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COLOUR-PHOTOGRAPHY METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
COLOUR-PHOTOGRAPHY METHOD. s A New York inventor han discovered a 0 method of making coloured photographic C reproductions, in which the blue colours- st tion in a blue-print is utilised as one of t the primary colours. A negative of a coloured object is made on an ordinary os orthochromatic photographic plate, using ol a yellow-coloured scereen, in order to ob- at tain the best colour values. From such a ri negative, an ordinary blue-print is made, as which blue-print will, of course, show up tl the different shade values in their proper a1 proportions. This blue-print is then Cl coloured wholly orin part, by applying red nI !'enMslasnd. surantia, or a mixture of the of ?twoto modify'the hlue tot'form any'of theel ' spectrum colours, the blue colouration 0 showing through the applied washes with 1' more or less intensity depending upon the extent of the coating wash. Should it ibe desired to make all or any material por tion of the print either red or yellow, or any colour, in whic...
ACCIDENT MOONEE PONDS RESIDENT KILLED BY MOTOR CAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
ACCIDENT SmOONE FPONDSSII 2 KILLED BY MOTOR CAR. A motor accident, which speedily had a fatal termination, occurred near the intersection of Punt and Tourak roads, South Yarra, at about 6.30 p.m. on Wednesday:of last week. A tram car was travelling cast, when a passenger, Conrad Conzelman about 40 years of age, got off the right hand side of the dummy as the car pulled up. As he did so a motor car canme along, travelling in the same direction as the tram. The driver states that lie sounded the horn and shouted, but Conzelnan was tossed into the air and fell to the ground with great force. IHe was picked up unconscious and re moved in a St. John ambulance to Al fred Hospital. There he was found by Dr. R. Clark to have sustained a fracture of the base of the skull and a broken thigh. He succumbed to his iniuries shortly after 10 p.m. Mr. Conzelman, who was a married man, lived at Buckley street, Moonee Ponds. The driver of the car, Mr. F. Wigley, of 18 Hawksburn road, Hawks burn, stat...
BOWLING THE McCRACKEN TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
BOWLING TrE McCRACKEN TROPHY. Ascot Vale v. Flemington, at 3Ioo nee Ponds. Scores: ASCOT VALE, 97. Peppard, Thompson, Pratt, Frank mi .............. ... ...... 19 Bunn, Bone, Shields, obertson .:. 30 Godso, Begg Paull, Hutchinson ... 24 Fulton Buckland, 74cLolland, A. Thackwray .................... 24 FLEMINGTON, 95. Dewar, Swindells, Gladwin, Cross 21 Watson, Humphreys, Osborne, 1Pridham ........... ... .. ... .22 Lewson, Molloy, Park, Jordan ... 25 Beamish, lRogers, Angus, 'Grig 27 Aborfeldie v. Essendon. This match was played at Fleming ton on Saturday last, and reflects great credit on the merits of the Ab erfeldie team, the only team in the competition capable of downing the Eseondon: club .for. this ,partiql`r. tro in fine style 'and their president (~r. Mountain) and members of this pro mising club should be proud of its vic tory over the Essendonians. The result was' as follows: ABRIIFELI)IE, 94. Smith, Mills, Cliff, Newbold ...... 33 Fraser, Watts, Braithwaite, Grieve 17 F....
MOONEE PONDS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
M31ONEE PONDS TOURNAMENT. The final events in connection with the successful Pairs and Rinks Tourna mont of this club were played on Sat urday last; with tile following re sults: PAIRS. Final Game. Vagg and Clark (Middle Park). 13, heat Stanhope and Butler (S.M.C.C.), 12, and won. RINKS. Final Game. Nicholas, McRorie, Mendoza and Clendinnen (Armadale), 19, beat But ler, Clark, Stanhope, and Vagg (Mlid die Park), 9, and won.
ATHLETICS ESSENDON HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
:ATHLETICS -4-t-- ESSENDON HARIRIERS. By "Pace." The Essendon -harriers, opened their cross-country season last Saturday with a run froln Dean's Hotel, Moonee Ponds. The distance covered was about five. miles. E..A. Butler acted as pace and Gee. Chambers as &lt;whip. There was rather a sumill muster pre sent, hbut those who turned out tho roughly enjoyed the run. The new embers showed good promise, and should in time, develop their talent. A half-mile scratch' run in was held -for those who felt inclined, and was won by S. E. Nicholls, with G. G. Chambers and E. A. Buitler second and third respectively. Next Saturday the run will be held from the Lincolnshire Arms Hotel, North Essendon, at 3.15.
ST. THOMAS HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
ST. THOMAS HARRIERS. By "Whistle." With a muster of twenty, St. Thomas harriers held a pack run from their rooms last Saturday. The hounds, crossing Moonee Ponds creek, made towards Coburg, then to Pascoe Vale road and home, the ground cov-. ered being about four miles. On cross ing the creek, one of the hounds was waylaid and had to undergo a change before continuing. E. Cowers acted( as pace, while Fred Glanfield (the ret oran), making his first appearance for two years, had charge of tho Wiistle. Duriug the afternoon four members competed at the Druids' Gala Sports with fair success. Don Rider, after at good race, ran second in the two miles, besides securing fastest time. H. Fynmore secured third place in the half-mile. Members who are making thb trip to Geelong on Saturday are requestcd to catch the Essendon football excur s.ion train (carriages reserved) from Spencer street, which leaves at 12.4.5 p.m. A pack run will be held from the rooms for meinbers not able to mako the tr...
THE ART OF COFFEE MAKING [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
THE ART OF.COPFEE MAIINO Remember that if you want to make good coffee, the pot must be thoroughly heated, and the water freshly boiled and really boiling. Water that has been boiled before won't. do. One healed tablespoonful of coffee is required to each barely-full half-pint cup of water. . Scald ,the pot. and put in the coffee. four on the freshly-boiling water., and stir once. Cover the pot. and let the beverage stand for five minutes. Then stir again, and let'the grounds settle for about a:n t-blslutime be ?tanding 'on the bob or "in a -an of boiling water. Then: strain off the coffee carefully through :a very noe gauze coffee-strailer. and keep hot. 'To ,serve the coffee, pour it into small coffee cups, adding to it first of all just one or two drops of vanilla. A small basin of :whipped cream is served with it. Buy coffee in the berry, ready roasted, but 'just heat the berries through in the oven before grinding them.
FIFTEEN-MINUTE PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
FIFTEEN-MINUTE PUDDING. Take the weight of 2 eggs in castor sugar and flour, and the weight of 1 in butter, half tablespoonful of yeast pow dor. Beat the butter and sugar to a cream with a smadll wooden spoon, add the eggs, well beaten, lastly the flour and baking powder. Spread it on a shallow blking tin lined with buttered paper, and bake it in a moderate oveni I1 minutes, then turn it out on tih, bake. board, spread raspberry jam or iparmalade over it, and roll it up. Make a 'ustard with 1 egg and 4pt of milk, sugar, and ahnlmond flavourmlll and pour it over it. This can be eaten hot or cold.
Essendon A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
Esseidon A.N.A. MIr. E. 0. Gaff presided over the usual fortnightly meeting held at the town hall on Thursday, 16th inst. Amongst the correspondence received was an invitation from the Fleming ton Branch of the A.W.A. to a social on the 20th inst., also two appeals- one from the Talbot Colony for Epilep tics, and the other from., the Alfred Hospltoal. These appeaoils were 'eont'one'4s to tho committee for a report. Ac counts amounting to £7 2s 8d were passed forL payment. The nexst meeting will be held on the 30th inst. the syl lanbus item for that night ubeing an evening byl Dan Brown. As Mr. Brown is an old favourite, it is hoped that als isany of the Imembers and their friends as can will be along on that date-theu 30th inst.
Essendon Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
Essýendon Football Club. Next Saturday tie first, football match of the season on the local ground will be played, when Essen ldon will meet North Melbourne. A large attendance is expected, as when these teams meet a fine game is usually the result. The recent rains will lave had the effect of softening the turf so that the players will be nore in their clement. Although Brighton scored over North last Sat urday, it must be remembered that the latter erre considerably :handi capped through injuries to several Ilayers, and Essendoi, therefore, must no, take the game too cheaply as the Nortlherners are bound to strive hard to recover their lost laurels. The lo cals should play the game from. the jl 111); refrain 'Iroll giving unnlecs s;In flhiw kicks lnd. "lost illmportant "i ;ll, aliolisli individualisi and play together for the good of the side. The .uIIpporters are keen on a successful sea ,n1, anoI Essendion luhaiv the men .to Win the ponnant, if thy wtrill only I Ill together. 'I...
Moonee Ponds Private Quadrille Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
.\Ioonee Ponds Private Quadrille Club. 'The opening assembly of the above club is announced by advertisement to be held at the Masonic Hall, 3Moonee l'onds, at 8 p.m., on Monday, 2nd May. Invitation tickets may be ob iained from members of committee, or re,'m Lun nIon. secretary, Mr. Gee. Wil aiums, "-alona," Filson street, Ascot Vale.
FOOTBALL FIRST GAME AT HAWTHORN. AN INTERESTING BOUT, IN WHICH NEW TEAM SHAPES WELL. HAWTHORN SCORE HEAVILY. ESSENDON WINNERS BY FOUR GOALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
FOOTBALL -4-+-- FIRST GA?ME AT HAWTHORN. AN INTERESTING BOUT, IN WHICH NEW TEAM SHAPES WELL. HAWTHORN SCORE HEAVILY. ESSENDON WINNERS BY FOUR GOALS. By "Right Wing." A splendid attendance gathered on the -Hawthorn ground on Saturday last, when tihe new Association team played its first premiership match there. The ground was in splendid condition after the rain of Saturday. morning and an afternoon's football, remarkablre for its prolific goal-kick ing, was enjoyed by the spectators. T'here was no wind to spoil the play, which was of a very line standard, The older team gfave bright glimpses of their open play, while the new conmers, most of whom are new to one another did well in the crushes. When tley settle down, they will hold their own with any of the other As sociation teams. Essendon took in Atkins (who was elected captain), Biggle, J. Madden and lBrock (Euroa), who replaced Er ickson, Cockram and Coffey. Haw thorn team was considerably changed, eight new players being tried....
NOTELETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
NOTELETS. After the refreshing showers of S.,t urdav morning, the playing grouncs loIked in good condition; that at Hawthorn being just right. The ground, which is on the small side, tended to a crowded game, and it was in this style of play that Hawthorn were more proficient. oQa When Es]sendon opened out, they were able to bring their passing sys tem into play; and completely over shadowed their opponents. Gag Hawthorn's ruck was superior to Es sendon's, the latter hiaving to depend on Sevior and Gibson for most of the bullocking work. oao There were four old Essendonians playing in tihe Hawthorn's colours, viz.: Gough, Chapman, Crowe and Wilson, and eac ayed well. "Eaiusndou. followers were pleased- toy Hlis; prosoe:a u .sill 'av A, good: oee. as he is a good' player and a good leader. The umpire's method of illustrating what the free kicks were for was very entertaining to the spectators, hii dramatic gestures leaving no doubt as to his decisions. le was very gener ous with the,...