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Essendon v. St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

?scnlldon v. St. Kilda. ESSENDON, 109. Cooke, G. Stephens, Steel. Hill ........ 20 J. Stephens, Woods, Cox. Taylor ......... 28 BIowtell, Shlowers, Barrie. Riley ...... 32 Beardl. Lang, Weare, RlusOsel ........ 29 ST. KILDA, 70. Clauscen,. Marshall, lBennett, Wright ... 18 .;1arks, Donovan, l:asto, Warner ......... 22 IRoger, lnealey, Staite. Thomlnson ...... 15 Harrison, Solomon. Wattl Williamson 15

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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B SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

B SECTION.. SSt. Paul's, 127 (Siindonds 43. ChamberE \20; J.-Topham. four for. 41, L. Kerr tlhreoe, :or 17). beat Ascot Vale Congregational, .26[ abnd 64 (T. Tones 28, E. King 15; C. Tame five for 17, Simmonds seven for 30, East .: burn five for 23, Bliukhorn three for 19), by an innings and 40 runs. M[oonee Ponds West' Methodist, 85 (Giles 20. Robinson 11 not out; Findley three for 9. H. Nixon four for 23(, beat Flemington Sfetiodist A. 43 and 40 (Nixon 14 and 11; Mansfield six for 22, Hyde four for 16, Scott two for 13, Duncan two for 15, Sweattman, sent., one for 2), by an innings and 2 runs. Itoonee Ponds ltethodist. 160I (C. Trathan a:1, A. llosking 40. A. Putllen 2.2, D. Gihbins 17;. heat Flemington 'Methodist 13. 14 and 59 (Steli.iugf ten for 24, Robinson four for a, Hoslting five for 17), by an innings and 197 runs.

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A SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

A SECTION. Flemington and Kensington Presbyterian, 173 (A Toopham 65, C. McFadyen 44. HI. Ster ling 21: Bacon two for 16. Pinkerton three for 37. Patterson three for 44, COllen two for 571. beat Souith Esseadon Mectthodlist, 75 and 79 (Lidstone 17 and 20, Cullen 12 and 27, Treyvaud 20; D. Fenton seven for 38, A. NIcFadyen three for 11, A. Tophant four for 29, W. Davies four for 39). by an inn inas and 19 runs. Ascot. Vale Church Christ. nine for 228, dcerared (Hillbrick 68, Th6lnnlso 43 not 'out. unoullr 32; Davis 19, . r Walton 16: A . Grant four for 69, Andrewasrtla two for 25). beat KensingtoJn MIethodist, 117 and 60 (A. Grant 31. S. Walton 26, Walnsley 16, IFarran 16, Grintllclt 15; 11. Walton seven for 3?2, H. Lindsay three for 247 Moncur two for 12, Walker three for 461, by ian innings and 51 runs. Mfoonee Ponds Methodist, w.o., froll New market Bantist.

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MOONEE PONDS METHS V. ANGLISS CLERICAL STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

CLER;ICAL STAFF .xoit c .fl'otds. fi'St innil?gs, 193 for wirckets Fox 62 retired. d V. 31cRlae 30 re tired. Carl Ryanll 27, \atson 24, i liertso .1- \V'cetorelandl 2 for 32!. Aingliss' staff. first innings t8. second innings 4 for 25 (Cogger 23 niot out, Gossling 11; V. Olcface 2 for 9, Griersonl 3 for 11, Carl Ryan 6 for 13). Methodists won by 125 on first innings.

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ESSENDON BAPTIST V. MOONEE PONDS BAPTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

IEiSENDON BAPTIST V. M0N4114O PONiDS BAPTIST. These chlbs resuoned their nmatch on Salt Ilrdacy on the former's ground. At the con clusion of the first day's play, each side had haid an innings eaca, Essendon getting 12) and toonee Ponds 64 (3 short). Going icc the second time Essendon compiled 104. mainly owing to "a fine 8th wicket partner slhi between Collier and Thomson, which adle;L 46. With 170 to win, the Mloonee IPocd-i set out to try acccd get them, but stopple c whcln they got to 81, Essendonl thus wincning by 88 rucs. Tihe best. individual ierlorcccers Cwere :--For sseccldocc: Parson age 45, Perks 33, Thocmson 25. Chleal 17 cand 33, Coilier 21 Metcanlf 10 accl Phil}ott 10; with the ball: Tlhomson 2 for 6, Perks 5 for 37. Cross 6 for 23, Colliefr 3 for 13 For 2oollcee Pondlls, le best were--Steel 21 clld 14, Mclenlziie 12 ancl 11t, Fyfe 17. i)aly 14 oL out; will th.e ball: 3McKenzie v tcr 73, Steel 7 for 93, Hooper 1 for 19. Essencdon Ilcptist pla3- Moonee Poecls V ,esct ....

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SWANS V. MERRYGOERS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

SWANS V. 31MELRYOERS. This LmatchI was played at Msoonle Ponds on Saturday last, whncl the Merrygoers wonll by 65 runs. Thl principal scores were:--Merrygoers 127 IFerguson 27. 1ll lecr 14: O'Dee 4 wickets for 10). Swans. 62 (Patterson 14, 'Tateerson 12 not out: Stel wsg o3 wickets foe 4, and lussell 6 wickets for 8). Speed kept wckets for thlie Swans dnltinrably.

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MOONEE PONDS METHS V. ASCOT VALE METHS. A Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

1OON.EE PONDS METHIS V. ASCOT VALE METIIS. A Grade. Mloonee 1'ondl, first inningsa, 101 (MC('aflU 21, Ray 19; Pynor 3 for" 11, Kel'ord 1 for 6). Ascot\Valto lMths, first innings 27, second Fox 3 for 26, Carl Ryan 8 for 23, Rlay 2 for 9. W. K. Parak 2 for 131. Moonre Ponds Meths woln by all innings and 16 runs.

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HUMOROUS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

HUMOROUS ITEMS i!orence Rockwell tells how a certain aictor, well known on tile American stage, engaged in a most effective battle with lago when he was playing Othello. The players met, and Othello, seizing lago by tile throat, began to choke nim. Tile stage fight was realistically presented, so much so, in fact, thalnt after the performance a friend approached the erstwhile Othello and spoke to him. "That was a most ef fective fight you put up to-night," he said; "in fact, you seemed to be very much in earnest." "II earnest? Indeed I was. Sblly, confound the fellow, lie was trying to push me out of the spotlight." A yeomanry squad was drilling, and, be ing out of practice, most of them were suffering from bruises caused by the un steadiness of one anothler's movements. "I believe you have out my head open," shouted a recruit to a nervous comrade, who had given him a serious knock. W"\\:ll," said the distracted sergeant-in charge, "now is a good time to put some thing in it!" "I wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

NOW OPENED NOW OPENED: UNION ROAD, ASCOT VALE ? "(Next Post Office). f Electric Tramn stops at the OUR Sdoor. Three CIARGES ARE minutes' walk -MODERATE. from Station. A. M. THOMAS f Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria. At these Beautiful, Up-to-Date Premises, Patients will receive every con sideration and save time and money, as we ARE HERE = PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS A • SPECIALITY f GOLD FILLINGS, OROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. ; NATURAL PORCE LAIN DENTURES. CONSULTATION FREE. Make a Note of this ! CRIPPS & CRIPPS' .. GREAT . . Bargain Sale SNow On. ® Genuine Reductions in all Departments Watch our Windows CRIPPS & CRIPPS, 32 PUCKLE ST., MOONEE PONDS ' xaoXoXaXoXQXnXOxoXaaxa xaxo?xoax?xaxxoxxoxox o MATTHEWS FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL - o o X LATEST SHEET MUSIC AND SONGS. GRAMOPHONES, ZONOPHONES X AND RECORDS, PIANOS AND ORGANS. CASH OR EASY TERMS. X o PIANOS TUNED, AND ALL INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED. 0 Q. 0 NOTE 0 ADDRESS: M X S E- 5 31 PUCKLE ST.X 0 O THE: GRAMOPHONE SPECIALIST. X ...

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CRICKET RICHMOND V. ESSENDON. RICHMOND. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

CRICKET ---4+-- : CICIMOND V. ESSENDON. RICHMOND. First Innlings G. Allan, c Proud b Shea ... .. 2 A. Dean, c ty.rni b Binney ......... 33 J. Cooley, b Binney .. . 2 A. IAntaird, c Ryau b Binney ......4 F. Morgan, b Shea 9 F. Gillier,c litrman b Binne ...... A. Kelso, b MIahon ... .... 21 L. Stewart, c Pitman b Shca ....... 21 W. Macrow, run out ........ J. hIackay, c Ryan b Shea ......... 2 t. Schrape, not out ................. L Sundries ... ... . ............. ... Total .. . .. . lad Bowling.-tBinneY. four wickets for 36; Shea, four for 56; Mathon one for 6; Proud, none for 28. ESSENDON. First Innings. r. Proud, a Lampardl b Allan ..... F. Hannla, c Allan b Mackay ... .......h b . SP. Shea?, b Macrow . E. Kennedy, not out .............. 4 A. Pitman, nlot out ... .. 1 Sundries ... .... Three \~cickts for ...... ... :.131 Bowli g.-.tclrOw, one wicket for 39 runs: ?acklay, one for H: L?ulpard, noiso for 26; Allan., one for 19.

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RABINDRANATH TAGORE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

RABINDRANATt[ TAGORE. the bard of Bengal Ihoary, Rlabindranathu Tagore By fatuous solg tild story Wins Nobel prize with glory! Rabindranath Tagore hIs ande a splendid score Above the loftiest for hIis pegasus will soar. He's worthy of all falme So 1 feel mluch to blame Int owrdislg to Inmy shame Scan,'t proounclle his ilname. -George B. Itorewood, in New York

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ON WITH THE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

ON W1TH THUE DANCE. The wave of the ocean, the leaf of the wood, In the rhythm of motion proclaim life is good. The stars are all swinging to metres and rhyme, The planets are singing while suns mark the time. Tihe moonbeams and rivers float off in a trance, The Universe quilvers-ou, on with the dance! Our partners we pick from the best of the throng Iu the ballroom of Life, and go lilting alosg : We follow our fanlcy, and clhoose as we .For waltz or for tango or merry quadrille; But ever one partner is waiting. us all At tile end of the programme, to finish the ball. Unasked, and unwelcome, lie comes with out leave And calls whom he chooses, "My dance, I believe?" And none may refuse him, anld none may say slo. When he beckons the dancer, the dancer must go. You may hate him and shun him; and yet in life's bali - For tilhe one who lives well 'tis the best dance of all. -Ella Wheeler Wilcox, in New York Tough meat is made tender by lying a few minutes in vinegar water. Never mnake t...

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THE BLUE BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

TIHE BLU?E BOOK. I see it mentioned in a recent cable, conveying details of the Society divorce case, Vereker v.. Vereker, that "remarks made in thie visiting book disclosed a low moral tone." This reminds me of a month-old letter from a bright young Australian who has been grazinlg on John Bull's run lately. "At somupous houses in the country. she says they have visitors' books in which you are expected to jot tdowsn amusilng trifles. You should see some of tholt -whew! The newest and bluest stories are all there. Hence the new title, 'The Blue Book."' " Apparently the up-to-date visiting. book is sometlhing in the nature of naughtygraplh album. "a.S.." in the "Bulletin."

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ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

E.SSENDON AND FLERMINGTON CHURCHES. Tile eightli round of matches was con Sluded on Saturday. The leading clubs at the end of this round arc:-A Section Ascot Vale Congregational. 23 points: As cot Vale Church lChrist, 17 points; Flem-' ington' and Kensington Presbyterian, 12 Points hioonee Ponds Methodist, 12 points. B Section-St. Paul's, 24 points; Fleming ton Methodist A, 12 points; Moonee Ponds West Methodist, 12 points: Ascot Vale Con gregational, 6 points.

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SCOTTISH CRICKET. ESSENDON V. SOUTH AND PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

SCOTTISH CRICKET. ESSENDON V. SOUTH AND PORTS. The match with South and Porto society is always looked forward to by thile sup porters of the local tetll. There was a good attendanuce of supporters of 1bot)h sides. Grimsllaw won the toss and de ..cided to bat, sending in Bennie and Wood Wood was given out caught behind tile wicket--1 for 0. U. Rose followed, but alter seeing B. Bennie score 5, was howled hy Butler for ;I duckt-2 for 5. G. (rimtllhaw came next, and lie and Bennlie added 5 runs before Beanie w, caughtl at leg for 6-3 for 10. U. 'T'homas. after scoring 6, was stunllmed ollt Butler's bowling-4l for 17. R. Forsyth scored 3, and was howled by Dean-5 for 25. Meilkle went in, only to see Grimha-l bowled by Butler lor 14-6 for 33. A. Bruce, with Meikle. added 14 runs before M3eikle. was caught olff ltut ler-7 for 47. C. Whitelaw was stumped off J. Dean's bowling-8 for 51. A. Cam eron followed, hut Irlltte was catlght ill the lontgfielt olff Btler-9 for 54. A. Bailey was last...

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SECOND ELEVENS. ESSENDON V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

SECOND ELEVENS. ESSESDJN \. RCIICMOND i'is matchl was coomenced on Saturday. i on lerle? seCatiher, and oil c a ierlect wcijeat., lt itlllOlloud. t?licood won the to. anullt il oer tlihing in their f;laoui, uecided to bal. 'thi: ollellied to tile +,.o i iir" t .oI "a 12lle \, anl:i ti anra. wckL lell I n \liceaileY's econdi or.,. L'ill \oufr enCotU outilli tiart s\\:s n 'e.: S don's only colillor"..ll i iy, for Iroll teill on, tho batsmLel beans to t ile lp6 thlCu r'un and thle fieldsmelns were kept very busy. Fifty boundaries were scolred durlsig tihe afternoon. Essendc.i'- attack was \weak, for this is the third consecutive innings that 250 runs fasd over have been scored against them. 'th iielding \as keen. oni or two chllanees beilng nised, but this is excusable ill a score of 450 runs. Every time a ball passed at Seidsssan it wcent to . e.,.. l~tallndarx-L owigll to smnall play Ing area :t lelllulond. T el tii oit til1 eight Iowlers tried ?.ere--Whlleatley, 3 for 63; Listen, 2 ...

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RECIPES PARKIN AND OTHER RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

RECIPES PARKIN AND OTHER RECIPES. Yorkshire Parkin.-Allow 2 pounds of golden syrup and one pound of t:.wilo to stand by the side of the fire it,1t siliciently liquid to pour easily lro:n the vessels containing them. Rub a !:::f-pound of butter, or butter and ,Aher fat mixed, into four pounds of line oatmeal; then add two small tea cupfuls (-ib) of brown moist sugar, s;o tablespoonfuls (2oz) of ginger, and swo teaspoonfuls of salt. Stir in the golden syrup and treacle, and add milk gradually until all the oatmeal is mnfistencd-usually :about a half pint. Bake it rather slowly in three or four well-greased shallow tins, not iecessarily at the same time or on the same day. It should be kept until- it softens before being eaten. Rich Parkin.-Mix together in a saucepan a pound and a half of golden syrup, a half pound of butter, and a teacupful (quarter lb) of brown moist sugar, and allow it to stand by the side of the fire until the butter melts and the golden syrup becomes quite liquid....

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No Smells in Footscray. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

No Smells in Footscray. Footscray councillors.at their meet ing recently, resented suggestions that smells from the district were borne on . the wind to Esseudon. The Board of' Hea[lth directed thie attention of the Council to the complaint from Mr. J. Uraithai ite, headmaster at the High c?' ileimentary School at Essendon, of very bad smells which were carried by south or south-west winds. Cr. T. B. Drew, the Mayor, moved that the Board be informed that the smells did not come from Pootscray, but from the other side of the river, and the Melhourne City Council was to blame. Cr. H. Jenkins, in seconding the mo tion, said that the south or south west wind did not blow from Foots crav to Essendon. Cr. A. Shillab-eer said that there wee no smells in Fob siray, and thatu they had told tli ill authority so repeatedly. The Bo: of I{ealth kunew where the smells came from, without writing to Footscray. The motion was carried.

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Tadgell Bros. Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

Tadgell Bros.' Auction Sale. On' Thursday. February 12, at 6 For rester street. Essetlon. ,Messrs. Tadgell Bros., in conjunction with E. L. Gauld, 1will tell by tublic auction, furniture at eleven o'clock and lprolperty at twelvm o'clock. The property corsists of a d.f. brick villh duelling, eontaining 6 rooms and covenieneces, on land 35ft x 120ft. The sa;le is by order of the executors of tihe late hirs. Janet Holden. Further particu Iar' :are advertised. Mlcssrs. Tadlgell Brothers will sell by plblic auction on Saturday, February" 14, at 3 o'clock, at 140 Park street Moonee Ponds, aL comlpact and comfortable brick villa, "llen-itv-Clrree," contarining 7 -rooms, vestibule, batlhroom, etc.; electric light. the place is sowored anld hras stabliug anrd outbuildings.

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Subdivisional Sale of Allotments. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914

but(livisionall Sale of Allotments. .Mes-rs. Membrey, Deane and A. E. Young. auctioneers in conjunction, adver tise an important sale of villa. sites, cen traily situated at Daisy. Florence and W\Vasliillgton street, quite close to the Es sendoln station. Plans are now available. lihe terms are exceptional-,£10 deposit on each lot and balance extending over 5 years at 5 per cent. The streets are all made and metalled in the estate, which is an item in itself. The sale is arranged for Saturday, 14th February, on the crouond. at 3 o'clock. P.%5>a

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