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Tadgell Bros.' Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Tadgell Bros.' Auction Sale. At 11 o'clock todayt at 6 For rester street. Esendon. Iesesr. Tadgell iBroes., in conjunction with E. L. Gould, will sell by public auction, furniture at eleven o'clock, and property at twelvl o'clock. The propery conaists of a d.l. brick villa dwelling, containing 6 rooms iand convonlences, on laud 3jlft x lft. Tihe oale is by order of the executors of tile late .Mrs. Janet IIolden. Furtlher particu lar :aro advertised. MIessrs. Tadgell Brotlers will sell by public auction on ,Saturday, February 14, at l o'clock, at 140 Park atrest, loonee Poids, a compact and comfortable brick villa "Bon-'3y-Chree," containing 7 rooms. vestibule, bathroom, etc.; electric light. 'hto place is seoered and has stablinig and oitbuildinis.
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
NOTES BY THE WAY By "Observer." No doubt as regards his privato life, Mrt A. A. Billson, M.SL.A., sometime one of his Majesty's Stinister for the State of Victoria, is a gentleman whom; to know is to esteem, but politically. he seems to have gone astray very much recently. in the nrst pianeo according to the report o l a body known as the Dredging Board, Mru Billson. appears to have been responsible tor a great deal of the evil done and the devastation wrought by the operation of the gold dredges, anf the "Ago" of the aiud Iust.. id a very trenchant article. does not hesitate to otell him so: --®-®-@- Thou again Mr. Bdllson has brought a hornet's nest about his ears by it proposi ti hlie made this wesa in the Legislative Assembly to the ocilnt tlhat country meroi bers residing in town during the session of .'rsiasucut should receive sproicl pay. Wrlsleltno mootea d. in the House howeverc Sarciiameat lhould be irst submitted to tle electors so that they might let their views oin the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
J. SUTTON CASH BUTCHER 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS BEST QUALITY OF GOODS. PRICES GUARANTEED Id PER LB. BELOW ANY OTHER BUTCHER. BRtEAI? DELIVERED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. A.LL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERATION BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, &C. 6 NAPIER STREET, ESSENDON WHEATEN MEAL BREAD A SPECIAL'i V. El PICNICS. SOCIALS SPECI?LLY CATI'EFD FORS, l' YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITYD. --126 1=ayv ST? T M* OONEE p-" L S Watch and Clock Repairs Guaranteed for 12 Months. Jewellery Re-made into Any lesign., All kinds of Repairs Neatly Exected. LICENSED GOLD BUYER. Gilding. Silvering and Plating Done. HOLMES ROAD MOONEE PONDS AT RAILWAY STATION QUEEN'S ULBRARY NEW BOOKS BY EVERY MAIL. All kinds of Stationery, Post Cards,. Fancy Goods and Needlework. Agent for MISS LUPLAU'S NEEDLEWORK DESIGNS. Public 'Phone. MRS. THOMSON . Beautiful Pascoe Vale Sweet Pascoe Vale Peaceful Pascoe Vale Buya GARDEN PLOT for 2/- per week, and Solve the Housing Problem. G6ft x 180, 10/- per foot. Deposit, £1 ; Ba...
NOT A SAMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
NOT A SAMPSON. In his address at the Towu IHall Sir Wil i?alm'Lover recounted several storiee. The Lord Mayor hlad referred to him as being tIh man to explain away all their diOi olltics. Sir Willian raid it reminded him of the workman who had been carrying itege logs all day. After getting very tirerl, le went along to the bots and askedl if I hatd Ihis name correctly. "Simpson." •replied the manager. "That's your name. t.n't it:'' "Yesn that's all right." said tih e orktau?? "but 1 thought you might la\e had it Sampson."-S.Lt. "Herald"
HOW ELECTRICITY SLID DOWN TO EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
@@@ HOW ELEUTMIUITY SLID .T LRTH. "" On the dimn distant past, befo began. Or Sun or Moon or Stars their w courses ran, - . I was born in the Ether of the great Long Before Time's great Crea'or had sent the Rain or Snow; A million and a million yea.s before twice one was two. I was Just an Idea in Space' de aure blue, 1 saw the whirling world come forth from out the womb of Night; 1 watcied the wondrous Heavens formed of twinkling Stars most bright; I sported in the Dipper and ran the Milky Way. I watched Nature's evolution of Night turned into Day; 1 saw both land and mountain rise from out the deep. Earth's verdure spread o'er all-my silent watch I'd keep. for I was just an Idea destined for earth some day, And had to wait for Man-decreed to come that way For his was the Dominion of land and all the sea; Part of this dominion was bound to come througsh Me. So thus n caves I wooed him before the Age of Stone. I courted him in pairs. I courted him alone. I tried to force the minds o...
PAST GLORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
bydlley strived to "keep up" Anniversary Day, but the glory of it is dying last. tirst it is an uniortunate day lor remeiu uranco by any people who own a lair am ount of natural pride. Second, counter attractions tate people away Irom tile water-adge, where Governor Phillip threatened to spank anybody who didn't do as ho was told. For.over half a cen tury it really was the people's holiday. Crowds crofusd around tne open spaces at the qnay to witness boat races and side-shows,. and for tile time being lorgot tUat their ancestors had been flogged teret or thereaUouts. e ear wuere tne Water Police Court is now. men, women. and children gathered in great numuers and "celebrated," often with a few trag ecues by ngntlall. '.they carried their own liluor. and some of it was lurious stff. Tue autuoritiea at last thought it wouua be a good tuing to have an ollicially regulated pub on the spot, so a shanty was run up; and a?tlougl it was not quite nuuned, &.i. (IalterwarosS Judge) Do...
GOOD BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
GOOD BUSINESS. Until we heard the following dandy yarn last week we had imagined the best Busher atonres had been told years ago. Up to Northam a week ago went George I'ortus. manager for M'intosh's Tivoli: lie put up at Jack Leslie's. I am having a look round, said G.P., in case 1 may have a spare company now and tehan to send along. how do they iske vaudeville up hero? There's nothing goes down like it in Sortham, said Jack Leslie. , We want ours to go up. not down, said Portus. Tell me. ne proceeded.'lhow lbng is it since a vaudeville company showed liere. I should say a couple of' months, said Jack. \What sort of business? asked Portus. TUse best possible. enthused Jack. They catablished a record for hNortham. J'ortua still oseemed dubious, and J.L. returned to the kidstakes charge. They turned money away every night. lie declared. Quite so. said Ports,a and what was the name of the company that did all tnis good business? Let me see. said Jack.' I ought to re member it, as they...
OUR FREE SELECTION THE BALLAD OF EUGENE HICKS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
OUR- FREE SELECTION THE BALIdAD OF EUGENE IIOKB The logislation recently passed in the Stato of Wioonsin. providing for the con sideration of Eugenics in the marriage laws has proved a failure. Oh, hark to the ballad of Eugene Hicks. who was hailed as the Perfect ilan; His body was "1913 model." and framed on the latest plan. His head was the head of a Viking chief: a-mighty physique he had, Like the gorgeous dream of the man who designs a cheat-developer ad. hew the medicine men first looked at Hickse then looked at each other, and said. "'Twero meet for thle good of the human race that Eugene Hicks should wed: So let us go out and search the globe: nor stop to rest till we fix On the woman whom Nature and science decree as the future Mrs, KIicks." They hunted high, and they hunted low: their chase was a giddy whirl, As they tore hot-foot in tifeir long pur suit on the trail of tile Only Gir they booked front stalls at thie panto mime, and they sent patrols to the shore. Where the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
EDUOATIONAL. PENLEIGH GIRLS' SCHOOL Formerly A.V. GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL Poe. 8 and 47 CHAUCER ST.. MOONEE PONDS. Efficient Staff of Trained. Teachers. Large and well-ventilated .'Schoolrooms. Excellent Kindergarten. DrawiSng and Painting: Miss TRICKEE?'. lirst-class Cer- titloate, South Kensinugten;Prize-taker Ne tional Gallery: First-class Certificate, Edu cation Department. Music, Miss:Jells. A.L.C.I"I.'fr: JAGER, M.SV.. Ieristered Secondary. Teachlers of Music. Singing. Miss E. IRVINE. Physi cal Culture, Messrs. Bjilke-Petsrsen Brose Principals: Miss SPRIIG. First-class Trained Teacher, Education Department and Melbourle University- MISS LIMEROCK, M.A. Mins Sprlgg at home the last Thursday in each mCnth. First Term begins Thursday. 5th February. ST. COLUMBA'S COLLEGE ESSENDON. (Day School), CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. Pupils prepared for all University Ex aminations. Fall particulars onil application to the Superior, Convent. Essendon. - Prospectuses may be bad on applicati...
THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
THUMBS UP -4- From "Sydney Sunday Sun." Weary San: T had a job that suited me ofice.. SSleepy Tom: Impossible.. IWhat was that? -Weary Saim: Linesman for a wireless company. : -James 'Vno.sla, Jun. "Northfield,i East Mnitland, N;S.Y. .A Cilrristian Seientlit found a smallboy sitting under an arpple tree:doubled up -I tla some -green apples, moaned tie boy, and. oh, how do I ache! . Yoa don't ache, arnsered'tihrC.S. Yoa only think so. Tat's ail right, aid tlie boy; yor may tliianf so, but I've got Inside informa tion. Fredericb Scharer. e.o.- Meagher and rme agarn;tHiky! yl'horer Is nothinr Ileft for me bat to send yon to gaol. . call see it in your face. - - Hickey: Shur yortur honor, maybe it 'is only a personal reflction. - iss Mary Brownr. Elphin Cottage, lfar nart street, West.Maitland. - Olht Lady: Well, my poor man. here's a shilling for you. Tratmp: A ehillin'l Lor bless yer lydy. if there ever was a fallen angel yon'roe'it! Les Dwyer, 20 Park, road, Moore Park. At an electio...
The Essendon Gazette Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, 12th FEBRUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Published Every Thursddy Morning. THURSDAY. 12th FEBRUARY, 1914. MANY years ago,: when: Bishop Moorhouse presided over the Angli can See of Melbourne, a- brief con troversy .took place between him and the late Marcus Clarke, author of 'iFor the Term of His- Natural Life " and other stories and literary sketches, in the columns of a publi cation known as the. " Melbotirne Review" Clarke "commenced it,' as the juveriiles say, by asserting in an article that appeared in the above ;periodical that religionr-by which term'he no doubt meant that founded on dogma as distinguished from what is called " natural reli gion "-was'a source of embarass ment to men, such as statesmen and scientists, who had to a great extent the moulding of the destinies of communities and countries in their hands, and rendered theirlabors in this direction much more difficult and complicated than they other wise would be, concluding by observ ing that moreover the doctrines of Christianity were rarely believed in...