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PARS FROM ALL PARTS CRIME AND RECREATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
PARS FROM ALL PARTS -4- CRIME AND RECREATION. Inadequate provision of wholesome recreation is set down as the cause of a great part of the vice and crime of New York in a report submitted to the Board of Estimate by Dr Frederick O. Howe (director of the People's Insti tute) upon the utilisation of the :pub lic school plants for educational and recreation purposes. Dr. Howe ascri bes vice and crime and juvenile delin quency largely to a wrong use of leis ure time. "Studies of the records of juvenile offenders," says Dr. Howe, "show that a large percentage of arrests and com mitments are for violations of cit3y or dinances by children playing in the streets. The boy so arrdsted acquires a bad name. lie is marked so by the police. If the offence is ropeatel lie becomes an 'old offender.' These of fences are traceable to a lack of 'op portunity for play, and the fact that' the only accessible outlets involve a violation of the law." The same influences surround the girl, according to Dr...
RABBIT DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
RABBIT DISHES. Boiled Rabbit and Onion Sauce.-In gredients; One rabbit, ib bacon or i ham bone, pepper and salt. Sauce: t Two onions, half-pint milk, one table spoonful flour. Method: Skin and cut up the rabbit into neat pieces, place in a stewpan with the bacon cut into 1 strips, or the ham bone, and boil gent ly for one and a half hours. Prepare some onion sauce by mixing the fliur with a little milk, adding this to the rest of the milk and half-a-pint of the rabbit stock. Stir until thickened; add the onions chopped, these to be cooked with the rabbit. Dish the pieces.of rabbit on a hot dish and coat t with" the sauce. Curried Rlabbit.-lngredients: One rabbit, one tablespoonful curry (pow- i dered), one. teaspoonful chutney (op _ tional), one table.?O oful flour, loz &lt;Siutter, one onion, one carrot, one a? pie, one pint water or stock. Method: Prepare a curry sauce by frying the vegetables in the butter slightly with the flour. Place the rabbit in this and simmer until...
"FEDERAL STANDARD." MURRAY COD. 3ft. LONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
".FEDERAL STANDARD." .;- MURRAY COD. aft. LONG. toAn unaual spectacle was wittesosed a few days ago by resldente of Cobrmu and Ilarooga who happened to he at the Mur ray Rliver about aundown, when a number of largo co fish, varying in length from 18 inches to fully 3 feet. went leaping and disporting down stream odi their annual .migration to the lower, raches of the river, reports tlhe "Courier." At sundown on Saturday tlo fish were aeen gambol ling and cavorting in the water opposite Messrs. Quick IBro.' now orchard, which is situated 5i milos from tlhe Cobram ridgeo. and at the same time on the fol lowing evening they were observed one mtil frott thle bridge ntr the o?l:?armgt road. Those whlo were fortunatt enough to sae the sight state that at tiaes over 30 huge fish would come to the surface aud splaslh aootut for fully 40 seconds. while others }could either jump olear out of thle water or else lazily roll over tand shao their white undersides. Then, as they disappeared. other...
THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
?'THUMBS UP --Front-Sydney Sunday Sun. S-Pat i~P dIick were twin bract.s, Being out-of wior·, and -sir.: ~c.' t torusementj-for a coachman, "Ft i ? a plied for.:the.:job. . Employer-'"Well, ,Pat, I ,wish- ?ou: to answer three questions'"i P'at -'Fire away, 'sor." SEm loyer-L"How many stars aro in thelskye!'- " r: c. . Pat-'!55,875." ": Employer-'"How. do .you make-that out?" Pat-"Sure, if you don'btbelaveme,r count, them." Employer-- What's, the weight of' the moon?" Pat-"One hundredweight." Employer.-"How's .that?" Pat-''Because there's four.,quarters in it." Employer-"Now, Pat,..what am 'I. thinking ofP" Pat--"Unable to.-answer-ybu hSve" me." Whoen Pat reachod "homeo,.,Mick;, be?: -ing anxious;-asked him-how hegot on.' Pat explained, when -Mick .decided lid would have a try. Employer-'Well, Pat, -you're back again ?" Mick-"Sure, sor." Employer--"Well, Pat, have you the: answer to number threei?"'hat am I thinking about?" Mick-"Sure, sor, you 'think you'ro, .takin- to r5abut a trot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. ': MRS. FIN'LAY has'?taken over the News Agency k-.Opposite IEssendon Railway Station, * Near Tadgell Brothers. :' BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, etcj, on I IHand. i. Licensed to Sell Stamps. o Publio-Telephon. *^p-""""---"---~--------. '* W. ELLWOOD & CO. BUILDERS anid CONTRACTORS. S 81 WILSON STREET, 3a; 1 OONEE PONDS. -jLEtinmates given and plans dra.wn. SYOUNG &- SEYFARTH HOBRGSHOE BEND BEFEESHMBENT ' ROOMS, S MAR'IBYRNONG Q IVER. i ,Alernoon Tea?, Aerated Water and +* Cordlail. i Plcnio Partlies Ctered for -?ný' ats.'ply In oonjunStion with electric I iramI tref . Maribrmonr, Bridrge I 'food ? .flin In the -velnlty. TOUNG, and. BEYARTH, S roprietors. - '"Pftal. a&lt;ddres-p.O.. Iesendon. XMA: COADS - and GREETING ;-XIAS CARDS and GREETING .XMAS'A DS-and GREETING SBplendid Variety. ' " CLARKE'S .4 PUCKLE STREET, - S;By. now for -ot-goilnr mails. . 'FREE ' Advice, Quotes and Specifications for the Installation of Electric Light and -Power; By having -...
THE PREMIER AT ASCOT VALF. HOSTILE INTERJECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
THE PRESRIER AT ASCOT \ALE HOSTILE INTERIJECTIOON. The Premier. Mr. Watt addressed a large loeetilg on Thursday is the Ascot Vale 11l111. in tile midst of a sub -division that. until the last general elections, failed to ire him a majority. The Premier was -.ocoumnied bd M3r. H. S. Lawson. Minis .sid theatora ol ntie eersni. Jo, lteu.O nt alidhbsen usetul atnd volumiutous. partieu S ithe first two escsions lie doubt l her tli 1912 recordl of 95 hills had e n equalled b any Ausotralian te The tratl l problem on the irai r lways had been dealt with yi siren f authority for the con nrsi ithe team system to electrical :ra o sso und atid businesslike was ta-int"t? t~miat the most cautions sand -eltle of country members were con idu?ed l . te facts in itt favour. The ?lst?lv from Briglhton to Ensendoo. noaldhl n operaetion next year. It wao notyi irely undertood that thie co?n trT'-woleCced with tile alternative of ei tbler.o:??eating the present suburbanl iaet is avy expentSon, or else e...
HON. W. A. WATT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
IION. W. A. WATT. 1Mr. Watt addressed a laer meeting at King Georgo's flal. Ascot. Vale. on Men day evening. when Mr. J. D. Grahamn. J.P., occupied the chair. The meeting was an eithusiastic one. althoughl at times a trifle noisy. On the wholle, the Premier met with a good reception. Mr. Watt also addrtessed a meeting of ladies at the Masonic Hall Ascot Vale, on Tuesnaday afternoon. and soke on the leading questions of the day. Therewas a good attendance. and a number of ques tionrs were answered.
ESSENDON RIVER LEAGUE MARIBYRNONG RIVER INSPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
ESSENDON RIVER LEAGUE -4- MAtIBTYtltNOXG RIVER INSPECTED. Ani inspection of tile SIaribyrnong river swas mande by tile committee of the above ledy nil Saturday afternoon last. air. D, Illiks, proprietor of tile Riverview Ten (lardeis, placed a motor launch at tile disposal of tile eommittee. about thirty members availing thlemselves of tile op portunito of viewing their local stream. Prior to starting from tile 3iaribyrnong bridge, an inspection was made of tile Reserve. andt several improvements are to be effected in view of accommodating the publice at tIhe fortlhcoming Hlenley, on 14th February. Residents of F.sseitdon and Aberfeldie wvill have the benefit of the river frontage niwiv acqutired by the Leantue; this portion will I neused for the accnmmodation of tile iuhlic. and an en trance gate will ie erected at thle Hiolaes road endi. This extra strip of land slhtould greatly relieve the congestion so notice able on the Braybrook side last year. Proceeding ur tIe river. the com...
FIRE "AJAK" FIRE EXTINGUISHER A LOCAL TRIAL. GOOD RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
FIRE "AJAK" FIRE EXTINGUISIER. , A LOCAL TRIAL. GOOD RESULT. Thie Buckeye Ifarveeter Company, who ownl tile above patent. gave an exhibition of tlie "ajak" Fire Extinguisher. at the vacant block of land in Pascoe Vale road, Mooneo Ponds. behind the town hall, on Mondy evelling. 12th inst. There was a good attendance of tile public. includin tile Mayor and about nine of tile co1on tillors, town hall oflticials, and representa tire people. Dr. . I. Johllnson. who is the inventor of tile patent, had charge of the proceed. ings. and was assisted bh the local agent MRr. Joseph Chappel For tile porloses of the experiment a large lonll engine hox was chIosen, and thist was well coated in ide with tar. A liberal supply of kero sente being poured oil top o tile tar the ease was stood on on end and a lighted match was appl. t hd e wie tle tflanes ad got a aool start, tile extingulsher-wllct consists of a white powder In a long thin tin tube--was applied by means of sprink ling on tile fire. T...
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES -4--- SThe engagement is announced of Mr. Ro I bert Warren Brodriek,. only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brodrick. of "Leemount," Parkvill.e, to Miss Milly Taylor. of "'Car I inya." Moonee Ponds, youngest daughter tof tle late Mr. and MIrs. Robert Taylor. s of "Earimit." Parkville An engagement is announced between Dr. C. orunthanm Anderson. only son of -Mr. J. W. Anderson, of "Sydney House," St. Kilda, and Miss Eileen Shields. elder daughlter of Mr. and Mirs. W. A. Shields, "N'gnroto." Cowderoy street. St. Kilda. Ifr. and Mrs.' Roert Kerr, of Essendon, have returned after a nine months' trip to England and the Continent. and report tlhat they have had a very good time The Essendon District Scottish Society will hold their monthly concert to-night. at the Masonic hall. Mr. J. Breen, son of Mr. M. J. Breen, of. Sunbury, has been appointed to a posi tion ins thle Railway Department, and han started work . The Iriendls of the Rev. J. P. McCann. fornmerl' minister at Moonee...
USEFUL HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
USEFUL HINTS ~-----+---- Homei-made lard is easily preopred, and is much less expensive than the shop variety. Get a pound of "flare" from the pork butcher; it will cost about-fivepence. Cut it in pieces, and put in a jar. Place this jar in a larger one, h:ilf-filled with water. Put tih'm:inj, slow overn,uso that .te, fat tivill: n"le radually: Onol pound :of -ia'2lyields-nearl' a- pound o lai d. When using lemon for flavouring, and you only need, half of ouie; put the other half on a plate and cover with a glass-tumnbler; This excludes the air and prevents the lemon from getting mouldy. Another simple re medy is to smear the cut lemon over writh the white or. yolk of an egg, and place on a shelf to dry; lemons treated this way can be kept a long time. No man can understand the whylv of this, but it really happened. At New York's most recent fashionable wed ding one of the women guests smug gled her dressmaker in to give her a llhance to see the gowns. The dress maker was present as...
A Man Suffocated. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
A Man Suffocated. George Illman, aged 92 years, who lived with his wife, aged 80 years, in Bellair street, Kensington, was found dead in his bed on Sunday morning. He had been accidentally snffocated by gas. On Fri day night, said Mrs. Illman to the police, she was out, and on her return home the gas was turned off at the meter. On Sat urday night it was turned on again, and the tap on the Jet in the old man's bed room was evidently open. He went to bed early, and when his elderly wife went to call him at 11 o'clock in the morning. she found the room full of gas, and her husband was lying dead on his bed. The police took his body to the Morgue. Ill man had lived in North Melbourne for many years, and both he and his wife were well known there. &nbsp; &nbsp; ?®-®-®--
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
-va -ex x, EDVUATIOHAL. PENLEIGH GIRLS' SCHOOL Forme)ly A.V. GIRLS' HIGH SOHOOL Noe. 8 and 47 CIIA1CER ST.. MOONEE PONDS. Efficient Staff of Trained Teachoro Lnarge and well-ventilated" Schoolrooms. Excellent Kindergarten. Drawing and Painting: Miss THICKETT. First-class Cer tificate, South Kensington; Prize-taker Na tional Gallery; First-class Certificate, Edu cation ilepartment. Music, Miss Jells. A.L.O.M., Mr'. JAGER. M.5.V., Registered Secondary Teachers ot Mousic Slnginlg, Miss E. IRVLINE. Physi oal Cultore, Messrs. ljelke-Petersen Bros. Principals: Miss SPRIUG. First-class Trained Teacher, Education Department and Melbourne University MinS LIMEROOK, M.A. Miss Sprigg at home the last Thuraday in each month. First Term begins Thursday, 5th February. BLINKBONNIE LADIES' COLLEGE ARDSLILLAN ROAD, WEST. MOONEE PONDS. Principal. MISS MORRIS. Certificated tionours Melbourne University. Day School and Kindergarten. Boys under 10 received. Registered Secondary. 'l'eachers. Classes for D...
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES The speaker at next Sunday's meetn?n f thie -A V. and M.P. Pleasant Sunda A\fternoon will be Mr. Foreman. and thOe soloist Mr. A. W. Stevens. Mr. M. Watson. Ion. oec of tie Essendon Football Club. w'ill receive nominations for olllcu-bearers up till 8 p.m. on Tues da- 3rd February. he inext meeting of the Eesendon River Leagurce is fixed for Thursday next, 22nd inst. T'he Broadmeadows Shire annual picnic wil be heold on Foundation Day (Monday,. 26th Jaliuary). Mtaribyrnong Ienley en Saturday. 14th February, promises to eclipse its predeces orsa. and an interesting programme of eventls b.aa been dralwn up. Tickets for tie IMaribyrnong ~Ienley are now' available. Look out for tihe fete. Queen's Park in March, in aid of the fund for equipping tbe Drill Hall. Thle R 1. W. McKio and Mi:. McKie. of Coburg, previously of St. Paul's Church, Ascot Vale. who are leaving Coburg. rove ben entertained hI the parishionu Mr. D. M. Lewin. accomuntant at the national lBai Moonee Pon...
FURS PRESERVED BY COLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
FURS PRIESERVED BY COLD. When the "life" of a fur garment is considered in relation to its coot, the economical quality is a high one,. articu larly to-day, when science luha efected so perfect a preserver as cold storage. This developmect of proeservation. which actu ally arreats natural deterioration caused by evaporation of the natural oils in the leather 'and hair of tura in temperate and hot atmosplherea, apart from the.im munity it provides against ravages by moth, prolongs the "life' of the om-n modity in a W'onderful degree, This' atd vantage alone compensates for a great deal of the recent rise in values. Further. the depth of colour and gloas in the fur is more enduring by many years than it wan under the warehousing conditions of bygone days.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. IXMASB CARDS and GREETING XMASB ARDS and GREETING XMAS CARDS and GREETING Spleadid Varity. CLARKE'S 4 PUCKLE STREET Bry now for a?oiwng mail FREE Advice,,Quotee and.Speciloations for the ??stallation of Elsetric Light and' Power. By having ELECTRIC LIGHT IIn your Home you will be UP TO DATE and COMFORTABLE. The number of Electrical INSTALLATIONS In progress throughout the Metropolitan Area at the present time is a proof of its superiority. THE NORTH MELBOURNE ELECTRIC TRAY WATB AND LIGHTING 00. IA)D. MI. Alaennar read, Ascot Vale. TeL TN Aaooe W. J. EMERY LWUOrICAL ONTIRATORL (Late oa J.aneH Y ur street) Haa moved the CORSET AND LADIES' DRAPERY. Business.:from Mt. Alexander road to 29 Pubkle street, Moo nee Ponds. Corset Parlour and Ladies' and Ohil dren's Clthing Department. Iadiea fitted. PUBLIC NOTICES. : EVERBODY'S SUN-BURNT1 I " That's why Everybody's using : SALMOND CREAM. , An ANTISEPTIC, SOOTHING . ? - and HEALING LOTION. For-Sunburn; Chapped Hands, : Face ar...