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EARACHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
EARACHlI:. Acute pain Io the ear, to which chitdren, tre chietly subject, most freqtuently arises Irom tinlsumation, it isf accompanied by a setse of throbbittg pain and noise in tile ear; sonmetimes deatfness and general ylnptolUl of fFever. In every case of this kind, dislereionl of tile intlanmlatiou is to be attempted, first by dropping al little laudanum into the pa:lssagc, and by the application of d blister behitd tte wli th snhould be kept olpen until the teytnl) Loots are eonsiderablty abated. In all eases of a slight strture this treat eteet will Ibe found to succeed. tut ill more violent affections. suppuraetion is often un voiidtbhloe the tet enecy to whichl is marked by an increase of patin ill tile organ, and b a Luore general affection of tile head. 'The only treattatlt theln left is to ets deavnour to pronsOte Sulpiuration by lomen lation. or by injecting w.artt water itito the ear by Iemans Ol a syrilge. A pou.ltire has also I)etell advised. but tilt' sitllatlon ren...
Diamond Jubilee. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
Diamond Jubilee. &nbsp; The South Essendon Mthodist Chltrch will celebrate their diamond jubilee by special services next Sunday, when the Rev. J. H. Cain will preach at 11 a.m., and Rev. A. Madsen at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. On Tues- day, 24th inst., a public meetiug will be held, at which Mr. W. C. Thomas will preside, the speakers being Rev. J. Thomas, B.A. (president of conference) and minis- ters of all local churches. On Thursday, 26th inst., a diamond jubilee re-union of past and present officeers, members ain adherents will take place.
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
FOOTBALL Alf. Gough has been appointed play ing coach to Hawthorn for this sea D. 31cNa;mara has been granted a clearance to St. Kilda. There were 21 players at training on Tuesday night, among iwhom : were some splendid players. : Bob -lardilan,: -Xavier's achampion player is a brilliaiitall-round player. Los Diggle& SidBarkerand .i Pain .are already in form, i Ebbott, from St. Kilda is i great find. r , .Coffey, who comes from -Somerton, slows great promise.:? . .Eddie Kemp, of. Carlton ,district. rwho'created a goal-kicking record: iraii ;a. local chuirch team" tive? years- ago, was at training on Tuesdray night. :' Tlie m bers iti ckets are:selling well and the prospects -for the.comiig 'sea "son' are particularly bright. A mistake was made in our last is sue. concerning, the practice matches. The correct fixtures are--March 28, Footscray Juniors; April 4, South Mel bourne D)istrict; April 11. Ascot Vale Football Club. In the rouirse If one of his lecture .trips. Mark Tw...
CHURCH NEWS ESSENDON BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. 23rd ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
CHURCH NEWS'; ESSENDON BAPTIST SUNDAY :SCHOOL.' 23rd ANNIVERSARY. The 23rd anniversary of the Essen don. Baptist Sunday school was suc" cessfully conducted on Sundaj" and lo0nday last. The Sunday services wre welil at tended. The pastor, Rev. G. P. lees. preached in the morning; and in the afternoon,. a very interesting address on "Clocks," by the Rev. S. .E. Dor man, was attentively listened to by the scholars, and also proved enter taining for tihe grown-ups. In the cvening, the pulpit was occupied by the lev. W. Clark. The church was very prettily decor ated the "bright golden tints of the floral portion Tarmonising nicely with the evergreens, among, which wore large yellow butterflies, the whole har ing a nice effect, On Monday evening, the annual tea meeting was held, the school' children being regaled with sandwiches, cake. etc., at.5.30; and at G.30 the'tables were crowded with parents and visitors who did full justice to the delicacies. The entertainment in the evening taxed...
THE REGIMENTAL BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
THE REGIMENTAL BAND. They gaily march before us, l)ecked out in war's array; With firm and manly bearine. These warriors of to-day. What pride of strength, what darihg Gleams in their eyes so keen They live but for their Empire, For England's king and queen. Australia's sons are loyal, Are steadfast, brave and true: That which they would accomplish, That will they surely do. They lightly scorn all danger; Like pioneers of old, Will guard their name and honour With courage, fierce and bold. Exultantly we view them. But, ah ! our thoughts will stray To battle's grim reprisal. (God grant us peace, we pray.) Yet, as we voice our pladdits, All incomplete they stand; We miss the strains of music, Our regiment lacks its band. Oh, wond'rous power of music! Amid the battle's din, When foes are pressing closer, And ranks grow weak and thin; Let songs of home and country Resound fromn bugles clear. Each arm is nerved to vict'ry, And cheer responds to cheer. Have ye not heard the story, In Luck...
Tadgell Bros.' Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
Tadgell Bros.' Auctions. On Saturday next, March 2th, at 3 o'clock. at "oylc. Edward street. etweell Thors and tristle sreeots Essendon, tessrs. Tdllad Brotlers will offero by public auction the exceptlonally well-situated villsa residence, contafining rooms, bathroom, scullery, Tah ouse t entry d ashlr hoo rpantry etc.; verandah front, side and rear, seoered. Land 6t by 165 The position is elsvated and healthy, and close to electric" tram. Un Saturday next, March 28 at 4 o'clock, Messrs. Tadgell Bros. will of fer n detached cottage residence sith large block of land at 32 Roseberry street, Ascot m ale, close to Union roadl and tram. Thle land hlas a frontage of 61 feet to tile north side of Rose berry street, by a depth of 150 feet. Teho cottage contains 4 rooms, bath retl, ns aslhoseo and convdniences. Thie house is setwered. Lis W\ednesday, April lst,'at 16(5 Wel ts;gton street,. Fleminsgton, right on hie Ihill, close corner of Mt..-Alexander road and hest street, Messrs. Tadgell...
Labourer Killed. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
Laboulrer Killed. Jeremiah Murphy, a labourer, living at Rlaih?ay place, Nowmarket, who had been employed at the regrading worli which is being carried out at the South Yarra railway station, was crossing the lines on last Wednesday morning, to reach the passenger platform, when he saw an express train from Caulfield coming towards him. In trying to avoid the express he was struck down and killed by the 8.15 a.m. Oakleigh train. Constable C. T. Sm'ith removed the body to the Morgue, where an in quiry will be held. --® @.@. •
Musical. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
L M.. E. A. P .rker, professor of mf.usic and sihging, late of Shuiter stlreet. has removed to Margaret street, near Moo? nee 'onds railwsay sation. r. rParker is prepared to receive pupils for sing img, piano, pipe organ, hIarmony and counterpoint. The Victorian festival choir has recently engaged Mr. Parker to sing t?e tenor part in tho "'ies sinh," on April 6th, in the Auditorinm. Tile other principals lre-Soprano, MLadam. Mary Conly; contralto Elise Grosholtz; bass, Mr. F. It. Coller.
JUMBLE STALL [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
JUMIBLE STALL lHed: Mrs. Wells. Assistants: Mrs. Gordon Allard. Mrs. W. A. Blair, Mrs. 11. Jones, Miss Burrow, Mrs. Tytherleigh Miss Horn dlige, Miss C. Ault, 'Miss Ruby Hum phreys, Miss L. Ault, Miss Wellington, M[ss I. Brown,-liss Bla ir, his ?. Miss 'ytlherleigh, FMiss.0. Franklin, mliss V. Franklin, Miss Stephens, Mrs. J. Kerr. Don't fail to visit the Jumble Stall. Everything you require will be_there. All sorts of pretty things and pretty girls to attend to you. Eves front and. more straight on to the Jiumble Stall. The C'udet Doll, kindly dressed by Mr. E. G. Taylor, for the Sweets Staul. A.W.A., and on view in the windiw of Mr. Simons, Puckle street, has at tracted a good deal of attention, and has been a good advertisement for th.e Feto. The .Mayor begs to acknowledge with thanks receipt of the 'following ad ditional donations:-Mr. F. J. Tadgell, 10s lid; Mr. Smith Macdonald, £1 is: MIr. W. C. Thomas, £3 3s; DMr. W. S. lHickenbothamuu, L1 is; Mr. W. H. Beck, 10s; A.W.A., Fle...
PLEASANT SUNDAYS P.S.A. BROTHERHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
PLEASANT SUNDAYS' '.S;.A. BROTHERHOOD. There was a large attendance at the Brotherhood meeting in the Masonic Hall oni Sunday last. The orchestra was exceedingly good. The speaker was. Mr. H. i. Richardson. of Y.MI.C.A., who spoke'on the "Big Boy :Movement." ... -. : ! -.',yus.,OtOObf'tht in hero 'iss 'Mel bourne are calling out for. leaders for non who will talk a little less about the 'boy'-problem," and do a, little more, Calling out for men with hand, untonuched by ai 'direcr ChirtS" tiaiiu agency othe tboihan they may be getting in their 'own homses. Can it beo possible, we ask ourselves-wo who are Clhristian men--can it be possible that every one of these boys masy, in the near future, take some step which will lead to the ruin of his life, and possibly the lives of others? ' Can it be possible?, Yes, it is possible, unless the .Cluistian community of this city firstly realises its responsibilities, and, secondly, carries theme out. The bey' probleim will never he pro pierly a...
ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY .With a cooler atniosphere prevail ing, and a good programme on the cards it was little wonder that the monthly social of the above society onl :Thursday last was attended by an audience that- filled every part of the hall, and even crowded the passage. Punctually at eight p.m.- (II!). strains of the bag pipes were singing through the hall as Piper Harris played a --stirring march. Mr. T. M. McKay, a chain- ption in his day, next danced. tho "Sean rIruiblais" in a manner which showed his- feet had lost none of their cun ning, though- his breath was not equal to reso id to the hearty encore. In his Highland Fling, this artist also scored, and provided : welconmechange from. th uvemile dancing. ' `'nod .sang- w tast ai precison'l e omerited the' ciitliusiastic encore to which lie res ponded. His second billed item, "My love is like ia Red Red Rose" again "suited the quality of the artist's voice and again pleased the folks. M-r. Andrews lia.' a splen...