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RECEIPTS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
'RECEIPTS To Rates Cuirrent ... ... £1743 8 6 ,, Arrears ... ... 53 16 1 ,, Interest .. ... 12 16 7 DogFe ... ...... 60 10 0 Licenses .. ..."2 0 0 Nightsoil Permits .:. 9 0 0 Publicans' Licenses ... 80 0 0 Government Grants 4... 30'17 3 Reserves Rent : 14 10 0 Private Contributions 25 10 0 S:liscellaneous -... ... 14 19 0 Cemetery Fees .... ... 13 0 0 Contractors' Deposit ... 5710 0 Grazing Fees 2... . .. 24 13 0 Pound Fees . 78 6 6 Grant, Sanatorium Road -99 7 10 Joint Works, Kellor Shire 15 18 1 ,, Coburg Town 99 10 7 Loan Relund ... ... 42 0 0 Loan Interest Refund ... 3 5 0 Sale of Old Fencing . 1 1 0 Campbellfield Reserve ... 10 0 0 Balance 30/9/1913... . 533 7 7 :£3425 7 0 EXPENDITURE By Balance, 1/10/1912 .. £120 17 2 Day Labour . . 359 14 9 Main Roads Maintenance 969 10 1 Maintenance Metal ... 664 11 5 Road Construction ... 221 9 1 Maintenance ... ... 53 12 2 Stonebreaker . .. ... 56 14 4 Street Lighting ... ... 22 0 0 Tree Planting . 13 3 9 Culvert Construction ... 70 17 6 P...
GENERAL NEWS DOG SENSE. SAGACIOUS ANIMAL REFUSES TO RISK HIS LIFE. TURNS DOWN FISHING TRIP. WHICH NEARLY ENDED IN TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
GENERAL NEWS DOG SENSE. SAGACIOUS ANIMAL REFUSES TO RISK HIS LIFE. TURNS DOWN FISHING TElI'. WIIICHI NEARLY ENDED IN TRAGEDY. Doea dog possess suffliient intelligence to warn him' of impending danger? Or is it that natural impulse, more fa miliarly known as instinct. that prevents -'lm Irom exposing himself to risks? It is not the purpose of this article to discuss the proportions of intoelligence or inatinct in the cantne nature. Dogs. as we are all aware, at times dial}ay extra ordintary sagacity. especially where the element ot danger predominates. But there is one dog in Sydney which exhibit ed such a renmarkable amount of pure common sense last week as to make one wonder whether lie is reatly erpossead or the gift of thoughlt. The dog's name is '"illy." It woutld be ditlicult to del ine his breed. but outward allpearaltnet siggeot a strain of the common cattle dog. "Billy" point-blank refused to accom pany his master. 31r. Angust Sorensen. of "Doratndo Villa;" Borrodale road. K...
Essendon A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
On Thuriday,. tlh inst., the above-nam edbhranch held their usual meeting in the Ensendon town hal buildings, there being a very fair attendance. Tile branch waa declared open in the osnal way by the sreasidentitrs. Shaddock. Tile secretary then called the roll of oltcers, there being only one or two absent. All accounts were read and passed for payment, and three new members for thLe branch pro posed amd seconded. Blusiness was then general. The reading and discussinsg of a l nbanking attern. and several other small matters formed all the busi ness. The branch menting was then de clared closed. The syllabns item for the evening was a "Conundrum Evening,': ar ranged by Mrs. Patent which caused a considerable amount of fon. as well as thinking, a very few of the members being able to answer any of tile questions. The next meeting. on Jannary 129, in to be fol lowed by a card evening among members of the branch.
For Everything Musical. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
For ~Everything Musical. Attention is directed to the advertise "s-t of M£r. Matthises, the gramophono sialist, of 31 Pucllo street. aoonnee 1 ds. Latest sheet music and songs, gramophones, zonophones and records. pianos and organs may heO obtained. .Pianos tuned and all instrumonts re salesman, of Syencer street, Mehlbourn,; advertises a clearing sale at Tullamarino on Wednesday. January 2Mth. at 1 o'otock. of horses. plant. impltements. " vehicles. manger hsay tantcs, utc., under instruc tions from Mr.Gco. Mansfield, sho has disposed of tis property. Tim property is enown as "Qusenleigh." and is situ ated *on tho Bulla road. 9 miles Irom telbourno. Buyers-cams attend this sale withm confidence, as everything otlered me for bona-fde nale. - Further psertienlars are advertised in another column. _ -+- .
Moonee Ponds Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Moooes Potids Theatre. At this favourite theatre to-night tile maniagement have arranged a complete lhange of progr.mme. and tihe star. pic tures will be "Morphiue." and "Diana's Decision," followed by some other good o 'es. Te wondler?ul kinetoplhonc--the tblk of ti.- ,wo--wilt l w usoo tile s?suraotinnst. .... ..'-e~ " -Se'~ tlnt ntghetty at this theatre, anld nood Ilouses are thie rule. On Mollday , N.A. A Dy, commencing at the mtatinee, and lasting also for five igltse. "Geri tinal." or the "Master and the Man," wtill le shown. This is at icture etenditgl over 85001t., and h os olly to bo sectl to be aplreteia ted. It is a cinenlatograph adaltation in eight Iparts of Zoht's f[mnous allegory. and is a tost realistic ipicture all through. It is a film play for the work er, being a story of the great labor Ulp lteaval. Otlt of tile tsicttre. details how thle strike was unttallnhOttsly declared. and in atotheor, it is slhowns how Sotivar ino endeavoured to cotltect Lantier to Nihili...
Sunday Railway Facilities. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Sunday Railway Facilities. "Scrutator" writes--"Tho inrush of pas sengers at tile statioln on Sunday morn ings on the Esseondon line, particularly at )tooneo Ponds, is siite beyond the scope of attention of the railway officials. Last Sunday morning, for exnample, about 30 passengers missed the first train through inability to get tickets served. Why on earth is only one ticket window opened whlen there is ample accommoda tion provided by additional windows. but not used. I don't blame the local indi vidual who is doing his best issuing ex cess fares. Tile exact aimount to be com puted is something in the shape of a conundrum. Pram tickets, dog tickets, fares to anywhlere andcl everywhere, which is enough to engage his attention-but I do blame the Commisusioner for the - un dermanning. and the local authorities for lot operning tile window until the- train is just coining into tile station. Will our councillors get a report on this mat ter with a view of more attention to Sun day tr...
Essendon Public Hall [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Fissndiion Public lhall On Saturday night last, at tile above hall. sonme splendlid lieturec were shown. .unongst tlhem being "Never to fleturnl Road," "Out of the Jaws of Death," "The lied Light." Uphill Climb," I"idtlo and Seek," "River Clyde." "iHeroic Harold." "Pimple Joins the Army," and others. Tlley were pot on the coreell in a capable miniecr and were thoroughly enjoYed by tlie large arudience present. 'rIe orcý a tra wa- s a full one. and overytlliltl IslIa sCl off satifanctorily. The star pictures for next Saturday will be "Truth Will Out." and " Stolen Fate." The mano antmeoit are Just coin letie na splendid wide staircase, w llo gives acc tredu t 'i nice riditouig rosom plestairs ot . lMdi room. on one silc, is a caluacioun billiard room which is jiust being nnished. rlhin is beieg . fitted op with two of the lbest tables. and has been let to t good tenant. n the othlier side of the reading room is a large club room' aid when tlite hass the fnishing touchea spt to it. it...
LOBSTER A LA NEWBURGH (AMERICAN). [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
LOBSTER A LA NEW3BBOIG (AMIEI1CAN). Cut tile mrat of two boiled lobsters into small pieces. Place in a chafing-dish with a lump of butter the size of an egg, alittle salt auid piepper. dimmer until hot. and while simmering add one gill of sherry. Add 1I pisit of cream, and let all come to 1a bJol. While boiling add the broken (not heatenu yolks of ive eggs. Care must he taken as the eggs aroe added to keen tilo mass in motion (but not by stirring) until llot and creamy. This is'done by liftinl the pan from tile fire every three or four seconds, moving quickly back wards an! forwards to produce a wave like motion. This last injlunction is in portant. SerVe on smnll. rounds of toast Id aud bluttered breald, dish up noatl,. garnisli witll fried parsley aid serve hot.
GERMAN SEMOLINA PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
CEISAK SOL'&NA' 1PUDDISG. Stir gradually into a pint of boiling Iilk 2oz semolinal. and Ia tiece of butter tite size of a walonut. Keep stirring tilt tuite thick, and then set aside to cool tlienu cool enough. but not cold. mix "Yel! in tile yolks of 2 eggs. and sugar to taste, wit it tiavouring ot lemon or vanilla or S:la ,it.er flvourite essence. Beat up the w\llttes of tle eggs thoroughly. and add to tile rest. Butter a tin moluld. and line it thickly with ino breadcrumba or rasn ingt ilavoured witit a little powdered eim1mnn. Sil;lao 1ii hour, and nerve with a hiuiit sauce round it. being careful to cotttider tie flavouring usot in mnakinig chloice oh Iruit for the sauco. a ti9 Q
LOBSTER A L [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
epi Cal LOBISTEBt Ai'& ' i -Doll the losrter for a Remove the shell. Cut V e sized pieces. 1 oy plt.., good piece of butter i at casserole, r saucepan, with some fnely-chopped onion and eschalolt. rook. and browu tliem. Then add a little flour. brown. and moisten witli some of the wine and water the lobster hans bee t)k(td in. put in nsufficienit salt and pep per. with a small niece of narlic anud a pinch of herbs, tilhe pieces of lobster. and stir gellty. Sieihmer till cooktd. Then add tvfo thloespoon#i of good tomato sauco al ldy hleated and tlavoured witll, a little otgoll ardI l a a11oll glass of cognac. Serv' in ti e casserole Voer hot. Do not have Z1e -,u, tos thlick. If it should be so. add ;i little of the tlot wilte and water. 'o ilihalf a uint of wine and water allow 2oz bhutler. on tflour. 2 esclialots. and ialf : smr ll onio. Shiould tlhe lobster bo tIoighlt cooked, just stol) the shell in th wvine and water for ten minutes.
CINNAMON PUDDING (GERMAN). [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
UIXs1AMO\ i utaii1:?Gi u?ERMAN). lic'uirei: ilb flour. ilb breaderumbs. 2oz butter. 3.oz currants 2oz candied peel toaurel 200 suyar.- teaitsloi Of powdered cinnamon and :t very little nutmeg. wiub ,ii the dry ingrediellta well together. take from a quarter of It pint ot mllkr nlne tablespoonful with whlich mix a mall teaisloolllUl o carbonate of onodt. 'hea mix tmi withc the remainder of the milk. ilaily addling tile oilier ingredients. stor rito' ;ll the time. or tile soda will sinkl o tle ibottom. lieat weli together, and early Illi at well-greased mould. lunge tlie mould inlto boiling water, and boll for h lours. Srie ewitlh sauce.
FOOTSCRAY FOOTBALL CLUB. DISGUSTED OFFICERS CONTEMPLATE RETIREMENT. IS THE GREED OF PLAYES THE CAUSE? [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
FOOTSCRAYFOOTBALL OLUB. . D)LSOUSTED OF1PJCE5, CONTEMPLA'E IIETIREMIENT. IS THiE GREED OF PLAYERS TUE CAUSE? According to isudired pres reports tile F'ootscray FootlsII Club is thlreatoned. as It was similarly threatened last year. with the los of thLree important ollicers in Messrs A. t;ricowood ,aecrotary), A. 'urllner Itreaureri. and V. It. Hyatt (as sistanlt secretary), and there is Ino doubt thiot their platos will bI hard to fill. 'roba:ll', if it L thle lIntetioa of the getllulsil to retise from Lilo Iposiiolns they lhtve held with consideratble suteeeas. thoy have good reason for their aetiol. hut lie excuseo ut forward-that tIhey a:re dliscouragd by the lathi of itansiial as siastanic s by sUlplsorters of the club--is sie that is lhardly fair to sullorters. T'hougli the ot1icialI fiurea have not yet ee?s, Ibiubsiohtd, it ilt probably e loiulld that thlle Footseray hb tad more revelllle ast onsot tiiltn ally olther Assosiation club. autd ill those ctlrtutstanlles to say ltat...
A NOVEL DISPENSARY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
A NOVEiL I)IHPENvAitY POIN'T'. One of , the local lodgoLr i diIplay'inC aotFidcrahle cotcern, tand legal piro'eed. inge have ,iep hinted at. becen the nrtanflentlen of the Footceray diupen nary declined to give it patient u. I;air wash ordered by hiso mcdieal man. in less paymnent were andn. A-cording to otateteonto maide it was found necesotlry to administer to the tatient in. questtot Spiowerful drag to prevent brain tron i hl ttervcelning olil nlUielunza," which drug taI a had effect oil tile hair. rllet camne the necssity for o Inlr tonic and the argument of the lodge of which the npatlent is a member, is that the hair wasth wax reqnired medicinally. Just as if ithe eyes hld bern ilfeeotei by the drug, an eye-lotion would pmrobabiy lnve been required and ordered. - The dipentary contontion is thant hair-wash is outside the order of "tliinKs that tile dispensary undertakes to provide; a kind of Inxnry° indeed. and thlta if a patient desires its aid to keep his Ihair on. so to spe...
FOOTSCRAY PARK. BEAUTIFYING THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
FOOTSCRAY PARK, BEAUTIFYING 'iHE RIVER. Steady progress is being made by tile Footscruy Park Beautification Committee in tile direction of making tile park at tnractive to residents, and that the otfort is apprecuiated is shlown by tile increas ingly large numbers of people who vi sit tile place, especially on Sunday after. noons. Thanks to tihe good offices of Mr. H. Byron Moore. tie committee recently secured from the tV.R.C. the artisticalty? designed weighing hIouse and stewards' room that for years did'duty at Fleming ton. and this fins been re-erected ill two Sectleos: one portion formilg a coonfer able -caretaker's cottage occupied by ar. iHambleton, assistant gardener to tie, Footscray Council, tihe other all orn:ate band - rotunda and refreshment kiosk. ?ihe work of removal and re-erecion cost tile .committee about £150. but tihe money has been well seent asti, buildings are worth fully £500 lnd are It distinct as. set to the park and municipality. Natu rally the committee....
AN EXPANDING REVENUE. FOOTSCRAY'S NOVEL SCHEME OF ECONOMY. COUNCIL EMPLOYS NATURE'S SCAVENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
AN EXPANDING REVENUE. FOOTSCRAY'S NOVEL SCHIIEME OF ECONOMY. COUNCIL EMPLOYS NATURE'S SOAVENGER. There -wre some ratoepayers who can not understand how it is that. if the affairs of the city were effectively ad ministered five years ago on a gross -rev -oue of £18.,000, the press advocate of high valuations and high rates contends that it is now impossible to do practical ly the same work on a 2s Ad rate, that. with other income will realise t revenue this year of £34,000. Peoplo Ilave been unkind enough to unthintkinlgly aver that tile reason is that monley is frittered away, but tlhere are, to conlfotnd this allegation, evidences ol all sides of econ omieal management, Take the work of street sweepinglle for istataee. Years ago heouliti psrnil/tin it s tart Snot rI t- nwo.p cte si'hlInnSs]. Itlt t, ,o to t. n~~ld or ett'': rlru r'"tc -iffý";iitý:tat~iIeto Lr1:r of tile strong winds that blhw to do t-e removing. An itnstlan?l of the effective lIles of this economical arrangemenl t ...