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THRASHED IN THE STREET [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
TIIRASIIED IN TILE STREET As tlhe outcome of a remanrklble sceno in the princip;al Street of Hereford, a well. knlown veterinary lLrgeon. James Lionel lia:rling, wans complainant in ln assault c:lan heard recetly at tie 0ourt. It was rL;ted that defendant. wo is I plantllf'e daughter-in.law. Emily Barling, the wife of ;a holelheecler, alproachod him in the principal street of tle city and. producing at hunltilg crop with a lenther thong, lashed him11 rounl th e fac e tireo im!es bcforo jecoul cloc. The cause of tile 'o hdmitldci aihhw a td I rand writillng. Tile defence was t111 and other objectllonable and insulting postcards had beoon received. until dlefendant and Iler hlusbandl could hoear it no longer. Com plaianllt denied any nllowledce of the card at the time of tlhe asaoult. when deofenldant prodlucedtl it. Tile writing. hwever. Ons?s on one of his businloess post cards. Thle solicitor for the dofence urged that Mr. Darling lald tile power to stop) tIhese illnsulting Illessl...
PARS FROM ALL PARTS TO KEEP A WIFE PLEASED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
PARS FROM ALL' PARTS TO KEEP A WIFE PLEASED. Moat married ladies would be pleased with tile rules for keeping a wile happy, just iassued by SMr. L. C. Dillma, ar million tire railway director of Seattle. Walh Igtoin (United States. Ameorica), who says they are the result of 18 years' experience. 'It h rule are as folioas:- Keep all pru-naollial prnmiJea. Divid hetilt neocpeor and everything edse. Keep) :a joint bank account. (to to the club no oftener titan once a week. Ilave no dogs or pets of any kind. Call lier on tie telephone three times a day aWlln ayway from home write or tele pralh daily. S'rake her with you on business and ptleasure tripe. iat more polite to her than any other lliemmber that she likes flowers.aswets, Don't criticize her hate and dresses Ile a gentleman to all women, a hus b:atd to only one. If you hIave only a shillig you"don't wastel it when you spetnd it on her. If yOU have been faithful ill allthings,. geoerous. colltiderate, and Jtritng, aind still ailn...
WEST'S PICTURE PALACE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
WEST'S PICTURE PALACE At West's Picture PaIlace this week, there sta roost interesting and diversified pro grammo which should perfeotly suit all their patrons. Every picture shown at this popolar place of amusement is right up-to-date, and in most cases the exclu syvo property of the theatre. The star prictnro on this programme is entitled •Between iMant and Beast.' and when it is raid that this film. rnfoldinp a world of adventure and romance, is drawn up iry the world-famous producers of "Quo Va dis?" it will be needless to say that full justice is dones by actors and operator to this sensational animaul drama. It por trays amazing and thrilling enploits iII the Indian jungles, sensatiorml hunting seeres, and marvellous escapes of both tran anrd beast. . tLiy of tIre characters irs taken by artists leading who appeared in "bso V'adis?" including Signor Novolli Virtitius), Signor Lopi. and Signor Guin cbli. A beautiful scenic effect is thft of a tour on tihe Simplon railway. which...
POETRY THOUGHTS. W. FRANCIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
POETRY ---- THOUGHTS. W. FRANCIS. Fleeting is the day. Darkening the hour, When I must say-good-bye -' To thee-in thy bower. Far the world and wide; Liberty to fight; And thy- dear languid eys For me-weep to-night. Weeping as the sundew, Shadows oer thy heart, And. pleading looks divinel That sting-as we part Sobbing na the eans Thinlking of the poo: I wonder is it true That love-cannot loast,. Battling on the deep. Life-sport in the game; Careless how the end; Death calls-all the same. Lying in the night lone the peaceful hour Recollections thronginL? & girl-and a bower. Waters wild between, Who Is there to know? Wonder will the spirits To her-let me go. Fading Is my star. Night looms wild ahead; DBeryl--bluoe eyes--weep not When I--lover, am dead. Softly lay me there. Where the shadows fall. Where the sihler wattles -. n dw two-that is all: Kisslng you-good-bYe Forever-long the sleep:. And Beryl-blue eyes- tro not For me-do not weep!
A WESTERN "HOLD [?]P." LACK OF DRAMATIC SETTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
A WYEdr1at.' "nULD'UP." LACk OF DihtIAtoIU fEi''iiou. Nothinig Is further trom the real uLi1iu ?ain te t rlOt Uori eWter 1110' La"n? etlly a hat?tcrll to.lllner ?la.. lutu ull l tile tites L11ere a 101e au 0 o U i1nt tise tnlilg1 it prletluB L o1de?tr?a a l u? t?tl ut Lite e0 ug-ceuhll ruwa?ly or 'uuo. up,' as Luey call IL out itteL In tae rtutacesd Lie tbro a 4ea .mucn anS 4,0 Ot oltn 11y lly1g 10 'Htl at5.uO? t l-, gtlg oL tile "'rl4,t,'" Willie 1110 umJllll .cMl toll uep ithuI trf e u- oL' .'. rsal deareS 1 leauer. ctado Intl "'ma1tr0O 1' .ortlIllai,'.svey te1. lplJo.lu4rng p ros. lihen comes t10 nttgtlc. T'nutoe otre lOto ctllllnllg ells an11 ga1lopin0 g 1 nvl?if . gree ealt t iltrOmlaculul auootllg. 1u1u- ult.l* 111e elsaolme eg11s Witr1 , aeu UCtuo1 t .e leader of tuie OUIlaW, or t1 th1e ur1·o . youlng miller wto is protecUing th1e 11ue 1lsseng1rnl witl 111 trusty al'-duOnuMr. b!y (ay of eontrat, leru is a '11;u araWu urlVer uaec11Ut 01 r111 "lltiu-up.' i a.. olid mlalt0 rovar...
DOCTORS' MOTOR CARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
-OCTOBtS' MOTOB-CARS. Some time ago a chauffeur in the town of Tours was foolish enough to ran over two policemen. Whereupon the mayor of the city issued a decree fxing the speed limit of all motors within the prt? incts of the cita at six and a-half miles an hour-a speed which would give even tihe fattest policeman or councillor a splorting chance of escape. The doctors of the city addressed petition to the mayor requesting that their motors of necessity and mercy should be exempt irom the provisions of Ihis decree. The councillors hela an extraordinary meet ng,. at which, after a heated sebate, thley rejected the doctors' demand, on this, among other grounds,. that "we do not see our way to permitting dootors, in addi tion to the other means which they poesess and which we cannot control, to kill their fellow-citizens by running over thnm." Not tile matter and still less the manner ol this mayoral pronouncement are relished by the good doctors of hours.
STRAWBERRY CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
STRAWBERRY CREAM. Ilgredients: 4oz of ground rice, 1 quart of milk 4o of strawberries, a little cochineal, desiccated cocoanut. 2oz of butter. 2oz of sugar. 10 drops of osseace of vanilla. oil tile rice in the milk,. then add the butter and sugar, also tie essence of vanilla. Stir for 20 minutes alter it boils. till it becomes a smooth custard, which of ?chineal.- Crus the straberries anL spread them in a layer at tile bottom of a dilsh. Pour over thle custard and tet the dies aside to cool. scattering tie desic cated coeounlt ovor theo top.
GOOSEBERRY MOULD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
GOOSEBUEILY 10ULD. Ingredients:' I qt. of Eooseberrios, 1 gill of water, Ioz of gelatinm (previoutly soakedi, Alb of loaf sugar, ioz of ground almoOds. blauched almonds. cýltaxd or C ut the gooseberries and water into a stewpian and simuier until tie fruit is ,(uite soft. Then rub through a slevo ?ud lit oacs, thie pulp into tUe pan. Add tho g?latile, loaL sugrr, and ground almonds. aut when thorouEhly dissolved pour the uIllture into a wet mould. - r~lie quite cold, turn out the pudding ialnd decorato it with blanched aimonids. cut in strips. serve with custard or cream.
CONCERTS AND PUBLIC EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
GONCERTS AND PUBLIC EVENTS .MOONEE - PONDS - THEATRE In Conjunotion irith Amalgamated PiLc turee, Ltd. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGIIT TO-NIOIIT A COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME oInclu dinsg MORPHINE DIANA'S DECISION ly, Hnbshlick. By Nordisk. Also THE KINETOPHONE THE TALK OF THE TOWN. A Bigger Boom Never Known. MONDAY. MONDAY. - FOUNDATION DAY FOUNDATION DAY Commencing at the Maltinee and will be shown for one Maltinee and five nigts only. GERMINAL Germinal Or (:Germinal (terminal MASTER andl MAN Germinal Germinal Length I 850. Germinal Germinal A Film Play for the Germinal .Germnlnal Worker. Germinal Germinal A Story of the Great (lerminal ,Germinal L:abour Uplheaval. Germinal Germinal You saw Germinal Germinal LES IISERABLES Germinal Germinal You will rave over Germinal Germinal GERMINAIL Germinal Germinal enri Krausas the Germinal Germinal Jean. Valjean of. Lea Germinal Germilnal Miaerables excels Germinal Germinal hlimself in this mar. Germinal Germinal .vellout visualisation Germinal Oerminm...