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THREE-PHASE RAILROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
TIIItEE-PLASE AILItROAD. Ini1Italy there has lately been put in operation a linoc of electric road which. although a short one. is of interest oil aouno? o of the direct use of threephase ilhe quarries 01 iasco to tile railroLad seta ion of ani in tile neighibourhood of Rome, and its length is some 709 feet. the three-phase current comes from the Laxlale electric atation asnd is delivered by a? lino working at 11,500 volts, this being reduced to trllsforioers oil tile spot to 5W volts for operating tlhe electric rjil road. Small electric locvulotives haIve 30 iorse-plower motors of special threclphaco designl on tlc tlirown-Bovcri system. which draw Itoni rock trains.
ODDS AND ENDS INCUBATORS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
ODDS AND ENDS INCUBATORS IN EGYPT. The unno...ement is :made by r.1 W.' 11. Cadman that le las discovered how tile ancient Egyptians Ilcubated chickens to the number of a100~0a a -year. ? He has found incubators which he states were used in, Egypt 5050 years ago. The secret has been well guarded, but it is laid bare.. at last. They had no oil-stoves or gas-or electric heated incubators but they iad ovelns which worked better, even though they requiredmore constant tend. jg. Eachl oven was, caleiculated to hold 700t eggs, and the fuel by which it was he'ted consisted of chopped straw and dung,, but for the last ten days of the hatclhig tihe energy was supplied alto gether. by the chickens themselves. It is tle commonest error of those operatin our modern inculators to use too much heat, especially towards the end of the perioed and now we may learn from the old Egyptians how not to do things as well as how to do them. The use of the straw and other light fuel shows thart the Egyptian...
The Essendon Gazette Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, 22nd JANUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Published Every Thursday Morning. ,THURSDAY, 22nd JANUARY, 1914. 'That there is a growing c.;isnfvnt ull ,over the world with coriditions ga heratioun Sof the past have readily accepted with'perfect equanimity, hi at .na. .*r of common knowledge, .anl has :ean;ed to evoke very much comnient, or cause any .tling like consternation. As for dissatis faction In respect to the remuneration of toil-both manual and mental-and the heartburnings which at times pretty well develop into 'envy, hatred, and malice" regarding the unequal distribution of wealth-they are both "familiar features of the age in which we live, and things we hear of and read about day by day. "The love of money is the root of all evil" wrote the Apostle, and certainly the 'haste to be rich" is at the bottom of much of our modern turmoil and trouble. Gold is emphatically the God of the itwentieth;century, and the saying "money t '"t.'bI tr anat-to ;retse t wse 'Id ;u ^SýV -W fi aA aR lrýmtoS'£'iytwIoj 'fild;','for while ...
Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Entertainment. The imnlates of the Mental Hospital, Royal Park. were entertained by Mr. Al bert Ivison'R local party on Wednesday! evening. 14th inst.. when a vgried pro granrme was trently enjoyed by the pa tients of both snees. several encores hav ing to libe responded to. A pianoforte duet was played by Misses M. and N. Ilunt, songs and quartettes were con tributed by Misses E. M. Davis. H. East wood. A. Jennings. A. Jones. M. Taylor ind Mteare. A lviaon. C G. Kelsall. J. 'T'aylor and R. Tymms. Miss E. F. Peard was encored for violin solos. a similar compliment being paid Miss Jeinings and Mr. Kelsall for a lbumorous duet, whlilst Mr. . Whbeatley quite cavtivated the audi ence in his hlumorous songs.. Miss B. Sterl'a recitation was also appreciated. Tile various accompaniments were taste fully played by Misse V. Jager, H. M. Smith and A. Wheatley. At the conclue sion of the performance tile visitors were entertained at supper. by the matron (Mis. Oumming) and Mr. Owene. the latte...
DECEMBER PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
DECKIIUEll I'UUDING. Ingredients. l llt a int of finely.broken breadcrumbs. 2 yolks of eggs, Pint of rmilk. tle grated riud of hbalf e lemon. loz of mar. Soa;Lk the bioad in tie milk. 'Then ,.t it x u vitl t fork, 'lle add tle yolkib of regs (well beaten) and the sUgar ntod lemon. Libe the bottom of a piedisb Witll plum jam (wthilout. toua?), Put in lie aoove mixturoe and bake. Bet the wlhites of the eggB very stiffly witlh a little .aBLOr sugar, and spread over the top uea the pudlding is nearly done. Brown ligotly and serve.
Sub-Inspector Entertained [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Sub-lnspectbr Entortailed. Sub-lnspector .'Allister. who ats ser geant in chargo of Iloyal Park until Ihe wtas promoted about a lortlghlt ago, 0wa entertained by residents of I'arkviil?. anuI Royal Park at tho Parkvilo Rlotr.. I Monday evening. Mr. C. Clemetas, behaulf of the resiuents, presented t..e guesat with a gold chain and diamondt locket, suitably itlscribeU, and handed him a siloer tea-selrvice for his wile. It wall Ito 'remembered that Sub-fnspector McAllister was for a long time ill cllharge of thle police station a tAscot Vale. . g,_ _ a
An Important Subdivisional Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
As Important Subdivisionli .1,: :eser?r? !:mbrey and Dean of Queni street. and Mr. A. E. Young, of Puckle street. auctioners, in conjunction, atdver tise an important sulbdivisional sale of ideal building sites situated at Daisy-st.. Wa.shington street. and Florence street. Essendon. within a very short distance of the raillway station. Plans are nlow ready, and obtainable from the auction oero. IThis opportunity presents itsell to builders and lnvecstors. as the reserves fixed- are decidedly nominal, in order to clear the line; and terums exceptional.