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Rain Gauge, December. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
Rain Gauge, Deemliber.: Thel following particulais are sup plied- by 3Ir. H. E. Hodllic :??: 1911, '3.30; 1912, 3.34; 1918,' 1.01. The year: 1911, 3-.32; 1912,. 21.14(; 1913, 19.37. 'Lemperaturo in the shade at 9 a.m., Deqember:-l1911 ighe.st 86. lowest: (56; average 67.: 1912 Highest 80, towest 56; average 66. 1913-Highest 98, -lowest 60; average. 73.
Broadmeadows Shire. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
Broadmeadows Shire. As advertised, the meeting of the above council for exanmining and set tling the accounts of the municipali ty for the year ended 30th September, 1913, will be held at the Shire office, Broadmendows, on 15th January, 1911, at 11 e.m. The annlual.ntt.temelifi printed., and is open for:ihspedtion: .t thle shire ollffice, by part!j interested.
Aberfeldie Heights. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
Aberfeldio Heights. On Tuesday, the Melbourno and lMet ropolitan Board of Works communeced laying down a water main in Beaver t street, Aberfeldie. Recently fMr. Pip pey, auctioneer, of Footscray, and Mr. 'Tucker, builder, acquired the greater part of the Aberfeldio estate, which. it is admitted on all sides, is the pick of the metropolitan residential areas. These gentlemen, who have almost completed, j) elayver street, Aberfel die, the first villa, which is built on latest modern shientibfi principles, have completed arrangements for the installation of the electric light at Aborfeldie. Therefore, intending buy ers are catered for in no mean way by theos enterprising gentlemen.
"BODER MORNING MAIL." AN INTERRUPTED FEAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
"BODER MOILNING MAIL." AN INTERRUPTED FEAST. The arrest of the host at a chanm pagne supper party occurred at an Auckland restaurant on a recent Thursday night, Alfred Robert Cur tis, 22, attired in evening dress, being apprehended on a charge of breaking and entering a city secrcery store. A quantity of property supposed to have been stolen was found in accused's rooms, which were crammed with silk shirts, decorative waistcoats, gorgeous socks and ties. Detectives had sus pected accused and had arranged with the proprietor of the cafe, where Cur tis had ordered a most elaborato and expensive supper, to effect his arrest. On arrival of the fashionably dressed party the host, was directed to go behind a screen where the detectives awaited him. They induced Curtis to accompany them quietly. The pro prietor told the party the host had gone for the night, and the sup per was declared off. DO MOTORS WEAR OUT ROADS? Fralicis Bacon one day found a con ference of scientists discussing why i...
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
NOTES BY THE WAY By "Observer." Complaints have appeared in the metropolitan papers of; the officious and offensive action of sdmo constables in the city when enforcing the "move. on" regulation. It is said 'that they inform respectable citizens in a need lesly brusque and uncouth 'manner that they must not linger in conversa-. tion, and sometimes-s b them a sort of half-shore, or at? hnyrato place a hand.on their shoulder, to lend force to their injunction. Tho complaints apeanr in the main well founded, and should at once receive the attention of the Chief Commoissionor. - rouching a person under suck circuL..nces is quite uncalled for, and is eminently calculated to provoke resentment. It is suggestive of arrest, and naturally people do not like to 'Tel "the hand of the law" on them--es?iecially when they- have no0 committed any, offence. i-.'i o aHmsoy i'o in juatioelo toL-t.eo elice,' ] mnst `?y': tihat tlhi-nay:com ebg the yo'un uudes conigregate in't - _o ''Puppy's Corner" in...
PLEASANT SUNDAYS THE BROTHERHOOD AND ITS WORK (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
THE BROTHERHOOD AND ITS. WORK (Communicated.) - The president, Bro. A. J. Dalgleish, gave a stirring address on Sunday last in the Masonic-Hall. The attendame was aiffected by the.holidays, but all those present feltthat there.was at great tuture before the Brotherhood movement, and the president: aid officers are determined during the com ing year to make tlhe meetings more popular tlumi ever before. Taking as his topic "The Brotherhood aind Its Work," the speaker said-Many peo ple in our district did not understand the inorement, and speakinig as a churchman and as a mani who ihas been in the-inneor worlding of church life, if the Brotherhood stands for anything it is for the principle of Cllristianitv. He and others beolieved that there was something l-acking in getting hold of young men and women. One is led to wonder that the churches are not doing their duty.- Young men and womeno can come if they wish, or they icai stop away, and that is the attitude of our churches. ~h'ey ar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. W. ELLWOOD. & CO..' 1BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS.' 81 WILSON STREET, MOONEE PONDS.. Estimates given and plans di;awn.-: TIHE SMART IIAT SHOP. HARRISON'S 53 PUCKLE ST., MOONEE PONDS. (Late Mrs. Vernon's). FOR MEN'S WEAE. DIXON & BOUCHIER 18 PUCKLE ST., MOONEE PONDS (Opposite the Theatre) English, Colonial, :ld lForeign Confectiunery, Cool Drinks, &c. Ice Crean ; Speciality. The iPremises have bescu El:ttl a Ie lln i1enov'atlcd throughoul. New : I Up-to-Dale Stock. Tel. 665 A\scol. X MISS DUGGAN X X Has,ciitunenced hbusiness at the New lBuildligs, 69 PUCKLE ST., MOONEE PONDS x X And has a large stock of Stationery, Fancy Goods, School X . Books ;lln.d all lequisitcs. Xtias Presents andlltl Gifts. New X SR Year's Gifts. The Stock is all New, adtt an inspection is X X iinvited. X X X + ++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++ A. M. F, PEARSE + PRATT STR ET, MOONEE PONDS + +. + Manufacturer of all kinds of Leather Goods. Wholesale " and Retail. All Cla...
"BRIGHTON SOUTHERN CROSS." A BOGUS WILD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
"U1RIGHTON SOUTHERN CROSS." A BOGUS WILD MANli' A "burlesque wild man" was ano t?her of the numerous attractions-' at the Beach. 'Tile "wild man". was chained to a post and the crowd were advised by the attendant not to toucl him l as lie would spring at them. Th' warning acted allri ht for some tin? until a young man wic thou wt-rn?'urq x71 turn of-mind than the rest started poking the individual with a stick. A Iook onl the latter becameo entangl&d il the "wild man's hair," whach was of a considelralil length, and in at temipting to pull the stick'away a wig camo ff. The "wild man" showed no conceLrn, whereupon the crowd ).e camlle suspicious. Someono exclt:in ed, 'It's i fiake," and thocry was imi mediately takein lp.by the rest. They demanded their money Iack, and when that was refused; thrseatened -to ituar down the building, but even that was of no avail upon the attendant. A nulmber of young men cop ntiened to pull down the .cannas screeninigs whilst others sidured ho...
CRICKET ESSENDON CHURCHES V. FOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
CRICKET " ESBENDON CHURCHES V. FOOTS - ORAY AND WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS. The Essendon Churches and the Footecray and Williamstown Juniors met ab Williamstown,. and the game re. suited in an easy victory for the Es sendon Churches by an innings and 38 runs. The Juniors batted first, and made 89, McLaughlin 22, Connery 21, and Marion 20 being the only double figure scores. Baker got mnost of the rwckete-six for 32-off 10 overs, and R'an, who kept a beautiful length, got two for 31 off 14 overs, seven of which were maidens. The Essendon Churches replied with 205, Griersoin being the most successful batsman, getting 54 (four 4's) in an hour and ten minutes. Trathan also shaped nicely, for 34. M3inns bowled remark ably well for the Juniors, getting the splendid average of seven for 36. In their second innings the Footscray and Williamstown Juniors only made 78, Allen 34, and Cook 28, :getting most of the runs. Steel, a googly bowler, this time did the damage, get ting six wickets for 12 off...
BOWLING THE McCRACKEN TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
BOWLING THE McCRACKEN TROPHY. W. F. Stephens, Woods, Cox, Tuy lor ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 27 Touzel, Showers, G. Stephens, .Steel ... .. 29 .Steel.. .................29 Beard, Box, Weare, Russell ...... 19 Bowtell, Hamilton, Barrie, Riley 21 MOONEE PONDS, 88. Cohen, Gerrard, Eastwood, Young 15 Bennet, Tatterson Swift, Dowlan 19 Parker, Cockerell, Fitzgerald, Smith .... ......... 33 Davie, F. Young, Collings, Maple stone ... .. 21
A TAKE DOWN 10 YARDS OF SILK FOR 2s 6d. A FRAUDULENT ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
A TAKE DOWN 10 YARDS OF SILK FOR 2s 6d. A FRAUDULENT ADVERTISE MENT. Several weeks ago this paper re ceived an advertisement from Sydney, offering to sell 10 yards of silk for" ?s 6d, carriage paid. The money was to be sent to the Ceylon Silk Com pany, Central Chambers, 173 Pitt-st., Sydney. With a view of testing the genuineness of the transaction we "ap plied the acid" by writing requiring that the advertisement be prepaid. This usually sorts out a fraud--ether' upon the Press or Public. It did so in this case, as we received no reply; and, needless to say did not insert the advertisement. We therefore protected our numerous readers from being imposed upon. We notice that the advertisement has appeared in several of our contemporaries. The following summary of the case from "Tane order Morning Mail," fairly sets out the position:
POETRY O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
POETRY 0. COME ALL YE FAITHFUL. A pretty card for- Christmas cane From someone who'd- not Signed their name, But I wish to thank them - All tho same For words upon the card did show They wished me well, And trusted I would not - Let the.time go by Without a song of praise To God on High. I thought how much happier All would be, If at Christmas time they would, Throu h C r ist ti , 1 01,; i. That He for our example. died, That grace from. Heaven Should cleanse frIom pride, And that a:ltho' Ho loved us so, Peace, sweet peace can only flow When pardon we to others show.
THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
.THUMBS; UP F . rom Sydney Sunday Sun: -A nvew arrival to Tasmania started a I ,poultry farm at Bridgewater, and I 'bought some poultry from a neighbour'. Tho neighbour, calling on hiiim iome n time after, enquired about the poul try.[ Ho said: "One of the hens oat all the time and laid no eggs." liHe told hint she was clucky. lie said: "What was clucky?" iHe repeated that she w'anted to sit and bring out chickens, so sold him a setting of eggs. Callig on hin somei time after, lie enquireI .bout the poultry, also about the hen hie put down with the eggs. He said. "She brought out. ten chickens, but awe. drowned five, as..wo thought the another could not suckle the lot." Cleni. Farrell.,'Reoso ay, Lindsfare, c. 'Tssmania _ A. darkm lwas sent from ra.station to ha",g ia pair of gates. :-.When he came h tate ihe. boss asked him:. "How did you gon onl Jackie? Did you hang tho g?imsP' . ,.No, not.. hang- 'o , 'rope break; drowne 'em longs- tamnik" I'P. Darchie Roto --Post Office, near Hi...