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HOUSEHOLD HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS Start by putting aside all the pieces that hlave pearls in them, for pearls are very delicate, and need special treatment. Washing soda and strong cleansing pow ders should never be used in the water in whilch gold-decorated china is washed. In washing dishes place scraps of soap in alittle bag, and use this as a dishcloth. S, ltmseal bage are excellent for this When washing a hil 'ilieilntuo-d,, largoe square of cotton cloth to dry. It will then require no ironling, for it will dry smooth. - Rinse the trinket in clean, warm water, and dry it thoroughly, working into all the little corners. An old silk handker chief does excellently for this purpooe. Give each article a good rubbing with a soflt cloth. II the gold or silver mount is very dull or stained, you may use a little plate powder, but this is not necessary in ageneral way. A valuable int for polishing new boots easily. Brush off any dirt. and rub with a piece of lemon. Let this dry in,. and then polish in the...
KONAGADERRER KONAGADERRER MOTORS LTD. FURTHER SUGGESTED TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
KONAGADERRER -4--e- K)ONAGADERRERIL MOTORS LTD. 1FU1ITUE1L SUGGESTED TIME TABLE. lianagaderrer, 6.40 n.m. Broadmenedows, 7.20. Tullamarine, 7.30. Essendon, 7.50. E.sscndon, 7. Spencer st., 8.13 trn. Essendou, 7.50. Keilor, 8.10 a.m. Essendon, 8.30. Essendon, 8.32 trli. Spencer st., 8.50 trn. Spencer st., 5.17 trn. ]ssendon, 5.36 trn. IEssendon, 5.40. Keilor, 6. Essendon, 6.20. Spencer st., 5.49 trn. lssendon,, 6.18 trn Esseudon, 6.20. llroadmeadows, 6.40. hulla marine, 6.50. Essendon, 7.10. Essendon, 7.18 trn. Spencer st., 7.26 trn Spencer st., 9.25 trn. Essendon, 9.40. Keilor 10.7. Essendon, 10.26. Spencer st., 9.56 trn. Essendon, 10.26. Tullamarine, 10.46. llBradmeadows, 10.56. Konagaderrer, 11.36. This leaves 2 hours 40 minutes for midday trip to Broadmeadows, Tulla marine and Keilor if desired, and an hour for cleaning.
CORRESPONDENCE MARIBYRNONG HILL CHURCH. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
CORRESPONDENCE M I.tRIBYlNONG HILL CHIURCII. (To the Editor.) Sir,--Re proposed moving of 3alri byrnoug Hill church led by a clique of ialcoutcents, the people from the Tern p rance Township propose to take away our church without so llluch as "by your leave" from the tmen and women who built it about 20 years ago. They even started a branch service in the township to get votes to swamp the votes on the hill. Surely, if the plno ple who live on the hill are not worth considering, the children-about 1() who go to Sunday school should have sonme consideration. in the meantime there has grown up a crowd who know not Joseph, and think they can do as they like. It is, therefore,' the duty of all residents to sign the petition against the remtoral.-Yours, etc., ONE, WHtO HELPEI).
Flemington A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
Flemington A.W.A. At" the first meeting in May, ex President Miss White occupied the chair. There was a good attendance of members. Nominations were taken el office-bearers for the ensuing six months, nil previous office-bearers to .be returnoed, with tio exception of con :mitten, .for..Ewhom there will bo. o election; .Much :interesting. diauisiou taook. plnec;, :.prtiellnrl upon- fornintg nn-impronsptuspeechl club, and nlso'nas to. the best mneans to promote and maintain the interest of the muembers in branch meetings. Several of the members visited the A.N.A. on Wednes day evening, and derived great plea sure and instruction from the debate: "Does Novel Reading Tend to Improve the Mind?" the ailirmative being taken yh Brunswick A.N.A. and negative by ilomington A.N.A., resulting in 'a wsin for Brunswick. -®-O-O-® -
Richards, the Ready-Money Drapers. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
Richards, the Rondy-Money Drapors: Th'l shop at the corner of Puckle and Margaret streets, Moonee Ponds, has been transformed byy being sulp plied with up-to-date plate glass win dows and enlarged to fit it for its new purpose as a ready-money drapery establishment. E. and C. W. Richards are the proprietors, and they have suc ceeded in providing a perfect trans formation scene at the top of Puckled street. When the building is out or the hands of the contractors, it sili he an ornament to the street. The firm promises to make the location favourably known as "Richards' Cor mer." The premises will he opened with a commemorative sale on Thurs day, May 21, with a new and fashion. alle stock. Further particulars are .il vertised. -n-nh-n
Literary News. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
Literary News. The publication a week or so a-o of "The Making of a Bigot," Miss lose Ma'caulay's now novel, reminds us that with "The Lee Shore" this clever writer took the first place in 'Messrs. Hodder and Stoughton 's original £1000 prize novel competition, the second prize being secured by David Hennes sey with his dramatic novel "The Out lar." Their second £1000 prize com 'petitioh, which has just closed, was confined exclusively to Colonial writers -the first competition of its kind to appeal directlyto Colonial talent. 'ihe results--which will be published short ly-should prove decidedl" interesting. _.Iessm. Hodder and Stoughton now an nounce a third great novel comnpetition in which prizes to the total value of 1000 guineas will be awarded. It is oplen to all writers, and a special ariz,, will bhi awarded to the best "first?" :A-E: WV. Mason,`and Sir William Rob .ortson I idoll. Full particulars and entry forms may be had on application to Messrs. Hodder and Stoughton. St....
New Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
Sow CUllrcil of EI1l:iaud. Some little time ago the Vc.tr, ofI St. Thomas' Church, dloonee Pour., called together the Church of England residents of Aberfeldie, for the pur pose of seeing whether there was the likelihood. of support for a branch church to be started in that part of the parish. As a result of that meet inig the following conmmittee were elect ed to canvass the district:-Messrs. Bevan, Davies, Cook, Dalton and a.ut chell, and 31esdames Bassett, Dundas, M3ilue, Tytherleigh and Miss Esdaile. This will be done during the next fort night, after which the committee will select a night for a further meeting of residents, when the result of the canvass will be made known, and tlh project carried a step further. The fbrst donation to be received was from .Mr. . Mitchell, of Washington street, who promised £25 now and a further sum of £25 in May, 1915. There is every prospect of a live church being started in. that part of Essendon. The church already has a capable Sundas scho...
Cornwell and Co.'s Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
Cornwell aund Co.'s Sales. On Tuesday next, at 2 o'clock, at their auction rooms, Napier street, Es sondon, Cornwell and Co. P'ty. Ltd. HI. W. Sinclair, auctioneer), will con duct a sale of household furniture, comn prising wardrobes, leather suites, halirs, quantity tins biscuits, bicycles, etc., etc. On Wednesday next, at 2 o'clock, at S)Daisy street, Essendon, Cornwell and Co. Pty. Ltd. (H. W. Sinclair, auc tioneer) will conduct a clearing sale of household furniture, comprising din ingroom suite, duchess chests, side board, beds, linos., chairs, kitchen utensils and liumerous sundries.
Grand Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
Urand Concert. On Wednesday eveniing, May 20th, a lirst-class vocal and instrumental con cert will be hold in the Essendon Pub lic Hall, in aid of the Broadmeadiows Foundling Hospital. A splendid pro gramime has been arranged, to which the following artists have given their services:--Miss Florrie .Gordon, Mrs. John Reid; Messrs. 3M. Jones, P. Rob ertson, Johl Reid, Dan Cullen, Roland 'Pryvc and T. J. Landy. Miss A. King is lon. accompaniste, and the orchestral music is being kindly supplied by Mr. H. Goodwin. The admission is ls, and the local public should support this concert in aid of such a worthy cause -®-O-O- -
CORRESPONDENCE KONAGADERRER MATTERS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
CORRESPONDENCE KONAGADEItRERI MATTERS. (To the Editor.) Sir,-In Cr..Frank Buckley's state ,Ient in your issue of the 30th April, 11r. A. I. Daniel .was evidently given something tlhat inlterfered with his di gestion, as shown by his desperate at tempt to draw attention off the grave charges made against him. His first paragraph on motors, containing at least four deliberate misstatements, is unworthy of niotice, but we desire to briefly reply to the last paragraph, in whicli he sneers at those who are strug gling at Konagaderrer Springs to lmy him a large salary of £370. First he says: "Konagaderrer consists of one house." Hlad Mr. Daniel done his duty, according to instructions of the council, lie would have been aware that there are 20 houses, besides a store, school, post office, and mechanics' at Konagaderrer Springs. Second--His cheap sneers at the Mechanics' Insti tute and Free Library remind us that our humble building iand land are free of liability, although only recently e...
MOTOR COSTAGES. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
MOTORlt COSTAGES. (To the Editor.) Sir,-ln your last week's issue,a let ter appearesd referrin to thr e proposed lmotor service between. Essendon and ionagdem.rer, including the intPeren ning toens. I was surprlised to rend that the bare working cost of such a vehicle was gi'en at £21 per week, and, as I am, at least in part, person ally respaonsi?le for lur. Iluckley's fig ules, I hasten to correct this false fil plressio. \;hen discu.ssing the profit earning ca libilities of tlhe "Napier," I supplied tile estimated runlling Costs at £12 ls (il per week, onl ai 400-mile hosts, andt M. Buckler. showed the to. tal prollllle earning :as £21 per week, al askiedl me if I thought that would ay. 1 replied that I was sure my firm (I)algety antd Co. Ltd.) would jump at the chalince of running the vehicle oni his scheldule for the first three months, if tlat sum i wel guaarllteed I saw l clear pirofit of £ or £10 per week, sinceo Mr. Bucklev's estimate for earn ilngs and Ims estiilated csts ...
MILITARY MATTERS THE ESSENDON RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
MILITARY MATTERS -4-t- THE ESSENDON RIFLES. As a means of expressing their ap preciation of the work done by the stall-holders and executive coonitteeo at the recent Military Fete, the officers n of the Essendon Itllles invited these~ ladies and gentlemen and their assist a1nts to mleet.thlen at the Minl li Tlea g IRooms, Collins street, at 4 p.m. on t. Friday for afternoon tea. Lt. Lol. Ii. E. Elliott presided, and there were present about 130 persons, Including the officers of the battalion. u the Mayor and Mayoress of Essendon, Councillor and Mrs. Goldsworthy, Mrs. MecOraoken, Mrs. 1i. S. Cole, M3rs. IRhodlen Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Duigan, Mrs. ells, Mrs. R' ella, Mrs. Ioyle and others, as well as Mr. A. J. May, the hon. see. of the moovement. At the conclusion of the function, e Lt. Col. Elliott, on behalf of the of- t ficers, N.C.O.'s and men of the, bat talion, expressed their thanks to the committco, the stall-holders, and their c assistants, whose efforts had resulted t in the e...
MOONEE PONDS PIC[?] THEATRE IN THE GRIP OF A VILLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
MOONEE PONDS PIDun LvorsaTnre IN THE GIIP OF A VILLAIN. -Morin and Mausset are both emr plorved in a large financial institution. the former becomes associated with a forger, and receives from him a large jlilntity of spurious banknotes, giving a receipt for the. same. Morin nan ages.to exchange the forged notes for genuiun ones from lMausset's safe, and hands the money over to the forger, failing, however, to regain the in ruinatinn rcipt., The forgeries be tenced to 25 years' `imprisonmernt Twenty years later the story is re sumned. llorin's son, Andre, who is very weonlthy, meets Mausset's daugh ter, Madeline whom he engages as a stenographer. He pays court to Made isre, who, however; rejects his at tentions. Morin, prying among 3Made line's belongings, finds a letter saying that her father had died at the penal settlement,-protesting his innocence to the end. This letter Andre' steals, and thrieatens Mradeline with exposure. Driven to desperation by his persece tion, Madeline at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. Hello ! What's This ? ST. THOMAS' HARRIERS Young Men can not Miss This Chance! What Chance? The Chance to JOIN A PRO GRESSIVE HARRIERS' CLUB. Full Particulars on application to the Secretary-A. I. H. WARDROP. 81 Middle St., Ascot Vale. DA-?OING. BALLROOM DANCING. CALL,. WRITE, OR PHONE 5608 CENTRAL TO MR. AND MRS. Cleveland PROFESSORS OF DANCING AT TFIEUL ACADEMY 264 DRUMMOND ST. CARLTON FOR THEIR PROSPECTUS WHICH GIVES PARICULARS RE THEIR SUPERIOR ADULT BEGINNERS. CLASSES AND PRIVATE TUITION 1MR. or MRS. CLEVELAND can. be seen any, time from '10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at t•lih above addressu, ,u . DANCINGO DANCLNG The Dancing Season has begun. Youncednot go to France. Just call around to (oonee Street. That's whlore you'll learn to dance. MR. & MRS. BARTLING -31 Moonee Street, Ascot Vale All Ballroom Dances ?Taught lIOn ne Quarter. 1Trns-15s Per quarter. Single Lesson. PUBLIC NOTICES. ? EVERYBODY'S SUN-BURNT! " That's why Everybody's using ALMOND CREAM An ANTISEPTI...
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL ----+--- MONDAY, MAY 11. At the council meeting there was P rather a thin attendance of eight, pre- 5s sided over by the Mayor. But as the meeting proceeded Crs. lEddy and Showers fettled up tile number, lea ing the only absentees as Crs. Moun tain and Downing. Correspondence. Ascot Vale Cricket Club wrote re garding Ascot recreation ground, thanking council for granting use of the ground for past season.-heceived. J. Itamsay wrote regarding laying water pipe in Beaver street, asking permission to make certain alterations as to water service.--Permission grant ed. subject to surveyor's approval. I1. Lewis asked for a lamp in Mackay and Glass streets, at col ner.--Sur'eyor to report to committee. I'. Il. Cleland wrote regarding tree planiting in Orford street, asking that planting be done before street was tin ishedl.--Lteferred to curator for report. E.C.C. Baud wrote regarding playing for Bendigo Mining Disaster Itunid. asking that permission be granted for a ...
GOLF NORTHERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
GOLF. -4- NO. THER. : . The Ma3 mcdal was competed for oil Saturday afternoon. The dry weather is-having an offect on the course, and the result is a long run on the ball. This causo e my p:irtly accsunt foir the unusual numbei of net scores all' well below Bogey. T. J. Murphy (90-21 69) and C, P. Davis (94-25o-09) tied, and will play off next Saturday. The blest performance of the afternoon was that put uphby J. [. English, wiho re turned a card of 78-8-70. He was sound in all his play, but his driving was particularly line. Other scores sere:--J. 0. Blair 89-19-70; L. C. Morrison, 92-20-. 2; A. Harrison, 8( -13-73 W. . I. 'mpson, 93-20- 73: 1 F. Wilson, 100-20-74; G. Ty zack. 79-&--74; D. Scott, 91-15-7?: S. Farmer. 103-27-76; G. Logan. 103-126-77.