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Meteorological. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
®-v Meteorologietl. The following figures wore iegistered by Mr. H. E. ?ollick, J.P.. at Moonee Ponds:--tain gauge, March-1912, .57; 1913, 4.68; 1914, 1.97. First quar ter- 1912,:2.90; 1913, 5.79; 1914, 3.92. Thermometer in shade, at 9 a.m., March-1912: highest 82, lowest 58; average G6. 1913: highest 76, lowest 52; average 61. 1911: highest 86, low est 60; average 68.
Sale at Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Sale at Esseedon. Coruwell and Co. Pty. Ltd. (H. W. Sin clair. auctioneer. will sell to-day (Thursday) 2nd April, at 1 p.m., on the premisens 5t Brewster streetn. .sendon, a, charming 7 roomed brick villa and conveniences. cowered, electric light, motor earage, etc.. tont by auct. e title is c ormmeate At 1.15 p.m., the same day, Crisp, Woods and Co. will conduct a clearing sale of surplus household furniture, comprising dining room suite, extension table, handsome wal nut bookcase, bedroom suites. bedsteads. costly carpets and linoleums and numerous sundries. The furniture is to be sold lwhelther the Ihouse is sold or not. Orders to inspect may be had from the two firmi of auctioneers. Messrs. Cornwell and C,. (H. W. Sitclair, auctioneer) will offer, on Sat urday, 3 p.1., Market and Queen sts., l'ssendon, two net' W.B. villas, 2 ititi utes 'oms tIram, in ant excellent iUsin lioll. 'JThe atctinlleeor easn recslultlltnd these propcrtios" as higlh and dry, antl in one of the best Iosi...
Tadgell Bros.' Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Tadgell Bros.' Auctions. At three o'clock sharp, on Saturday next, Messrs. Tadgell Bros. are .an nounced to hold auction sale of free hold investment property at-13 and 15 Arden street, Kensiilgtoi, consisting of two brick cottages, situated right. on the hill. Iteserve reasonable to close accounts. Orders to view properties: from the auctioneer, Messrs. Tadgell Bros., 70 Elizabeth street, Melbourne, and Moonee Ponds, Ascot Vale and Es sendon (opposite stations). 3Messrs. Tadgell Bros., auctioneer, announce a special roealising sale- on Saiturday nest, - at four o clock, on the property, at Moonee Ponds VWest. 21 Latrobe street, and a good build.. ing allotment. in Darling street. 'The property in Latrobe street consists of an attractive Queen Anne villa, con taining 4 rooms, hall, bathroom, punl try, and washhouse, verandahs, etc., severed, nice fittings, incandescent light, asphalt paths, good allotment, r.o.w. side and .rear. The allotmenit in Darling street, between Maribyr nong...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Munch sympathy is felt for Sergeant Charles Bennett, olficer in charge of the Moonce Ponds police station, re garding the death of his wife, which sad event transpired on 30th March. The deceased lady led a quiet, reserved' life, yet she will be much missed for her. uniform kindness to others, and her unselfishness as a good wilte and mother. Sergeant Bennett has been long enough in Essendon to have he come deservedly esteemed as a con scientious and faithful officer of police,; as well as a good citizen. He lhid sur rounded himself and wife with a charm *in bright home, i beautiful garden, an v every prospect seemed fair, until the crushing blow of losing his help meet came: The sorrowful feeling of the whole district goes oit to meet popular, respected Sergeant Bennett in his deep affliction in the loss of a good wife and mother.
Rise in Land Values. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Rise in Land Values. Mr. A. E. Young, auctiotneer, lvid a successful sale of allotments of land in. Buckley Park Estate on Thursd:;y last, when he submitted allotments in Ogilvie end Bradshaw streets. The at tendance 'was large and the bidding very spirited. The respective lots re alised an average of £35 10s each in the streets above-mentioned. It is significant that the price obtained is the highest secured for inside allots in this estate since the land-boom of 1888. and augurs well for lands on the out skirts of the' Essendon distiict, which are rapidly coming into popular fa vour
Boy Breaks His Arm. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Bloy, Breaks His Arm. A boy named James Lewis, aged 11, living at, Erskino street, North Mel bourne,. while sitting on a hand rail of a bridge at the Macaulay road rail way station, on Mouiday, fell off and broke his right anrm. He was taken to the Melbourne Hospital, where his injuries were atteodedl.to.
Absorption of Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Absorption "of.Brunswick. A- meeting, preliminary to .a coufer ence to consider, the question of the absorption of the Brunswick munici pality by the.City of Melbourne Coun cil, was held: on Friday afternoop at the Town Hall.. Thoe Ldrd'Mayor (Cr.. ). V. Henlinessy) presided. Tile meet ing was the outcome of- a request by the Brunswick Council for the City Council-to meoet itin.conferenco to ,on sider "the question,. and - informal discussion took plilce with re gard to the lines on which the counc:ls should proceed in the accomplishment of unification. A further meeting witl be held about a month hence, when the members of the conference will he in possession of certain facts, of which they harve but little knowledge at pre scut. The following representatives at Irunswck,; the iMayor, Or. c 1illhard, Cr. Allarud, Cr. Fleming and Cr. Phil lips.
SONG FOR AUTUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
SONG FOR AUTUMN. \\hII tlhe flowers of summer have And the soft tints of autumn ap pear, Shall we shiver aI1d shake, complaining That colt,. ldreary winter is near? Now. do inot: that wouhl he too sills; FIor joys that have passed, let's lihe And alien winter comes, let's Ite jolly Let love ilna;(rdl (neighbors ble showL,. Forgive and forget what offendeId. And let othltrs' faults mend vour own Ah! The audience held their cbreath and simply th-r-rillid as Bravado Jack, the hert , killetl tlhe last of the Indians. lie staggered about, Ite almost fainted with thle ltoss of blood. Then he gazed ahut hinm, and suddenly his voice rang lIt wilt huipe. "See!" he cried. ''The tlaw- breaks Iiritht upont yont topmost heights!"' The stage remained in almost total "SeI!"' tt yelled again. "'The dalwn Ibrlks bright Iupon onl tolpmost heights I" Still darkness reigned. "Thie dawsn ! The daa'wn!" he scrleamed raging about the stage. "It breaks! The dawn s" A head popped over the mnonnain lop. 'Old...
A Sydney Motor Hog. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
- A Sydney Motor IHog' Arthur Brown, 27, a Sydney.nmotor hog, anid taxi-cab driver, who knocked downli and fatally injured a lady, then speedily drove off, was sentenced to five years' lard labour. He appealed for lenienicy, hit Mr. Cullen, C.J., told the "hog" that lie had disentitled him self to any consideration. This will be a lesson to lots of other "'hogs."
Essendon's Military Fete and Tattoo AT QUEEN'S PARK. GREAT SUCCESS ACHIEVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Essendon's Military Fete and Tattoo -4-t- AT QUEEN'S PARK. GREAT SUCCESS ACHIEVED. The long-looked-for fete to raist funds for equipping' the senior cadet; and the citizen solfliers of the Essen don district with band instruments colours, gyminastic apparatus, Iprize for competition, etc., was eld it Queen's Park, Moonee Ponds, on S?it urday afternoon, 28th March. After the heavy storm which took place the previous day, it was anticipated that the weather might not be very aus picious, but the reverse was the cast and a splendid day was the outcome. A drill hall is to he erected on part of the pound site in Pascoe Vale road, Moounee Ponds, and tile idea of tile fete comnittee was to make the drill hall as comfortable as possible for tile hils, who are undergoing a military train ilg. The heads of the different con tingents, together with tlie business people and the local conmnittee, worked with a rill for some two montlhs, and the result was a meost successful fete. the attendances...
CONVICTS DRAW A PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
CONVICTS DIIAW A PLOUGH. Convicts at the penitentiary at Perth. Scotland, are used instead of hormes to draw a plough. The farm attached to the pr soll can be seer from the road, and it Ssaid tolat the convicts reseat the public gazing at them while they are compelled to to ?uch work. A correspondent who interviewed an ollteial at the large prison at (Ilasgow was informed. however. that the ptrisoners are fond of the opportunity of having open-air work, ant so foprteen or fifteen co!victs are attached to each plotgh; there is no charge of overwork. 'ithey are selen at work by the public at tile Glasgow enlltre. Bald thte fllteihl. ald rather like oeelng the people than other l?se. No one is allowed to take snapshots of the prisoners at work.
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
SOCIAL. BREVITIES ~ The St.. Andrenw's-Suinday school an niversary at Sunbury was a great suc; cess; the sermionls being condulcted by the Rev.' T. 'Watt-Leggaitt. The ten meeting was well patronised, and'the arrangements were. well carried out. The' aialUilll meeting of the Sunbir.y Golf Club' i as a most successful' one. ind: trophies for thie coming season aroe boon promised by the Hon. ]tims sell Clarke and 'Mrs. Clarke. Mr. D. A Little, emngineer ind see retary of the Meltoin Shire, hias been appointed engineer and secretarv to tle Werribee Shire. Mr: George Minuns succeeds hini. The Rev. S. J. Serpell, brother' of 1Mr. J. Serpill, of Sunbury, and for meoly a nminister of the Sunbury 3Meth odist ChurcH, has been elected presi dent of the New Zealand Methodist Confereonce. 'he first(lilhimn sllow nof the Brins wick and Cobuirg Horticultural Society will be opened by Lady Stanley on Sat urday afternoon. Over £G3.was realised from a garden fete hold atthe residence 'of Dr. C. P; D...
Ascot Vale Congregational Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Ascot Vale Congregational Chur1ch. The Rev. A. C. Newehorry, of' Ben edigo, has- accepted a unanimous call from the members of Ascot Vale Coc. gregational Church, to.become their pastor, and will begin his ministry on Sunday April 5th, by preaching morn ing and evening, on the occasion of their Sunday school anniversary. Mr. Newberry comes with it reput.ation as an earnest worker and capable preaclher and takes a very special interest in the yonldg life of his church rand district. 1Rev. J. G. Stirling, of Flemington Presbyterian Church, will preach in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. Special hymns will be sung by the children, assisted by choir and orchestra, u:ld,"t the conductorship of Mr. Clem iel ville. A tea and public meeting will be hold ,on Monday, 6th, at wltc n farewell presentation will be made to tileý °u.W,.- EKis. cwho has tel·l!c extending over .81 years, and carries with him the love and good wishes of all, young and old, to whom he has ministered for so long a time.
An Intelligent Boy. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
An Intelligent Boy. John Burps, an intelligent lad of eleven summers, was called to the wit ness-stand- at tihe Essendon Court on Monday.. The case was onion stealing. "Do you know the nature of an oath?" queried the clerk of courts. "Accord ing to my catechism I do," replied little John. "What'll happen if you tell a lie, then?"quoth the clerk. "Oh, go to hell," replied the boy. • But the clerk did not go there. Instead he pro ceeded with the swearing of this most excellent witness.
Essendon District Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
E.sseqdon District Scottish Society. 'The monthly m6eing of members for business and harmony takes place on Wedinesday next, 8th April, in the Lodge Reom, 'Masonic Hall, at 8 p.m. At the special general meting last month, the matter of tryihg to make those meetings more attractive ,ind a "driv" for the members was thorough ly gone iito. The result was the de sire to mike it known that business oc cupies a very small part of the venl ing,'the bulk of the time being occu ied by musical and elocutionary jtcus by those present. It is all : onanl programme; anyone who feels iniclne can sing or recite, and the more the merrier. What is now wanted--uld has been wanted for a long time-is to make the members take an interest in thsre meetings and come forward and help; if not vocally, at least by their presence. A special commitlte has been appointed to draw up pio. grainsIes for each niglt, and thus make it certain that thosse who attend will have an enjoyable evening. This neet ing is the ...