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MILITARY FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
-MILITARY FETE Presideilt: Cr. J. F. Henderson. J.P. Mayor of Essendon; treasurer: Mr. D. Can Cron; ion. see.:" Alfred J. May, 507 Mt. .Alexander road, Moonec Ponds, telephone. Ascot 292. To be held in Queen's Park. on Saturday, 22th- March, 1914. Objects:--To raise funds for the purchase of-band instrnuments, gynuastic apparatus. colors, sports prizes. etc.. and the general acourangement of the cadets and military .forces of Es?clldon, Moonee Ponds. and As cot Vale. . - In coannction with the Military Fete, tile ltayor of£Essendon~hbas penned the follow ing circular; but as it was not possible to post one to oeach houeholder, the message Is putblisled for general information, and we ask each of our readers to consider tile circular as sent to them. Cr. Hlenderson. as Mayor. wishels thie Military Fete to be a great success, in tile interest of tile Youaen: people who are under military drill. and it is very laudable desire. it is hloped. therefore. that every parent will rise to the...
"The Rogue Elephant." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
"he lleorue Elenhalt." 'Thle followinl humorousi par. is from "Oomo Bill" Lne, thle lamenoted R?tore lrephalt of the Federal Parliametttry rir c~u'. left in ncculultlll d riche? necmarly £ZJ,003 to l:ady Lylle ati ilhi llnily. This in one of the getluint t?rllrises of Federa;ll history. Lyoe neeer loioihd :in atlft'l t 1n100, never lpokke of hiselfl as or. ;:1101l Ilever alo)wtol it to le khownrl that heli wa se one. Old Itllii" "'? 10 lllIa l1ed to Irttll?te . c~lineg ellt detos till some tlitle :fter r Ir lr.. utln , fian evn .l~-r lirient l lo f llirt e lid left fl o pro erty. oylllhtii hetit li il. 1e11 Itroliseril a litl.il ltl. alet it piiltic' .lb-t nrrilption was talLed of whel [lllltile. hltr lint Mat stolpped his )torliilttentary allol\ one e of'£63 a year. Wlhait a lot of tender feeling hits been t asted. ttere w'as th, lgton I?lel tntat ettijoilla propertyt v.lll 0 at .£T.Ill il New Sonit| V?ale. :nl-e It' lld dliverse I os.esiolls elsewhere. It is a v;lt n1m for 1t poli...
TOWN V. COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
TOWN V. COUNTRY., They, talk about the frioendships in a little country tow n, Where Mrs. Jones knows Mrs. Smith has bought another gown ? She wonders how it can be done on Smith's ton bones a week,i And that gets back to Mrs. Smith, and then they do not speak. Too many people knolwl yourh bi in little towns like that; I'd rather live a city life, ,contented "- in my flat. 3My neighbour doesn't know my name, how much I. pay for rent:- ` He doesn't know how much I get' and does not care a cent. . -Louisville "Courier-Journal." - t La
DIVORCE AND FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
DIVORCE AND FREEDOM. Gentlemen of wowserish sympathies hold up their hands in horror, reading that 10,000 divorces were granted in America in the year 1906. They-see in these figures only 70,000 violations of sacredx bonds--70,000 contraventions of contracts made in heaven: Mere world lings, concerned more with mundane comfort and happiness, and unable to believe that it is necessary to live in a state of misery here in order to attain a state of bliss hereafter, are not much concerned. They recollect that the United States have a population- of close upon 100 millions, and 70,000 dis united states is not a terrifying pro position, although it actually means the liberations of 140,000 persons. But as Japan has 215 divorces for every 100,000 of its population, and America only 73, it is Japan, and not America, that should boast of being the-land of the free.-Atticus in the "Leader."'
SIMPLE RULES FOR PEDESTRIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
SIMPLE RULES FOR PEDES TRIANS. A few simple rules by which motor ists and pedestrians" can safely avoid each other: 1. At thu intersection of two the roughfares, should four motor cars be coming for you at once, tile best thing to do is to go to the pantomino and study the methods of "The Three ]Rubes1' arid do just what they do, and you will be safe. " 2. Never try to dodge the following all at one time:-(a) Timber waggon, (b) pipe dray, (c) brick lorry, (d) Black Maria (e) steam roller, (f) tramcar, (g) traveller's buggy (h) St. John ambu lance waggon. The last pedestrian who tried got as far as (e), and thbn re quired (I) in a hurry. 3. Should a motor car be approach ing you at 50 miles an hour, and there is no way of escape on either side take a flying leap one to the bonnet. To do this gracefully requires continual prac tice, and there is plenty to be had in the city streets. 4. Learn by heart all the various mni tor horn noises, so that when you are klnocked over you will at o...
THE DUMB WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
Shall I colle(t for this world's eyes 31y sins in hirds of hutterflies; Shall I k?.p u.sele? thing: around, For ornatmentt, and sell nmy .huund Wheii I gice pour dUnlil thlings my Let all meI. klo I've saidl 1m prayers. That ilan whio sell for galin his hound May hle lie roblbed and beaten found; .'Ii vlm?ln tlhalt shoot sweet singilig lie rliobbed of poweI)Ir to itter wlrds: \lly 1lwli thuat toriie thitins alive Livl li a l 11I 1 I Vl hundred years, ad have 'Their wretched bodies stabbed with painls, uliil their tl enails pierce their t lbaiis. Mly love for dlunh thiings is intense:m I ":minot walk heside a fene And see the ihorses ili a row, Staring., hiot I must sa hello! And when I see toli. horses leian Aerosu aI gate that stands bti t ,n Themn as they kiss each otheir there For nIo manl's collmpany I care. -\W. H. Davies in the "New States lllill.''
GAOLED FOR BEING IN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
GAOLED FOR-BEING IN LOVE. An Adelaide man has got six inonths for being ini. loe.- It affected him vo eally--lie a cat;: He insisted on stand ihg outside the beloved one's house at night, and making loud noises, amor nus?i nd: otherwise; and she and the ieiglibouirsidisliked it about equally, antdi signified the sname in the usual manuner.. A cat's language when cold water istlhrown on it. can't be under itood, foritunately, but his could; also the stones which he bounced on their roofs as aa tractical retort were uimnis tiakable. .The lady tried to discourage himi by once getting him sent up for a fortnight. . But it wats no good; so now io- has the longer term. during which one or two doctors are to have a look tit him.--"cBulletin."
Cornwell and Co.'s Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
Conrwell anti Co.'s Auction Sale. essrs. Cornwell and Co. l'ty. Ltd. will o1tl, tllrough their auctionleer tMr. U. W. lllnelulir, ou 'Tueaday, 10th March, at 11 l.uO., 01k tOlO pretulses, "Kilaninox,' at. nll tor01 street, hA.sendooll, household iournitre,. cumerlsinlg hantsome in lnno, costly orun?t. ledooard, pllonogralpll, Iedroonm lrlniture; |IlCtul're, etc., etc. rrllllitalre? nl view Sat away. :;trcll Ot. F'urtller particelila irons the auctiolleel.
Aberfeldie Heights. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
Aberfeldle Heihts. Neveral puiv'atu invlestors have built mlod ern villa residences on the Abereeldie es tate durllg the past few monthe, mostly IlI -Comnbermere street and St. Kinnord street. Now that an additional three acres of land hli?a been secured for the Higll School, set tiellent must go on rapidly at Aberlelie. -which is usscndon's alubrious beauty spot Sir. Tucker, the energetic builder Irons Feotseray, hlas just comlldeted two char.n lng villas. which are built on up-to-dato venclples. tllno villas are for sale on easy terms, and are fitted throughout with gas. Tie watter supplyis all that coulu 0w desired, Sir. Tucker hlaving laid down. a 6in main.
Flemington A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
" blelinilnton A\.W.A. SAt$: thbo6neetietn o.Fliiloho on -o ne . 0 . ýtttl clbiu aloe member wao'recelved. Ureat interco. alts taen -in the btsintes eheet ivr t..e couference. Also the nmotorpicnic for tlhe tollowing Saturday; anuld members and lrtends tare looking lorw'ard to : good time at the cwmatrkuot Picture Theatre. 'ne oyllkbs itelnjwss a dlcmonstratlon on Frnt ild D7 Mr. flarris ain asslstanllt, whichI proved very ltterestiog :stt- i l?,rttrctle. Light rceresloments condcltdut ; e.,y pleas Litt ureveng. - -_nn n
FLEMINGTON AND KENSINGTON PRESBYTERIAN V. ASCOT VALE CONGRECATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
FLE2IINuTON AND KENSLNUTON 1'ilE5. BTI'ERIIJAN V. ASCOT VALE CONGItE GATIONAL. This saitch s ?s continued on Saturday linst in the preellnce of it large Ilumber of ellt?siatislic epectators. At the close of the first day's play, Floem. and Hen. Plesays hald scored 1^6. whilst the Coags had lost eight wickets for 81. eslnsing On S:tturl dsloy. only 16 ruils were added before tile liast wicket tell, anLd the total reached 97. Flenr. and Ken. Presbys had thus a goodl lead of 59 ruas when they commenced tseir secold inuises. A. Topbamu end A. clFad yen opened to the bowling of DraysoIs and luye. liotls..baltsmest were nauttoun. but .555.0 ts..enn. a gsU .tn,re. 5.. only commenced when hoe was bowled withl a good ball from Hayes. 2---.2& D..Fen ton followaed, but with only one run added to the score. A. Tophllam was beautifully ec.uglht land bowled by Hayes. 3-9-27. A. Hlamlilton joined D. benton. whto was nHOw ltaying tihe wood on. and it was not until the score reaelted as tlhn...
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHURCHES. A Section. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
ESSENDON AND FLEMLNSTON CHURcCHES. A Section. Flemington and Keionsington Presbyterian, 156 anl are for 122 (deelared) (J. Easton 63, C. 3loFadyeo 20 and 46, A. lnailton 15 nd l not out, A. MeFadyes 20, 1. Fenton 20 1. Hiayes six for 89. DIrayson five for 73, .. \\Wiliaos two for 24, Smith one for 1, 'airris one for 28) beant Ascot Vale Congre gatlonal) 97 nand five for 60 (I. Ilayes.30 antd 39 not out, Johnson 31, E. Williams 24. W\. IDryson 15; A. Topham thirteen for?37 for 17 (t. sllbertson 27, W. 'T'rott 11; Qtlayle six for 22, Clarke three for 13), beat NorL' l Essendon Methodist, 23 und 38 (Itnekay 13. Quayle 13; Stalleton five for 17. Cullen four lor 6, BMacon nre for 33). Ascot \'ale Church of Christ beat Mooneo Ponds Methodist by nillne wickets. B Section. St. Paul's, 13 and two for 5 (Crawley 39, McCure 2;ý: Robinson three for 36. W\'atson leour for 3 Sltenoing two for 2. lios?lng two for 1T?. beat iooneo Ponds dMet.hott, 4I anid 5? (Watson 17, E. Trathan 16, Irenchl 16; B...