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WAR DECLARED. ESSENDON 58th INFANTRY REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
Wilt DECLAIIRED ESSE VEDON 58th I NF ;,r RY REGIMENT. As?isted by the ladies of the district, made a corn.erted raid oil the. citulena, wits captitulated and rco\eantted to pay tte ;war indtemnity. £300 demanlded for the purchase of land Instrumentts and tihe requipment of a Gymnasium. Stirring Scenes--Massed l)ands--Tihe no?[ I Strrivd Governor of Victoria, Sir Ar thur S:tanley. tires yti first shot. Colonel l;?'?,,?:r" \tnart aby a~isted withl cluiek firiogi rhetoricaul flash c delightful otrmy of ladies gather in the spoils. ?tliutte? citizens charge the splendidy.eulmpjd Cnwienioariat Department. - Rimc->OO convey. thousands around th. hake. Revls b1 citizens and soldiere. Ieace daeclurei at 11 p.m. by the City (;rerllor. Major th-enreroa, f
ROWING ESSENDON ROWING CLUB. COMBINATION FOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
ROWING'· a " SNUSOSND OXiwINo: CLJ i COMBlN'ATION " OU ".. iR 't T;e Esuondon Rltwing Club held tllelr ' bunl, eouusllulalo. e lure on 1uUr0by a S'lastI, autl IL? ?lle ,woarher wria ail L,itL+ Souni -De rllelmu. ir"a iOUi Ll ? lerullceia u u OW aISI d .ti,-elu . .anIIOIe W+asa luXrle:. Ullnule ua r..el,, u cii ,s?l?lil] 1lueeai.. e iestbelillly luiith, woo bDl'ia llrnielo eIslUe muo lleary liOuevr,,c gIL~Usous Seluruowa Itea was ?voe'eu urnlg tie ?limrnun0,,aad " UIIo'S uand rul~llurcu Juuaralct Itets `rn' - ,iuulr UOuiti eturulelrit zaanr.. Ile CIUl · aire illutiurtebs u 10 autr. A. I'. +Wubou. "wlo, ats in tue ia.,? looest ulter Cle eater I llulll nn omuelu wh1; also Mssee .Lewall l 'Iaad lIpna..,-a 0luriln.? - - Visltors Wore enCulitresIU ?g-LI the scene at the llurilyrnonlg rirer. anu tile nfle water aliauc lor tne aUair tl. eveejts. -· Il'n . we ,?aiso chlareln?J lu. tile OlOdplLaijty of tile wile lun irallay Young l~ueluera Ui tile Koucl; eoln ruwlugiUu, wilo, inl a liberal mu...
WEST'S PICTURE PALACE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
WEST'S., PICGIUtr PALACE Last week, at West's Picture Palace. iil bourne, tikre was a Vert use ulm O1 b m Queeus Yart, anid the new coUseraluory. 'auere were also tisrowu oatlUe screen umlu of- ire very line flowers tLaL Uurator Oliver has staglel in the' buliiullg, wnicli were very mtlc, aumtlred by, all prestent. :lu exclusilve picture On tLns wck'spro grasmlike in a ere.l-a Olkltiea I. eu tuie euia, tae title role iil Wkiktk i "L.aen uy tie celeorated Aiuericai actress,. uas lar -lotta Nlllson. 'tlls ilay is ar atbove the plane of. tie drama w?aicli merely inter ests anu thrills. It, is it play witl a ??as sage. Its directess,. sinplkcty anls power are Irres?ttuie. assn ha etOilgii apeali touches a reeponsve and Ylmpati.euic chord in tile heart or-all Iuumnlmty. - ,n0 stuatlonoi the woman uurglar. reformed by the kindness of tile man whose Ilousc sle attempts to ro. is onle 1 tile grist estL ermone ever tUramaslsu. 'Ihe heroiue. ieall. is a womauily womltaut. louse -?ters is' aul...
HUMOROUS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
HUMOROUS ITEMS +8 ':Hlow did you ever comet to bie a vege. t:mnan,. Slithers.' querried Bildad. "Oil. it nas perfectly simple," said Slithero. "'Alter I'd paid for my motor car 1 couldn't atlurdr * meat." thllel (qtizzingly): "Neonsnse!s I'llI wager yeu'll be tired of ltuarriago within twenty fontr hlours after you've bouglht me my' first new dtdsa.'" Frakh tIlerolcally): "'Well. tilen. I'll never buy one for you."' Fair Daltsel: "Newspapter work takes in almost everything, doeen't it?" lelpolt tmoving ut closer to her): "WelL yes. our srufeseou does ambaee a great deal." Tltet the light went out. "Bronsou's wife used to he one of your old ftmes. didn't lshei? ..Yes; I .was in reial misery wihen ohle throw me over for him." "Well. that tnakes you square. Now lironson's the saun in amisery." Floison: "I say, Johulny, which is Ctle way to the Theatre Itoyale" Smnall Boy: "'Hbow do yer know me name's Jlohtt,,t Flopson: "I guessed it." Small Boy: - Well. guess tile way. to tile Theatre ...
SATURDAY, 28th MARCH. VIVAT ESSENDON!!! NEXT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
SATrUJDAY. 28th ALCIIU. VIVA1~ ESENI DOt tN!D NEXT MEEvING. Tlhe final meeting of tIle'executive cor0 w!,itteu will be held on Tuesday uext. IThe Mayor acknowledes,' with thliuks. the following donatioul:- . 1 .Mr..Daniel Wilson 010 6. .. ;... v =? Mr. Fredleico- ... 1 0 IL&..e.. St. Monicas. br.nch- 1 0 Mr. Austin Bsltow, a, gentleman who was -ell known in Essendon 25 years s19o. but who hi8s latterly been. inl extensive busi iness lit the City. il has kindly granted the o one of one I.his motor cars to be run for the fete on 28th March.. The violin; coniplete with all necessary. aecoutrements " i cuset-'Presented - ' Mesa?. Allan and Co.. who are tile Al" tralian sole agents for tlc flllent hn;dll - I1 otruments in the world H0Iooley'-'-i beautiful eximille. It is a tie-tl.l n strument. and one thllt I Iy 11111" . would take a trids ill oeltie. 1ten-. Ahlls.n ...l C a. are toIl, l. ttllte I non tile libralitY of tlifir gillt i | ,roaable that tickets tor tie Violin %ill li...
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES The annunal meeting of tile Ascot Vao Football Club was lhell iln the Temperanc lail, last night. A full report of sura1 will aplearc in, our net ilssue. - Dr. W. d. A. Moss. of Bellnir street, Ken rrnpgtonl Iliod suddenlly from pneumonlia "a trs. Whito's private hopblital, East Mel bourne, on Thursday. The doctor wess at old and popular resident of Kensington an ille pllysician. and alprofe?sional man who will be much mites d throughout tilt district Il I leves a .widow but lo tlln ily. 0** lelen IBeadle. of "'Staitburn,' Fllethci street. Essendon, widow, who died on Feh ruary 11, left by will dated January 26 19th .real estate valued at £7.298 lie. anli personal estate valued at £3967 nis 9, ti relatives. The oengagement is anlunlled of r ies. lhil Calder, niece of Mr. anld Mrs. It. llis sell, of "W'eeroona." Litncol ro.dd. Essen don. aid Mrs. K. Baker. Essendotu. to Mr. ford-islire. England. 0** 'rihe diamond jubilee services of the South Essendon Methodist Clhur...
ADVANCES IN SURGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
At the ieeelit.ledial Cn'gr.-s. htld ill Londonll, over I) ip lrs ere r? reald hiv iinentill doctors in the world, each reporting the progres' imale in the dif fetent branches of reedii eh and sur gery and iuggesting the lines which may he follmied wiith advantage in fu t'ue research. S omet idea of the tnot Ih advancI'e may libet forme'd frollll theil rllll .llous rpolrts in the hfild if llr ser)'. For instance, the hmlan brain has been hlaid hare in its recesses. ind scllh operatio whi'h were considered in poh.,id., pert iously are now isually iomutinetil. l.iii defoirnimities which lre supposed to lie incultllle in times pasl are wll remedied. Some ur-ll geons hope to, grlaft iii Iibs obtainied frmnt persions killed aecidentally in iphace of those luiiputated from living people, and iproninit time when no one will be compelled to live with one arm or leg. Onie s?rgeonii descrilus a lprolss of boii Ir, lspllittatio by Shieh a hunclibik c llle madiled whole iand souitI. \Anotlher R...
CORRESPONDENCE THE RATTERY AND TIP. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
CORRESPONDENCE iLIE EATTERY AND TIP. . ," To the Editor Sir.--. notice Councillor Kiniearc has made several complaints recently. about tile smoke nuisance and bad smells. from the Holmes road tip, and as a resident near this objectionable place, I can safely say the nuisance has increased since the complaints, and this tip is a: disgrace to thle municipality. 1 am surprised at Coun cillor. Eddy opposing thie removal and elos ing of this. tip, and:if he is in earnest. the sooner he retires from the Council the better for all concerned. His argument that residents boughlt tile land 'dheap some years ago is ridiculous. Even if they got the land for nothing, is that any reason why Itooneo Pollds WVest should ho pIre vented from going aihead. The value of roperty would be increased ald n ore buildings erected, only for the presence of this breedling den for rats. The state ment that' the present tip would be filled up level iL two years is even sore ridiesi loes than other argnuments. it...
TURF TOPICS MARCH. 21. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. 25. SUNBURY RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
TURF TOPICS By Even Time. ... MARCH. 21. MOO1NEE VALLEY RACES..` 2'. SUNBURY RACES. " 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. On Saturday. Marctl 2Lst, Mr. A.; V. [ith kens wil ,irovidetthe racing fraternity a loo1nee .alley with aa good afternoon` sport. There are half a dlozen events dowl for deeision, and tte value in stakes to Is distributed amounts to £1000. leoonce Val Icy, which is so conveniently situated, i tie most popular of all suburban courses hnd withti aistn o n athe sitac o fe wealei lbts lanagemelnt can rely on Ihaving a goon attendance. - ? -7 P. Gtitinane htns taken Porch il Ibait again after his spell at Bachlus Marsh. C. Wheeler, of Caulflelt. it is said, wil train Mr. It. N. Palkiner's Ihorses for tlo future. Charles IHtchlins. oue of our old-timit jockeys, and ss resident of Flemington, dtiet last Friday in tle Melbourne .Iospital. liutchins was taken ill suddeny. Its leaves'ia grown-up fmuily.' asnd was aboult 54 years of age. Tile deceasedt rode The Asyrilttl to victory i...
SMOKE SOCIAL ASCOT VALE FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
SMOKE ::SOCAL --+---~-- ASCOT VALE FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL SMOKE NIGHT. The above slub held thlir annlal smoke night In the Temopranee halil. Ascot Yale, oa ednesdnay, 11th inst., all tle availo able uatIng accommodatIon In the ball being led. Cr. H. .o Col tone of the lubs epreident) - presided. In. th cou of opening remarks he referred to the intense heat, and hoped all would Cfollow li ex mpla and take off their ols. -Ie remarked that all present lie felu sure would.agree with hIm as to the ptiple. Iprogress madeo by the club dur ing ast season, and he was sure the club would meet th greater suctes ill 19l14 and hUe hoped their efforts Would be rewarded with th m d e r a .h ntd I'remnierslip Pennant. Aleltge. L prgnyway m as they had a very tlet ay programme. he would not detain hem ay longer, but before cloasing would ask ttem to nhpay thue game,' and he wits sure that they would co outr on top lCieers)a.toe Overture. Mr. Lee. Williamson. S?og, G.or. George Charles. Lizards' Club....
SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
SOCIAL -4-+-- ,~ The following tribute to the good citl it.nship and teaching ability of Mr. and iras. . 1'. Martin is extracted from the "'Trafalgar Times"; Mr. Martin has been appointed irst assistant teacher at tle. Uioneu Pond West State ecnool : VALEDIClORY. On Friday 23rd January, Mr. and Mrs. T. 1'. Martin, who, as previously announicedl in our columns, were leaving for Moonee J'onus. were tendered a social evening and I oesculation. Tilto lunction was well attended and took place in the new schoolroom. james, ant \alnous pastimes were kept merrily golng until about lUO., at lwilnce time the re. ireslumnnta provided by the ladies were partaken of in conjunction with most ex cellent tea and conee. It may be stated lati. as usual tile ladies played a most irulminent part in the promotion of the lunction. At the conclusion of tile supper, Mr. Coiqulloun brieny referred to the object of titoir assemluance, wllich was to bid adieu to Mr. and Mrs. Martin. both of wliomn were no hIi...
MEDICAL NOTES AN INVALID'S BED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
MEDICAL NOTES AN INVALID' LIED. The difficult problem of how to make a bed withl a sick person in it is here solved. If the invalid's apparel is to be changced, attend to that frst; then -allow a little time to rest. Placing the patient on one side of the bed. with a light coer ing over her, proceed to make the other saleo, moving away tile soiled lower sheet. putting on a clean sheeot. folded in -the tliadie of the bed lengotlwise; place a clean Pillow ready for the itead. Now ntove? tile patient over to the lresat sine ald mate the otlier, drawing out tile folded tart of tihe sheet. T'ake the cleani upper sheet and spread over the covering. already on thq bed. If the patient is not too ill to hold the ulpper Ipar ot tile sheet, she can do so: itI she is, pin eachl upper corner to tlhe bed and from tie foot draw out the iooseoed soiled sheet or other covering.-.
CURE FOR HUNCHBACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
S CURE FO IHUNCHBACKS. Great, interest was aroused nt the surgi: cul congress in Faris by 'the ann6unce ment by Dr. Calot of a now method lor cuting numpback and other spinal delorm. itie. This method is based upon the ln-. covery of Abbott that it in only when tho spinal column is in ltexion that it is sutm clently supple to be distorted, tile projec tlions on each side o! the vertebrae being thlen free to turn without friction. To cure tile deformity Dr. Caiot, therefore bends tile spille such a way as graoually to obtain hyper-correction by forming a temporary distortion in tile contrary di. rectinp. lie states that several complete cures have already been onected in ruls lly wliltlOlt undue pain to tile patients, ltlo eliure the treatment without comr ,huli.iL
CURABLE INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
CUBUALE INANITTY. Paris lunitic asylum. has stated that lie able oe diseasea? provided a cure can be Iý"""s n,~...? . h is not ___,ýgfrsil g,ýi- QP'it witS be a - nlg will be lound curable. Dr. ''oulouse states that be wats led to lilt upon1 his ile talnu o gilving oxygen injections i t aossi ble care tfor demelltia by observlng tact madness generally arose in a period o1 great exllustlon of bouy and nlerves caus cd1 uy ovorwort, strong emotion, griel, etc. As tile ationf o oxygen wa to stimulate lmtuensely tte vlgour ofI tIle eoytes ihe resotved to try it on i certnin numUer of eases, wtl mrost pronuislng resultls.
PERIODICAL EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
PERIODCI a M.A.INATION. The plain oe baving clluron periodically examined by a Uoctor 5 Ol vsery recest origlil, oat it Was rcoo?elso that it, w ?ea a good idea, and now there Is not a town tn llglllld WIlIC 111as ft l opted toe pl1n5. money is saved; it is cneaper to pay a doctor to uetsot some releasao do loct than to allow the child to grow up detectiveo and lave to sep 1im I sooo. somue lor the delective all llis hie. 'Tine fprlnciple ol periodical examinnatlon hlas ueeII applied to oster matters Irolm tine, -i1mmenloriahl. Mtallultictalrlg nRm oLto their premises inislltp?ut, 'tleir drlns i! Jacpueu. clteswrs, mac.Ilory. to say no-, tulng Uo tweir nooks; and the poor o01d 1 nsat. oudy is tllO one tlng tellL io t?.. uare oa isecll. .1110 iilme %-l come sWOII 0u0n anu women will wal into their do, tr's IIoUU on0e0 inl 8siX Mouts, or once a year. a ind se to o elaumled.
ALWAYS THE SAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
ALWAYS illt' TAME. It is astolishlng that so long as we are inh liealtl our temperature Is always toe alne v0.. i. Ouetween 915 and doegree kahir. .lnat is why toe doctor takes your teum perature witlh a clinieal tlhermometeor. unless you are ill tile thlermlometer ougllt to register 9i degrees. t1, does 1not0 mnt ter whetller it is midsummer or midwin ter. it mlatters no1 weuoleor you ire I'ln tile cricket held making a"century,'. with. tihe perspiraltion streaming' lowo. -your ,aee. or woltner you are snllverig ill the wind wateling a loot0all matcn. your temperature is always the same. The n0 gro sweltering "oil th1 line" and the BL 01mo sltting on the nortll Polo are both 1r exactly the same temlperature as regis tered by tile tllhermometer. One's oWI leellngs ore deceptive. 1t is well-known tlhnt in a paroxysm of malaria, whell thle temperature is mounting up and the pa tient is quite Ihot, he will shiver till his teetl chatter again, and will draw tle bed-clothes around him cl...
THE HAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
TIHE HAIE Title condition of the hair is dependent on the condition of tite general health. In many eaes tile principal object of the plhyelian is to improve the patient's. Ileoaltll. in the conhident anticipation thlat tihe contitiont of the Ilair will also im prove. 'tteo as an -instance," a grays ill neses. such as typhoid oever. Tihe whole system is prolounatly depressed; nothing is working righlt: appetite. digestivoe apparatus.- heart. and lungs are add temporarily out of order. And what Ihppens to tile poor. old, hair of the hcaa? it Jails out in handluls. then as the pa: ientg.;ets: better'a frenhll crop rot new orm ie .. wetterealta as netore. The ap llatfel hs io eit and ointments in not ey aoily means alno?ys necessary. An anaemic girl should treat her hair only through her general Syr' tern. Of course. the lhair must always? e well brushed and washed at eertain t;ner. a-?Lt but it must not be forgoti.tn this there are the two ways of treating tlhe hair. ote by direct att...
BUSINESS MAN'S DIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
WOsW BUSINESS MAI'S DIGESTION. One of the most common causes of indi-. gestion where men are concerned, is the' hurried lunch taken at mid-day. Business and pressure of work Is the usual eicase made for the habit, but very often it is by no means a valid one. and the business man could with perfect case devote a full hour to the eating of his lunch and to a little walk or a quiet pipe after it. Ho usually chooses the very busiest hour.of. the day for his lunch. It is a mistake, because lie is chafed by tile delay which he is always subjected to in gettingwhat bho wants. Quarter of anl hour earlier there would be an appreciably smaller crowd in the dining-rooms, and lie would be spared the annoyance of waiting. Even a alight thing like that has an influence on the appetite and the' condition of the expectant stomach. Then when the ooW! comes, lie is so anuxious to make up l r the enforced loss of time that nolllung is properly masticated. Bolted food, no mat ter what it is, is certai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
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