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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. JOIN A LIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. By becominga MEMBER OF COURT ESSENDON, io. 7408, Ancient Order oT Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. World wide Order. Lowest Rate of con trlbutions from Is ld per week. Sick Pay, £1 per week. Funeral Benets. 20 -an. £10. par?ianrs from members, or ` '"W A. CAIWALLADER. Soc. S 9 rdoch street. Essendon. BOOT AND SHOE EXPERT. .-A. G. E. SMITH 142 PASCOE VALE RD.. MOONEE PONDS. Branch Shop at 3 Mit. Alexander road. Ascot Vale (under the management of Mr. Patrick). Repaire in Up-to date Style ot Moderato Prices Hand-sewn Work a Speciality. LATHAM LOOAL BILL POSTER 4 Flinders Buildings, City. cne 32. Moonee Ponds Teleph As J" CHE 4 CASH. BUT CORNER MOUNT ALEXAiNDi and TAYLOR STREET. MOONEE PONDS. r .r . w qOaltyl Best. Olealliness A TRIAL \ SOLIOCITED. ALSO AT NORTH MIELBOURBNE. ALFRED STEBBING, DEPTFORD LAUNDRY 17 MARIBYRNONG RD., ASCOT VALE. (Opposite Masonic Hall). Awarded Silver -'Medal the Victorian Laundry Association. Melbourne Ex...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To prevent iron mould: Before us ing coppeo, well rub with IL clean paraffin .rag. Be always sure to fill the copper quite full of water. When finished, never let the soapy water remain in With the idea, of using for cleaning purposes, as this is almost sure to cause iron mould.- A -capital idea is to empty copper before the fire is quite out. This enables it to become absolutely dry, therefore leav-. ing no possible chance for iron mould. Another remedy for ink stains: Well rub any ink stains in linen with a ripe tomato cut in half, and the stains will quito disappear in the wash. This remedy also proved satisfactory in re moving ink from dark cloth, the ar ticle being sponged with cold rain water after tomato was applied. 'To remove egg staiiis: When table linen is stainead with egg, it shbuld be soaked in cold water before being sent to the laundry. The stains come out quite easily. if treited in this way, but hot water sets them and makes them doubly. hard to re...
LITTLE CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
LITTLE CAKES. Banbury Cakes.-Ingredients for the mixture: ilb of currants, ;lb of mixed peel, 4oz of butter one tea spoonful of cinnamon, hoz spice. Method: Beat the butter to a cream, add the peel finely chopped, the cur rants cleaned and stalked. Mix in the spices until all are thoroughly bllended. Take some puff or rich short paste and roll it out quite thin. Cut into ob long shapes. Brush round the edge of one piece with the white of an egg, and spread a liberal quantity of the mixture-on it. Place another piece of paste on top, pressing it at 4he edges, so that the egg will join them. Wgen all are ready for the oven, place your cakes on a-baking tin, and brush them over with the remainder of the egg whipped up with some white sugar. Bake in a fairly hot oven for !, to 20 minutes. -Oatciakes.--lub 2oz of clarified drip p:ug into lbi of oatmeal with a snall tiiasipoofllil of haking powder and a ,iuch of salt; make it all into a smrooth, stiff dough with cold water. roll it out fa...
SIMPLY MADE SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
SIMPLY MADE SWEETS. Hloneycomb Toffee.--llb sugar, I pint of water, ;lb of glucose, loz of carbonate of soda. I Put the water j/aler letnoi (unro-'V peti. ptible i:t i shoulld be so faint). Take off immedi ately and lightly stir inl the carbonate ofi soda well crushed; stir lightly, it will increase in size and froth up. VWhen well risen, turn at once on to a thickly buttered large meat dish. Do not shake or touch it or it will sink and collapse. When set and cold, cut into pieces with a knife. Turkish Delight.--llb of sugar, " pint of water, eight sheets of gelatine, one level teaspoonful of arrowroot (or cornflour). Soak the gelatine in the water for half an hour, add the sugar, dissolve over the fire and bring to boil ing point. Boil for five minutes, stir ring all the time. Blend the arrowroot with a little cold water and strain in. Iloil one minute longer. Take off and keep stirring. When a little cool, add s1mo hazels or pistachio nuts blanched, and flavour well with rose-wate...
RECIPES TOMATO RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
RECIPES TOIMATO RECIPES. Tomatoes a la Chasseur.--Procure about one and a quarter pound of ripe tomatoes, blanch them for a few see ends in boiling water, then remove the skins, and cut the tomatoes into slices. heat up in a stewpan loz of good cook ing butter, fry in it two peeled and linely chopped shallots, with two slices to streaky biacon cut into fine strins: the shallots must he pale fawn colour, not brown. Put in the tonmatoes, sea son them with salt and pepper and a pinch of castor sugar. Stir over the fire for a few minutes, then sprinkle over a dessertapoonful of flour, . stir againl, antd add gradually a gill of stock; allow to summer for abouttenl minutes; cover the pan, and keep hot tilt relquired. Meainwhlile peel and steii ilb of small, fresh cup mushrooms, cut them into thin shreds or slices cross ways, and toss them in a. frying pan with ia little best olive oil 1,reviously heated over a quick fire. Season with salt. and popper. Make a border with the mushrooms on ...
PROPERTY SALES BROTHERTON ESTATE SUBDIVISION. EVERY ALLOTMENT SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
PROPERTY SALES ----+--- , lfl ii ETiO.\ ESTATE S;I5DIIN)Q] . \ 'Elt ALI.LOTMEINT .OLD). St\cr yislccet'nl :Lle w'as hield oil al IIdilaIlt at esselO, she alCtest eeSrs. lt itrey ainid DC.aII andI Jr. A. L. yOuIn, ill tiollters il coljUncttlO, offti red 16 at otlllellst of lald, 1itated alt Uiajsy btreet, teeilelle stret Ind \St?hiilgtol street. ~s Ieondurt. Sotwithltauding tie sweltering sondi tillls.a? good eo lours? of pIeople atteldtLed t.ile sale, tile ilajoritel o1 wIIot evidelitly ellntillt bUsilleCi, ils Is inanliet Ironm thle Itel that owing to siritued bidding every lot oftered was flouhes autll to the high ret bilddler, auid tollu whole ofl tile lots lih !loell oI at priees ralgiiig fromt 41s to 4(s rS tOe fot furO. f.l, Iot.taay 4s l to 4 aLIrtt 'e.ee.'. .s. t 5.o a:ttu sale for £517 1io. Tlio total it' e'eda of tle asale aelitltlted to .tsel Isor the S-acre Suhdivisioll. 'Ther eect of thi suili otller recenut sales 11owi clearly tle prugress ief tile district, allld delU...
Transport Facilities for Keilor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
r:nVrouo rt Feacilitioc for Keilor. . mcctillg woo held i thIle Shire flaIl, lCello, oil 13th inst., to consider tile above Sioeotiol. Cr. J. White, prcesidentt of thl hire. \was cha;irarl. ;arnd after he lad etrollgly urgel tile need of a service, the rtlVetteo " Ot the galiterittg. expltaitled that lie had called the meetiog alter interview tlg mnany ptrominent residettt. atlld woe Iotilicd withi tihe knowledge that a real Ilnel e?itted. oli thatL tlhe residelts were eplard;al' to lmake bolne sacrifice ill order to attain tlhat end. Tle tmeeting wao tlll:llti nu tt ill paitg a retmoltttioltt ill favolltr, a i optoitiuttig Ut1e. Colemtat, Whirte. it2 5":,u, atd Ietalftey. Mr. E. IRobrts, lnti Mr. W. Yott am cotmtittee to go into tile tulalltrteot ??icorttain on \wtfit tertltl ant ellittiett -trvcie citl lie aecuted. The renatlt will ie tut before tIle retidentl ;tt a fuIture alceitilg. It tta, lioillted out that as two milea of time route is in Es cuntont. tit r eitetlto and lIropL...
ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY .:SLIlAL t.IENIAL MIiET'LC;. The sixth antnual gensral meetiug of tie above socielty was held ill tile Lodge naRoom, Mae-onlie 111al, Ascot Vale, onl Wednesday, 11thI eb. The attelldalee showed i vast illipro-5lneiit ?ti previous meetilng. sntld greact interest wans taken in the proceed llgs. Tie hole wa uengenldered that this auglllrs well lor the niew year, that the illlers are goillg to give some attentionl to tile sbuailtens of thie/society, and also illtellli tO makbe these eveelnllgs what they mighit to tee--real uemlllelrs' nights. lwhere elie all. hlave ;L cthat, become better ae qulailltel., anLd elijoy a gooed uutieat treel grainle "'s amnong oorel's.'" Tlle report lisi htalle sliheel was takelt as readt. is iley h;lil lcetle in the metlnl rs' Ihelas oerir to the meeting. Oll the whole, there It ilot iuc ll room lot eoungratullation. teor yet fsr desplodelcly. There is. still a eslood working imelerebhil. ill teinanesi give io caUse for a...
Monthly Competition. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
Mtonthly Comtttitiuot. At the mtonthly fultTI compeOtititOs ot the Eoendotn lHorticultural Socicty, held on 'Tuesday eveninlg, the lollowoiti, Ueoto were awarded:-12 cut llowern,-MrM. Dobson 8 lmointt; 6 ditto: MLrm. \Vadertucl 7. M\rs. itiiey 8, Mrs. Chitholn 3:t 3 ut flower: Mis. Rooney 8. Mrs. MlcKenzio 6, Mrs. I&lt;ndl 9. Novice ChLtses.-3 cut Ilower': Mrs. Lewis 8, 31rs. F?rgUoon 7; 3 pot plants: Srs. Doboon 9;I 1 ditto: Mntr. ertguiotn 7. Mlis Ctisholtlt 6. 'there were several very line dltltlaye nut lor omllllpetition .lMr; LIew8s' show8ed sOe |tinet sweet ?oltatns. dahlia? anld mixed dowero, which were 'eryl Ihighly tomttended. Other eer i fine 'die tdauo weree iod 63 Mr. s, itotd, Mrei erguon, us lUmrBen. DohsOtt all ou hith were highllly commended.
BULLA NOTES HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
'V BULLA NOTES 'hle all?uailleeting iif hie'DullUl Horti: cultural Society was held ill tle Recrea tion Hall oI T'hursday 'night, when lhe [ulowiug officers were elected:-Patrons: HIon. Kendall, M.H.R., Hon. Russell Clarke. M.L.O.. Hon. - A. . Robertson, M.L.A,, Dr. Diekenlsan. Aliter Clarke, Est.. A. Merackell Esq, and W. McK. Giordon, Esq: president: Cr. WlVm.D ichie: vice presidents: J, H. Parr, Esq .. J.P.; flev. W. hide: W. F. Glrant, Esq.: Wll. Reid, Es(.; D. J.inor, Esq.; E.. F. Itulltter. Esq.: W. Dillon, Req. Committee: lessrs. F. Wriglt. A. R:dall,. W.HManelsfld,. t..L. Grant, 1'. Reddan P. Whelan, D. Mlorton. A. F. Dan iel an P'rivet; Mleedajmes Allen, Millar lDanliel. Munster; Wrighllt. Whelan and Cleary; Misses GraOit. Dean and Purcell. Secretary iand .treasurer::ll11 H. . Alllen. Tile date of tlhe antualt show was fixed for Friday, 24th April. ' Special prizes,_ to the" value ofL £5 3s were donated by those Ipreselt and friellds. A- rf?orts. colmmittee wis .appoilnlted...
Essendon High School. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
ItEirnirton high Schiroil. .A wel attendrcd public mitirtinlgwar hel ill the ilthckle street hall on ituesday vell illg, Cr. flfrrderroll MaŽyor, ini tie chair. Tlile urprooe o the mlleetillg tas to elect :a rorimrittee ro carry out tile object of ti?e subseribing public in tihe matfer of rettinrr the Educ:rtiont ieptrtntert t to conrert tile Aberfeldie Higher Elemetlltarr School into a highti School. Mir. Frakl Tarle. M.A.. 1.S 0.. gave an admirarhr and eloquent dir -ertatior orr trie stthijeet of the rifartil toareotrs otieration of hrghr tthools of Ant eric, Germarny. Errnglarrd artird Arrltratlia. tihe prodiits of American liih Schiroolta were scllhll men is tr. Elwrrod fetadr. Tile rroductr of victorian coulltry rclloolo were rrtreprouted ill such ll tel as Mr. Justice, Cusser. Ee-erldi, hie said, rwao very for lrurate in gettilig a high school on such easy terms, while other olares were cor tributirn frou £1000 to E£3000 to hiave their wrantos in thin respect attended to. A bi...
SCHOOL EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
',SCHOOL XARnIAhlTON. At tlle reccllt exalltllatlou to l )tll0)± obtaillned the Merit Certificate, while IIi other olne has a turtlher try in one lubjeet in order to comlfele the exaiontio. Threc ilouis obtained the quatlilying rer titcieat, thus qualifying for admii±hui ti, ii Highler Elementary School or iIich icl ol. "My client, my lord, is :1 most able m on, and holds a vcry responribl Iosi tion. lie in manliger of some wavter workld." "Y', iho looks lilko l man who could Iht Irontel with ally aimount of water."
THE BACKYARD DOG CRUELTY GOES UNCHEKED. INSPECTION ADVOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
1 ITHE BACKYARD DOG CRUELTY WOES UNCHEKED. INSiPECTION -ADVOCATEk Never in the history of .Melbourne. has there been so much discussion as now on theb'ubject of dogs and their. treatment by their owners, burglars, municipal authorities, 'and others who are brought into contact with man's faithful ally. It'vould seemnithat tlhe establishment of a Lost Dogs' IHorte at North Melbdourno a year ago initiated a movemient whichl has proved to have much vitality. It is not safe .now to kick a "mongrel cur" unless tih night is dark and there is nobody aboutto hear theu yelp of.protest. The magis trates are becoming iersed in the loro of dogs, their various breeds, tlieir pe culiarities, and the line of action they are likely to take when assaulted by a human being.' The dog is having his day so far as the Victorian caipital is concerned, but while the street mongrel that is dis eased and hungry is hurried off to the Lost Dogs' Home, and the pot of the society wonan is treated to luxurious fa...
HUMOROUS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
HUMOROUS ITEMS "So you. are eniged to Tom?" ''Yes." "'My ~ear, I congratulate: you. Tom is the finest fitpce I esver had. ;Where eti yoll. oing?" "T'o the Department of:t griculture," reo)lied the city matil , ho .aid bietght a farm. "ILwant;to dettle a dispute betWeen my owife 'and? me about the best -way to milk ait cow. I think it wouhl be stsili; cientfto ti 'pillows round the cos,'s feet, but mnywife insists that the only practical way is to give the cow .chloruo The head of a large business house las' bought a number of those r'Do it "now" signs alssl hung them. up around .his offices.. They.: wiere effective be yond expectation, and-yetit coan hard ly be said. that. thley-'vorked well.' Wheu, after the fiist few days, the busiless main counted up the results, .ho. found thit the-cashier had skipped off witlh £5000, the head bookkeener had: elopied' with the typist, three clerks had :asked for a rise in sllary, andthe offlico boy had set out to be comne a highwayman.. "Indeed,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
* NOW OPENED i0ow OPENED* UNION ROAD, ASCOT-VALE . e i.. . .. * Electric Tram * stops at the :OUR * door. Three CHIARGES o' * minutes' wall ERAR Sfrom Station. MODERATE. ; . A. M. THOMAS Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria. - At these Beautiful, Up-to-Date Prkmnises, Patients will receive every con? sideration and save time and money, as wo ARE HERE PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS .,A .SPECIALITY SGOLD FILLINGS, CROWN AND IBRIDGE WORK. NATURAL PORCE LAIN DENTURES. CONSULTATION FREE. Make a Note of this! CRIPPS & CRIPPS' . -GREAT.. Bargain Sale Now On. Genuine Reductions in all Departments Watch our, Windowsa IORIPPS & ORIPPS, 32 PUCKLEST., 'MOONEE PONDS Xoxoxoxooo?o~ooXoyxxoxxoxoxoxxooo>oxoooooxoxo MATTHEWS FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL X LATEST SHEET MUSIC AND SONGS. GIRAOI'IONES. ZONOPIIONES AND RECORDS. PIANOS AND ORGANS. CASHII OR E.ASY TERMS. PIANOS TUNED. AND ALL INSTIRUMENTS REPAIRED, R MATTHEWS S M\ 31 PUCKLE ST. Q TIIE ORAMOPIIONE SPECIALIST. U O fX SHOP HERE AND SAVE...
Lecture on Ferns. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
Lecture on Ferns. r. W. 13. Cave, of South Yarra, an cur inent authority on ferns and their culture, delivered an admirable lecture before the members of the Essendon Iforticultural: So ciety on Tuesday. veouing. We havo nlot spaec this issue for our report, bat will give the full text of the lecture next issue. as it will be of highest interest to local growers to know what to do and what to avoid as to these beautiful cultures. As we have beeun specially requaested to pub lish thIle full text of the lecture, we trust our-report will be put to good'use. -O-O®, -.U
Flemington A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
Ftemiagton A.W.A. 'Tlie ordinary fortlnightly meeting of Flemigeton A.W.A. was held in the hodge ]teoom, Town Hall, Iellair street. on Feb. 9th. There was a good attendance of mem bera and friends, and business was bright and brisk. One new member was elected and welcomed to thile branch by the presi dent. liss A. Gordon. Tile syllabus item wasa a "Card Evening" which afforded great enjoymen to members and Irienas. Tihe combieod picnic l(esendon and Flem-o ington AN.A. amd A.W.A.) takes place at Hawthorn Tea Gardens on Feb. 28th. An enjoyable time is promised to.all whoacan come.