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ESSENDON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
'ESSENDON PROGRESS public ihall o Monday, February 2ndri. tlhe President (Mr. F. Yotti presiding over a good attendance of members. Complaints were made about the dangerous condlition of the footpath in Thistle street, caused bA- the roots of trees. It was decided to bring the matter under the notice of the - ouncil; also tilhe necessity of some filling ,. a '. t-corner of " "it and Sham enuoll". - : ruiln h.,illg Mr. McLennanui (le? eazi Srthl away, Sfi oaine the uam lwepirs for about 10 feet, and the tonii ,- L tion ksf the Essondlon cricket ground. Ac cording to reports, it is little better-than a rubbish tip, as there are hinges off the gates, slo seats, and the conveliences are ili a disgraceful state. The place is not sewered, and a?fer thie grounld has been used for a football tnmatch, the footpaths are overltowing. lthe football club ihans lhandled over suine hlundrelds 'of oullnds, and yet there is ilothingi done to improve the ground, wlliclh is about the worst ill the met...
SALADS. MAKING THE SUMMER MEAL DAINTY. WHAT THEY DO IN OTHER LANDS. GERMAN, ITALIAN AND RUSSIAN METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
SALADS. ..MA KING THE SUMMIER MEAL DAINTY. WHAT THEY DO LN OTHER LANDS. U"GENRA. ITALIAN AND RUSSIAN METHODS. In Germany they make a specialty of herring, potato, celery, cucumber, and a variety of other salads, all of which are flavoLured with onion or garlic. For Russian salad, or Salade Russo, cut some cold boiled vegetables of all kinds into olive shapes in thin slices, with (if - at hand) some truffles, also some tinned flageolet beans, asparagus points or arti choke bottoms. Add to these some nas turtium seess 'or capers, sliced gherkins. stoned olives, witi . a tablespoonful of minced chervil, tarragon, chives, or young Springu onions. Toss these in a vinegar and oil dressing, then arrange ieatly ill a bowl with washed, boned, and filletedl shrimps, etc., and with anything that will add to the appearance and taste of the dish. A great deal of trouble may be saved with this dish by using a tin of veketable macedoine, draining its contents well, and using them as above; the res...
LEMON-WATER ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
LEMON-WATER ICE. This is one of thi cheapest ices to be made. There is required one pint of water, one gill of lemon-juice, whites of two eggs, half a pound of loaf sugar. Wipe the lemons, then rub off thle outer part, on to some of the lumps of sugar Boil the sugar and water for about ten minutes, or until it will form a thin thread between the thumbl and finger, then let it become cold. Next' add the strained lemon-juice, and pour the mixture into the freezing-pot or milk can. Shut the lid tightly, and put the fan into the place left for, it in the bath. Unless the misture is kept. moving, it will freeze unevenly.. Open the can frequently and, after sipsing rouid- the edge for fear of salt gettiing:in, scrape the mixtu?ie down inside, -and beat-.well to gether. When the mixture is half-frozen, and seems- liketbick crcesam, stir- in the stiffly-whipped whites. of eggs. Continue' the freezing .and beating until it is as hard as you. iwant it. If: not,. wanted at once, pack. the ice,...
Tadgell Bros. Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
T't2adgell Bcos." Auction Sale. SAt 1 o'clock to-day, at 6 For rester street, Essendon, Messrs. Tadgell Bros., in conjunction with E. L. Gauld, will sell by public auction, furniture at eleven 'o'clock, and" property at twelve o'clock. The prolper'ty consists of a d.f. brick villa dwelling, containing 6 rooms and conveniences, on laud 3fft x 120ft. The sale is by order of theo executors of the late MIrs. Jaret IIolden. Further particu lars are advertised. Messrs. Tadgell trotlers will sell by public auction on Saturday, l"ebruary 14, at 3 o'clock, at 140 Par'k street Moonee Ponds, a compact and comfortable brick villa "Ben-My-Chree," containing 7 rooms, vestibule, bathroom, etc.; electric light. The place is sewered asd has stabling tnd outbuild'ngs.
Sale at 2 Parry street, Moonee Ponds. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
Sale at 2 Parry street. Moonee Ponds. 6 SMr. E. Maloney, auctioneer, of Mar garet street MIoonee Ponds, opposite the station, wil sell by auction on Saturda'y, February 14th, at 3.30 o'clock, a solid wuo. d.f villa, situated at 2 Parry street, Moo nee Ponds, on land, 51 a 153. This pro perty is in a, good central position, handy to train, shops, and Queen's Park. Fur ther particulars from the auctioneer, or in our advertising columns.
Sale at Newmarket. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
Sale at leswmarlet. Sydney C. Arsnold and Co. rill offer by public auiction on 'hur.lsday, Febh ruary 19, on the properties, as fol-: lows: "Lot.1, at 3 o'clock-9b Shields street, Newmarket: Superior cottage, 5 rooms, on land 19ft 8min by 89ft Gin: Lot 2; at 3.30-58 Collett street, iKen sington: Neat W.B. cottage, 5 roomus, on rand 29ft 9;in by 100ft. Q-+---6 A. little ground almonds mixed through a fruit cake will ?revent the fruit from sinking to the bottoim. If you wRnt to heat a flat-iron .in your room a tin plate over the gas-jet, will en able you to heat-.the iron twice as quick ly.13. Before blaiching ahnlmonds soak them for two or threeb inutes in boiling- water; the skin-.will then slip off quite easily. AScorchimarks on linen miay be removed by ritbbing with a freshl-clt onion, the garment being afterwirds'soaked in cold water.,
Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
SHorticulturjal Society. , , omcers ha.ve. been -.oIeted. by", ,, tewly formed- Brunswick and Cobitg h"IJ ,ticul. tural Society: ns follors: --resident,-,.?. J. Mllward.- Mayo? . of B. a'swick; vice presidents, Cr. H. J. 'Richards, Mayor of Coburg, Cr. T. O'L. Reynolds, Mr. R. R. Urnsdy. Mr. 1D. Phillips, lion- treasurer, dMr.. V. . Payn: ; 3joint hon. secretaries, Messrs. G. A.. ordhi m and G H. Miller.
Broadmeadows Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
Broadmneadows Tenders. Tenders will be received by the Broad. meadows Council till 11 a.m. on'ftiurs 'day, 26th inst., for (1.) supply of.trac tion engine, driver and labour, for working stone crusher, about 4000 yards spalls, with option of cartage; or (2.) supply of traction engine, crus her, driver and labor, for crushing about 4000 yards spalls, with option of cartage.
ANTICIPATIONS CAULFIELD, SATURDAY, FEB. 14. SELECTIONS BY EVEN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
ANTICIPATIONS CAI'LFIELD, SATURDAY, FEB. 14. SELECTIONS BY EVEN TIME. Warrien Hurdle.--The Majestic Nut or Widdenl ; next best Wingarara. Federal Stakes.-Newlierry or Kir tie; next best, Rantyg. . Bond Cup....Gladwvin or Efferves cence; next best, Atora. St. George's Stakes.--Audelosia or Cider; next best, Mountain Princess. Salisbury Weiter.--Coolagunyah or Meritus: next best.'Dhul Dhnl. Oakleigh Plate. Tranqette or Woo rak: next best; Carni.ll . "I'd like." said M.rs. Peckton. sternly. "to see thle matl that I was afraid of!" "So wotld I." replied her husband. Henrv. ?rglng towards thie door. ,In fact. I'd like to.=shake his band." The orchestra had just finished an ear piercing melody on the front lawn of the inn. ,One of the guests approached the ?lolinists, and sombrely i quired: '"Do you play by note?", Niver a note do I play stir.' repliedl fr. Hennessey,. mop ping his fevered brow with a handkere chief of sanguinary huei iAh by ear. then?" said the summt er boarder, with: a ...
MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
MAIRCH. 11. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. 14. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB. 18. SANDOWN PARK RACES. 21. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. 25. SUNBURY. RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. The Victorian Amateur Turf Club will open on Saturday next with the first start for the Autumn campaign, when the srin cipal events carded are the Oakleigh Plate. Bond Cup, and St. George's Stakes. The course is in capital order, and as Mr. Moule has engaged a very efficient staff, patrons will be catered for in a most unique man ner. Fortitude antid Belove have arrived at Caulfield from Sydney runder the care of T. Neirilker, and are located at Morrow's stables. Rlatllea and Jolly Beggar are horses who are pleasing most at Caulfield in their prelparations, and are worth following. Four Flush and Crown Steel have arrived at Flelmington ill charge of B. Fennesy and both look in pierfect condition. A new addition to tile ranks at Ilemning toll is Embrasene. Erin's Iarp IT. Woods) jumpeil hurdles oil Thursday morning at llemlngt...
SCHOOL MATTERS SUCCESSFUL STATE SCHOOL PUPILS. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
SCHOOL MATTERS --4---. SUCCESSFUL STATE SCHOOL PUPILS. Ti'e result of the annual coin mpetitive ex amination held on December 16th, 1913. for sclolarlships granted by the Education De partient having beetn made available, it 1i pleasing to note tile nanes of three Es sendon State School VIII Grade scholars teacher, Mr. D. Williams-amongst the suc cePsful candidates, Herbert E. Cor'on woli an ordinary schilolrslhip. while Oliver B. Jenkinl. and Kenneth B. Adamn each won a scholarship' in agriculture, mining or veterinary science. The winning of these scholar shilps entitles each of the three boys to a free course of four years at either a State district high school, or an approved regis tered secondary school. They also may, aft4r pIassiln successfully through 'the pres cribed course of studly for three years at an approvedl school. be permitted to com pete for exhibitions tenable at the Mel Iourne University. The value of these srcholarslhips may be gained from the fol lowing -An ex...
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
SOCIAL .BREVITIES John Proctor, of Norfolk street, Mioonee Ponds, gentleman, who died dn October 24, left under a will dated October 10 real .estate valued at £2877, and personal pro perty valued at £1638. to his widow and children. The Essendon branch of the W.C.T.U. will resume their meeting after the recess at 2.30 'p.m., to-day, at the Souti Esosendon Methodist schoolroom. The Essendon Horticultural Society will hold their monthly lecture and display of Ilowers at the Puckle street hall, on Tues. day, 17th inst., at 8 p.m. The combined annual picnic of the Es scndon and Flemington branches of the A.N.A. will take the form of a motor boat, trill to the Hawthorn tea gardens. The ' date fixed is Saturday, 28th 1 ebruary. Mr. .T. i. Henderson is hlion. seg. of the picnic coiumittee. ' The s81eaker at the Pleasant Sunday afternoon at the Masonic Hall niext Sunday will be Mr. Frank Tudor. M.H.N.. and the soloist Mrs. Jealous. No notice will be taken in this column of any colninlicatio...
STRAWBERRY CREAM ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
.S TRAWBERRY oCREAM ICE. Required: One. pound of strawberries or half a Dint of the Jam after.-sieving, half a pint -of cream,- four ounces of, castor sugar one. teaspoonful of lemon-juice, cochineal; Stalk the' fruiit and .rub 4? or' the; J m through a hair sieve Add ie sugar and' lemon-juice -`. ,.: S-Whip the 'creanm until; it- will-jus l hang on the. -bhisk. and, add it lightl?. If the colour dis -dull..pon' ini a drolp. _or. tyro of cochineal.: Thien iut: ijxture;ittd thei cIn land frezeias-bePireý , .,. ... '7.··
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
NOTES BY THE WAY By "Observer." No doubt., as regards hlis private life, Mr A. -X. Biillson, M.L.A., sometime one oi his Majesty's Ministers for the State of Victoria, is a gentleman whom to know h, to esteem, but politically he seems to have gone astray very much recently. In tle llst place, according to the report of body iknown as the Dredging Board, Mr Bilison appears to have been responsible lor a great deal of the evil done and the dlevtstation wrotght by the operation 0l the gold -dredges, and the "Age" of tlhe lld inst.. inl a very trenchant article. does not hesitate to tell him so. --®-®-®? -O-O-o Then again Mr. Billson has brought a hornet's nest about his ears by.a llroposi tioe he made this week it, the Legislative Assembly to the effect that country ment hers residing in town during tile session of Parliuament sllould receive special pay. \tlhen he mooted it ill the House, however, the Premier very rightly observed that any increase in tile emulolulents of members of P...
Milk Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — Flemington Spectator — 12 February 1914
1'r. C. J. :tlclovrlt ie for colmplainant, IIMr. lIoaire for defendant. w i1r. tc[Fatrlane said tlie milk was to he deeltled adullterated as it, con(tailled aI slllll quantity- of fornutlin or formaldehyde. lDefendant p~leaded not g.uilty; ill-peetor lyon deposed that on 19th De. (ellller Lie obitaillI a nllllple of nill ftroo Joi ll Mitchell, on l of dlf'tndalit's dtrivers. o1 anallllysis. 'i'o r. Ionare: There waos tno bhiet ion :fl'e:el to sUlpllying the milk. Only to1ok oln sanlale. (teorge lHarold Wltsonl. ana1lyst, deplosedl that tihe milk contained it weak sow tOlon " forlmal, which was it disinfectant. The .iiiple was fairly high in quality. and iutiv.ilv\iso a1 good one. Therle was ol1ly .0,1 opr cent of forminlin or formaldelliyde 1iin ik. hloe milk wolonlitl no. ive thi taste in smell of focrmalin. Mr. Woodls coiult rot iell whether the milk su1pplied to hint were itree of formaliin on this trilling quantity. [Insplector Lyon, recallled, stated to 211. McFarlane that the ...