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The Late Mrs. James Holt. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
The Late Mrll. Janlts Holt. We regret to note the death of tIrs. J. Holt. relict of the late .namnes Holt, for many ys e:ars postmlster of Moonee 1't;nds. Mrs. Holt has Ibeen suffering for some mionths, during which sihe showed a Christian fortitude and lov ing consideration for those around her. The ending, which was cal atndl eace ful was eispectled by her family. Mrs. Hoit leaves a family of four daughters and two sons. Their many friends sympathise and mourn with them the ioss of a good and true friend.
Clergymen of God's own "Vintage." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
Clergymen of God's own "Vinta-ge.' The followinxg amusing apology is from the "\\illiamstown Chromicle," of April 18: "Our attention has been'drawn to an error in last week's report of the North Presbyterian Church welcolme Rey. Robert y "t'at the townI possessed two men of God's own vin rage.' The concluding word should have been 'mintage.'" We could understand the mistake of the "Chronicle" if it employed a Bac chanalian reporter; or one of. Be hemnian proclivities, who. perhaps, oc casionally viewed the journalistic scen"i through an alcoholic haze; ,but thlen the paper employs none such. Possiblv the scribe was thinking of "Presbyterian wine," (yelept whiskey or Ballyhoolev lemonade) at the time of penning his bon mot. In any case the Mayor's synonym was lnost uln fortunate as men can hardly be said to be "minted." In fact, "'minting," or "coining," is one of the things they get into gaol for. But the "Chronicle" goes one better in bringing its victims into the grape juice harve...
Miss Daisie Gove in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
Miss Daisie-Gore in England. We have been favoured with a copy of the "British Australasian," of 12th March, a social and theatrical publi cation, in which appear paragraphs relating to Miss Daisie Gove. This clever little lady will long be remem Iered for her charmnung acting and singing in the many performances staged by the Essendon Oi eratic So ciety, and in which she always took a leading part; also her dainty acting in comedietta and tuneful singing for charitable performances, where her ready help was cheerfully given. The paragraphs referred to state that Miss Mollie Carew and Miss D)aisy Gove provided the music at a farewell party given to Mrs. J. and Mrs. M1. Barry, in London, where they met with an excellent reception. Amongst those present were Sir Edward Nightingale, Bart., Duke de Chateau Thierry, Sir Richard and Lady Havelock Charles, Countess Mayo. Colonel and Mrs. Ihrukland. Major and Mrs. Ranisey ~Copland, Mdme. Marcelle Leroy, Major Jackson and a large and fash io...
ESSENDON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY AUTUMN SHOW. VERY SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
ESSENDON HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY AUTUMN SHOW. XVERY SUCCESSFUL EXHIBlrTION. The autumn show of the Essendon Horticultural Society, was held inl the P'uckle street hall, on Tuesday. 21st instant, when there was a wondrous display of floral wealth. So good was the quality of the varied blooms dis ilayed that it was unanimously agreed by many connoisseurs present, that 'the show had proved highly successful. The prize list had not been arranged in a lavish scale, as the funds of the society did not permit of a large sche dule, yet tie competition was keen, and the exhibits for the most part were all meritorious. i\otwithstand ing the fact that rain was falling about the time the show opened, 8 p.m., there was a good attendance of illemlbelrs :and visitors. M\r. John Oliver acted as judge, and had many exhibits of almost equal merit to decide between. Mr. Oliver did his best, and was as usual a staunch helper of the society. The of ficial opening took place at the con clusion of the judg...
SCHOOL MATTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
SCHOOL MATTERS The monthly meeting of the Essen don State school was held on Monday.` April 20th. All imeeriibers of thdoecom mittee were present >Mr:,.1tlo?eing in the chalir. MI rr. .Kenndy tln thes?e' -Nay, read' the ' inutes' of the last meeting, which were given in a very able manner not oven the smallest itemr Ieing left out. Mr. Nattrass could not let it go by without com plimeuting the secretary on his ability. Correspondeuce.-Letter from Educa tiou Department re open air school room, stating that they would see to it as soon as approved of; an account was received from Allan's for piano tuning. Moved by 31r. Nattrass, sec ndled by i31r. King, that corresmond ence he received. 3Moved by Mr. King; seconded Iy Mrs. Swires that the Edu cation Departmeht be again written to about the open air schoolroom, as the conmmittee had been already pro mired it. The material has been pur chased for curtain to divide two class rooms into two divisions, the ladies of the committee undert...
STRING BEANS AND SPINACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
STRING. BEANS AND SPINACIH. Again, when .cooking string-beaus, boil a douple portion, -serve half of them tobday, and reserve the remainder for use.at.another meal. They can be re-heated.il~ a cream sauce, or dressed with oil and vinegar or lemon juice, and served "on crisp lettuce -leaves as a salad. A little onion juice may be added, and ;if used sparingly, it will add. piquancy to the salad. Spinach 'can be served in "he sanmi way, and'no one needs to be told"of the gastronomical idelight of asparagus served with a vinaigrette sauce rr a hollr ndaise sauce. _
WINE SAUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
WINE SAUCI. Cook a cupful each of sugar and water to i thiek,syirup. Add one-third of a pFaop of sherry or claret, and a teaspoonful of lemon- juic. .VWhen mtiking cisrry always uso a wooden spoon. Iroi'spoons spoil the aroma ofttho spices. A `few drops boZ alcohol rubbed on ,the. Inside .of lamp chimneys will remove all trace of greasy smoke when water alone is Of no avail. An invaluable cure for sore eyes is a little boracic powder dissolved in warm water. When cold bathe the eyes two or three times a..day. If a lamp-wick is getting short,- sew a ieceo of flannel to the enda of it. 'this' will hbe foulndto, be as good as a nso wwck. :wsvnsnrý-. ? eo olleo - wltsoebldoowatereren l plaLo it in the sun. When dry, the markt will have disappeared. Here is a very good way to clean decantors. Take small pieces of blot ting-paper tand roll them up. Put them into the decanter, and nearly fill with water. Shake well and empty, refill withi cold water, and the glass will be beputifully clear...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
SPECIAL OTCE! 4ij I .News! OW?IS.THER TIME lor every Economisinig House keeper to buy her Household Ironmongery at prices that must appeal to the thrifty. New stocks, purchased by our special Buyer, whom we sent to London, will soon be here-room must be found for them. CLEAN SWEEP OF ENTIRE STOCK, FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. That is the reason for this Great Money Saving Offer to you. The only way is to clear out the old stock NOW. The goods are of unquestionable Quality-guaranteed to give utmost satisfaction in Service and Value. Take the first opportunity of inspecting our stock-see the many labour-saving appliances for you-see the things that will add Comfort and Happiness to your Home during the long Winter Evenings. 10 Reduction in all Departments FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. To secure the Special Bargains, Come Early. SPECIAL NOTE:-We have opened up a new Extensive Showroom at the rear of this shop, and we cor dially invite our Customers to inspect the large variety of goods shown. KELLOW HARB...
FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
FINANCE COlMMITITEE. Cr. Pattison was voted to the chair in the absence of the chairman (Cr. Cole), whose apology was accepted. Sec. MJelb. Tramway Trust gave par ticulars as to its ainking funds, ask ing Council to issue new debentures in exchange for the old ones.. The" Tramway Trust would bear the ex pense of. printing.-Left in the hands of Crs. Cole, lRhoddn, the Mayor and town clerk. C. J. McFarlano wrote for a cheque for damages and costs in the case Mc Sweeney v. Essendon Council, £198 19s Id. There was also an account frome Mr. Fowler, for,'£29 is Ud. IHeo thought £21 was an adequate amount to offer. The payment was defered for 14 days, and the 'town clerk was instruct ed to bring up a statement showing the total costs. Decided to pay £60 on account, be ing half amount owed to Baillieu, Pat terson and Co., in connection with metalling Kalimna estate, £120 hair ing been paid by the firm many years ago on the understanding that it was, to be refunded when the Council was metal...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS BOWER—TRUMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
ORANGE BLOSSOMS - BOWER--TRUMAN. pretty weduing- tooK plaoe at t 'aul's Church, Ascot b\ale .between ,.?i. James fiomewood Bower, only son of Mrs. lower and the late Mr. Wil lian Wilson Bower, of Allanby, Stam fonl street, Parkside, South Australia, anld Miss Victoria Jean Truman, old est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George tl'ruan, of "Belmnolt," 32 e Ormond road, Ascot Vale, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Kingsley Cole. I he church was beautifully decorated by tihe friends of the bride, and the service was a full choral one. T'le tall, slight bride looked charm ing and graceful- as she entered the church on the arm of her father, who gave her away. She was dressed in white duchess satin, the bodice being entirely draped with soft silk lace. 'Vhe long court train being lined with shell pink, gave it a softness of tone, and it was huished with knots of pearls and orange blossom, the veil being softly arranged. She carried bouquets of azaleas and pink roses, anwl wore a topaz a...
CONCERT BULLA CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
CONCERT BIULLA CONCERT. The annual tea meeting and con cert of the Bulla Presbyterian Church was held in the Recreation Hall on \Wednesday, April 15th. This event had long been looked forward to, and has always proved one of the best held in Bulla. .The ladies who presided at the tables were Mesdames Ride, An derson, Wright, It. Millar, Daniel, T. .\illar, Junor, 3Lichie arid Grant and the Misses Grant, who did their part well, looking after the wants of all present. Alter the tea the hall was cleared of tables, etc., and was then filled with an overflowing audience of members of all denominations, who were treated to a splendid concert. • 4 w,fed?.faJ)pig. wat. ?h?rogrammeg: lDowns"-Northern Quartette; song, "'Mary"--=Ml. George Grainger; rocl tation-Mlis Cross; duet, "In the Garden of My Heart"-Misses R. Dun stan and G. Burgin; song, "Still as the Night"-Miss Grace Serpell; song, "Thu P'icnic"--Mr. Arthur Douglas; quartette, "Little Tommy"-Northern Quartette; song, "Comin' thro' t...
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
FOOTBBALL ASSOCIATION PROGRAMME. - The following is- the programme of matches for the premiership of the Vic torlan Football Association: April 25. Essendon T. North Melbourne. at Essen don. Nortbcote v. Williamstown, at Croxton Park. Footscray v. Port Melbourne. at Foots cray. Brighton v. lrunswick, at Brighton. Prahran v. Hiawthorn, at Toorak Park. May 2. Essendon v. Brighton. at Essendon. Williamstown v. Port Melbourne. at Wil liamatown. Ilawthorn v. Footocray, at IHawthorn. Northcote v. Brunswick. at Croxton Park. Prahran v. North Melbourne. at Toorak Park. May 9. - Essendon Y. Footscray, at Footsray.' Prahran v. Port-Melbourne. at Port Mel bourne. Brighton v. Hawthorn, at Brighton. Brunswick v. Williamstown, at Bruns wick. North Melbourne v..Northcote. at-North Melbourne. - May 16. Essentdon v. Northcote, at Croxton'Park. Williamstown v. Footscray, at Williams town. Hawthoru v. North Melbourne. at Haw thorn. Brunswick v. Port Melbourne. at Bruns wick. Prahranu . Brighton, at To...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
DAIOING. . B:ALLROOMt DANCING CALL, WRITE, ORW?HONE O608 CENTRAL TO: MR. AND MRS. Cleveland PROFESSORS OrF )ANCING AT THEIR ACADElMY 264 DRUMMOND .T. CARLTON TF. 1 H -3E -,I bt-t ADULT BEGINNERS. CLASSES AND PRIVATE TUITION IMR. or .MRS. CLEVELAND can be seen any time from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at thoe above' address. DANCING - = DANCING The Dancing Season has begun. You need not go to France. Just call-arounfd to Moonee'Street. - That's where you'll leani to dance. MR. & MRS. BARTLING 33 3Moonee Street, AscotVale' All Ballroom Dances Taught In One Quarter. '1serms-15s per quarter, Single Lesson. Is Sid. PUBLIC NOTICES. EVERYBODY'S SUN-BURNTI , That's why Everybody's using _ ALMOND CREAM SAn -ANTISEPTIC. SOOTHING ? and HEALING LOTION. ? ? For Sunburn. Chapped - Hands; M Face and Lips, Compeilbn' and * all roughness of the 'akin. A valuable' application for sun or superfielal burns. Obtainable only' at WALLACE;M. * JEWKES : ' PHAI?M?OEUTIOA I?aARBT,-.- a * ' T1.i ; ITATION7 PIAx...