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Sale of the Valley Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
Sal oI it'e "alley Estte. W. B. Simpson and Son and J W. A. Austin are advertiseu to sell on Saturday,. 4tll inst., at 3 p.m., onl thle ainu, t;.e talley Estate,- Moonee iOa1?ns with frso tages to Bent. Wilson. ? nallly nd Turner streets. tille land is nicely situated, being opposite Wriglit'u Nursery. Wilson street. and aajacent to tho Mootee Valley race course, uecen's 1Park, etc. 'lbe upset prices are from 15s ter loot. the terms he I pg £5 deposit and ,t monthlv.
CAUSES OF GOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
CAUISES iOF GOUT. G(out is said to have had its (Ioign in i ellperl anICe atil ad wanit of :xercis.e. Ilowever thait may be, it certa:ily pays its visits to those ho nl(ither ildulge in oe nor noeglect tie' other. It gen rally makes its attaeks in the spring or fall of the year, ndtl cones on about tiree or f.inr o'clock in lthe morningOli, Sa violent pain inl the great toe, the teel, or the ankle, wrlich increases till the torture ibecomes ex.ericiating,i ndl lhe patient undergoes all the variety of pain occasioned by. burning, gnaiw lug. squeezing, and the part being tern in pieces. This generally lasts for 21 tours fronm the cominencemento of the lit, when the patient is generally re lieved by the part swelling, and lie dIrops asleep towards morningt . A ser es of these plaroysnims form a fit of the gout. No medicine has yet bleein dis iiovered thai will whnolly clre the gotl. Regime is the only thing to be attend ed to,; which mst he varied according to the previous lllnner of l...
Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
Auction vale. ST. i1. Nattrasa and Co. and Roberts, Stanley and Co. will-tell, in' conjunction. on Saturday 14th ttarch,'at 3 p.m., on. the premises, 1 Forbes street, Essenuon, a splcn ;ud DI.. .W.B. villa, containing 6 .go?d rooms, bath. washhouse, coplper and every" convenience. Tile land consists of 55 feet Fby lJ feet. and is situated four.minutess from Essend tioatation aol one minute from the tram.
PICNIC COMBINED MOTOR BOAT TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
PICNIC COiLB1NED MOTOR BOAT TRIP. Tile annual motor boat trill of the corn bined branches of the Flemington and Es elldon A.N.A. and A.W.A. took iplace on Saturlday. Feb. 28th. when over a hnilldlred eombers and their wiveds and lady frienics look tile olplortullity to spelld a pleasalt afllternoo outing. A stacrt wns made Irom Princes lBridge about 2.45 lp.m. for the Iawthtlorn Tea ardellns, where tile picllic soas to be hold. After t very plcasant and uneventful tripalotig tile river tile gardlens wiere re;alecd about 4 pI.nt., and slhortly aflter arriving a spllendid sports irogra;lnlllo was carried out. Races of aveory dle.crilltion were roun anld entered nto with ccgreat enthusiasn by all thile pic nickers. Keent s'ontestc wvere tile order of tile dly, and the results are as follow:-Skpll t nlin Race. lunior Girls.--Miss L. Drew 1, . Ilughces 2 M. Brown 3. Skippini Race, Selior CGirls.-Miss W,. Blrown 1. Miss 31. Drew 2. Boys' IRace.- J. Sllhannonll 1, C. ;ir:lnt and i. Eadton ...
MOONEE PONDS PICTURE THEATRE THE WASTREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
MOONEE PONDS P'ICTURE THEATRE -4--- 0 •- THE WASTREL. Tie following is a synopsis of tle splen did drama "Tle Wastrel, ' to be shown at 'theabove theatre to-iight:- :When the drama opens. 3aunin hbs al ready rdu through the greater part of his own and iis wilf's money oi ganmbling. :and;he completes the ruin before-our eyes by stoking and loing his last penoy. Driven by his love of eard-playirng. lie can think of no :other way.of replenlisbing his delloted funds': than by obtaining posses sion if t110 money settled on his ch ails his .wife's patience at-his vilenoss` at last exlinusted. ine obtains a divorcesfrom him. Six moaths-ladter we see ieriworking day and night to earn Ia menagre pittance. with whlich lto support lher little girl. Suzanne. At an opportune molment a friendinltro duaes her to a wealthy engineer H. Satr •tigoy. who engages her as a typist. A striking contrast is presented by scenes in wrich we see, on tihe one Iand, Berlth, Mlauuiin working carefully and carnest...
BOWLING A PENNANT COMPETITION ASCOT VALE. 109. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
BOWLING. A PENNANT COMPETITION ASCOT VALE, 109. Bunn.; eCClelland. Pratt. Shields ... 30 e S. Thompson Harris. Frank Lin . .......:.............. " ..:. ". ?33 Godsto, cgg, Paunll. H utchison ... .. 23 Flton. Coster . Scott, A. Tihaoekray 3 "EAST CAMBERWELL. 101. P. Prout. O'Connor. Duncan, J. Proot 34 IReal Saunders, Cam, Tilley .. ..... Young, Wilson, Brooksbank, IIarrison 22 Forguson, V'ia. James. Cooper ......... 24 South Me3lclourne . Flem inglton.. S SOUTI ELBDOCHNE. 112. I. Mitchell, l.. Goldsmith, Morris. Herd. 2? Kirliby. D. FAitchio. A. 31., Johnson. Moss . ... ... . ... 32 J. Jolhnson. Nixon. Howlett. Poulter ... 11 Christopherson, Wrighlt. Mclnnes. Hol doway .................. ..... .... 36 FLEMINGTON, 82.-. . Walson, Allen, Oladwin, Osborne... ... 10 A. Btumphries, Uolloy, 11. 1lumphries, Jordan ...... i ieaimish, Mason, Park, Norris ....... Walker. Brown. HIolmes. Cross .........I Camberwell v. Essendon. CAMBERWEsLL. 69 lDviee. Purvis. Cross, Blair ... ......... 22 una...
KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL SATURDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL --4---- SATURDAY, MARCH 7. Present: Crs. 1White ipresldent), Parr. Coleman. Butler. Fox and Stenson. Motor Service. Essendon and Keilor. W. Yott applied for the ne0 of the shire hall for purposes of arranging a roadc transport service between Keillr and Es oensou." Decided that the use of the hall" be grantedt.-Carried. Mr. Yott waited on thie council.and .laid the natter of proviing a road motor ser vice between Essendon and Keiler. lie recounted his interviews at r e oone:Ponds and Essendon with the Progress Associa tions. The Essendon Progress Association had been keenly appreciative and showed themselves vitally- interested.. They har proomised all the supplort they could give. lie had asked them for suggestions. Tile Essendon folk had suggested that a turn. off be made to take tralllc to the Essee don Itigt School. Another suggestion was that Keilor towvnship should be beadtitlie so as to make it an attractive pleasure resort. Another was that a reveuae eao...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
J. SUTTON CASH BUTCHER "73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS` BEST QUALITY OF GOODS. PRICES GUARANTEED Id PER LB BELOW ANY OTHER BUTOHEE. BREAD DELIVERED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ALL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERAT'ION A. MILES BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, &C. v ma} r`6 fAPIER STREET, ESSENDON iGaEaC `SPECtALLY CATERED FOR. YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. SE. SCHAFER [ L MANUFACTURING JEWELLER S126 PUCKLE STREET MOONEE PONDS N Watch and Clock Repairs Guaranteed for 12 Months. Jewellery Be-made into Any Design. All kinds of. Repairs Neatly Executed. LICENSED GOLD BUYER. Gilding. Silvering and Plating Done. HOLMES ROAD MOONEE PONDS AT RAILWAY STATION QUEEN'S LIBRARY NEW BOOKS BY EVERY MAIL. All kinds of Stationery, Post Cards. Fancy Goods and Needlework. Agent for MISS LUPLAU'S NEEDLEWORK DESIGNS. Public 'Phone. MRS. THOMSON . Beautiful Pascoe Vale I Sweet Pascoe Vale Peaceful Pascoe Vale SBuy a G(ARDIE ' PLOT for _/- per we-ek, ,nd Solvr the IIousing Problem. S t6ft x 1S0, 10/- per foot. lD...
TRAM STOPPING PLACES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
TILAM ti5''L'1Pili kYA.iaO. 'To. the. S.ttor.." :lr0-- 'beg to "?i ft attention to theo ac tion- of our local tram company In regard tothbeir allocation of stolpping 5pl1ces on the western'stretch of 3Maribyrnong road. The eonvenicnce and comfort of the pulblie. especially of tile weak and infirmn. has Ilccn entirely ignored. At one intersection. where a very considerable number of peo pie usually boarded tile trauns, and where there exists really good shelter from sun and storm and a good footbridge whilch rcnti od it possible to clinmb to the highi floor of the cars, a notice h:s beet stuck up 75 yards aw?ty frot tile bridge. stating thait "CarS stonp hero by request." This somewhat amtbiguous notice is planted in a place wslerp?? w p assers e vaitilng on the side path to get to tiheir seats have first to jump 15 to 1i inches sheer to the bot tom of the channel. then scramble no the opposite side two feet to tile rail level, and from'tlhe steelp slolpe do tlheir best to enter the ...
CORRESPONDENCE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
CORRESPONDENCE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION AlT. To tihe Editor. Sir.--ln your last issue. 1 pointed ont that tihe benefits, of this now Act are Hlidni ted to those' workers ,who receive their recompense it wages, all other workere being shut out; and if weo look into tile sonrees front which tile funds to pay the insurance are to he obtained, we fiid the iame violation of tile first principies o Ipotice. Of cburse..ith litittion is to. saddle thie industry with the burdetn oI tile csualtiee incidental thereto-hut even co-surely the funds shotld ho drawn from thle profits and not front tile losses.of in dustry, and if the profits eannot.stand. tile strain, then tie industry must be. ill a' had way indeed. Apnrt front tile vlolr tion of ihe principle that taxation sit ull tall on those able-r to bear it. there is an other way of looking at the matter. "In any field of employmteont. if there is ,) profit inSthe business, .tile employ, ei art tile favoured half in the pnrtnerehti , ?-i tweet...
ST. THOMAS' HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
ST. TIIOMAS' HlAILIERIS. 'The annual meeting of the above club nns held in the schoolroom ott Monday last at 8 p.m. There was an attentdance oat about al members, the oev. W. .tum tehaw being in the chair. The report and oalance slneet were read nnd adopted. I'lese showed a sueceaslul past season, send a hopelful financial position for thel rleuitng year. .e ;otiiowing ottlce-bearers were elected -I'reident, 1ev. W. Ranmshaw; vice-presi dets, Messrs. Guntetor. Male, Cook and atones, atd leev S. Buckley: captaitn, C. ncceotnbe; vice-captatn, Uf. Manners; sec retary, A. Wardru; treasurer, Ii. tBlrler;r committee. Messrs. F. Glantlelti. X. vowters and 1). Blider; press correspon etnt. 11. Fynmore; delegate to VA.A.A.. tir. Cook. A letter weas received from tho Essendott ilarreers re umalgamation, but the mem bers unanimously decided to remain as tiey were. The trophies having been iresented, tile meeting terminated.
Athletics. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
Atlletics. 'The annuail nieeting of the Esnendol haIr riers will bi hield at, the Amnateur Sporits Club. Swaneston street, next Wednesday evenilnl. the 18th inst.. when tile oflec mearers for season 1914 will be elecledl. After their defeat by Carton last year in tIle 5 and 10 miles cross-oolntry clhlmpion lhip. the wearers of the red and black are iletenrmined to have their renge. Keen coltests are expected for the various Posi fions. and a record attendance of mcmbers Is enpected.
DETERMINING THE DEW-POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
DE'l11llNtI :t i TE DElf-POINT. A'new tmethod of determining the ldew 0oint is describedl by loygcndorl ia fol ow: Takeo a veoiel of solme metal that is t good conductor of llheat: e.g.. a sloer or collpper cllp. ]"ill it with water, a;lld illttodnce the bull of a thermolmeter. 'I'll t add slowly seine salt., -ucll as oal am Inmolac or ltyllostllllato of , d:l. thle olu tirl of which loter? o the tempoeraturo O0 oitti the tllerlllot letcr. At tle pIrecise Illllltellt wlel tlhe outide f the ee.ascl , ttotne, cot .l witth mmoisture lotte tlhe ttllter-atote 'tji?teTld Ihy thle tlhermTo Sitttelt. lThi- is? tite tetw-tllOttt lomtltr.il etl. of the 0 turrolldlitt lir.