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PIGEON HOMING [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
PIGEON HOMING Thile lsseadon District Hiousming ociety lhas held two young birds' races to date, with the following result:-January 24. Lyosville (47 miles air-lln)--J. Ward, vel. 1,i26 yards per minute, 1; J. Quinlan. 1.!9 yards per minute, 2; W. II, Iesdall. 987 yards per minute, 3. January t.L 3yoncille--J. Quinlan, evl. 884.5 yards per minut.?, 1; A. Stewart, 884.1 yards per minute. t: J. Ward. 882 yards per minute. 3. -
"MOONBLINK" VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
"MOON ! ,IN K" VI'TLIM F. ie narn of vlesi?hpi in the toonliiht, it you wish to a:sid "llolnhlitsk." MoBln 'it land rtomalnce are, arccording to tra dition., allest illseparabhle. But mloonli]tlht :oletinlel clsilllts its own victims atnd they aIre then said to Ihe sulfering front thm unlllroantltl ailection knowl as "anooll Idink." That i the uname given to a tenlllosrary blitldness said to ho due. ac: cordillg to tile Lancet. to sleeping ill tnh ioonlihtlt of tropical eilnates The writer adds that there is even n lllnte ; death. the calle of whliclh wan oliciallyI ltated to hIe exposltre to moonlighlt. A ,olldon doctr askecd for his opinion said: -"''Tholgh I have never heanrd of a Iperson becominot itlsano or dyingc from exposltre to theu lilht of the moon, I to Iknow that some Iersolls ]ecote more excited antl very rOnlalltie at tile tilntes welen the lonl(ll is eithler lnes or full. It i :a singeltar fort that in antltIS lunatircs havo to he sup pilied iltll extra ldocs of medi...
USEFUL HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
'USEFUL HINTS -4----- Specks on the back of the glass of an overmautet are most frequently caused by slight dampness in the wall. When fix Isg overluantel take an ordinary cork, about loin., or slightly larger. in diameter, _and cut into four slices about lin tlick Tack tlles with one stall thck eacht to le four caorners of the back of the over miantel, when thley will keep the glara just far enough n aay fromn the wall to ensure a passage of air and so pretueit the damopi from ca using specks. When mixiniFg beeswax arld turpentile t cleani furniture or aolisel floors add one sallllll piece of aiphnhor to half a Uint o turplentine. This rlotsesC the dirt ifrom tie articJ ind iI proiinucts a irilliant p? isti with little lateicur. Furniture polish hasi little or nio efifect piues taihio, bt if i ile dirt is well cleaned olff witih a' daii clot, ao d when lthoronlytly dry a coatiig sit perfectl clyhar varlijh, is givei i. thel result will ble foultd sur prisli?gl. Wiildows and drawers...
MOTOR 'BUSES PROPOSED SERVICE FOR ESSENDON. THE COUNCIL DISCUSSES. AND REFERS BACK TO COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
MOTOR 'BUSES . PIROPOSED SERVICE FOR ESSENDON. THE COUNCIL, DISOUSSES.-r aND sEFE?I BACK TO COMMITTEE. d At thl Essendon Council meeting on r .onday night, the following reconmmenda d tions of the committee of the whole coun cii were considered.. vi : -. That in connection with the proposed S motor bus service, the secretary. to the conference be:informed that this council approves, to the 'Bill subject to the follow ing asmendmonto :-. (a) That the chairman shall be one o1 tim council's representatives, who Sshall be appointed by the Trust, hanld the position' shall be honorary. (b) That in lieu of a paid chairman a manager be appointed. 'c) Routes:--The southern route shall start from the corner of UDrlins street and Maribyrnong ronad, thence by tlihat road, Mt. Alexasnder road and Ormond road to Bruns wick; and thel northerns route shall start front the corner .of Marlbyr Hong road and Darling street, thence by thlat street, Holmes road, Puekle street, Mt. Alexulder road, St. Tho...
CRICKET RICHMOND V. ESSENDON. RICHMOND. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
CRICKET ----.-.. RICHMOND V. ESSENDON. RICHMOND. First Innings. G. Allan. c Proud b Shea ... . Z A. D)ean, o .yan b Binney ......... 33 J. Gooley. b liuney ........... 2 A. Lampard, c Hyan b Dinney ......4 F. Morgan, b Shea ........... 9 F. Hillier, c Pitman b Binney ...... - A. Kelso, b Mahon ... .. .. ...... H z. Stewart, c Pitman b Shea ......... 21 w'. Macrow, b n out ... . 8 J. Mackary, c Ryan b Shea ...... 2 L. Schrape, not out .................. Sundries .. ... ......... ............ Total ... ... ...... . ........ 13 Bowling.-fBinncey four wickets for 36; Shea, four for 56; Mallein, one for 6: Proud. none for 28. ESSENDON. First Innings. H. Proud, c Lalnpard b Allan ...... . Hianna, c Allan b Mackay .......20 1'. .tt10 b Macrow ....... ........ E. Kennedy, not out ...............45 A. Pitman. not out ............... 2 Sundries ............ ... ... ........ 1? Three wickets for .......... 131 Bowling.--Macrow, one wicket for 39 runs; Mackay, one for 28; Lampardl, Ilon1 for 26...
SECOND ELEVENS. ESSENDON V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
SECOND ELEVENS. ESSE NDON V. RI1CIONU. This iatch wns commenced on Saturday, in perfect weather. and on a perfect wicket, at Richmond. Richmond won tlhe toss, and with everything in their favour, aecided to bat. They opened to the bowl ing of Wheatley and Chellew, anld the first wicket fell in Wheatley's second over. ThiL very encouraging start was assen don's only comfort all day. for from then on. the batsmen logan to pile up the runel and tile lieldsmen were hept very busy. Flty boundaries were scored during tlhe afternoon. Essendoi's attack was weak. for this is the third consecutive innings that 253 runs and over have been scored against them. 'T'ho fielding was keen, one or two chano. being missed. but this is excusable in a score of 400 runs. lvery time a ball passed a fieldsnman it wrenst to Sle boundary-cuLfs owna. to ?anll p ay ' _ ° rr,:. ry'ror r°"ari war ling was better thlan lhis igures ' fori he ad two chances mmased.. 1'11 bent l7eamen bor- Richmond were Sheppard, Ri...
SCOTTISH CRICKET. ESSENDON V. SOUTH AND PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
ESSESIDO? V. SOUHI AND PORIrs. Thie match with South and Ports society is always looked forward to by tlhe sup porters of the local team. There was a good atteodance of supporters of botll sides. irnlumhaw won toe toss and de cided to bat, sending in lBoenie and Wood. Wood was given out caught behind tile wicket-1 or 0. G. Rose followedll, but after seeing B. Bennio score 5, was bowled by Butler toe a lduck--2 for 5. ti. Grimo.haw came next, and he and Bennie added 5 runs before Bennuie was caught at leg for 63 for 10. Gi. Thomas, after scoring 6, was stutmped ol Butler's bowling-4 for 17. If. Forsyth ecored 5, and was bowled by Densl--5 for 25. Meikle went in, only to see Grimshaw bowled by Butler lfor 14-6 for 33. A. Bruce, with Meikle. addedl 14 ruls before Meikle was caught off Blt ler-7 for 47. C. Wllitlelaw w;as stumlped off J. Deau's bowling--S for 51. A. Cam eron followed, but Bruce was cauglht ill the longfleld oil Butler-- for 54. A. Bailey was last batsman. but alter seor...
Subdivisional Sale of Allotments. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
Subdivisional Sale of Allotments. Messrs. Membre;. Deanoe and A. E. Young, auctiooneers in eonjllnction. adver tise an important sale of villau sites, celln trally situated at Daisy. Florelnce and \ashlingtol street. quite close to the Es seoldOu station. Plans are now available. ilie terms tare exceptiollal--£10 deposit on each lot and balanco extending over 5 years at 5 per ccnlt. ThIe streets are all made -and metalled in the estate, whicii is an item in itself. Thle sale is arranlged for Saturday, 14th February, on tihe ground, at 3 o'clock.
Tadgell Bros. Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
Tadgell Bros.7' uctiou Sale. On Thursday, February 12. at 6 For rester street, Esselldon. Messrs. Tadgell Bros.. it conjunction rwith E. L. Gauld. will sell by ulblic auction, furniture at elvcl o'clock, an property at twelv. o'clock. 'ITe property consists of a d.f. brick villa dwelhrng, coataining 6 rooms nd conveniences, on land e5ft a I20ft. The Sale is by order of the executors of tibe late Mirs. Janet Holden. Farther particu tars are advertised. Messrs. Tadgell Brothers will sell by p'ublic auction on S? turday, February 1.4, at 3 o'clock. - at 140 Park street, Moonee L'onds, a cotmpauct and comfortable brick villa, "Bell-,ly-Ctree," contaniing 7 rooms, vestibule. bathroom, etc.; electric light. 'tire place is soewered and has ttabling anld outbuildings. • ,t?;
No Smells in Footscray. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
No Smells in Footscray. Footscray councillors at their meet- - ing recently, resented suggestions that;.? smells from the district were borne on' the wind to Essendon. The Board ofr Health directed the attention of the Council to the complaint from Mr. J.~ Braithwaite, headmaster at the Highr mcr" Elementary School at Essendon, of very bad smells which were carried b south or south-west winds. cr' '1.. Drew, the Mayor, moved that the Board be informed that the smel did not come from Footscray, but from:> the other side of the river, and the Melbourne City Council was to blame. Cr. H. Jenkins, in seconding the mo tion, said that the south or south west wind did not blow from Foots. cras to Essendon. Cr. A. Shillabeer said that there were no smells in Foot of Health knew where he smells came from, without witing to Footscray. The motion was carried.
RECIPES PARKIN AND OTHER RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
RECIPES PARKIN AND OTHER RECIPES. Yorkshire Parkin.-Allow 2 pounds of golden syrup and one pound of tr, dlo to stand by the side of the fire tntil sullticiently liquid to pour easily from the vessels containing them. ;Rub a h;lf-pound of butter, or butter and elther fat mixed, into four pounds of line oatmeal then add two small tea .upfula (tib) of brown moist sugar, reo tablespoonfuls (soz) bf ginger, and Iwo teaspoonfuls of salt. Stir in the golden syrup and treacle, and add milk gradually until all the oatmeal is naistened-usually 'about a half .pint. Bake it rather slowly in three or four well-greased shallow tins, not necessarily at the same time or on the same day. It should be kept until it softens before being eaten. Iticih Parkin.--Mix together in a saucepan a pound and a half of golden syrup, a half pound of butter, and a teacupful (quarter lb) of brown moist sugar, and allow it to stand by the side of the fire until the butter melts and. the golden syrup becomes quite liq...
A SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
A SEUTUOY. " Flemingeton and Kensingtrii prcjliyteriaol. 173 (A Toptam 65. C. Mcladyen 44. It. Stcr ling 21; Bacon two for 16. Pinlkerton three for 37. Patterson three for 44. Cnllen two for 571, beat South Es endon .Methodist. 75 and 79 (Lidetone 17 and 2, Callenr 12 andr 27. Trcyvaud 20: D. Fentoin .even for 38. A. McFadyenl three for 11. A. 'Triplhamn four for 29. f. -Davier lour for 391, by an irl Intos and 19 rune. Ascot. Vale Churchl ('hrnrt. nine for 25. declared (Itlillbrick 68. TI lorr)5oti 43 niot ont. Soncur 32. Davis 19. II. Waltoni 16: A. raint four for 69. Aludrewnarlth to for 5). mheat Kenslegton Methodist. 117 rdit 60 (A. Gratnt 31. S. Walton 26. Walntsirey 16. Harrap 16. (Grinltrrett 15: It. Walton seven fotr 32. II. Linds:ay three for 24. Moncnr two for 12. Walker ithre for 16:, by anr innings and 51 rluns. loornee Ponlds Metlnoll-i, r.o.. froml New- :tlarket Baptiest.
B SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
B iEU1'JOi1. St. Paul's. 127 ISlmnmds 43. C. ,ambtrrs 23; J. Toptam four for 41. L. Kerr three for 17. beat Ascot Vale :on.-regational. 26 snd 64 ('1'. tones 23. E. King 15; L. 'Tame ivre for 17, Slmmouds heron for 30, East hurn- five for 23, Rlinkhorn ?three for 19), hb an innings and 40 runs. M3oonee Ponds West oethodist., 85 (Giles 0. Robinson 11 not out; Findloy three for 9 . Nixon four for 2.); beat Plemington Methodist At 43 and 40 (Nixon 14 and 11;: ?ansfleld six for 22, Hyde four for 16, Scott two for 13, Duncan two for 15,. sweatman, sen., one for 2), by an innings and 2 rulns. ,tooneo Ponds Mfethodist. 160 (C. 'Trathan 4:), A. Ifosking 40. A. Pullen 22, D. Gibbins 171, boat Flemington Methodist B.'14 and .19 (Stenning ten for 24, Robinson four for 5. fosking five for 17). by an ih pngs and 111 runs.
ESSENDON BAPTIST V. MOONEE PONDS BAPTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
CSSENDON BAPTIST V. MOONE PONDS BAPTIST. These clubs resumed their match- on Sat urday on the former's ground. At the con clusion of -the first day's play, each side hltad Iud an innings each, Essendon getting 129 and Moonee Ponds 64 (3 short). Uoing in ihe second time Esscndon compiled 104, mainly owing to a fino 8th wicket partner llnl between Collier and Thomson, which addeil 46. With 170 to win, the Moonee Ponds tel o0t to' try and get them, but stopple when they got to 81, Essendon thllis winning by 88 runs. The best individual perfornmers wcre:-For Essendon: Parson age 46, Perks 30. Thomson 25, Cbeal 17 and 53, Collier 21, Metcall 10 and 1-hilpott 10; with tho btll: Thomson 2 for 6, Perks 5 for 37. Cross 6 for 23, Collipr 5 for 13 For -oibnee Ponds. the best wore-Steel 28 and 14, McKenzie 12 and 11, Fyfn 17. Daly 14 not out: with the ball: McKenzie 9 tor 7i, Steel 7 for 93, HIooper I for 19. Essendon Baptist play Mloonee Ponds West Methodist, on their ground, at the corner of ...
THE DANGER OF DRUGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
THE DANGERl OF Utuula. Nowadays'we are eonstantly" hearing of deaths from overdoses of drugs which people get into the habit of tacking probably without any proper prescription, and too often without ill adequate reason. In the first place drugs shofild never he resorted to unless there is actual necessity for them. Sleeplessness is frequently a sylmptom of some conditions that ca;in be trealtel, alind when this is done, sonud and refreshing sleep follows as a imatterof co r.ca'. Worry, ioverwork. shock, and neurasthenia may lie the real cause of continued insomnia. Al cohol, tea, coffee, tobacco, are all clhemical poisons which, introduced into the systeln in too great quan tities, will all caus:: sleepless nights. ])yslwpsia, dilationi of the stomaclh and constipation, diseases of the heart and arteries, astlhnia. ind bronchitis. all the.se may hu the root of the ir luhle, land it is of no use to expect sleep iunl|css the trouble is attacked fromln the root by proper treamlent. On...