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SPRING MOTOR WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
SPRING MOTOR WHEEL. .ln account of the unavoidable ill. I:-:cnt disadvantages of the ordinary Cype of pneumatte' automobile tyre, designers have been striving for seve ral years to bring forth a tyre with lpuncture-proof qualities, yet retaining the necessary resiliency to afford de sirahlo riding qualities. To this end one wheel manufacturer in particular claims to have solved the problem and will place his product on the market this month. The fundamental idea of the wheel is the carrying of the load on horizontal helical springs connected alternately to the outer and inner rims with ball and socket connections. There are 14 of these springs arranged around thie periphery of the wheel rim in such a manner that each spring carries 1-14 f the total load on the wheel. " When the car strikes an ob struction the shock is communicated through the solid rubber tyre and is taken up by the reaction of the helical springs. The centre of the wheel is ade in ithe sameo way as any ordinary aut...
MAGNETIC SEPARATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
MAGNETIC SE'PARIX 'OiS. In different kinds of grinding mills it is fouid that fragments of iron cause disastrous explosions, as for in stance in an English oil works where iron turnings in the mills gave sparks which set fire to the inflammable ma r, ial. A number of works in Europe and especially the ones which suffered from this class of accident, are mak ing use of magnetic separators in the shape of rovolving drums. Inside the drums are powerful electro-magnets which cause the iron particles to ad here to the surface of the drum, so that the pieces are taken up and de livered over to tho'other side where a suitable scraper takes them-off. In the improved types, the inside magnets have a&lt;i wsrding of alumninium y.re, self-insulated by oxide, ,o t'bt the - coils are heat and moisture iroof and the device is very reliable. Such mag netic separators are recommended for cocoa or bone mills, chemical works, coal crushers, sugar refineries, and grain mills, as well as in the...
DUST FOUND AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
I)UST FOUND AT SEA. ThLe ITarmattan is a dry north to east wind that blows in winter on the upper'Guinea coast in Africa. While it prevails the air is filled with fine dust. The characteristics of this wind are most eatsily explained on the sup position that it comes from the Sahara l)esert, and is analogous to the "gibli" of Tripoli. However, the extensive burning of grass which goes on at the harmattan season might, account for the remarlkble dustiness of the wind. In order to help to elucidate the ori gin of this wind, Captain yon See fried, stationed in Togo, has recently collected specimens of harmattan dust with the aid of tspirators and filter tubes. These were examined in Berlin ant[l found to consist mainly of sili ceous fragments of diatoms,-indicating a desert origin. Vegetable ash was present, but evidently the burning grass merely intensities the initial dustiness of the harmattau. .*-*.,.r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. JOIN A LIVE FRIENDY SOCIETY. EB 1becomn a MEMBER OF COURT ?ESoEoNDN, o a7408, Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. World wide Order. Lowest Rate of con. trlbutions from is id per week. Sick Pay, £1 per week. Funeral Benefits. £20 and £10. Particulars ftom members, or W. A. CADWALLADER, 'Bec. 9 Ardoch street, Essendon. BOOT AND SHOE EXPERT. A. G. E. SMITH 142 PASCOE VALE RD.. MOONEE PONDS. Branoh Shop at 33 Mt. Alexander road, Ascot Vale (under the management of Mr. `Repairs in Up-to date Style at Moderate Prioes. Hand-sown Work a Speciality. MISS MANNERS HAIRDRESSING. Visiting Ladies' Hairdresser. Cutting, Sine ing. Sammpooing, Hairwork. Manicure, e and Scalp Massaro. Ladies' Oomb. ines made up. Letters Promptly Attended to. I 22 SOUBH STREET. JUST THE THIN(G il THE "IDEAL" HAM, BEEF,. AND DAIRY PRODUCE DEPOT. 129 MARIBYRNONG ROAD, ASCOT VALE. These Premises have been opened by MR. E. J. CLABn, as an up-to-date Ham. Beef, and Dairy Produce Depot, ...
PORT WINE JELLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
PORT WINE JELLY. Ingredients: Three-quarters of a pint port wine, quarter-pint water, I lemon, 10 sheets French gelatine, a dozen Inmps of sugar, a few drops of cochi mnl:. I clove. Put the water in a small pan with the gelatine, a thitily pa red l[eon rind, the strained juice, clo'e, and sugar. Stir them over a gentle fire until the gelatine has dis solved. then lot the pan stand at the sitl,' of the fire for 10 or 12 minutes. Nrsti strain all into the port wine, anl add enough cochineal to,, make it a pr,,tty colour. Rinse outn some simall mauIlds or cups in cold water, fill theim with the jelly, and leave them until it is cold and set. Dip the moulds into telid water for a few seconds, and the jelly will slip out quite easily. If pre fe: red, use less wine and more water and lemon.juice. Be sure and add the cochineal, as gelatine always spoils thb colour of the port wine.
APRICOT CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
APRICOT CARE. Beat to a cream the yolks of 5 eggs and. lb sifted sugar. Melt 6oz of butter gently in a small stew pan, but do not let it boil. Stir ilb of flour into the sweetened yolks. Then add the butter, then the two whites of the eggs; stiffly whisked, then the finely grated rind of a lemon. Mix well, put into a buttered mould, and bake. in a moderate oven. After twenty-four hours, cut the cake in slices, two inches thick. Put a lay r. of apricot jam, land a layer of De vonshire cream between the slices rebuild the cake, and ice when finish. ed. Ornament with crystallised ap
THE HOME BEET JUICE FOR LONG LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
THE HOME -4---- BEET JUICE FOR LONG LIFE. One of. the most interesting discover ies of recent research by the Japanese is the value of the red garden beet. The Japanese love the beet, and de clare it contains that which will-pro duce long life in the human race. They tell us the beet is full of iron and other substances which 'will act on the human system when adminis tered as a tonic. The beets are cut up and boiled for several hours, when they are removed from the water. Then the liquor is boiled down until' it becomes a syrup. This is taken in doses ranging from a small wineglass to one-half a pint, two or three times a day, usually before the person eats a good meal. This is pronounced by some of the best physicians as one of the most ef fectual tonics that can be taken. Large doses (such as a half-pint at a time) are declared by .the Japanese to be a preventative and a cure for gravel of the kidneys and bladder. It should be taken until relief, is certain, which is said to come...
ELECTIONS ESSENDON ELECTION. MR. KEANE SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
ELECTIONS ESSENDON'LEC1ION. SMRt. KEANE SPEAKS. Mr. F.:. Keane, the selected Labor canididate. for Essendon, addressed about 900 electors'in Essendon hew bhall on Tuesday night. Mr. Fenton; M.P., presiddd, had several members of the Labor Party occupied seats on the platform. - The candidate said lihe could pay a tribute of praise to "The Age" for the introduction of manhood suffrage, but very little progress had been made by Liberalism under that franchise or under one adult one vote, because the property franchise in the Legislative Council- limited the number of people who had the right to vote. That Mr. Watt should have included in the Greater Melbourne Bill a proposal giv ing one man the right to as many as three votes was a disgrace to the tra ditions and the promises of the Liberal party. (Cheers.) Mr. Watt had al ways been intriguing and endeavour ing to get into office. He was a good, liard battler. but the candidate had no respect for him as a politician. The people of Nor...
FLEMINGTON POLICE COURT RAILWAY TRAVELLERS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
FLEMWINGTON POLICE COURT RAILWAY TRAVELLERS FINED.. At Flemington court on Tucesd:,. Ethel Waters, of M1ooneo Ponds, r a: charged with travelling between Moo nee Ponds and Ascot Vale without a ticket, on I1th November. Defendant, at Mooonee Ponds, presented a monthly ticket, Ascot Vale to Melbourne. Fined 10s and 5s costs. Henry Northey, of M?oonee Ponds, charged with travelling between New market and Ascot Vale first class on second class ticket, said he got into a first class car by mistake, and was changing carriages at Ascot Vale when cauight by thO ticket checker. Defend dan- inado...tho maistakeo.. of giving- a wrsong address whoa dtoeted;>nsh d was finsed-1s,-,wisth s costa. . " Elizabeth Muslin, of 'Prahran, wa chai-ged with travelling between New market and Kensington without a ticket; her ticket being Kensington to Praran.. Defendant's excuse :was that being a stranger she tc:at to the wrong ,station, and the proseclntion, seeing the reasonableness of the e:a1 cuse, the...
TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY. 10. ASPIENALE' PARI '.RACINGO :CLUB.--Nominations, January :5; : eights; January 8. 17; VICTORIA A MATEUR I TURF CLUB.-Nominations, January (6; weights, January 12. 26. ADELAIDE "RACING CLUB. Nominations, January. 12; .weightsa Jianuary 15; acceptances, January 19. 21 BENALLA SUMMER MEET ING.--Noininations, January 12. 23, 24. GEELONG RACING CLUBI. Nominations, January 19; weights, January 21. 24. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. 26. WILLIAMSTOW?N RACING CLUB. 26. CAMPERDOWN TURF CLUB. 26. MJERBEIN RACES. 27. ADELAIDE RACING CLUB. 28, 29, 31. .TASMANIAN TURF CLUB.-Nominations, January 13; weights, Launceston Cup and Stee plechase, January 21; acceptances, Launceston Cup and Steeplechase, January 24. 30. NEWNHAM RACING CLUB. Nominations, January 13; weights, January 29. 31. SANDOWN PARK RACES. FEBRUARY. 3, AVENEL TURF CLUB. , 5.: BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB. L . ý-?.C 'SI&lt;Iý AN .,RACN: CLUB. I1. VICTOIIAN CLUB: - 14, 21. VI1TORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB.-Nom...
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
The Salvation Army. As announced in our cohlulms last w?cek, Captain and Mrs. Walker, who hare been in chargo of the local corps for the past two years, are leaving the district. The Captain has been appointed to \illiamstown, and will proceed thither next Thursday. On Sunday next, farewell services will be held in the local hall, MIt. Alexander road, M3oonee Ponds. On Sunday e?lonoing the Captain will delirer his fnrowell address. A swearing in of recruits as soldiers of the Army will take 'place, anid the little daughter of Captain and Mrs. Walker will be dedicated by Adjutant Anderson. On Monday night, at 8 o'clock, a farewell social will be held at the hall. A musical programme will be rendered. Admission will bo sixpence. All are welcomno.
ANTICIPATIONS Aspendale Park, Sat., Jan. 10th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
ANTICIPATIONS ---+-- Aspendale Park, Sat., Jan. 10th, 1914. Maiden Plate.-Wyneth, Kurraki, Bright Orange. Steeplechase.--Tho Guide,. Powerful, Canvasser. Aspendale Park Handicap.-Atora, Bard of Avon, Sylvanmore. Jumpers' Flat.-Harlech, Napkarb, Blind Harry. Aspendalo Park Plate.-Ajiiarist, 3Mindia, Earl Godwiin. ' Aspendale- Park Purse.-Miss. Moi, Week End, Rosnej .
NOT LIKE FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
NOT LIKE FATHER. An old Irishnman had made a good deal of money, but who. wasn't very particular about his conduct, lived in Chicago. H- is customl was to go down town about once a month on a spree, and then come back and beat his fans ily and break the furniture. His aged `wife,- wl;o had . stood-h?im ,:for, many years, was bliuid:. :: - - Finally he died,--ind his children gave him a fine funeral; They had plenty of money now that. the old man was dead, so they spread themselvias: At the church there was:an elaborate ceremony. The blinid widow, was dis solved in woe. She cried and 'cried all through the service; paying scoant heed to what was g6ing on-until the eulogy was pronounced. She listent ed. 'Tho parson referred to the dead man in glowing terms:. After about ten minutes of this the aged widow nudged her son and whisperediDainy, do they be havin' two funerals here to-day', At a recent election a ready -answer secured one lady canvasser a vote for her party. She had fluently...
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE - -4--- . To the Editor. Sir- -Your remarkably good reports of council meetings are seldom open to exception, but I trust that in fairness to me you :will permit me to explain that at the last meeting of the Bulla Shire Council I proposed that investi gations should be made as to the pros pect of a combined" effort being made by: tho: three: councils interested, as-. ststed.by theoCountry Roads Board, to hiave'-thbfroad froisMEsseidon- to Bulla (hnot'ioniagidorrier) put in first-class order, possibly by tar sprinkling, as is being done by the Melbourne City Council, for a total cost of .9 of a pennyi (nine tenths of a penny) per square ys/rd. This road now probably cost us as much or more than' my pro posal would, and my proposal would preserve the .light grit (the, best por tion of any road) from-.bein washed and blown away by every. wiid 'aid rain. I trust any proposal-I may make; will at all times ear thl closest in vestigation as this will.-Yours, etc., FRANK BUCK...
No Titile [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
It is well to recoguiso that even the rac of collectors lhas ihuman attri butc.--tihat incomle-taxt collectors Imay bo good husba;ds and rate collectors xeellenlt parents. The rate collector it1 this ilnstance was a genial soul un officially. In an unoflicial inoment the qut.etion was put to hii: "Whllen do you pay your own rates"'' Proompt ly calm-: tho anltswer, 'Them day before -1 take out the first hatch of omumon .s?e aga;inlt defaulters. A colonel of the old school had nmade a boast that he hadn't drunk a glass of water in twenty years. OInt day, as ho was taking a railway journey, the train was wrecked hilu erossing a blridg,. and plunged into the river. They pulled tlhe colonel out with a boat-hook, and when they got himi on slore one of his friends rusheld tp, crying: "Coloneli! Are you hurt'?" "No!" Ihe snorted. "Never swaillowred a drop.''
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914
SOCIAL. BREVITIES , A no 'Oiircliof ~Enigland vicarage is to be built aitSufibury. FPlans have beonr piepared .for- the building, and tli Hon llRussell Clarke, MLL.O.; has donated £200 tow?ards thle cost. . The ldies of the conigregatioi of St.: Andreirs Church, Sunbury, gave their annualtreatb a"t Christims timtn'to the inlil.tes of the .Stinbury .Asyluim, and an enjoyable time'iwas aspent.' ' SDuring the holidas Mr.' 1 RMcl.od, of Diggers Rest,, hiad c18 friiit trees andi some grass burnt.nt l is plnaceby shooters, and has put the matter in tli hands of the police. Mr. J. F. Forbes, of Stinbuir, is to be entertained" by. the local football club. He-was married on Now Yeiar's Day, and intends to lied. at Bays water. A most successful sports meeting was held at Sunbury on Boxing Day, when i an interesting programme was' gone throuah. The speaker at the pleasant Suinldali afternoon next Sunday will be Mr. F. C.. Bosher, his subject being "Life Work of the Bee." Mr. B. Moy Ling is the...