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BOWLING Malvern-Caulfield v. Moonee Ponds. MALVERN-CAULFIELD, 96 [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
BOWLING 2Malvern-Caullfield v. Moonee Ponds. A.bL\VERIN-CAULLFIELD. 96 McCutcheon. F:arntsworth, lmlton, Hard htllm, juin ..................n ............ 29 \\ardle. Edgar, T. Foster, McFarlane 25 White, Blakewell, (till. Hill ............ 18 Gilbert, Evalns. L. Francis, Ni Foster ... 24 MOONEE PONDS,' 74. .9hech:tll, Davey, Swift, Dowlan ... ... ... 16 C'ohen, F. W. Young. Eastwood, A. L. Young ............... .............. 18 Ca:ll. A. Cotkerell. M. Cocleroll, Maple . o lle ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 19 Parkter, Yattisonl, 'Lattorsoin, Ssitl ...... 21
ELECTRIC HEATERS UNDER CARPETS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
ELEGTRIC HEATETRS UNIDE UARPETS. The ideal way of heating a room would seem to be to heat the floor itself, for in that way the feet are kept warm, which is essential, and with proper regu lation tile interior could be kept at the proper temperature for comfort. To meet this requirement, a slpecial type of elec tric heating pad is now manufaetured, to be fastened to the under side of the car lpet. Current is taken from the lamp socket through a esixibln cord, and -the ar rangement of the resistance is such that the carpet cannot become leated to the danger Iloint. in fact, there are three degrees of heat that call be obtained at will, all perfectly safe.
Essendon District Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
Essoedon District Scottish Society. The sixth annual u tneral rlecting of tile above Soclcty will be held oil Wednesday, 11th February, ill the Lodge Roomu, Ma sonic Hall. The report and balance sheet for the past year will b pIresented for adoption, anld the election of ollice-bearers and committee for 1913.14 will be proceeded with. The report and balalnce-sheet and ballot papers Will be in the hands of the mllembers before the meetillg, and it is ear nestly hoped that they will be studied by every melmber, and that as a result there will be a large attendtalt ce at this smeet in to give evidence of a revival of the old enthusiasm. The only case in which ballot is Inecessary is for conmlnittee, and therefore interest slhouli be aroused. andt ant effort pullt forth to secure good men and true to fill the vacancies. Make the rallying place for Scots thile Masonic IIall nl \Wednesdlay ilext, and let a "best onl record" mleeting be recorded.
Wandering Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
Wandering Cattle. Inlspector 1. U. Lyon procceded acainst. the following for being owners of cattle found wandering without laving any per son in charge of theml. viz:--Eva ay mond. 1 cow, filled 5s. with t10s costs: Eva Raymond, 3 cows. 15s. and 2s 6dl costt; Vic tor Williamson, 1 cow. 5s and 2s 6d costs: Catherine Beatty. 1 cow, 5s and 2s 6d costs; Alfred Wickham. 1 Ihorsc. 7s 6d lnd 2s 6d costs; Johnl Butler. 2 cows, its and 2s 6d costs; John Bntler. 1 horse, 7s 6d and 2s 6d costs the unknownl owner of al bay horse, 7s 6d, and 33s 6d costs.
Open Air Band Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
Open Air Band Concert. The Essendon City Council's Band open air annulllll Cce?rt will be held in Queens' Park on Wednesday nIight, ltll February. at 8 o'clock sharp. The Footscray SIlunici tal Balint (conductor, Mr. A. Nuttallh, and the \'ice-Regal Band (conductor. Mr. Chals. Smith), will march from the Mtoonee Ponds station at 7.45 p.m. The following artists ;ill also appear, viz.:--r. Fred Harry, MIrs. Wilson, Mr. Tom Knowles (the up t;:-tlate character comedian), Mr. Allf. Gar fi:ld-(tlhe descriptive singer), and tho Ma:t ollous Bust h ltHarmonistg,-'lM .f-sr's.ii FB , too tts d Fraser). 'TIle admission is :itdults 6d, children 3d. Atr. J. C. Wilby;, the secretary, is making very complete arrangements for the concert, and it is to be hoped there will be a large attend ancte. The Essendon BanId dtoes good work right throughout the year, only appeals to tle iublic once a year, landt deserves proper support.
Temperance Movement. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
Temperance Movement. . meeting was held at the Icnsitngton town hall (supper roonl oil T'Ilday evoning, 29th ult., to form a No LLce1inc League for tile Fleillgtor l natld I(K siitlir a ton district. Tile Rev. aMr. Niclhol Ipreid ed, ald introduced thie lspeaker, l r. . t. Barrett, who outlined lhe plian of tihe camlpaign which is to lead up to tihe local option polls of 1917. 1Mr. Barrett explain ed that tho pirincilp] of loezil option was essentially delmocrati. as thre :existence or otherwise of tire lirlluor traflfic wouldl be determinied by tile Ircople. Tile Licern 'sea Reductionil Ioardl l:had dlone gool wrork, ibut it did not go far enoIughi. At tihe iresetit nmoment 43,0QO0,00 teolsle ill tihe Unlited State were -livinr undler rlrohibi tloll, ,n -ome form of proii uit ryI :itw. It was decided to form a Icales;r,. -.;l 4 licLrs were elected.
Musical. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
Musical. lit oir advertising rol: lt?n t'. ,: Iuoutlnceentl of resumplltion of tuitionll ,! Mir. . A. Parker. prolesor o mtnsic, oi Slluter street, Moonee Poutlds. 1'r. ar:l' ker is prepared to give advice to any coltemplating a course of vocal or other itudy. A thorough systelll of training for all subjects is insisted on by Mr. Par ker, who claims to be a specialist for the ltulttail voice, ilitno, and piipe organ. During tile past yeatr, Mr. l'arker tlat demonstrated his ability as a concert or -anist in the Ascot Vale Presbyterian church, in a seriet of organ recitals, and those who lhave come inl contactt with hiin musically have not failed to rcognlise that lihe is a master of all the subjects lie professes to teach. Voices are testet free.
MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
MARCH. 11. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. 14. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB. 18. SANDOWN PARK RACES. 21. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. 25. SUNBURY RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. Flemington, Thursday, 29th Jan. The following work was recorded at Flemington this mornings--Stein bok, half a mile in 54secs. Moun tain Princess. half a mile in 58, on tan, easy. Culma, five furlongs in 1min 11 sees, sand. Lanceretto and Myranm, sand half mile,.5 - isecs. Fi delis and Rameses, six furlongs, Inuin. 26secs., sand. Naxberry and Aye Aye Sir.half mile, 53½secs. Radnor eleven furlongs on tanl, 2min. 47sees., Au dacity, and Wolowa even time mile on tan. Newberry half mile in 58secs. Prince Barolphl and Lindean, half mile in 541ases. Effervescence, a sand nmile in 1in. 53½secs. Oestressa, five fur longs on sand in 1mhnin. 6isecs. Lux ton and Saltare, six furlongs on sand, hnin. 28secs. Andelosia and Winni peg, six furlongs on sand, 1min. 231 sees. Obi, six furlongs, lmin. 25secs. Uxbridge and Sam Cook, a strong round ...
AEROPLANES V. DIRIGIBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
AEROPLANES V. DIRIGIBLES. Five hundred rounds of ball cartridges ,were successfully fired from a_ machine gUnl moluOUted on tihe upper deck of tile marinie Zespelin II. at Friedrichsafen, on March 15 last. 'riThe airship was travelling at the rate of forty-five miles an hour ill ;t struil wind. The gun was handled with ease Land plrecisiol. IRecently tile llltrll ZeppeliLL I.-' remaiLed in constant wireless communLication with her hlome station while the airship was making at twelve-hour flight, during whlich time she could hatvo colme to Enugtad auln returntsed. 'Tioe born Lenremyl of tihe dirigible is, of course, tie aeroplanel, iL wllich EnglaLu is specialising. The aeroplane, for iLL st;nle, iLs lucle gretter elevation powerr thanlll ti dirigible. It eas clismb to 18,C00 feet, and then its endurance is about cx hansted. 'iThe Zeppelin can rise to 10,000 feet and then travel for twentsy hours at that elevation. 'Tie dirigible has an aver ago speed of forty miltes asl hour, agains...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
IMPORTANT NOTICE, Kellow hardware Company JOSEPH KELLOW. Proprietor 20 years Departmental Manager, Chambers & Seymour 74, and 76 Puckle St., Moonee Ponds, Dec. 1913 About eighteen months ago the KELLOW E HARDWARE CO. purchased the business of C. J. Langford, and their success since has been so m great that they have now the pleasure to announce ® having bought out the old established business or M NI(TCHELL SMITH, who for so long has been, the leading Ironmonger of Puckle St., Moonee Ponds. There is no need to dilate on the excellent quality l ® of the goods kept by this well-known firm. His name and reputation are well-known to all. The E KELI.OW HARDWARE CO. is equally well known, and the fact that in so short a time they [ have been able to buy out MITCHELL SMITH shows that their business methods and the quality ® of their goods have met with the approbation or Sthe inhabitants of the district. ®f The new business will be conducted as hereto fore tinder the personal super...
Under Sized Fish. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
Tinder Sized Fish elan. He pleaded guilty, stating that he did not know the lay. The constable stated that on 18th Janu ary he saw defendant in Mt. Alexander road with four blackfish in his possession. One of them weighed 21 ounces. and an other 3j ounces, whilst the lowest weight allowed by the Act was 4 ounces. Defendant was fined £2.
Interpleader Case. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
Interpleader Case. Bertram Brown v. JTlia Bridges: clainl ants, MIrs. Coolk and Mrs. S. J. O'Shea. Mr. Secconb appeared for the execution oreditor, B. Brown. Constable E. C. Allison deposed that under a warrant of distress be seized a quantity of shop fittings, alleged to be the property of Mrs. Bridges. Oross-examined:--Mrs. Bridges carried on the business, and the things were in her possession. She stated that they were nearly paid for, and that the scales were hers, and paid for. Mrs. O'Shea produced a list of the pay ients made on tile scales by tile defendant. Witness sold them for £5 and had received £3 15s only on them. There was no legal timne-payment agree m ient. Mr. Gaylard, on behalf of Sirs. Cook, stated that the articles claimed by Mrs. Cook, were sold by her in June last, and were to be paid for on time paylument. They were not paid for yet. - Mr. Seccomb raised the p]oint that there was 1io legal tinc-lpayslent agreelment, providing for the hire of the goods, nldl th...
VALEDICTORY A TEACHER FAREWELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
VALEDOTOWRY SA TEACHER PAREWELLED. Miss Harvey, first assistant at the Bray brook State School, one of the most popu har anld efficient teachers that has beenl associated with that seat of elementary ,learning, who has left the district, was entertained by parents, teachers and scholars at a decidedly enjoyable conver sazione. Tie reason for the function was the transfer of the young lady named, after eleven years service at Braybrook, to the St Kilda State School. and the gathering at the Parish Hall, presided over by Cr. G. Cranwell, was a striking tri bate to the esteem in which Miss Har vey was held. An excellent programmlll of musical and elocutionary numbers was presented; dainty refreshments were par taken of, and at a suitable stage the chairman, on behalf of the school com mittee anld residents, presented the fair guest with a handsome Morocco hand-bag. The senior scholars followed - ---- -a gold necklet, and thle reinllllnlg selhol ars contributed many useful and pretty gi...
LIMIT OF UNAIDED VISION. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
LIMIT OF UNAIDED VISION. The ability to discern the star Alcol at the tail of the Great Bear, has been held to be the test of the limit of human vision unaided by any glass. Very rarely is the eye of such power as to see the satellites of Jupiter, though there are on record two or three instances, the third satellite being the most distinct of those seen. It is said that Peruvianls are the longest sighted" race of all. There is recorded by Hfumboldt the case of Indians in that country who perceived a hoblui figure 18 miles away, being able to recognise it as a hluman being ulnd clad in white. -(.gin-n-n
FLEMINGTON BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
FLEMINGOTON BRANCH A.N.A. -4--~-- The, fortnightly meeting of the above branch was held on Wednesday, Jan. 28th, in the town hall, Kensington. The presi dent, Mr. A. E. Hughes, presided over a good attendance of members. Five new members were elected and welcomed by the president. Three nominations for membership were received. During gen- oral business, the president reported having attended the annual bancuet and fete at the Exhibition, and on the recep tion of his report, the sports at the Ex hibition came in for some adverse criti cism, several members expressing the op inion that they were of a very poor quality, whilst others admitted that though the sports were of a. keen nature, they were cohsiderably lacking in at tractiveners, and suggested that the sports committee should, in arranging future programmes, endeavour to place something more attractive than mere bike and foot racing. Several suggest ions were offered, such as wlhippet racing, wood chopping, and other sports o...
THE HOME CURRIES AND CHUTNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 5 February 1914
-THE HOME -4 -- CURRIES AND CHUTNEY. If any have been in India we feel sure s Sthey will retain pleasant recollections of the excellent curries which they have ell joyed tlhere, for no lunch or dinner would be considered complete unless it contained ( Sthis popular dish in some form or other. The success of a curry made in India is partly" due to the fact that most of the ingredients composing it can be obtained fresh, but nowadays excellent curry pow ders can be bought cheaply which will im part a flavour almost equal to that given by the freshly-ground ingredients. One fact which is all-important is the slow, steady cooking, and also the use of commion-sense in the blending of the spices. So many people imagine that tile addition of a little curry powder to an ordinary mince makes an excellent curry, while others add so much pepper and spice as to malke it almost unbearably hot. Chutneys are the natural accompaniments of curries, and there are milany ways in whiich they can be mad...