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ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY MONTHLY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
SCOTTISH SOCIETY MONHTLIY SOCIU., 'ithe Masonle tIl, Ascot Vale, was tihe ceeie of tile January social of tile abotve society on Thursday, l)th inst. Tile la tiglu :lin( excitementl of ani election, aud lthe holtlay season otlitaited otatinst tile attendaoce, but. notwithstandlng there was a large gathlerillng to listen to tile folowintt i-artsiea -h-isen htitinute Paten; 'lorrie tlordon. Messra. Fred Harry' and w'ill Sainluo. ani tile 'Hlush larntontsts elessre. Knowles, Rook, anlnd Falser). Mr. A. E. Morrison looked after tile accou Ianlluents. ualld Plper J. U. Harrisnassited it retel party, supplied by Mr. Ueo. ilay, to show their abtlity in dancing. A matchl by Piper Harris opened pro ccctittng tlhet three clever lassaqsdatcedc tile Hilgbhtand Flitg, tlhe reel having to be omitted owint to tthe absence of one of tile dancers. 'ille mnuical. portion was inaugurated by Mr. Yred Harry, who made illsa lrt ap inpearance at these colcerts. Mr. HIarry lts a pileuasing light tenor voic...
OUR CONTEMPORARIES "THE FOOTSCRAY ADVERTISER." ESSENDON TO WILLIAMSTOWN TRAMWAY PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
OUR CONTEMPORARIES '-4-- -'THE POOTSCRAY ADVERTISER." ESSENDON TO WILLTAT8STOWN TRAMWAY PROPOSAL. The longer the proposal to provide tram ways between "hsesidote and Witliams town, via Footscray. is delayed the less chance there is of the scheme ever being gone on with.- In 1916 two. year from now,. the cable 'trams 'of" Melbourne and suburbs will fall into the-hands of some central public authority-eitlher munlci= pal or govornmental--nd when that lirn peon al new roposals will thave to be sanctioned. and carried 'out- by thatbody. But in taking over exoisting, tramwaeys tle authority -entrusted with them will be in duty bodnd to take over all tram way schemes tile promoters of which an' pear to mean business; and It is therefore necessary that tile councils concerned lshoulu get their prolmsals as well for ward as possibtle. The conference which met two or three times made itself a bit ridiculous by selecting an out of the way and round-about route that no sane. business-like gcpe...
"THE FOOTSCRAY INDEPENDENT." FOOTSCRAY QUITE A THIRSTY PLACE. BEER SUGGESTED FOR THE ASKING AT THE STREET TAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
"TIlE FOOTSURAtY INDEPNDEEN l'." FOOTSCRAY QUITE A THIRSTY PLACE. ' BEER: SUGOESTED FOR THE ABSK?JO AT TIHE STREET TAPS. -Members of the Footscrav Political Lao ,hebor League are exercised' ill mind over the fewness nand general unworkableness -of the Water taps in thle streets and a resolution was carried on tile notibtll o Messrs. Day and Quinn tlst their leetling on Tuesday, that thle Council be asked to .provide morg. taps as well as street sani tary ceonveniences. One member suggCest edl that such a motion would come bIetter from tile templeranlce orgalisation, .but. tile mover sternly'relminded tie melmber that tley were not thlere to delegate any ,duty to another body whiclh tlhey sa;w for tlhemselves. Anothrer 10101r iocu larly remarked that the street foulntaiuns mighlt be charged with malt alnd into, but lnl view of the fact thant thle Conn cil's revenue was likelt to be curtailedl by tile rteduction of tile rate, withldrew his uglgestion. Tile general inlpreessionl giv Sa...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
H?OUSEHOLD HINTS Very large bats are extremely difllcull to hang up securely. Tils diflloulty oar be overcome by stitching a loop of tape t&lt; the head-lining of the hat. The loop ii easily slipped over any hat-peg. When an invalid's room needs sweeping the best way is to wipe up the carpel rapidly with ooaree towels wrung out oi cold water. This disposes of tile dlir withlout. annoying the patient either hi dust or noise, and Is tile method employee by trained nuires. To Clean seartlhrogs: Tlloroughly bean the dust out, and then wash all ovel with warm salt and water, and rub wel with a clean, dry cloth. andi tiey wil look as good as new. Poisons of many deseri?ltions, which Ihat been intentionally or accidentally taken may almost instantly be rendered iaram less by simply drinking half a pint e0 sweet oil. A p?rson with a strong con sittutlon might take more. Instead of buying peony packets of tabl: salt. put two pennyworth of lump salt ii a cool oven to dry thoroughly, t...
COLLECTING RATES IN TWO MOITIES ADVOCATED. TO SAVE OVERDRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
COLLECTOI NBC.TATES 1N TWO . [OITIES ADVOCATED. TO SAVE OVERDRAFT. - In place of tilo old system followed slavishly lor so man)- years by tho coun cillors'of building op an overdraft from 'October to June to provide for current -xpenses, the collection of rates - hal yearly would provide, n fund. of ready money to carry -out ai systematic oolicy of public works. ' It is readily undler standable- that wlhen I coulcillor sees the overdraft -tanding at £5000 or £6000 in February that-lie is not going to tlove that. any large undertaking lhall! ie lut. in hand, no matter how great the ned. Thiere is sointthing essentially bhdiness-lik6-- in collectlug rates holt. yeprly.1 For one thling it would save thile eouncili 250 on overdraft -interest. .Tle OMetropolitan Board and the 3Melbourne City'. Concil collect their rates half-year lyd.nd keop goilg on it contintouts Iol icy of !public works. One can imagine what tile position vbnid be of tile man in olrdinary lisiness who allowed Its ac e...
PLUM SHAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
PLUM21 SHAPE Ingredients:. 1 quart of plums. ioz of :elatine. Per hoilil?g water over a quart of plate, let them stand long enough to olften the skins, but not to break them pe l. lour off the water, and when cool eee; and remove thlle stone., taking care R:ne all the juice. So:lk toe of Etlatine a cupful of cold water. Stew the lumos until tender, after adding a cupful of cater Sweeten to taste. then stir tIle hlIr whileo hote into the Relative Serve •ith, whipped creon or custard. Lemon iceo or wine can be usneed with til water if liked.
FOOTSCRAY DISPENSARY. CURTAILS WOOL AND LINT ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
FOOTSCRAY DlISbPENSA?. CURTAITLS WOOL AND LINT ISSUE. The munemlership of tle institution con tinues to make saisfa:ctory plrogrcs, the average nlumber of nmembers on the books of tbe insctition for"the lear was 1th oso~j tslnta As presaged in last hIalf-yearly re o0tfi yoar committeo took action to I. ctleo otttlt of both t coull;tld d tilt. schieti they cootIdrit ?| were -olclg cot too frely to be either proittlate or nec(,l? sciry, alId to tlits riot t?:clltd aI lltutu- to the cartonls niodirait soone inl the dSotrict: -"That in future onlyt ai :lhtwanoce off itb of wotl nod ?lh litot woold |)o llowed tee to any menlmber, exceplt in ttcial cases, swhich were to be so Inlarkel itl prescrlption ook: othierwise,if larger uatntstites were ordered. tie mnemier would Iosrerenirerl to pay for asntie at the whtolesale list price." This. decisio n ap pears to hate had a salutary effeettat stopping the leakage, as the hleatd dispeti ser revorts that attire the regulatton Iltl eome into for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
PUBLTC NOTICES. JOIN A LIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. y becoming a MEMBER OF OO.I ESSENDON, No. 740, Ancient Order Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIE World wide Order. Lowest Rate of so tributions from Is Id per week. Sl Par. £1 per week. Funeral Benefits, £ :1 £10. Particulars from members, or W. A. CADWALLADER. Se e 9 Ardoch street, Essendo BOOT AND SHOE EXPERT. A. G. E. SMITH 142 PASCOE VALE RD.. MOONEE POND Branch Shop at 33 Mt. Alexander roa Ascot Vale tunder the management of M Patrick). Repairs in Up-to date Style at Moderal Prices. Hand-sewn Work a Speciality. LATHAM LOCAL BILL POSTER 4 Flioders Bnildings, City. Telephone 312 Moonee Ponds Telephone. 76 Asoot. J. CHEESE ABSH BUTCHER. CORNEB MOUNT ALEXANDER ROAD an TAYLOR STREET. MOONEE PONDS. Prir Lowest. (lanitr Rest. aOtteantn A TRIAL BOLIOITED. ALSO AT NORTH MELBOURNE. ALFRED STEBBINO, DEPTFORD LAUNDRY 17 MARIBYRNONO RD., ASCOT VALE. (Opposite Masonio Hall). Awarded Silver Medal the Victorial Laundry Association, Melbourne Eshi...
TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
TURF TOPICS By Even Time. RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY. 6. - ADELAIDE RACING CLUB. Nominations, January 12; weights, January 15; acceptances, January 23, !A. GEELONG RACING CLUB. Nominations, January 19; weights, January 21. 24. AUzT'1ALIAN. JOCKEY CLUB. ri. ILLIAMSTOWN' RACING SCLUB. 26. CAMPERDOWN TURF CLUB. 26. MERBEIN RACES. 27. ADELAIDE RACING CLUB. 28, 29, 31. TASMANNIAL TURF CLUI.--Nominations, January 13; weights, Launceston Cup and Stee plechase, January 21; acceptances, Launceston Cup and Steeplechase January 24. 30. NEWNHAM RACING CLUB. ominations, January 13; weights, January 29. 31. SANDOWN PARK RACES.
FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
FEBRUARY. 3, AVENEL TURF CLUB. ,I, 5. BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB 4, 5, 7. TASMANIAN RACING CLUB.-Nominations, January 13; .weights, Hobart Cu Jan. 29. 7. W AMSTOWr •"? RACING CLUB. 11; VICTORIAN CLUB. 14, 21. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB-- Nominations, January 6' weights, January 27; acceptances: February 12. 18. MOONEE :VALLEY RACES. 28, .March 3, 5,7.. VICTORIA, RAC. ING' CLUB VICTORIA RAC 11. I MOONEE' 14. VICTORIA AMATEUR"--T..? CLUB. 18. SANDOWN PARK RACES. 21. MUONEE VALLEY RACES. 25. SUNBURY RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. 31r. M. P. Considino has arranged a good progranmme to be held at Sandown Park on January 31st. Tile chicf event will be tile Sandown Park Handicap of 10Isos. over one mile. As this is one of the most popular down-the-line courses. patrons always look forward to having a good afternoon's racing. There Is a pood deal of discussion at the present time among sporting critics in reference to the handicaps to be al lotted to tile two champion two-year-olds in the Oaklei...
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
ESSENDOLN CITY COUNCIL * --^- * MYODAY. JANUAI'lY 19. Present-m.All except Crs. Lyons and Rhoden. Correspondence. E. Woods wrote as to the planting o! trees in ihurtle street, asking to be .ill lowed to plant sugar gulms and erect tree guards.--eerwassion granted. 0. Pickernn wrote as to the bad conl ditiou of footway in Taylor street. be twoeu Margaret street and the railwa,. on t u soutli side.--Referred to estimates, the surveyor to report. W. F. 0i. Steele brought under notice ilecoundition of tite soulth side ofl lcCully street. suggestilg that the path be as ihalted on the south side. being the main Ihorougstare to the statiusn.--e(erred to committee for consideration. Adamsoil, Strettle and Co. wrote its to lt?o [ootway in E0om road. and asl(iel that it be aslpbal ed.--.ferred to elti j. %iitchell. Washington street, asked if it was intitended to metal tile tlloroueliTe whlieh was ill a dangerous state.-tTo he informed it will be the next street metalled. John Coutts and othe...
TENNIS MICKLEHAM. MICKLEHAM TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
TENNIS -4-+--- MICKLEHAM. 3MICKLEILAM TENNIS CLUB. A most enjoyable afteruoon was spent on tile Miclenarm court on Saturday last, wheI teams from the newly-forimed clubIs, Ureenvalo and Micklehait, met to try conclusions. On the previous Sat urday, a few Micklehan players, who, o shlort notice visited Urcenvate, were easily deleated. to ou the 17th every cl tort was made to turn tile tables. After a stubtorn cotttest, ill which mansy bright rallies and bkilful excballge-o occurred, victory rested with licklebam, who scor ed ots (61 game s to urenvale's 4 sets Sgames). Details were as 1 follows:- Mitss Henderson tnd Lanford Ibeat Miss Millar and Millar. 6-5. and lMitss Ericksot antd McNish. 6-2. Miss Johnson andll Leach beat Miss ]Hall 1and Cox, 6-5, and Miss Wills tnd Wills, 6-5. Miss Vincent and Williams beat Mliss Wills and Wills, 6-. and Miss Hall and Cox. 6-3. LMr. Johnson and Henderson beat Mliss Erictson and eNish, 6l-4, and lost to Miss .Millar and Millar. 2-6. lHenderson and...
Essendon Council's Balance Sheet. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
SEssendon Council's Blalance Sheet. 'The anllu statemelnt of accounts and b;alance sheet for the year erl.eg 31th Sepltember were adopted i, tin Essen don Cotl ncil on Monday evenial. The Scure bhlOw tlat a raTte of 2s war t,,tsalk on 23rd December. 1912. on a toll V.lll atian of £215,695 13s 4d. The allllllt of the rate was £21,569 13s 4d, ald the tot0al amount collected was £21,398 4s 10d. being 9') per cent. fhis left only £171 out tandling. which is a splendid record. The tuIota receipts were £29, 7t0 3s 4d, of which £21,601 l7s 10d was received from rates. The aexpenditure amounted to £29,1094 s 9d, le.ving a redit balance of £676 Is 7d to carry forward to thb now year n ý n
Essendon Military Fete. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Essendon Military Fete. The fete to he held in Queen's Park, in eonnection with the- equipment of the drill hall has been fixed for Saturday 28tlh March, and a meeting of the general conmmittee will he held in the Council Chamber, Ploonee Ponds. on Friday next. 23rd inst., at.8 .m., to consider the re port of the executive committee, and to deal with general businless. It is to be lhoped there will hbe a food attendance, the object bging such a deserving one. The Mayoress .has also called a meeting of mothers sisters and friends of the citizen soldiers and senior cadets, and tils will be hild at the Council Chamber, Mioonee Ponds, on Tuesday next, 27th inst., at 3 -p.m. -
The City Abattoirs. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
The City Abattoirs. At the Melbourne City Council on Mon a!:y. nuthoeits was' sought by the ch.ir maI of th6 Abattoirs :committee (Al:rr esman Jefllries : to -proceed with tile erer ion of cinlother slaughlter house for cat? tie, at an estimated cost of £9500. Al derma Jelffriee pointed out that the out put from the cattle slaughtering section of the abattoirs had increased by over 50 per cont. ia the past five Vears. The increase had-' been so rapid that even with the additional accommodation pro vhied by tile new slaughter. house pre viously nauthorised, which would be com plected next montll at a' cost of £6000. it would be impossible to demolish the old blueslone. cattle slaughtering blocks, ivlhich it was desired to remove to make roonm for the necessary chilling chambers. The carrying out of tile extension now giroposed would, howeveor. not only cover present 'requirements, but would allow teh old slaughter houses to be pulled down. When that bad been done tile committee would...
CITY OF ESSENDON Return of New Buildings Registered [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
CITY OF ESSENDON Return of New Buildings Registered -- Quarter Year Year 1913 Ward ending ending ending compared 31112113 31112113 31112112 with 1912 Ascot Vale 50 125 117 8 increase Essendon 31 120 111 9 increase I. Ponds 30 121 113, 8 increase Aberfeldie 36 95 1 71 24 increase Totals 147 461 412 49 Return of Shops, Stables, Additions &c. Registered. Quarter ending Year ending : 3112113 11"12/13' Ward .. Slips S'bs Ad'ns tNOEShpsh'bsAd'sthN0' A.Vale 7 4 2 - 7 10 71lclr Essnda.-- - 3 2 " 2 a?5hall MIPonds 1 2 - - 10 7 1 Ab'rf'lde 1 1 - 1 3 9 9 6 - 20 25 32 2 I Not Otherwise Enumerated Total number of buildings of all classes re gistered during the year ended 31/12/13 540. 1). Cameron, Town Clerk
CORRESPONDENCE THE PROPOSED MOTOR-BUS SERVICE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
CORRESPO6 \ t 1ENCE" TIIE PIiOPOSCED MOTOR-BUS SERVIOCE. To the Editor. Sir.-WhIllo Ithe residents of thibs growinlg city will Ihe glad to learnI that somn pro vision is being tmade for travelling efacll ities, it is to lie ioped that tile City. eountillors are ilot-goitg'to allow, thenia ,elves to be leg-oped' to a schem i thich will involve ttem- financially in a tan gle. If I amn not bereft of intelligence.. the sonheme. it Is proposed accordint to scswspiiier reports, is ollne of-the sillcest idilio it is possible to concelrve, andi if its?a protlet, tle scheme will not be ,xirectel to earn enoughI money to pay tsr grrasint the wlheels of tile cotnvey a]i o. 'Ilter- Is plesnty of scope of ilnter cwiltliltattton in this itstrict. sutch as Istl .]ty l'lrt Aterfeldie. and other parts if tlie dlir-ritt famishinli for travelllng i t, [l:ya Yours. etc.. PiOOciREs'5 figit days after its fall intiti i ]sitse haflt 100ft deep oi tie I'endarvts Estatle, CatitllOl'lle, : vailnIable dog les...