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HUMOROUS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
HUMOROUS ITEMS Florence Rockwell tells how a certain actor, well known on tile American stoge, engaged in a most leffective battle wrtll )ago when he was playing Othello. The, players met, and Othello, seizing Iago by the thlroat, began to clhoke him. The stage iglht was realistically Ipresented. so much so. In fact. that after the performance a friend approachled the erstwhlle Othello nnsd"poke to him. .'"That was a most el fective light you put up to-night." he saidl; "its tact. you seemed to be very much in earnest.". In earnest? Indeed 1. was. Wlhy, confound the fellow, he was trying to push me out of the spotlight." A yeomau" squad was drilling, and. be lug out or practice, most of them were suifering from bruises caused by tihe un steadiness of one another's movements. "I believe you have cut my hlead open," .? tad , t recruit -to w-. nervous comrade,. -wife ..,tstro,,;h rrrlous.,lnoek. soll:l" ad ctet Ol tralctl- orr.iwl? s charge, "now is a good time to put r emt thing in lt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
EDUCATIONAL. PENLEIGH GIRLS' SCHOOL" Formerly A. GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL Nos. 8 and 47 CHAUCER ST.. MOONEE PONDS. Elflecint Staff of Trained Teachers., Large and well-ventilated Schoolrooms. Excellent Kindergarten. Drawing and Painting: Miss TRICKETT. First-class Cer tificate, South Kensington; Prize-taker Na tional Gallery; First-class Certificate, Edu cation Department. Music, Miss Jells, A.L.C.M.. Mr. JAGER, M.SV.. Registered Secondary Teachers of Music. Singing. Miss E. IRVIINE. Physi cal Culture. Messrs. Bjelke-Petersen Bros. Principals: Miss SPRIiG. First-class Trained Teacher. Education Department and Melbourne University- MISS LIMEROCK, M.A. Miss Sprigg at home the last T'lursday in each month. First Term begins Thursday. 5th February. ST. COLUMBA'S COLLEGE ESSENDON. (Day School), CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. Pupils prepared for all University Ex aminations. Pull particulars on application to the Superior. Convent. Essendon. Prospectuses may be had on applicatios to the S...
STEEL-FRAMED HOUSE AT ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
STEEL-FRAMED HOUSE &nbsp; AT ESSENDON. A house built. with a jointed steel frame is the last ingenious invention in the building trade. The idea em anates from the firm of J. and T. Muir engineers, of North Melbourne, and they have formed the Steelcrete Build ing Company, which is proceeding in a practical manner to carry out its scheme by erecting a house at Pascoe Crescent, Essendon. The building has been planned by Mr. L. M. Peorrott, architect, of 271 Collins street, who is supervising the construction. The steel studs and stanchions are bedded securely upon the concrete foundations, and are braced by holed crossbars which are dropped into position over the studs. The templates are locked on by means of mortised ends as seen in iron bed rails. The window sashes and door frames are fitted by the same device. One of the principal features is that the whole structure is erected without screws or bolts. When the frame is complete timber concrete moulds are employed to cover ...
COLD ASPARAGUS WITH SALAD DRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
COLD ASPARAGUUS WIT SALAD DRESSLNO. Procure a large bandle of flue aspara gas, serape nicely and wash carelully; tie up in several small hbndles, arrang ing the beads all the one way; cut off the ends so as to give each bundle uni form lengths. Place threm in a stoewpan of boiling water (salted), boil from 20 to 25 minutes according to siz. Take up, drain caretully. and place them in a very cool plaoe, and then on the jie. Untie the bundles, dish up neatly, and serve with the following:-Salad drevsing. Rol, the yolks 0l two hard-boiled eggs through a sieve or pointed strainer and put into a small basin, stir with a wooden spoon. and dilute with three largo tablespoonfules of salad oil. Chop finely two small shallots and add to the dressing, eason with a pinch of pepper and a small teaspoonfuli of vinegar. Pour a little of this sauce over the heads of the npalagus.? avid serve the remainder in a sauce-boat. Keep the salaed dresing on the ice ilntil requlred.
CARROT SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
CARROT SALAD. lncudientn.--o ooked cold carcots. t ugar. lemon, cayenne. salt, salad oil. lettuce salad. horseradlih .&e?thod.-Slioe some carrots that have been aookred whole. spread them on a dish. sprinkle them with castor sugar, grated lemon rind and Jmice, cayenne and salt. and a little good salad oil. Pat a nice lettuce salad in a bowl, and mix with any salad dressing preferred. Lilt the car rots carefully with a alice and arrange them on the top with scraped horserad labh in tufts, and round thin slices of on ion.
ESSENDON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
ESSENDON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION l'1w monthly meeting of the Emeendon| Progress Acsociation was held at the nows public hlt ou hton onday. February 2lid. the " '•ereidseut tt. . F. ?ot )?preldieng over a of tee loootapati in i u.-.il=Sl ted by the roots of trees. It was nleoides to bring the matter under the notice of the conncil; also the tnecewity o somoe Otiling at toe corner of Richardson and Sham rock streets, thle recent hleavy ralin having vwashed tile earth :away, exposing tile sleepecrs for atout I0 ieet, ind tie iondi tion o1 the k.senton criecret ground. Ac cording to replorts, it Is little better thIan a roilasi tip, as thlere are ilnges off the gate,. no seats, and the convenilelees are in a ui-graceiul state. 'lle place Is noti aewercd, and alter toe grouund hl? btenl .usnd for a. toottiall matcu. the tootpatos are oterlsliing. tile tootball club llis hlinulel o~or bome nndreus of pountlus, ann yet tlhere is not?ing done to Improve toe ground. which is aoott the worst in ...
SALADS. MAKING THE SUMMER MEAL DAINTY. WHEAT THEY DO IN OTHER LANDS. GERMAN ITALIAN AND RUSSIAN METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
SALa1S. AKIO'NG '£TE SUMMER EAL1 DAINTIY. WHAT TIHEt DO LN OTHER LANDS. GE.RMAN. ITALIAN AND RUSSIAN METHODS. In Germany tley make a specialty of herriug, potato, celery, cucumber, and a variety of other salads, all of which are llaoured with onion or garlic. For russian salad, or lalaue ussre, cut some cold boiled vegetables of all kinds into olive shapes .in thin slices, with (if at hand) some truffles, also some tinned flageolet beans, aesparagus points or arti chokle oottois. oid to these some ns turtium seei or capers, sliced gherkins, stoned olives, with a tablespoonlul of minced chervil, tarragon, clives, or young Spring onions. Toss these in a vinegar and nil aressilg, thet arrange neatly in a bowl with washed, boned, and illieted ahlmpse, etc., and with anything that will add to the appearance and taste of the dish. A great deal of trouble may be saved with this dish by using a tin of vegetable macedoine, draining its contents well, and using them as above; the result is sa...
A.N.A. Annual Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
A.i.A. Aenoal iPicdnic. The annual piclic of the four lodges of the A.N.A. (men's and women's branches) of Essendon and Flemington is to be held oil Satuiraay, 28th February. Thiis picnic hae now become a recogllised institution with tile local branches, and it will take the form of a motor boat trill to the IIaw thorn tea gardens. The first boat will leave Princes Bridge at 2.30, and the last at 3 sharp, leaving on retulrn, first boat at e e.m.. nod the rest later ile the evensing. by arrangement. Thile fores ore is d return. with children half price. ot fwater andt milk will be rovided. Tlhe attractions arel --sports icl afternoon, concert andl dalnlce ie celeng. Mr. J. F. Ioenderson (secretary, Flemnington A.N.A.) is tie hIen. sec. of tihr picnic committee. and lhe will be h:b ley ti eospply tickets to intending iurcl.?cle . Tickets are also in the hands of elnlLe.. mel?mbers. r"ýe
St. Mathews Church of England, Glenroy. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
St. Mathews Church of England. Olenroy. The anlnual meeting of thle parishioners was held in the church on Wednesday even. ing. 4th February. aev. F. W. Slade. Vicar, occupied the chair. The report and ball aneeo shoet was read, ahowing offertories or the year £94 is 3d. as' a?ainst Let 2s et the previous year, a balance of £37 15s heing carrled forward. The following oll seres were elected :--Churchwardens: aesrs. W. D. Cartwright. J. Hudson and W. WV. Strickland: vestrymen: Messra. A. E. Wise can, A. Harrison, B. O. Wilson and Dr. Parker; auditors: Messrs. A. Harrison and Lyons. The Sunday school report was read by the Vicar, who congratulated the super Intendent ?Iiss Morgan) o the excellelnt work done duriteg the year. Thie harvest thanksgieving ervices will be held on Sun day. February 15th.
Keilor Cricket Ground. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Keitoi" CrielvoL tsond. Comnplanlts have reached us regarding tIle neglected state of the Keiloler cricket ground. in Nome Parts the cerass being over a foot high. Thie cricket "pitch" is ossitively hlan gerous to the batsmen, as was nlanilest ill tIle match played there on Saturday be tscen the Moonee Ponds Postal Ollicials anLd tile Carlton Drewery. It is a sllhame that this pretty little cround. -which is withln easy reach of the city. andl eonu'.r with city clubs, should be allowed to be come neglected. During thile progress of the above match, it translpired tlhat elforts are being made by the secretary of the Cnarl ton United Breweries cricket club to get improvements done that will make the Kei lorgrouind one of thle smartest and best kept recreation grounds outside the sub urban radius. It is to he hoped that the work of clearing tile ground and making telm implrovements will hbe quickly put in land. A A A
Essendon (A) Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
.lisendon (A) Football Club. Tile following nolminations for olmce bIearers have been received, Tiz. :-President, Cr. 'T F. L-ons; vice-presidelits. Dr. Spring, Messrs. J. Allisaon . Johnston, J. Speak Mnn. E. Gottliebseon J. M. L:armer, D. Gib bins. J. K. Granbam. M. Corlett. M. Wlntson, E. HastinEgs committee. Wessrs.'J. Mrnrtin. W r. Rlmlsy,.. NaIrn..L W?l llms.-J./An-.j derson. *B.I'olor;e T. illls trenaaror;'.; I Oi/llro; Soeerszeta' J. UOrnjns ; nssioton, I secretary, T.' MAI:digan.; The abo-o will all bde ml -nd opnosn. - .4r
Successful Student. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Successful Student. Keith D. Fairley. of S3oonce Ponlds. who -?eelatd thle hithest position ill tile r' c?nt examinations lor the 25 annual Victorian State Exhibitions, olpen to competitors' up ,to 258 years of age. ewas 3 yeanr since a ptllil of' the ~Essendon State school, wllen ie,. then being under 12! years of age, wo0 his State scholarship. Since then lie has been attending the Church of England UramniarSchool, of lelbohrie, where hte has won four college scholarsjips. nli 1912 he was dox of that school's metric. ( jun ior public claos).
LEMON-WATER ICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
LEMON-WATEIR ICE. This is oneo of the cheapest ices to be umade. There is required one pint of water, one gill o! lemonu-juie, whites of two eggs. half a lpound of loaf sugar. Wipe the lemons, then rub off the outer part on to some of the lumps of sugar Boil the sugar and water for about ten minutes, or until it will fornm a thin thread hetween the thumb and filsnger. then lot it become cold. Next add the strained lemon-juice, and pour the mixture into the freezing-pot or milk can. Shut the lid tightly, and put the can into tlhe place loft for it in the hatlh. Unles the mixture is kept moving. it will ireczo unevenly: Olson tile coa Irequently, and. after wiping round the edge for fear of salt getting in, serape the mixture downi inside, and beat well to gether. When the mixture is hlalf-frozen. and seems like thick cream, stir in the stiffly-whippcd whites of eggs. Continue the freezing and beating until it is as hard as you want it. If not wanted at once, pack thle ice. etc., well...
KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, 7th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, 7th February. '.Plresent.uCrs. White (President). Parr, Ds lsaeyStneoson, Coloman. Fox, and Butler.:r - Correspondencee. 'he secretary reported that the premises t1 lhq Sydenham station were now in good order,- and required no further attention. --RIeceived. Miss- Grant, "Seaficeld," retiuestedl.re-e mnuca of ie pipe that was causlng damage to her property ttrough discharging water thereon.--Referred to engineer to reply. sutherland Homes appealed to he inclu ded in the alnnu: charitable allocation.- Referred to ctharlit `(ocation. Mlet. Fire Board fs. n;rde(t etitlaate nl expenlditure -lleceivel. Munaicipal AsEociatih. of Victoria seat fIlrtheer antendlneuts proposed ilider tile 'Thistle Act. it was now proposed that Ioltices seed tot be signed by a J.P.. and thiere were seer(tl othrer rolaisn i.. t ,n titers tion txD ectrhp The IPresidentt said tlhat travelh'his, kept bringing along, the seeds of thlistT2. venl if tile Shire cut all thistles. Mrs. Ml...
Sale at Newmarket. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Sale at Newmarket. Sydney C. Arnold and Co. will offer by public auction on Thursday, Feb ruary 19, ont the lproporties, as fol lows: Lot 1, at 3 o'clock-- g Shields street, Newmarket: Superior cottage, 5 rooms, on land 19ft 81in by 89ft jin. Lot 2, at 3.30-58 Collett street, Ken sington: Neat W.B. cottage, 5 rooms, on land 29ft 9,in by 100ft. A little ground almonds mixed through a fruit cake will prevcnt the fruit from sinking to the bottom. If you want to heat a fat-iron in your room a tin plate over the gas-jet will on able you to heat the iron twice as quick ly. Blefore blanching almonds soak them for two or three minutes In boiling water: the skin will then slip off quite easily. bcoreh-marki on linen may be removed by rubbing with a fresllh-cot onion, the garment being after-wards soaked in cold water.
Sale at 2 Parry street, Moonee Ponds. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Sale at" 2 Parry street, Moonee Ponds. Mr. E. Moloney, auctioneer, of Mar caret street SI?oonee Ponds. opposite the atation. will sell by auction on Saturday, February 14th. at 3.30 o'clock, a solid w.t. d.f villa, situated at 2 Parry street, 310o nop Ponds, on land, 51 x 153. This pro perty is in a good central position. lhandr to train. shovbp and Queen's Park. Fur ther particulars front the auctioneer, or i l'oir advertising columns.