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HOW TO BOIL PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
H1OW TO BOIL PUDDINGS., Before beginning to make a pudding, a large saucepan, three-parts full ot water, should be put on the stove to boil, so that there may be no loss of time in starting the cooking when the pudding is mined and ready for the pot. The pudding basin or mould must be well rubbed with butter or clarified fat; or, if a cloth only is to be used, it must be dipped into boiling water, squeezed out, spread in a basin, and well dredged with flour. This requires to be quickly done to form a thin coat ing of paste round the pudding, which will exclude the water; the mixture is then poured in, and 'if batter tied rather closely, but if of bread or bread like substance, more room should be allowed for the pudding to swell. ''The basin or mould must be full to the brim and pressed well against the sides. If there be not enough of the inistulre to fill the basin, a sufficient number of pieces of stale bread should be packed in. These, of course, will be removed before serving. ...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS PUDDING MAKING. HOW TO AVOID FAILURES. HINTS WORTH KNOWING. TWO GOOD RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS PUDDING MAKING. HOW TO AVOID FAILURES. HINTS WORTH KNOWING. TWO GOOD RECIPES. So many epicures complain that there are puddings "and" puddings. Even if these experts may be hard to please, they know what they are talking about when they say that the average pudding made by tlhe ordinary cook is very often wanting both in mixing, fla vouring and baking. Any cook things shie can make a pud ding. But I fear that many of the dishes she turns out are unpleasing failures. So many things about hot puddings are easily forgotten. Somte cooks even fail to remember the fat thlit all ingredients. must be fresh and good, and that such things as musty suet, rancid butter, doubtful eggs, and stale fruit should always be avoided. Another fault commonly met with is to ovoer-sweeten puddings. This is spe eialh" noticeable in the case of milk puddings and the fruit in tarts. It is far better to use too little than too much sugar, for more can easily be added to suit individual taste. W...
ESSENDON V. ST. KILDA SECOND ELEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
ESSESDON V. ST. KILDA oEC'UOSU ELEVENS. 1 Il0 Intc?l1 WaIs 0W1lllCOe Oil th0 bt. g,03i1a.und onl 1ttur10a Ls, 'filt 0 ?1 ?wl uli ll lllsl"' 11 1 l1c 1 t.1l- uu.t0 3 ullltse 1j 11,b.0 1%,1110 1 11 Dealt 113131. ..010u1t0, 0• 1. lio?l 1.U 1. t tler r l Y `_o j ij - 01I'll LOO 0I 1331 L.,u.- Ce,? ...... Weilll "I- -"eOl. 0. . zslclldtm se. 0 10 IV -Wro 31300. Lbaltel' p"lac, lilt vlgoroutly l 1 ... o1 .. l, eCtl 3itL " tll rew 1 llV l wulls- 13'0, ileing- wb led oy slow L iULL Itsser troutn ilitrlts. Wil1 ll 1itue rligllt oi tl toi ot 01 ills wicket. L, wileo t10i oil o U?ll ll.C. Ilay.?i ile cricket ior hls lo runl. Out lell t IlIUI ict10 Olm 01 t Aoiot 1 A Mtois . .MeUOolt aid, wll) Hlt 1 Keplt III lls Wicket Ulltl 11lll8 01t3e0. "ad oLVeU OUt llow%. to. Altilb. lit i)0:uc over an Ilour ior 27 ru0s. Wo111l .lM; 10000111031131100 1 11 lls 111111". bli00011. a younllg 1player l0roluot1 1 iroln tile c1t, v1velu., gave ;t gooll c1uy131i. eonsierling it Wits 11 llsrSt start ll s11ier rt1t...
CRICKET ST. KILDA V. ESSENDON ESSENDON. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
CRICKET ST..KILDA V. ESSENDON . EENDON. First Innings. T. Mlacartney, b Soutar ........ ... 19 F. Ilanna. b Mottle ..... . 4... E. 1Kennedy, b Iloule .. ......6. , W. Gritliths. c Soutar b 1oulo ... .. I. P'roud, c Upward b Soutar.... 6 V. Coulter c and b M3oule ...... ... C. Ba n, b Uoutle ... ... ............ 16 J. husBell. not out... .. ... ...... 5 W. Liston. Ibw b Ellis ... .. ... ... L. tabon, run out ... ......... ... 0 J. Blnneyo . b Ellis ... ...... . . 6 " Sundries . .... .......... T otal ... ... ... . .... . . . ... 117 Bowling.--ioule 5 for 44, Soutar 2 for 22. Ellis 2 lor 18. . KIDA. First Innings N1. liotchiin. b Proud ..... . 62 r. .w5r, bst yun MacartneY ... j, auil-ir, b . Lc .t.lleY ... ...... ... A. Loll. not out . ..... . ...2. "' y undris . .... Three wicketa for .... bo iln.- yacartnle 2 oio 1o Ilinney for id, 'roud 1 for 4d. Lijton-d lor 11. ,u. cli ;i or 2.
FOOTBALL FOOTBALL TIT BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
FOOTBALL FOOTIALL TIT BrlTS. With thel approach of Autumn, tile thoughts Of the sports are turnedl to foot ball. Tile meetings of tile various clubs have been held, and arrangements for tile coming season are ill full awig. The popularity of the King of winter 'pastimes still holds good. and the cotu mcnea ntet of play is Itnxiqusly awaited. Thie local committee are settling down to hard work, with the object of putting a team into the field that sill worthily nul boltu -Essendona prestige." It- is expected that the most, if not all, of last year's players will .be seen il the colours, aud eoveral top notch football artists are an11ios to throw in their lot witll the red-and-blacks.,.so supporters may rest assured that Easendon will maillntain its high position. Trainillog operations comot enced on Tues day at thie Essendon ground and a fair numltel alttendedl thLe initial lpractico. 3emlzers' tickhet arc lowe oat of tile Iprntr' iriaads, and intending members should ltrehasao early...
Sydney Arnold and Co's Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
Sydney Arnold and Cos Auction Sale. fSydney C. Arntold and Co.. will sell by atOliion un Iucsdaynext. 24th inst.. at. eau liii.. at their rooms, to Queen street. OIeIl1uUIIILe, aI elegant biioU villa. situate at 4J 5 ellington otreet,* Fiemington, Dy or uer 01 irs. 2tarhillie. the blouse coil- - Lills eight rooms, bow wilidows., tile ove 000000, urion scouling, etc. m'uere 1i aloo scisioca of laud to he sold at the side of the villa. The property is wcltin a otonen olron oi tile electric tram and ten mlbiu leo' walk [room N.'ewniorxet railway sta tion.
Tadgell Bros.' Auctions [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
''ndgoll Bros.' Atetions On Saturday. March 28th. at 3 o'clock, at "hyi,'" Edward otrrtt. betweeoll thorn and 'tllwtle streets, EsCenuon, 3tesorc. 'tadgell trotllero will otter by public auctionl the exceltlonally wel-?ituatrl vlla~t residence, contillg a rooms, bathllroom, scullery, wasllOlne, pantllry etc.; verttatllh front, elue and rear, cowered. Land fI ft by l11.. Tile position is elevated tand healtly, and atoe to electric trnm.
C.E.M.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
C'.E.M.iS. A corsleolonielt wriks :--it its work Slunoollg llOe, tile C'hurchl of Egiglatld 3tet't bo¢ety. nnots tt absolutely necesstry to ,-,live ';eallers--retl traoinet to legil tile 00011?. W . '3'berw e st, I*II-r?--? W`-IgwJOII the0 tesrro to· se ir vo lias |i r·r~uu-.?#l" /a; ae-f 01 tkilo ocltty.'but a spectal need exists Ior tratInerl 1in0h. to tilats riley mtay maoKe ktue L ost ok kOnLgr I aOwers sltd usO their tle Illore efLmotually bor tkle good of kilo eslltrell a1l11 kilo welfare 01 |llumllity. hoe 1l110 pIuriose a .cORlOulouuoas bUllilllg is iast akelbourrlo h11a0 ileel Ilurcllnloi lot kile SUIII 51 lilueteokRe iluludred pol0lar, tile 1ali0 being dl'uncefl by ellkllubasll.e ellureh blgpi. It will l e kllownk 1011 bilbo C.r.t.s. htostel, a;d tile 1ev.A.A. i.'rre-s wi11 be tiloe 'Larle. It, slOt1t 1 or te clergy, but tor tile ordittary buslness 10,lal, WHIO wIll ;lttleul to Ills OWll 0 UOsllles dttur Illg tile 111y. 11Ut tile eieullllgs wil t e Il - 0Oe10 1o 11clal ktu...
A. E. Young's Auction Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
A. E. Young's Auction Sales. A. E. Younlg advertises a sale of two'ai?-y lotmetts of lanud in tratsliaw and Ogilvie. ostrets, Biuckley Park. to close accosntts. 'Iho sale wvill be hleld at tile otice of tbo? auctioneer at 3 o'clock. next T'hurday.'! 2tlh March. A. k. oulng, local auctioneer, aitlloueces ; a sale of an ideal famuly brick villa:, sittu-'.:: tett at No. 13 atttell street. Moonee ronds. Tile Ilouse. is a colutodious onoe,. containinog 8 rooms, witi good trootagc: andl depth. The property is close to the: stution. witl good surrouttdings, atd is for': absolute sate, oil Saturday. 3tarcth :8th, at 3 o'clock. on the premlsce s.r
A. E. Lillie's Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
A. E. Ljllje's Auction Sale. A. E. Lillo will sell by alction o Tue t ciay, 4ts inust.. at 11 am., on the pm " trlllya," 41 HOxbu'ght street, Ascot .VaI: i tilt muodern liouscsold lurltture of= *te? oyunley nsties wllo is leaving the 8tate sune ultllture ilnc a¢ca walllnut gran4-ld.?.?' lgllt lpiano by Sceiweclten. walnut t?uJtl ' nuall occasional suite, walllut overmanjlul c,; It;alian walnut 'llinu calbint, waILui iw: suite io saudlebag., diuihl taule, watlnull? beurool suita. e la ilnd gelt's safety b "-: cycles, ?Usual lousethold requisites, oeC;-s.
Sale of Villa. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
Y V Salo of villu. On Saturday, 2fyt larch. at 4 o'clock, nn auoton antel- ot the 4?.t ln m cucnun e Uee Aline W.O. villa, at tie corner or. i o s ýot, smnuon, i n hathty pnhtttonion an 'Y ther paruculars inay ho Lad tro ? attttrasta ati Co., estate agents, M a'onds; J. W. A. Austin, estate aget:l . nete 'ollds; antd noerte, Stanley and?, auctioneer. lorelanl. . Alno sauouiting tlhe above, an ; q utent Stit hy fa ft. partly toticet, Will; otfered.