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THE HOME EGGS FOR BREAKFAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
THE HOME EGGS FOR BREAKFAST. Eggs are certainly convenient things to have around when you get up late and hungry members of the family are asking plaintively "what is there for breakfast?" How many ways do you know of serving eggs? Plain boiled, scrambled, fried, and poached? Every- one knows the four primary methods, but it sometimes happens that the family craves something new and strange in cookery methods, and un- grateful members have even been known to exclaim, "What! Eggs &nbsp; again! I'm tired of eggs!" Next time you read signs of this occurring, try one or other of the following recipes. Your family won't grow tired of eggs then. Steamed Eggs.-Spread the inside of small cups thickly with butter. Then press against the sides a mixture of delicate cooked minced ham, bacon, or veal, and a little chopped parsley. Break one egg into the middle of each cup. Cover with greased paper, and steam until the eggs are firm. Turn out on to rounds of buttered toast. &nbsp...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS A DURABLE FURNITURE P'OL- ISH.--Put a quarter of a pint of tur- pentine, a quarter of a pint of spirits of wine, and a quarter of a pint of vinegar into a bottle, with one-third of a pint of linseed oil. Cork tightly, and shake the bottle briskly in order to mix the various ingredients before us- ing. Dust the furniture carefully, and remove any grease spots with a flannel dipped in warm, soapy water. When the furniture is dry, polish it in the usual way, using a very small quan- tity of this polish if a good bright sur- face is desired. ZINC is easily cleaned with whiting and water mixed to the consistency of thick cream. FOR PAINT SPOTS ON GLASS, try rubbing them with a penny that has ?? dipped in turpentine. TO CLEAN COAT COLLARS.- The collars of dark cloth coats, which often show white inside after a little wear, may be cleaned with a spoonful of am- monia, into which enough salt has been put to make a soft mixture. This is really an excellent cleanser. WIIEN HAN...
TRIALS OF A POLITICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
TRIALS OF A POLITICIAN. Mr. Lloyd George presided on boxing night at a social gathering at Criccieth to raise funds towards establishing a Liberal Club. He said that a short holiday like that was the only shelter the poor politician ever enjoyed in the course of his stormy life, and he ought to make the most of if. He assured them that there was not much basking in the sunshine, but many burdens for a Minister. There was no politician worth his salt who would not make a better living at suitable trade or pro fession than he was likely to make in politics. He knew many high-minded men who shrank from polities, but &nbsp; somebody must face it: nay more, if it was thle obvious path of duty for any man it has not right to shirk it. There was the comfort in this, that if they did their duty the public understood and paid little heed to this systematic railing. The politician's task in the imnmediate fiuture was beset with greater difliculties than any which had menaced the well-...
IN A WORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 16 April 1914
IN A WORD. The ant may be an exemplar of in dustry and frugality, but the ant hasn't to pay rent and taxes, or buy hats for seven daughters. Many a boy leaves the selection be cause he dislikes to milk the cows or feed the sows or attend to the codlin moth bandages. But the city has some jobs quite as distasteful. 0—&lt;&gt;—0 The average boy or girl of twenty has arrived easily at knowledge that older persons acquire only after long experi ments. 0—&lt;&gt;—0 "I wonder," said the xxx not to shrink and patronise the laundry that guarantees not to shrink, the unshrinkable, and then finds that the unshrinkable laundry shrinks the un shrinkable garments!" &nbsp; 0—&lt;&gt;—0 The Kaiser has forbidden the officers of his army to take the arm of their wives or other ladies with whom they may be walking in the public streets. It is not reported that the army is up in arms at being thus disarmed. 0—&lt;&gt;—0 Talk may b...
"FULL UP ON TOP." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
"FULL UP ON TOP." For some time the Sheffield tramway authorities have been experimenting with a device, the invention of a locil man, for indicating the number of pas sengers on the upper dock of the cars, and thus showing conductors and in tonding passengers whether there is any room ?ithout giving the trouble of climbing the stairs. The invention is in the frm of a meter, and it can be placed in any convenient part of the car. On its dial is automatically regis tered the fact of a passenger ascending or descending the stairs. The only doubt seems to Ib whether the devioce will be able to stand the rough usage it will inevitably suffer, the meter be ing worked by an attachment on the steps of the stair.
M.P.'S TO BE CINEMATOGRAPHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
31.P.'S TO BE CINEMATOGRAPHED. A Paris cinematograph firm has just signed a contract with the French Gov ernment under which it has obtained the sole right to takeo ,cinematograph pictures at the Clamber of Deputies. The company proposes to make a fea ture of films showing the Chamber actu ally at work; but it is precluded un der the contract from recording any in cidents in the nature of "scenes in-the House." Among the members the in novation is regarded as likely to be of great value as a means of giving their constituents visible proof of their de votion to their Parliamentary duties. The sum to be paid by the company to the State for this novel privilege is £480 per annum.
MUNICIPAL BRUNSWICK FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
IV NIUlPAJICEa -, BIIRUSWICK FINANCES. At a meeting of the Brunswick Council, held on 15th inst., Cr. J. W. .F'lemiug put a most extraordinary andl ugly question to Cr. Hickford, chairman of finance. Cr. Fleming men tiouned that ai conference had been held between Brunswick and Melbourne City Councils, whereat Cr. Cabena wanted to know from Brunswick's fin ance committee what had blecome of £13,000 of the municipal fund, which was missing? No answer had been vouchsafed to the question, and Cr. Fleming asked, at Council meeting, what was the answer. Cr. Hickford, chairman of financeo, asked if the ques tion were in order. The Mayor (Cr: tillard) ruled the question out of or dcr, as it was not on the notice paper. This extraordinary ruling and -extra ordinary statement were allowed to go to the press without a word of answer or comment. Surely to goodness some councillor could have got up and ex plained that there was no money really lmissing, but that the £13,000 was susceputible of ...
ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY --- 4- On T'l'hrsday, 16th April, in the M'iasonic all, Ascot Vale, the month ly social of the above society was held, 'ltd it would Im hard to bring another 11 conceit to memory to equal this one :fT?rvariety, quality and the 'entlhusi an. it evoked. .There was piping and nei~nig, sreet 'souinds from voice and tl instriment,' a- comediotta embracing lbI tihe.humorous iind the patlhetic,-soigs o :the heather,. and humorous' items fronm a comedian who couldn't smile. Ii but m:ido everyone else do so. 11 I Proceedings started when Piper Hiarris played a lively :march on the national instruinept, then Mliss Rita Laslett, who made a first appearance here, danced the Iliglland- Fling oeatly and correctly. This , young ti lady's other item was an Irish jig, ,olnd tihe way she footed it to the music if. violin and piano brought a well-' t C'night spoke for elnd e;'~e: IMiss Minnie Patoni-"oor Minnie" 'made another successful appearance Ii in "0, for the B...
Increased Fines for Trespassing Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
Increased Fiies for Trespassing Cattle. : At the Essendon Court on Monday, Mr. Read Murphy" P.M., after con -sulting his colleagues, announced that in future,' the lines for cows found wandering in the street, etc., would bo increased to 7s lid for. the first of fence; and for horses, 10s, with costs, on eachea nd. This: will be for thu firsat offence, unless there b-some miti gating circumstances, or unless tho case be particularly outrageous.