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BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
BOWLING TL-- Tyrji T 'iThe rloon.e Ponds club journeyed to Footscray last Saturday. when they found the green like ; skating rink--seen us ussitard. Result--beaten i every rink ut. the one captained by the Village Blacksmith, who was 5 oints up. Thne club proloso hlolding a Ladies' Day on JMondl..Shlm Jnlu:ary well the lady's bracclct prscented b:" Mr. lurry will be .ay _ ·-r nl ... r--t Mid?dle Park Y. Ascot Vole. Scores: MIDDLE P'.ARK. 42. St?ls. \illiamrs. Mrs. Fiisher. Mlrs Thompsond. Mrs. Low ... ... ... 24 ..s. uDixon. Mrs. Drosw. Mrs. Living ston. Mrs. Craven ............. ... 18 ASCOT VALE, 'S. Mrs. .Anderson, Mrs. Inches. Mrs. Shad lock, Mrs. Cole ... ... 10 Mrs. Glumer. -Mrs. Powcalal. Mrs. Muir, Mrs. Auderson ... ... ... ............ 18 Victoria v. Flemington. VICTORIA. 120. abneue. J. Marsh. i. Munro. J. Bur roll .. . . . . . . .. 26 MeUndoza, Ibngran. Cuonan. E. • P'arkcu ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... . .. 28 Ilnham. J. Ford. ii. O. Parkes, Oliver 35 Suttllby. Richa...
Debt. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Debt. O'Neil v. Prunty. claim of £3 15s for sand and loam supplied. Defendatti did nItu :tpllear. Order fut. atuunet with 15s rosts. iMr. C. J. MicFarlae appeared for c.n itlaitaiot in both cases. Saino v. Owells, claimt of £3 for sand and loamn sUlptlied. Order for amounlt ith 15s cs? . ,latthews v. Lily Crawford. claim of £5 10i 9d. for use and hire of chattl.CI. (Oily is hald Leen paid oln accoullt. Mr. C. J. 3MeFarane for coltltaianalt. Order for £5 10i 9d, with £1 3" 6d rostt. Turner Bros. v. J. S. Oliver, claim of £13 Js 9d. Mr. C. J. MteFarlane for defendant, said bee had paid 15s with 53 rosts intro court on 15th January. and denied all liability. Defendants lid not apluar., and Mr. Me Farlatne alplhed for t tlisttissal. Coti. plainants notified that, theyr would not Itro cebd further as regarda tile Iportion of tile elalut totalling £12 10. Cane dismissed. Jones v. .1. Trecasure.--Adjtoured for 14 days oni tlte atplieatiolt of Mlr. C. J. Mc Forlane for complainant.
BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, JANUARY 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
BULLA SHIRE' COUNCIL MONDAY,. JANUARY 19th.' Present-Crs. Iichie. Brannien,. O'Blrien, Ford and Buckley. On tile motion of Crs. Brannigall and Ford. Cr. Michie was elected presidentL'a Iloition he had 1 held prior to resigning from ithe council owing .to a snpposed contravention of the LG.A. Cr. Michie thanlked the council for his ret-election, which, he said. proved that he had the confidence of tile council, and by his re-election nnopposed tile con fidence of the ratepayers. Correspondence. iieom Chief Commissioner of Police. :aciknowledging Ireceipt of letter of 6th December. and in compliance with tihe re qnest contained therein, an additional constable would be senrlt to Hunhbury, and als-o one to Broadmeadows for tile snm 1er months.-ieceived. tihe secretary rc miarkiug that no mention had been made of connecting the police by telephone. Fronm medical officer. Sunbury Hospital for the Insane, dated 2-1-14. reporting i case of typhoid found at tile lnstitu. tioni.-lteceived. F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
J. SUTTON CASH BUTCHER 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS BEST QUALITY OF GOODS. PRICES GUARANTEED 1d PER LB. BELOW ANY OTHER BUTCHER. [ BREEAD DELIVERED TIIROUGIIOUT TIIE DISTRICT. ALL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERATION A[ MILES cA i 2 MSrPE C I A L IT Y . ? -PICNICS. SOCIALS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. THE LATEST BURGLAR PROOF VENTILA TING LOCK fiontelholders can leave any window open. day or night, with perfect safety. Price, is each: or fixed, Is 6d. " WILLIAM M¬cK. GORDON i IRONMONGER, 12 NAPIER STREET, ESSENDON Beautiful Pascoe Vale Sweet Pascoe Vale Peaceful Pascoe Vale - Bucy a G;ARlEN PLOT for 2/- per weck, and Sohe the Housing Problem. I I git x IS0, 10/- per fotl. I)epoeit, £1 ; .tldance 2/- ttehly CONSIDIER THIS OFFIGK CLOSELY R enemember Pas,:o, Vale, 350ft. labove Sea Level. Its Attnosephere D)ustless. * Restful, Stimulating. Your" Sleep as Deep as River's Sung. Planu rand PI'rticulars- Ascot 632 J.. CH.APMAN i _:.- .. PROPRIETOR " " 9 NORWOOD C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
2DUOATIONAL. PENLEIGH GIRLS' SCHOOL Formerly A.. GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL is r s. 8 and 47 OHAiUCER ST.. MOOhEE PONDS. Efficient Staff of Trained Teachers. Large and well-ventilated Schoolrooms. Enoellent Kindergarten. Drawing and Painting: Miss, TICKETT. First-class Cer tificate, South Kensingtu.: Prize-taker Na tional Gallery; First-class Certificate. Edu cation Department. Music. liss Jelfs. A.LC.M.. Mr. JAGER, M.SV.. Regidstered Secondary Teachers of Music. Singing, Miss E. IRVINE. Plysi oal Culture. Messra. BJlke.Petersen Bros. Principals: Miss SPItGG. Flrst-claas Trained Teacher Education Department and Melbourne University MISdS LIEROCK. M.A. each month. First Term begins Thursday, 5th February. BLINKBONNIE LADIES' COLLEGE ARDMILLAN ROAD. WEST. MOONEE PONDS. Principal. MISS MORRIS. Certificated Hlonours helbourne University. Day School and Kindergarten. Boy I under 10 received. Registered Secondary Teachers. Classes for Drawing and Painting under ]is A. Gatos (\'ictorian Artists' S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
FOR SALE. PONY PHAETON. convenient, comfort able, compact, £15. Kemp, 60 Holmes rd., Moonee Ponds. BEAUTIFUL Solid Oak Sideboards.with oval mirrored-back, new design. £4 15s. Solid Oak Hallstands, -£2 its. B. L. Phil pott. Furniture Manufacturer, 35 Orandi son Street, Moonee Ponds. WHITE iLeghorn Pullets, `laying, and killng fowls, cheap.' F. Jackson, 180 Pas coe Vale road. Moonee Ponds. ONE-FIRE Stove, Otlello, no building is required, cheap. 47 Wilson street. - -ASCOT VALE 25 x 132, River Terrace: Cell at £12. Apply. "Owner." Ascot Vale P.O. PLEASURE Cart. in good order, cheap. 153 The Parade, Ascot Vale. ASPHALTING. ASPHILLTING, All Descriptions, Strong 2 and 3 coat work. J. W. Dia mond, 41 Eltham st., Newmarket. LOST AND FOUND. "FOUND," J. W. Diamond, the Premier Asphalter, 41 Eltham stredt, Newmarket. LOST on Monday. 26th January, between Moonee Ponds Post Office.' Pratt - and Chaucer etreots. Gunmetal Watch, gold ,laLe on back. keepsake, reward. Davis, 13 Albert Street, Moonee...
NATURE NOTES MUSIC OF THE TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
NATURE NOTES (By Wobbegong.) From Sydney Sunday Sun. MUBIC OF TIE TREES. Who has not heard the music of the flora of the Australian bush? The trees and the palms and the dwellers in the marsh 6sing songs that all can under stand wheun teh ond induces them to give tongue or play upon their responsive strings. There is the soft sough. sough of the she-oaks, the shrill whisper of tile grass-trees, thie musical murmur of the noneysunckles the sibilance of the giant eucalypts, the terder undertones o tihe sword-grass, tie dreep diapason notes of tilhe attles, the class of tle cabbageltrees, and a hundred whisperings in minor cadences from the lowver growths. Nonte of thltee. however, canll provide the fiend ish chorus of a clump of tall bamboos on a windy night. Even with the softest of breezes the resionsive smooth harks givee utterance to a series ot quaint soundse, trom the plaintive squeal of a stricken animal to the thin piping of young birds. But it is during a storm that the hsmbo...
STOPPING TRAINS ELECTRICALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
STOPPING TRAINS ELECTRIOALLY.' Exporiments have recently been made on the Bavarian State mrailways with a method of stopping railway trains elec trically. Tlhe system is one of wireless telegraph communicatiolt between a wire ''strong on the reol of the luggage van and nlly telegraph or telephone ines run ning along the track. Induction is used .rather than Hertzian waves to convey the signal to the train. The apparatus operates- either a bell or a light signal In the cab of the locomotive, or it will operate directly on the air brakes. The system calls for the installation of a sending station at frequent intervals. so that if it be desired to stop a train be cause of some accident, this may be af fected from almost any point along the track. "
NEW TEST TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
NEW TEST TELEPHONE.. Telephone wires often run quite nean eleotricliifllt wires, so that in case tilhe telephone lines are being repaired, any of the men wishing to use a portable tele phone so as'to talk over theose wires are in danger of reciving a severe shock in case of an accidental, contact with elecc trio light wires. In order to meet this special ease and provide a safe telephone set, a London manufacturing concern now makes a telephone set consisting of a, solid oak ease with rainproof hingecd lid containing a load speaking telephone and all the needed appliances. Tile box as a whole Is mounted on a steel rod, wllichl has a pointed end for boring into the earth, and this gives the ground connec tion. Tile current casrrying plrts are well Keaslned. and it is ienpoeeible for tile man to come in contt with themn. and a,. a~n entre, precauiionii ai ln teother iii sene 1iotae; parte npe connectedl to the ground.> Never tell your child how much good her medicine has done her u...
BUYING & SELLING INTERESTING POINTS OF LAW ON THE SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
'BUYING & SELLING ~-4-- IN?ER&ESTI1NO POINTS OF LAW ON THE SUBJECT. T1|..a"verage man is under tile impres slul that when he buys a thitig---uch as ; . piano, or furaiturn. or tanytling mnonble-i-t does not become his proper t}. tith e has paid his motey and got the histcle Loma safely. - it dould surprise him to know thatiit is citea tile casc that the article, be longs to himt, and is his absolute pro perty, prty, as son as ever a bargain lha-been struck and agreed upon, with out. tie article brig touched at all. Yet that is the fact. It is one of the peculiar anoomalies of the law. For ilnstalnce. supose you go into a 1pialo shop, and, lookting at thle stock, you fancy particular one. You say, "'Iow muci?"' The salesmani replies, "Forty guia;ls." You say, "I'll ake it." This is a complete, transaction: the pianto iS yours. It is not neceassary that yOtt should carry tile pianto away before it becomes yours. It is your property. True. yo alire thle debtor for its p...
QUAINT JAPANESE BELIEFS HOW TO CATCH A ROBBER! CRIBBED FROM LAFCADIO HEARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
Q UAINT J??APANESE BELIEFS : OW TO CATCH A ROBBER! I.IIBBED FROM LA. OADIO HEARN, •l-afcadiofearn, ina collection of short ofsories called "Kwaidan," gives us de lisatful peeps into Japanese customs and ,auprstitions-som of them charmingly Innocent and pleasing; others. grotesquely. conceived, ts .the indidenuts of-.-a nisht One quaint. belief is. that the soul of a lievng person may wander about in tle fotua of a butterlly, and should one of these insects flutter into your guest-room and perch behiud the bamboo screen.,the person you love best in all the world is comhing to see you. (Bunt lhow many dis oapointments you will suffer unless the lofad one live next door!). *.squitos. as is most fitting,. are tile sols of the wicked, forced .to wander through space as penance for their mis deieds. This idea pirobtably arose fromthe cuatom of supplying water ia the Budd hais, cemetceries for the use of tine dead. the n xt birt, d t,, he c h l ai Is n pi. b1 ,.c ui i eso rrcepta:rcles oon...