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Moonee Ponds Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
MIoonee Ponds Theatre. A complete change is suonnounced for this theatre to-night, when the star piece will be '"ho Special Offlicer," which will he found a splendid picture. The Kineto phone will also be: in evidence. Matinees are held on Saturdays and holidays, and the interest shown by thle public in this theatre is being kept up.
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
I SOCIAL BREVITIES I. ---*-+-- The engagement is announced of Mr. A. E. E. Cherry, second son of Mrs. S. A. Cherry, of "Aston," Mascoma street, As cot Vale. and the late G. J. Cherry of the G Royal Hotel, Benalla, to Miss Bronwen U. Pritchard, youngest daughter of Mrs. j J. Pritcllard and the late John Pritchard, of "Bronwood," -Lee street, Flemington. F --®-@-® 'The speaker at the Pleasant Sunday Aliernoon next Sunday at Masonic hall will be Mr. W. Kennedy Smith. and the soloist Mr. Bishop. --®®-®0-- Thle Essendon City Council's Band open air annual'concert will be given on Wed nesday, 1ltl February, at 8 p.m., at the Queen's Park. F -®-@-@- T'he engagement is announced of Mr. Gordon Kerr, older son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Kerr, of Elder Parade, Essendon, to' Miss Grace Tuohy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tuohy, of "Laryward," Essendon. - -@-@-@ Mrs. Alister Clark leaves on a trill to New Zealand this week. and wilt be away d for a month or two. - -®-®-®0 The engagement is...
FRUIT FOOLS DELICIONS SUMMER DISHES. EASY TO MAKE, BUT EASY TO SPOIL. JUST WHAT YOU WANT, AND HOW TO MAKE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
FRUIT FOOLS ---- DELICIONS SUMMER DISHES. EASY TO MAKE, BUT EASY TO SPOIL. JUST WI-IAT YOU WANT', AND HOW TO MAKE THEM. -' ruit fools are luost delicious Sum sler dishes. IThey arihexcediu,;ly sue pil.;ind easy to makei and you :,on use tor them any kind of fruit that jr There aire t, wo or thr'ee points to be noted when you are making fruit fools, for, though the dish is a very simple one, youl can quite easily spoil it if you are not careful. You must :1. Equal sQuantities of custard and Sei:'ed fruit, onie pint or- half a pint "r.nci'. as ist4e ene s isieiiibe -> 2. The sugr nmust be stewed in with the fruit. Use more sugar than you would do in! a general way, as it has to vsweeten the custard also. 3. 'rhe flavouring of any kind van illa, lemon, etc. must be added to the custard. 'I. Both the custard and fruit must be allowed to grow quite cold before they are mixed together. ii. Do not allow your fruit to be too wet. Some things, such as plums aindl cherries, stow very dampl...
St. Columba's College, Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
St. Columba's College, Essendon. The following are the results of the re cent University exaiminations:--Matricula tion.--3. Dorothy Jordan-Senior Ilonours, pianllo and harmony; Pass, Junior Pullic, German. Tunior P'ublic.-F. Stevenson Arithmetic (D.), algebra (D.), trigonometry D.I;; passed in geometry, English, Ger man Brititsh history. N. unan--Arith netic (D.), trigonometry (D.); passed in English, Freneh, German, geometry, Brit ish history. V. Rowe-Trigonometr.r (D.) passed in algebra geometry, English. F arench, German, British history. Nl. Quin lan-Arithmetic (D.), algebra (D.), trigon ometry (D.), English (D.); passed -in geo metry, French. -=3
THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
-. THUMBS UP Tlom?' "'ydney Sunday Sun." Oat, who was idle one Ildsa called al. a Veunetian blilld factory, anid askedl to 're the foremnil.a llis request was gratlteld, and he asked what he could dlo. Pit ;ns\owercl lie could mnake atyth ing. F'orelnli:i Could ron make a Velneti;al blind? Pat: Sure I could. Foreman: Ilow would you start,? Patt: Shure I would shovie these two fngers ill Ils eyes. Jaoiles Malcolm, Annto street. Rook wood. s--+--8? A smiart American was talking to an111 Englishmlluian iabout businless illatters, and teas Iblowing that .lAmericalns Welt, beLtter business el th tll the EInglish iie I L. Well, said the Englislhntiant I'll bet you" I call sell you a tlhing for it I)enty tlat cost lme i lenUll, illnd still luake 1 profit. Iliglht. said the Amlerican. and ie accel:lt esl tile set. Vell, a trati ticket, said thle Lnglislnnan coolly. O. t.' Taylor, litamnburger street. North Sydney. a boastful builder took it frientd to 'e t row of houses he had just ereiteo....
The Education Act. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
The Education Act. The following parents were fined for neglecting to cause their children to at tend school the required inm ber of days, viz:-Martin Delaney. rcases. 15s; Fred erick Armstronu? 2 cases, s: Salmuel Stem cry, 3 cases, 18s; Henry Waucolope, 2s: HMarry James, 3s; John Wade, 2s; lBelLia min Builington, 2s: Elizabeth Klingsley, 2s: Charles ?orris, 3 cases. 12s: Frecerick Windebank. 2s; Frelderick MisuIpton. 5s: Alfred Hanson. 3 cases. 30s; Ernest Sly ors, 2s
PLEASANT SUNDAYS OPENING OF THE P.S.A. AND BROTHERHOOD INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
PLEASANT SUNDAYS OPENING OF THE P.S.A. AND BROTFHER HOOD INSTITUTE. On Saturday evening last tle P.S.A. llroti rlloor d opened their new club rooms andl institute at Glentlhorlpe College, Re gent street. Thie rooms were crowded. A lull-sized Alcock's billiard, table has been installed, together with al bagatelle table, sgynlasiuo l and other indoor recreations. A football club, literary antI debatitg so ciety. and a series of Inotthly coLncerts for tile people are being inaugurated. During the evening, various nmulsical itenms were given by the mlembers an d selections on the gramnoplhone by Bro.-Gibson. The pl'esident distributed over 50 books to thie n lmbcrs of tile IP.S.A. Brotlherhood Book Clubl,. Tihe boot club will be an educa tive part of tite Brotherhood work. A very large nulber of men joined tie institute, whlichl is open to men of all classes irre spective of creed; the subscription is only is 6td Ier month. A' great work is being dlone by tie Brothlerhoods througlhout t...
GREAT PERFORMANCE BY THE P.S.A. ORCHESTRA. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
GREAT PERFORMANCE BY TIIE P.S.A. ORCHEST30A. • i?'hff ?[a. ,n:?c tI:[ 3I',a tlt . - atfiiO, h.. i 4thehr .. .-... -?,t ..;. .,snAerlhoud -meet iulg. The orcllestra of 30 performers on der the conductorship of Mr. Little, ren dered some exceedingly fine selections. Tile playing of the "Poet and Peasant," and the "Hallelujah Chorus" was loudly applauded. Mr. Little has put his whole energy into making tile orchestra the suc cems that it is. The platform was crowded with musicians. The speaker for the afternoon was Hon. W. H. Edgar (late Minister of Public Works), who came as substitute for. Mr. J. G. tMembrey, M.L.A., who was indis posed. Mr. Edgar took for his topic "Out Back." "We have to express our indebtedness to the early pioneers of this great State for tile privileges and benefits we are receiv ing to-day. It is a wonderful country, and 1 often wonder whether I am doing my duty to those who gave me birth. I de cided, when a. young mian, that I wjuld try ald do something for th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
J. B TTON CASH BUTCHER 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS BEST QUALITY OF GOODS. PRICES GUARANTEED Id PER LB. BELOW ANT. OTHER BUTCIHER. BREAD DELIYERED THROUGHOUT THIIE DISTRICT. ALL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERATION  A. MILES '8 BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, &C. " 6 NAPIER STREET, ESSENDON Wm?E?TEN MEAL, ·BIAD, A SPECIALItY.. SE. SCHAFER - MANUFACTURING JEWELLER # N 126 PUCKLE STREET M,'ONEE PON )S Watch and Clock Repairs Guaranteed for 12 Months. 1 Jewellery Re-made into Any Design. All kinds of ER-gairs Neatly Executed. LICENSED GOLD BUYER. Gilding, Silvering and Plating Done. HOLMES ROAD MOONEE PONDS AT RAILWAY STATION QUEEN'S LIBRAY NEW BOOKS BY EVERY MAIL. All kinds of Stationery, Post Cards. Fancy Goods and Needlework. Agent for MISS LUPLAU'S NEEDLEWORK DESIGNS. Public 'Phone. MRS. THOMSON Beautiful Paseoe Vale Sweet Pascoe Vale Peaceful Pascoe Vale Buy a GARDEN PLOT for 2/- per week, and Solve the Housing Problem. 66ft x 180, 10/- per foot. Deposit, £1 : B.,ldance 2/- weekly CONSIDER...
ANTICIPATIONS WILLIAMSTOWN. Saturday, February 7th. SELECTIONS BY "EVEN TIME." [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
ANTICIPATIONS WILLIAMSTOWN. Saturday, February 7th. SELECTIONS BY "EVEN TIME." Hurdle Race.--Milkabahl or Commoa wealth. Next best-Portlock. Two-year-old Handicap.-Wlhitty's Elect or Kilspindie. Next best.-LaJy Cantala. Truganini Handicap.-Effervescence or Indiscreet. Next best-Black Pan. Welter Plate.-Andelosia or Earl Godwin. iNext best.-Mindsai. SWelter Pursc.-Jullundurc or Noble Boil nit': Next' best--Lynceus..- : Jumpers' Flat Race.-The Majestic Nut or' Napkarb. Next best-Merry Monarch. Dr. Gore, the Bishop of Birming ham, was standing on the kerb, await ing for a cab, one day, when two little street arabs came up behind and be guan to discuss his black clerical attire, one of them being especially struck by his lordship's episcopal gaiters. "Wot's 'e, Bill?" asked this youth of his companion. "Oh," was the reply, "don't you know what 'e is? 'E's a Scotchman in mourning, of course." -0-0-0- "What is the meaning of that big 'D' on the dustbin?" asked the new servant. The haughty...
BOWLING LADIES' BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
BOWLING LADIES' BOWLS. Brighton Beach v. Ascot Vale. h BRIGHTON BEACH, 53. r Mirs. Hindhaugh, ilrs. Morton, Mrs. 4 Hickey, Mrs. Ingleton ..... .....40 C Mrs. Neville, Mrs. Graham, Ars. Wal lace, Mrs. Watt ..... .. . 13 a ASCOT VALE, 31. 31rs. Ulhner, Mrs. Pownall. Mrs. Muir, M rs. Anderson ...................... 6 - ,irs. lenderson. Mrs. Inches, Mrs. Shtsd dock. Mrs. Cole ................. ..... 25 A IIhotse with sound-proof rooms, de- a signed for the sole use of music students and teachers, is to be built in Berlin. Thle house will contain 50 rooms, inl any one of whiich lessons may be given and Iractice msay be done without the possi sllity of disturbing others. or of sbeing , dlisturbed. Nearl' 33003 cotton workers itn Colnte, Nelson, Barrowford, and Earby are al fected by the reduction of working time adopted by individual firms. About 10,03J looms were idle recently in North- ' east Lancashire. Manchester merchanllts lind thlemselves overstocked and witll no foreign demand. 3M...
TOO MUCH OF A HUMORIST. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
VUU -1UHII OF A IIUMORIST. There is a testimonial in hand for Harry Lcricei, wliho, unti last election. was Fa;ther of thile ouse.[ 1farry is a clever chap. lld Iolitically was consplicu ous at timies, but, cu riouly ilough, in all Jis 35 years of Patlibihnitary life lihe failed to get into a M1i0utry. 1iMuclh dil ler togs than Harry pass?ed hlii, by, be callse, ?otolllow or other, tile nembor for Taimwortli was never taken too seriously, Iol always had an twinkle in his eye, and un fortiunately for himself he wa;s a col firmed leg-puller. Humuor is a bad politi cal asset. It is a bd usiress asset,' too. The Uman who call enljoy ;i laugh at hlin self rarely gets on. It is t.le heavy, colt ceited iiniiidual that scores, and too of- tell in tPolitics we find tlhat wh-at lias brought a iall Io t tle topl lias been an overweeniing conceit, and a ponderous lsOmltosity. Tile dull dogs inevitably takeu themselves seriously. And so other people take themi seriously, ead regard their plIa ti...
MOONEE PONDS AND ABERFELDIE PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
MOONEE PONDS AND ABERFELDIE PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION -4-t-- OMONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the above was held at, the town hall, Moonee Ponds, on V?dnesday, 28th January. There was a good attendance and Mr. F. J. Tadgell. vice-president, occupied the chair. Correspondence. The Railway Commissioners wrote; in re ply to the lion. secretary's letter, stating that arranugemlents had been made to pro vide additional seating accommodation at Flemington Bridge station, but the De partsnent never erected sanitary conveni ences ou tile "down" side platforms at suburban stations, and they were not pre pared to incur tile expense of doing that at Flcminglton Bridge OMr. O. Ord mentioned that Flemington Bridge station was different to others, and there were a lot of steps each side to go ulp and down. besides the traftic was very Iheavy. . The chairman said tile altitude of the statiOn was very great and people had a difficulty ill getting froi one side of the platform to thile other. lie...
Ascot Vale v. S.M.C.C S.M.C.C., A.H. Cooper, W. S. Cooper, Alkemaide. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
Ascot Vale v. S.M.C.C S.t3.C.C., 114. A. .11 Cooper, W. S. Cooper, Alkemoaide. 1\'. I. Cooper ...... ...... .. . . . ... 26 T'Ionmson, Slatter, Kenip, Crockford ... 25 Foster, \Viudtley, Bruce, Day . .. 28 1Major, Purser, S. Tlsaclswray, Stanllolope 35 ASCOT VALE, 83. Godso. Begg, Paull. HIutchison .. . 20 \\. Thomson. Fulton, S. Davies, Ii. Thackwray .... .. .. .. ... ... .. . 22 Shnail. Broadbent, Scott, Franklin ...... 23 J. L. Robertson, Harris, Shields, MI. 11. Robcrto ... ... ... ... .. ... ..... .. 18
Ascot Vale v. Aberfeldie. ASCOT VALE, 106. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
Ascut Vale v'. Aberteldia. ASCOT VALE. 106. J1ayre9a. T'renery, Anderson, Pratt ... 33 \V id,2Mrc~(Cletllad. Tlinl:land, CoataI ... 27 I:hc, I~iic:nutrsonr l Lewis. Briggs 20... e l c)jard, lBunil. S. Thlompiiuonl. Sliaddock 26 Altlilht/ELI)14, 84. llutt.on. Bu :srard, (Gilbert, OtcCitatiaoii 19 ýempllc, "IuILsou, J. I. Dac\ics, T. Davis 20l ibottII lic, 0. 7a 111. C0011 . Stuiwpio aiowe. iijc~lard". 0ills. 2luir ........