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HEALTH COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
Cr. M'attisonj. cliairi";au of ll. alth. r eited. in cororrr-loidenri it way ljitlinn:t nut that Mr. tltuthat hat] otttetdl tIhat tI eIoto tltt ago he wroIte, the coneil tie to a soorerate moalter ot a Iloeee iirlr ii. Mlojlea't Clhurrh. H liaId received no aii. ottrer. ;ant n otw asked thai, tile councjiil would bIring pIressiure uponl the Board.l Trie town ilerk 11101 no recollertioni iii iheohutiu it 1 i Itoll' old letter; but it(: uldorstood that no main passed tile Ilouse. It was dlecided that tile Board be asked to expedite matters. A lotttr from the Minimum Allotmelnt, Anti-Slum. Town Planning. etc., people was received. touching on lectures to be given by 3Mrs. W. t. Davige. The writers nasked tile council-to grant tle tree use of tile town hall forn lecture it September or October.-To be considered later, wlicn there ii a townl hall ill eistence. Mrs. L. J. Burns wrote, asking regilstra Lion for a private hospital it Ascot Vale. The. application was recommended by till -Boa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. W. ELLWOOD & CO, BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS. 81 WILSON STREET. MOONEE PONDS. Estlmates giveln and plans drawnlz INSURE WITlI THE \OYAL \NSURANCEI S LIMITED FIRE ACCIDENT MARINl EMli'i.OYEIPS' I.IAIIILFIY BlURGLARY, PLATE-GLASS, MO FOR CAR, LIVE STOCK, LOSS OF PROFITS, &c. Funds £19,031,200 Revenue £7,139,552 Apply to Local Agents , IMPORTANT NOTICE Coinpanli JOSEPH KELLOW. Proprietor 20 years Departmental Manager, Chambers & Seymour 74 and 76 Puckle St., M . oonee Ponds, Dec. 1913 About eighteen months ago the KELLOW HIARDWiARE CO. purchased the business of C. 'J. Lacigtoid, and 'their success since has been so great thart they have now the pleasure to announce o -having liought out the old established business or \ ITCHE-ILL SMITH, who for so long has been the leading ronikioncer of Puckle St., Moonee Ponds. There is no need to dilate on the excellent quality of the goods kept by this well-known firm. His name anrd ieputation are well-known to ...
MILITARY FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
MILITARY FETE President: Cr. J. F. Henderson, J.P. Mayor of Essendon; treasurer: Mr. D. Cam eron; hon. sec.: Alfred J. lay. 657 Mt. Alexander road. oonece Ponds, telephone, Ascot 29,2 To be held in Queen's Park. on Saturday. 2ath ll arch, 1914. Objects: -To raise funds'for the purchase of band instruments. gynmastic apparatus. colors, sports prizes. etc.. and the general encouragement of tile cadets and military forces of Essendol. Mloonee Ponds. rnud Ao cot Vale. A well :attended meeting of tile Esecutive nas held in tile Essendon Council Chasm ber on 5th instant. tile Mayor iit the chair. Amongsl reports to liand it was ieun tioned that a good merry-go-round lhad been arranged for at a cost of £5 for tile day. Boats were also reported as having been satisfactrily arranger. for. Three are to be obtained" front Edwards anrd Co.. oCat builders, on Ilire. andl the firm will die liver to and take the boats from Queen', Park. Mr. A. J. May. thie lion. secretary, re iported that two youn...
TO MAKE FLOWERS LAST. WILL KEEP FRESH FOR WEEKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
TO M.AKE FLOWERS LAST. WILL KEEP FRESH FOR WEEKS. When flowers are scarce, it is im portant that those which we do secure should be mnade to last as long as pos sible. Mlost people will, nowadays, take the trouble to keep the blooms supplied with fresh water, and also cut the stalks afresh every day. Apart from these precautions, there are cer tain plans lwhich may be adopted ill order to lengthen the life of a flower. A few of these will probably be of in terest to readers. Certain simple chemicals dissolved in the water in which the flowers are placed will very much help to maintain the blossom in a good condition. Car bonate of soda is extremely helpful in this respect, and about a teaspoonful should be allowed to each pint of water used. This is a very sesentific treat ment, for the soda has a marked effect on the cells of the stalk, in that the chemical encourages a free absorption of moisture. Camphor and salt have a similar effect, though we must always take care to make the ...
The Fete Stalls. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
The Fete Stalls. The followingl are the coloura of the stalls and 'ti ladies in charge of same, at the Military Fete, to be held in Queen's Park ona Saturday. March 28th:--efreah fment Stall-Mrs. oI. S. Cole, whitea Ice Cream and 'Fruit Salads-rs. Chisholm, pale blue and white; Sweet Stall--Mrs. Shaddock. wattle:; J'utble Stall-Mrs. Wells. red and black; Cake Stall--Mrs. Arthur Holmes, dark blue and white; Flower Stall--Mr. Bond: Produce Stall Mrs. Soeley, green and white; Bachelors' Stall-Palo heliotrope; Spinesters' Stall Mir. J. Woods. green and gold: Post 0111ce tall--1Mrs. Russell: These stalls, with the Palais de Dance and numerous other side shows, should make the Park look verv gay.
Essendon Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
O0-4-4 - Esscndon Hforticultural Society. Tile March monthly meeting and com petitiona of the above will be held at tile Pucklo street ball, Moonaee 'ollds. on Tues day n?nt.- 17th inst.. at 8 p.m., when a lecture ol 'lulipa and Bulbs will be given. Friends of. membera will be cordially wel comed. A picture night will be hold- in the 2foonee Ponds thpeatro on Tlursday next. 19th inst.. whoe special coloured hor ticultural films will be shown. tibckets are tbo'usual price; and may be bad from all members of committee and from the shops in. Pucklo street. The autumn sbow will ebo'held on Tuesday, 21st April.
Essendon District Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
EsBodon District Scottish Society. Tile umonthly social and dance of tihe above society will be held on Thursday, 1ith inst., in thie sMasonic hail. Ascot 'ale. cwhenl tihe following taIlellted arti?it woil entertain tihe lfolka:-Piper. r'. J. G. lilr Iri; daltcer. Mr. T. M. Mackay; solrailno, Ma:damltu Josephinie Mackay; contralto, t lic s .Jessiie Cronlb; teoller, Mr.A. An.drew; bari tone. Mr. N. Iilliard Macdouiigall, and e colneditn. t We a' kenc--Mrr. Arthur Doug clc. Mis, Cltotlltb tlld iMesrs Aldlirelfs ;tlld iacdougt;t hat\e tbeett with is beforel. andL :tlitcay.c satihfied everyolne, alnd Mit I)U;?glts will' ,make hiI first aplpearatnce, HeL'e atltelr hlis lolng atn&lt;| stuecessful toulr ill tile West. Ol of his t ongs--tabout Ttle \\Wac-at-thyc-Wa' will bring backt to lllny Ihome Scots tihe olt kitchen-clocki. Mad ;lilto l;tcickay oisnrt t a lirct appetarance, litt eport soteak well ofd her singing i. uenland, lnd she is sltre to get a wel cotlie ICrIt "Lr. tt Mr....
Burst Water Pipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
Burst Water Pines. A great many water pipes throughout the City of Essondon are bursting, and the Lord alone knows it is not over-pres sure of supply that causes the. pipes to burst. In Puckle street one water pipe ohas burst twice within twelve months. In Essendon a ratepayer is blaming the new stone tractor, and making a claim upon the council. 'The supply pipes for hiouses are tapped into tile top of tho main ill caseas; the pipe rises straight Ulp until it bends to suplply tile house. If it rise to within a foot of the level of the street, it will not stand ally undue seilght, and bursts whlen a steam roller or very llheavy tractor passes over. In al1 lprobability, if householders' service Iilpes were tapped into the side of tie 0ain tlley would bend when anily undue weight passed over. instead of hreaking as inow. when occupyinlg a perpendicular sosi -lo .
Tadgell Bros.' Auction Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
Tl'adell Bros.' Auction Sales. rTo-da. commencing at 3o'clock, 'ladgell Bros. will sell by auction 7 lots of free hold properties iln the estate of the late John McGregor, comprising sub stantial villa, corner Park street anl Mt. Alexander road; block of land ill Park street; brick shop and dwelling, corner Alt. Alexander road and Taylor streot; 3 w.b. villas and one cottage residence, in Taylor street. For pIr ticulars see advt. IMessrs. Tadgell Bros. will sell by public auction Saturday nest. t4ti, comelllerc tug at throe o'clock. five fine buililiug sites, in the Tweedside and Buckley Park estates. 'The sale is by order of tile executors of Elizabeth W. Kennedy, deceased. A 'very reasonable reserve bas been fied, to close accounts. Terms and furtler Information c t-b hbad fron the auotloneer
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES -0-t-0 Mir. and Mrs. Sydney Davies. of "Curio. va." ionurgh treet. Ascot Vale, are leav ing on tile 15th April next. by tile lM.tS. 'rsovao." for a tour to Enlglatud overland from Naples, taking in England, Ireland, Scotland. Wales. Norway and Sweden--in all, a six months holiday. --®-®-O? Slr.. E. 31. Scott, of Collins street, Mel. bourne, late of Sloonee Ponds, left"Mel Ibourne on tile t0th March, by the S.S. "'Mlo lavla." for an osextended tiour of Eglahsnd uld tlie Contolinent. --Q.O.O- An engagelllentll is' announc"t ed be ~weetn Miss Nell Zandter, eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. i. Z. lder. of 'Virgini,"' Albert Pa'rk, and Mr...T. C. Culinnlog, eldest sot of 2lrs. J. -51-0-06 hnenTriut?g, Of \Innect Ponds. --Q-O-Q- Alt letgailgettet is antlloutced le tuweensl Mri. lterert Riclhard Colclough, tlirt son of the lIate n Riclhard Ctol elotugh. of "Carcowrie." Essetdon. intd .liss Daplne 31. Saioll, sec si! daug.hter of 3h. Wi. F. Salmon, -- 0-0-0- of "'tssennat...
TURF [?] MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
By Even Time. . MARCH. 14. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB. 18. SANDOWN PARK RACES. 21. 10MONEE VALLEY RACES. 25. SUNBURY RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. Caulfiteld will be the scene of action on Saturday next. whlere race-goers will be cantrcd for with a first-class programme. 'llh chief event carded is tie St. illda Cai, and as there are thirty-five nomina teo:e for this event. a good field is antici p;itsd. For thle milnor events, owners ihave responded well to thle call for en irit·t by Mr. Moule, and a good afternoon s sport should be witnessed by intending patrons. Cider, by fAyr Laddie-Praleenl who was Jecrmd to Iownit in the Newmarket Handi cap, and who alo filled thile same position to iBrattle in the Futurity Stakes. was sold last week to Mr. Scott. probably with the intention of going to India, where that tatle gentleman disposed of Saxonite and Jacamanr. eas It is now definitely decided to send Bul Inwarrv to England to compete against sonic or the jumpers at home. Bullawarr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
y , EDUOATIONAL. PENLEIGH GIRLS' SCHOOL Formerly A.V. GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL Nos. 8 and 47 CHAUCER ST.. "MOONEE PONDS. Efficient Staff of Trained Teachers.' Large and well-ventilated Schoolrooms. Excellent Kindergarten. Drawing and Painting: Miss TRICKETT. First-class Cer tificate, South Kensington; Prize-taker Na tional Gallery: First-class Certificate, Edu cation Department. Music, Miss Jels, A.L.O.M.. Mr. JAGER. M.BV, RBeistered Secondary Teachers of Music. Si ingng Miss E. IRVINE. Physi cal Culture, Messrs. Bjelke-Petersen Bros. Principals: Miss SPRIGG. First-claas Trained Teacher, Education" Department and Melbourne University MISS LIMEBROCK. M.A. Miss Sprigg at home the last Thursday in each month. irst Term begins Thursday. 5th February. ST. COLUMBA'S COLLEGE ESSENDON. (Day School). CONDUCr'ED BY THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. Pupils prepared for all Univeraity Ex aminations. Full particulars on appllcation to the Superior, Convent. Essendon. Prospectuses may be bad on application to th...
THREE APPLE DISHES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
THILEE APPLE DISilHES Apple Batter Pudding.Good cooking up. ples are required. T'ake about six, and peel and core them, without lli cg: 0no nil up the "caves"' with sugar and cloven. Have ready a good light batter, and, wlle you have placed tie applen n tile batter dish, pour thi over them. One and a hait hours' baking in a modcrate oven is necessary. Apple Ubeeancakee.-After paring, coring, and slicing hall a pound 01 good baking apples. cook them in a clean saucepan wL1t very little water.' 'Iwo ounnces ot line ugar and the same quinnitty of but ter muot be added. Stir until the butter is melted, then pour the mixture out and add one, or two, beaten eggs and the gra ted rind and juice of one lemon aStr all one way until thorouhly mixed. Now pon '"?r?al poon qflO suo! ilums atos anU!l use the mixture as a tilling About 1b minutes' baking in a hot oven will be neoessary. Dehlcious Apple Trife.-P?ulP some apples through a sieve to form a thick layer at the bottom of the dish. Scald t...
MILK PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
MILK PUDDLNGS. The success of all milk pudding= depond: upon a few simple acte which every cook ehould bear in mind, as the omission of any of them frequently regulte in disnastr. . Rico pudding should be thick and creamy, not dry and stodgy, the result of adding too much rice and cooking too quickly. 2. Sago and tapiocan should be creamy, and the grains soft and transparlent. 3. Vermicelli, ground rice. and cotolila are beat when egg0 0 added, and should resemble a well-set custard. 4. Bake all milk puddings very slowly. Long, plow cooking spells succeos. 5. Sweeten and flavour milk pudding with great care. 6. w f the pudding bocomes burnt on to? by accident, remove the bornt skin, ndd a little more milk and a small piece of butter. and replace in thle oven, when an other skin will form and brown. 7. Always allow two ounces of rice, tapil oca. sage, or whatever cereal is used to one pint of milk. 8. Condensed milk (unasweetened) makes exeellent milk puddings. 9. When using skimmed ...
RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
RECIPES -Kedgeree.-Ingredients: 2oz Patna iace, one Findon haddock, one hard boiled egg, loz butter, one tablespoon ful chopped parsley, salt and pepper. fethod: Boil the rice until tender in salted water for 15 minutes. Strain, ahd add the cooked fish, broken into Bakes, and the butter. Make all hlot and dish, garnished with slices of hard boiled egg and chopped parsley. Buttered Eggs.-Ingredients: Two rounds toast, loz butter, two eggs, salt and pepper, two tablespoonfuls milk. Method: Prepare the toast and butter it; keep hot. Heat the milk and but ter in a saucepan, add the eggs and seasoning and stir over the fire, stir ring continually until the eggs set like thick custard. Pile up oil the toast and serve immediately. Dried Haddock and Poached Eggs. Ingredients: One haddock, two fresh eggs. Method: Cook the haddock-by steaming in water for ten minutes. Poach the eggs carefully, and place these on the haddock. Garnish with parsley and serve ak once. Potato Sausages.-lngredients...
CAKES AND BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
CAKES AND IIISCUITS. Goldi Apricot Cake.--Creal a culp of but ter with a cup of bsugar. Add tile well beaten volts of eight eggs tLilhe whites may be used in tile following recipe). Beat thoroughly for some mlinuteo. Lightly add two cups of flour miaed with two tea spoons of bIaking powder. When beatell quite light. add a teaspoonful of boiling water. Bake in two, three, or four sand wich tills. Arrange ill layer. separattedl with wel-drained bottled apricots beaten with sugar and cream. Ice with gold leau (Icing celoured with s;affron), dero rate with 1aIlVe of apricots embedded in tile iciong. Peach Blovsoui Cake.-- ub one cup of butter through one and l-quarter cups of elt-raising bour. Adld 1i cups of eugar Mir with tile whlites of eight eggs beaten to a stiff froth. If tihe eggs. are smnlll. add a quarter of a cup of milk. Silt itl one atn a-quarter cupV more plain flour flavour with vanilla. Pour atll tile mix lure into a well-buttered paper-lined tin Pour a pew dropus o coehi...
Mr. Fred. Adkisson. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
Mr. Fred. Adlusson. Mr. Frrd. Adoisson, Ihbuse painter and decorator, who has been or tile past li or 17 yeara in ]lt. Alexanaer roan, near Mr. Itoert .Ovten; shllop. lnoifites tloat Ie Ias. ret oved to sb Cteele street. .LOil0cc i'niius, trom widcn place 1le wllt conllncat ills louse-painting u?lllcal. uost earns anlld letters wilt receive careful attelntion. Mtr. Aoltson hat Ia great grievanllce abu t itie in tne mt. Aleatuner roast being nmaue intoleraule by reason ot toe clotlts ol uust tit?t ire arlust mliryetllally 11 motion.