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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
PUBLIC NOT1CES. JOIN A LIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. .By becoming a MEMBER OF COURT ESSENDON, No. 7408. Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. World wide Order. Lowest Rate oi con tributions from is Id per week. Sick Pay. £1 per week. Funeral Benefits. £20 and £10. Particulars from members. or W. A. CADWALLADER. See. 9 Ardoch street, Eseendon. BOOT AND SHOE EXPERT. A. G. E. SMITH 142 PASCOE VALE RD.. MOONEE PONS., Blranch Shop at .33 Mt. Alexander. road. Ascot Vale (under the. management of Mr. Patrickl. Repairs in Up-to date Style at Moderate Prices. Hand-sewn Work a Speciality. LATHAM LOCAL BILL POSTER 4 Flinders Buildings. City. Telephone 1216. Moonee Ponds Telephone, 76 Ascot. J. CHEESE OASH BUTCHER. CORNER MOUNT-ALEXANDER ROAD and ,TAYLORL STREET., MOONEE PONDS..? and Ovldy. --.. -... A TBfAL SOLICITED. ALSO AT NORBTH MELBOURNE. ALFRED STEBBING. DEPTFORD LAUNDRY 17 MARIBYRNONG RD., ASCOT VALE. (Opposite Madonio Hall). Awarded Silver Medal the Victorian Laundry Associ...
BRIEFLETS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
BRIEFLETS Buttons were first manufactured in Bir muigham in 1689. The River Thames flows at an average speed of two miles an'l hour. At the narrowest point the Straits of Gibraltar are about 15 miles wide. it is believed that the first Olympic Games were held in the yearzB.O. 1453. '['aes amounting to over one million sterling are collected at Somerset House weekly. " Of the mortality among peoples of the world, one-seventh is. caused by consump lion, . To travel the entire length of the. At lantic cable' amessage takes approximate ly three seconds. About 100 persons in tile United King dom have a yearly income of more than LyCK a year. - According to tile most expert statinti cians, t[le Atlantic Ocean has ai area of 24.536.K0 square miles. 'Russian law forbids people to marry more than five times, or to contract a nmarrlage after thie ageof eighty." Smith is by far the commonest name in England. but in Ireland. it comes fifth -after lurplhy. Kelly. Sullivan. and Walslh. T?e larges...
THE ART OF CARVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
S THE ART OF CUARLING. Carving is an art,,l as every housewife knows, and especially those who, now and again, have experieneed the vexation of seeing .the Joint leave the table so much "hacked about" by the nnskilful carver that the only resource left was to mince the meat. The good earner aims at two things-to serve' all as nearly elqually as possible, with due attentipn, of course, to personal preferences for "under.done," "wellsone,l' "no fat." and the rest, adl- to leave the joint in a neat condition, it to return to table if needed. An expert on carving gives the following very useful detailed Instrucetions:- A loin of veal should be started at tile small end and the, ribs cut apart, and served withl a piece of the kidney and fat on each plate. A breast of veal should be separatel front brisket,. and both cut in pieces. If loins of veal and mntton are jointed b-y ther butcher, they will he mnore easily ca rvod. A lee of ilitton -bould 1st carved atulros the solthdle of the boe...
JUDGE AND HATPIN DANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
JUDGE AND LATPIN DANGERS. "If a lady chooses to carry in her hat t dangerous instrument like a hatpin without a guard, and injures anyone with it, she must bo held responsible," said Judge Ilarrington at Wandsworth County Court recently, in awarding £3 damages to all elderly lady whose lace had been tierc6d by,' a hatpin worn by a 'oDung tyo emp'loyed in the ost otie, during crush to get on an omnibus at Satln mersneitle Broadway. Defendant had pre viouslyt stidt she thought hattpins were always dangerous. but it people would ilushlt when it a crowd they must take ie consequlcnces. She added that seke had had dozen of tpingUards. but they all cat off. Ilia IJnour said she might tut a cork on them. -®-@-®..
Musical. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
Musical. - In our advortising colultnas tie ;a otutalomltet io reumlption of tutlitlon o Mr. E. A. Parkcr, prolesaor of mulic, u mlluter -trsteet, Mooto P'ollda. Mr. l'Par her is prepared to give advice to ally contemplating a course of vocal or oitler ltttly. 'A thoroulgh systemt of training lor all suoaects is insisted olt by Mr. aar. kIer, who claims to le a specialist tar tLa Iluallnt voire. tiao e, " llt ptlt orgatl. LUrilng. the past year. Mlr. Parkcr lans dlemonstrated his ability s a concert or. plllist in tilu Ascot 'ale Prlobytetilttl chllurchll, ill it series of orgat recitalas and tlloas .alo Iltav come ill colntact witlh 1511 ilusically lav nott failed to recoglueso tuat le is ant master ot all tlte suljects to ptrofesses to teach. Voices are testec tret.
Temperance Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
Temperance Movemlent. A meeting was held at the Kensingtonl town hall (supper room) on T'rursdily evening, 29tll lt, to tormu a No ,licence League for the 'lemington and Kensinc ton district; The Ilev. Mr. Nichol presldl ed. and introduced the-speaker. ir. J. G. ptlion polls of 1917. Mr. Barrett explhin ed that the principal of local option was essentially democratic, as tile existence or otherwise of tile liquor traffic would be determined by the people. The Licen sesa Ieduction Board had done good work. buLtit did not go far enough. At the present moment 43,00,OO eople in the United State were living unuer prolhilbi tion, or some form of prohibitory law. It was decided to form a leagie., a1,l ollicers were elected.
Open Air Band Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
Upen Air Baud Concert. Thle Essoudon City Coancil's Band open air annlual concert will be held in Queen's -ark on Wednesday night, 11th February, at 8 o'clock sharp. The Footscray Mlunici pal hand (conductor, Mr. A. Nuttall), and the Vice-Regal Band (conductor, Mr. Chas. Sinitli., will march from tihe Moonee Ponds station at 7.45 p.m. Tie following artists will also appear. viz.:--Mr. Fred Harry,. Mrs. Wilson, Mr.o. Toim Knowles (tile up. to-date ccharacter coniedian). Mr.'-Alf.,-Oar-· Aleld,(te descriptivo: singer); and the IMar vcllous Bush Harmonists (Messrs. Knowles, liookr and Fraser). The admission is adults 6d, chllildren 3d. 5[r: J. C.- Wilby. the secretary, is making very complete arragellnlentu for the concert, and it is to be hoped there isill be a large attend ance. The Essedone Band does good work right throughout the year. only appeals to tile public once a year, and deserves proper support.
Essendon District Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
Sanenslon lstrict Scotlish Society. The sixth annual general lmeeting of the aoovo bociety will be held on Wednesday. llth February, in the Lodge Iloom. Ma sonic lHall. 'ITho report and balance sheet lor the pant year will be presented for adoption, and the electionof olf oce-bearers anui commitltee for 1913-14 will be proceeded witn. I'he report and balance-slieet ann .ballot papers will be in the hands of the 'mniberd oelore tie lEtllig, and it is ea. nestly hoped that they will be studied by every, member. and that as a result there will be a, large attendance at this meet ing to give evidence of a revival of the oli entliusiasm. The only ctse in which a: ballot is necessary is for committee, and thereforef interest should be aroused. and ain effort put forth'to secure good men and true to fill the. vacancies. Make the rallying place for Scots the Masonic- Uall on Wednesday next, and let. a "best" on record' meeting be recorded.
Sale at 2 Parry street, Moonee Ponds. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
Sale at 2 Parry street. 2Mooneo Ponds. dtr. ]. Maoloney,' auctioneer, of lar garet street, toolnee Poads, opposite tile station, will sell by auction on Saturday, Februsary 14th, at 3.33 o'clock, a solid w.b. d.f vil:a, situated at 2 Parry street, Mloo nee Ponds,.on land; 51 x 153. "Tlis pro perty is In a g?ood celtral position, landy to train, shops,; and Queen's Pa'rk. Fur tiler articularslfIromn the auctioneer, or ini our adfertlsing columns.
Accidentally Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
acm~elentallv Drownled. A. youlng mal named Stephen Oscar Illythe Harvey, 19 years of age, bon of Mlr. S. Harvey, blacksmith, of Ascot Vale, was accidentally drowllned ill tile Murray River at lnrralbUlnla on Monday. After breakflst het accompanied another youtlh to the river, and irn endeavouring ,o ptro cure a boat which lhad got awaily ro i s o lastenings, and was held faat in midstr .al by a snag, he sank. exclaiming as lie wc.. under. "1'm dolne!" Thle Chiltern :lnd Bar nitwartha police proceeded immedia;tely to tle scele of the Ilisllha. and aftecr idrag gillg for a couple of hloulrs Constable Ilell messy recovered the body iln 13ft of water with a lishing line.
The Maribyrnong Henley. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
1The ataribyrnong Henley. The executive who are naking arrange meints for . the Maribyrnong llenley, to bo held on Saturday, 14th February, aro doing good work and are holding frequent smeetilqs. The programme is all excep tionalty good one and tho secretary, Mr. A. J. May, anticipates record entries for tile different events. This is a -movemlent that-should meet with genernl public'sul lport, as the proceeds are spent on the inu provement of tile river and the district, aud the Government contribute seven telltlis of the amoult so Spenlt.
INTERESTING PARS EXCITEMENT ON A ROOF. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
INTERESTING PARS .EXCMTIUEEN ON A ROOF. IExciting scomes were witunessed Il Wtllelthapeln one Saturday afternoon re cently, when i weak-misued man named Joln lsmithll. aged forty, escaped rom tile male receiving ward of tle South Grove Workhlouse. nd, mounting the roof of the porter's lo?leo, hurled tile tiles at all and sundry who appeared below. Smith h?ns been an in-and-out inmate of tihe workc hlouse for over twelve months. Some lew months ago he lost his temper and broke lourteen panes ofT glass with his lists ani boots at Whiteehapel. On the afternoon in; question lie was deaf to all efforts at .perouasion; and the hurtling tiles fol lowed:one another In swlft succession. A large crowd soodn collected and' a number of police arrived on the scene, but they were all alie helpless until thie workhouse officials bethought them of the .fOrhose. This damped Smith's clothes but not hiis spirit. Finally a fire-escape was brought inlto requisition. and he loas induced to comoe to the '...
SIGNALLING TO MARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
SIGNALLING TO NLBls. M. Le Coultre, the distinguished Swiss astronomer who is at tho head of thle Geneva Observatory. has just made public his researches concerning the planet Mars, which he ihas been studying for the last 'five pears. Although viery reserved in heis language there is little doubt that lie thillks that the Moartians have en g nailing to the earth. During his long osh ervatioas--70 nights were thus spclet i 1709-M. Le Coultre observed a series of "luminous alpparitiollns" of a: bluish hi? colour resemsbling tile light of powerful electric arc lamls or wearchligilts it t first tbhere lights lllpeared for secoroload tlhof disappeared. but ill the followillg weeha tile intervals Ilasted minutesl , a were alwasys rom0i thilllle 1m rpots. Illring tile past six or sevell yealrs 0the samlllihtIi Ile 1eenl Sll e bIy aoltrollsomers ill dilfer, ent palrts Io tile world who hav:e 1 put t1en dow0 to atlmospherici or v'olclani origin. I. Le colstre does not agr1e 1 will0 ii theor...
BOWLING Malvern-Caulfieldl v. Moonee Ponds. MALVERN-CAULFIELD. 96. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 February 1914
BOWLING -4----- .ltalvern-Caulfleld v. ouonce Ponds. M1ALVERN-CA.ULFIELD. 96. SlcCutchleo, Farnsworth, Lemon, Hard- • ham, jun. .................. ......... ... 2 Wardle, Edgar, T. Foster, lMcFarlane 25 Wslite, Bakewelll. (ill, Hill ...... ... ... 18 Gilbert. Evans, L. Francis, E. Foster ... 24 M.OOSNE PONDS. 74. Sheelhan, Davy, Swift, Dowlan ...... ... 16 Cohen, F. IV. Young, Eastwood, A. t. Young ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 18 Caln. A. Cockerell, 1. Cockeroll, Maple stole .................. ...........1.... Parker. Pattisou. Tatterson. Snmith ..... 21 Esseudon v. St. Kilda. ESSENDON, 109. Cooko, G. Stephens, Steel, IHill ......... 20 J. Stephens, Woods. Cox, Taylor .........28 iowtell., Showers, Ilarrie. Iiley ...... 32 Heard, Lang, Wearo, Rlusell ......... 29 ST. KILDA, 70. Cl;usell. Marshall. Bennett. Wright ... 18 Mlarkso, ouvan, Basteo, \Warner ......... z. Roger, liealgy. Staite. Thompson ...... 15 Harrison, Solomon. Watt. Williamson 15 Ascot Vale v. S.M..C., S.M.C.C....