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IAN HAMILTON'S TIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
N ILHAMILTON'S TIP. General Ian Hiamilton biots that a mis take is being made in putting asphalt floors in oar drill halls. In Canada. he says, the drill rooms are fitted with suit able wooden floors, and are available as dance halls. This is a shrewd hint; and should not be lost on oar Mlinister for De fence, who, il he is unaware of the ip proaching rounaissance of dancing, cannot claim to be a true man of affairs. The big, boominlg public dance pavilion isl St. lild. in but the herald o a ewnwm. w lall money is to e made out of tile craze. why should not thle Defence Departsment ,prfit by matking its drill halls a solrce of ineome? Naturally the saints will rave. a business tIey took over froe the heathen long ago, but the people are blandly in different to suoch raving, and will over henr it above the appeal of a string band playing a ragtime two-tep.--Atticas il the 'Leader.' -O.O)_®..
Moonee Ponds Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
jiooneu Ponds Thea:tre. adveirtised ant tile nbove popotulsr pic tlre theatre to-night, when the star "Zoe, or n Woiman's Last Card," will le auong thelpictures.shown. .,* . a J. ,' nn., mii '4WedoML Essendon will make their first up pearance on the Hawthorn ground on Saturday. The ground adjoins the Glenferrie station. Essendon's team will be strengthened by the inchision of Graham Diggle; but Bert Atkins will probably strip. -A donation of 10s Gd has been received from Mr: R. I. Price. 6*0l
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
NOTES BY THE WAY By .'Ohsrver.e "IHarry Lauder, like many great nmeA, such as Napoleon, Tommy Burns, 'Nero, and Beethoven, is of short stat ure"-thus the "Argus," relative to the arrival in Melbourne of the above we ll-known, Scotch comedian; but un less the above string of names were written in a sort of semi-humorous, semi-cynical spirit, it is surely an odd mixture. -The most ardent admirers of Mr. Lauder, and the most patriotic son of the Land o' Cakes, who glories in the fact that she has given the world -such a "chiel" among comic singers, will hardly claim for him that ho is a "great" mar Napoleon, in dal glory"-seeing that his life is in separably bound up with the history of Europe; but we plunge again into undoubted mediocrity when the name of Tommy Burns appears, for there is nothing "great" about prize-fighting •oid prizo-fighters. Nero, somewhat like Napoleon, save that he was cruel where the Emperor was mostly callous, has an evil pro-eminence; but he, too, is a figure...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
J. :SUTTON CASH BUTCHER 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS BEST QUALITY OF 0OD9i 'PRIOES GUARANTEED Id PER LB. BELOW ANY OTHER BUTCHEB. S READ DELIVERED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ALL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERATION BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, &C. 6 NAPIER STREET, ESSENDON WHEATEN MEAL BREAD A SPECIALLTY. PICNICS. SOCIALS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. n E. SCHAFER MANUFACTURING JEWELLER 126 PUCKLE STREET MOONEE PONDS : Watch and Clock Repairs Guaranteed for 12 Months. Jewellery e-made into Any Design. All kinds of Repairs Neatly Executed. LICENSED GOLD BUYER . Gilding. Silvering and Plating Done. FHOLMES ROAD MOONEE PONDS AT RAILWAY STATION QUEEN'S LIBRARY NEW BOOKS BY EVERY MAIL. All linds of Stationerl, Post Cards, iFancy Goods and Needlework. Agent for MISS LUPLAUS NEEDLEWORK DESIGNS. Public 'Phone. MRS. THOMSON XoXoXXXXoxoxo oxoxo oxo xxXxoXXoooXoooo o xxoXXX o 0 o MATTHEWS FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL r X LATEST SHEET IUSIC AND SONUS. GRAMOPHONS. ZONOPIIONES X S...
THE RETORT COURTEOUS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
TIE IETORIT COURTEOUS.` tier CGdmore. a young umatelur li' had stated before a Federal Conmisasioin that a lady scrutineer was exceeding her dutied in a polling-booth, and he asked the presiding offlicer to emove her. Dr. Maloney proeeed oitr?tcs for the nlamoe. which proved to bie Misa Decy. W. J. D)elny (.It.A. and ox-Attorney General), in open letter to Cudmore: "Sir. you are a contemptible cad alld a liar to refer to my sister as you did. I invite you (and if you had the spirit of a louse. wshich you have rot, you would accept) to snake the same ottatement in public, so that the law courts cant be invoked." Cudmore, to the Adelaide dailies: "Mr. Denny Ihas done well in writinlg from a dis. tance, itt lieu of accepting the conseo quences of usitg uCrch expressions to my lace. I would not willingly descend to .Mr. Denny's level, anld. tlerefo't. do not propose to reply to fim." Detnny to thto name: "ie made a huge mistake if he thinks 1 am not preparedl to take the physical as wel...
OUR FREE SELECTION ENGLISH THAT SHAKESPEARE SPOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
OUR FREE: SELECTIONI ENGLISH THAT SHAKESPEARE SPOKe. My own notion Is that it would be pretty rotten if the purity of the bally language were-wllhat 1 mean is, if the bally language -what? On the reece canes Saturday I heard all sawts of pcculyalh dialects. Wiihat I mean is. fellows called out, "'Ome ail dried" when their bally hawse looked',t have half a chanlce. Ell! The bally rece canus not half bad, you know. and when I said to one Johnny, hle said. "That's roight." Wheln I said the hawses were pretty decent, too, lieU said, "That's roight." So bally silly to keep nit cliiping in with the same wordc what I mean is it's ldel'ld silly. Elh! Met teome girls aftcer. sld Ihad a frifulle geo time; ?what I mran is. they were awlally jolly. Tea after., and all that sawl of thing. 'Went to the tango sauppah. Nothing wrong. \What I nmean is, every thing sic' s all right. Some feillhio a hit Ircel. iut we ree sayillcO isaut t. ude thatpile tar wlanL Iiew wrds, and hll that sorL of bally th...
THE WINDSOR THE HOME OF THE KING'S CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
THE WINDSOR THE HOME OF THE KING'S CHAMPION. Prominent aniong the articles of hlie' April "Winidsor Magazine" is one which traces the unique history of tihe King's chamlupions, showing records of ancient family of Dymoke and the his-' toric office which, they and, their an cestors have ehld continuously"fi-om the Norman Conquest. This pictur esque relic of feudalism has survived as an official dignity into our own times as an appanage of the Scrivelsby estates, although the actual ceremony has not been performied since the Cor onation of George IV., and. what is still more remarkable, it has been handeul'on in direct continuity in the same family . without intermission throughouto some eight centuries. Many interesting facts incidental to this unique record are set forth in this article, and the illustrations accom-, paroing .it range from the oldest mtonuments of the family in Scrivels by Church to pictures of incidents at various coronations. from that of Henry V. to that of Georg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
" N OTICE. x E ,.We beg to Iuilounlce to tl i esidlentS of Ioonlee. Picls x that we have purcthased the weli-ldnown anud old-established SChemnist's Business at 39 Swaston Street, Melbourne, Sknown as the "Cathedral PIharmnacy." * We take this oppolrtunity f thlaking our a:ty c?Isto?es for their genetots Spltrlt d(lritg; the past x S llthree yelrs, adtl trust for a cotlinallll e of s:lle. Our M Iwo plharmcies ;t Mloonee Ponds, whiich will still Ihe carried on by us, will reap the beneit of. our increased x SIbuying facilities. altl thus we will be enabled to give x c even better values than hitherto. x x K x x MURTON & BATTARBEE x x x rx Chemists and Druggists x x K x 107 Puckle St., Moonee Ponds x K Opp. Station, Moonee Ponrds x 39 .Swanaston St., Melbourne x . x ~OIK~I~00 ~ ~ KKKKKKKKKKKKKK~~.~MW SPECIAL NOTICE! EXT ] Shout the l Ne ws! NOW IS THE TIME for every Economising House keeper to buy her Household Ironmongery at prices that must appeal to the thrifty. New stocks,...
ASCOT VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
:ASCOT V ALE CLUB. eopresentatices from the Won thpggi ,bowling club visited Ascot Vale on Saturday last, and played a friend ly game with the local playtrs with the following. result: ASCOT VALE, 90. E. Wilson, Ward, Buckland, Pratt 22 Edgerton, Trennery, McClelland, Anderson ...... ... ... ... ..... 20 Bone, Swain, Bunn, Coster ...... 25 Orr, Dutton, S. Thompson, Fulton 23 WONTHAGGI, 52. Trevean,: Ash, Hiemberg, Matthews 14 Boirack,. Phillips, Tnhey, Brown 12 Allen, Fulcher, Hasson, Jones ... 7 Glenester, McArthur, Mopnsey, Bushby .......... .r .. ........ 19 Now that the club'ssLengagements are about finished, members will he kept busy playing for the various tro phies open .for competition. The pairs' trophy has been won by Messrs. Coster and Trennery, who d?e feated Messrs. Buckland ad Ulmer it the final game. ,.On Wednesday evening last, a num ler 'of the members of the Ascot Vale I.owling club met at the pavilion to stishl Mr. Syd. Davies bon voyage on the eve of his departur...
The Essendon Gazette Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, 16th APRIL, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
Fl fenidn |a»dut .Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY. 1th lAPRIL, 1914. Although the Government of this State is sometimes blamed for requir ing those in its service to retire from tho. positions occupied by them.nwhen theoy hiveoaittiaied a,"cortinBog,; wit is not very easy to see how it can quite' help itself in this matter. No doubt. soino of the men who are informed from time to time that their period of work-at any rate in the capacity of a iCeel, t "ti'-i'6rs o"a lihruse that often "ills from their lips under tile circumstances, "as well as ever they were," but it is apparent at a glince that if the occupants of offices of profit under the Crown were allowed to light the mental and physical weakness of advancing years to a finish, promotion in the-case of those junior to them would be slow to a disheartening i.cd wearisomo extent. Indeed, in regard to persons privately employed, or in business on their own account, who have passed into "the sere and yellow leaf," and w...
ATHLETICS ESSENDON HARRIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
ATHLETIGS E:SSENDON HARRILIERS The Essoudon harriers will open. their cross-country season next Satur :1 y with a pack run from DIean's Ha tel, corner P1ckle-street iand Mt Al? oxander road, at 3.15 p.m. All oiim bers and intending mmreshor, arre rned to attend. Esseldoii harriers" perforied' credit ,,alily it t?he recent V:ictorian track chaispionsllips, They tied for fifth place with Carlton and COalfield T".'- Ho, thoe points heiigg obhtaised by L. Williamson, F. IT. Wickham ,and S..E. Nicholls, They gained two firsts and Oine third: ih openi clhampionships.
ST. THOMAS HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
ST.:TH)OMAS HARRIERS. IBy. "Whistle." SA niew departure is being made by t: Tihomas lihariers by paying a" visit to the Christ Church liarrieis in Geo long, who axre: holding. their opening run_ of the season on the 25thl inst. Lt is: many years since. a iietropolitari club. Jias: pid: a visit to thle sehsid?rs. All members who wishlto-:mako the trip aro requested to give their nimicr. to the seereitady by, the 18th. the i.t. oat. Meimlmi alae notified that the usuali run will be' held- from, the club -rbooni on Satiurday. i
FOOTBALL OPENING THE SEASON. ESSENDON AT THE SEASIDE. WILLIAMSTOWN V. ESSENDON. A STIRRING CONTEST WON BY WILLIAMSTOWN, WHO LED RIGHT THROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
FOOTBALL -4---- OPENING THE SEASON. ESSENDON AT THE SEASIDE. WILLIAMSTOWN V. ESSENDON. A STIRRING CONTEST WON BY WILLIAMISTOWN, WHO LED RIGHT THIROUGH. By "Right Wing." The football Ceasoin 1914 was uhered in hi the Victorian Football Associa tion on Monday, when the rendl of maLtches which were scheduled to he played on Eight lHours' Day were d, cided. Despite the holiday atitre tions, a splendid nmustcr of Estiin donians followed their team to the seaside, and as is invariahly the ca:se when Williamstown and Essendon meet, a stirring contest resulted, dur ing which fairly good football was shown by both teams. who, consider ing the early start were in good fet tie. Williamstown led off with the breeze, and quickly got to work. The teams wero composed as fol dersoni, Cockram, Walker, Pain, Tur ner, Huntington, Coffey, Ehbott. Clarke. Kemp, Sevior, Erickison, Hoare. WILLI.\.IMSTOWN. (;ibbs, Any, Grant, O'lllloran. Cameron, Anderson, McDonald, Iloey, llushridge, "Wallace, Harrison, M...
RHUBARB CREAM CUSTARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
IlIUBARI B CREAM CUSTARD. Wash and cut into dice a small bun dle of rhubarb, preferably the forced variety because of its delicate rose-pink hue, in which case it must not be pared. Place in a stewipan, with scarce ly any water, to simmer until soft. 'he fruit will probably require a good deal of sugar, and when considered suf ficiently sweet a squeeze of lemon juice should be added to impart a pleasant sharpness: As soon as it is quite ten der press it through a sieve, keeping back all strings-or hard bits of fibre, and stir into,.the pulp just enough creamn to.dilute it to the consistency of-.". gooseberry-fool, If cream is thought too .extravagant, milk which has beon previously boiled with a spoonful or two of cornflour (accordingl to quantity), to thicken it may be em ployed instead, and should the colour of the custard be too pale, a few drops of cochineal will promptly remedy niat ters. Serve in glass cups with a tiny lmound of "sea-foam," i.e., white of egg whisked to a stif...
ESSENDON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
,E&S1=L394ON PROGRESS"' The s:usal onthly meeting was hold in I; soidon public hall on Monday, ithl inst., the president, Mr. H. G. .McCutcheon, in the chair. Thirty members were present. Correspond encce from Military Fete, Mooneo Ponds Association, Mr. Fenton, M.II.IH., was read and received. Mili tary Fete asked for donations in cash or kind. Moonee Ponds Association re deputation to management of North [Melb. Electric Tramway Coy., re penny sections, and would be pleased to meet our delegates at power house; Mr. Fenton, M.H.R., in reply to communication from this association ie inotor clearance of letter pillars in Essendon district, stating that Mr. Wynne, P.M.G., had informed him that this would take effect from 1st July next. Moonece Ponds Associatiodi re beau tification-of Mt. Alezander road;, 8 delegaites appointed to confer 'with our delegates on a date to be fixed aftol Easter. Ro deputation to Tramway Co., Mr. Yott reported that Mr. Murdoch stated that penny sect...