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Sale at Moonee Ponds. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
Salo at MIobneo Ponds. Messrs. Moloney Bros. will offer by auction on Saturday., next, 9th May, at 3.30 o'clock, on the l?remises, a solid d.f. w.b. house, "Kia Ora," 42. Aspen strbet, MIooneo Ponds, 5 rooms; land about 172ft to 'Aspen street, by about 80ft to right-of-way. The property is. only a few minutes from Mooneo Ponds station, and presents a splendid oppor tunity to builders and others to make a good invostment by the erection of cottages on this laud. 0^- -
MOONEE PONDS AND ABERFELDIE PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
MOONEE PONDS AND ABERFELDIE PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION -+-- MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Wednesday. of last week in the Lodge Room of tihe town hall. Mr. F. J. Tadgell, vice-president, ec cupied the chair, and there was a g)ood attendance of members. Correspondence. -Secretary New Melb. Gen. Cemetery, Fawkner, wrote promising to help ini the movement to get proper sanitary conveniences on the 1lenuington sta tion. A. H. Buckley wrote, stating that it was proposed to inaugurate a peo ple's association in Ascot Vale, and stated that Mr. Harvey, of 80 Epsomn road, would.like to have a copy of the rules of the Moonee Ponds and Aber feldie Association.-Secretary to at tend. Town Planning, etc. On the suggestion of the chairman, it was decided that the secretary get into touch with the Essendon Council, asking them to induce the lecturer on the subject of town planning, etc., to lecture in Essendon. An endeavour will be imade to get the Essendon Progress Associa...
Sale at Bulla. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
Sale at Bullsa. J. K. Jennings and 'McInnes, in con junctioin with E. Draffin, Sunbury, an nounce a sale of farm stock, plant, fur nitire and effects, in the estate of Phil Loman, deceased, on the property, at Bulla, on Monday, 11th lMay, starting at 1 o'clock sharp. A quantity of post and rail fencing is also to be sold: the whole to be sold without any re serve. For further particulars see ad. rertisement in another column. A- -¢?
ODDS AND ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
ODDS AND ENDS ~-4-t-- Saunders, a Highind keeper, made surliness almost an art. A gentleman said to him one glorious Autumnl morning: s *'Fine day, Saunders.", Saunders grunted. "Saunders, I said 'fine -day,'" the gentleman persisted. "\erra weel. verra weel," said Saunders. "I dinna want -tae argue." Hle: "Nice little game, football." She (ardent suffragette): "Yes, in deed. Very ladylike. ...... lHarry: "Halloa,.Leslie! 1 hear you have. a position with my friends, Thlompson Brothers?" l,eslie: "Oh, yes; I have a position as collector there." Harry: "That's first-rate. Who ro commended you ?" Leslie: "Oh, nobody; I told them that I once collected an account from you, and they instantly gave me the place." --®-®-®: An elderly beginner at golf was play i!g his first game on a London course recently, and his opponent was strug gling with his emotions as he watched the attempts to hit the hall. But he was unable to repress a smile when he overheard his caddie remark to his confrere: "B...
Moonee Ponds Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
Jiooneo Ponds Theatre. 'Comoioncing to-night. and for thlree 'ni!ht9 oily, ,,"Ifer Dreadful Secret" WIll-ii screened at ? the "abore thoatre: Vory'biiefly pot,. the contral 'idea' is thle eboudemnation of on innocent man to' lifelong imprisomnent, by a mioo?t ingenious chain of circumstantial evi dence. It is difficult to conceive a scheme that offers greater scope for the play and conflict of human emo tions, that contains greater possibil ities of human suffering. This theme is embodied in a series of poignantly dramatic scenes that match onward with an almost epic grandeur. The lesson that may be read friom this story is the over-present danger of a misdarriage of justice, when an ac cused person is convicted upon cirenml stantial evidenco alone.
CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
CAUTION. "Ain't you rather young to be left in charge of a drug store?" "Perhaps; what can I do for you"' "Do your employers know it's dan grous to leave a mere boy like you in charge of such a place?' " "I am competent to serve you, madam, if you will state your wants." *Don't they know you might poison someone?" ''There is no danger of that, mldam, what can I do for you?" "I think' I'd ltter go to the store down the street." "'I can serve you just as well as they can and as cheaply." "\ell, you may give me a lenny stamp, but it don't look right."
FLEMINGTON POLICE COURT TUESDAY, MAY 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
FLEMINGTON: POLICE SCOURT TUESDAY, -MAY- 5th. Before Messrs. Sihaw, Feehan, and Jamieson, justices. A ,seedy looking iindividual' named James Tholmpson was charged with oen tering the dwelling house of Thomas Taylor on May 1st, and stealing one coat, one vest; one pair.of trousers and -silver watch chain, the wholei valued it £5 5s. .Sub-Inspector Slattery prosecuted, and accused was undefended. - ;Theresa Taylor, wife of complainant. stated that she left her. home, 60 Princes street, Flemington, for about 7 or 8 minutes on Friday afternoon last, about 3.30. She pulled the front ulor close, but did not lock it, and the back door she left open. . When she came back the doors were as she left them, but she saw the. bedroom door move. She pushed the door with her shoulder and saw the reflection of hc cuse in a looin ng a k glass. He was _ stooping'down behind the door.. She asked -him what he was doing, but did not hear him reply. She went outside ind saw accused stooping over a brown ...
HOUSEWIFE'S COLUMN DISHES WITH MUSHROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
HOUSEWIFE'S. COLUMN DISIIES WITHII USIIROOMS. Stewed Mushrooms.-WasI tlhe mush rooms ill two or lthree waters. Cut off part of the stalk andl peel the tops. Stow them gently in some grown stock or gravy and season with nutmeg. cayenne. and salt. Let them cook front 20 to 30 minutes. -Cooked in tile following way mushrooms mako a very nice dish to serve with grilled steak, chops,. or indeed ally roast meat. Melt about a tablespoonful of butter in half a cup of milk. adlding the juice of halfir a lemon, a little peeper and salt. Cook tile mushrooms in this till quite soft. then add flour or cream to make it sauce. A larcgo dish of mushlroums will, of course, call for more milk and butter: hlakedl l[sltroonls.--Cle:ut the nusllrooms carefully. seeing that Inogrit remains-onl hitalk. Lay them flat in a balking dish. with a piece of butter on each one. yel per and salt lightly, and bake 20 minutes in a imodlerate oves. Heap on a Ihot dilsh, and paour grsvy all round. Usrent of Muttos and...
FRUIT PIES AND TARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
llave you not otoen when reading some Id-fashioned Enelishl novel felt a longing r a o o tt of o of tie jm tart wllic 'as descrlited there so temptingly. 'ile following recipes are for tile eru io inglish tart. and will give tucll ex Ltllent rewult te to delightL the whole rolnly. 'ile bent nastry to inse for tweet tnrta So. aflky kind. and not too ril. . .. You hal hoetter bein witlh the following uantities :-Tliree-quarters of 1 pound of our, isx ounces of lirdn or bntter.r.a -noone or lemon ouice. -? ? . " 'ou will notice that, this pamtryillns no aki powdering powder n It it n't a mistake r don't put a pinch in with the mistaken idca of lightening it. . Sift the flour carefully. Divide the butter ito four parts. Ioub one o[.these parts Lghtly into thell flour and ix tle flour itto a paste withll squeeze of lemon and o little coll water. Keep tile pastry cool and touch it bnly aitli the tips of tiles lingers. Boil out your paste till it is about a. uarter of an inch thick. Take a...
KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL SATURDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL SATURDAY, MAY 2. Present: Cri. White(president) Fox, Dodd, Coleman, Stenson, Delahey, Parr and Butler. Correspondence. Shire of Bull wrote re Grant's road, in reference to half cost of the joint work.-Received. Education Department wrote re cele bration of Empire Day, as to local celebration at State schools, stating that copies of the suggested patriotic programme were to be seen at all State schools.-Celebration to be left to schrol authorities. Cr. Parr to attend Tullamarine-school; Cr. Stenson, St. Albans; President White, at Syden ham; Gr. Dodd at Keilor. Tie date of celebration is 22nd May. The Health Officer (Dr. Spring), re ported in his annual statement 10 births and 7 deaths registered for the year. All deaths but one were of per sons of over 60. The Shire was in a satisfactory hanitary condition. Australian Mutual Provident Society refunded 18s Gd excess loan interest paid.-Received. Municipal Association of Victoria asked for any business suggestions...