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CHURCH NEWS ST. THOMAS' CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
CHURCH NEWS -4-+-- ST. THOMAS' CHURCH ... The annual meetlng'of the parishionlers of St. Thomas Cllurch, £'ssenidon, was ietc In tlle schoolroom, on Montiuy evening, alni kebrusr. The vicar tlerv. Canon-Hancooli, In tile chlair. Minutes of tliet lrr lous ala nouai meeting were read Mard condlrmed. T'il annual report and balanice sheet were taken as read, and rtceived. on the Imlotleo of Messrs.' Hollow :ald Woods. Treasurer's: report was taken as rend, and receivet or: tile mollon of M1esrs. Collior aIld.-ool-a. 'I'le election o0 otlice-hearern-for year 1914 resulted as follows:- Churchiwardens: WV. S. Kiimpton. by thie vicar; W. H. liarrard nod t. O. L. Marri Son. oy thle parlsllioners. \entry: Messrs. T. J. Stones, J. Moleoy and '. S. Hollow, by the vicar: Mesrs. C. C. Buznard. F. H. Htonan. C. Peterson, II. V. Tilbury. J. W. Austin. J. H. ilall, J. Woods. eresham Robioson and t;. F. Davis, by parishloners. Paroclial nominlators: Messrs. It. E. Ieoh. lick. J. Molhoy and F. D. I.om...
Voice Culture and Pianoforte Tuition. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Voice Culture; and Pianoforte Tuition. Mr. William Davies; a successful teacher of - voice culture, singing; and pianoforte, of "Maryville," Lyon Street, Essendon; adven. uses that his services are available to those ivho desire to excel in the abve"accdOnplish meats: ,,.A strong eolution of borami poured dow? n oinks and drains will - banish -offensive smolla. To stop hiccup; glve the patient a ten spooifil of:granulated sugar and vinegar.. If this' does notaffordl instant rellef re peat. tlhe dose. - In eases of illness, when ice is not pro- : curable for tooling the ilead of at feverish patient., cut a strip of cucnmber peeled. rather thick, and lay the inner part on thie forehead. It has a delicionusly cool. ing effect. To keep the white of an egg from leav ug thle yolk and scattering abolt in the 'water. tatke i, spoon and stir the water rapidly round for a few seconds, then drop tile egg gently it the "hole" in the cen tre of tihe whirlpool formed by the rapid circular tmotion...
Hair Specialist, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Hair Spe?iais? Etc. Mliss Athalie Fowler, 25 Gladstone street, Moonee Ponds advertises as a hair specialist. Customers may have electric brushing, sing-,. ing, trimming, head and face massage, etc. Children's hair will also be treated;..' Tel phone, Ascot 6t. .
Aberfeldie High School. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Aberfeldie ilgh'School. A public meeting of ratepayers of Essen. don is called by the Mayor, to be held in the Puckle Street Hall, on Tuesday next,l7th February, at 8 p.m., to consider and finalise the proposals concerning the conversion of. the Aherfeldie IHigh School into a Higher Elementary School. The Director of Educa. lion, M?r. F. Tate, M.A., I.S.O., will attend and address the meeting. Parents of present pupils are especially invited, also members of the district school committee, as well as all ratepayers interested in the proposal. wýA.-wr
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
WANTED. WANTEDI), P'lain Sjwing and Chil dren's Cltlhe. Renovating. ".Mother," "Gazette" Office. SITUATIONS WANTED. \\ANTED (dail 10.30 till 6) care chihldrn. teach or comlpanion, intelli gent correspondent and readelr ".1vo ,,tis." "Gazette" Office. WANTED. Jobbing Gardening, day or contract, life exncrience. John Potts. 57 Hoddlo street. Essondon. SALES. Lad.- good-all-round Saleswomar IDrapery. Crockery, Fancy (Goods, wanllts em-n plownenot afternoons 12 to 6. Friday night and-Satnrdayn. "'Sales." F._sllndOll an:zette. YOUNG Woman cwants day work.. wahling, cleaning, etc. Address---17 c-i, Post Office, Moonee Ponds. BOARD. AND RESIDENCE. WIDOW h -is vacancy, two moe ; gooad olome, .piano?, near train, train. 13' North Street, Ascot Vale. LADY requires furnished room, Es sendon. or Mooneo Ponds. AplyI A. J. C.; Clark's Agency, Mooni.Poltds. SUPERIOR Board and Besidence, "Kenl vwyn," 5 Ardmillan road.' Really good table. -. MISS.' HENDERSON. THE STRAND, 54 Puekle at.; offers Superi...
OCEAN-GOING SUBMARINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
OCEAN-OOLNG SUB~IABINES. If the development of the nsubmarine in the early yealrs of its existence seemed to be rather slow, no such charge can be made against this interesting craft at the present time. 1 ithin a. single decade it has developed, from an ingenious curio sity into a potent engine of war, the limit to whose future development no. intelli gent student of naval affairs would care, Just now. definitely to determine. De rided and belittled in the early days of .tle struggle for recognition, the submar inl at last hias come into its own; The princilpal objections against this type dur ing the early years.of experimental work were its lack of speed. its. limited steam ing power, and its restricted radius of ac tinn. So great were thlese limitationsthat it was considered to be useful merely as an adjulnct to the more formidable blar hour defences in the way of long range euno; mortars, and submarine mines. That the charge was well founded is prov ed if we call to mind thieli...
SCHOOL MATTERS SUCCESSFUL STATE SCHOOL PUPILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
SCHOOL MATTERS SUCCESSFUL STATE SCHOOL PUPILS.` 'The result of the annual competitive ex :allimation held on December 16th, 1913. for seholarships granted by thle Edocation De partmnllt having been made available. it is pleasing to note tile names of three Es e udon State School VIII Grade scholars teacher. Mr. D. Williams--amongst thlle su: csf?ul candidates. Herbert E. Conroll 0won an ordtinarY scholarslliJp, while Oliver B. Joekin, and lienncthll B. Adam eachl won a scholarshil ill agriculture. mliling- or veterinary science. The winning' of these clholar 1hips entitles each of tile three boys to a free course of four years at eitller a State district Ihighl sclhool, or :a approved regis tered secondary school. They also may. alf1t Ilassilng succesofully throughl thle pres cribed eourse of study for three years at an alpproved school, "be permittled to com pete for exhibitions tenable at the Mel Ilournle Univeraity. The valune of thse ehllolarshls may bhe gainell from the fol low...
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES SJohn Protor, of N'orfdlk street. Moonee P'onds. gentleman. who died on October 24, left under a will dated October 10 real estate valued at £2877.' and personal pro perty valued at £1638 to his widow and children; . Tile Essendon branch of the W.C.T.U. will resume their meeting after the recess at 2.3- 1.1i.. to-day, at the South Essendon Mletlodlist schoolroom. 'The Essendon l[ortieultural Society will hlod their monthly lecture and display of llowers at the Puckle street hall, on 7ucs day. 17thI inst., at 8 p.m. IThe combined annual picnic of the Ee reldol and Flemington branches of the A.,.A. will take the form of a motor hoat trip to tile' Hawthorn tea gardens. The ate fixed is Saturday, Ith february. Mr. J. . IIenderon is lion. sec. of the picnic comnittee., . The speaker at the Pleasant Sunday allernoon at the Masonio M?all next Sunday' sill be Mr. Frank Tudor. C.H.E.. and the soloint Sira. Jealousl. , uo notice will be taken inetliis column of any communicat...
CORRESPONDENCE DISFIGURATION OF NEW TOWN HALL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
CORRESPONDENCE 4 UlSFItGUPIL.TOX OF NEW 'TOWN lli..L. ILo the Editor.' Sir,--Tbe painlful fact obtrudes itself on nine-tenths of our ciutizens that tile new town llli is to be lunique amongst city bails by reason ot the tact that it Is to be coveredt witth ot iron roof. which looas a mass of incongruity, situate us it is be tween the old lstated hull and tihe ?lated it. 'fllonmas' churc. It only anlts tile new nltuneipal olhces to be sltilarly roofed to make tilts uity 0 laughintg stock amongst otller municipalities, who hinie in their town hails onoe idea of the fitliess ol tbings. 'lne question is: How ihas his ill-otarred narsimony boen brought about? 1s tile cost ol slatin i o muchI greater. toat thie wIllie -hip shlould be spolled for a iha'pnorth t;r. I feel sure tlis false ecnOllttuly ltI:I Ilot Itent sanctioned nti tile council. In proof thereol one has onily to quote tile Staltlditg phrase oel nearly eer3y mluyor on lnmportantt civine oaslons, when lauditg our city as tile ...
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES LOYAL ALBERT LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F., MOONEE PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES LOYAL ALBERT LODGE, M.U.LO.OF., MOONEE PONDS. An enjoyable smoke nighlt was spent by members of toe above lodge and a number of visitors at the Albert 1all on Wednes day evening. 2ath January. The occasion was availed ot to make uresentatlons to Past Grands Bros. E. Urennesi and A. T. lenliall. The chair was occupied by Bro. F.elan, who was supported by the Deputy Grand Master of the Order in Victoria. Bro. Pomeroy; Secretary Webster and Di rector Baker. representing the Grand Lodge and Board of Directors; District t.MIL Condron; Secretary Broatch: Past D.G.M.'s Campbell. Scarden and Busily, of tile Port Phillip District; and District ;.3M. IRoger.s, of the Yarra Yarra District. Tile proceedings opened with an overture by .5Mr. Morrison, followed by the toast of tile King and the Manchester Unity. The toast of the Grand Master aid Beard of Direc tors wos proposed by P.G. Hood .and re sponded to by D.U.M. Pomeroy. C. S. teb. soer and Director Baker. lkle Deputy G.M...
Registration for Military Training. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
' 'Regiatration for Militavy Training. The.attentioin of parents who have buys lia'tbl' for military training is rawn .to .the advertisement appearing an page 3 of this issue. In spito of the fact that. the notice published, quoting the seetbit'of the Defence Act clearly states tli correct time for a boy to be registered for training, there are many parents who are under the impression that a boy is not required to be regis tered until he actuall reaches'his four teenth birthday. This is not so. It is immaterial in what month of the year the birthday falls, the boy is re quired to be registered in January or February of the year in which he reaches the age of 14. As an extreme example, if aby's fourteenth birthday occurs on the 31st December, 191.1 he is required to be registered during Jau unry or February in 1914. He then commences his training in July, 1914" :nud his period of training ceases i, the month of June of the year in which lie reaches the age of 26, which is six months...
Essendon's New Town Hall. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Essendon's New Town Hail. Co(miplaint has been made as to. the fact that the new town.lhall is to be roofed with iron, and that this will not match the slated roof of the old town hall. This was referred to at the meet ing of the council's committee on Mion day" evreting. The surveyor sulbtnitted a detailed statement, slhowing thlle dif ference inl cost, as between ian irol andll a slate roof. This showed that had lJate been lchsen, the cost would have involved vin extra sum of over £700. Seeing that the plan had to i te, cut 1iown in cost as it is, it is obvious that if £700 extra went un on the roof. there would have been 0700 less to speond inl offices and acconunodation he low. Of course the appearance of slate is better alongside slate. "but, when the Devil drives, etc. The discusnsin on this matter is reported elsewhere. its the council proceedings, where the ex act costage is also given.
Secretary Praised. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
ec:rectary I'raised. MIembers of the Council of tie Ro val Agricultural Society of Victorial 1i tored out to thie .show grounds at Flemington, on Tuesday lornimul at tile invit:tion of Mr. Hleorv Schwie er, the secretary of the societ, hose residence las hitely been erected on thle grounds ullder tlhe supervision of Mr. S. Icik, the societr's arehitect. All inspection of tile hIouse, and grounds wams n;deg. At tile lun lcheoll which followedc, )?r. A. McCracken tile pre .ident, maide a short speech, eulogising the work of the secretary anlld lrs. Sellwiegvo r. Hlie .dI the members ,of thile society generally were convinced that tihe fact of tl;e secretary's res.i dence being on tile gronods would hLve a good effect, hy enabling him to keen in continuous 'and close touch witll the concerns of the society. 0 -0,^
A FINGER-PRINT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
A FINGEIR-PRINT STORY. 'rcAking before the Juatioes' Associatlon i.l the Royal Society's Ilonue Inspector ( ilids related a remarkable story respect iog finger-prints. "A man. intending to It oalk into a house," be said. "climbed o\tr the gate, and standing with his toes oil a steel bar inside, slipped and fell. Il- was wearing a ring on the left little fillger. The gate was pIrotected by sharp ill, spikes. and in clutching at thle top to break his fall one of the spikes got under the ring. ie was unable to release hie finger, and tile weight of the body tors his finger off, leaving it with the rinll impaled on the spike. He then got back eoer the gate and decampod. A pollce constable, in going his rounds to try the locks, was startled to see the finger and tle ring on the gate. He took them away. and at Scotland Yard. where a print of tihe finger was taken. a search through tile records established the identity of the man, who was sehortly afterwards arreet e:l. He had is ingeriied...