife. This casuses the latter -to surrottnd ihin with vile traps for is ni doing, there beinga several bolies of coi tention-principtlly regarding tile col onel's inolley To secure this inlrdter is done by tile advmtrentss, thle colonluel be ing the viceii, tshe hero being saddled with tile crime hliicli she has coniiiittel. However. nlinv ...

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TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

i TURF TOPICS By Evon Time. i ": :E:W:: AMCING FIXTURES. JANUAIRY. 30._. NEWNHAM{ RtAING CLUB.- 31. SANDOWN PARKq RACES.

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NEW DESERT BEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

NIEW DESERT BEAN. P1roesnor it. TW. Ulothier, of the UnIl versity of Arizona, Ihas discovered at new variety of iJeanl, well adalpted for cul tivation is dry climlates. During a 1300 mnile joiurney over tile deserts and moun tillns ot Arizona, he visited thle Patpago Indialns, and got front thenl'several hlun tdred brownish-yellow beans of an unknown variety. 'T'hese 110ie planted on experi tlental liots at the Arizona Experimental station for four years before the discovery was annoullced. It iappears that the new beanl, which lhand been lamed the "tepary" be:anl is more pirolitic under dry conditions tllhal any other kllown variety. It yields bet.w tenl 7001lb and 8001b to tihe acre, with ito Ipi.re water , than thie scanty rainfall oi Amlionta gives. Under cile same condi tlonl orrdiary beans yield only from 661b to 14!i.5 to thio acre.

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INLAND WATER STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

INLAND WAT ER STEAMER? The Seedacdbe, a new side-wheel pas rngcer steamnler, recently placed ill service betweenl Clevelanld and ButfRalo, is the Iargest side-'iheel steamer iu existence. s'lve hunldred feet in length over aill. abe Ilis anl extreme beam over the guards of so. ilnd at ilelpthl of hull at the stern of avit 411u Theo Seeandbee has six decks, alnd provides over 501 stateroomns. She is driven oy enllgines of 12,00-Ih.p. at a speed of 22 uitles an hour. lThe crank shaft of her incllltel reciprocating engine weighs 120 tonls Slo has stateroom acconmmodations lsu Ss people, nlld carries a permit for wol Ipoole Her freight, capatcity is 1500 toils

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ODDS AND ENDS PSEUDO-LANGUAGE OF MONKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

ODDS AND ENDS PSELUDO-iANGUAGE OF MIONKEYS. Concerning ithe sulpposed language of an thronold apes, PIrofessor Boutan has re cently taken up tile questlon and arrives at a negative result. It will be remem uered that Dr. Uarnler came to the con clusion that monkeys have Ia language analogous to human language and express themselves by signs as well as by sounds wh1icll they emit. According to Professor lioatan, there is only a ditference of de gree between this and human speech and not onle of kind. lie observed the sounds malde by an gibbon which he had captured lwhen young, aind his experiments cover more thall ive years. He finds that the nrlmnl can pirotuco only spontaneous and Instijnctive sounds correslsonding to a state tof satisfaction or the like, or againi to a state of uneasiness or fear, also great ex citcmlnent, and ithe soulids do not appear to correspolld to a real language, but rather t wlla hel calls "pseudo-latnguage." While sounds of real language are acqumired by...

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MEDICAL NOTES DIABETES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 29 January 1914

IEODlICAL NdOTES DIAh]ETES. Diabete, ij an extremely dailgarou aInd .yelle t'ally l tola(l isenee. 'Ille gallon os lhij ItilS:li tletre 5oii.lltfllet tLracea ole to alel'etllr try eellolencieo, but iL in Llruotglt o or anllc ragnld Iby atiligl oxcesli' lilns!lltll-'.i al fbood anlld drilknlllg urtravaganily oat weter. nllce net Ii it In ciallteredl illcturnl lti, tIihotgll itt caorie lhaJy ?ll II1 eehin or yealrn. I. in ittnt hul.L (il or III l;tiga Ii by abStltiition ftrOin llunc \veot;tLle jood. alIn by thllree ne:tllt a 10'.i ii o1 ro1st beef Or mllattOll. Which diet cell le.tlls to tile hmosit gratltyi lly i IIIIIe oratiall. ileer ;tnod wa tll ar arlnks SlotUld be avoided ait \ell ais jiiritn, but ar rioiinr all '.'antce o1 good w nllle in desirable. ' lie liolneloliiia ry signl beiiig illVarianlly {li iii ordliiaikte de sir e tl o eat ulid drinrk large illnalllutole, C;are SblOU|t be taken to guard aIgatilst hal.t extlrai\agtlle. - . e1*e

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