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ASCOT VALE CONGREGATIONAL V. ASCOT VALE CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

ASCOT VALE CONGREGATIOlNAL V. ASCOT VALE CHURCHI OF CHRIST. This match was started on Saturday last on'the ground of the former in the pres ence of a large number of spectators. A good game waS anticipated, as both teams arc uubeaten, but the Church of Christ were unlucky in losing the first match ?of the season through plaaying an, unregistered mau. Gecorge White, the Church of Christ skipper, won the toss from Rup Hayes and decided to bat, tak ing Hillbrick with him to the wickets. Par ris opened the bowling for the'Congos with a madeun over to White. Hayes bowled at the yother end, and Hillbrick got two balls inmSuccssion to the'boundary. After this runs came slowly. With thle score at 16, White was'ont, stumped by Anderson off Parris, 1-2-16. It was bad luck for White to get out in the way lie did, as Anderson was standing at short stop, andl noticing the batsman out of his crease, threwt the wicket down. I. Lindsay. -fol lowed; but only 2 runs were added before Hillbrick was. c...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Voice Culture and Pianoforte Tuition. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

--®t0-@ -. Voice Culture and Pianoforte Tuition. Mr. William Davies, a successful teacher of voice culture, singing, and pianoforte, of "Maryville," Lyon Street, Essendon, adver tises that his services are available to those who desire to excel in the above accomplish. Inents: strong solution of borax poured down sinks and drain will banish offensive smells. To-stop hiccup, give thie patient a tea spoolful of granulatedl ugar and vinegar. If this does not afford instant, relief re Deat the dose. In cases of illness, when ice is not pro curable for cooling the head of a feverish patient, cut a strip of encumber peeled ratther thick ..and lay thie inner ipart on tih forehead. It hlis a deliciously cool. ing " effect. To keep the white sif an egg from leav iin the yolk and scalttering about in the water, take a spoon and stir the water rapidlly round for a few seconds, then drop the egg gently in the "hole" in the cen tre of thie whirlpool formed by the rapid circular motion of the spo...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Essendon Public Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Essendon Public Hall. Another splendid programme has been at ranged for at the above hall on Saturday evening. The star films will he " The Curs of Drink " and "A Wild Ride." Several other pictures will be screened.

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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Removal Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Removal Notice. Miss E. Noel, umbrella maker, of 144 Puckle street, Moonee Ponds, begs to inform her numerous customers that, under notice to quit the above premises (owing to same being. pulled down), that she has secured buiiness accommodation at 77 l'uckle street, with Misty G. Wemyss, and would esteem it a personal favour if customers will continue their patron at the new premises,

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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LEGISLATIVE AND FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

LEGISLATIVE AND FiNANCE COMMITTEE. Cr. I. S. Colo-was alppointed ehtairm il of the whole council for Legiselatve rild iiluanlce Committee. He mentioned that an opinion had been obtained fromu sir. Starke, barrister, as to the erectioni ot hoarillttgs, and the one already erected t.y the A. A. Company. that though the coun cil could not saeoly pull down the exist ent hoarding, they could, by proper pro celdings in tile supreme Court. obtain a declaration that the erection is unlawhll. and obtain an ilnjunction to restrain filr thir breaches of the bye-law as to the erection of any aidditional Ihoardings. Cr. Shlowers said that, if tihe cotucid pulled down the hoarding, it would bring things to a crisis, and compel the A. A. omnillny to undertake the cost of taking tho leaw proceedlings. Cr. Kinnear: Diut, if we pulled down the iloarding, tile council would be liable for atl action for danlages. Cr. Cole: The council should have pro ceedied to obtain an injunction when rtie A. A. Comp...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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ST. THOMAS' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

ST. THOMAI' CHLUlRfl. On Monday. 2nd February, the parish ioners of St. Thomas elil 'a meeting ill the parish hall as a mark of alopreciation for tanot ltanllock, prior to his tripl to Eg laild. Mr. W. H. Garrard, ehurchwarden , Iresided. He was supported by tile Revs. isulitton, Mte ie, Cole, iucitley and ltanl suaw, and Messrs. W. S. Kisniton, Davis. ltobinson, cLer nnuas. inarrison nsd i1ol low. in his opening remarks Mr. Garrard stat ed lthat tlley hal met to do honour to olne wlhom they,.all tdnltred for his energy a5tel -zeal ill lsaicaster's service, and one unllol ithose brow was depsicte sincerity and truth. 'Tile Rev. M. M. Wihittou said: I consider tiatn thse CatLot has inmtLe bIut 0on0 mistaKl in his arrlngementlls. He had forgotten to ask me to accompany himit. I would iave been pleaset to sno\\- linlt tIle beauty of thle land of my youtl. 1 am sure 1 would llave apptreeiated the trip. Still, thloug it is too late for lhits to rectify such a grevious oversight, I oa:I a...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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CHURCH NEWS ST. THOMAS' CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

CHURCH NEWS ST. THOMAS' CHURCH. The annual meeting of the parishioners of t. Tllomas Cnurce, bsseJluln, was nelu in tilt sclloolroom, on MItlolbyi evellning, Zla February. rhi 1Crar Iatev. ualnon Hancockl In tle ,inair. Minutes oi tile previous ae luanl imeetinlg \tere read and connrmed. ''le annrual report and balance sheet were taken as real, and received, oil tile nlottln of Messrs. Hollow and Woods. 'ITreasrer's report was taken as read, and receiven onl lhe inotioli of Messrs. Colillor anli ?Vootl.. .'lle election or olilce-bearers for yea! 1914 resultedt as follows: Churelhwarnens: W. S. Kimpton. by tie vicar; W. ti. (jarrard and O. . L. Ma rri soil, oy the parlslolluoners. \estrys : Messrs. 'I. s. Stones, J. Molloy and V. S. Hlollow, by the vicar; Messrs. C. C. Buizartd, '. D. Siolaan. C. Peterson, Ii. V. Titoury, J. U. Austin, J. M. Hall, J. Woods, .resilanl Iounulson and G. F. Davis, by parisnioners. P'arucllufil numintrs: Messrs. Hi. E. Hol lick, J. Molloy and F. D. Homan....

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HUMOROUS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

HUMOROUS ITEMS~-s The London "Post" thinks originally. and with a great deal of common sense. "If a man wanted to make ?a forecast of what is likely to happen is. the next fifty years to the chief countries," says the "Post," his best plals would be to go round and observe the young people and notice which country seemedl to be turn ing them out with the most power and purpose in life; which coun try . was making the conditions most fa'vourable for the normal boy and girl to grow ip healthy, strong, quick witted, and'strong-willed: which set of dyoung people had the widest outlook and the strongest grip of a comnon object in their lives. Many people would be glad to see the politician promoted out of educa fion and the superintendence of the bring ilng up of thle next generation entrusted, without regard to party exigencies, to a altn who had mastered the nature of the process. Farmer Hiram sold butter to the village grocer alnd took sugar in exchange. It Peeatmed to F nrmer Hiram, ...

Publication Title: Flemington Spectator
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MEN'S SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

MEN'S SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. The annlual meeting of the St. Thomas' branch of C.E.M.S. was held in the choir vestry on Tuesday, 3rd inst. The President. Canon Hancock, presided, and the meeting was it large and entlhusastic onle. The Presidential address was on the Society's motto flr 1914: "Come ye yourselves apart," and dealt with the need of special times for meditation and study, the value of 'quiet days," and "quiet afternoons" if members were to be fitted for the greatel' work of the Society, that of drawing men closer to the church. The annual report stated that thql year iad beenl oe of continued progress inc tle spiritual life of members, :and thle work of the parish. In tihe vestry, the Sunday school, the choir, the manay mission bands, the gymnasium, the sports clubs, the cllrch grounds. and wherever workers were needed the brotherhood men were to be foundl quietly and earnestly exlpre'sing tlheir rc'i gion in dlefinite, uscful and persistent work, and doing it all the ...

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SCOTTISH CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ESSENDON. V. FOOTSCTRAY. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

SCOTTISH CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ESSENDON V. FOOTSCIRAY. (Gontributed). "Prior to the opening of this match. which was commenced onl the Essendon'i ground last' Satulrday, a pleasing ceremony was perfo med. The president of tile club, Mr. Allan McNeilage, being called upon by an anonymous donor to present very fine bats to captain Grinshtasv. and Bert Bennie respectively, in recognition of their splendid batting performance in the match against South anuld Port Melourne, the former gentleman scoring, by his vig orons and well inudeed pl:ay.- 70 rul?s. :lnd the latter, Mr. Iien sie. by steady batting. made 83 not out. This was recognised as a very meritorious performance. as tile fielding of the South and Ports was excep tionally keen." The recipients briefly thasked the donor, and the plnyers slosw ed their appreciation of that gentlelntns? kindly action by acclamation.

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SECOND BENDIGO [?] ESSENDON V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

ESSENDO \'V. RICIIMOND. This match sas contitnued at Richiilond olln Suturda. lsscnlldttlll tellli to be dog ged by batd luck. Thi- is the second time in succession thatt their ollotenits halve batted on good wickets-c. a bie Esselldon Ihavo had to put iup wit wett alnd stictky wickets. The rain on Saturday tmtornlitig wis heavy enough to smake tthe wicket slow andt trichky. The scoring fora while was slow, and four wicketa were dowli for 14 runs. This looked as if a procession wore to take place, Ibut the fifth wiciket tad dedt 52 ruts, makinig tthe score 5 tor 66. Front ten oi the biatsaen pt l it dtlilfferent comttlexion on the game, and it was niot tuntil 175 runs wrotre oil tile board beIfore tihe last wicket tell. This was a very goodt performntalce ott ucal ;i wicktet. Tiatll .tt was top score with 98.ltand Coulter i8. Li-ton 15, and Collie 11. all batted well uider try ing conditions. Esselldolo hadl to followi oil a6 tslcy tad not tuite reaculled Ricih mond's thteiiuitlleil...

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CRICKET RICHMOND V. ESSENDON. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

CRICKET RICHMOND V. ESSENDON? RICHMOND. Firat Innings 1RO3?ND Second Innings. W. Macrow. c Proud, b Shea ......... 5 A. Dean, c Macartney. b Shea ... . 18 A. Lampard, not out .............. 61 J. B. Mackay, c Slea, b Proud . 0".. " J. Oooley, b Proud ... 0 A. Kelso, run out .... . L. Stewart, at Ryan, b Proud ... 1 F. Morgan, c and b Proud . ..... . 4 F. Gillies, c Russell, b Proud ......... 0 0. Allan, b Proud ... ..1..... 4 R. Schrape, not out .................... 4 Sundries ........................ . 10 Nine wickets for 130 (Innings cloaod.) Bowling.-Proud. 6 for 35; Shea, 2 for 53: MIahon. 0 for 13; Binncy, 0 for 13. ESSENDON. First Innings. H. Proud, c Lampard. b Alln ...... 44 F. HIanna. c Alian, b Mackay ............ 18 P. Shea. b MIacrow ......... 3 E. P. Kennedy, b Macro . .......... A. Pitmani, b Macrow .................. 10 W . tricilLhs. b iGillies ..: ... ...... 10 C. Ryan. c Gillies. b Allan .: ............ 15 J. Binney, b Gillies .. ...... •.. ..... 0 J, Russell I b w...

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The Misses Haydon. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

The Misses Haydon. The Misses Haydon, costumieres, notify their removal to 47;5 Mt. Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds.

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Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Teuders. Tenders, returnable at 4.30 p.m.,on Mion. day, 23rd February, will be received by the' Essendon Council, for painting ironwork of the Mlaribyrnong bridge.

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C.Y.M.S. COMPETITION. ESSENDON V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

ESSENDOS Y. SOUTH MELBOURNE. Thei above match was )layed at Miiddle l'Park last Saturday. and resulted in an easy win for Eusendon by 9 wickets and 5 runs. South Melbourne, 8I1 and 19, total 100 (Reardon 31, F. Hynes 13;. Essendon, 70 and 1 wicket for 5 (Wilaon 23, Johnstone 22,. Gorman 14. Siiea 12, Perritt 10i. Bowl ing for Essendon : Bromfteld 6 for 31, Johnstoll 5 for 24, Ronnie 2 for 9. Sonth Melbourne: Mitchell 7 for 41. Next Saturday Essendon play Middle Park (wlho are undefeated) at Aberfeldie.

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V.J.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

Y.J.C.A. tscot \'ale. 115 and 153 (Bonnie 54. Rose 17. Conquest 17, Davis 16. Baldwin 15: Ro haberts two for 8, Pabst 2 tor 23), beat (tior don, 93 (Rogers 29. (;ovall 14 not, ont" Mc Sweeney 3 for 22, Conquost 3 for 37?. by G2 runls. P'lemington and Kensington, 6 for 173 ?i'lorubho 56 not out, \Williams 31, Mat tihews 31, Hebdon 24 not out,, beat Bruns wick Baptist, 157, by four wickets.

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LADIES CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

LADIES CRICIKET On Saturday next the Mlaribyrnuong ladies will play the Brunuswick ladies ou the ground of the latter. The Maribyrnong mimnbere are request edt to catch the l.5l p.m. trailn from Ascot Vale. On Saturday iast the Maribyrnong l:a dies were defeated by the Hienley ladies by 41 runs.

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CARROT SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

CARROT SALAD. Ingredients.-Cooked cold carlote, sugugar, lemon, cayenne, salt, salad oil; lettuce salad, horseradish ', Metbod.- Sliee some carrots that, have been cooked whole, spread them on a dish. sprinkle them with castor sugar, 'grated lemon rind and juice, carenne and salt. and: a little good salad oil. Put a nice lettuce salad in a bowl, and mix with any salad dressing preferred. Lift the car rots carefully with a slice and arrange them on the top with scraped horse-rad ish in tufts, and round thin sliees\\of, on ion.

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St. Thomas Church, Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

St. _1lliomas" Churchl, .sscllcon. Harvest T'lhanksgiving Services aind Holy Coummunion will be held at St. Thomas' Church on Sunday next at S and 11 a.m. The preacher will be Rer. A. B. Tress, C.E.MI.S. Gifts of fruit. ve etables etc., are invited for Metro politan 31ssion in the streets ;and lanes of Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914

COLD ASPARAGUS WITH SALAD DRESSING. Procure a large bundle of fine aspara gus, scrape nicely and wash carefully; tie up in several small bundles, arrang ing the heads all the one way; cut off the ends so as to give each bundle uni form lengths. Place them in a stewpan' of boiling water (salted), boil from 20 to 25 minutes., according to size. Take up, * drain carefully, and place them in a very cool place, and then on the ice. Untie the bundles, dish up n~atly. and serve with the following:-Salad dresslin,. Rub{ lie yolks of two hard-bpiled eggs through a sieve or pointed strainer and put into e smaill basin, stir with a wooden spoon, and dilute with thrpe large -tablespoonfuls of salad oil. Chop finely two small shallots and add to the dressing, season with a pinch of pepper and a small teaspoonful of vinegar. Poor a little of this -sauce over the heads of the asparagus, and serve the remainder - in a sauce-boat. Keep the salad 'dressing on the ice until required. PUBLIC NOTICES. J...

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